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A list of characters introduced in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

  • Tekken 1 (for tropes on Kazuya, Paul, Marshall Law, Nina, Yoshimitsu, Michelle, the Jacks, Prototype Jack, Lee, Violet, Wang, Anna, Ganryu, Kunimitsu, Heihachi and Devil)
  • Tekken 2 (for tropes on Jun, Lei, Baek, Bruce, Alex and Angel)
  • Tekken 3 (for tropes on Jin, Devil Jin, Hwoarang, Xiaoyu, King, Forest Law, Eddy, Kuma, Panda, Bryan, Mokujin, Ogre and Dr. Bosconovitch)
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  • Tekken Tag Tournament (for tropes on Unknown)
  • Tekken 4 (for tropes on Steve, Christie, Marduk, Combot and Miharu)
  • Tekken 5/Dark Resurrection (for tropes on Asuka, Feng, Raven, Roger Jr, Armor King, Lili, Dragunov and Jinpachi)
  • Tekken 6/Bloodline Rebellion (for tropes on Leo, Zafina, Miguel, Bob, Lars and Alisa)
  • Tekken Revolution
  • Tekken 7/Fated Retribution

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Jaycee in Tag 2

"Give me everything you've got!"

Origin: USA

Fighting Style: Mixed Chinese martial art based on Xinyi Liuhe Quan and Bajiquan combined with Lucha Libre

Appears in: Tag 2, Revolution

Voiced by: Stephanie Sheh (Intro & Ending Voice), Annie Wood (Battle Voice)

A female Masked Luchador who's actually Julia Chang filling in for an injured wrestler friend.

Tropes associated with Jaycee:

  • A Friend in Need: She is actually Julia Chang, who temporarily took on the Jaycee mask and persona to replace the real Jaycee while the latter was injured, after their friend begged Julia to do so for Jaycee's fans.
  • Ass Kicks You: Several of her moves feature this, including a hip check, and a dropping butt crush.
  • Canon Immigrant: An interesting case; the "Jaycee" persona for Julia was created specially for Tag 2, mostly in order to allow Michelle to return with her classic moveset intact, while Julia got new moves in addition to her own. The persona and plot involving her ended up becoming canon in 7.
  • Expy: Of the short-lived masked wrestling female persona created as a Distaff Counterpart to the real-life Tiger Mask, Tiger Dream. Her pink costume and mask resemble Tiger Dream's. She even has an unlockable custom mask which looks almost identical to Tiger Dream's mask.
    • Interestingly enough, one of the characters in Tiger Mask W (Haruna Takaoka) shares Jaycee's backstory of becoming a wrestler for the sake of replacing one of her wrestler friends after the latter was unable to perform. Making her somewhat of a Jaycee expy.
  • Foreshadowing: Her true identity can easily be spotted with that alias, her familiar green necklace, her overall size and physique, and her basic moveset combined with luchador skills.
  • Legacy Character: There were at least two Jaycees, Julia and the woman whom she replaced that was injured. The count goes to three if you include Michelle wearing the mask.
  • The Reveal: Namco seems to be treating her identity like this.
  • Stripperiffic: Her outfit. Really contrasting with Julia, who's mostly more reserved.

Sebastian in Tag 2

Leaving would be in your best interest.

Origin: Monaco

Fighting Style: "Street Fighting"

Appears in: Tag 2

Voiced by: Gideon Emery (6), Serge Bourrier (Tag 2)

Lili's butler from Monaco. Typically he follows Lili to fights and observes from the side. Aside from that, not much else is known about him.

Unlocked as a time-release DLC character in a patch for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 on October 9, 2012. He fights using Lili's Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection moveset with a few exclusive taunts where he bows.

  • Ascended Extra: He made a few appearances in Lili's prologues and endings, but Tag 2 marks his first playable appearance.
  • Battle Butler
  • Old Retainer
  • Satellite Character: There's not much else to him other than being Lili's butler.
  • Rule of Funny: Just seeing him in action is absolutely hilarious - an old man in a suit spinning around like a ballerina.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: In his TTT2 ending, where his victory puts Lili in an apparently sullen mood while they're driving someplace. He tries putting on the radio, but every station has announcers singing Sebastian's praises, much to his consternation. After they arrive at their destination, Lili takes a moment to give him a curt "Congratulations" before walking away, to which he responds with sincere gratitude.



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