History Characters / Tekken1

17th May '17 7:06:23 AM SolidSonicTH
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* ShoutOut: In Jack's ending, he's attached to a machine codenamed "System 11". This is the name of the arcade cabinet hardware that ran ''Tekken'' and ''Tekken 2''. * He also bears a strong resemblance of Franchise/{{Terminator}}s. Their facems are even just the tiniest bit reminiscent of Ahnold.

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* ShoutOut: In Jack's ending, he's attached to a machine codenamed "System 11". This is the name of the arcade cabinet hardware that ran ''Tekken'' and ''Tekken 2''. * 2''.
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He also bears a strong resemblance of Franchise/{{Terminator}}s. Their facems faces are even just the tiniest bit reminiscent of Ahnold.
15th May '17 6:54:09 PM nombretomado
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* CelebrityResemblance: With his hair down (which can be seen for the first time in ''4''), Paul looks really like TripleH. They even share the same first name.

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* CelebrityResemblance: With his hair down (which can be seen for the first time in ''4''), Paul looks really like TripleH.Wrestling/TripleH. They even share the same first name.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Given his friendship with the Law family, his imposing beard and his almost unstoppable power, he is probably meant to resemble Creator/ChuckNorris in a way. Only his BoisterousBruiser personality and facial design (which, as mentioned, resembles more TripleH) distinguish him from being a clear Chuck clone.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Given his friendship with the Law family, his imposing beard and his almost unstoppable power, he is probably meant to resemble Creator/ChuckNorris in a way. Only his BoisterousBruiser personality and facial design (which, as mentioned, resembles more TripleH) Wrestling/TripleH) distinguish him from being a clear Chuck clone.
5th May '17 3:53:54 PM urielzet
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** [[spoiler:The Tekken 7 teaser trailer seems to confirm that Kazuya did care for his mother, calling out Heihachi for the murder of his mother]].

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** [[spoiler:The The Tekken 7 teaser trailer seems to confirm that Kazuya did care for his mother, calling out Heihachi for the murder of his mother]].mother.



* StartOfDarkness: Getting tossed to a cliff is the beginning of Kazuya's transformation from a compassionate kid into an extreme asshole. Some in-development screenshots of ''Tekken 7'' hint that players may actually get to play as a much younger Kazuya before the cliff-tossing.

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* StartOfDarkness: Getting tossed to a cliff is the beginning of Kazuya's transformation from a compassionate kid into an extreme asshole. Some in-development screenshots footage from the Story mode of ''Tekken 7'' hint shows that players may can actually get to play as a much younger Kazuya before the cliff-tossing.



->Confirmed as a returning character in ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution''.

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->Confirmed ->While Jin remains missing after the destruction of Azazel's temple, she leads the Mishima Zaibatsu in his stead until Heihachi comes back for his company and reasserts his leadership, and employs Nina as a returning character in ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution''.his second-in-command before starting the 7th King of Iron Fist Tournament.



* DragonAscendant: [[spoiler: Subverted. By the end of Scenario Campaign, Jin's status as a FakeDefector is discovered. Nina's words show that Jin trusted her enough to let her in on his plan and imply that [[YouAreInCommandNow she's the new leader of the Mishima Zaibatsu]].]]

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* DragonAscendant: [[spoiler: Subverted. By the end of Scenario Campaign, Jin's status as a FakeDefector is discovered. Nina's words show that Jin trusted her enough to let her in on his plan and imply that [[YouAreInCommandNow she's the new leader of the Mishima Zaibatsu]].]] She becomes the acting head until Heihachi returns for his corporation.



* BackToBackBadasses: Father and son team up to kick robot ass! Only in ''Tekken 5''.

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* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: How he regains control of the Mishima Zaibatsu at the beginning of ''7'', as well as his method of employing Claudio.
* BackToBackBadasses: Father and son team up to kick robot ass! Only First featured in the opening movie of ''Tekken 5''.5'', but actually became a playable segment in the Story mode of ''7''.



* SuperpoweredGoodSide: Subverted via {{Retcon}}. Angel has the same abilities Devil does, but it was later clarified that she is not an alter ego of Kazuya and rather an entirely different entity.

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* %%* SuperpoweredGoodSide: Subverted via {{Retcon}}. Angel has the same abilities Devil does, but it was later clarified that she is not an alter ego of Kazuya and rather an entirely different entity.
4th May '17 5:01:21 AM SolidSonicTH
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* MechaMooks: Jack-4 serves this role story-wise. They are also used as this in both ''Devil Within'' and ''Scenario Campaign''.

