Lei Wulong

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Name Lei Wulong
Origin Hong-Kong.png Hong Kong
Voiced By Wataru Takagi (T2)
Hiroya Ishimaru (T3-T5, SFxTK)
David Jeremiah (T6-TTT2, SFxTK)
Akio Nakamura (T:TMP Japanese)
Gray G. Haddock (T:TMP)
Fighting Style 5 Form Kung Fu and Zui Quan (Drunken Fist)
Age 25 (T2), 45 (T3&TTT), 47 (T4, T5/T5:DR, T6/T6:BR, TTT2)
Blood Type A
Height 175 cm (5' 9")
Weight 72 kg (160 lbs)
Occupation Police detective, Master of 5 form Kung Fu
Hobby Watching movies and taking naps
Likes Electronics and Sony products, Wang Jinrei and Steve Fox
Dislikes Crimes
Law breakers
Feng Wei
Bryan Fury
Jin Kazama
Kazuya Mishima

Introduction

Lei Wulong (雷武龍 Léi Wǔlóng) was introduced in Tekken 2, and he has returned for all subsequent games. Lei is very laid back with a casual attitude. He is one of the comedy relief of the Tekken cast and is constantly cracking jokes. Although comedic, Lei is very dedicated to what operations are at hand. This has earned him his nickname "Super Cop" due to his ability to catch criminals. Though he is a skilled fighter on his own, Lei has shown to be an accurate shooter with small arms as shown in his Tekken 2 and 4 endings and Bryan's Tekken Tag ending. It is revealed in his win quote against Bryan in Street Fighter X Tekken along with Bryan's interlude with him that he's no longer close with Bryan and rather is enraged at him because of his cybernetic enhancements and his "use" of it. A man who lives for his job, dedicated to the point of obsession, Lei is a law abiding and gifted cop. He is fair-minded and affable to those around him (unless they break the law.) In his Tekken 5 interludes, he is shown treating his friends such as Wang Jinrei and Steve Fox with compassion and respect. Although his attempts can sometimes be clumsy, Lei's intentions are always virtuous in nature. He is also extremely well known in the game's story of the as Heihachi was actually the one that invited him into the third tournament while Feng has heard a high amount of praise regarding Lei's technique. He's also has a strong intuition as unlike most characters that individually target either Jin or Kazuya in Tekken 6, he is a rare example that attempts to arrest and take down both at the same time. The few characters that share Lei's belief are Zafina, Julia and Lars. He was also suspicious of Heihachi's intentions when he was invited to the third tournament.

His title in the original trilogy is Super Police.

Games in order of appearance:

Other appearances:


History

Tekken 2

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken 2.
Tekken 2 screenshot: Lei VS Jun.

Gameplay

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Story

Prologue
During his time as one of the most respected Hong Kong police detectives, officer Lei Wulong has developed his own style of Kung Fu, and uses this to his advantage when facing the many criminals he encounters within his home metropolis. A number of killings lead to the investigation of Kazuya Mishima, who was linked with several Triad and Mafia transactions across the globe. but he lost his memories from an airplane crash and started working for Kazuya. Lei vowed to track down the center of Kazuya's operations. To further his inquiry, he enters the second Rave War!
Ending, "Sure Shot" (Unofficial Synopsis)
Lei is practicing his shooting. He runs out of bullets, smiles and reloads. Lei then fires more shots. There is a close up on the target, with bullet holes saying "The End."

Trivia

  • Lei's stage is "Hong Kong Rooftop".
  • Lei's Stage 8 sub-boss is Bruce Irvin.
  • Every time Lei's Arcade music is played you can hear a voice in the background saying: WUUUUUULONG!


Tekken 3

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken 3.
Tekken 3 screenshot: Lei VS Lei.

