Alisa Bosconovitch (Japanese: アリサ・ボスコノビッチ Arisa Bosukonobicchi?, Russian: Алиса Босконович) is a character in the Tekken series who was introduced in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. She is an android created by Doctor Bosconovitch, designed to look like his deceased daughter.
Alisa's tagline is "The steel maiden who has awakened from a long slumber." Katsuhiro Harada, Tekken developer and executive producer of Tekken 6, describes her as "a robot created in the image of Dr. Bosconovitch's daughter."
- 1 Biography
- 2 Story
- 3 Other Appearances
- 4 Gameplay
- 5 Character Relationships
- 6 Quotes
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 External Links
- 10 References
- 11 Navigation
Unlike most robots, Alisa possesses emotions and acts more like a human than a robot. She is a very kind-hearted individual who speaks in a polite manner and is sensitive to others' feelings. Alisa can also appear rather childish, resembling Ling Xiaoyu characteristically. She does not like to fight or hurt anyone, but when push comes to shove, she is a formidable fighter.
As a robot, she is very intelligent and often speaks in technical terms. In some situations, when people call Alisa a robot, she denies the fact and insists that she is a human being, though she does also speak of downloading and uploading content to herself and is aware that Doctor Bosconovitch created her. She was created to protect Jin Kazama, and as such, when she is commanded by him, she doesn't recognize Lars, and performs Jin's commands at full efficiency. Whilst Jin has full control of her, Alisa obeys his every command without any resistance, even attacking her friends and allies. As of Tekken 7, it seems that Alisa has been reprogrammed by Lee Chaolan, and no longer has to fulfill Jin's commands.
Alisa is a graceful android with the appearance of a human teenaged girl. She has green eyes and medium-length half-dark pink and half-pink hair, styled in a short curled bob. Under Jin's influence, her eyes become red. Her body can transform to a degree, gaining wings from her back, and her arms transforming into chainsaws. She can remove and detonate her head and she also has thrusters at her heels that help her manouvre whilst airborne. She can also detach her hands at the wrist and launch them at opponents.
- Main article: Alisa Bosconovitch/Outfits
Alisa's primary outfit consists of a light and dark purple ombre dress with a slanted split down the front that ends in a back skirt, a white belt decorated with chains and three blue roses on the side, uneven black thigh-high stockings, one of which has a garter that connects to her short black shorts, white gloves covering her hands along with uneven, detached, purple sleeves covering her arms and white boots with black cuffs. Her breasts are covered in a crisscrossed, halter-like manner, with the strings securely attaching to a white-collar which has a blue rose on the left-hand side. She also has three flowers embedded into the hair on the right-hand side of her head. In some cutscenes in the Scenario Campaign, the three flowers which are embedded in her hair can commonly be seen falling off, either while she is under Jin's influence or being defeated by Lars.
Her second outfit consists of red shoes, white socks, a red sarafan (decorated with two horizontal stripes, one gold and one white, and an ornate vertical decoration), and white bracelets around her gloves' cuffs.
In Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, Alisa wears a new main outfit; she now wears a purple, white and pink turtleneck dress with three pink gems in the center, long white fitted sleeves and a frilled cyan underskirt, along with white gloves with gold outlines, purple stockings and white thigh-high boots with gold outlines. She also gains four spiked hair clips as opposed to the three flowers on the left-hand side of her head. Her jet packed wings have had a drastic change of appearance, and are now made of gold and have several spikes attached. The flames from her wings are now purplish-pink instead of purple.
Very little is known about Alisa, except for her name and creator. Alisa was created by the aforementioned Doctor Bosconovitch and, according to her Tekken 6 prologue, nothing else is known about her past history. Aside from her creator, only a few people know about her being a robot; among them are Jin Kazama, Wang Jinrei, Raven, Lars Alexandersson, Nina Williams, and Lee Chaolan.
Alisa was created in a secret research laboratory of the Mishima Zaibatsu, overseen by a secret service directly under Jin's control. Neither Nina, Eddy, or the rest of Tekken Force were aware of the project to build Alisa. It is implied that Alisa had been awake prior to the events of Tekken 6, as she related conversations she has had with Doctor Bosconovitch in the past.
Deep within a lush and thriving forest lies a heavily defended research facility. This facility was a research institute named after its director, Bosconovitch. This facility was very important, as it was here that the Mishima Financial Group's most sensitive military equipment was developed.
