Mokujin in Tekken Tag Tournament 2
|Game Appearances||Tekken 3|
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection
Tekken Tag Tournament
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Mokujin has no fighting style of his own, instead, he chooses the fighting style of another playable Tekken character that is competing in the current tournament and uses it. Mokujin changes fighting styles after every round, although it will occasionally use the same fighting style two rounds in a row.
In addition to this, Mokujin will mimic the pre-fight and win animations of whomever it is mimicking, but it will not make any sounds during them, because of its inability to speak.
Mokujin is a training dummy made from a 2000 year old oak tree.
Mokujin has been kept in a museum for a long time, but when the God of Fighting awoke, it gained self-identity and started to act on its own. Some people say it is motivated by the desire to help martial artists, and only God and Mokujin know for sure.
Ending Description: Mokujin receives an uppercut from a female version of Mokujin. Mokujin lands on his stomach. The female version of Mokujin throws a bucket on his back, and then she shakes her fist. Then, Mokujin is shown filling two buckets up with water from a lake. Mokujin walks back to the forest, carrying the two buckets filled with water. He sees two smaller Mokujin near a Tekken 3 arcade machine. One of them is playing the game, and the other one is just watching. Then, Mokujin starts playing. The two smaller Mokujin watch him play. He uses Mokujin (the male version), and he fights Mokujin (the female version). The male version of Mokujin (the one that Mokujin is using) wins the fight. Mokujin claps his hands. The female version of Mokujin, seen at the beginning of this video, appears behind him. Mokujin turns around, notices her, and he receives another uppercut.
Mokujin was a wooden dummy made from white oak that was used to train martial artists.
Once again, Mokujin has started to move upon the emergence of a powerful entity...
Will Mokujin ever be free?
Ending Description: Mokujin has defeated Jinpachi. With the defeat of the force that awakened him, Mokujin falls to ground, lifeless. A column of light then shoots from the sky onto Mokujin, and a small leaf sprouts on his nose.
Mokujin is a training dummy made from a 2,000-year-old oak tree. Sensing evil's presence, Mokujin once again sets out to save the world.
Ending Description: A woman is narrating what seems to be a fairytale like rendition of Mokujin's journey to defeating Azazel. It seems light-hearted at first as it sees Mokujin "crossing mountains, oceans and deserts" all while driving a car. Finally he meets Azazel (referred to as the "Dark Lord" in this ending) and defeats him. In the end, the light-hearted tone of the ending is twisted: Mokujin is seen sitting on a throne with other Mokujin saluting him, a parody of Jin Kazama's Tekken 5 ending.
Mokujin appeared in Tekken Tag Tournament as a playable character. A playable metallic clone of Mokujin called Tetsujin was also in the game.
Ending Description: Mokujin and Tetsujin are practicing moves that is very identical to Northern Style Wushu with many other Mokujin. Mokujin, Tetsujin and the other Mokujin perform all of their moves in unison. This ending animation ends with Mokujin/Tetsujin and the Mokujin pointing at the screen. This ending takes place in Forrest Law's second Tekken Tag Tournament stage, which is called "Law-B".
Mokujin appears as a playable character in Namco X Capcom.
Mokujin, or rather many Mokujin wooden dummies, make an appearance in the Blood Vengeance film. They are summoned together by Heihachi Mishima to create a gigantic monster. It is eventually toppled by the combined efforts of Alisa Bosconovitch and Devil Jin.
Mokujin appears in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 as a playable character.
Ending Description: After winning the King of Iron Fist Tournament, Mokujin is invited to the Namco Bandai office to do a interview. When he arrives at the office, he see a female version of Mokujin working in the reception. They're falling in love suddenly. They're spent their time together. At last, the female Mokujin want to send a letter that says "I Love You!". But Mokujin dissapeared to help the female Mokujin serve the customers. Unfortunately, the female Mokujin doesn't appreciate it. She then uppercuts Mokujin and serve the customer with herself. The ending was nearly similiar to Mokujin's Tekken 3 ending.
Character Relationships Edit
- Ogre - He was brought to life in Tekken 3 by Ogre's evil.
- Tetsujin - He is the wooden version of Tetsujin.
- Jinpachi Mishima - He was brought to life in Tekken 5 / Dark Resurrection by Jinpachi's evil.
- Azazel - It is implied in Mokujin's Tekken 6 profile that he was brought to life by Azazel's evil.
- mokujin is based on the movie Shaolin Wooden Men, starring Jackie Chan.
- Mokujin's name is written in Kanji as 木人, and literally means "person of wood", "Wooden man", or simply "wooden person".
- Mokujin's fighting style is actually called 木人拳 (Mokujin-ken, Wooden person fist).
- If you select Mokujin and press and hold 'down' on the d-pad while the game is loading, the traditional sound, heard when getting hit, is switched with the sound of striking a block of wood. This applies for all games, though in Tekken 3, it sounds more like the "clicks" of wooden chimes.
- In every game he appears in so far, Mokujin is brought to life by evil forces.
- Mokujin only makes the sounds of wood knocking in its interludes, which is its form of communication.
- When mimicking characters from the Mishima bloodline, instead of that lightning effect on impact he will show green leaves near his hands on impact.
- is the oldest character in the series
- Mokujin is the only character who does not face Heihachi Mishima at the end of Stage 4 (Mishima Fortress) in the Tekken Force side game. Instead, Mokujin will face himself at the end of this stage.
- Mokujin's bosses in the Tekken Force side game are all Mokujins.
- Mokujin is available after beating the game four times.
- Mokujin (alongside Jin Kazama in his non-devil form) was the only character not shown in the console opening.
- He also adapts a tail when fighting as Roger Jr., though in Tekken Tag Tournament, Mokujin lacks a tail, but can still use Roger's moves utilizing one.
- In Practice Mode, there is a white dummy used to show combos, who looks like Mokujin.
- Mokujin is available after beating story mode or time trial 8 times.
- Whenever Mokujin is mimicking Yoshimitsu, along with adapting his sword, he will also adapt a scabbard, due to Yoshimitsu's new ability to sheathe his sword.
- Both of Mokujin's item moves, Butterflies and Exhaust Pipes, are activated during rage mode.
- In Scenario Campaign, Mokujin is a boss at the Subterranean Pavilion.
- Many Tekken fighters and minions (Tekken Force and G-Corporation ex.) in Scenario Campaign are shocked when Mokujin is talking.
- Mokujin is the only character who does not have a stable special tag throw, due to him changing styles every round.
- When the both players choose Mokujin's default costume, the second player will get female Mokujin's costume color.
- Mokujin makes a cameo appearence in the game, Point Blank 3.
- In the multi-company crossover game Cross Edge, Mokujin appears as a training dummy named Woodman.
- In Street Fighter X Tekken, Pac-Man pilots a robot that looks similiar to Mokujin, the difference being that it is much larger and has its face on its stomach.
- A fighting dummy resembling Mokujin is seen in Lollipop Chainsaw's prologue cutscene.