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|~ Rolento as he lays beaten by Mike Haggar and his party during the events of Final Fight 2.|
Rolento F. Schugerg (in Japanese: ロレント) is an antagonist in both the Final Fight and Street Fighter series. He first appeared as a boss character in the first Final Fight game, but later evolved into a playable fighter in the Street Fighter series.
In Japanese, he is voiced by Jin Yamanoi in most appearances and Katsuhiro Harasawa in Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation. In English, he is voiced by Scott McNeil in the Street Fighter cartoon, Jon St. John in Final Fight Revenge, and Dameon Clarke in Street Fighter X Tekken and Street Fighter IV.
- 1 Biography
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Final Fight series
Rolento first appeared in Final Fight, being the boss of the fourth stage of the game. A member of the Red Berets with military training, he mainly attacks with his staff and grenades. Although his original demise (blowing himself up with grenades) seems to not be canon, what is canon is that he gained a scar in this fight, caused by a shuriken thrown by Guy.
Due to his lack of appearance in the SNES version of Final Fight, he reappeared in Final Fight 2, with his name is transliterated as Rolent. He is the boss of the fifth stage, and is generally unchanged.
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Street Fighter IV
Final Fight Revenge
Street Fighter × Mega Man
Street Fighter × Tekken
Capcom vs. SNK
Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2
Rolento has a muscular build, white eyes, a notably pronounced jaw, and a scar across his face. In Street Fighter, he wears a yellow military uniform, with a red scarf and beret, several leather belts and harnesses on his uniform, brown fingerless gloves, and leather boots, while in Final Fight, he wears a striped green uniform with a sleeveless red shirt, the same harnesses and beret, brown wristbands, and green boots. In both appearances, he has a green staff and grenades (the latter being red in Final Fight, green in Street Fighter).