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Thunder Hawk
T. Hawk
"If you pull that trigger and kill someone here... the police will getcha... for homicide."

Series

Street Fighter cartoon (1995)

Nationality

Mexican

Power Level

Unknown

Affiliation

Neutral (so far)

Bro(s) / Sista(s)

Marco Antonio Regil

First Appearance

Leet Fighters Ep. 7: Mojado Mexican

Latest Appearance

Frollo Finally Does It (The PITy Story)

Voiced by

Joaquín Cosío

Status

Alive

Thunder Hawk is a character from the Capcom fighting game series Street Fighter, and is from the cartoon adaptation, appearing in Leet Fighters as Guile and M. Bison's temporary servant.

PersonalityEdit

T. Hawk is a pacifist, preventing anyone from harming someone else. Despite this, he may fight in certain situations. He and Balrog share a rivalry with each other to see who's the better servant. He also works for someone who pays more, which is part of the business.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

T. Hawk can fly at high speeds, enough to dodge projectiles or arrange shelves. He carries a supply of burrito shells, which can be used as ropes or to catch projectiles. His cleaning and cooking abilities manage to top Balrog's.

AppearanceEdit

T. Hawk has a muscular build with long powerful arms and legs, with slight tan skin and shoulder-length black hair. On his face is a white indigenous-style battle paint. His clothing consists of a denim vest and pants, iron arm bands on his wrists, moccasin boots, and a blue headband with an eagle feather sticking out upwards.

RelationshipsEdit

Guile and M. BisonEdit

When T. Hawk arrived at Guile and Bison's apartment, he offered good room service to them by cleaning up large amounts of debris quickly and giving them a statue of Theodore Roosevelt, as well as participating with them in the game show.

BalrogEdit

Balrog and T. Hawk share a rivalry with each other to see who is the better servant in terms of cleaning or cooking, and the latter aims a potshot towards the former. 

Marco Antonio RegilEdit

After serving Guile and Bison, T. Hawk decides to leave them and work with Marco Antonio Regil because he pays more. They're even bros, as demonstrated by their Bros Pose at the end of the episode.

Characters of Leet Fighters

Major Characters
Guile | M. Bison | Dee Jay | E. Honda | Balrog | Mephiles the Dark | Ronald McDonald | Panty Anarchy | Stocking Anarchy
Minor Characters
Nicolas Cage | Marco Antonio Regil | T. Hawk | Tommy Wiseau | Konata | Kneesocks | Yakuza Gaston | Demitri Maximoff | Morrigan Aensland | Mormon Jesus
Cameos
Cameos | Frollo | Gaston | Silver the Hedgehog | Leonidas | Wilford Brimley | Irate Gamer | Pyron | Anakaris | Ib | Hitler | Fegelein | Hans Frollo | Hades | Corset | Haruhi Suzumiya | Jaime Maussan

Characters of The Frollo Show

Main Characters
Frollo | Gaston | Panty Anarchy | Stocking Anarchy
Allies
Guile | M. Bison | Tommy Wiseau | Mark | Madotsuki | Yomika | Ib | Garry | Irene | Ayumu Aikawa | Kronk | Consome Panchi | Jaime Maussan | Haruhi Suzumiya | Adal Ramones | Fegelein | Mephiles the Dark | Silver the Hedgehog | Bleemo | Demitiri Maximoff | Morrigan Aensland | Anakaris | Pyron | Leonidas | Garbage Guy | Hans Frollo | Spartacus | Mama Lufti | LeFou
The Arabian Bros
Achmed Frollo | Yusuf Gaston | Jafar | Gwonam | Monsters of CarnEvil (Umlaut)
The Führerbunker
Hitler | Günsche | Wilhelm Burgdorf | Hans Krebs | Alfred Jodl | Joseph Goebbels
Los no Frollos
Hades | The Demon Sistas | Corset | Quintus Lentulus Batiatus | Marco Antonio Regil | Stalin | Dmitri Frollo | Lemongrab | Yzma | Best Hercules | Irate Gamer
Cousins
Frollo's Family | Gaston's Family
The PITy Team (a.k.a Infected)
Jack Bauer | Billy Mays | Chris-R | Shaquille O'Neal | The Dude | Walter Sobchak | T. Hawk | Aya Drevis | Mako Mankanshoku | Reggie Fils-Aime | Professor Girafales
Unaffiliated Characters
Wilford Brimley (Wilford clones, Wilford parasite) | Ronald McDonald | Mormon Jesus
Other
Zombies | Hell Guards | Cameos | Character Sign-Offs