Little Xingshu was born into a family of celebrated calligraphers with an iron discipline. Shut away at home from a very young age, she followed a strict training in the art of calligraphy under the guidance of her tyrannical tutors. But just after her fifteenth birthday, while sitting in the Zen garden, Xingshu decided to paint the door to her dreams on one of the walls, a door that would take her far away, to a place where she could finally express herself. So, should we be surprised that the door materialized and took her straight to the Skeelz Academy? Well, given her application had already been signed and accepted by Caelus himself several years before, then probably not!


  • Animated Calligraphy: Gain 40 Life Points with Xingshu
  • Flying Ink Dragons: Win 40 fights by finishing with a knock-out from Xingshu

Advantages & Disadvantages


  • Her base power is 8, which is good for a 4*.
  • Her base damage is 5, but becomes 7 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Skeelz.
  • Her ability increases the amount of life you receive for each round that finishes, meaning you can gain up to four life back.
  • Her ability is good to use when you are in danger of being KO'ed, and want to make a gap between you and your opponent.
  • Her ability makes her a very good bluff to use against your opponent, especially in the later rounds.
  • The clan bonus prevents her ability from being canceled, unless she is facing an all-stop.


  • Because of her ability and how much life you could receive, she may become predictable.
  • She is a 4*, so she takes up room in your deck.
  • She has competition from the other 4* in Skeelz.


  • She is the first Space & Time student in over two years to be released. She is also the second female Space & Time student (after Aylen).
  • Her power may be based off of Sai from Naruto, who can also bring to life anything that he draws with his ink.
  • The animals that Xingshu makes in her levels are a butterfly (Lv.1), a koi fish (Lv.2), an owl (Lv.3), and a dragon (final).
  • Her name comes from a form of Chinese script writing during the Han dynasty.
  • She scored first place in the 2015 Miss Clint City pageant. (Though her card came out about two months later. (November 16th.)) This is also makes her the youngest Miss Clint City pageant winner.

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