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This is a list of playable characters from the Mortal Kombat fighting game series and the games in which they appear. The series takes place in a fictional universe composed of six realms, which were created by the Elder Gods. The Elder Gods created a fighting tournament called Mortal Kombat to reduce the wars between the realms. The first Mortal Kombat game introduces a tournament in which Earthrealm can be destroyed if it loses once again. The Earthrealm warriors manage to defeat the champion Goro and tournament host Shang Tsung, but this leads Tsung to search for other ways to destroy Earthrealm.

Since then, every game features a new mortal who wishes to conquer the realms, therefore violating the rules of Mortal Kombat. By Mortal Kombat: Deception , most of the main characters had been killed by Shang Tsung and Quan Chi neither of whom were playable in the game , but by Mortal Kombat: Armageddon all of them return.

The sub-boss of Mortal Kombat II , Kintaro is a tiger-striped Shokan the same race as Goro and Sheeva warrior who joins in Shao Kahn's attempt to conquer Earthrealm during the events of the second tournament, in which he challenges Liu Kang but loses.

He is a boss character in the spinoff Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks , and is playable along with the entire series roster in Mortal Kombat: Armageddon His largest involvement in the MK continuity is in the series reboot, in which he serves as an opponent for Kung Lao, Stryker, and Sub-Zero in the game's story mode, during which he severely maims Kabal. Kintaro has a minimal presence in several MK comic book series published in the s, with a more prominent role coming in the Mortal Kombat X miniseries by DC Comics , in which he serves under the command of Sheeva but is decapitated by Sonya Blade in the final issue while she is under the influence of Havik 's "Blood Code" curse.

He was initially conceived for MKII as an anthropomorphic fur-lined bipedal tiger, but the concept was scrapped due to the difficulty of creating such a complicated outfit.

UGO Networks opined in that Kintaro "serves no real purpose except for being a reskinned Goro whose sole purpose is to avenge the aforementioned's death" in the conclusion of the original game. Chameleon appeared in the PlayStation 1 , Sega Saturn , and PC versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy as a partially transparent male ninja who imitated all the palette-swapped human ninjas' moves.

The game simply referred to him as "one of Shao Kahn's deadliest warriors. Chameleon was ranked 32nd—one spot ahead of Khameleon—in UGO 's selection of the top fifty series characters. Debuting in the Nintendo 64 version of MKT as a palette swap of Kitana, Khameleon is described as the last female of Reptile's race of Raptors, [9] who were driven to near-extinction by Shao Kahn, who then merges their home realm of Zaterra with Outworld.

Having failed in her attempts to assassinate Kahn, she wanders the realms while contemplating her revenge. Khameleon seeks to attain this power for herself in order to keep it away from Kahn while exacting revenge on him for his actions against her race. According to series art director Steve Beran, Khameleon was included in Armageddon due to heavy fan demand.

He and Kung Lao join forces to bring Raiden and Liu Kang under control, but if no way was found to normalize the two now-corrupted warriors, he and Kung Lao would be forced to kill them.

Meanwhile, he searches for Taven and his brother Daegon, hoping to prevent their progress and learn the true purpose of their quest. However, he is later attacked and is rescued by Takeda. Fujin gifts him a mask and armor resembling that of his mentor Hanzo Hasashi Scorpion. When the Earthrealm heroes defeat Shinnok in the final battle in the game's story mode, Fujin and Raiden return Shinnok's amulet to the Elder Gods. Mortal Kombat 11 reveals that Fujin was killed off-screen by Frost , by order of Cetrion.

This expansion also adds Fujin as a DLC character. Fujin placed 40th in UGO 's listing of the top fifty series characters. She is described in MK Mythologies as "fractionally faster and a more accomplished fighter than her fellow assassins. After expressing her desire to escape the Netherrealm with him, she is shot in the back by Shinnok. As it is later revealed in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition the attack destroyed her human form and that her essence was then banished as punishment for her betrayal.

After years of torture, Sareena escapes the Netherrealm in her human appearance before MK: Deadly Alliance , during which she encounters the younger Sub-Zero; the brother of the one she met before.

Feeling he owed her for helping his brother, Sub-Zero grants her sanctuary with the Lin Kuei back on Earthrealm. After the battle, Sareena loses her human form and returns to join him, despite her resistance. Sareena appeared with Kia and Jataaka in four episodes of the television series Mortal Kombat: Konquest , in which they were original characters renamed Siann, Mika, and Sora, respectively, while their role therein of serving Quan Chi was unchanged. Though Sareena was omitted from UGO's selection of the top fifty series characters, she was ranked 26th on Den of Geek's rating of the series' 64 player characters, with the site deeming her "Sub-Zero's one moment of humanity snowballing into something meaningful.

