Rath is at least 9 feet tall, and resembles a bipedal tiger. with one claw coming out of each wrist, and no tail. Despite the fact that Appoplexians are supposed to know nothing but anger and fighting, Rath is shown to be friendly towards the Tiffin (though not at first).
It's also interesting to note that Rath's personality seems to mimic professional wrestlers (such as Hulk Hogan), Marvel's Wolverine, and that of a stereotypical high school jock. This is demonstrated by Rath's tendency to use the phrases "Whatever" and "LEMME TELL YA SOMETHIN'!" when he's addressing anyone that he is angry with or about to fight, which appears to be a reference to Hulk Hogan's signature catch phrase, "Let me tell you something, brother!" He also calls people by their full name (e.g "LEMME TELL YA SOMETHIN', Kevin E.Levin !") or (e.g. "LEMME TELL YA SOMETHIN', INCURSION COMMANDER SANG-FROID!). He knows that his metaphorical statements make no sense, but continues to use them. He is very direct and fearless to the point of recklessness, as he didn't hesitate to jump down Jarrett's throat to rescue the Tiffin, and threatened to mutilate him with rearrangement of his organs if he started a war, or about firing the Vreedle Brothers out into space after they blasted his tray of food. Over time, Ben has gained slight control of Rath (as seen in Duped when he lowers his voice to answer his phone). Because of Rath's tendency to be less than a genius, Kevin cannot help but mock or make fun of him.
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King (born October 27, 1956, died February 17, 2005) first used to be a ruthless street brawling orphan with no care in the world except fighting. In one of his fights, King was grievously wounded and collapsed in front of a monastery. The Marquez Priests saved him from death. After recovering, King realized the error of his ways and resolved to start a new life. He became a Catholic priest and renounced his old fighting ways. He then became a man with a mission; he dreamt of building an orphanage for street children, hoping to save them from becoming the kind of person he used to be.

King has one problem, however. He lacks the necessary funds to achieve his dream. King discovers The King of Iron Fist Tournament and hopes to win the prize money. King enters the tournament and manages to get third place, winning enough prize money for the orphanage. He also met his rival, Armor King.[2]

Armor King==Tekken 2== King won enough money and had his orphanage, which became very successful. After a child died in his care, King became depressed and, giving up his jaguar mask, returned to the street and became a raging alcoholic. He would have perished had he not been convinced by his old rival, Armor King, to again wear the jaguar mask and join The King of Iron Fist Tournament 2.

King trained intensely and recovered from his alcoholism. He battled Armor King at the tournament and lost. After the tournament, King participated in both pro-wrestling and martial arts tournaments to win money for his orphanage. He also taught his fighting skills to the children under his care as a means of self-defense.

Sometime later on, Ogre, the God Of Fighting, was awakened from an ancient ruin in Mexico by Heihachi Mishima's Tekken Force. Ogre attacked several martial artists around the world, including King, who was supposedly killed afterwards.

Tekken 3Edit

A street urchin was brought up in a Mexican orphanage owned by the original fighter to bear the name 'King.' By the age of 24, this wrestler worked hard with King until one day, news broke of King's tragic death at the hands of Ogre.

Seeing that the orphanage would crumble into ruin (the money gained from King's wrestling matches was the only funding received), this man donned the mask of King and imitated his style. Unfortunately, he had only seen King's wrestling moves as a child, and he lost every competition he entered. One day however, another man with a mask visited the new King, introducing himself as an old friend. This man revealed himself to be Armor King, who was interested in finding out if the rumors of a new King were true.

For four years the two of them trained, and the new King learned quickly; maturing into a forceful wrestler with extreme power, known as King the Second. By this time, the now 28 year old wrestler was a worthy heir to the throne, however he longed to punish the one responsible for the original King's death.

With rumors of the "God of Fight" circulating, Armor King revealed to his student that the elusive entity was the one most likely responsible. Armor King watched as the new King, fueled with rage, set his sights on avenging his foster father's death and proving himself worthy of wearing the mask.

Tekken 4Edit

King discovered that his master, Armor King, had been killed in a bar fight. The perpetrator, Craig Marduk, had been arrested in Arizona and was sent to prison. Upon Marduk's release (thanks to bribes paid by King himself), King sent a letter challenging Marduk to the tournament in Tekken 4.

He defeated Marduk in Tekken 4, sending him to the hospital, where King followed him to deliver a deadly blow. However, he stopped after seeing a portrait of Marduk and his elderly parents. King puts the portrait on Marduk's chest, and he leaves, realizing how foolish he had become.