Located at the core of the research center was a room that kept its most prized possession: a clear capsule, in which a young girl slept soundly. Her name: Alisa Bosconovitch. She was created by Doctor Bosconovitch and designed to serve Jin Kazama.
Alisa plays a big role in Tekken 6's canonical story, along with Lars. The full transcript of the story is found in Lars's Scenario Campaign dialogues.
The lab Alisa was being kept in is the target of a double raid by Yggdrasil and G Corporation, though on meeting each other, the forces wipe one another out. During the raid, an explosion rocks the laboratory, and Lars Alexandersson, the leader of the Yggdrasil rebel army suffers a blow to the head that leaves him amnesiac. He stumbles into a pod that is set off, and awakens Alisa. They ask who the other is, and, whilst Alisa introduces herself, Lars has no memory of who he is. One of G Corporation's Jack-6 robots attacks them and Alisa retaliates by using her chainsaws to cut up the Jack, showing her superhuman abilities and strength. The Jack is not fully defeated however, and gets up to attack her, Lars quickly reacts to pin the robot, and defeats it, and seems surprised that he too has military training. Lars gives Alisa his hand to help her get up and the two flee.
The two then go on a journey that leads them to many different places and encounters. Initially, their search is to help Lars rediscover his identity. They are approached by someone who claims to be Lars's second-in-command, Tougou. Though Tougou explains who Lars is to him, Lars says he cannot accept the responsibility to lead the rebel army until he remembers who he is. He and Tougou stay in radio communication as Lars continues to seek for answers.
When Alisa and Lars come to see Wang Jinrei, he warns Lars of Alisa possibly being dangerous, and encourages him to seek out Heihachi Mishima. Meeting Heihachi triggers Lars's memories, and he remembers that Heihachi is his birth father. All the rest of his memories also return. Heihachi suggests they join forces, but Lars declines and points a gun at his father. Alisa tries to intercede to stop him, but Lars shoots Heihachi anyway. Heihachi survives by catching the bullet between his teeth. Lars declares that Heihachi isn't worth his time and leaves.
Following this, Lars's main motivation is to search for Jin Kazama, as he has recalled that he was a member of Tekken Force, but led a coup when he could not longer abide by Jin's warmongering. His rebel force are ex-Tekken Force members seeking to bring down the Mishima Zaibatsu. Lars and Alisa meet Lee Chaolan, adopted son of Heihachi and thus foster brother of Lars. Lee provides Lars with information on Kazuya Mishima and Jin Kazama, and offers them his help, but Lars says that he doesn't want to trouble him. Lee says that if he changes his mind, he will be glad to help. He then is able to enlist Lars to help him rescue a friend of his who has been spying for him on G Corporation but has had their cover compromised.
Lars and Alisa meet up with Tougou and the rest of Yggdrasil and Lars assumes command now that he has regained his memory. In an attack again G Corporation, Tougou is mortally wounded, and dies in Lars's arms. Lars and Alisa move on to attack the Mishima Zaibatsu and confront Jin Kazama.
Lars and Alisa finally reach the Zaibatsu, and battle their way to Jin. When they meet Jin, however, he orders Alisa to reboot. Lars doesn't understand what's happening, but Alisa confirms the command and obeys Jin. Jin explains that Alisa was designed to protect him. He commands her to fight Lars and tells Lars that he will talk to him only after he defeats Alisa, Jin then leaves. Lars tries to talk down Alisa, unwilling to fight her, but it soon becomes clear Alisa no longer recognizes him, and Lars must fight her. After defeating Alisa, Lars offers his hand to help her to get up and, for a moment, it seems like she recognizes him, but then she strikes him and flies away, dropping her flower-shaped hairpin. Lars picks it up and continues his journey without her.
Lars is joined thereafter by Raven, a UN operative who has been following their journey and helped them out earlier. Together, they travel to the Middle East, and are informed by a woman who's village was attacked by Tekken Force, that Jin is heading to a secret temple located in the desert. Within the temple, an ancient demonic entity known as Azazel has been awakened. Lars defeats the creature and he and Raven flee the collapsing temple.
Outside, Lars finds Jin. Lars is about to strike him when Alisa suddenly interrupts. Lars asks her if she really doesn't know who he is, to which she answers that he is an enemy. She attacks Lars and he is forced to fight her again. He defeats her and this time her system starts to shuts down. Lars approaches her and Alisa tells him that she never wanted to fight him, but she couldn't disobey. She says she wishes their journey had lasted longer and reaches out her hand. Lars hesitates and then reaches out to her, but Alisa shuts down.
