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A thoroughly Chinese lady whose skill names all reference mahjong, and whose actions are filled with kung-fu moves. Of note are her Drive button and the specials that use her Drive, which cause Litchi's weapon to leave her hands. When pressed again, the Drive button will recall her weapon to her. Excellent combos make use of this.
|Normal Input||Alternative Input|
|D (to place/recall)|
|Places the rod. Pressing the D button again will return the rod to you.|
| Straight Through
| ←↙↓↘→ + D with rod (delayable)
|→Additional Attack||A or B or C during Straight Through|
| Tsubame Gaeshi
|→↓↘ + D with rod|
| Three Dragons: White
|↓↘→ + A when rod is placed|
| Three Dragons: Green
| ↓↘→ + B when rod is placed (midair also)
B after Reach: Last Chance
| Three Dragons: Red
| ↓↘→ + C when rod is placed (midair also)
C after Reach: Last Chance
| Reach: Last Chance
Ricchi Tanki Mochi
|→↘↓↙← + A|
| → One Shot
|A after Reach: Last Chance|
| Reach: Robbing the Kong
|→↘↓↙← + B when rod is placed (midair also)|
| Reach: Kong on Kong
|→↘↓↙← + C when rod is placed (midair also)|
| The Four Winds
|←↙↓↘→ + D when rod is placed|
| Thirteen Orphans
|→↘↓↙←→ ＋ D when rod is placed|
| All Green
|→←↓↑ ＋ C|
| The Great Wheel
|→↘↓↙←→ + D with rod (midair also) (may change directions with joystick + D)|
| Nine Gates of Heaven
|D while standing with rod|
- Reach: Last Chance, Reach: Robbing the Kong, and Reach: Kong on Kong refer to special situations in mahjong.
- Reach, or Riichi (立直), is declared when the player is one tile away from completing their hand, while their hand is completely concealed.
- Last Chance (単騎持ち) refers to a situation where the player is waiting on a single tile to complete a pair and win the hand.
- Robbing the Kong is when someone declares kong (a set of four) with one of the tiles needed to complete someone else's hand, and the other person steals the necessary tile to complete their hand and declares mahjong.
- The Four Winds refer to the directional tiles: the north, east, south, and west winds.
- Thirteen Orphans and Nine Gates are both closed winning hands.
- BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Official Website (JP), Litchi Faye-Ling