Kazuya and jun relationship with god

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For Tekken 7 on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Jun and Kazuya's Relationship" - Page 3. God bless him for it. For Tekken 7 on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Jun and Kazuya's Relationship". How actually was his relationship with his grandfather? Even in TTT when Kazuya was still considered dead they had Jin's ending have Jin.

A character dying is important to the storyline; it explains why they aren't in any of the following games, and it has an effect on other characters that they've interacted with, trained or been trained by, etc. Revenge and murder are the two strongest themes in Tekken. As I said, Jun defeated Devil. But hand to hand? How would he exist? Kazuya is dead, therefore he would have no host. He tried to get Jin so Jin could be his host. True to a certain extent, but usually if the host dies the parasite dies.

So, he must have been seperate enough from Kazuya that he didn't die along with him. Devil must have been able to manifest in some form or another, if Jun was to have fought him.

Perhaps the energy from Kazuya's death and Devil's desperation, gave him the ability to manifest. I dont know, it's not explained. All we know is that she defeated him, and what's what counts. Kazuya and Devil were one. If Kazuya died, devil had no physical being. He tried to get Jin, so he could have one again.

If Devil and Kazuya truly were one, then Devil would have died along with Kazuya. But Jun stopped him. How can you fight something that you can't punch? Defeat it with your soul and heart. That is the demons greatest weakness. And how do we know that Jun wouldn't defeat Devil with her soul and heart, if he tried to rape her? Now, I could be wrong on that. But I still don't get why Devil would want Jin if he is in a physical fighting form.

It is there, the logic breaks apart. Because that just doesn't make sense. Then again, Tekken does that lot. When Kazuya died, Devil lost his power base.

Jin inherited the Devil gene, so that was a way for Devil to regain that. He thrived from influencing Kazuya. When Kazuya was killed, it would be the same thing as if you got your house burned down. The same kind of principle. Devil lost what he had. As for moving on? Why the hell would he do that.

Evil doesn't just "get over" things. Demons are capricious so of course he'd seek revenge in some form, or a way to restore his power. Because his power, comes from being able to influence others. As for Ganryu and Michelle. He did not know Michelle probably and fell in love with her during all of that. Also, wasn't that mentioned before TTT?

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I keep thinking I heard of that before that came out. Maybe I am wrong. I'm not really sure about that, but I'm going to skip over it cause it's not even the issue here. It's just yet another example of how Namco never explain lovey dovey crap. As for my so called morbid theory? Your a lady, of coarse you are not going to believe Jun, the main heroine was raped. So, if I was a guy, I'd be more likely to accept the idea of her getting raped? If anything, I'm closer to the reality of rape and know that it exists.

My gender isn't the issue here. Yikes, if that is true then Tekken really is sexist. Women are either 1 Losing and failing Nina cant assassinate one person 2 Slutty Anna and sometimes Christy dresses up kind of slutty 3 Getting raped Maybe Jun 4 Ditzy Xaiyou or however you spell her name Wow, then I guess that they're racist too, since the Tekken's have only been won by japanese people.

Like poor Paul, he gets screwed over every time, because in none of the Tekken tournaments has he ever been defeated. T1 by the time he beat Kuma Kaz had won, T2 he got stuck in a traffic jam, T3 he beat Ogre and thought he'd won and returned home, then Jin came along and defeated True Ogre. Not to mention that rape's a bit more than 'sexist. But to answer your points: T1 and T2, Anna got in the way.

T3 she's being controlled by Ogre, so it's not like she knows what she's doing, and when Ogre's killed the influence is released. She had no reason to kill Jin for herself. T4 she finds out that the hit is her son, so it's not like she could kill him. And in the story mode, isn't there a picture of a guy with his throat slit? How do you kill a guy like Jin who survives being shot in the head?

Or Kaz, who returns from being in a volcano and survives being thrown off a cliff as a child? Or Heihachi, who's as old as hell but still survives a cliff, too. A distraction technique lol. You could say that the guys fighting with their shirts off is the same thing. Face it, they're not going to wear a potato sack, something loose and flowing just gets in the way of combat.

You need something sleek to have freedom of movement. Not to mention that Christie would never win because she's an amateur anyway, hadn't Eddy only been training her for a couple of months at best?

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And she didn't enter the Tournament to win. She was looking for Eddy. Same as Anna was only in the tournament to stop her sister from being a killer or getting herself killed. Also, I always thought that Jun was the one who 'defeated' devil with her holy power and compassionate nature, and Kazuya, minus his Devil power, got his ass kicked by Heihachi.

Jun would never have been interested in running the Mishima Zaibatsu anyway. If Jun beat Devil, Which we know she did for a fact at least once, while she was pregnant who is the most powerful out of the Mishima's, that means Jun is stronger than them all. She's a young girl with a good heart, but she's never come across as lacking intelligence, to me. Not to mention that in her T3 ending she kicks Heihachi's ass. She's at the Mishima Polytechnical College, so she can't be stupid.

It says she dislikes Math, but that doesn't make her stupid. She has a crush on Jin and wants to help people T4 and T5 story so how does that make her ditzy? When you make claims that you can't back up, it's too easy to take them apart. Only Julia and Michelle dont fit the bill. Other than the fact they lose. Julia was in the tournament in T3 to find Michelle, who had been kidnapped by Heihachi.

Blood Vengeance, Kazuya's devil form from the film was added as an alternate version of the character for Tag Tournament 2. He saw Kazuya as a fun character due to how powerful he is. As a result, Harada felt that gamers who lose while playing as him feel ashamed. The character's combo had a glitch in this game, which Capcom patched.

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.

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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[68] 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.