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Alisa Bosconovitch

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Alisa Bosconovitch Cosplay 

Alisa Bosconovich has pink hair and green eyes (except when her safe mode is disabled, at which point her eyes turn red), and speaks in a very polite manner. She was created to protect Jin Kazama and serves him through her travels. Tekken series developer and executive producer of Tekken 6, Katsuhiro Harada, described her as “a robot created in the image of Dr. Bosconovitch’s daughter.”[citation needed] However, Scenario Campaign implies that some part of her may be human.

Alisa is placed in a starring role in the console-only Scenario Campaign mode in Tekken 6. After being activated following a botched raid on a Mishima Zaibatsu lab,[1] she joins Lars Alexandersson in his pursuit of his lost memories (which occur as a result of the events at the lab). She is controlled by the CPU in this mode (unless the player chooses to play as Alisa herself, at which point CPU control is given to Lars). Alisa helps Lars (or whoever the player has chosen to use in Scenario Campaign) battle the waves of enemies and has an AI system that grows as she participates in battle. She also keeps a journal which she constantly updates with entries regarding the events of her journey with Lars, as well as her own personal opinion about them.

Eventually, it is revealed that she is actually an android in the employ of Jin Kazama, to which she has been serving as a way for Jin to observe what has been happening in the world at large. She is commanded by Jin to disable safe mode (including her personality and behavior inhibition programming) and attack Lars. After a stalemate battle with Lars, she leaves for the desert to join Jin. When Lars arrives, she attacks him again where this time she is ultimately defeated and shuts down. Lars rescues her body and takes her to a robotics corporation (run by Lee Chaolan) where she can be revived. In her final journal entry, Alisa has been restored with her memory intact

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Alisa Bosconovitch Cosplay

Alisa Bosconovich has pink hair and green eyes (except when her safe mode is disabled, at which point her eyes turn red), and speaks in a very polite manner. She was created to protect Jin Kazama and serves him through her travels. Tekken series developer and executive producer of Tekken 6, Katsuhiro Harada, described her as “a robot created in the image of Dr. Bosconovitch’s daughter.”[citation needed] However, Scenario Campaign implies that some part of her may be human.

Alisa is placed in a starring role in the console-only Scenario Campaign mode in Tekken 6. After being activated following a botched raid on a Mishima Zaibatsu lab,[1] she joins Lars Alexandersson in his pursuit of his lost memories (which occur as a result of the events at the lab). She is controlled by the CPU in this mode (unless the player chooses to play as Alisa herself, at which point CPU control is given to Lars). Alisa helps Lars (or whoever the player has chosen to use in Scenario Campaign) battle the waves of enemies and has an AI system that grows as she participates in battle. She also keeps a journal which she constantly updates with entries regarding the events of her journey with Lars, as well as her own personal opinion about them.

Eventually, it is revealed that she is actually an android in the employ of Jin Kazama, to which she has been serving as a way for Jin to observe what has been happening in the world at large. She is commanded by Jin to disable safe mode (including her personality and behavior inhibition programming) and attack Lars. After a stalemate battle with Lars, she leaves for the desert to join Jin. When Lars arrives, she attacks him again where this time she is ultimately defeated and shuts down. Lars rescues her body and takes her to a robotics corporation (run by Lee Chaolan) where she can be revived. In her final journal entry, Alisa has been restored with her memory intact

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