This “What if Person became Friends” meme originally belongs to MagicalKeyPizzaDan and is dedicated to everybody who entertains the thought of Ayame and Alex being the fiercest pair of sisters from other misters ever. There is also a bit of Inuyasha x Ayame or InuAya and Raymond x Alex or Raylex sprinkled in here, considering that I am the biggest partisan of these two OTPs for life. Sit back, relax, and soak in Ayame’s and Alex’s fierce sisterhood abundant in accurate timing, rapid physical attacks, scintillating strikes, and synergetic camaraderie.
What happens when you combine one mightily determined she-wolf Yokai Kyuk Too Ki prizefighter with one enthusiastically bubbly yet amazingly athletic WOOHP agent? You get a friendship that is rich in unconditional sisterly love, mountainous encouragement of each other’s skills, unbreakable confidence, and masses upon masses of perseverance even when situations are dire. Ayame’s electrifying formidability in her punches, kicks, strikes, and acrobatic flexibility as a Kyuk Too Ki fighter is a beautiful complement to Alex’s amazing flexibility accompanied by her gorgeously lithe physique in her somersaults, axe kicks, roundhouse kicks, spinning back fists, leg wheels, and backflips, given the latter’s expertise in Jeet Kune Do, Taekwondo, Hapkido, and Baguazhang among various martial arts she has trained in. No doubt will Ayame and Alex encourage each other to reach greater heights as martial artists and as women with a whole lot to give to the world as well as constantly see the best in each other. Their physical fearlessness in martial arts is only accompanied by how wonderfully firm their epic sisterhood is.
Ayame and Alex are born one year and ten months apart, given that Ayame was born on April 8, 1985, and Alex was born on February 19, 1987, if we are to compute their ages by twenty-first-century standards of when their shows first aired on television. Despite being born nearly two years apart, there are occasions where Ayame does act fiercely maternal toward Alex, and not just like the big sister figure that she usually is toward her younger sister figure. This is because of how differently they grew up. Ayame was born and raised in the Northern Wolf Yokai Warrior Tribe, started to gain an interest in hand-to-hand combat at 5, married Inuyasha when she was 9, was a mother to fourteen children from 10 to 16 and gained experience in Kyuk Too Ki, Dutch Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Western Boxing, Japanese Kickboxing, Hapkido, and Taekwondo. While Alex is an all-American WOOHP agent/adrenaline aficionado who is also married to Raymond a bodybuilder and gym instructor. Therefore, Ayame’s fierceness and Alex’s excitability make them akin to Nina and Anna Williams from Tekken but only more civil and loving.
Ayame’s and Alex’s sisterhood first blossomed one snowy December 2004 in the Austrian Alps, where one of The Splendid Seven’s most epically legendary martial arts tournaments occurred. 23-year-old Sesshoumaru, 22-year-old Shuran 22-year-old Inuyasha 21-year-old Hakkaku, 21-year-old Ginta, 19-year-old Ayame, and 18-year-old Shunran were up against 45-year-old Ulrich Wernerstein and his four hulking bodybuilder goons. 17-year-old Alex and her best friends 17-year-olds Sam, Clover, and Britney were situated at the very front seat to see Ayame unleash a series of Superman punches, hammer fists, uppercuts, jabs, cross punches, overhand punches, haymaker punches, roundhouse kicks, axe kicks, shin kicks, elbow strikes, knee strikes, elbow slashes, and knee bombs at Ulrich and his goons. Alex was especially enthralled with Ayame when she unleashed those bone-shattering strikes against the bodybuilder goons and Ulrich himself. When The Splendid Seven emerged victorious, Alex came up to Ayame, heartily congratulated her, and shook her hand so excitedly, for she wanted to learn the moves she made.
