As a child, Chloe's parents took her to a Expo and exposed her to the Japanese Idol culture and since then, she has always wanted to be an Idol. With her good looks, she set out on being the world's best Idol and named herself Lucky Chloe.
Donning her cute costume, she went out to show the world her dance moves and put other pros to shame. She quickly became world famous when her dancing became viral on internet video sites. (However, North Americans hates her)
Since then, she has collaborated with the G Corporation and has signed a contract with them. She became a popular face of the company and is used in advertisements by the G Corporation as the company image. Despite the current struggle between G Corporation and Mishima Zaibatsu, she always puts on a smile and happy face during these difficult times.
Lucky Chloe is revealed to be mischievous and childish as seen in Eddy's ending where she outsmarts Eddy by giving a drawing note to think its a real note leads to Kazuya's whereabouts. However in both Jack-7 and her ending, she is showing her bratty side within her personality where she forced Eddy to cross-dress as a woman to practice her signature pose for live shows and blaming Jack-7 for getting bumped behind him. She also shows no concern when witnessing Jack-7 falling off the G Corporation tower.
Lucky Chloe is shown to be a cute teenager. She has long, possibly ankle length blonde hair tied into two mid-centered long ponytails. She has aqua eyes and she appears to don Neko clothing such as pink headphones with black neko ears attached. She wears a furry, pastel pink bolero jacket that cover her hands with pink buttons in a paw design underneath. It has her name on the back of it.
She is wearing a pink and black dress with a short, ruffled skirt, with laces in the back and a pink bow. There are what appears to be pink mini-speakers at her sides, as well as a black cat tail accessory. She's wearing black thigh-high tights with a keyhole design in the front with a tiny heart at the top. She wears pink knee pads with pink and white training shoes with black straps.
Her colour palette on her second outfit it aqua, this replaces the pink on her original clothes. Her hair and accessories remain the same but the colours also change.
Lucky Chloe is a pop sensation, and the face of the G Corporation brand. When a mysterious man burst into G Corp and took out guard after guard with dance-like techniques, Lucky Chloe fearlessly walked right up to him and blocked his path.
She threw the man one of her trademark smiles and issued him a challenge: Fight her, and if he loses he'll have to work as her backup dancer! Without caring if he'd accepted the conditions or not, she prepared for battle.
Ending Description: Lucky Chloe teaches Eddy her signature pose, but notices him falling behind. Chloe kicks him for the error and demands he holds up his end of their bargain as her backup dancer. The two then proceed, with Eddy failing and Chloe kicking him each time. The scene finally ends with Eddy yelling "No!" after Chloe tells him that he will dress as a girl when they perform live.
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- Lucky Chloe bears a strong resemblance to Marie Rose from the Dead or Alive series.
- She also has many similarities to Eileen from the Virtua Fighter series.
- Lucky Chloe has received both criticism and praise by fans due to her appearance and personality. The backlash against her was so vocal (with some people referring to her as a "furry Vocaloid idol"), however, that it prompted Tekken producer Harada to jokingly remark that she would be replaced in the North American version by a bald, muscular skinhead and that she would be exclusive only to the East Asia and Europe regions. However, some gaming news publications (I.E. VG24/7) reported it as fact, leading to Harada clarifying that those tweets were a joke and Lucky Chloe is playable in all regions.
- Harada stated that Lucky Chloe is not from Japan, though she is a fan of Japanese Pop culture. He also said that she is hiding a "big secret".
- Lucky Chloe, like Lee/Violet, speaks both Japanese and English. However, the language that Lee/Violet speaks corresponds to his respective identity.
- Lucky Chloe's unblockable move, Lucky Corkscrew (ub+4), is similar to Eddy and Christie's Fruit Picker unblockable move, although the damage dealt when she executes the move is much greater than that of the last two fighters.
- In Tekken: Kazuya's Revenge, there is a character that is similar to Lucky Chloe who shares the same name as her, as well as sporting the same hairstyle.
- Her ending is a reference to Yoshimitsu's interlude against Raven in Tekken 5 when he loses against him and was taught to use Ninjutsu hand signs but failed much to Raven's disappointment. In Lucky Chloe's case, she teaches Eddy her striking pose but kicks him several times as he fails, and also forces Eddy to cross-dress as a woman to practice the pose much to his horrible shock.
- ^ a b http://www.tekken-official.jp/tk7ac/character/luckyChloe.php
- ^ https://twitter.com/Harada_TEKKEN/status/541463384202289152
- ^ http://shoryuken.com/2014/12/11/no-tekken-7s-lucky-chloe-is-not-exclusive-to-japan-and-europe/
- ^ http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/12/09/tekken-boss-responds-to-fan-backlash-regarding-lucky-chloe?zeta_id=7373723719&utm_source=Games%20Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=12.09+Newsletter_27537_1598936_1598967&utm_content=7373723719
- ^ https://twitter.com/Harada_TEKKEN/status/541800597889245185
- ^ https://www.vg247.com/2014/12/08/new-tekken-7-character-wont-be-coming-west/
- ^ https://twitter.com/Harada_TEKKEN/status/542281994122457090