Kamekun is no ordinary child. In fact, he's not a child at all! This old Kenpo master isolated himself for over 50 years to practice Tai Chi at the top of Mount Ji-Fu. Having gained total mastery of his vital strength, Kamekun has given himself a second youth and can channel his energy to create a destructive force. And to what end, you might well ask? To exact his revenge on Yumi, who after having beaten him in a famous tournament, then refused his hand in marriage…
- Master of the Tortoises: Win 10 rounds with Kamekun
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 7, which is good for a 3*.
- His base damage is 3, but becomes 5 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Fang Pi Clang.
- His ability increases his attack by the amount of life you have left, which helps in low-pill fights.
- His ability makes him a good bluff against your opponent.
- SoA doesn't hurt him much, since his base power is already high.
- The clan bonus increases his damage by two, making him a potential 7/5. If you fury with him while his bonus is activated, his damage increases to 7.
- His base damage is 3, which is low for a 3*.
- SoA removes his chance to increase his attack, which weakens him a bit.
- SoB removes his chance to increase his damage, which is low.
- His main weakness are cards, like: Baby Q, Lucy, and Artus, who not only reduce his damage, but also cancel his bonus.
- He has competition from the other 3* in Fang Pi Clang.
- He is based off of Master Roshi from the Dragonball Z series. His name is based off of the Kamehameha wave, one of the most well-known attacks in the DBZ series, and he also has a pet turtle just like Master Roshi.
- The name of the mountain that he trained on is an anagram of the famous Japanese mountain, Mount Fuji.
- His name is 'turtle' in Japanese (first part), and 'kun' is a child's word for when a child is addressing another child, particularly a boy (last part).