THE DRAGON MASTER
Burst Damage :
Evasive Damage :
Upper and Lower Strike System
Jack of all trades
Flexible Combat Style
Lee is a Kung Fu fighter and a Dragon Warrior. His fighting style heavily relies on keeping his opponent off guard before finishing him off with his Dragon chi attacks. He utilizes a unique mechanic that is only available to him and him alone in the game, an Upper and Lower Strike combo system.
Lower Strike Card
Upper Strike Card
When an Upper Strike is successfully played, any subsequent Lower Strike, or vice versa, can trigger additional game changing effects, crippling his opponent or allowing Lee to gain a big advantage.
Combo 1 - Consistency or Disruption
Lee can be very flexible in his combos as different strike effects can be triggered depending on card sequencing. If EYE POKE is played first, the KNEE KICK follow up will trigger the effect "Draw 2 cards". On the other hand if Lee KNEE KICK first, the subsequent EYE POKE will force your opponent to discard 2 cards with "Daze(2)". This system allows Lee to tailor the effect for the right situation.
Combo 2 - Fast Damage or Big Buildup
"THROAT JAB" and "KIDNEY BLOW" are both damage dealers. THROAT JAB can be triggered to deal 10 damage, greatly hurting his opponent with 35 maximum health. This is a powerful finisher and is difficult to block.
Yet if Lee can inflict "TRAUMA" from "KIDNEY BLOW", there is a 30% chance at the end of every turn to cause additional damage from TRAUMA POINTS. These points are accumulated from all subsequent damage. This guarantees his opponent's demise if the game lasts long enough.
Combo 3 - Twin Dragon
'TWIN DRAGON' is not a Strike style card, but the "REUSE" ability allows Lee to pick up any Upper Strike or Lower Strike card that is in play and return it to his hand, allowing him to play it again if he has the resources. The power of the card is only limited by your imagination and the effects that you can reuse and retrigger.
Lee's greatest advantage is his ability to adapt with his many tools in his arsenal. He can always trigger the right effect for any given situation, whether he is running low on cards or needing to finish off his opponent immediately. Understanding his toolset and flexibility is essential if you are to maximize his potential.