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Garnet (known as Soozie in the American port) is an enemy in Streets of Rage 3 and Streets of Rage 4.


Overview[]

Garnet is a slender and slightly muscular woman, dressed in a punk rock fashion, with a blonde mohawk, and sporting a blue tanktop, sleeves and a short skirt.

In the North American release of Streets of Rage 3, her bare skin is covered with a shirt and pantyhose. She also fights in a different, less suggestive stance. When I get up after falling down because I'm shy, I sit on my knees, turn my head back, and then get up.

In Streets of Rage 4 her design is like her Bare Knuckle III version, with some slightly differences, such as a tan complexion, a noticeable "X" shaped scar on her cheek, and also wears various golden bangles on her arms, as well a belt-chain. Her fighting stance is similar to her her Streets of Rage 3 version, but with the hand positions inverted.

Streets of Rage 3[]

In her debut in Streets of Rage 3, she is first met in the second part of the first stage, at the night club, alongside Signals, Galsias, and Donovans.

Streets of Rage 4[]

Garnet and her variants first appear at the start of Stage 4. Unlike in Streets of Rage 3, she no longer has her combo slap, but will use her jumping kick far more often, which is harder to interrupt.

All her variants have significant more health, with Saphyr having the highest health as well super-armor upon getting up.

Movelist[]

She has a jump as an attempt to evade attacks. Her long distance attack starts with a high jump ending in a dropkick. At shorter ranges she will attempt to slap the player. Beware of her combo slaps. In random moments, you will also see her quickly mimic some dance moves.

  • Evasive Jump
  • Double Leg Kick (long distance)
  • Slap
  • Combo Slap (more than once)

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 Trivia[]

  • In the American version, her sprite was modified to be less skimpier and she was given a different stance, all due to censorship.
  • In Streets of Rage 4, Garnet and her variants are all named after gemstones.
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