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Displayed here is a list of new rankings in Tekken 6, from lowest to highest. Some of them are pre-existing ranks from Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection.

Note: Japanese rank names in brackets, most are not literal translations.


The Following Order

Brown

  • Beginner (入門生 nyūmonsei)

Caramel

  • 9th Kyu (九級 kyūkyū)
  • 8th Kyu (八級 hachikyū)
  • 7th Kyu (七級 nanakyū)
  • 6th Kyu (六級 rokkyū)
  • 5th Kyu (五級 gokyū)
  • 4th Kyu (四級 yonkyū)
  • 3rd Kyu (三級 sankyū)
  • 2nd Kyu (二級 nikyū)
  • 1st Kyu (一級 ikkyū)

White

  • 1st Dan (初段 shodan)
  • 2nd Dan (二段 nidan)
  • 3rd Dan (三段 sandan)

Blue

  • 4th Dan (四段 yondan)
  • Mentor (師範代 shihandai)
  • Master (免許皆伝 menkyokaiden)

Green

  • Rogue (飛燕 hien)
  • Brawler (餓狼 garō)
  • Marauder (猛虎 mōko)
  • Berserker (飛龍 hiryū)

Yellow

  • Warrior (剛拳 kōken)
  • Avenger (狂拳 kyōken)
  • Vindicator (魔拳 maken)
  • Juggernaut (滅拳 mekken)

Orange

  • Vanquisher (修羅 shura)
  • Destroyer (羅刹 rasetsu)
  • Conqueror (羅漢 rakan)
  • Savior (羅将 rashō)

Red

  • Champion (夜叉 yasha)
  • Overlord (紅蓮 guren)
  • Sage (無双 musō)
  • Legend (拳聖 kensei)

Light Blue

  • Fujin (風神 fūjin)
  • Raijin (雷神 raijin)
  • Yaksa (鬼神 kishin)
  • Raksasa (戦神 senshin)
  • Asura (武神 bushin)  - "Lord of War" in Arcade Version

Vermillion

  • Dragon Lord (龍王 ryūō, lit. Dragon King)
  • Tekken Lord (鉄拳王 tekkenō)
  • Tekken Emperor (鉄拳覇皇 tekken tennō) - Added in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion

Gold (Added in Bloodline Rebellion)

  • Tekken God (鉄拳神 tekkenshin) - Last ranking
  • God of gods

Trivia

  • The ranking system in Tekken 6 is heavily based on the dan (段 dan) and kyu (級 kyū) ranking systems used in Japanese martial arts. The dan system which is used in modern fine arts and martial arts was created by Kanō Jigorō.
  • Many of the Japanese ranks in this game, make references to East Asian mythology.

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