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|score = ''[[Super Bomberman]]'': 1600<br />''[[Super Bomberman 5|Super 5]]'': 400
 
|score = ''[[Super Bomberman]]'': 1600<br />''[[Super Bomberman 5|Super 5]]'': 400
 
|stage = ''[[Super Bomberman]]'': 1-6, 1-7, 4-1, 4-4<br />''[[Super Bomberman 5|Super 5]]'': 1-04
 
|stage = ''[[Super Bomberman]]'': 1-6, 1-7, 4-1, 4-4<br />''[[Super Bomberman 5|Super 5]]'': 1-04
|appearances = ''[[Super Bomberman]]'', ''[[Super Bomberman 5]]''
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|appearances = ''[[Super Bomberman]]''<br />''[[Super Bomberman 5]]''
 
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|sprite = [[image:Senshiyansprite.png]]}}'''Senshiyan''' is an enemy that originated in [[Super Bomberman]].
 
|sprite = [[image:Senshiyansprite.png]]}}'''Senshiyan''' is an enemy that originated in [[Super Bomberman]].
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==References==
 
==References==
#''Super Bomberman'' Hudson Soft Guidebook, pg. 22, 26
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Revision as of 14:56, August 18, 2012

Senshiyan is an enemy that originated in Super Bomberman.

Senshiyan moves about slowly at a speed of 2, only changing direction after colliding with bombs, enemies, or walls. After a period of one to four seconds, it performs it's signature attack, pausing to unleash a stream of fire in one of the 4 cardinal directions. This attack has a range of 4 tile spaces.

Senshiyan will damage players on contact and requires 3 hits to destroy.

Trivia

  • The name "Senshiyan" comes from the Japanese words "senshi", meaning "soldier", and "yan", a familiar suffix for names.

References

  1. Super Bomberman Hudson Official Guidebook, pg. 22, 26
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