Kazuya Mishima - Wikipedia
Jinpachi Jinpachi Mishima is a central character in the Tekken series and serves In his Tekken 5 ending, realising that no one could stop him, he shed tears as. Jinpachi Mishima (三島 仁八 Mishima Jinpachi) is a fictional character in the Tekken series and the main antagonist of Tekken 5. He is the father Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Jinpachi Mishima Arcade Ending. Ending Character Relationships. Kazuya Mishima is one of the major characters in the Tekken series along with his father, brother, step-brother and son. Character Relationships Kazuya, now 28, is the host of the second tournament and the end-game boss, upon Kazuya enters Tekken 5, investigating the mysterious sponsor of the tournament.
Undefeated, he reaches the final round and battles Heihachi. Kazuya then announces a second King of Iron Fist Tournament. He is the game's final boss, and his alter-ego Devil is a hidden boss. The Devil is said to appear as overpowered version of Kazuya who became one with him before the events of the first Tekken game.
Kazuya was revived by G Corporation a genetics-company rival of the Mishima Zaibatsuand allows the company to perform experiments on him to learn the nature of his Devil Gene. Kazuya, influenced by Devil, knocks Heihachi out of the room with his psychic power and taunts Jin to wake him up. Jin defeats Kazuya and Heihachi in battle, but spares their lives. Kazuya jumps out of Hon-Maru, letting Heihachi die.
The world sees G Corporation as its only savior, although Kazuya intends to kill Jin and dominate the world himself. He uses the company's influence to stop Jin from world domination. They fight, and Kazuya is forced to leave. In the story, Kazuya sends an army of Jack-6 robots to the Mishima dojo to eliminate Heihachi, who was confronted by the warrior Akuma moments before.
He broadcasts the images worldwide, exposing Kazuya's nature to undermine public trust in G Corporation as the Zaibatsu's opponents in the war. In the final battle at the mouth of a volcano, Kazuya the final boss of the story mode transforms into his devil form, kills Heihachi, and throws him into a lava pit. Akuma resurfaces, having survived the previous blast. Kazuya transforms into his final devil form and they battle once more, with the outcome unknown.
Kazuya also appears in Tekken Revolution. Assault Horizon and it appears as in Taiko: Drum Master V Version. He wants to seize Pandora's Box to control the devil gene, and hires Nina Williams to assist him. As in the Tekken game series, he is thrown off a cliff at a young age by Heihachi and saved by a deal with the devil. Kazuya becomes bent on revenge against Heihachi and enters the King of Iron Fist Tournament to confront him.
Jun Kazama repeatedly implores him not to kill his father; after Kazuya defeats Heihachi, Jun destroys the devil's influence and restores his kind, compassionate self. He spares Heihachi's life and fathers Jin with Jun, but is not seen after the tournament's conclusion.
Kazuya is Heihachi's right-hand man at Tekken Corporation, hoping to take over his father's company. Impatient with Heihachi's compassion for Jin, he overthrows him and orders his execution although Heihachi persuades the soldier to spare him. Despite being a Heel and not exactly the nicest person aroundArmor King II at least tolerates other people as he also went out of his way to free the G Corporation's experimental Human Resources.
He is this to Armor King I.
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Put on a Bus: Attempting to exact vengeance directly on Marduk turns out to be a bad idea for Armor King II, as the fight hospitalizes both of them, taking them out from the initial Tekken 7 roster. King II got past his desire for blood once he saw Marduk's family while Craig was recuperating following their fight at the fourth tournament. Armor King II, however, does not take things so lightly and is out to make Marduk pay. Both King and Marduk have tried reasoning with him but he has yet to let it go and his last fight with Marduk ended up putting both of them in the hospital.
Despite the rocky relationship, King and Armor King share a positive relationship in Tag Tournament 2 i. In one of their win poses, Armor King even raises King's arm in victory, similar to how normal tag teams would.
