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Analysis by Redarrix
T-Doll Role

Basic Info

Craft Time
Acquisition Heavy, Normal

T-Doll Stats

This T-Doll is available in EN. Its rankings are based only on EN T-Dolls.

Max HP 80
Max DMG 135
Max ACC 78
Max EVA 40
Max ROF 36
Max HP 80+10
Max DMG 135+5
Max ACC 78+9
Max EVA 40+0
Max ROF 36+1
Max HP 80+10
Max DMG 135+7
Max ACC 78+10
Max EVA 40+1
Max ROF 36+1
Max HP 80+11
Max DMG 135+8
Max ACC 78+11
Max EVA 40+1
Max ROF 36+2
Stat rankings are class specific
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15 / 25 / 35 / 45 / 55
30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90
Move Speed
Crit. Rate
Crit. Damage
Armor Pen.
Clip Size


Affects HG
Reduce Skill CD18%
Affects HG
Reduce Skill CD20%


Damage Focus
Initial CD (5s)
Level 10 Effect Increase Damage by 75% for 5 seconds.
Level 10 Cooldown 8 Seconds
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Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CD 10 9.8 9.6 9.4 9.2 9 8.8 8.6 8.4 8
DMG+ 45% (8s) 48.3% (8.5s) 51.7% (9.1s) 55% (1.6s) 58.3% (10.1s) 61.7% (10.7s) 65% (11.2s) 68.3% (11.7s) 71.7% (12.3s) 75% (12.8s)

Unlocks at MOD I

Damage Focus
Initial CD (5s)
Level 10 Effect

Increase own Damage by 75% and at the same time increase Damage of allies on her tiles by 25% for 5 seconds.

Level 10 Cooldown 8 seconds
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Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CD 10 9.8 9.6 9.4 9.2 9 8.8 8.6 8.4 8

Unlocks at MOD II

Proof of Glory
Initial CD (0s)
Level 10 Effect

When receiving a buff:
If she's the echelon Leader, raise all allies Damage by 8% for 5 seconds.
Otherwise, raise own Rate of Fire by 15% for 5 seconds.
These buffs can stack up to the amount of allies currently on her tiles.

Level 10 Cooldown 0 seconds
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Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T-Doll Analysis



A legendary British rifle that outlasted the Empire itself, the famed Lee-Enfield is a 5★ general-use RF. She may have a basic set of skills, but she remains a strong and versatile option.

Lee-Enfield is very easy to understand. She has great base stats and her skill boosts her high Damage even further. While she was a strong doll in the very beginning, Lee ended up ageing like fine wine. With current content featuring stronger and tankier enemies, the benefits of hitting harder have become apparent and helped Lee to stand out more in the meta.

If you were able to score in the top 50% of the Shattered Connexion ranking, you will also have access to Lee-Enfield’s excellent Special Equipment. While the additional Rate of Fire doesn’t sound like a large boost on paper, it is actually a significant upgrade to her DPS potential, allowing her to maintain general DPS comparable to other RFs like M14 Mod and R93.

Even in the face of newer and fancier RF options, Lee-Enfield has maintained her strength and versatility throughout. While she will generally lag behind said options nowadays, she is still great as a generalist RF. Even without her Speq, Lee is a worthwhile addition to the RF roster.


If enemy armor is at 137 or below there is no benefit to her Mod III SPEQ and Sniper Ammo should be used instead.
If enemy Armor is above this her SPEQ becomes useful, though it is very expensive.


Oh, may the sun never set upon this glorious rifle!

Now upgraded to her newer L42A1 model, Lee-Enfield finally receives the 6★ Neural Upgrade treatment she deserves! Her MOD boasts improved damage capabilities and even new support utility.

For the most part, Lee retains the role she always had: Being an effective and safe choice of RF for most scenarios. The biggest talking point is her new Skill 2, Proof of Glory. This is a skill similar to Webley where the effect changes depending on whether Lee is leader or not. Whenever she receives a buff, she will either buff the entire team’s Damage if she’s the echelon leader, or buff her own Rate of Fire if she isn’t. The maximum amount of stacks depend on the amount of allies on her tiles, so make sure her tiles are occupied whenever possible.