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Story

Prologue
Supercop never rests... Bruce Irvin almost pushed Lei to the brink of defeat in Tekken 2, but Lei managed to come away victorious. Bruce's flight home was then reported crashed, killing all passengers aboard. It was rumored that Kazuya's corps were involved as a means of silencing Bruce. Lei's investigation and intuition led him to believe the accident was staged, and he doubts that Bruce is really dead. After the last tournament, Lei returned to his job as an investigator of international crime. Though 19 years have passed, nobody believes he is 45. Known as Supercop, he's feared internationally by even the most powerful of crime organizations. Falling within his jurisdiction are the strange disappearances of prominent martial artists. During these investigations, Lei was visited by the head man of the MFE, Heihachi Mishima. He asked Lei to join the "King of Iron Fist Tournament 3." Why Heihachi would seek him out for a mere tournament was beyond Lei. A believer in fate, Lei feels there's a reason for this meeting.
Ending, "Afternoon Nap" (Unofficial Synopsis)
Lei practices his Kung-fu over the seasons on the Great Wall. In the summer, Lei is practicing with a thin saucer; the following winter, Lei is practicing Snake Style Kung-fu by grabbing eggs from the tops of bamboo sticks. The animations for these two scenes are taken from Jackie Chan's movie the Snake in the Eagle's Shadow. During the spring, Lei is practicing with a broad. By fall, Lei finally decides to rest, sleeping on a golden Buddha statue.

Trivia


Tekken 4

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken 4.
Tekken 4 screenshot: Lei VS Lei.

Gameplay

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Story

Prologue (In-Game Text)
Lei's life was consumed as usual by police work. Unfortunately for Lei, his live-in girlfriend got fed up with Lei's workaholic lifestyle and dumped him in favor of Lei's assistant. Ironically, the assistant acted as a liaison for Lei whenever she wanted to get in touch with him at work. When Lei found out about this, he became extremely depressed. Around the same time, Lei botched an operation to bring a crime syndicate to justice. Lei failed to capture an agent of the syndicate, who would have enabled the police to take down the syndicate's boss. The failure cost the police force two years worth of intense undercover investigations. Rival detectives who were jealous of Lei's stellar case record saw this as an opportunity to damage Lei's career. Unbeknown to Lei, the rivals reported to Lei's superiors that he botched the operation by "allowing personal affairs to affect his job performance." As a result of this betrayal, Lei wound up on a one-month suspension from active duty. During his suspension, Lei learned from an informant that the syndicate was plotting to assassinate a boxer participating in the King of Iron Fist Tournament 4. The syndicate apparently hired an assassin for the hit. Lei thought that he could gain valuable information from the boxer about the syndicate. If all went as planned, he could also capture the assassin and establish a plausible connection between the assassin and the syndicate. Lei reasoned that this would aid efforts to bring the syndicate down. Lei entered the Tournament with the hope of redeeming his honor.
Epilogue (In-Game Text)
After winning the Tournament, Lei headed to the Mishima Zaibatsu data-center to dig up information on the Syndicate's hired assassin.
Ending, "Fin Lei" (Unofficial Synopsis)
Lei is in the Mishima Zaibatsu Computer Room looking at information on the hired assassin (Nina Williams), where he finds that she is currently in Hotel Leanne. About a day or so later, Lei is at the hotel ready to stop Nina from carrying out the Syndicate's plans. He busts open the door yelling, "Freeze!" Nina fires a couple of shots which are dodged by Lei. Lei goes back into the room and sees that Nina has escaped. Thinking fast, Lei slides down a drainage pipe and runs across the street. When he reaches, he notices that Nina and Steve are staring at each other. Lei then yells "Freeze" again and Steve helps Nina escape, tackling Lei. Lei fires two shots and one hits Nina in the leg. Steve punches Lei, knocking him out. The picture of a knocked out Lei is shown next to head lines proclaiming Lei's new found glory. Lei smiles at the camera and the scene ends.

Trivia

  • Lei becomes playable after beating the game four times, or as soon as you complete Story Mode with Ling Xiaoyu.
  • Lei's ending is connected to Steve Fox and Nina Williams' endings.
  • This is the only game where Lei has a leather jacket.


