Attack: 3540 - 7120 (1-1)
Defense: 2360 - 4740 (1-1)
A warrior's true calling is to uphold the honor of his family. Regardless the odds, to rush in to battle head high and heart strong! From childhood the clan had raised him in the way of the sword, to always stand firm against injustice.
Attack: 5080 - 9944 (2-3)
Defense: 3380 - 6628 (2-3)
A warrior's true calling is to uphold the honor of his family. Regardless the odds, to rush in to battle head high and heart strong! Tradition and discipline before one's self, to fight with pride till one's last breath. Death in disgrace unforgivable.
Attack: 5820 - 11959 (4-7++)
Defense: 3880 - 7976 (4-7++)
A warrior's true calling is to uphold the honor of his family. Regardless the odds, to rush into battle head high and heart strong! Wave after wave they come! Steel rings, and even the smallest of cut, could mean dishonor! For pride I cleave through!
Genji (Honor and Brotherhood)
A decade, a century, if i must I shall fight on! Numberless they shall fall before me! Above my very life, my clan, my friends, my honor! Sun at my back, moon and stars in my eyes, my days will end sword in hand and by my brothers' side!
Genji (Honor and Brotherhood) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 13448
Defense (4-1): 8972
Attack (4-7): 14740
Defense (4-7): 9833
Attack (8-15): 15252
Defense (8-15): 10175
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|Genji (Honor and Brotherhood)||
(P): PURE 4-1 STATS (no carryover stats)
‡: Denotes NON-enhanced level 1 carryover stats
◊: Calculated, remove this symbol if stats are confirmed
(M##): Mirror Dragon used; ##: stage(s) where it was used
Genji was added with the 11th Super Rare Card Chance event.
Genji is untradable, as are all Super Rare Card Chance rewards.
Genji is a fictional character from The Tale of Genji, sometimes referred to as the world's first novel, written by the Japanese noblewoman and lady-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu in the early years of the 11th century.
Genji, the second son of the Japanese emperor, was relegated to commoner status for political reasons and began a career as an imperial officer. The tale concentrates on Genji's romantic life and describes the customs of the aristocratic society of the time. Eventually, Genji is able to return to the court, and his status in the imperial army is raised to the highest possible by the emperor at that time, a son of Genji and one of his earlier romantic interests.