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Origin

Ogre Close Up
Native American myths and legends explain Ogre as a biological weapon left by aliens who visited the Earth in the far distant past. Considered the Aztec God of Fighting, Ogre is drawn to strong fighters, and strength. Leader of the conglomerate Mishima Zaibatsu Heihachi Mishima is aware of this and seeks the means to control and obtain samples of Ogre for his own purposes. Forming a Tekken Force, to act as his own military force, Heihachi sets about trying to awaken Ogre by holding another King of the Iron Fist tournament. Many of Heihachi's Tekken Force are destroyed in a temple located in Mexico after finding Ogre. After this incident many of the worlds top competitive martial artists are attacked by the Fighting God Ogre and either killed or severely injured with their fighting styles and essences absorbed by the ancient alien.  
 
Among many of Ogre's victims are Baek, Jun, and King. A direct consequence of these actions is several fighters from around the world who had been trained by the various master fighters Ogre killed, developed a grudge, including Baek's student Hwoarang, Jun's son Jin Kazama, and Armor King. As they are familiar with Ogre from their ancestors myths and stories, Julia Chang and her mother Michelle Chang also seek to stop the powerful fighter. Ogre's reawakening also brings both Anna Williams and Nina Williams out from their cryogenic slumber. The first form of Ogre is eventually defeated by Paul Phoenix, however the American fighter leaves sure of his victory before Ogre transforms to his true form. This version is ultimately defeated by Jin Kazama.     
 

Creation

Ogre is a fictional character, that belongs to Namco Bandai. Ogre is first introduced in the popular fighting video game franchise Tekken, debuting in the third version of the popular fighting game, Tekken released in 1997. Ogre first appears in Tekken Forever #1.  
 

Powers and Abilities 

Ogre possesses an assortment of various world class fighters techniques, skills and abilities, that he absorbed in battle with them. Ogre has telekinetic powers that enable him to fly, levitate and lift and choke enemies. In his true form he can breath and expel fire. In his true form, Ogre's height and size and strength increase, and he appears more beastly. Among the various powers and abilities Ogre has, are those of Bruce Irvin, Wang, Baek, King, Anna, Lee Chaolan, Jack and Kuma.  
 
Physical Characteristics 
Height: Variable 
Weight: Variable 
Hair: Green 
Eyes: Red
 

Other Media

Video Games

Tekken 3 (1998) 
Ogre is the final boss in the Tekken 3 video game. Unleashed after many centuries of slumber Ogre goes about the process of defeating and finding powerful fighters. He is ultimately defeated by Jin Kazama.   

Tekken Tag Tournament (2000) 
A non canon video game featuring dual combatants. 
   
Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)  
Ogre appears in this Namco and Capcom video game crossover which features characters from both producers respective fighting game franchises Tekken and Street Fighter.  

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (2012) 
Upcoming sequel to the first Tekken Tag Tournament.

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