I'm so sick of everyone always saying Yashiro, Chris and Shermie are dead; for goodness sake's! They just disappeared and their ending is not canon so get a brain people! Vice and Mature were confirmed to be dead RIGHT IN 96, the status of new faces team was said to be unknown; I think it's possible to understand what I'm saying.

And their ending also implies they were copies and that Orochi died and was resurrected again, all of which is false; don't stupidly piece together chosen parts of various endings while ignoring the rest! Especially if it contradicts your own because then you're just a shameless and pathetic creep trying to pose your own story as real.

Chris and Shermie have already been seen alive and well in cameos in KOF XIII; no beating that, I rest my case. —Preceding unsigned comment added by‎ (talkcontribs)

Sorry but for SNK, making a background cameo does not equal living or alive in canon. Take for instance Mature's cameo in KOF XI. XIII's canon still says she's dead. It's just how cameo's work. They're just that. A small treat for the fans. Nothing more and nothing less. Kyosei 19:38, April 25, 2011 (UTC)

Gaidel and Water? Edit

Gaidel's page states that he possess the power of water, yet this article states otherwise. Is this an error? GoDai (talk) 04:04, January 30, 2013 (UTC)

I think both articles are in error. The official profiles for the four kings mention their powers over wind, earth, thunder, and fire, but the ones for the lower heads don't say anything about darkness or death or whatever. And in the games, there's no question that the kings use elemental powers, but the lower heads just slash with their limbs, reminiscent of how a snake strikes. We don't see Gaidel fight, but it makes sense that he'd share the ability of the other lower heads.
I wouldn't be surprised if the supposed attributes of the lower heads are from the mahua. It's a separate story, though, and details from the manhua don't apply to the games any more than details from the movie do. SNareyouOK (talk) 18:48, January 30, 2013 (UTC)