|Clan||Fang Pi Clang|
|Ability||Protection: Power and Damage|
|Released||December 11, 2014|
|Stats lv3||9/2 (Ability activated)|
The monastery of the Golden Mountain is a very select institution to which only the very best have access, according to the late Lost Hog Cr's rules. Some occupants of the prestigious establishment come in search of knowledge, technique, enlightenment or even a Bruce Lee collector's edition film. As for Bengal, he left his country for one reason only: to challenge one by one all the masters of the Fang Pi Clang and show them that his Tiger Kick is the most destructive move known to man. Okay, there's nothing particularly original in that, but what else can you expect when all you've been trained to do since birth is destroy banana trees with knee kicks!
- Master of the Tiger Kick: Inflict 60 Damages with Bengal
- A Real Man III: Win 25 rounds with Bengal in elo mode (30/03/2016 - 30/04/2016)
- Tiger Kick!:
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 9, which is insane for a 3*.
- His base damage is 2, but becomes 4 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Fang Pi Clang.
- His ability prevents his power and damage from being reduced, which makes him a good card to use against All-Stars and Pussycats.
- His ability makes him a good bluff.
- The clan bonus increases his damage by two, making him a potential 9/4, which is protected by the ability, therefore just SoA or SoB cards will have no real effect on him. This means that most cards from several clans can't really touch him, and he covers up a huge weakness of the Fang Pi Clang.
- His base damage is 2, which is low for a 3*.
- He is weak against All Stop, since he cannot increase his damage.
- His main weakness are cards, like: Alexei, Striker Cr and Bishop, who not only cancel out his ability, but also reduce his base power.
- The fighting style based in his bio and artwork is a reference to Muay Thai, a fighting style made in Thailand, which is based on knee strikes.
- His name, most likely, comes from the Bengal tiger.
- He could be a reference to Sagat from the Street Fighter series. Like Bengal, Sagat also uses Muay Thai and has attacks that refer to tigers. The orange hair and pride in his power may serve as a reference to Adon of the same series.