|Voiced By||No voice|
|Fighting Style||Kinjin-Ken (Mimicry)|
In Tekken Revolution, Kinjin appears as a non-playable boss.
Kinjin is a golden version of Mokujin and Tetsujin, and like the other two, has no fighting style of his own. Instead, he chooses another playable character's fighting style and uses it. Kinjin's fighting style changes after each round. Like Tetsujin, there is no female version of Kinjin.
Games in order of appearance:
- Tekken Revolution (2013).
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It is possible that the design of Kinjin (from Tekken Revolution) is based on Tetsujin's golden palette swap. Golden Tetsujin can only be played as by winning 10 consecutive matches in Arcade mode, VS. mode, or Survival mode with any character. Although his ending is not selectable in Theatre Mode, you can view golden Tetsujin's ending by playing Arcade Mode as him.
Story Tekken Tag Tournament is a non-canonical Tekken game containing no plot.
- Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
- Mokujin/Tetsujin/Golden Tetsujin practices some Wushu-like moves with many [other] Mokujin. Mokujin/Tetsujin/Golden Tetsujin and the [other] Mokujin perform all of their moves in unison. This ending animation ends with Mokujin/Tetsujin/Golden Tetsujin and the [other] Mokujin facing the screen. This ending takes place in Forest Law's second Tekken Tag Tournament stage, "Law-B".
- It is possible that the design of Kinjin (from Tekken Revolution) is based on Tetsujin's golden palette swap. There exists a graphic tile in the program ROMs of the arcade version of Tekken Tag Tournament, depicting his name with Tetsujin, Tiger and Unknown names too.
In Tekken Revolution, Kinjin has a new look with a crown, a cape, a pair of sunglasses, a bow tie and a mustache. Additionally, his torso is now larger than Mokujin and Tetsujin's.
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Tekken Revolution is a non-canonical game, containing no plot.
- In Tekken Revolution, Kinjin, Mokujin, and Tetsujin don't imitate a single character for every round like in previous games, but instead, they now use an original moveset consisting of a vast assortment of moves from Tekken Tag Tournament 2's character roster, similar to Combot.
- In addition, Kinjin also has modified versions of certain ones, which are exclusive to only him, Mokujin, and Tetsujin. For example, he can repeat the first and second hits of Feng's f+2,1,2 and Ancient Ogre/Ogre's b+4,3,3+4 up to two times.
Important Notice! Because the character has been made non-canonical, none of the relationships apply to the canon story of the Tekken series.