A Rage Art is a type of move introduced in Tekken 7. It is a powerful attack with power crushing properties that can only be used when a fighter has Rage. Rage Arts are similar to Ultra Combos in the Street Fighter IV series and Critical Edges in Soulcalibur V. Rage Arts were the only moves that let a character expend their Rage status until the introduction of Rage Drives in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution.
List of Rage Arts in Tekken 7
- Akuma- Wrath of the Raging Demon. Akuma strafes towards his opponent and grabs them. Four kanji appear on the screen (一瞬千撃', Isshun Sengeki, "One instant/blink, thousand hits"). The screen then goes black as Akuma strikes the opponent multiple times in a short period of time. Akuma is then shown standing over the opponent, back to the camera with the kanji 天 (ten, "heaven") emblazoned on his back. Like in the Street Fighter series, Akuma cannot combo into this move during a juggle. This Rage Art is unblockable and can only be avoided by being far enough away or by jumping.
- Alisa Bosconovitch- Incapacitates her opponent with a chainsaw on her right hand before thrusting her opponent into the air with two chainsaws. She then shoots her opponent with her Rocket Punches as they fall to the ground. This Rage Art can be ducked as it is a high attack.
- Asuka Kazama - Stuns the opponent with her Mist Palm Thrust move and follows up with a White Heron Dance and a Windmill Kick to launch her opponent before she hits them on the way down with the strong straight punch from her "You're gonna get hurt!" intro pose.
- Bryan Fury- Begins with a Chopping Elbow and then uppercuts the opponent into the air. He hits the opponent on the way down with a Mach Kick and punches them away with a Mach Breaker before performing his taunt.
- Claudio Serafino- Knocks the opponent into the air with an uppercut and manifests a blue light resembling an arrow in his hands. He unleashes the energy, shooting the magical arrow into the opponent as they fall to the ground.
- Devil Jin- Takes flight and swoops under his opponent before shooting them into the sky with a red forehead laser. He then grinds their face along the ground and finishes them off with a second forehead laser.
- Devil Jin has a new Rage Art in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution. The updated move has him swoop under the opponent, propelling them into the air, before flying through them multiple times and finishing them off with his forehead laser, smashing them into the ground.
- Eddy Gordo- Performs a spinning roundhouse kick to his opponents stomach before circling the them while performing a five hit combo of punches and kicks, the last hit of which launches the opponent. Eddy then performs a jumping roundhouse kick as they fall to the ground.
- Eliza- Performs a flying knee attack to ground the opponent. She then picks them up with her Dark Wave powers and traps them in a sphere of energy before powering up her fist and hitting the opponent out of the sphere with a dashing punch.
- Emilie De Rochefort- Performs the first part of her Alstroemeria move, followed by a Backflip Spinning Edge and finishing with a Twist Backflip stomp.
- Feng Wei- Palm strikes the opponent in the gut then uses a rising palm to launch the opponent into the air. He finishes with a final punch to the gut as the opponent falls to the ground.
- Geese Howard- Performs his Rashoumon move from the King of Fighters series; he throws his opponent into the air, swirls his arms to gather chi and fires it into the landing opponent.
- Gigas- Leaps towards the opponent and smashes them into the ground with both fists. He continuously pounds on their head multiple times before digging his hands underneath them and chucking them into the air, letting them slam violently back down the ground.
- Heihachi Mishima- Strikes the opponent once and launches them into the air with a Rising Uppercut. He finishes with his Demon Breath attack as the opponent falls to the ground.
- Hwoarang- Kicks the opponent with a straight left kick to the gut and follows up with a fast flurry of kicks before finishing him/her off with a spin kick. This Rage Art can only be used in Flamingo Stance and can't be punished on block.
- Jack-7- Performs a Gigaton Punch, throws the opponent into in the air, juggles them with with his Piston Gun move and finishes them off with second Gigaton Punch. This move is similar to Jack-X's Super Art, Giant Rush, in Street Fighter X Tekken.
- Jin Kazama- Strikes the opponent with a right punch and follows up with a flurry of jabs. He finishes with a more powerful version of the Median Line Destruction. This Rage Art is cannot be punished on block but it can be ducked as it is a high attack.
- Josie Rizal- Uppercuts her opponent, executes two kicks in mid air and knocks her opponent to the ground with a spike.
- Josie has a new Rage Art in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution. Her updated move has her uppercut the opponent into the air and perform a mid-air knee kick to their gut, followed by a punch that slams the opponent to the ground.
- Katarina Alves- She begins with a spinning kick to the opponent and follows up with her Acid Storm move before back-flip kicking the opponent into the air. She finishes them off with a Pulse Blast as they fall to the ground.
- Kazumi Mishima/ Devil Kazumi- Punches her opponent hard in the gut, launches them with an uppercut and unleashes a flurry of punches and kicks to them in midair before slamming them to the ground with a heavy punch to their chest.
- Kazuya Mishima- Staggers his opponent with a Glorious Demon God Fist and then launches them with an Electric Wind Godfist. He then transforms into Devil Kazuya and fires a strong forehead laser into his opponent as they fall to the ground. This move is similar to his Super Art in Street Fighter X Tekken.
- King- Lariats the opponent, picks them up, does his trademark "point" to the camera and performs a jumping Power Bomb on the foe.
- Kuma- Uppercuts the opponent into the air, grabs a salmon out of nowhere then uses the fish like a baseball bat to perform a home run on the opponent.
- Lars Alexandersson- Punches the opponent hard in the chest, follows up with three more punches and finishes with his Zeus move.
- Lee Chaolan/ Violet- Begins with a gut punch, follows up with Machine Gun Kicks, then throws a bomb resembling a rose into the opponent. Lee then turns towards the camera and away from the opponent as the rose explodes.