He's very tall and intidimating and black Spikes of Villainy: He is willing to rip Marduk a new one. Taking Up the Mantle: After his brother is killed at the hands of Marduk, he takes up the mask and becomes the new Armor King from 5 onwwards. Tall, Dark, and Handsome: Like his brother before him. Like the other Kings, he only speaks through growls. He's an even bigger example, since he's a man of fewer words than the other Kings.
Which kind of makes his title an artifact. In Tekken 7 you can kit out Armor King with an outfit that makes him look like the movie version of Black Pantherjust with a cape. You Killed My Father: And he's not going to just let him off easily.
Emilie "Lili" de Rochefort Lili in Tekken 7: You surely don't believe Has a butler named Sebastian no, not that Sebastianand while she has the makings of a Spoiled Bratshe's not quite and instead is a graceful Ojou.
At one point, she was kidnapped by the mafia who tried to get some ransom from her Unfortunately for Lili, her father abhors violence, and she still respects him, but at the same time, she just can't let go of her battle lust. Make excuses for traveling, then participate in street fights. Until at one point in a street fight, she managed to snatch an invitation to the 5th King of Iron Fist Tournament from an opponent she defeated suspiciously looking like Forrest Law.
Learning that it's from her father's rival company, the Mishima Zaibatsu, Lili entered to help her father take down the Zaibatsu so there would be no more rivals. That doesn't work so well, after Asuka Kazama whooped her hard, and her father found out about her 'hidden activities', resulting in her getting grounded.
In the eve of the 6th tournament, however, the Rochefort company is in danger of bankruptcy, and for Lili, the only way to save it is to But, then again, that gives her a chance to take revenge on Asuka Her fighting style is counter and combo-oriented. She has one of the best sidesteps in the series, a command sidestep, many combo and launcher options, and many of her attacks get benefits from landing as a counterattack.
However, her approach game is one of the worst and has a hard time applying pressure. As such, she's best played defensively, attacking weak points and countering mistakes. Tropes associated with Lili: Switch Monaco with Japan and you have Karin Kanzuki.
Has been shown to have a crush on Ganryu due to his eyebrows on top of a massive amount of Les Yayfrom her relationship with Asuka in all appearances together to being a Covert Pervert Yuri Fan in Queen's Blade.
Her Headdress item move ends with a butt bump. Her Matterhorn Ascension down plus both kicks. Hits hard and gives you a ton of combo potential, but is heavily punishable, especially on block. Most people will advise you to use one of her many other launchers.
As her kidnappers in her story from 5 can attest to, she's not as helpless as her status as a cute young Daddy's Girl would suggest. Try not to let slip that you don't think much of her father. It's a quick route to the top of her "needs to be challenged" list. In addition, consider that neither the Japanese branch of Violet Systems, nor the G Corporation's Millennium Tower, really impress her, despite how so many other characters in Scenario Campaign are in awe of how ridiculously large they are.
She wants to be one. Becomes one Tekken 6 onwards. Became popular enough to show up in other games, including one for the Digimon franchise, of all things.
In some sort of weird fashion Lili is very infatuated with Ganryu's eyebrows In hers and Ganryu's victory poses in Tag 2 Lili is completely mesmerized with Ganryu, he doesn't seem to notice or care though.
Lili can come across as a little odd — Nina describes her as "having a screw loose" and she's certainly eccentric in her obsessive levels of rivalry with Asuka and the zany schemes she contrives. Despite being an outwardly nice-girl, she maintains a level of aloof haughtiness that occasionally manifests as outright sadism — as seen in her Tekken 7 ending, where she delivers a powerful slap to Asuka that sends her rival flying.
When asked by Asuka on why she did it, Lili simply replies that it was fun and Asuka deserves it for "being herself. She wears high-heeled boots in her default white-dress costume and high-heeled sandals in her special costume from 6.
Which may be why Asuka staggers after Lili jumps off her back during their special Tag throw in Tag 2.