Jin watches this all and mocks Lars for treating "a useless piece of junk" in that way. Lars gets angry, and Jin further mocks Lars's compassion for Alisa. Lars then fights Jin. At the end of the fight, Jin explains that he started the war in the hopes of dragging in Kazuya and causing enough destruction in the world to full awaken the demon Azazel. Jin had been hearing Azazel's voice in his head, explaining how to awaken him. Jin believed that awakening Azazel fully would allow him to kill the demon, rid himself and his father of the devil gene, and destabilize the world's corrupt governments and corporations, giving people a chance to rise up. Lars tells him he already defeated Azazel, but Jin explains only a devil gene weilder can truly kill the demon. Azazel appears from the rubble of his temple, and Jin attacks the demon, plunging them both into an abyss.
After everything is over, Lars places Alisa in his car and takes her to Lee Chaolan, who's company, Violet Systems, specialises in robotics. He asks Lee to help him and fix Alisa up, and Lee promises he will do it.
An android created by Dr. Bosconovitch as a bodyguard for Jin Kazama. Her design itself is modelled after Bosconovitch's own lost daughter. Her fighting capabilities are extremely high. She can perform attacks with high mobility using arm-mounted missiles and thrusters.
Upon awakening, Alisa becomes very hostile at Lee and fights him. After being defeated, Alisa suddenly remembers who Lee is, but questions why she is at Violet Systems and what has transpired. With the help of Violet Systems' technology, Alisa regains her memories and desires to see Lars again. Suddenly, they come under attack from Tekken Force. Together, Alisa and Lee dispatch the soldiers and make their escape.
Arriving at another of Lee's facilities, Alisa is happily reunited with Lars, jumping on him and expressing her desire to see him again. After finding Jin lying in a coma, Alisa detects the approach of Tekken Force. Alisa assists Lars in holding back the soldiers before he orders her to protect Jin. However, Alisa is stopped by Nina Williams, who holds her off long enough to capture Jin. But, to Alisa and Lars' relief, Lee is piloting the helicopter that is carrying Jin. As Lee remotely destroys the facility, Alisa hastily flies away with Lars.
After Heihachi's death, Alisa is seen with Lars and Lee on the rooftops of a destroyed city, stating that various nations are facing invasion from Kazuya. They then watch as Jin readies himself to find and kill his father.
Alisa appeared in the crossover game Street Fighter X Tekken as a playable DLC character and on release in the Playstation Vita version. Her partner is Lars Alexandersson. Alisa's alternate costume in the game is a slightly altered, torn-up version of Street Fighter character Juri Han's regular outfit.
Alisa appeared in Tekken: Blood Vengeance, where she's one of the main characters. In the film she has a close friendship with Ling Xiaoyu, and the two find themselves embroiled in a drama surrounding the Mishima family.
Alisa is a playable character in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
Ending Description: Alisa is with Xiaoyu, Miharu and Panda at an amusement park. Suddenly, the girls spot a photo booth and excitedly rush over to it. Alisa, not understanding what it does, goes along with Xiaoyu and Miharu and has her photo taken, though keeps closing her eyes. Alisa decides to remove her head in order to stop her sensors from automatically reacting to the flash. Panda then joins in with the photo-taking. Outside the photo booth, a woman with a little girl can be seen running away upon seeing Alisa's body without a head.
- Dr. Bosconovitch
- Lars Alexandersson
- Jin Kazama
- Ling Xiaoyu
- Asuka Kazama
- Miharu Hirano
- Marshall Law
- Sergei Dragunov
Alisa appears as an assist character alongside the playable characters Jin, Xiaoyu and Heihachi in the crossover SRPG Project X Zone. She also appears as a boss fight in the game. Many of her pre-battle conversations with the other characters involve her taking off her head.
Alisa appears in Tekken Revolution as an unlockable character.
Alisa is an average character. Most of her attacks are very powerful (especially her chainsaw attacks), as well as very fast, although some of her moves are tricky to execute: her Bull Shoot requires the player to quickly move the correct buttons and must be paired up with timing to be executed effectively and her Sand Box requires good timing as the player can only do this attack immediately after hitting the opponent in the front. Overall, she is a pressure-heavy character, with fast pokes and good low attacks.