Jarek made his first chronological appearance in Mortal Kombat: Special Forces as a boss character, where he and other Black Dragon members were freed from a United States Special Forces detention facility by Kano, who had proposed to reform the Black Dragon clan but in reality, Kano merely wished to use them as pawns to slow down any Special Forces agents pursuing him in his quest to obtain an artifact called the Eye of Chitian.

Debuting as a playable character in MK4 , Jarek was the brutish and short-tempered second-in-command of the Black Dragon clan. In the games, he initially utilized special moves and Fatalities popularized by Kano.

His storyline stated that he was the last member of the Black Dragon after Kano's apparent death, and was being pursued by Sonya Blade for "crimes against humanity. In Jarek's semicanonical MK4 ending, after Shinnok's defeat, Sonya confronts Jarek on a cliff edge and attempts to strong-arm Jarek into returning into custody of the Special Forces, but he refuses and attempts to kill Sonya, but Jax interferes and drops Jarek off the cliff.

However, Jarek's Armageddon bio explains that he survives, and he believes his faked death would help him regain enough strength for revenge while traveling the realms searching for the ancient texts that would show him a Fatality worthy of his betrayer.

Impressing Quan Chi after witnessing his new skills, he invites Jarek to join the Forces of Darkness in order to get his revenge. Jarek copied all of Kano's special moves in MK4, as well as his "Heart Rip" and "Eye Laser" Fatalities, despite possessing no cybernetic enhancements, but he was not as well-received as his predecessor and Armageddon is the only other time he has appeared as a player character.

His likeness was based on that of Midway character artist Herman Sanchez. Jarek was left off UGO's list of the top fifty series characters. He has notably received negative reception for his MK4 ending, which is actually an amalgamation of his, Sonya and Jax's endings the latter combines all three while including the noncanonical deaths of both Sonya and Jarek. It's hard to put into words just how bad that acting is. It's so beautifully shitty. Ed Boon explained that the developers wanted an "African American character who was very nimble like Liu Kang," including the same fireball projectile with the difference that it was instead fired vertically.

He was additionally the first series character to perform a handstand, which led into other special moves in MK4; Boon had intended for this to be Kai's main fighting style in Armageddon but time limitations prevented this.

Meat's Armageddon backstory describes him as a horrific experiment created by Shang Tsung who escapes the sorcerer's clutches before he could be completed. Meat initially served as a skin created by art director Tony Goskie for each fighter in MK4. ScrewAttack ranked Meat fourth in its ranking of the series' ten worst characters : "Let's take a generic [character] model, strip him of his flesh, and call it a day. We'd love him to turn Mortal Kombat 3 from a teen flick to a splatter movie.

Reiko's noncanonical Armageddon ending again involves him wearing Kahn's helmet, but he becomes more powerful than Kahn after defeating Blaze, "transforming him into a warlord of unprecedented savagery. Reiko played no part in Mortal Kombat X , but he has been a featured antagonist in the comic book series based on the game, serving as Mileena's adviser while secretly intending to use Mileena to claim Outworld's throne for his own.

His backstory therein shows him as the successor to Shao Kahn's throne after the events of MK9 , a prophecy that was false after Quan Chi had used Kahn as a tool for his and Shinnok's intended rule of Earthrealm and Outworld.

Reiko attempts suicide as a result before being stopped by Havik, leading to events such as the killing of Scorpion, the cursing of Jacqui Briggs and Cassie Cage, and the corruption of Shujinko and Raiden, all with the "Kamidogu" daggers, but he himself is apparently killed in battle by Kotal Kahn, Mileena and Ermac, [39] until Havik arrived to save Reiko in bringing a possessed Raiden with him to capture Johnny, Sonya, Kotal, Ermac and Mileena.

Having survived and captured the five warriors who oppose him, Reiko finally fulfills his blood reign, as a new Blood God. Turns out, Havik had been using him all along, as the Blood God's power has taken away Reiko's life and melted his body. The name "Reiko" is actually a feminine Japanese name as was later the case with Hotaru in Deception , and Ed Boon said that the series developers came to associate him with Shao Kahn in regards to his storyline, building on it for his Armageddon appearance.

His alternate costume therein was a duplicate of his MK4 design. Hardcore Gaming said of the character, "Reiko just likes to wear Shao Kahn's helmet a lot, and Reiko has issues.

A native of Edenia like Kitana, Rain, and Jade, Tanya is introduced in MK4 as appearing innocent, but is regularly portrayed in the series thereafter as untrustworthy, as she elects to serve on the side of evil, even if it means betraying her comrades in the process. In MK4, she enables Shinnok and Quan Chi to invade her home realm, and attempts to lure Liu Kang into a trap in MK4 which she accomplishes in her noncanonical ending , but it fails as Shinnok is defeated by Liu Kang and the Earthrealm defenders.

