|— GRAND CHASE —|
The Shisa uses a tonfa to augment the already devastating close quarters combat techniques of the Fighter. The Shisa excels at long combos and quick attacks to bring down his enemies.
The Shisa's strength derives from his ability to move about quickly and dodge many attacks. With his high level of mobility the Shisa can quickly maneuver around an enemy and lock him down. Any enemy caught in the Shisa’s whirlwind movements will quickly succumb to panic and lose sight of the Shisa. All of this gives the Shisa ample time to strike and quickly retreat to safety. The tonfa are best suited to quick, close quarters combat. Though small, they add to the already devastating power of Jin’s fists.
It is necessary to be level twenty (20) to be able to participate in Second (2nd) Job Promotion.
"Jin, your mastery of Chi and hand-to-hand combat is still sloppy at best! Now you must face the harsh journey before you become the Shisa. Let nothing make you tremble! Now your journey starts!"
- Shisa Mu's Soul -
(Cost 200 GP)
- Run the Marsh of Oblivion once. Even if you don't successfully pass the dungeon, you'll still complete the mission.
- Entering the dungeon and leaving immediately does not count as "running". It only counts if the dungeon is completed or failed.
- Slay 100 monsters within the range of ± 2 above or below level monsters.
(Cost 6500 Cash)
- Obtain 1 Gem.
||"A warrior may choose peace. All others are condemned to it!"|
||"Burn! My warrior spirit!"|
||"I take it your silence is often mistaken for confusion."|
||"At least attempt to defend yourself."|
||"It's okay. You haven't seen anything yet."|
||"This victory, will be forever be engraved in my heart."|
|Basic Combo||Jin swings his tonfas numerous times before knocking the target upward.|
|+||Critical Attack||In the middle of his combo, Jin swings upward, then downward.|
|+||Double Attack||At the end of his combo, Jin swings upward, then downward.|
|++||Combo (Up)||In the middle of his combo, Jin swings upward to knock the opponent into the air and kicks them thrice.|
|+||Jump Attack||Jin jumps up and swings his tonfa.|
|++||Air Step|| Jin jumps up and steps down on his opponent.|
Note: This can be ottoshoted, but the maximum consecutive hits is five.
|+||Dash||Jin dashes forward. Holding down the key causes him to run.|
|+||Air Dash||After jumping, Jin dashes in midair.|
|+||Dash Attack||While dashing, Jin swings downward and then upward.|
|++||Dragon Kick||While dashing, Jin performs a somersault kick upward, knocking the target into the air.|
|+||Shadow Dodge||Jin slips behind his target via shadow silhouette.|
|++||Roll||While dashing, Jin rolls forward.|
|Chi Charge||Jin charges Chi for his Burning Gauge.|
|+||Grab|| Jin leaps up and performs a triple roundhouse kick to his opponent.|
(Note: Both players are invincible throughout the animation.)
(Note: Only works in PvP; Dungeon monsters cannot be grabbed.)
(Note: Due to lag, it may not work, or may intercept the opponent's attack/skill.)
|LVL 1 Basic||Jin performs three tonfa swings and ends off with a kick.|
|LVL 2 Basic||Jin slides forward and deals two punches then creates a large burst in front of him.|
|LVL 3 Basic||Jin swings his tonfas numerous times, creating a series of explosions, then slides and produces a much larger explosion.|
|LVL 4 Special||
Jin charges a small ball of Chi vacuums nearby enemies and then strikes with a palm. If the palm connects, a large circle of Chi will be summoned around Jin, trapping and dealing large damage over time to the opponent, and at the end the circle explodes, dealing more damage and knocking opponents away.
|LVL 1 Burning||Jin rears back before kicking, and the skill is slower. There is no notable change ind amage.|
|LVL 2 Burning||The two punches are replaced with a series of tonfa swings.|
|LVL 3 Burning||
Burning The Glow!
|The skill's damage is increased, the slide is replaced with a forward charge and the explosion strikes all around Jin and is much larger.|
- Shisa is also known as Champion, Master or Taesacha.
- Shisa was never given a trailer. Furthermore, future trailers for characters and classes in the North American server were no longer produced after Shisa was released.
- According to Bingo, the words "Shisa" and "Tonfa" originated form the real-life continent of Japan.