Is It Mishima Family Tradition To Throw A Family Member Off From Somewhere?

Tekken's my favorite fighting game franchise or should I say one of them but what in the world is it with tossing members of the Mishima bloodline from off somewhere? Let's talk bout the incidents whether it's the canon storyline or the non-canon endings. Some of them are a reversal of what happened first.

What we could talk about first is Kazuya and Heihachi. It's revealed that Heihachi threw off Kazuya down a cliff to see if he can truly survive or if he also had the Devil Gene. In the first Tekken game it ended with Heihachi getting thrown from that same cliff. In Tekken 2, we have Heihachi throwing Kazuya into a volcano hoping to end the Devil Gene bloodline. In Tekken 7, Kazuya does the same thing to Heihachi for the sake of another revenge.

We can also see the non-canon endings tend to put the throwing off problem. If you finished the game with Heihachi in Tekken 3, his ending will show you throwing his grandson Jin off a helicopter. In Tekken 6, Heihachi's ending shows him throwing his son and grandson into outer space before he ends up getting thrown out himself.

So what's missing? We just need Lars to get thrown down from somewhere. He's still part of that same bloodline isn't he?

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