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ラース・アレクサンダーソン Rāsu Arekusandāson
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
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Birthdate Astrological Sign Cancer July 18
Gender Gender Male Male
  • Part II: 183 cm
    1.83 m
    6.004 ft
    72.047 in
  • Part II: 77 kg
    169.756 lb
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Lars Alexandersson (ラース・アレクサンダーソン, Rāsu Arekusandāson) is a bonus playable guest character in Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2. Lars is part of a crossover with the Tekken franchise and was originally introduced in Tekken 6, where he received an extra costume design created by Masashi Kishimoto; this design formed the basis of his appearance in Ultimate Ninja Storm 2.


Lars' background in the Naruto universe is never explained and left unknown.

In Tekken 6, Lars is a half-Swedish, half-Japanese soldier within the Tekken Force, and is the illegitimate son of Heihachi Mishima, half-uncle of Jin Kazama, half-brother to Kazuya Mishima, and adoptive brother of Lee Chaolan. He travels the world for a time, then leads the Tekken Force in a rebellion against the Mishima Zaibatsu and the G-Corporation, military forces controlled by his half-nephew, Jin Kazama and half-brother, Kazuya Mishima.


Lars Concept Art

Concept art of Lars by Masashi Kishimoto.

Lars is a man with green eyes and blond hair that features fringe bangs with upturned spikes in the back and a topknot in the shape of a crescent moon. He wears a patterned red kimono, decorative white obi, and golden armour adorned with a lion, spiral designs, and clawed gauntlets. His outfit includes golden accessories, including a hair pin, rings fastened to the collar of his kimono, and an accessory on the knot of his obi. The back of his kimono features a stylized "46" design as his clan symbol.


In Tekken 6, Lars is a warm-hearted and disciplined military man, in sharp contrast with the fierce and vengeful Mishima family members to whom he is related. He is a serious and focused fighter, but allows his emotions and sense of righteousness to determine the outcome of his battles.


Lars Tekken 6 Kishimoto

Lars as he appears in Tekken 6, in his alternate costume by Masashi Kishimoto.

In Tekken 6, Lars uses the fictional Tekken Force fighting style and has many attacks named after military terminology, weapons, and technology. He can perform Dynamic Entry (a stance where Lars dashes forward, unlike Might Guy's Dynamic Entry), as well as a technique known as Silent Entry (a stance where Lars dashes forward while in a crouching position).

In Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, Lars is shown to be his exceedingly skilled in taijutsu and, as such, is his main arsenal. He mainly combined his attacks with Lightning Release, by flowing chakra through his body at the point of contact. In addition, he is capable of using a minigun designed with motifs similar to his outfit; however, in keeping with the series' trend of not using any true firearms, the minigun fires kunai instead of bullets at a pretty impressive rate.

Video Games

Lars Alexandersson is a playable character in the following video games:

Game nameJapanese releaseEnglish release
Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 221 October 201019 October 2010


Lars Tekken 6

Lars as he appears in Tekken 6.

  • The golden lion on Lars' right shoulder is a stylised representation of Pac-Man, Namco's most famous video game character. Namco is the developer of the Tekken series and, as Namco Bandai Games, the publisher of many Naruto video games.
  • Lars' clan symbol is a stylised 46, Sweden's country calling code, referring to his half-Swedish nationality.
  • Lars' victory poses seem to be from Tekken 6, such as him speaking on his cell phone, saying "We have injured, send the medic."
  • In keeping with his appearance in Tekken 6, where characters kept their respective international voices in the English versions (whilst Lars spoke Japanese), Lars does not have an English voice actor, and therefore, no English voice in his appearance in Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, instead keeping his Japanese voice, no matter what language the voices are set to. Until the release of Capcom's crossover with Namco, Street Fight X Tekken, he is given an English voice by Jack Calabrisi in the game only.

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