Kempo Fighter

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Aiyaaah!! You think you're so high and mighty?! My Oriental Mystery Chinese Kempo Kick will send you flying to the netherworld!
—Kempo Fighter, Chapter 8: The Stone Mask, Part 1

The unnamed Kempo Fighter (中国拳法家 Chūgoku Kenpō-ka, lit. Chinese Kempoist) is a minor character featured in the first part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Phantom Blood.

He is a hoodlum and one of Robert E. O. Speedwagon's friends living in Ogre Street.

Appearance

Kempo Fighter is a muscular man of average height with a long chin and sunken cheeks. He has neck-length dark hair with a widow's peak and wears long hair clips behind his ears. He wears a traditional Chinese martial arts uniform.

Color Schemes

The series is known for alternating colors between media, the information presented below may or may not be canon.

Skin (Tan)
Hair (Brown)
Eyes (Black)
Outfit
(Green outfit, orange collar and sleeves, maroon boots, light brown hair clips)

Personality

Little is known of Kempo Fighter's personality, but he is prideful of his self-proclaimed martial arts techniques. Like his friends, he has a rowdy nature and is violent towards strangers who enter his gang's territory.[1]

Abilities

As a thief from the dangerous Ogre Street, the Kempo Fighter mostly goes for his victims in a combined attack with his friends. He claims that he has mysterious oriental martial arts.

Oriental Mystery Chinese Kempo Kick(東洋の神秘中国拳法 Tōyō no Shinpi Chūgoku Kenpō)Link to this section
Debut: Chapter 8: The Stone Mask, Part 1 / Episode 2: A Letter from the Past
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The Kempo Fighter does a flying kick toward his opponent. According to him, it sends his opponents flying to the netherworld. However, it can easily be countered if the enemy is not caught off guard.

History

Phantom Blood

Driving a steam car

An Asian man from Ogre Street who joins Robert E. O. Speedwagon's gang at some point. He ambushes Jonathan with Speedwagon and Tattoo during Jonathan's journey to find a cure for his father's illness. Although he is prideful of his oriental techniques, Jonathan quickly defeats him with a backhand punch to the face. Noting his heritage, Jonathan asks if he knows of an oriental shop nearby that sells poisons.[1]

Later, he drives a steam car for Speedwagon to go visit Jonathan in the hospital. Tattoo and another friend of theirs joins along. While walking toward the hospital entrance, Speedwagon falls down because he forgot to take his cane which he needed due to his injuries. Speedwagon yells for the Kempo Master to quickly hand over his cane.[2]

In the end, Kempo Fighter appears along with Tattoo, Speedwagon's friend, Poco, Poco's sister, Straizo, and Tonpetty to see off Jonathan and Erina as they leave for their honeymoon to America.[3]

Chapters / Episodes

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Chapters in order of appearance
TV Icon.png Anime Appearances
Episodes in order of appearance

Video Games

Phantom Blood (PS2 Game)

He appears as an enemy during the Ogre Street Battle (alongside Speedwagon and Tattoo).

Kempo Fighter can be played on an EXTRA MODE battle, though his moveset is limited.

Kempo Fighter
Commands
Name
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Sanrenken (Triple Fist)
PS Triangle.png
Chiryuken (Earth Dragon Fist)
PS Square.pngPS Triangle.png
Shoryuken (Rising Dragon Fist)
PS Square.pngPS Square.pngPS Triangle.png
Four-Legged Hiryu (Flying Dragon)
Running PS Square.png
Jiryu Kick (Ground Dragon Kick)
Running PS Triangle.png
Hiryu Kick (Flying Dragon Kick)
PS Circle.png
Evading Forward Roll
Available Stages: Extra Battle 04

Eyes of Heaven (PS3/PS4)

The Kempo Fighter appears in the game as part of Speedwagon's moveset and exclusive Style titled Ogre Street (食屍鬼街(オウガーストリート) Ougā Sutorīto). When utilized, Speedwagon will temporarily summon Tattoo and the Kempo Fighter, who will follow him until they are either ordered to attack, hit, or separated far enough from him.

Using the move, Martial Arts, the Eastern mystery!, the Kempo Fighter will attack Speedwagon's target with a triple kick combo, but will also attack the nearest opponent if Speedwagon is not locked on to anybody.

Diamond Records (Android/iOS)

The Kempo Fighter appears in Diamond Records as part of Speedwagon's moveset, alongside Tattoo. In Action Battle, he can be summoned to kick once or be summoned alongside Tattoo to help Speedwagon fight off opponents for a limited time. However, in Tactical Battle he can only be summoned to do single attacks.

Kempo Fighter also appears on his own as an enemy character.

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