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Shang-Chi (Earth-616)

Summary

Shang-Chi (Chinese: 上氣; pinyin: shàng qì; literally: "rising of the spirit") is a fictional character, often called the "Master of Kung Fu", appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Jim Starlin. Shang-Chi possesses extraordinary mastery of numerous unarmed and weaponry-based wushu-styles, including the gunnunchaku and jian. He later, upon joining the Avengers, ultimately gains the power to create countless duplicates of himself.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-B

Name: Shang Chi

Origin: Marvel Comics

Gender: Male

Age: Probably in his 30s

Classification: Human Martial Artist

Powers and Abilities: Peak Human Physical Characteristics. Master Martial Artist. Chi Manipulation, Self-Duplication

Attack Potency: Wall level+ (Smashed through a concrete wall with just an elbow. Also kicked a hole through a wall big enough to walk through whilst barefoot)

Speed: At least Supersonic+ combat speed (Listed in the same tier as Hawkeye in the Master Edition version of the official Marvel handbook. Dodged bullets inches from his face after they were fired. Also described by Spider-Man as the fastest human that he has ever seen.)

Lifting Strength: Peak Human

Striking Strength: Class KJ+

Durability: Wall level+

Stamina: At least Peak Human

Range: Several dozen meters

Standard Equipment: Nothing notable

Intelligence: High

Weaknesses: Normal human weaknesses

Feats:

Strength

Speed

Durability

Skills

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Others

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