I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO TEKKEN!
Tekken 6: The Bloodline Reunion
Chapter 1: Past
"Pathetic wretch" was the only terms Kazuya Mishima could think of when referring to his son. He was seated in the top office of G-Corporation. Having taken it over after being betrayed, since then he made it is duty to make life hard for Jin Kazama and the Mishima conglomerate.
"Stupid Woman. One month of fun and look where it leads me." Jun Kazama came to him a mysterious and innocent young woman, trying to get information on the accusations of animal smuggling by the Mishima Empire.
She seemed interesting and intelligent; she would speak to him with no fear, which greatly impressed the cold-blooded leader. A month later while talking to a wise role model Wang Jinrei, Jun learned that Kazuya's hatred and drive came from a being known as devil. He also told her of his rough upbringing by his father. She felt the need to help and free him from the chains that held him in a fit of anger.
Two days later she got a dinner invitation from Kazuya to come to terms on the animal smuggling case. She arrived in a white dress and white headband that made her look eloquent and ravishing.
She was in the elevator contemplating how she would bring up this and how he would respond to her barging in to his business. As she arrived at his door she felt a wave of nervousness wash over her. But she did not hesitate; she was not scared of death. She believed that everyone has to die sometime and eventually you become a cycle in the ways of nature.
She knocked lightly but enough for the owner of the house to here. He opened the door in a tight black shirt and black pants that showed all of his muscles. "Good Evening Ms. Kazama." "Please call me Jun" "As you wish," said Kazuya calmly.
He lead her to the dinner table that was covered with every type of food any one could want. "So I have agreed to stop the animal cruelty if by doing so your company decides to not press charges." Jun looked at him in disbelief. It didn't seem like him to make such a rash decision.
"I'm grateful and will see that you spend no time behind bars". "But there is something else I would like to talk you about."