Her long-range attacks (i.e her Rocket Punch) can be very useful for hitting enemies that are distancing themselves. Her attacks that are paired up with her Reboot command are also very powerful, knocking over and sometimes sending them flying up in the air. Their main flaw, however, is that they can be easily sidestepped.
Alisa's fighting style (referred to as "Unique" in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and later as "High Mobility Combat" in Tekken Revolution and Tekken 7) appears to incorporate dance into some of her moves, similar to Lili's fighting style.
Alisa has a mechanical device built into each of her lower legs. These are extra thrusters used for steering during flight, as seen in the Scenario Campaign cinematic 16 Battle in the Sky (her ending in the Playstation Portable version), and to power up her kicks. Alisa is also able to sprout butterfly wing-like jets from her back, allowing her to briefly fly at great speed during fights, sprout chainsaws from her arms (this is one of her stances, "Destroy Form"), and remove her head during moves, such as one of her grapples, "Spam Bomb".
- Alisa Bosconovitch/Tekken 6 Movelist
- Alisa Bosconovitch/Street Fighter X Tekken Movelist
- Alisa Bosconovitch/Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Movelist
- Alisa Bosconovitch/Project X Zone Movelist
- Alisa Bosconovitch/Tekken 7 Movelist
- Doctor Bosconovitch - Alisa was created by him in the image of his deceased daughter, who had the same name. She talks fondly of Doctor Bosconovitch and mentions many lessons he has taught her. Doctor Bosconovitch created her in a secret laboratory overseen by a secret service division of the Mishima Zaibatsu, personally headed by Jin Kazama. In the non-canon Tekken: Blood Vengeance, she mentions wanting to find Doctor Bosconovitch as part of her embedded programming.
- Lars Alexandersson - Her friend and ally, and possible romantic interest (as hinted). After Jin reboots her (in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion), she attacks Lars on two different occaisions and is eventually defeated. Before shutting down she tells Lars that she didn't want to fight him, but she couldn't disobey. Lars takes her body to Violet Systems to be repaired and revived. In Tekken 7, they reunite with each other. Lars is also her partner in Street Fighter X Tekken, where they seem to work well together and are in a good relationship.
- Jin Kazama - Her master; she internally programmed to serve and protect him. She unknowingly works as his spy for most of Tekken 6.
- Lee Chaolan - In the Scenario Campaign story, he allied with Alisa and Lars. At the end of the story, Lee used his company, Violet Systems, to help with the repairs of Alisa's programming. Lee successfully repaired Alisa in Tekken 7, but Alisa turned hostile towards him when Lee mentions her system being damaged; they fought and Lee defeated her, and they become allies with Lars when protecting Jin Kazama.
- Nina Williams - Nominally her ally whilst she is under Jin's control in Tekken 6. Once Alisa was repaired in Tekken 7, Nina became one of her enemies. Nina attempted to kill her with a grenade, but Alisa returned and fought her again as payback. Her employer in the non-canon Tekken: Blood Vengeance.
- Heihachi Mishima - She tried to prevent Lars from shooting him in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion, although this was primarily out of concern for Lars. In the non-canon Blood Vengeance, she sacrificed herself to defeat Heihachi. She also appears, protecting him from Feng Wei and Miguel Caballero Rojo, in the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 arcade intro (non-canon).
- Kazuya Mishima - Her enemy in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion, as she works with Lars to undermine both the Mishima Zaibatsu and G Corporation. Also her enemy in her capacity as Jin's spy. In the non-canon Tekken: Blood Vengeance, Kazuya crushes her in half in when she tries to protect Jin (whilst he was in Devil form).
- Lei Wulong - Acquaintance of Lars and Alisa in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. He also helps them after being saved by them from the G Corporation.
- Tougou - Her ally in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion, who died at the Millennium Tower.
- Bryan Fury - They were both worked on by Doctor Bosconovitch and are considered by him to be his creations. Bryan and Alisa met in Scenario Campaign, though Doctor Bosconovitch was not mentioned. Alisa seems unaware that Bryan is responsible for injuring her father.
- Emilie De Rochefort - She gave Lars and Alisa her old SUV to aid them in their travels. In the Online Tekken Comic, she has her limousine destroyed (sliced in half by Alisa's chainsaws). She also tries to protect Asuka from Alisa with the help of Leo and, later, Bob (non-canon).
- Anna Williams - As a G-Corp employee, Anna is her enemy in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. She is also her enemy in the non-canon Tekken: Blood Vengeance.
