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So the story's about the Tekken charaters but mostly Jin and Asuka. will give me a damn about Jin and Asuka's relationship, DAMN YOURSELVES! Jun suceeded in her mission, with the help from a Hong Kong police. Ok, ever since I rented Tekken 5, I've been strongly curious about the relationship between Asuka and Jin, since they have the same last name. What's up with you guys always wanting a family or relative or master coming into the game who most likely uses the same style as the.
Their cousins, and in Japan it is alright to like your cousin okay! The Kazama family have always been peace lovers. They will risk their selves for the safety of others. One of them was Jun Kazama.
Jun joined the Japan National Police to protect her country. One time, Jun joined a tournament for the safety of a man she onced knew. She wasn't planing to, but she's been haunted by her dreams the same thing -a young boy being threatened by his own father.
This got Jun worrying. Jun suceeded in her mission, with the help from a Hong Kong police detective, Lei Wulong. With no one knowing why, Jun suddenly got pregnant.
This was her son whom she named, "Jin". Jin grew up with Jun, without knowing who his father was. He asks his mother, but Jun only changes the subject.
Until one time, Jin came home to Jun crying with wounds all over his body. Jin got into a fight with his school mates because he was teased because he doesn't have a father. This got Jun worried. But she knew if she tell Jin, he will ask where his father is.
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So she decided to teach Jin how to fight instead. Jin asked her if he learned how to fight, she will tell him who his father is.
But Jun only smiled at him. Little by little, Jin learned how to fight. But still, he isn't that good.
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One day, when Jun came from the market, he heared a bunch of Tekken Force officers asking where Jun Kazama is. Jun quickly ran to her house to find Jin. They packed their bags as fast as they could.
Jin could only look at her mother's eyes sparkling in fear for he does not know what is happening. As fast as they could, they left their home. Just then, Jack robots, along with the Tekken Force, came to their house. Quickly, Jun ran to hide Jin from the new commers. She told him to stay on the bench near the bus stop where he'll wait for her. She told him she wouldn't and never could leave him.
But if ever something happens to her, Jin should look for Heihachi Mishima. Asuka is the niece of Jun Kazama. Contents [ show ] Personality Asuka is surprisingly brash and arrogant. Though, her profile states that she breaks up fights regularly, she seems to have no qualms about fighting herself and even seemingly revels in it. In her story mode, after defeating her target, Feng Wei, she decides to remain in the tournament in order to "have fun".
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Her pre and post-match quotes also demonstrate her confidence. Asuka has a cheerful personality and gets along well with the locals. She is a brash hot-headed Japanese teenager. By nature Asuka believes very strongly in justice and devotes much of her free time being a vigilante of sorts, breaking up fights near by.
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Asuka enjoys fighting in tournaments and dislikes people being angry, violent, offended, upset, hateful, bullies and cocky people. Asuka is a arrogant hot-head who wants her town to be peaceful and have everyone who lives there be friends. She fixes the problems with her kazama-style of martial arts which makes people listen to her and get along.
Bio It is also worth noting that Asuka speaks with a very heavy Kansai Japanese dialect Kansai is a region of western Japan encompassing the cities of Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe. One awkward bit of fan speculation addresses a potential romantic relationship between Jin and Asuka Kazama, which several fans have formulated after viewing the circumstances of the two first encounter.
However, there is little to suggest that such a pairing may actually occur, despite the conditions of their meeting often used as a setup for many romantic couples in several popular forms of Japanese media.