- Leo Kliesen- Punches the opponent multiple times and finishes with a heavy shoulder strike.
- Ling Xiaoyu- Assumes a Phoenix Stance with her left hand on the ground, performs Phoenix Cannon, follows up with Shooting Star before using her Mistrust kick to launch the opponent. She finishes by using Fortune on her airborne opponent, knocking them away. Her Rage Art is based on the move she uses to defeat Heihachi's bodyguards on the yacht in Tekken 3's console opening.
- Lucky Chloe- Lanches the opponent into the air with a low kick and juggles them several times with low spin kicks similar to Lei's Windmill throw before letting them crash into the ground. This Rage Art has two variations that appear if the player inputs certain commands during the move. In one she finishes the opponent with an uppercut, and in another she strikes a pose as opponent falls to the ground. She has the only Rage Art that is a low attack.
- Marshall Law- Punches the opponent in the stomach, follows up with a powerful Dragon Judgement, pauses, then finishes with a Dragon Flight to the face.
- Master Raven- Performs a teleporting dive kick on her opponent, knocking them into the air, and then slashes them four times with her sword. She slices through them one more time as they fall to the ground, hitting them back up into the air and sending them crashing down to the ground as she holsters her sword.
- Miguel Caballero Rojo- Punches the opponent and knocks them away with a straight kick. The camera then switches to a first-person perspective from the opponents point to view as Miguel punches them three times in the face. The camera reverts back to normal as Miguel delivers a final, double handed blow.
- Nina Williams- Stuns the opponent with a variation of Blonde Bomb before executing a complicated twisting throw on her opponent, finishing by putting them in a submission hold between her legs and snapping their neck.
- Panda- Juggles her opponent in the air like a volleyball several times before spiking them hard into the ground.
- Paul Phoenix- Starts with a Hammer Punch that hits so hard it bounces the opponent off the ground and into the air. Paul finishes with a massive Burning Fist as the opponent falls to the ground. This rage art can be cancelled after the first hit, turning it into a launcher. This move is similar to his Super Art from Street Fighter X Tekken.
- Robert Richards- Starts by punching the opponent in the gut followed by a barrage of punches and a single roundhouse kick. He then jumps into the air and performs a strong diving punch.
- Sergei Dragunov- Performs a faster version of his Sub-Zero move on the opponent, followed by a swift backhand punch and finishes with a Blizzard Hammer that hits so hard it sends the opponent bouncing of the ground and into the air. He finishes with a Stinger Kick as they falls to the ground.
- Dragunov has a new Rage Art in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution. His updated move involves him performing a fast Sub-Zero before punching the opponent in the gut. Dragunov slowly walks towards them as they double over in pain. He then performs an strong Blizzard Hammer that smashes them into the ground.
- Shaheen- Punches the opponent in the gut before launching them into the air. He jumps up and puts the opponent into a submission hold as they slam into the ground.
- Steve Fox- Performs a Hellfire and follows up with three more punches. He finishes with an uppercut and taunts them as they crash violently into the ground.
- Yoshimitsu- Slashes through the opponent with both swords multiple times before finishing him/her off with a Moonsault Slayer.
Tekken (Mobile) Rage Arts
In Tekken (Mobile), some characters gain new Rage Arts whilst returning characters gain Rage Arts exclusive to the mobile version:
- Kazuya Mishima- Knocks his opponent into the air with a Wind God Fist, performs a Hell Lancer while they are airborne and finishes with a vicious Dragon Uppercut.
- Craig Marduk- Throws his opponent to the floor, pummels them in the gut and follows up with three powerful stomps to their stomach.
- Bruce Irvin- Knees his opponent in the stomach seven times in a row, launching them into the air.
- Christie Monteiro- Performs a spinning roundhouse kick, follows up with a Rio Special then juggles the opponent in the air five times with spinning roundhouse kicks.
Most Rage Arts are mid attacks, meaning they can hit both standing and crouching opponents. All Rage Arts except Akuma's can be blocked, however, and all except for Jin and Hwoarang's are punishable on block.
Rage Arts do more damage the less health the user has. As Rage Arts have power crushing properties a fighter who initiates one can still execute the attack if they are hit during the start up animation (as long as they have enough health to survive the attack), making them powerful crush moves.
However, given that Rage Art's are punishable and using them forfeits your rage status, Rage Drive's are generally safer and more useful alternatives. It is possible to combo into a Rage Art however, and this is a safe way to deal a ton of damage.
- Rage Arts are similar to Super Moves in the Street Fighter series, Critical Edges in Soulcalibur V, Power Blow from Dead or Alive 5, and Hidden Super Desperation Moves from The King of Fighters 2002.
- Lars' Rage Art based on his Super Art in Street Fighter X Tekken and his Ultimate Jutsu in Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 2.
- Jin's Rage Art is similar to his Super Move "Jab" in Project X Zone and the move that Jin uses to finish off Heihachi in Tekken: Blood Vengeance.
- Akuma's Rage Art is Wrath of the Raging Demon, his first Ultra Combo in the Street Fighter IV series.
- Devil Jin's Rage Art is the Critical Edge that a custom character in Soulcalibur V can use when using Devil Jin's moveset, with some minor changes.
- Josie's initial Rage Art is similar to Xiba's Critical Edge in Soulcalibur V. It has since been changed in Fated Retribution.
- Dragunov's new Rage Art bears a resemblance to Q's Deadly Double Combination in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike.
- Kuma and Panda's Rage Art are based on Shoma Sawamura's Grand Slam and his Homerun Hitter from Capcom's Rival Schools series.