Tekken 5

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken 5.
Tekken 5 screenshot: Lei VS Lei.
CG art in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection

Gameplay

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Story

Prologue (In-Game Text)
Super detective Lei Wulong. Lei once again made headlines after arresting several members of the Syndicate at the close of the King of Iron Fist Tournament 4. Lei soon became interested in a string of attacks on martial arts training halls throughout China and started an investigation into the matter. Among the victims were several renowned Kung Fu masters that Lei knew personally. Lei poured all of his effort into the investigation but the attacks stopped abruptly and the trail went cold. One day, Lei received a report that several similar attacks had occurred on dojos in Japan. It was then that Lei began to suspect the events were linked and that the perpetrator would surely be at the King of Iron Fist Tournament 5.
Interludes (Unofficial Synopsis)
Stage 4, Wang Jinrei: Lei and Wang are facing each other, and the two bow and prepare for battle. Lei then apologizes to Wang for beating him. Wang then says that the apology will be his. When Lei wins, Wang then tells him about the true nature of the Tournament.
Stage 7, Feng Wei: Lei runs into Feng Wei, and places him under arrest for beating up dojo masters in China and Japan. The two fight. After his victory, Lei then questions Feng, asking him why he's here. Feng then tells him about the stolen scroll that he is after. Lei then decides that Jinpachi holds all the answers to his questions.
Final Stage, Jinpachi Mishima: Lei meets Jinpachi and places him under arrest for the stolen scroll. He then asks why Jinpachi sent Wang a letter, but Jinpachi tells him that all the answers will come after beating him. When Lei defeats Jinpachi, he is told that 40 years ago, Heihachi imprisoned him under Hon-Maru until he eventually died. A certain "thing" brought Jinpachi back to life; however, it forced him try to destroy the world, and Jinpachi has no choice but to listen to it. With his last act of human consciousness, Jinpachi wrote to Wang. After finally dying, the stolen scroll was returned. Lei picks up and walks away, stopping for a moment and then continuing.
Epilogue (In-Game Text)

Before Lei is able to enjoy his victory at the tournament, he returns to Hong Kong for a new investigation.

Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
Lei is fighting a criminal on top of a moving bus. He successfully overcomes the criminal and handcuffs him. He reports back to his superior that he has the suspect in custody, but before he can finish talking, Lei is hit from behind by an oncoming sign, knocking him off of the bus. Lei groans and says: "That's gonna leave a mark."

Trivia

  • Lei's sub-bosses are Wang Jinrei, and Feng Wei.
  • In Feng Wei's interlude with Lei, Lei's voice actor made the mistake of saying "Lee Wulong" instead of "Lei Wulong".
  • Lei Wulong is the only character, other than Eddy Gordo, Ling Xiaoyu, Christie Monteiro, and the always growling King, who does not speak his mother tongue during interludes.
  • During gameplay, Lei speaks with the Cantonese voice he had in Tekken 4, however, in the cutscenes and in his FMV ending, he speaks with an Hong Kong English accent.



Tekken 6

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken 6 (arcade).
CG art in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion and Tekken 6 console
Tekken 6 screenshot: Lei VS Lei.

Gameplay

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Story

Prologue (In-Game Text)
In pursuit of Feng Wei for his criminal offenses, the military sends Lei to Japan. As the trail for Feng Wei is unsuccessful, Lei is helpless, and he returns to Hong Kong. With China in utter chaos and riots happening frequently, Lei grew impatient. Lei knew the true reason for the riots were cause of the Mishima Zaibatsu. In an attempt to arrest Jin Kazama, Lei enters The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6.
Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
At a Chinese market street, Lei Wulong was just ordering for noodles. But the meal was soon interrupted when an unnamed thief was seen fleeing through the scene. Instinctively, Lei kicks out the stool, of which he was sitting on, tripping the would-be thief. Again, the thief flees and Lei kicks the stool a second time, saying "The bag...Leave it here!". The stool hits the thief on his back, boomeranging him, causing him to fall and immediate arrest. After Lei reports that he "has a purse-snatcher in custody" (whilst still holding his plate of noodles), he tries to sit down and eat (unaware of what he did with the stool), only to fall...with the plate and noodles within to fall on top of his face (since the last thing that could be heard was Lei yelling in pain).

