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Genzo, was the boss of the Mizumoto syndicate[2]. On the succession ceremony, his body was taken over by the Founder of Mizumoto syndicate. The Founder is also the father of Tanaseda Hideki.

Biography

Takeshi had brought Holly back to the Wild Geese, Mizumoto syndicate headquarters. While she was inking Shinji's tattoo preparing him for the succession. Genzo was speaking with Takeshi and was explaining the loyalty code they had in the syndicate and how with each succession the previous boss dies along with his sleeve.

On the day of the succession, he went to Shinji, informing him they will start the succession earlier and Holly drugged him from behind, knocking Shinji out. Holly then deleted Shinji's stack and transferred Genzo's one in him. During the ceremony, Genzo's tattoo activated, killing his body and stack, but he was already in Shinji. His son, Tanaseda was in the audience, and revealed he was shifting from body to body, taking not only the hard work the new bosses put to became bosses, but also their lives and bodies and wondered if he had also killed his other son. As he shut down the audience, he told Holly to proceed with finishing the tattoo, but then realized she was about to activate the destruction program and kill him. She revealed she knew he had her parents stacks, and the Founder then took out two stacks and destroyed them.

Takeshi, Gena and yakuza men then came, knowing the truth the Founder. The yakuza followed him behind stage to kill him, but the Founder had put on an enhanced armor and killed them all. He then fought Takeshi and Gena, but they were no match for him. Ogai realizing this wasn't his new boss, Shinji, attacked him and with help of Gena, Takeshi managed to destroy the Founder's armor. Takeshi then fought him in a fist fight and defeated him, breaking his arms and legs. Holly then activated the destruction tattoo program. While dying, he was asking his son, Tanaseda, for help, but instead Tanaseda shot him in the head and the stack.

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