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This article is about Jin from Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Torna ~ The Golden Country. For Jin from the Xenosaga games, see Jin Uzuki.
Jin TTGC.png
Jin without his mask
Species Blade
Gender Male
Designer Tetsuya Nomura
Japanese VA Takahiro Sakurai
English VA John Schwab
Appearances Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Torna ~ The Golden Country
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Jin (シン) is Lora's Blade in Torna ~ The Golden Country and an antagonist in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, he is the leader of the Torna organization. He joins Rex' team twice as a guest character and can also be played in Titan Battleship Assault in the Challenge Battle mode.

Appearance and personality[edit]

Jin is a tall main with short white hair and blue eyes. He wears grey armour with a white cloak, pants, and boots, as well as a white mask with horns, which was given to him by Lora to hide his identity. In Torna: The Golden Country, Jin is the stern and silent type, but still occasionally cracks some jokes. He values the safety of his driver Lora above anything else and will use any means necessary to keep her safe. In the main game of Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Jin has depression, due to the death of Lora near the end of Torna: The Golden Country. He rarely speaks anymore, only vaguely revealing his motivations to the party in a few occasions. His pessimistic way of thinking leads him to believe that all human life should be eradicated so that no more blades can be awakened and be brought upon the pain of knowing they will one day forget their driver. Once he will have achieved this goal, he wants to kill The Architect out of spite for creating the world. Only by the end of the game, Rex' optimistic spirit causes him to have a change of heart, giving Jin a newfound view of life, before he uses the last of his powers to sacrifice himself so the party can stop Malos.

Story arc[edit]

Jin first appears as part of the elite salvaging crew hired by Bana, and explains to Rex that something was lost very deep in the Cloud Sea. Once the ship is raised, he suggests that Rex joins the search inside. This pays off when they find Addam's Crest sealing doors, which can only be opened by a Leftherian. Inside, Rex finds the Aegis, and touches its core crystal. Jin immediately kills Rex as an "act of mercy". However, Rex is revived by Pyra becoming his Blade, and the two escape the ensuing confrontation. Jin decides to have Ahkos pursue them rather than give chase themselves.

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As a playable character[edit]

Ancient Ship[edit]

Main article: Jin/Gameplay (Ancient Ship)

Land of Morytha[edit]

Main article: Jin/Gameplay (Land of Morytha)

Titan Battleship Assault[edit]

Main article: Jin/Gameplay (Titan Battleship Assault)

In Torna ~ The Golden Country[edit]

Main article: Jin/Gameplay (TTGC)

As an enemy[edit]


Main article: Jin (Haggle's Swordtip)

Kingdom of Tantal[edit]

Main article: Jin (Genbu Crown)

Cliffs of Morytha[edit]

Main article: Jin (Gotrock Ruins)

World Tree[edit]

Main article: Jin (Lv. 4, Megrez)

Serious Showdown[edit]

Main article: Jin (Serious Showdown)