Takeda Takahashi (高橋武田) is a student of Shirai Ryu leader Hanzo Hasashi and Kenshi's son. Earthrealm (The enhanced version is called Whip Flip, doing more damage while leaving the opponent in the air.). Takeda is shown to take his battles seriously, but does make wise cracks during so. (The enhanced version is called Double Spear Ryu and has Takeda impale his opponent with both spears before whipping them over his head and across the arena. After his mother was killed by the Red Dragon, he was entrusted to Hanzo when his father left to avenge her death. Takeda Takahashi (高橋武田) is a student of Shirai Ryu leader Hanzo Hasashi and Kenshi's son. Species ), ▪   Whip Trip: Takeda lashes out with his whips at a low angle, snatching his opponent's ankles and tripping them. The enhanced version is called Blade Summon and does more damage while driving the opponent higher into the air. He was announced via the February 27th Story Trailer. Human For other uses of the word Takeda, see the disambiguation page named Takeda. He made his first appearance in the MKX comic series. He ultimately proves his heroism and bravery when he confronts all the revenants (along with Jacqui) at the Sky Temple in order for the rest of his team to stop Shinnok, despite his injuries. Takeda Takahashi Kool Whip: 2, 1, 2 Whip it Out: D, B, 3 Portrayers In Mortal Kombat This article is about the son of Kenshi Takahashi. Takashi Takeda is a character in Mortal Kombat X. With a grin, he activates the serrated edges of his whips, hooking his opponent's spine and then drags it out through his opponent's mouth. Takeda made his playable debut in Mortal Kombat X, serving as one of the protagonists in the game's Story Mode. He then proceeds by violently smashing the dismembered vertebrae into the opponent's mouth as they fall over. Concept art and sketches reveal that Takeda was going to use eight different sword-like weapons and was code named. He made his first appearance in the MKX comic series. Move specific to Lasher Variation. ), ▪   Quick Phase: Takeda crouches and teleports, reappearing behind his enemy and punching them. General Information ▪   Blade Drop: Takeda throws the hilt of one of his plasma swords under his opponent and can follow up with: ▪   Blade Kall where he telekinetically calls the spinning plasma blade back to him while knocking his enemy into the air. He then delivers an axe kick to their face, caving in the majority of their skull. Real Name ), ▪   Spear Ryu: Takeda launches one of his whip spears into his opponent, drags them over with a spin tug and punches them across the face. For Mortal Kombat X on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Takeda fatality" - Page 3. Takeda made his playable debut in Mortal Kombat X, serving as one of the protagonists in the game's Story Mode. He still keeps his headband to represent his connection to the Shirai Ryu, along with a neck warmer. Takeda's whips appear to be based on the Urumi (also known as the Curling Sword). ), ▪   Tornado Strike: Takeda jumps into the air in a rapid spin and delivers a dropkick to his opponent if he connects with them. Games (The enhanced version is called Double Shirai Ryu Can and has Takeda start the attack with a double swing with both plasma swords before following up with the rising strike.). During the events of the Mortal Kombat X comic series, Takeda gains a set of equipment blessed by Fujin using the Jinsei's powerful life energy which was also infused to his soul, giving him a tremendous power boost that allowed to fight against and endure attacks from the likes of Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage, Kotal Kahn, Mileena, Raiden and Havik who were possessed and strengthened by Blood Magik. Takeda is a trained warrior, the apprentice of Scorpion himself, and has shown great skill with using bladed whips and plasma empowered swords in combat, referencing both his teacher Scorpion and his father Kenshi. Head Cage (Mid): Forward Back Down Down 1. Mortal Kombat XMortal Kombat X (Comic Series)Mortal Kombat MobileMortal Kombat 11 (cameo) Weapons On his arms, he bears modified gauntlets designed to fire his spear tipped, bladed whips in battle. ), ▪   Air Spear: Takeda launches one of his spears downwards at his opponent and follows up with a divekick. Fatalities Bubble Head: F, D, B, F+1 (MID) Selfie: D, F, D, B+4 (CLOSE) Stage Fatality: D, D, B, F+2 (CLOSE) Brutalities Between The Eyes: B, F+1 Must be JUMP distance away from opponent. Whips (All appearances) Katana (MKX comic) Plasma Swords (MKX) Kunai (MKX) Unlike his mentor and father, Takeda has the unique ability to form an orange, plasma-like aura around parts of his body and weapons to inflict further damage against his opponents. At the time of apprenticeship, Takeda has shaggy hair and wears ninja garb with a yellow headband. ), ▪   Shirai Ryu Reflect: Takeda swings both of his plasma swords, reflecting an opponent's projectile. Takeda (The enhanced version is called Tornado Kick and launches faster, doing more damage. ), ▪   Fist Flurry: Takeda charges his opponent and unleashes a