History[edit | edit source]
Rei was a 17 year old student at the Kenouryu dojo lead by a man named Michiyuki Taki along with her little brother Yu. One day during training, a stranger entered the dojo while she and Yu were quarreling over a sparring match. Taki recognized the man, who revealed that he was the brother of the Kujos' friend Masato. They looked him up in a database of fighters and learned he was named Go Kazama, and he had been travelling the world for the last five years. Taki attacked the man, only to be humiliated in front of the class before storming out. He revealed that he came to search for his missing brother, and Rei revealed that he had been kidnapped.
"In Peril! Go"[edit | edit source]
Rei and her friend Kido began searching the dojo for clues on Masato's whereabouts while Yu went to check on a lead with the police. Go soon arrived and started teasing her, which caused her to rashly leave with Kido to the place Yu had learned about. They came to an abandoned building where they were ambushed by the Mutian monster Doggross. Kido tried to defend his friends but was quickly defeated before Go arrived and began putting up a real fight. Their battle ended when Doggross faltered and was escorted away by two Guyborgs. Using their parents vast sums of money, they set Go and his friend and former Crown scientist Takeo Shiroishi up in Masato's old apartment before going with Yu to follow a lead from a detective Yu spoke to earlier. They arrived in a railyard only to discover that it was a trap and that he was bought by Crown. Yu kicked his cuffs out of his hand, allowing Rei to use her Kenoryu training to defeat him. They ran to hide, only to have Doggross corner them. Luckily, Go arrived to save them, and Shiroishi ushered them to safety. Yu then spotted a hero called Guyferd, who defeated Doggross and disappeared before they returned to see Go passed out on the ground. With Go safe, they all went home.
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