History Characters / Tekken1

5th Feb '17 6:58:39 AM Gosicrystal
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* WalkingShirtlessScene: By default. Otherwise, since ''2'', he's a SharpDressedMan.
** Averted in ''Tekken 7'', where his only default costume is his aforementioned dress suit ([[NoExceptYes though you can customize him to be this again]]). However, all of his cutscenes strangely always depict him in his usual karate gi, sans shirt.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: By default. Otherwise, since ''2'', he's a SharpDressedMan.
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SharpDressedMan. Averted in ''Tekken 7'', where his only default costume is his aforementioned dress suit ([[NoExceptYes though (though you can customize him to be this again]]).again). However, all of his cutscenes strangely always depict him in his usual karate gi, sans shirt.
29th Jan '17 8:18:43 AM CoolTom1337
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* [[{{Characters/Tekken1}} Tekken 1]]
29th Jan '17 8:15:00 AM CoolTom1337
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* [[{{Characters/Tekken1}} Tekken 1]]
* [[{{Characters/Tekken2}} Tekken 2]]
* [[{{Characters/Tekken3}} Tekken 3]]
* [[Characters/TekkenTagTournament Tekken Tag Tournament]]
* [[{{Characters/Tekken4}} Tekken 4]]
* [[{{Characters/Tekken5}} Tekken 5/Dark Resurrection]]
* [[{{Characters/Tekken6}} Tekken 6/Bloodline Rebellion]]
* [[Characters/TekkenTagTournament2 Tekken Tag Tournament 2]]
* [[Characters/TekkenRevolution Tekken Revolution]]
* [[{{Characters/Tekken7}} Tekken 7/Fated Retribution]]
27th Jan '17 10:13:20 AM urielzet
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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: A lot of his backstory makes it seem like his ''entire life'' has been motivated by this ever since his mother's death. As far as he's concerned, Heihachi is the person responsible who just happens to be his father. In the ''Tekken 7'' release date trailer titled "Rage and Sorrow", he represents the "Rage" part, implying this as his motivation for fighting.



* PerpetualPoverty: He falls into this since the fourth game, and it's played ''for laughs''.
** RunningGag

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* PerpetualPoverty: He falls into this since the fourth game, and it's played ''for laughs''.
** RunningGag
[[PlayedForLaughs played]] ''[[RunningGag for laughs]]''.



* {{Artificial Limb|s}}: His mechanical left hand.

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* {{Artificial Limb|s}}: His mechanical left hand.hand, first introduced in ''2''.



** NamedWeapons

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** NamedWeaponsNamedWeapons: The sword is also named Yoshimitsu, though it's never referenced by name in the games.



* {{Seppuku}}[=/=]DeliberateInjuryGambit: Has this as an attack. He even has some variants of this, including doing it ''twice'', and then there's spinning towards the opponent ''with the sword still lodged in his stomach''.

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* {{Seppuku}}[=/=]DeliberateInjuryGambit: Has this as an attack. He even has some variants of this, including doing it ''twice'', and then there's spinning towards the opponent ''with the sword still lodged in his stomach''. In earlier games, a successful hit with this move was actually a OneHitKill.



* BruceLeeClone: Started out as one back when he was a clone of Law, though not so much in recent games

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* BruceLeeClone: Started out as one back when he was a clone of Law, though not so much in recent gamesgames.



* RunningGag: Is the source of many of these for the Tekken series

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* RunningGag: Is the source of many of these for the Tekken seriesseries:



* [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girl]]: To Nina's Tomboy.

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* [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girl]]: To Nina's Tomboy. It's most prominent in their outfits; it took Nina until ''7: Fated Retribution'' to wear a dress, and even then, it appears to be a disguise. Meanwhile, Anna's costumes range from provocative dresses to short shorts that accentuate her features.


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* ArcSymbol: A lot of promotional material for ''7'' features his Mishima Zaibatsu logo, a three-pointed star above a hexagon (like a thinner variant of Mitsubishi's three-diamond logo). This also appears in his ''Fated Retribution'' outfit on the right side of his chest.


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* HiddenDepths: As he is confronted by Kazuya in the first ''Tekken 7'' trailer, a single tear falls from his eye. In a later trailer titled "Rage and Sorrow," he represents "Sorrow" as his reason for fighting, implying that there might be deeper reasons for his apparently evil actions all throughout Kazuya's life.
25th Jan '17 9:54:03 AM SolidSonicTH
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** He also has gained a catchphrase in "EXCELLENT~" which was often featured in his Tekken endings, as well as a winpose in Tekken 7.

