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Terry Bogard Hanken
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Added 12/4/2006
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Terry is a video game character created by SNK, and is the main character of the Fatal Fury series. Without a doubt, Terry is SNK's most recognizable and enduring character, often used as a mascot. He has appeared in every single Fatal Fury game, every single King of Fighters game, and is one of the characters of choice to symbolize the company in crossover games, merchandise and publicity. He appears to fit many Japanese stereotypes for an American character, both in appearance and personality.

Terry hails from the fictitious town of Southtown, U.S.A. (a setting for many SNK games), and is the adoptive son of Jeff Bogard. It is never confirmed if he and his adoptive brother, Andy Bogard, are actually blood brothers.

During his childhood, he witnessed the death of his father at the hands of Geese Howard. On the advice of his father's mentor Tung Fu Rue, Terry chose to pursue his revenge at a later time. But unlike his brother Andy, who left Southtown to train in Japan, Terry chose to stay in his hometown, combining the skills learned from his father with abilities gained from the streets.

Terry is often referred to as the Legendary Hungry Wolf (from Garou Densetsu, meaning Legend of the Hungry Wolf). He has a pet monkey named Ukee (the previous mascot of SNK before Terry) and is said to have the unique ability of accurately guessing a woman's measurements just by glancing at her. He also has a knack for shooting three-pointers in basketball.

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