Yes, it's a teleport from his d+3+4 stance. Trust me. It's rather worthless.MKF30 said:m2dave said:You're probably talking about Yoshimitsu. He's the guy with the weird-looking moves and the sword.MKF30 said:Heihachi is that weird looking dude, kind of like the Tekken Scorpion looks undead with powers lol. He's the dude that spins on his ass and teleports right with the sword?
He seemed like a pain to master, but I used to pick him just cause he looked badass.
Heihachi is somebody completely different.
He's not re-used, by the way. He's probably the best character in Tekken 5: DR. It's either him or Devil Jin. Most of the Mishimas (Devil Jin, Kazuya, and Heihachi) share the same moves in execution but they usually have different properties. All of them have the Electric Wind Godfist, which is why they're the best in DR.
Yeah, my fault lol. That's the guy I'm referring to Yoshimitsu. Also has like a weird mask, similar to V's smile but a bit different, yeah that dude lol.
Also, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong but didn't he have an invisible move also similar to reptile in MK? Or just the teleport?
P.S. Raging Storm, great observation on the fighters sets. So true.
And that was Jinpachi, indeed. He is a boss character in Tekken 5.0 (only usable via a third party device) and is the first Tekken boss ever to exhibit what people refer to as the "SNK Boss Syndrome" symptons; meaning, he can shoot numerous fireballs at you, which are all unblockable, mid and very hard to side step. Jinpachi also has other over-powered moves, including that 15 frame low stun attack, which stuns you (and even picks up from the ground) for like four seconds. After the stun attack, he usually follows up with a fireball, and there is nothing you can do about it.
He is ONLY playable in the PS3 version of Tekken 5: DR, though. He is severly toned down but he is still banned in all major Tekken 5: DR tournaments.