Ayame and Alex may be compared to Nina Williams and Anna Williams due to Nina being the sterner older sister to Anna’s feisty younger sister, but they are also comparable to Hokuto and Nanase from the Street Fighter franchise. This is due to their close sisterly ties, their vastly different backgrounds, fighting styles, and combat experience. Ayame is a driven, ambitious, and confident prizefighter always focusing on gold-medal standards of combat trained by the wolf Yokai warriors, Korean combatants, Thai fighters, and Western boxers plus kickboxers in Kyuk Too Ki, Muay Thai, Dutch Kickboxing, American Boxing, Japanese Kickboxing, Taekwondo, and Hapkido who never backs down against more formidable opponents. Alex is an excitable, enthusiastic, and bubbly WOOHP agent, fitness model, and fitness aficionado who has experience in American Kenpo Karate, Taekwondo, Shotokan Karate, Hapkido, Baguazhang, Jeet Kune Do, soccer, and tennis and is passionate about what she does. Ayame’s super lengthy experience as a combatant complements Alex’s physical prowess as a spy well in terms of their sisterhood.
There is no doubt that Ayame and Alex enjoy sports fashion, swimming, diving, and full-contact sports, but their main passion is in full-contact martial arts where every punch, kick, and strike can create a high impact on any body part. Whether they spar in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Dutch Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Japanese Kickboxing, or American Kickboxing, both these ladies are always prepared to give each other all the hard-hitting blows at their disposal. Ayame always makes sure that Alex is aware of every punch, kick, knee strike, and elbow strike by making her dodge all of her attacks before making her deliver some hard-hitting blows to her too as well as allowing herself to go full-contact on Alex. Alex would also make sure that Ayame’s body is legitimately tough to withstand any blow by also delivering a series of brutal punches, high-flying kicks, hard knee strikes, and paralyzing elbow strikes. When Ayame gives Alex an overhand punch, Alex would retaliate with a knee strike to Ayame’s abdomen. If they are not sparring, Ayame and Alex also enjoy modeling for fitness magazines and playing beach volleyball.
The unconditional love and devotion that both Ayame and Alex show to their respective husbands Inuyasha and Raymond are absolutely unparalleled. Alex would find it astounding, let alone astonishing, that Ayame always wanted to be with Inuyasha ever since she was a toddler, thanks to how he saved her from the Birds of Paradise and how he grew up to be the strong warrior husband that he promised her to be. She would also find it astonishing that Ayame ended up married to Inuyasha when she was 9 and he was 12 and became a mother at such a very young age with seven sons and seven daughters, thus affirming how fortunate Ayame is to have Inuyasha as her husband. Ayame would also remind Alex that she is lucky to have a man as earnest, kind, gentle, and sweet as Raymond to be her husband because she can see a hugely golden heart underneath his bulgingly sculpted muscles. While they may be aroused by Inuyasha’s and Raymond’s bulging muscles, both Ayame and Alex champion their husbands and are just as protective as they are of their families. Therefore, they are unquestionably loyal wives.
Ayame’s and Alex’s sisterhood truly is rich with camaraderie, earnestness, trust, and the strong will to learn from each other as well as challenge each other to reach greater heights. Ayame’s furious fists, fleet feet, and dedicated determination all drive Alex to better herself as a martial artist, a fitness aficionado, and an all-around person. Alex’s physical flexibility as a WOOHP agent, undeniable bubbliness for good health and fitness, and sheer enthusiasm for full-contact sports bring Ayame joy that she has found a kindred spirit in her and would love to partake in every physical activity they do together. Ayame’s role as Alex’s fiercely determined older sister figure gives her the push necessary to better herself in all her endeavors and never settle for anything less than excellent. Their epic sisterhood is crystalized in genuineness, courage, hope, sisterly love, honesty, and transparency toward each other’s thoughts and feelings. Also solidifying their strong sisterhood is the unconditional love that they have for their respective husbands, Raymond and Inuyasha, for they can prove themselves to be strong wives and mothers.
I hope you all enjoyed this, and I will see you in the next installment revolving around Ayame’s and Alex’s crossover sisterhood. Take care, stay safe, and always show solidarity with your sister from another mister, everybody.
Ayame from Inuyasha belongs to Rumiko Takahashi and Sunrise.
Alexandra “Alex” Casoy from Totally Spies belongs to Vincent Chalvon-Demersay, David Michel, and Marathon Media.