Trivia

  • Lei's Stage 1 and Stage 2 opponents in Scenario Campaign's "Arena" mode are Feng Wei and Kazuya Mishima.
  • Unlike the majority of the Tekken 6 characters, Lei is not a boss in the Scenario Campaign mode. Instead, he allies with Lars Alexandersson (or another character of the player's choosing) and Alisa Bosconovitch to fight off the G Corporation's forces.
  • Lei's voice has been changed yet again, he now speaks with an American accent during gameplay, cutscenes and his ending FMV.
  • His first item move involves him shooting with a pistol, while his second allows has him hit his opponent with a club if his "Push Away" throw can K.O the opponent


Spin-Offs & Related Games

Tekken Tag Tournament

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken Tag Tournament.
Tekken Tag Tournament screenshot: Lei VS Lei.

Gameplay

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Story

Tekken Tag Tournament is a non-canonical Tekken game containing no plot.

Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
Lei is practicing his moves in Forest Law's second Tekken Tag Tournament stage (called "Law-B"). He performs a couple of punches and many kicks during this ending. Lei also performs an aerial flip and goes into some of his stances during this ending. Finally, Lei ends in a stance with one of his arms in front of him and his other arm behind him.

Trivia

  • Lei's Stage 7 sub-boss is Bruce Irvin.
  • Lei is one of the few characters who can not wear every one of his selectable outfits in his ending. Instead, he will wear either the green or purple version of his Player One outfit.


Tekken Tag Tournament 2

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Character Portrait: Lei, Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

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Lei will be featured as a playable character in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

Story (From Wii U Edition)

Lei is the top detective among the Hong Kong national police, also going by the name "Super Police." He was on the trail of Feng Wei, who was on a dojo-fighting rampage through China, but was soon dispatched to suppress disturbances around the world, and was unable to continue the Feng case. Once he learned that the Mishima Zaibatsu was the one operating behind the scenes, he now continues to investigate the true culprit, Jin Kazama, in the hopes of bringing him to justice[1].

Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
Lei is seen eating noodles as Marshall Law is seen walking past. Lei trips Law, but he lands on his hands and gets back on his feet. Lei, having finished his noodles, now prepares to fight Law, who taunts him. The fight ends with both men kicking each other in the face and are later seen in the ground in pain but able to do a fist bump.

Trivia

  • He has a special tag throw with Wang Jinrei Feng Wei, Leo Kliesen, Marshall and Forest Law. When he will grab the opponent's arm and back hand punch them (Performing "Fallen Tree") then he will duck allowing his partner to kick the opponent's head [1].
  • His item move has him repeatedly hit the opponent with a wooden chair.
  • He has a special win pose with Mokujin where the two start sparring against each other.
  • The tag on his right arm in Hwoarang's ending is "2011", the year of Tekken Tag Tournament 2's arcade release.


Street Fighter X Tekken

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Character Portrait: Lei, Street Fighter X Tekken.
Lei vs Dudley

Lei will be featured as a playable DLC character only in PS3 and PSP Vita.

Prolouge (In-Game Text)

Christie is searching for her teacher, Eddy, who has disappeared once again. Lei Wulong is searching for Eddy as part of his own investigation. their only lead is a man matching Eddy's description. spotted among Shadaloo and Mishima Zaibatsu forces that are searching for Pandora in the Antarctic.

Lei: I don't know if the rumors are true or not. but it's not like we going to find any more information here. I'd really appreciate it if you tag along on this one.

Christie: There's so much I need to tell Eddy. if there's even a chance that I'll find him there of course I'm willing to go.

Christie agrees to work with Lei to find Eddy in the Antarctic. And stop Pandora from falling into the wrong hands.

Lei: Ready to get a move on Christie?

Christie: Anytime you like!

Rival Battle

As Lei reminds Christie that they weren't the only ones going for the box he points out a strange team of a Brit (Dudley) and a Kenyan (Elena). As it turns out the two were nearby and Elena eagerly challenged Christie to fight, much to Lei's displeasure.

Ending

Lei informs his superiors that the white light that suddenly appeared had no signs of radiation on him or Christie. Later he spots Eddy who tells him that extraction had been canceled. Lei angrily tells Eddy that Christie had gone through the entire world looking for him, but he is just asked by Eddy to tell Christie to forget him. Later Lei apologizes for not stopping Eddy but Christie decides to continue her search.

Other Media

Tekken: The Motion Picture

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Tekken: The Motion Picture Lei Wulong.