With her master gone and herself wanted by her home realm for treason , Tanya flees to Outworld as a fugitive, resurfacing as an enforcer for the Deadly Alliance, who are imposing their will upon the denizens of Outworld. When the Deadly Alliance is killed, Tanya then joins Onaga, who sought to fuse the six Kamidogu into one and thus acquire incredible power, for which she brings him to Edenia. Tanya was added to Mortal Kombat X as a downloadable character, [42] and has a small role in the game's story mode, where she and Rain aid Mileena in her attempt to reclaim the Outworld throne from usurper Kotal Kahn upon Mileena's promise to free Edenia from Outworld's merger, a deal that goes for naught when Mileena is killed by D'Vorah.

Tanya's ending has her and Rain fleeing Kotal Kahn's forces in Outworld; when they are captured, she turns Rain over to Kahn in exchange for clemency , and Rain is burned at the stake. A brown palette-swapped ninja who is one of Kano's Black Dragon cohorts and possesses the ability of geokinesis earth manipulation , he escaped from Special Forces custody during a prison break orchestrated by Kano, to whom he was blindly loyal.

Kano assigned him as his lookout and guardian of a portal leading to Outworld, but Tremor was eventually defeated by Jax. Tremor was originally planned to be a playable in Mortal Kombat Trilogy , but was replaced with Rain. In Mortal Kombat X , Tremor is now wearing a ninja-style attire, in addition of being given variations based on the manipulation of crystals, metals, and boulders.

Debuting as a hidden character in Deadly Alliance , and later appearing as the final boss of Armageddon , Blaze is an elemental who had been pursuing a quest when he was attacked on a bridge by an ancient sect. This group of holy men, described as still serving the dead Dragon King Onaga, captures Blaze and binds him to the task of protecting the last Great Dragon Egg. After the egg hatches, Blaze is able to resume his past mission.

When Taven defeats Daegon, Blaze prepares to face Taven. While enslaved by Onaga's sect, the spell used on him corrupted his mission. Blaze is finally defeated by Shao Kahn, causing Armageddon. The characters' Armageddon endings had them all gaining some measure of immense power after defeating Blaze.

Blaze originated in Mortal Kombat II as a nameless, distant burning figure on a bridge deep in the background of the Pit II stage, squaring off against a character wearing green-and-black pants.

Fans nicknamed them Torch and Hornbuckle, respectively, and both were palette swaps of Liu Kang. He placed 37th on UGO 's list of the top 50 Mortal Kombat characters, with the site adding, "Although [guarding the Dragon Egg] doesn't sound like the job of a badass, you'll change your mind once you see Blaze steamrolling his way towards you.

Bo' Rai Cho is a corpulent and jovial native of Outworld who has trained many great warriors, including Liu Kang. Since he is originally from Outworld, he never enters the Mortal Kombat tournament as it would have meant competing on the behalf of Outworld and thus the brutal emperor Shao Kahn. While a group of Earthrealm warriors prepares for a frontal assault on the Deadly Alliance, Bo' Rai Cho secretly enters the palace and escapes with the body of Li Mei.

He regroups with the other Earthrealm warriors led by Raiden and retreats to safety rather than joining the attack. His back story is that he has trained warriors for centuries to compete in the tournaments. After many failures, success finally came when he trained Liu Kang , who defeated Shang Tsung and became champion of the Earthrealm tournament. He appears in Shang Tsung's MK9 ending as having trained Shang Tsung for the role of Outworld's new protector against the now-corrupt god Liu Kang, and makes a brief appearance in the story mode and comic book prequel of MKX.

In the story mode he is seen conversing with Raiden about Liu Kang and Kung Lao's deaths before he is nearly killed by Shinnok. Whether he survived the attack is unknown. The character's name is a play on the word "borracho" Spanish for "drunk" , and he is indeed usually depicted as intoxicated and carrying a canister of alcohol. His fighting moves consist of zui quan style fighting mixed with vulgar actions such as vomiting on the ground to make the opponent lose their footing, and propelling himself back up to his feet by flatulating , which itself is used in one of his Fatalities as well as his Hara-Kiri finisher in Deception.

Character designer Herman Sanchez said that the word "broke itself up nicely into three Asian-sounding syllables," while the developers wanted a "slob" character for the series as well as the first one introduced who would be a teacher. Or, in his case, a belch of fresh air.

Smillie of Game Rant rated his Hara-Kiri finisher, in which he holds in his flatulence long enough that he explodes, seventh in his list of the worst finishers.

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You can hire these tough but adorable cats to fight alongside your character similar to Pets , except they have better abilities and buffs. This guide will teach you about how to hire Cat Mercenaries in the game as well as their different quests and abilities. There are four Cat Mercenaries in the game which you can hire for 1 day or 1 week. You must be at least level 25 to unlock them by finishing each of their quests. Their quests only involve talking to NPCs or collecting items.

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Prince Goro was the most honorable of the Shokan race for being on Shao Kahn's side. He's crushed rebellions and conquered provinces. For the last nine Mortal Kombat tournaments, he was an undefeated champion.

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