Here are all of Seth's stolen Install Art moves in Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition

Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • February 15, 2020 at 5:49 a.m. PST | Comments: 32

Update: We've added the full list of Seth's Install Arts for V-Skill 1.

We're just a few days away from getting our hands on Seth in Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition, and though we've seen the character showcased a handful of times now, we still don't know every move they're capable of.

A big part of that is due to the fact that in addition to all of their standard attacks, Seth can steal a move from each and every one of the game's 40 roster members to use against them. This is done via V-Skill 1, Tanden Engine, and we've seen it performed on more the half the cast at this point.

Thanks to the five Tanden showcases as well as the Seth reveal trailer, we have footage of 25 stolen Seth moves. This includes the massive punch technique that Seth gets in the mirror match, which was highlighted both in the Capcom Cup CE trailer as well as Cacpom's character breakdown stream.

If the user has selected V-Skill 1 then the Street Fighter 4 boss can activate the vacuum attack that brings foes in close and unless they are blocking allows Seth to grab them, plant a fist in their stomach, and suck the information right out of them.

With the tech downloaded into Seth's brain, they are then able to perform their opponent's attack once before resetting the process. This will be particularly interesting as it means different potential in every single match up.

Perhaps some stolen moves will help in the neutral game while others will serve mainly as combo extenders. Competitors who are especially fond of technical play may gravitate to this character and V-Skill as it will require a lot of memorization, but also potentially offer some pretty hefty rewards.

We've listed out all 40 characters and the 25 revealed Tanden Engine attacks below. We've included both the names of the attacks as well as the more commonplace terms for them so as to be informative as possible. We'd love to hear your thoughts on some of the ones that have yet to be shown in the comments.

You can see a lot of them in action thanks to Capcom's five showcases right here:

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Tanden Engine Moves

Abigail - Abigail Punch (Machine gun punches)

Akuma - Sekia Goshoha

Alex - Air Stampede (Stomp)

Balrog - Turn Around Punch

Birdie - Bull Head (Tackle)

Blanka - Blanka Ball

Cammy - Spiral Arrow

Chun-Li - Hyakuretsukyaku (Lightning Legs)

Cody - Zonk Knuckle

Dhalsim - Yoga Flame

E.Honda - Sumo Headbutt

Ed - Psycho Upper

F.A.N.G - Ryobenda (Poison ground trap)

Falke - Psycho Kugel (Standing staff projectile)

G - G Spin Kick

Gill - Moonsault Knee Drop

Guile - Sonic Boom

Ibuki - Kasumigake

Juri - Ryodansatsu (Forward flip kick)

Kage - Ryusokyaku (Axe kick)

Karin - Tenko (Launcher), Orochi

Ken - Shoryuken

Kolin - Vanity Step into Silver Edge (Rush punch)

Laura - Thunder Clap

Lucia - Fire Spinner

M. Bison - Double Knee Press (Scissor kick)

Menat - Soul Sphere (Orb toss and recall)

Nash - Sonic Scythe

Necalli - The Disc's Guidance (Slash)

Poison - Love Me Tender (Forward flip kick)

R. Mika - Shooting Peach

Rashid - Eagle Spike

Ryu - Hadouken

Sakura - Shunpukyaku (Tatsu)

Sagat - Tiger Knee Crush

Seth - Brutal Impact (Big Ol' Punch)

Urien - Chariot Tackle

Vega - Crimson Terror (Roll)

Zangief - Screw Pile Driver

Zeku - Bushin Gram, Hozanto

The full frame data for each stolen art can be found on Capcom's CRI website.

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