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Bare Knuckle made its official debut in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. In Devil May Cry 2, Trish has a similar, unnamed fighting style that is a match to Dante's hand-to-hand and Ifrit fighting styles.
In Devil May Cry 2, Trish can use punches and kicks during Round Trip, or after planting Sparda in the ground. Compared to Sparda, her hand to hand combat has less range and power, but the moves raise Stylish Rank more. While using her hand to hand, she has a fire enhanced uppercut and a flaming dive-kick.
In Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, it's Trish's main method of combat. All of its attacks can be charged for extra damage (although only one level high), and the moveset will change depending on whether or not Sparda has been thrown.
Note: None of Trish's hand-to-hand techniques in Devil May Cry 2 have official names.
|Bare Knuckle Combo A||,,,||Pound your enemy with lightning-charged kicks, then finish with a series of shockwaves from Sparda.|
|Maximum Overdrive||Hold on the forth part of Bare Knuckle Combo A||Unleash additional shockwaves after Bare Knuckle Combo A.|
|Bare Knuckle Combo B||, - rapidly tap||Slash your way through enemies with this combo featuring kicks and Sparda.|
|High Voltage||++||Dazzle your enemies with lightning charged rising kicks.|
|Rolling Thunder||++||Flatten enemies with rolling pinwheel kicks, followed by an electric heel stomp.|
|Rolling Thunder 2||++||A more powerful version of Rolling Thunder with a lightning finish.|
|Bare Knuckle Combo C||During Round Trip, press ,,,||Get your helicopter on with this spinning kick whirlwind combo. Charge any of the first three attacks by holding.|
|Electrical Dance||After Bare Knuckle Combo C, rapidly tap||Max out the number of additional spinning kicks you can chain in for Bare Knuckle Combo C.|
|Bare Knuckle Combo D||During Round Trip, press , - ,||Dazzle the enemy with rapid-fire kicks, then take to the skies with a flashy rising uppercut.|
|Thunder Blow||++||Get in your enemy's face and deliver a lightning charged blow. Hold to increase power.|
|Collider||++||Strike the ground with your fist to send lighting bolts through the earth. Hold to up the voltage.|
|Inazuma|| (Mid-air)||Swoop down from above with a kick that leaves lightning in your wake.|
|Inazuma 2|| (Mid-air)||This improved version of Inazuma features more lightning trails.|
|Spark||Dish out pain to those in the way of your lightning-charged jumps.|
- Interestingly, High Voltage launches Trish up in the air higher than her regular jump would do. The only other move that does that is Level 3 EX High Roller.
- "Inazuma" means "lightning" in Japanese.
- "Bare Knuckle" is the Japanese name of the series known as Streets of Rage in the West.
|Devil May Cry 4|
|Characters||Playable||Dante - Lady - Nero - Trish - Vergil|
|Non-playable||Agnus - Credo - Gloria - Kyrie - Sanctus|
|Bosses||Bael & Dagon - Berial - Containment Room - Echidna - The Savior|
|Lesser Demons||Alto Angelo - Assault - Basilisk - Bianco Angelo - Blitz - Chimera Seed & Chimera - Cutlass - Fault - Frost - Gladius - Mephisto & Faust - Scarecrow|
|Weapons||Nero||Devil Bringer - Red Queen - Yamato - Blue Rose - Summoned Swords|
|Dante||Gilgamesh - Lucifer - Rebellion - Yamato - Coyote-A - Ebony & Ivory - Pandora|
|Vergil||Beowulf - Force Edge - Yamato - Summoned Swords|
|Lady||Handguns - Kalina Ann - Shotgun|
|Trish||Bare Knuckle - Sword of Sparda - Luce & Ombra - Pandora|
|Techniques||Buster - Dark Slayer Style - Gunslinger Style - Royalguard Style - Swordmaster Style - Trickster Style|
|Locations||Dante's Office - Fortuna - Fortuna Castle - Mitis Forest|
|Music||Lock and Load - Out of Darkness - Shall Never Surrender - Sworn Through Swords|