- Ling Xiaoyu - Her best friend in Tekken: Blood Vengeance, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Project X Zone (non-canon).
- Panda - Her friend in Tekken: Blood Vengeance and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (non-canon).
- Shin Kamiya - Her friend and high school crush in Tekken: Blood Vengeance (non-canon).
- Miharu Hirano - Her friend in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (non-canon).
- Bob - He saved Asuka from being killed by Alisa in the Online Tekken Comic (non-canon).
- Asuka Kazama - Alisa destroyed Lili's limousine in order to apprehend and kill Asuka in the Online Tekken Comic. She later makes up with her, telling her the real purpose of her mission, and then cheerfully apologizing for the troubles she has caused (non-canon).
- Alisa is the robotic clone of Dr. Bosconovitch's deceased daughter (whose name was also Alisa), but with self-defense enhancements and fighting skills.
- Despite being a robot, Alisa can eat food, and in fact has more finely tuned abilities to taste (or analyse taste) than a human. This is shown in her less-than-stellar review of Marshall Law's cooking in Tekken 6 Scenario Campaign.
- The flowers that she wears in her hair are daisies, a symbol of innocence; this being an important trait of Alisa's personality.
- Alisa's name is Russian/Hebrew for "Alice".
- Katsuhiro Harada made a comment that Alisa was partially inspired by Ashley Williams from the Evil Dead series since both of them use built-in chainsaws, (Ash uses a chainsaw as a prosthetic after he loses his hand).
- Despite being Russian, she speaks Japanese. This is likely because although she was made by Russian scientist, Doctor Bsconovitch and based on his daughter and given her name, Alisa was made in a Mishima Zaibatsu lab to serve Jin Kazama. She responds to the commands that Jin gives, all of which are given in Japanese.
- In Tekken 6 Scenario Campaign dialogues, Alisa sometimes denies being a robot, claiming she is a human. However, in the canonical endings, she doesn't hide being a robot, and even in Scenario Campaign, she refers to her robotic abilities, including remote hacking, scanning, downloading information from Zaibatsu servers etc. Alisa appears to categorise what it means to be human differently, and doesn't see her artificial origins as an obstacle to considering herself to be human.
- As with Yoshimitsu's "sword" attacks, Alisa's "chainsaw" attacks are also blockable.
- She and her creator are based on the main characters in the fairy-tale Pinocchio, including parts of their storyline.
- Alisa can be customized to resemble KOS-MOS v.3 from Xenosaga Episode III. Her default 2P outfit closely resembles that of MOMO Mizrahi, also from Xenosaga Episode III.
- Alisa appeared in the Tekken 6 story trailer fighting alongside Lars, and some of her moves were shown. She was also introduced in the promotional and exclusive trailer (Who's your favourite fighter?) fighting against Sergei Dragunov, Wang Jinrei, Bruce Irvin and Christie Monteiro.
- Alisa appeared in the Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion intro fight posing on a TV in the train which Xiaoyu is aboard.
- In the Korean arcade version of the game, Alisa's chainsaws are changed into energy beams reminiscent of lightsabers, and she can't remove her head, though all of her moves remain intact.
- Pressing the 1 + 2 buttons repeatedly during Alisa's win poses will make her chainsaws come in and out of her arms.
- By pressing the 1 + 2 + 3 buttons before the fight, her pre-fight animations are shown (Must we really fight? and Please get out of my way!) while she is holding her head.
- She is one of the lead protagonists in Tekken 6 'story mode': Scenario Campaign.
- She accompanies the canonical protagonist Lars Alexandersson through most stages in the game, until she switches sides and becomes a boss he has to defeat.
- When the player selects a different character as player 1, Alisa will accompany them through the story.
- For this reason, Alisa has the most number of unique dialogue lines of any characters in Scenario Campaign.
- Alisa also has her own player 1 playthrough of Scenario Campaign. When she is picked, the character that accompanies her through the stages is Lars Alexandersson.
- Alisa usually doesn't use word contractions when she speaks, however, in Scenario Campaign, she uses a few of them. This also occurs in Project X Zone.
- If Hwoarang performs his baseball bat item move on Alisa, her head will fall off.
- In the PSP version of Scenario Campaign, Alisa and Lars have their own Story Mode (which is the PSP counterpart to Arena Mode). Alisa's opponents include the following: Jin Kazama, Kazuya Mishima, Azazel and Lars Alexandersson. This makes her the only character to encounter Jin at Stage 1.
