Do the Mortal Kombat games have a post credit scene? This is a question I’ve been asking myself for quite some time, especially since the release of the new Mortal Kombat. As much as I like the new game, I still miss the old one. The story in the Mortal Kombat series is not as interesting as it once was. There’s not a lot of action, and a lot of the characters are pretty dull. In fact, some of the newer characters have been completely rewritten. One of the things that makes me sad about this is that the Mortal Kombat series could have easily had a more epic story that was based off of the original series.
Sub-Zero teleports Sub-Zero’s charred corpse and Goro’s sliced-up body away
As the heir to the famed Sub-Zero, Hanzo Hasashi was bound to have some sort of connection to him. In fact, the two had already argued on occasion. But when a child was injured, their differences melted away.
They shared a common ground, though. They each sought to find the missing pieces of their own identities. The pair shared a passion for justice and freedom.
They also shared a love of ice and fire, which led them to become cryomancers. While they battled against the elements, they became friends, sharing a bond that was once a joke.
A few years ago, Kuai Liang was trapped in the dark ages. He was unable to defend himself against the monsters that plagued the clan. However, he did not give up. His stubbornness was what kept him from succumbing to the enticement of Quan Chi’s offers.
Eventually, he was able to return to the living world. This time, he was accompanied by Hanzo. And in the process, they became Grandmasters. For this, they had to learn to trust each other.
Not to mention, they had to figure out the best way to deal with the Netherrealm’s fire. Luckily, they were also both stubborn enough to follow their guts, and their relationship grew over the years.
During their battle against Sektor and his crew, s/o had a chance to experience the other side of the coin. She felt her vision darken when she looked at the grandmaster’s boots. Her eyes were widened by a hefty thing holding her down. It was something heavy, but it was a little more than a mere gimmick.
Of course, this was the only chance she had to experience the aforementioned. So she took her sickle and thrust upwards. Afterwards, she fell on her side, with the aforementioned red mass in front of her.
At first, she screamed. After all, what the feck is this? When her mind caught up with her reality, she realized that her sickle slid right out of her leg.
Shang Tsung teleports Sub-Zero’s charred corpse and Goro’s sliced-up body away
In the Mortal Kombat series, there are many characters who appear. Some are known, while others are unknown. Luckily, the Mortal Kombat FAQ has a list of characters, and you can find more information in the corresponding pages. For example, did you know that Noob Saibot is a shadowy villain? Did you know that Johnny Cage is a former Special Forces member who has reappeared in MK III? Or did you know that the Red Dragon is a centuries old criminal organization?
If you have ever played Mortal Kombat, you may have heard of Shang Tsung. He is a powerful sorcerer who fought against Goro. His sorcery was back in action in Mortal Kombat Deception.
During the first Mortal Kombat game, it was believed that Goro had died, but this was false. Eventually, his soul and body were reunited with Liu Kang’s. They fought against enemies, including ninja soldiers. But eventually, Liu Kang and Kitana became corrupted.
Later on, Shao Kahn invaded Earthrealm. After his defeat, Liu Kang and Kung Lao went on a quest to retrieve Scorpion. Unfortunately, they were defeated by Shao Kahn’s Deadly Alliance. Luckily, they were able to save Mileena, and he freed her from an Edenian prison.
Sub-Zero also made an appearance in Mortal Kombat 3. The masked warrior was invited to assassinate Shang Tsung, but he declined. However, he did help with the invasion.
Meanwhile, Johnny Cage has rejoined forces with Liu Kang. The two were accompanied by Cyrax, a scout for the Outerworld Investigation Agency. Both Johnny and Cyrax hate each other.
It’s not uncommon for a character to be created as a backup plan. Several designs have been made, such as a new leader of the Netherealm or a chest mine. Another early design was a sports athlete.
There are also glitch characters such as Ermac, a glitch version of Street Fighter. This glitch was mentioned in the Mortal Kombat FAQ.
One of the other notable characters is the Outworld aliens, also known as Putrid Corpses. These are a darker form of Earthrealm.
Sub-Zero’s charred corpse is teleported away
Sub-Zero is a fictional character who is one of the most popular fighters in the Mortal Kombat franchise. He is a ninja from the fictional Chinese ninja clan, Lin Kuei. His first appearance was in the 1993 video game Mortal Kombat II. Afterwards, he was used in all chronological games of the series.
The character’s name is a reference to the Mortal Kombat creators. It is a combination of two words, “saibot” and “tundra”. This character was created by John Tobias, the co-creator of the Mortal Kombat series. Initially, he was conceived as a Ninja character.
Later, he became an undead revenant. He was imprisoned by the demon Quan Chi. In the Mortal Kombat games, he is played by Kevan Ohtsji.
Throughout the Mortal Kombat series, he has also appeared in related media. For example, he is one of the main characters in the movie “Mortal Kombat: Legacy.”
A version of the character is present in the game “Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition” as Noob Saibot. He has the same body measurements as Scorpion. However, the names of his enemies and the Mortal Kombat game creators are changed.
When playing as Sub-Zero in the Mortal Kombat games, he often has a role as part of a team. For example, he assists Cassie Cage’s group when they are ambushed by the Outworld forces.
Throughout the series, he has fought against a variety of other characters. Some of these include: Kuai Liang, Shinnok, and the original Sub-Zero.
Sub-Zero is the only fighter to appear in all of the main Mortal Kombat games. He has received acclaim for his abilities, especially for his Fatality finishing moves.
In the latest installment of the Mortal Kombat series, he is again one of the main characters. This time, he is played by Kuai Liang. But the movie’s main character is the elder version of the character, who is now called Bi-Han.
He is the last remaining member of the Lin Kuei clan, and he is a dark and evil character.
Sub-Zero’s sliced-up body is teleported away
Sub-Zero is one of the main characters in Mortal Kombat. He is a member of the fictional Lin Kuei clan, and is a playable character in all main games.
In the first game, he was believed to be dead. However, he has returned later in the series. This time, he is the protagonist in Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero (1997). His story is a tale of revenge. The first time he was beaten by Scorpion, he was actually killed. After that, he traveled to Outworld, where he buried Frost in the ruins of his ancestry.
Sub-Zero is the only fighter to appear in each of the main Mortal Kombat installments. He was originally introduced in the first game as a player-controlled character. Later, his cybernetic form was reused as a hidden variation for the DLC character Triborg.
After the original version of Sub-Zero died, Quan Chi impersonated him through sorcery. He then enslaved him as an undead revenant. Once he was released from his cyborg body, he began serving the Lin Kuei ninja clan.
As a result of this, he and his clan were corrupted. This led to his death, and his son’s and wife’s deaths. On top of that, the Shirai Ryu warrior’s clan was revealed to be involved.
In the Mortal Kombat movies, Sub-Zero’s role was played by Francois Petit. The comic book series featured another version of Sub-Zero, a man who is known as Elder Sub-Zero.
In the Mortal Kombat reboot movie, Sub-Zero is again played by a man, but this time it is Kuai Liang. Kuai Liang is an ally of Scorpion, and has also appeared in the game, Mortal Kombat II (1993).
During Mortal Kombat 4’s tournament, he is defeated by Liu Kang. In the game, he is one of the characters who are in the war between good and evil.
Kuai Liang has also appeared in the film and game Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind. He is also one of the main characters in the Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm.