Hello. I just want to tell you that in the article Tekken: Tatakai no Kanatani all pages except cover is NOT from manga. First off all, manga is black&white and reads from right to left! This is western comic. Please delete this images. Thanks in advance.
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Regarding Bailey's association with the role of Christie Montiero, it was presumed to be her thanks to the nonunion nature of the voice production and its location (Cup of Tea Productions) in the same vein as John Dimaggio as Marduk and Veronica Taylor as Leo. None of these were true; the page creator had no definitive proof of their own and was merely promoting an unofficial claim. This claim, combined with a general lack of evidence (be it supportive or disproving) from a largely dormant and otherwise less "in tune" fanbase, caused this name to stick, but do not confuse lack of contrasting activity as an indicator of a definitve answer. The voice itself simply does not resemble Bailey's. In my research I found another actress at Cup of Tea Productions whose natural voice is a perfect fit: Nicole Balick-Karrer, who was the voice of Tear Grants in Tales of the Abyss (compare this role to the higher-pitched, younger sounding Bailey). She is nowhere near Bailey's level of publicity or renownedness, hence why she was not figured out right away.
I'm sorry I cannot provide official proof from Balick. She keeps a low profile and only wants certain roles to be known to be done by her despite admitting to Tear on Twitter. If you want I can try to get a message from Bailey that says she wasn't Chrisite, but I cannot promise you that I will come back with anything at all.
Hey Seddie... There's a contributor just edited Nina and they made her profile and her background into a Xenogear character which is a nanomachine type or something. Is it okay if Toilethead101 or anyone else would undo this?
Well, she is a very sociable person, the closet thing the series ever has for the good guy (or girl), lays the smack down on others who deserve it, makes her goal to save the world and even manages to save a kitten on the Tekken 5 intro. That's all these qualities that you'd offer.
"was known as a nosy kid who liked to fix other peoples' problems, usually by knockout", that's not sociable at all, that's called "violent". "lays the smack down on others who deserve it", when have we actually seen her fight off thugs like Bob, actually fight Feng in canon story. The only close thing was when guys get involved with her breasts, and that's not actually a crime of any sort in her endings, and only perverted at worst. Lots of characters have the goal to save the world (Zafina, Julia, Nina, Mokujin, Wang, Xiao, Lei, Jin) but being a hero means they actually did something significant about it, Asuka has NOTHING worth noting. Saves a kitten = instant hero. Your standards for a "hero" are very poor.