- She shares special win poses with Lars, Xiaoyu, Doctor Bosconovitch, Jack and Mokujin.
- Her item move allows her to create a protective barrier.
- While using Alisa's second costume, it is possible to fire a gigantic rocket-like blast by pressing b + 1 + 4. This move is similar to her double rocket punch, but instead a gigantic rocket-like structure is fired. However, the disadvantage of using this move is that it has a slow startup and recovery time.
- Dr. Bosconovitch has an item move that resembles an Alisa plastic head (or bobblehead). The item move operates the same way as Alisa's Spam Bomb grab. The head has a puppet mouth that opens and closes automatically with two sparkling eyes.
- There is a ghost of Alisa using the same player id as Japanese player, Ao.
- As of TTT2, Alisa is the only character who has an as-of-now incomplete school uniform, having only the skirt in Unlimited.
- Her ending is the sixth scene of the interconnected endings between Asuka, Lili, Miharu, Kuma, Panda and Xiaoyu.
- She also appears in Sergei Dragunov's ending, being assembled by him in his military office but ends up exploded after the latter presses the missile on her leg.
- Alisa is portrayed by Michelle Ballee and Amandine Desprez in the "Girl Power" trailer and the live-action short film respectively.
- Alisa makes a cameo appearance in the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Short Live Action Movie where she is portrayed by Amandine Desprez.
- Although Netsu data provides non-canonical information, it is possible that Alisa's negative netsu with Bryan Fury might imply that she knows he injured Dr Bosconovitch.
- The rocket punches Alisa uses in her Super Art is a reference to Tekken: Blood Vengeance, where she shoots a rocket punch directly towards Heihachi in his ogre-like demonic form.
- Her Cross Art is that she takes her head (internal weapons) out and uses as a bomb and then says goodbye. She also does it with an external bomb however.
- When Alisa is used as customization, her neck was replaced with a collar-like item with spikes.
- It is heavily implied that Alisa is battery powered, and she requires electricity to run lest she become dazed and tired. In the non-canon movie Tekken: Blood Vengeance Alisa is also shown to need charging up via a wall socket.
- Interestingly, she and Lars' inverted CG images (which inclines to the right-hand side of their position when playing), excludes their hairstyles from being inverted and they remain in their original position. Normally, characters CG art images are inverted fully.
- In the Rage and Sorrow trailer for the console release, Alisa was seen sparring with Lee before teaming up to stop Tekken Force. She is also seen wielding a Gatling gun to take down the soldiers instead of her bionic missiles that she uses in the game.
- Alisa features significantly in one of the Tekken Pachislot 4 stories, set during the time frame of Tekken 7. She and Lars Alexandersson team up with Lee Chaolan to gather information on the Mishima Zaibatsu and to try and take down Heihachi Mishima.
- Alisa appeared in the official Online Tekken Comic released by Namco and Ultra Jump Egg. In the comic she attacks Asuka Kazama as a way to test her. Alisa destroys Lili's limousine in order to apprehend and kill Asuka, but eventually spares her after she fulfills all the conditions that Alisa was programmed to end the test for. Later on, she manages to "convince" Jin Kazama and Kazuya Mishima to accept a ceasefire between the Mishima Zaibatsu and G Corporation by disabling all their satellites and threatening them with the destruction of Mishima Zaibatsu and other buildings in a 10-kilometer radius (with a neutron bomb implanted into her head by Doctor Bosconovitch) in case they don't comply.
- In the comic, Dr. Bosconovitch bestows Alisa with a mission to save humanity from the Mishima war and the evil from the world (a mission she partially completed). She is described by him as a "flower of hope" for mankind, this being said when he puts a daisy (a trademark of Alisa) on her head.
- Also in the comic, before her appearance, she was rumored (by Asuka's friends, colleagues and the locals) to be the "Shinkashi (Bullet-train) Woman" from Osaka (not knowing who she really was in reality).
- Main article: Alisa Bosconovitch/Gallery
- ^ http://www.tekken-official.jp/tag2/chara/alisa.html
- ^ http://tekken-revolution.bngames.net/chara/alisa.php
- ^ http://www.tekken-official.jp/tk7ac/character/alisa.php
- ^ Lars Alexandersson/Scenario Campaign Dialogues#Cutscene 20: Heading Home
- ^ Tekken 6 Scenario Campaign cutscenes
- ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rV-lk0_ZRg
- ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amnvmLeQQrU&feature=fvst