Lei Wulong is featured in Tekken: The Motion Picture, in which he partnered up with Jun Kazama to investigate Heihachi Mishima and the Mishima Zaibatsu during the Tournament. Rather than actually competing in the Tournament, Lei infiltrates the island's underground base with Jack-2's help. He is also seen to be flirting with Jun, and expresses severe concern for her well-being later on. This behavior gave cause to fans to speculate whether or not he had deeper feelings for her.


Tekken: Blood Vengeance

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Lei's message.

Lei has a very brief cameo in the Tekken: Blood Vengeance movie. He is shown having delivered a message via phone to Ling Xiaoyu and Alisa Bosconovitch regarding Heihachi.

Videos

Character Trivia

  • Lei is based on martial artist, Jackie Chan. Even Lei's nickname, 'Super Cop', is a nod to Chan as it is the subtitle of the movie Police Story III starring Chan as the main character.
  • Lei once appeared in a SONY commercial.
  • Lei's Double Foot Stomp throw is very similar to that of Jackie Chan's throw at Jackie Chan Stuntmaster, although it has a different distance to succeed it.
  • Lei rivals in Tekken Card Challenge are Yoshimitsu, Ling Xiaoyu and Bryan Fury.
  • His office during a cinematic trailer for Street Fighter x Tekken is filled with Capcom related items such as cup noodles with Capcom's logo, a poster of Street Fighter and a toy Blanka
  • Lei is the only character introduced in Tekken 2 who returns for every subsequent main game. This makes him one of the four characters to appear in all but one canonical Tekken game, the others being Anna, Lee, Marshall Law and Kazuya.
  • Lei is the only Tekken character in Street Fighter X Tekken whose English and Japanese voice actors originally voiced Lei in the Tekken series.


Quotes

Pre-fight Quotes Win Quotes
Let’s go. You’re not good enough.
Come on. Humph!

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Pre-fight
You have the right to remain silent.
Let's get this started.

Street Fighter X Tekken

Pre-fight Win-quote
I guess I found the right suspect. I don't believe robots can perform the Five Forms... And besides, isn't a freaking chainsaw enough!?
Christie, focus on this fight! Alright, that's enough for today! Good workout, right? Now for payment, you're treating me to some dinner!
I had a friend who was like you. He let himself go and gained a ton of weight... I HATED fighting him.
Bryan Fury... You... What do you hope to accomplish with that body?
Christie, about Eddy... Apparently he's with Jin now.
Hey, can't you and your family just get along? The world is not the Mishima's playground.
Don't put all your eggs in one basket, kid. Your kicks may be good, but if that's all you have, you're done.
Yes! It worked! That iron body is really something else, although my wrist is freaking hurting like hell now.
Wake up, Jin Kazama! Don't allow the Devil Gene to control you!
Not bad for a young lady! Bright, caring and stubborn... Any man would have his hands full with you.
We know that you're behind everything that's happening, so tell me, what exactly is it you're planning?
That's a nice mask you have there! It looks like the real thing! Huh? Wait... How do you get it off? N-no way...
Geez, why do I have to play babysitter with this bea... Huh? You want to watch TV? In the CITY!? What the...!?
I see, you were a part of the Tekken Force... How does it feel to fight your former comrades?
These money-making schemes you have aren't doing your family any good. How about being an honest-to-goodness chef?
If you're going to look like me, at least try to move like me! And I don't think I'm really that weak, do you? (Vs himself)
So you're the daughter of the president of Rochefort Enterprises... Shouldn't you be doing something a little more ladylike?
Still the same violent brute as before. You haven't changed, have you? Do you need some more time behind bars?
Precise surgical strikes, incredibly powerful attacks... Are you really OK working in the shadows like this?
Ogre... Why are you still here? I have a bad feeling about this...
It's nice to have a dream! You have a lot of optimism! Now, all you have to do is win!
You say that it's just business, and it's nothing personal. Aren't you in over your head here?
How are you holding up? You don't seem to be your usual self. Did you run into Nina?
How is your master doing? Tell him I'll drop in sometime for a visit so we can spar for a couple of hours.
You have a sinister aura around you, despite your flashy appearance. That sword, and you... Just what are you?


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