Tekken 5Edit

King is later enraged to find out that Marduk has been defeating opponents in a black jaguar mask (identical to Armor King's), and he has issued a televised challenge to King for The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5. Seeing Marduk disgrace his master, King steps into the ring once again to settle the score once and for all.

Tekken 6Edit

King's friendship with Craig Marduk developed during The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5.

At the end of the previous tournament, King caught wind of an attack upon Craig--he blew a gasket when he heard the assailant looked exactly like Armor King. King was determined to learn the true identity of Craig's attacker.

During that time, King heard The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 would soon be held. He decided to enter the tournament with Craig.

In his ending, King was in his room, he's looking at a picture of Armor King, he carefully tries to put the picture on the shelf but accidently bumps it which made him drop the frame and broke the glass. Looking at the frame King notices there is a another photo inside the frame and sees that the photo contains 2 Armor Kings. King then learned that there is another Armor King still alive, and he catches up with Marduk in the cemetery (this ending continues in Armor King's second ending)

Character Relationships*Succesor of King

  • Student of Armor King
  • Seeks revenge on Ogre for killing King
  • Rival of Craig Marduk for Killing Armor King but near the end of Tekken 5 they became friends
  • Rival of Armor King but it actually turned out it's his master's younger brother.

[3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16] Jin inherited Devil from his father and Angel from his mother. Following the second King Of Iron Fist Tournament, the part of Devil that had fled from Kazuya Mishima attempted to inhabit the body of his unborn child Jin Kazama but failed. Jin's mother Jun Kazama fought this part of Devil off but it returned fifteen year later after her demise when it branded the now teenage Jin with a mark on his left arm, possesing him. During the climax of the third King Of Iron Fist Tournament Jin was shot in the head by his grandfather Heihachi. Revived by the Devil Gene within him, Jin reawakened as Devil Jin and made quick work of Heihachi and the guards that accompanied him. In the end of Tekken 4 Kazuya destroys his Angel and fully merges with Devil. This character is the result of Jin had he done the same as his father.

The King Of Iron Fist Tournament 5[17]EditEdit

This games character, Devil Jin, is non-canon. This story deals with Devil Jin's attempts to defeat Jinpachi[18]Mishima and absorb the Devil power from him. If you watched the ending of Devil Jin in Tekken 5 you can see that he absorbed the Devil power from Jinpachi Mishima. He becomes tremendously more powerful than before.===The King Of Iron Fist Tournament 6[19]Edit===

The Devil Jin story in Tekken 6 seems to follow Devil Jin's Epilogue in Tekken 5 (minus the physical appearance), where Devil Jin's powers have become so powerful, they are comparable to a deity, as described in the prologue. In Devil Jin's epilogue, after defeating Azazel, he will take the orb in Azazel's chest to absorb all the power within it. The plan backfires, however, as his powers are absorbed by the orb (similar to Jin's plot in Scenario Campaign mode), presumably due to the fact that the Devil Gene is from A[20]zazel himself, as clued by the tatoo similarity between Devil Jin and Azazel. Jin passes out, shown without the tatoo. At this point the epilogue, crosses over with Zafina's epilogue. This ending is not canon as the character himself is not canonical. Zafina then takes the orb and kept it.==Character Relationships[21]Edit==
  • Devil- His Possesor
  • Jin - Possesed


  • He is unlocked as a playable character in Tekken 5 by either playing 200 matches in any modes, playing Arcade Mode 6 more times after unlocking Heihachi, or completing the Devil Within minigame.
  • Devil Jin can be edit to look like his father, Devil in Tekken 6, using "Demonic Face Purple," "Demonic Horns," "Beast Body" or "Demonic Body," and "Beast Legs".
  • His skin color is not purple, due the fact that he has half of the devil gene from Devil. He also has grim reaper wings rather than devil wings.
  • He was probably the target of Dragunov in Tekken: DR.
  • On Tekken 6, you can change Devil Jin to "Angel Jin" by adding "Angel's Halo"
  • You can customize Devil Jin to his half devil form by equipping "No Horns".
  • Devil Jin also appears in Namco X Capcom and Tekken tag but with no wings no horns
  • In Tekken Tag Tournament, During Omen, Jin will adopt Heihachis fighting stance. He will also get Devil Jin's third eye (on the forehead), which is what led to the alternate name "Devil Jin Possession". In Arcade Version, Devil Jin has a same moveset as Devil from Tekken 2.
  • There is no possible way to activate it, but if you have a cheat device for Tekken 3, Devil Jin can be selectable. Although the coding and body stay as Jin, the moves belong to [23]Ogre.
  • Ling Xiaoyu has a big crush on Jin.
    Tekken 6 Devil Jin