The roleplay blog for BFR. The character is Lars Alexandersson, from Tekken, owned by Namco-Bandai. Played for fun. No suing.
Lars Alexandersson was raised in Sweden, by his mother. His father, Heihachi Mishima, was not available as he was residing in Japan and already fighting with his first son, Kazuya Mishima. Svea, determined not to let the loneliness and pain of raising a son by herself get to her, strived to never rely on Heihachi or his money. Lars grew up never truly knowing who his father was, until he was in his twenties. Realizing this man had abandoned him and his mother for the pursuit of worthless power, Lars entered the Swedish branch of the Mishima Zaibatsu. There, his inherited prowess and ability to use electricity, coupled with his rigid school upbringing allowed Lars to rise as a commander. Of course, this had been a goal to murder Heihachi for all the sins committed by him. By then, however, the power of the Zaibatsu shifted to Jin Kazama and in order to continue to find that man, Lars followed him.
It was until an unfortunate event Lars realized Jin was causing global war to further his own deceitful goals that he and many other soldiers rebelled.He withdrew, and his files were removed from the Zaibatsu through the help of a friend. The rebel army that he leads is called Yggdrasil. Their primary concern was in weakening the Zaibatsu. However, he’d ended up involved with Jin’s plot. Lars himself felt all this could have been avoided. He met Alisa Boskonovitch, a cyborg under Jin’s command, whom he had been previously trying to steal. With her at his side, they journeyed to defeat Jin Kazama. Throughout the journey, Lars re-discovers himself, and is betrayed by Alisa after the death of his best friend, Tougou. Lars met face to face with the being that gave his father and subquently, himself, his half-nephew and half-brother their powers. While he did not defeat it, he had managed to draw out it’s superior form, which Jin Kazama took down.
Now, he looks for a new purpose in saving the world from other criminals and insane monsters. Heihachi is still a priority, as his death would only seal Lars’ satisfaction.
Rigid and formal during the acquaintanceship phase, Lars can be seen as condescending. Many people seem to believe his is naieve, but are proven otherwise. While heroic in most situations and a soldier to the bone, Lars hides the cards that may be useful to him in his sleeve, because he doesn’t trust anyone. Charismatic, Lars tends to draw people to him, and offers much advice for those struggling. He enjoys saving others and lending his hand.
Despite this, he does not open up easily, and often shunts others from getting too close. After Alisa’s betrayal, it’s harder to gain friendship with the man. If someone breaks through his wall, he is very loyal, and dependable. Unlike his blood-related sibling Kazuya, he doesn’t manipulate others and often is suspicious of such behavior. He doesn’t believe in much of ‘magic’ or ‘fate,’ so many characters may find themselves irritable with him.
Lars is not truly interested in being with another person. He is, however, a straight man who does not like to experiment. He knows very much what he likes and enjoys, and would only consider another person to be as close as Alisa once was if he did fall for them. That’s if they can break down every wall.
Many of his names of his moves are based on electronics or electromagnetism, or military terms. He can wield his electricity with ease, combining it with his military arts that he learned in the Zaibatsu. Actually rather fast, Lars usually combines punches that allows him to knock his opponent back. He can be a bit slow at times, but he comes with strong attacks that can be preformed quickly to make combos.