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Other appearances and merchandise[edit]

Summer Daniels and Corissa Furr portraying Nina and Lili at the E3 2012
Lili is the main character in the gamebook Queen's Gate Lili in the Queen's Blade series.[9][10] She is also a playable character in the video game based on the Queen's Blade franchise, Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos.[11]

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A model portrayed Lili in the Tekken Maxim Photoshoot gallery in Maxim.[12] A live-action Lili is also featured in the Spike Video Game Awards 2011 trailer for the console versions of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 where she, Asuka Kazama, Kazuya Mishima and Bryan Fury are all fighting each other.[13] A live-action Lili, portrayed by Corissa Furr, also appears in the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Girl Power Trailer, shown at Comic-Con in 2012.[14] Lili's dossier is briefly seen in the CGI film Tekken: Blood Vengeance when Anna Williams opens a file containing dossiers on various people of interest.
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Lili is featured on the cover of Play's Girls of Gaming Vol. 7, where she is seen at a beach in a bikini.[15] A wall poster was released to promote her appearance in Street Fighter X Tekken.[16] In 2009, two Lili action figures were released by Bandai and manufactured by Super Modelling Soul for their Tekken 6 toy line,[17] one of them featuring Lili in a pose resembling one of her Tekken 6 promotion images.[18] In 2011, Hobby Japan released another Lili action figure, based on her appearance from Queen's Gate.[19] As part of the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 toyline, a Lili figure by Kotobukiya was released in February 2013, based on an illustration by Shunya Yamashita.[20][21]
 
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