The cards holds many pieces of information you need to use it in the game.
1) Title and Subtitle: The title is the card's name. The subtitle identifies the card type for non-Characters (Edge, Event, Feng Shui Site,
Site, and State) and provides a flavorful descriptor for characters. All words in the title and subtitle are the card's designators, except for card
types, articles, and prepositions.
2) Expansion Symbol: This symbol identifies the set in which the card was printed.
3) Fighting/Body: For Characters, this number represents their Fighting score. This is the amount of damage it inflicts and can receive
before being smoked. For Feng Shui Sites and Sites, this number is in a circle and represents the amount of damage it can take.
4) Rules Text: Most cards have rules text that describes how the card works. This text can include Special Abilities, limitations, abilities
and effects. Italicized flavor text can also be found here, but has no effect on the game.
5) Resource Provisions: Faction and talent symbols in this corner indicate the resources available in your pool.
6) The artist's name and the art's copyright date.
7) Play Cost: All cards (except most Feng Shui Sites) have a printed cost. This is the amount of power you must spend plus the number of
resources you are required to have in your resource pool to be able to play the card. Ming I requires 6 power and three l.
8) Power Generation: Site generate Power during your establishing shot equal to the value inside the diamond. Face-down Feng Shui Sites
generate a default of one (1) power.