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** He also has gained a catchphrase in "EXCELLENT~" which was often featured in his Tekken endings, as well as a winpose in Tekken 7.''Tekken 7''.
22nd Jan '17 10:43:21 AM HeyFella
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* TragicVillain: Kazuya might be an unrepentant bastard right now, but worth noting that his descent to villainy was due to something out of his control, namely Heihachi tossing him to a cliff because he's 'too soft' for the latter's tastes. If Heihachi has never done that (or his takeover to the Zaibatsu), Kazuya might have grown up as a decent man, with Jinpachi's tutelage and Kazumi's loving embrace.

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* TragicVillain: Kazuya might be an unrepentant bastard right now, but worth noting that his descent to villainy was due to something out of his control, namely Heihachi tossing him to a cliff because he's 'too soft' for the latter's tastes. If Heihachi has had never done that (or his takeover to the Zaibatsu), Kazuya might have grown up as a decent man, with Jinpachi's tutelage and Kazumi's loving embrace.
17th Jan '17 12:21:26 PM Silverblade2
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* GoneHorriblyRight: Heihachi threw him off a cliff when he was a boy to see if he was strong enough to climb back up -- he did it so Kazuya would grow up to be an evil BadAss like him. Cut to the present where Heihachi just wants to kill him, because the plan worked perfectly.

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* GoneHorriblyRight: Heihachi threw him off a cliff when he was a boy to see if he was strong enough to climb back up -- he did it so Kazuya would grow up to be an evil BadAss badass like him. Cut to the present where Heihachi just wants to kill him, because the plan worked perfectly.



** BadassLongcoat: Puts on a fancy tailed coat in ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution''.

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** * BadassLongcoat: Puts on a fancy tailed coat in ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution''.



* BadAss: There's a reason he's the only Mishima who's been in every game of the series.
** BackToBackBadasses: Father and son team up to kick robot ass! Only in ''Tekken 5''.
** BadassGrandpa: As of ''3'', with the introduction of Jin.
** BadassMustache: Looks a bit like a PornStache, though...
** BadassNormal: Who needs the Devil Gene to kick ass?

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* BadAss: There's a reason he's the only Mishima who's been in every game of the series.
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BackToBackBadasses: Father and son team up to kick robot ass! Only in ''Tekken 5''.
** * BadassGrandpa: As of ''3'', with the introduction of Jin.
** * BadassMustache: Looks a bit like a PornStache, though...
** * BadassNormal: Who needs the Devil Gene to kick ass?



* CoolOldGuy: Okay, he's a dick, but he can be pretty funny and definitely BadAss.

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* CoolOldGuy: Okay, he's a dick, but he can be pretty funny and definitely BadAss.badass.
16th Jan '17 7:14:35 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** Both she and Nina have the same ending in the first ''Tekken Tag'', where one sister extends a hand of forgiveness to the other. Poor Anna's the only one who's sincere about it, since ''both'' of them end with [[KickTheDog her getting a painful armlock from Nina]].

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** Both she and Nina have the same role-reversed ending in the first ''Tekken Tag'', where one sister extends a forgiving hand of forgiveness to the other. Poor Anna's the only one who's sincere about it, making nice, since ''both'' of them variations end with [[KickTheDog her getting receiving a painful armlock from Nina]].
16th Jan '17 9:51:16 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Anna's rarely-seen compassionate side surfaces in ''3'' when she makes a legitimate effort to help Nina regain her memories and try to prevent her from becoming an assassin again. And she has no plans to kill Nina, since that would constitute only one victory against her numerous losses.
* Both she and Nina have the same ending in the first ''Tekken Tag'', where one sister extends a hand of forgiveness to the other. Poor Anna's the only one who's sincere about it, since ''both'' of them end with [[KickTheDog her getting a painful armlock from Nina]].

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* ** Anna's rarely-seen compassionate side surfaces in ''3'' when she makes a legitimate effort to help Nina regain her memories and try to prevent her from becoming an assassin again. And she has no plans to kill Nina, since that would constitute only one victory against her numerous losses.
* ** Both she and Nina have the same ending in the first ''Tekken Tag'', where one sister extends a hand of forgiveness to the other. Poor Anna's the only one who's sincere about it, since ''both'' of them end with [[KickTheDog her getting a painful armlock from Nina]].
16th Jan '17 9:50:50 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Both she and Nina have the same ending in the first ''Tekken Tag'', where one sister extends a hand of forgiveness to the other. Poor Anna's the only one who's sincere about it, since ''both'' of them end with her in a painful armlock from Nina.

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* Both she and Nina have the same ending in the first ''Tekken Tag'', where one sister extends a hand of forgiveness to the other. Poor Anna's the only one who's sincere about it, since ''both'' of them end with [[KickTheDog her in getting a painful armlock from Nina.Nina]].
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