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  • Travis Touchdown
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  • Travis Touchdown becomes available as a summon after Sora defeats all of the Suda51 secret bosses, which are scattered across the DLC worlds.
  • Travis Touchdown, also known as the "Crownless King" is the main player character of No More Heroes and its sequel, No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle. Despite being the main protagonist, he kills nearly everyone he comes across to become number 1. He was voiced by Robin Atkin Downes.
  • Travis Touchdown is the protagonist in the Wii cult hit No More Heroes. He's best known for pursuing the ten assassins ranked higher than him throughout his game. He also likes Luchador wrestling masks, action figures, and lightsabers. Thanks to how awesome No More Heroes is, a few members of Board 8 rallied to get Travis into the Summer 2008 Contest. Despite their effort, Travis finished last against Mewtwo, Pac-Man, and Ness.
  • Travis Touchdown is the Protagonist and Antihero of the Wii Game "No More Heroes". A professional American Assassin and stereotypical Otaku, Travis wields a Beam Katana (which closely resembles a Light Saber) to fight other Assassins in Ranked Matches created by the UAA (United Assassins Association). He reached Rank 1, not once, but twice before officially retiring from killing. He is also nicknamed "The Crownless King" or "No More Hero" because he gave up his title of No. 1 in the first game.
  • Travis Touchdown (トラヴィス・タッチダウン Torabisu Tacchidaun) is a main character and the anti-hero protagonist in both installments of the No More Heroes video game series. He is introduced as a 27-year-old (30-year-old in Desperate Struggle) American assassin and stereotypical otaku – his motel room decorated with professional wrestling and anime collectibles – living in near poverty in the Motel "NO MORE HEROES" of Santa Destroy accompanied by his kitten Jeane (most likely named after his lost love). He appears to have interest in lucha libre, video games, Japanese pro wrestling icons, and anime; his favorite being a moe-driven anime series called Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly.
  • He is a 27-year-old American assassin and stereotypical otaku – his motel room decorated with professional wrestling and anime collectibles – living in near, but comfortable and habitable, poverty in the motel "NO MORE HEROES" of Santa Destroy, California accompanied by his kitten Jeane (most likely named after his lost love). He appears to have interest in lucha libre and Japanese pro wrestling icons (like Thunder Ryu), as well as a moe driven anime series called Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly; his apartment is filled with such mentioned merchandise.
  • Travis Touchdown (トラヴィス・タッチダウン Toravisu Tacchidaun) AKA Holy Sword/Crownless King/No More Hero is the main character of No More Heroes and its sequel, No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle. He is a 27-year-old American assassin and stereotypical otaku – his motel room decorated with professional wrestling and anime collectibles – living in near poverty in the motel "NO MORE HEROES" of Santa Destroy, California accompanied by his kitten Jeane (most likely named after his lost love). He appears to have interest in lucha libre and Japanese pro wrestling icons (like Thunder Ryu), as well as a moe driven anime series called Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly; his apartment is filled with such mentioned merchandise.
  • Travis Touchdown is an American video game antihero who first appeared in the 2008 Wii video game No More Heroes. 27 years old in No More Heroes, he is both an otaku and a professional assassin, wielding a beam sword weapon. He was created by No More Heroes director Goichi Suda, and voiced by Robin Atkin Downes. He later appeared in the 2010 video game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, which takes place three years later.
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  • Assassin Charm
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  • Unknown
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  • Summon Item
Row 2 info
  • No More Heroes
type of villain
  • Assassin, Seeker of Vengeance
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  • Home World
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  • Robin Atkin Downes
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  • Origin
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  • Voiced by
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  • Ally, Summon
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  • Role
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Box Title
  • Travis Touchdown
Relatives
Voice
Goals
  • Become the number 1 assassin, avenge his friend Bishop, get into a relationship with Sylvia.
Origin
  • No More Heroes
Skills
  • Wrestling, Beam Katana wielding, enhance strength, and endurance, can take the form of a tiger that can kill anyone in one shot, can seem to survive near-death experiences
Age
  • 8.520552E8
  • 9.46728E8
Series
  • No More Heroes
Weapon
  • Beam Katana
  • Beam katanas, preferably the Blood Berry, Tsubaki, Peony and Rose Nasty models
Name
  • Travis Touchdown
Type
  • Character
Romaji
  • Torabisu Tacchidaun
Caption
  • Travis Touchdown, as depicted in No More Heroes .
  • Travis Touchdown in No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle
First
  • No More Heroes
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lastgame
  • No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle 2010
Alias
  • Crownless King
  • No More Hero
OtherNames
  • Holy Sword, Crownless King, No More Hero
Hobby
  • Assassinating people, watching anime, playing video games, playing with his cat.
Voice Actor
Image size
  • 300
Class
  • C
firstgame
  • No More Heroes
notable kills
  • Helter-Skelter, Death Metal, Dr. Peace, Destroyman, Harvey Moiseiwitsch Volodarskii, Speed Buster, Bad Girl, Jeane, countless thugs, Skelter Helter, Nathan Copeland, Charlie Macdonald and his cheerleaders, Matt Helms, Cloe Walsh, Dr. Letz Shake, Margaret Moonlight, Captain Vladimir, Alice Twilight, Jasper Batt, Jr.
