Lee Chaolan is a very multi-faceted fighter
Lee Chaolan was orphaned as a child when he was still very young. Due to the death of his parents, he was forced to take care of himself, fighting for his life almost every day. He trained good reflexes, which helped him a lot. Lee, who fought off several of his peers at once, was noticed by his future adoptive father. The man was amazed at how courageously Lee did not give up, as well as his fighting skills, and decided to adopt him. After that, Lee Chaolan, with the help of his adoptive father, went to Japan to study.
Though eccentric to the point of femininity and just as scheming as his adoptive father, Lee is ultimately good-natured and holds a great contempt towards Kazuya and Heihachi.
Lee Chaolan is a versatile character for both experienced players and newbies. He has a wide variety of blows. For experienced players, Lee has some high damage but pretty complicated combos. For beginners - poking. These of his hits are relatively basic inputs, which can carry you in the introductory phases. One of the most powerful Lee's hits is Eslide Execution. This is a very hard-to-see and hard-to-punish low attack.
Lee Chaolan Move List (Command List) | TEKKEN 7 by Lady Onfire
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Tactic about Lee's combos and moves
Learn some basic combos and wall followups. Learn to use 1, df1, d3 to control the pace of your opponent up close. Master the 223, 44, and d3 CH trifecta. Start learning slide if you have the skill, and use it from range. Learn how to harass with low pokes like db3, MSTB 4, and db3+4, which are + on hit. These are a different kind of low than a snake edge because it doesn’t give you a combo or high damage, but they are invisible and leave you with speed advantage to compliment your pressure and chip away at the opponent. Read the “Incorporating MST, HMS and Movement” section, and start to grasp your stance cancels and transitions. The higher the level of your opponent, the more pokes you should be using over CH setups since they will start to grasp the frames. Learn when to sidestep on offense. B11 is a super important tool to learn at this rank, both for the third hit wall splat off the just frame and the application for stance options, both with mist and HMS. It’s a great springboard and a complex move, don’t underestimate its value especially near walls.
Here is the visualization of some Tekken 7 lee combos
Lee Chaolan - Punishment and Key Moves Guide | Tekken 7 Season 3 by Zenboy
This fighter can be difficult to apply and understand, so here are some example sequences illustrating how you can practice combining Lee combos Tekken 7 for an offense. Mix and match different tools to catch your opponent slipping and CH or poke them at your leisure. Try these against a dummy in practice just to build fluidity and come up with your own setups. These aren’t full-proof or anything but should help you develop an abstract use of different tools in real-time (don’t get caught up in flow charts too hard). Here are some in increasing complexity.
- Df1, d3
- F3+4, ws33d33
- Df4~HMS, wait for whiff, HMS 1+2
- B11f~MSTB 4
- B2~mist~d1, fc df4~HMS 3
- Db3, side step right, df4~hms uf4
- BB4~HMS 11~MST 3+4
- B2~MST, 12 MST, ff3+4 (grab), f3+4, slide to catch getup
- B2~MST into crouch, FC df4, ws4~HMS uf4
- Db3+4, df1, db3, 12~MSTB 4, d3~HMS 3
- fff34, point blank fff34~HMS, FC df4, slide
- D3, side step with up, 13:3:3, ub3
Tekken 7 – Lee Chaolan/Violet Reveal by Bandai Namco Entertainment America
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