Have you stolen Lady's jewels or smuggled illegal, dangerous creatures into town? Well you'd better be on your guard because Ronald is on the trail. But where would this formidable detective be without his steadfast companion? James, his chance assistant and gentleman platypus, follows Ronald's instructions to the letter. And being small and extremely agile, he can slip in just about anywhere to uncover clues in the most unlikely of spots and bring down anyone with just one blow of his cane. If you add to this his on-going duels with thieves Mindy and Wendy, it would be fair to say that James leads a fairly busy life!
- Elementry, My Dear James: Inflict 25 Damages with James
- A gentleman detective: Inflict 125 Damages with James
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 8, which is good for a 2*.
- His base damage is 1, but becomes 3 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Jungo.
- His ability copies the damage of the opposing card, which helps since his damage is low.
- Damage reduction doesn't weaken him, since his base damage is already low.
- The clan bonus increases your life by two, if you win with him.
- He is a 2*, so he makes room in your deck.
- His base damage is 1, which is very low, though normal for a 2*.
- His ability is Reprisal, meaning you only get two chances to activate it. It also makes him predictable.
- He is weak against SoA, since he loses his ability and must contend with his low base damage.
- He has competition from the other 2* in Jungo.
- He is based off of Dr. Watson, Sherlock Holmes's (who Ronald is based off of) well-known assistant. His mission, "Elementry, My Dear James", is a nod to Holmes's famous catchphrase.
- He could also be based off of Perry the Platapus from Phineus & Ferb, as they are both platypuses and fight crime.