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|Full Name||Emilie de Rochefort|
|Relationships||Mr. Rochefort (father)|
Sebastian (family butler)
|Fighting Style||Freestyle fighting|
|Occupation||High School Student|
|Debut||Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection|
- "You should eat something."
Emilie de Rochefort (or Lili for short) is a Monegasque 16 year-old girl in the Tekken series. Along with Sergei Dragunov and Armor King II, Lili is one of the three new characters who was introduced in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, and has been in every game since then.
The daughter of a world-famous oil maufactuer. She has a stubborn, arrogant attitude but also has a penchant for fighting, and thus when she finds the time she engages in street fights.
Lili's appearance seems to portray a "sweet and kind" look. Lili is a young Monegasque teenager with honey-blonde hair with full fringed bangs that cover her forehead, and has light bluish-grey eyes. Lili is also currently the tallest human female character, standing at 5'9". Her primary outfit consists of a white Victorian-style dress, white boots with red socks, red-and-white fingerless gloves, and a red-and-black gingham-patterned ascot tie.
In general, Lili seems to strive for grace and poise with every movement — even and especially during fights. She is also very confident in her fighting abilities. Her behavior is split between efforts to sate her own need for fighting and a deep love for her father, who dislikes conflict, but deep down, Lili is a gentle person and a very sweet young lady.
Lili is the only daughter of Mr. Rochefort, she resides in a very luxurious suburban mansion with her father, and her butler, Sebastian. One day, at the age of twelve years, she was kidnapped and held for ransom, She struggled violently to free herself, taking out one of her captors. That fight triggered her hunger for fighting. Lili's father was a innocent man who dislikes conflict, and Lili didn't want to make him dissapointed, but she could no longer control her urge to fight. Under the guise of a simple vacation from Monaco, she used the family's private jet to take part in street fighting tournaments around the world.
Tekken 5: Dark ResurrectionEdit
After defeating an opponent in San Francisco, Lili received an invitation to join The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5. She soon realized that the host of the tournament was the Mishima Zaibatsu, the main source of her father's trouble. She decides to enter the tournament and win to put an end to her father's business troubles. Lili competed without telling her father, and was defeated by Asuka Kazama.
Tekken 6: Bloodline RebellionEdit
Her father discovered her involvement in the tournament and prohibited her from leaving home, stopping Lili from taking revenge on Asuka. It was then that her father's oil fields were takken over by the Mishima Zaibatsu. The company fell into disarray, and Lili's father collapsed due to stress. Worried about her father's well being, Lili believed she could help if she could reclaim her father's oil fields from the Mishima Financial Group. While formulation her plans, the Mishima Zaibatsu announced the opening of The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6. Lili entered the tournament to help her father. After the tournament, Lili got transferred to Asuka's school to continue their rivalry.
Lili's fighting style was originally called Monegasque-Gymnastic Street Fighting Style. This style is characterized by many dancelike and gymnastic maneuvers - graceful and versatile spins, cartwheels, handstands, tumbles and pirouettes. Lili's fighting style consist of alot of acrobatic flips and elagent kicks and graceful attacks. In this game she has a lot of attacks that chain-into one another.
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- Lili's Pandora Mode activation phrase is translated: "I feel fantastic!", which may be a reference to a line from the song "Still Alive" from Portal.
- In Lili's win quote to Nina, she refers to Nina as "Auntie". Despite this, neither of these characters are related to each other. The reason why Lili calls her "Auntie" is because Nina is 43 years old (as of Tekken 6).
- "Auntie" is a possible translation for "Oba-san," although in this case, where the 16-year-old Lili is insulting the unrelated 43-year-old Nina, something closer to "old hag" would be more keeping with the tone. (The age range more often associated with "old hag," though, in Japanese would be "Obaa-san.")