Ascended Heihachi

Your delusions of grandeur end here!
~ Heihachi Mishima


Heihachi Mishima (roughly translates to "Eighth Peace of the Third Island") is a fictional Japanese character in the Tekken fighting game series. He is the son of Jinpachi Mishima, the father of Kazuya Mishima and Lars Alexandersson, the adopted father of Lee Chaolan and the grandfather of Jin Kazama.

Heihachi tossed his son down a deep ravine, thinking that if he inherited the cursed blood of his mother, he'd be able to survive the fall and climb back up. To further motivate Kazuya, Heihachi adopted a Chinese orphan named Lee Chaolan and raised him as a rival to his true son. Eventually, Heihachi decided it was time to test his son's strength, and he announced the King of Iron Fist Tournament.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 6-B, possibly High 6-A | High 6-B, possibly High 6-A

Name: Heihachi Mishima

Origin: Tekken

Gender: Male

Age: 52 - 75 years old

Classification: Human Martial Artist, CEO of Mishima Zaibatsu, Teacher, Champion of the 2nd King of the Iron Fist Tournament

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Acrobatics, Has completely mastered the Advanced Mishima Style and Fighting Karate, Electricity Manipulation, Paralysis Inducement, Chi Manipulation (Can enhance the strength of his attacks), Can generate shock waves, Aura, Resistance to Electricity (Unaffected by his own electricity) and Soul Destruction (Survived Akuma Raging Demon)

Attack Potency: Country level, possibly Multi-Continent level (Together with Akuma, defeated squads of Jack 6 and one-shot them with ease, a single Jack 6 is able to perform this feat, also clashed three times with Kazuya so far and is comparable to Jin) | Large Country level, possibly Multi-Continent level (Managed to revert True Devil Kazuya into his human form)

Speed: Sub-Relativistic (Reacted to Devil Kazumi laser beam after their battle, which is this fast) | Relativistic (Kept up with True Devil Kazuya in battle)

Lifting Strength: Class 100 (Is physically stronger than characters comparable to Raven, which can pick up and throw objects weighing over 80 tons with ease, and is on par with fighters like Kazuya) | Class K

Striking Strength: Country Class, possibly Multi-Continent Class | Large Country Class, possibly Multi-Continent Class

Durability: Country level, possibly Multi-Continent level (Can take hits from Kazuya and Jin, took an explosion from seven Jack 4s piled up on him and survived) | Large Country level, possibly Multi-Continent level (Withstood direct hits from True Devil Kazuya)

Stamina: Very high. He is a martial arts master.

Range: Standard melee range. Extended melee range with shockwaves.

Standard Equipment: He previously used a gun to try to kill Jin, none notable otherwise.

Intelligence: Gifted (Skilled combatant, possibly the best karate master of Mishima style, very intelligent, was the former head of the Mishima Zaibatsu)

Weaknesses: None notable

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Dragon Uppercut: Heihachi performs an all-out uppercut that sends the opponent straight up in the air.
  • Hell Axle: Heihachi jumps and attacks the opponent with a horizontal kick with the left feet followed by a right roundhouse kick.
  • Broken Toy: Heihachi will grab the opponent by the neck, and then will send the opponent away with a powerful left-handed throw.
  • Geta Stomp: Heihachi will stomp the opponent in the ground with his foot.
  • Shockwaves: Heihachi proceeds to punch the ground, creating a shockwave that stuns the opponent.
  • Lightning Hammer: Heihachi charges and attacks the opponent with a powerful electric chop.
  • Rage Art: Heihachi strikes the opponent once and launches them into the air with a Rising Uppercut, then he finishes with his Demon Breath attack as the opponent falls to the ground. This move is more powerful and effective when he is at full power.

Key Base | Full Power



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