rapid flurry of punches into their abdomen. He has also shown the power to teleport in a similar manner to his master, Scorpion. Resides He expresses great loyalty to the Shirai Ryu, as he continues to wear a yellow-orange headband to show his connection to the clan and will fight any who threatens his clan. Move specific to Ronin Variation. Move specific to Shirai Ryu Variation. Pop Goes: B, D+3 Only in HOLLYWOOD variation. ), ▪   Whip Strike: Takeda swings his blade tipped whips down in an arch. Hats Off: DF+1 Hold U before the third hit of the attack. Takeda is also in a romantic relationship with Jacqui Briggs. ), ▪   Shirai Ryu Kan: Takeda swings both of his plasma swords in a rising arch, knocking his opponent into the air. In the game, Takeda wears an armored body suit, primarily a metallic silver in color with streaks of yellow-orange along the legs and hands. Whip It Good - Takeda draws his whips, cracks them twice at his opponent, cutting off their arms, then impales them through the mouth with his whip. (The enhanced version is called Tri Kunai and has Takeda throw three kunai that explode in a rising arc. ), ▪   Whip Assault: Takeda strikes his enemy with his bladed whips and follows up with a rapid flurry of whips strikes. Takashi Takeda is a character in Mortal Kombat X. Brutalities: Armless (Universal): Press 1 … Takashi is the son of series regular, Kenshi. The requirements of the reflected projectile Brutality must still be followed in order to perform. Like his father, Kenshi, Takeda has shown some telekinetic abilities by being able to move his plasma swords with his mind, and possesses some telepathic power as well, able to read minds and overload senses with enough concentration. In his youth as depicted in the comic, Takeda wore typical clothing as a child. Parry Shen, —Takeda in Mortal Kombat X (Comic Series). He has even stated that the Shirai Ryu are his family. Even a continuous blast of power from the Amulet of Shinnok did not instantly disintegrate and kill him due to the Jinsei energy charged into his soul. (The enhanced version is called Fist Whirlwind and does more damage. This article is about the son of Kenshi Takahashi. If Takeda interacts with Scorpion in any of his masked skins, Takeda will accuse him of becoming a Revenant once more, with Scorpion confirming he has returned to Quan Chi's services, and Takeda declares that the Shirai Ryu are now his enemies due to his treachery. Though probably unintentional, even without beating the Story Mode, one can learn that Jacqui and Takeda start a relationship through interactions between Jax and Takeda or Kenshi and Jacqui. Takeda originates from Thailand and is of Asian descent, having black hair and brown eyes. For other uses of the word Takeda, see the disambiguation page named Takeda. Despite not trusting Hanzo at first because he was a wraith, Takeda becomes immensely loyal to his master over the years and sees Hanzo as a father-figure. Origin Trained in the ways of the Shirai Ryu, under the tutelage of Hanzo Hasashi, also known as Scorpion, Takeda is adept at using swords and whips in battle. Takashi is the son of series regular, Kenshi. The attack can be enhanced a second time, which will cause Takeda to slam his whips onto the opponent in the end, allowing for a juggle and dealing slightly increased damage. You have to do 1 NUT KRACKER (B, D+3) during the match. (The enhanced version is called Whip Flurry and does more damage while finishing with an overhead strike. Earthrealm (Shirai Ryu Temple, Himalayas) Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Ronin Variation. He was announced via the February 27th Story Trailer. Move specific to Shirai Ryu Variation. 'Mortal Kombat X' Kombat Class -- Takeda. ▪   Piercing Spark: Takeda clashes his plasma blades and releases a projectile beam at his opponent. He then proceeds to extend the spear blades and draws them back, ripping the rib cage/spine out of the opponent and into Takeda's hands. The weapon originates from Sri Lanka, and is a sword with a flexible whip-like blade with a function similar to a steel whip. Lasher Variation (MKX) Note: This attack replaces Fist Flurry while Takeda is in Lasher Variation. Mortal Kombat Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. So in lieu of that, here's the full list of every Fatality and Stage Fatality you can pull off in Mortal Kombat X, including Mortal Kombat XL DLC characters.Fatalities are listed with PS4 controls/Xbox One controls. One of Takeda's combos, White Well, is an English translation of the Shirai Ryu's clan name. ), ▪   Air Teleport: Takeda teleports in the air and reappears behind his opponent, striking them. Takeda lived a normal life in Thailand with his mother, Suchin, despite his father not knowing of his existence until he was a child. Fatalities: Whip It Good (Mid): Down Forward Down Back 2. ▪   Quick Kall where Takeda calls the hilt back. Takeda Fatalities: Whip It Good – Down, Forward, Down, Back, Triangle (mid range) Head Cade – Forward, Back, Down, Down, Square (mid range) Brutalities: Armless – You have to get the