The following is a list of playable characters from the fighting game, Tekken. The characters are listed in order of the games they debuted in:
is the younger sister of another Tekken character, Nina Williams. Anna was featured in Nina's Arcade mode ending, in which she accuses Nina of stealing one of her shoes. She was also featured as Nina's sub-boss in Tekken. Anna, like all of the other sub-bosses in the first Tekken game, was not given an ending. She was a playable character only in the console version of the game.
In Tekken 2 Nina was once again hired to assassinate the sponsor of the current tournament, Kazuya Mishima. Whether at Kazuya's discretion or Anna's own volition, Anna became a bodyguard for Kazuya, along with Ganryu and Bruce Irvin, who were all charged with Kazuya's protection. It is likely that Anna's intervention prevented her sister from carrying out her contract, and Nina was later captured by Mishima Zaibatsu forces and used in 's cryogenics ('cold-sleep') research. Learning about this, Anna volunteered to be another test subject, requesting that she be woken in the future at the same time as Nina. Her reasons for doing so remain ambiguous, though the game suggests that Anna would have felt lonely without Nina and/or jealous at the thought of her sister's youth being preserved.
In Tekken 3 Nina was awakened 18 years after being placed in 'cold sleep' and fell under the influence of Ogre who compelled her to assassinate Jin Kazama. As per her request, Anna was awakened at the same time as her sister, but she did not fall under Ogre's influence. Nina also began to suffer side effects from the 'cold-sleep', resulting in long term memory loss. In an act of compassion, Anna set out to stop Nina from once again becoming an assassin, and to help her recover her memory loss.
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