Feng Wei is a fictional Chinese character in Tekken’s series of fighting games. He was introduced in Tekken 5 as one of the three new characters (the other two are Asuka Kazama and Raven) and is back in all subsequent games.
Feng Wei Story
When he was a boy, Feng Wei was raised as a disciple by a Kempo master, who was so skilled that he was called Shinken. At the age of 20, Feng was the best student his school had ever seen. When his master scolded Feng for fighting outside the dojo, he killed him. Now Feng searches for the secret of the God Fist scrolls stolen by the Mishima family and joins the fifth King of Iron Fist tournament to do it.
Asuka Kazama and Lei Wulong have connections with the ruthless, cruel boxer Kempo. Feng severely beat Asuka’s father and destroyed his dojo in search of the scrolls, while Lei was trying to arrest Feng for his similar actions in China.
Finishing Description: Feng Wei manages to get the God Fist scroll in the fifth King of Iron Fist tournament and, after reading and studying the vague scroll, he is seen practicing his new powers and try to destroy an entire mountain with just one attack.
A ruthless and ruthless fighter. Feng has a desire for power and fights, which can be seen as both strength and weakness, and although he is skilled enough to be the best in his class, his biggest drawback is his addiction and Impulsive wanting to start fighting ultimately made him better, causing him to kill his master after he scolded him for fighting outside the dojo.
Feng Wei seeks to become the strongest warrior in the world and is not afraid to show his full power to any opponent that gets in his way while destroying many dojos and hurting many innocent people. to get what he wants. He also seems to hate weak people, as he told Asuka, “the weak don’t deserve life” when answering why he attacked her father.
Feng Wei Important Moves
d / f + 1
[Start-up: 14 Blocks: 0 Hit: +6 Hit: + 36g] One of Feng’s middle slot punches. This D / f + 1 is unique, it boots slower at i14 (Most characters start at i13), however this move is neutral on the block unlike most d / f + 1 in the game, usually slightly negative when the block. This worked for Feng because he has a lot of good tracking options. b + 1 will trade with their stab and interrupt anything 11 frames or slower for a strong counterattack.
d + 2 and d / b + 3
They are good low slit punch that high hit, you can also use d + 1 (down total hit) as a safer high-hit option, although all these options are possible downplayed. You can use Fish Hook (b + 4) of Feng Wei to poke them out of an evasion attempt. Alternatively, you can also do a normal jab (1 or f + 1) if you think they won’t do anything or they try to do a low crush, such as a hopkick jump, This will cause them to float a full combo. If you want really tough, you can also do u / f + 2 as a dodge slot punch, f + 3 + 4 (STC) for wire reversal, and Hopkick (u / f + 4) to take down your opponents trying to duck your b + 1, however, all these options carry some sort of risk and are only intended for difficult readings.