Naturally, her Skill 1 will activate the effects of Skill 2. But that’s not quite the end of her support, because Skill 1 now also inherently gives a Damage boost to any doll on her tile. In fact, at max efficiency, Lee can give a whopping 57% Damage boost to dolls on her tiles when Skill 1 and Skill 2 combine! This is also why it’s generally preferred to opt for her team wide damage than her self RoF buff on Skill 2.

So overall, you get an improvement on an already effective base, with new support capabilities that let her pseudo fulfil the role of a HG at the same time. Lee-Enfield MOD is a very nice package, and a worthwhile upgrade to an already worthwhile RF.

T-Doll Costumes
Huntress' Frock


Lifelong Protector


Onion Gunner


Lee-Enfield Mod III




Great Base Stats

Lee-Enfield comes with 135 Damage and 36 Rate Of Fire. This Damage is among the highest for general usage RFs, lending to her aforementioned ability to effectively punch through tough foes.

Damage Boosting Skill

Lee’s skill, Damage Focus, is not fancy or flashy but is effective. It simply grants her a hefty 75% Damage boost for 5 seconds with a 8 second CD for 3 seconds of downtime. 

Amazing Special Equipment

Lee-Enfield’s Special Equipment is the No.32 MKI. This functions like a regular VFL but also boosts Rate of Fire by 4, bringing her base RoF up to 40. This may not sound like a lot at first, but in actuality it reduces the amount of frames between shots by 4. Combined with RoF boosting HGs, it makes for a significant upgrade to her overall DPS.


Generally outperformed by newer RF options

Lee-Enfield’s only notable weakness is that she can lag behind other top generalist RFs, where their newer skillsets bolsters their DPS greatly in contrast to Lee’s very simple approach. This is most notable if you happen to not have her Special Equipment, where her DPS will fall behind by a good margin.


New Support Capabilities

Lee’s support comes in two main forms

  1. Her upgraded Skill 1 gives a 25% Damage boost to every doll positioned on her tiles. On its own, already a nice support boost.
  2. Her Skill 2, Proof of Glory, can give a team wide 8% Damage boost per unit on her tiles. With all 3 tiles occupied, that’s a team wide 25% Damage boost (the stacks multiply with themselves so it’s a tiny bit higher than the 24% you’d expect on the surface). This Skill 2 then works multiplicatively with her upgraded Skill 1, meaning every doll on her tiles receives a whopping 57% Damage boost assuming all 3 stacks are achieved.

Enhanced DPS Potential

Lee also comes with the usual range of Neural Upgrade boosts; Her Damage and Rate of Fire saw a nice increase and she can also opt to give herself up to a 52% Rate of Fire buff from Skill 2 (though this involves sacrificing the team wide Damage buff). Her MOD3 Special Equipment is also a very nice AP ammo with a considerable Damage boost.


Lacking in specialisation

As already stated, Lee-Enfield MOD is mostly an enhancement to her original core self. Even her new support potential, while undeniably very good, doesn’t change this fact. She’s still that always safe choice doll she was before. In the age of specialisation being the true queen of the meta, Lee will not often be the most standout choice for any given situation, meaning that you would not typically miss out on much if you opted to not upgrade her.

Team Options

Lee-Enfield primarily desires Rate of Fire boosts so she can shoot her powerful shots as fast as possible. There are plenty of strong options for this, such as M950A, Five-seveN, Stechkin, PPK, and so on. She will still also enjoy Damage boosts, such as from Px4 Storm or Mk23.

Generally, it will be best to pair Lee with an RF that will want similar buffs to her. M14 Mod, R93, and Rico will all be top contenders. She can also go effectively with RoF Focused RFs too such as WA2000.

Team Options

With her Damage buffing capabilities, there is not a single other RF that wouldn’t enjoy Lee’s company to some extent. Lee herself still enjoys receiving some Rate of Fire buffs as well as typical Damage buffs, so generally speaking her best RF partners would typically be those that also enjoy buffs such as these.

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The Lee-Enfield is a bolt action magazine-fed rifle that has seen use through countless wars. Originating in 1895, the Lee-Enfield has since been in production and received numerous variants and improvements that are still used to this day. By some estimates, there have been well over 17 million Lee-Enfield rifles produced since its inception.

Voice Actor
Haruka Tomatsu
Royal Small Arms Factory
T-Doll Full Name
Magazine Lee-Enfield
Country of Origin
United Kingdom
Common Nicknames
Enfield, Lee