Affiliations
Occupation
  • Ranked assassin in the United Assassins Association
  • Ranked Assassin
Family
  • Twin brother of Henry, half-brother of Jeane, brother-in-law of Sylvia Christel, uncle of Jeane
Fullname
  • Travis Touchdown
VoiceActor
Image File
  • TravisTouchdown2.jpg
Artist
  • Takeshi Uechi
  • Yūsuke Kozaki
Kana
  • トラヴィス・タッチダウン
Alter Ego
  • Various
Creator
Nationality
Size
  • 300
first appears
  • No More Heroes
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  • Travis Touchdown becomes available as a summon after Sora defeats all of the Suda51 secret bosses, which are scattered across the DLC worlds.
  • Travis Touchdown (トラヴィス・タッチダウン Toravisu Tacchidaun) AKA Holy Sword/Crownless King/No More Hero is the main character of No More Heroes and its sequel, No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle. He is a 27-year-old American assassin and stereotypical otaku – his motel room decorated with professional wrestling and anime collectibles – living in near poverty in the motel "NO MORE HEROES" of Santa Destroy, California accompanied by his kitten Jeane (most likely named after his lost love). He appears to have interest in lucha libre and Japanese pro wrestling icons (like Thunder Ryu), as well as a moe driven anime series called Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly; his apartment is filled with such mentioned merchandise. After winning a beam katana in an online auction he becomes a hitman. When he runs out of money to buy video games he accepts a job to kill Helter-Skelter, also known as "the Drifter," which earns him rank eleven by the United Assassins Association, a governing body of assassins. Realizing that he has now made himself a target for aspiring assassins, he sets out to secure himself as number one in the UAA. He gets around on his motorcycle, dubbed the "Schpeltiger." Travis Touchdown is voiced by Robin Atkin Downes.
  • Travis Touchdown, also known as the "Crownless King" is the main player character of No More Heroes and its sequel, No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle. Despite being the main protagonist, he kills nearly everyone he comes across to become number 1. He was voiced by Robin Atkin Downes.
  • Travis Touchdown (トラヴィス・タッチダウン Torabisu Tacchidaun) is a main character and the anti-hero protagonist in both installments of the No More Heroes video game series. He is introduced as a 27-year-old (30-year-old in Desperate Struggle) American assassin and stereotypical otaku – his motel room decorated with professional wrestling and anime collectibles – living in near poverty in the Motel "NO MORE HEROES" of Santa Destroy accompanied by his kitten Jeane (most likely named after his lost love). He appears to have interest in lucha libre, video games, Japanese pro wrestling icons, and anime; his favorite being a moe-driven anime series called Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly. Travis Touchdown returns as the primary protagonist of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. Goichi Suda previously said he will be retired from the series from No More Heroes 3 and potentially onward, but later changed his mind when speaking about how the third game would come out in a long time, talking about how Travis would be much older then. Travis Touchdown is voiced by Robin Atkin Downes, and was based on Jackass' Johnny Knoxville and Ultimate Fighting Championship contender Josh Barnett.
  • Travis Touchdown is an American video game antihero who first appeared in the 2008 Wii video game No More Heroes. 27 years old in No More Heroes, he is both an otaku and a professional assassin, wielding a beam sword weapon. He was created by No More Heroes director Goichi Suda, and voiced by Robin Atkin Downes. He later appeared in the 2010 video game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, which takes place three years later. He is based on the Jackass star Johnny Knoxville. He is named after the protagonist of the film Paris, Texas directed by Wim Wenders. He lives a lifestyle that is often compared to those of average people because of his obsession with anime, professional wrestling, pornography, and action figures; however, this lifestyle has also been called an "uber male fantasy." He has received mostly positive reception, with MSNBC describing his appearance as "richly detailed" and "flamboyantly designed". He has also been compared to other characters in fiction, such as Tyler Durden from Fight Club and The Bride from Kill Bill.
  • Travis Touchdown is the protagonist in the Wii cult hit No More Heroes. He's best known for pursuing the ten assassins ranked higher than him throughout his game. He also likes Luchador wrestling masks, action figures, and lightsabers. Thanks to how awesome No More Heroes is, a few members of Board 8 rallied to get Travis into the Summer 2008 Contest. Despite their effort, Travis finished last against Mewtwo, Pac-Man, and Ness.
  • He is a 27-year-old American assassin and stereotypical otaku – his motel room decorated with professional wrestling and anime collectibles – living in near, but comfortable and habitable, poverty in the motel "NO MORE HEROES" of Santa Destroy, California accompanied by his kitten Jeane (most likely named after his lost love). He appears to have interest in lucha libre and Japanese pro wrestling icons (like Thunder Ryu), as well as a moe driven anime series called Pure White Lover Bizarre Jelly; his apartment is filled with such mentioned merchandise. After winning a beam katana in an online auction, he is hired by a woman called Sylvia to be a hitman. When he runs out of money to buy video games he accepts a job to kill Helter-Skelter, also known as "the Drifter," which earns him rank eleven by the United Assassins Association, a governing body of assassins. Realizing that he has now made himself a target for aspiring assassins, he sets out to secure himself as number one in the UAA, also making a deal with Sylvia that if he becomes number one, they will "do it". He gets around on his motorcycle, dubbed the "Schpeltiger." He is voiced by Robin Atkin Downes, who also voices Kazuhira Miller.
  • Travis Touchdown is the Protagonist and Antihero of the Wii Game "No More Heroes". A professional American Assassin and stereotypical Otaku, Travis wields a Beam Katana (which closely resembles a Light Saber) to fight other Assassins in Ranked Matches created by the UAA (United Assassins Association). He reached Rank 1, not once, but twice before officially retiring from killing. He is also nicknamed "The Crownless King" or "No More Hero" because he gave up his title of No. 1 in the first game.
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