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* MechaMooks: Jack-4 serves this role story-wise. They are also used as this in both ''Devil Within'' and ''Scenario Campaign''. In general their storyline targets them for this function, meant to serve as robotic infantry for high-risk situations (like bomb defusing or anti-terrorism applications). Their use in The King of Iron Fist Tournament is by and large a measure of their capability as pre-production prototypes.
25th Apr '17 12:48:24 PM SolidSonicTH
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* KingBobTheNth: Except for Gun Jack in ''Tekken 3'', Jack (and his other production models) show up as "Jack-''X''". The number always matches the numerical iteration of the game he's in (so even though he skipped ''Tekken 4'', the new Jack model from ''5'' is called "Jack-5").

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* KingBobTheNth: Except for Gun Jack in ''Tekken 3'', Jack (and his other production models) show up as "Jack-''X''". The number always matches the numerical iteration of the game he's in (so even though he skipped ''Tekken 4'', the new Jack model from ''5'' is called "Jack-5")."Jack-5"; the Jack-4 line can be seen in the opening of ''5'' as they're the units sent to amubush the Hon-Maru compound).
25th Apr '17 12:47:47 PM SolidSonicTH
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** Heck, in StreetFighterXTekken, he's LITERALLY called "Jack-X". (Though this is pronounced "Jack Cross"...)

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** Heck, in StreetFighterXTekken, he's LITERALLY called "Jack-X"."Jack-X", again to keep with the theme of Jack's designation matching the game he appears in. (Though this is pronounced "Jack Cross"...))
25th Apr '17 12:47:24 PM SolidSonicTH
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* KingBobTheNth: Except for Gun Jack in ''Tekken 3'', Jack (and his other production models) show up as "Jack X".

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* KingBobTheNth: Except for Gun Jack in ''Tekken 3'', Jack (and his other production models) show up as "Jack X"."Jack-''X''". The number always matches the numerical iteration of the game he's in (so even though he skipped ''Tekken 4'', the new Jack model from ''5'' is called "Jack-5").
18th Apr '17 4:34:55 AM aureolindays
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* {{Expy}}: His characteristics happened to be based on [[Anime/DragonBallZ Vegeta]].
** He also seems to be initially designed to be the "[[StreetFighter Ryu]]" of the game: {{Shoryuken}}: check. HurricaneKick: check. Fireball? Tekken doesn't really have those... but they do have Devils with lasers -- close enough! Dressed in white? Checkarooni! Blonde American rival who dresses in red? Yep! (At least for the first game...)


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* Shotoclone: Seems to be initially designed to be the "[[StreetFighter Ryu]]" of the game: {{Shoryuken}}: check. HurricaneKick: check. Fireball? Tekken doesn't really have those... but they do have Devils with lasers -- close enough! Dressed in white? Checkarooni! Blonde American rival who dresses in red? Yep! (At least for the first game...)
* ShoutOut: His characteristics happened to be based on [[Anime/DragonBallZ Vegeta]].
15th Apr '17 6:05:39 PM aureolindays
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* {{Hunk}}: Par on the course for a professional wrestler.


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* TallDarkAndHandsome: At 6'4".
15th Apr '17 6:00:26 PM aureolindays
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* {{Hunk}}: Possibly averted by ''4'' onward, when he's put together after his horrible disfiguring a couple decades ago.



* TallDarkAndSnarky

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* TallDarkAndSnarkyTallDarkAndSnarky: At 5'11".



* {{Hunk}}: With the biggest high top you've ever ''seen.''



* {{Expy}}: King himself (and by proxy, King II) has one in the form of ''VideoGame/{{F-Zero}}'''s Leon.



* {{Hunk}}: Quite the looker--erm, tiger mask and all...



* ShoutOut: King himself (and by proxy, King II) has one in the form of ''VideoGame/{{F-Zero}}'''s Leon.



* {{Hunk}}: Seems to go hand-in-hand with every BruceLeeClone, and Mr. Law here is no exception.



* BigBeautifulMan: He's got his admirers!



* GrampaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: There's evidence within the ''Tekken'' universe that point him towards this. See his MrFanservice entry below.



* SilverFox: For a man in his 70s, you have to admit he looks ''damn'' good for his age.



* WalkingShirtlessScene: If not clad in his dogi, he'll be shirtless. Unfortunately, ''4'' got a bit carried away...

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: If not clad in his dogi, he'll be shirtless. Unfortunately, ''4'' By ''4'', it got a bit carried away...
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