killing blow with a Throw (Throw button Additionally, in an intro dialogue between Jacqui and Scorpion, it is revealed that Jacqui and Takeda are engaged. The attack can be enhanced a second time, which will cause Takeda to uppercut the opponent in the end, allowing for a juggle, however it deals no additional damage. However, after the newest iteration of the Shirai Ryu are eradicated, he becomes more serious and continues to help his master, both in missions and preventing him from giving in to his wraith persona. (The enhanced version is called Air Shirai Ryu Port and has Takeda follow up with a downward kick after knocking his opponent out of the air. Move specific to Shirai Ryu Variation. However, his uniform is different from the Shirai Ryu, as he wears a blue shirt instead, and has bandages wrapped around his forearms. Ronin Variation. (The enhanced version is called Shirai Ryu Absorb and has Takeda completely block any projectile. After many years, Takeda completed his training with Scorpion and, at the urging of both his mentor and his father who returned for him, joined a new team formed by the Special Forces dedicated to protecting Earthrealm. Lasher - A very heavy range variant with powerful ranged area attacks, trips, and anti-air moves, Ronin - Gives Takeshi dual plasma swords, granting strong close melee options and a beam projectile. Takeda's alternate costume depicts him in a Shirai Ryu style uniform, similar to Scorpion's own costume, and bearing the clan's yellow color. Move specific to Ronin Variation. His serrated edged whips are concealed in his gauntlets, and are launched at high powered speed for maximum striking power. Move specific to Ronin Variation. (The enhanced version is called Whip Thrash and does more damage. Gender https://mortalkombat.fandom.com/wiki/Takeda_Takahashi?oldid=358800. Characters ▪   Kunai: Takeda throws an explosive kunai between his opponent's feet. Consisting of a new generation of heroes, Takeda developed a great friendship with all in his team and is often the one who stops arguments from erupting between them, such as with Cassie Cage and Kung Jin. Head Cage - Takeda impales his opponent with two spears. While Kenshi is his biological father, Takeda originally didn't trust him and preferred not to speak about him. (The enhanced version is called Piercing Beam and turns the projectile into a long beam. It is considered one of the most difficult weapons to master due to the risk of injuring oneself. Takeda lived a normal life in Thailand with his mother, Suchin, despite his father not knowing of his existence until he was a child. Shirai Ryu - Scorpion-inspired whip moves throwing enemies around the screen and a quick teleport featuring a cancellation option and a fast air teleport. (The enhanced version is called Shirai Ryu Phase and adds a second teleport with Takeda trip kicking his opponent into the air. We encourage you to read our updated PRIVACY POLICY and COOKIE POLICY. Whilst he doesn’t make a playable appearance in Mortal Kombat 11, Takeda cameos in various tower endings. Male Takeda Fatalities Whip It Good: D, F, D, B+2 (MID) Head Cage: F, B, D, D+1 (MID) Stage Fatality: U, U, U, D (CLOSE) Brutalities Armless: Throw Must press 1 or 2 4 times during throw. Stage Fatality (Close): Up, Up, Up, Down. Move specific to Lasher Variation. Fueled by next-gen technology, Mortal Kombat X combines unparalleled, cinematic presentation with dynamic gameplay to create an unprecedented Kombat experience. Although he is taught the ways of a warrior, Takeda originally had a timid nature and didn't take fighting seriously. (The enhanced version is called Air Spike and has Takeda drop down with a reversed flip kick, knocking his opponent into the air. Includes online features that may expose players to unrated user-generated content, Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language, The Best Black Friday Sales and Deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and Dell (Updated), announced via the February 27th Story Trailer, Things Ghost of Tsushima Doesn't Tell You. X-Ray Move - Air Whiplash: Descending down from the air and stunning his enemy with a whip strike, Takeda launches one of his whips through his opponent's mouth, the tip breaking through the back of their skull, then reels himself over by retracting his whip, dashes behind them while wrapping his whip around their neck before kneeing their spine, shattering it and their rib cage, dropping them onto their back. After his mother was killed by the Red Dragon, he was entrusted to Hanzo when his father left to avenge her death. Interestingly enough, he shares his name with the first. Takeda Mortal Kombat X Walkthrough and Guide by Paul (vhayste) PC PS3 PS4 X360 ADR iP XOne Game Guide Cheats / Tips Questions Forum More Add Full Guide Walkthroughs PC Achievements PlayStation … Move specific to Shirai Ryu Variation. Although he is taught the ways of a warrior, Takeda originally had a timid nature and didn't take fighting seriously. The opponent's body then collapses on the ground, blood foaming from their mouth.