| Yuki Yoshida
| Character Information
Yuki is a tall, slim humanoid white cloud woman with long "hair." In her only iteration to date, she wears a black business suit, along with black high heels, yellow earrings, purple eyeshadow, and red lipstick. In her fight with Nicole, her hair was braided and she wore a red skin-tight body suit.
In her youth, Yuki had a curly hair with a bow attached to it. She also wore a white gi with black belt, black pants and a black headband.
Yuki, like Nicole, is a master martial artist. During the anime fight scene in "The Fury," she can produce energy blasts and jump great distances.
In her childhood, Yuki was quite a friendly person, and was a friend of Nicole, with whom she shared a close relationship with. The two studied martial arts together and they became prodigies and entered tournaments. However, she was forced to fight Nicole in a final match. The two fought and Yuki lost. This angered her greatly, which resulted in her leaving the United States to receive harsh but fruitful training in the hopes of getting even, which in turn made her fearsome and ambitious. She wanted to get revenge on Nicole by whatever means necessary, even if it meant destroying her life to do so. Despite this fierce attitude, she cares deeply for her daughter, Masami.
When Yuki returned to the United States, she challenged Nicole to duel. Surprisingly, Nicole refused to fight her. This forced Yuki to do whatever it took to make Nicole angry and accept her challenge. She went from flirting with Richard, to taunting Nicole at work, stealing her workplace, ruining the brakes of her car, and among other things just to make Nicole's life a living nightmare. Nicole finally exploded and decided to fight Yuki when she threatened to take away her job and her house. Nicole and Yuki met at the school gym, and engaged in an anime-style brawl. During the fight, Yuki's actions caused the roof to collapse on their children, trapping them underneath. The two then decided to put their differences aside, and save their children. Afterwards, Yuki softens up and apologizes to Nicole. The two reconcile and re-establish their friendship.
- "The Fury" (debut)