An Alternative Ending to Mortal Kombat 9, a mortal kombat fanfic | FanFiction
The story mode of Mortal Kombat () contains 16 chapters total, telling a Johnny Cage questions Jax about his relationship with her, to which Jax states that he by Cage's gloating and they get into a fight, which is put to an end by Raiden. . Kano also confesses to selling weapons to Shang Tsung, leading Kabal to. Kintaro is a character from the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. —Kintaro to Stryker after burning Kabal in Mortal Kombat () . The short struggle (about two to three pages) ended with Goro victorious, and served to reconcile both Like Motaro, Kintaro's name seems to have a connection to Japanese myth. Presenting, the definitive ranking of Mortal Kombat characters! In the game's story mode, Earthrealm and Outworld start out in decent relations due to the " Reiko Accords. .. The best thing about Sheeva is her ending in Mortal Kombat 9 , where Earth's .. He saves Kabal's life, but convinces him to turn back to being evil.
Fans nicknamed them Torch and Hornbuckle, respectively, and both were palette swaps of Liu Kang. He placed 35th on Dorkly 's fan-voted poll that ranked the entire MK character roster,  and 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. 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 Kangwho defeated Shang Tsung and became champion of the Earthrealm tournament. He appears in Shang Tsung's MK 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.MK9 Ending: KABAL
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 drunken 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.
He has a massive spiked club implanted in his right arm in place of a normal hand, wears a bizarre mask called the "Face of Kun-Lo," and constantly has an army of flies which he uses as a projectile in the games buzzing about his body. Sonya continued to sleep. It took his eyes a moment to focus.
An unknown ceiling," he grumbled. As he sat up, he took notice of what it looked like a leather charm bracelet with beads on his left wrist. His throat was dry. Then she was about to kill Sonya. All the while, I was in and out of control of my powers.
It also confirms what Haokah has long since suspected about you in regards to your powers. Guess this explains why I like Mediterranean food. Nightwolf answered his unspoken question. It wasn't his signature, cocky smirk, but rather a warm, genuine smile. Then he turned back to Nightwolf. That's how long I was out? The invasion is over. Shao Kahn is dead. Liu did him in?
He figured it out. The invasion itself was not illegal, only the merging of the realms. And for that, the Elder Gods destroyed him.
With Kitana and Jade. Kitana wanted your head for killing Sindel.
Liu had relinquished his title as Earthrealm's champion. She plans on undoing the sorcery which binds Edenia to Outworld. She plans on ruling Edenia as its Queen, with Liu as her consort. Haokah is sending you to Seido, where you will learn how to control your powers. If all goes as planned, you will transform into a warrior powerful beyond mortal imagining. You will be trained by Hotaru, Commander of the Seidan Guard. Nightwolf took that moment to leave the room. Sonya took a moment to stretch, yawning, before turning her attention to the bedridden actor.
How do you feel? He's filled me in on what happened after I passed out. You saved not only my life, but the others as well. Johnny Cage is my screen name. Jax and I got promoted.
We both skipped a rank. He's a Colonel now, and I'm a Major. I mean it," Johnny said. He then adjusted himself in his bed. Once I come back and before we go our separate ways, would you I mean, may I treat you to dinner and a movie? You got a deal. About four months later… Sonya had to admit that Johnny had a nice little setup. She was expecting a multi-million dollar mansion when she arrived. Instead, he lived in a three-story warehouse that Johnny had bought out and converted into his condo.
Sonya had to admit to herself that she liked the setup Johnny had. The first floor served as the garage. The second floor was the condo itself, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and twice as big as any other condo in L.
But the third floor was Sonya's favorite — a workout center, complete with weights, punching bags, a treadmill, and MMA mats fashioned into an impromptu ring. The date was supposed to be a one-time thing. And for some odd reason, she liked it.
Here she was, formerly a Lieutenant in the Marines, now having transferred to the Army alongside Jax, and she was in a relationship with John Carlton, of all people. Suffice to say, Johnny was very surprised when Sonya had asked him out on a second date. For four months, they dated, keeping one step ahead of Jax and of the news reporters that occasionally hounded Johnny. Sonya suspected that Raiden and Nightwolf both knew.
After Liu had relinquished his title of Raiden's champion and left for Edenia with Kitana, Johnny had been named champion. And now, Rebecca Carlton, Johnny's year-old sister, knew about them as well, having caught them in bed together several weeks earlier.
A Return to Kombat?
Their last date had ended up with the both of them in bed together. Sonya had left shortly afterward. And it was because of that night together that she was back at Johnny's home. She had a key, but chose to call Johnny and let her know that she was coming. Which is why she had her phone out, and dialing his number. After several rings, Johnny's sister picked up the phone. I just got out of the shower. Sonya knew the passcode, as Johnny had told her.
From the garage, she took the elevator to the condo itself, where Johnny waited for her, in nothing but a towel, drying out his hair. His teenage sister, Rebecca Carlton, was at the dining room table, studying for her exams, earbuds in her ear, grooving to the music on her MP3 player, ignoring both her brother and Sonya.
Sonya gave him the once-over. Let me get dressed first. Fresh from the shower, Johnny walked over to Sonya, two cups of herbal tea in his hands. The blonde major had taken a seat on the couch, her expression pensive. He handed one of the cups to Sonya, who nodded her thanks and took a sip. When Sonya nodded, he asked, "How long? So what do we do now? His question had pretty much caught her off-guard. She had seen it happen in the past with some of the enlisted personnel, and a couple of the officers as well.
To her, a deadbeat parent was the worst kind of person. Only Kano had them beat by a margin. That I would just abandon you and the kid? He looked at Sonya, contemplating his next question. For Sonya, her respect towards her boyfriend had went up several notches. I'm being serious now. Look at my parents. They're been married for almost 30 years.
If anything, we can learn from them. You compromise with me, and I'll do the same with you. I'm not going to give up acting, nor will I force you to give up your military career. Face it, we'd both be miserable and we suck when it comes to conventional work. For not freaking out over this.
I think raising a kid would be a walk in the park. Were you serious about marrying me? Even if you say no, I will do all in my power to support our child and you. You have my word, and I don't break that for nobody.
Not even a military wedding.
A courtroom wedding will do. So long as you honor a couple of my own conditions. Second, I know you'll put in long hours with the Army. Promise me that you will not forsake our kid's childhood. Because I don't want them not to know their mother, nor how much she can care. Just be Sonya when you're around me, not Major Blade. Either that or talk to Vera. I can't promise you a perfect marriage, but as long as you're trying, them I'm staying.
She extended her hand. Giving her his signature smirk, he grabbed her wrist and pulled her closer, Sonya letting out a small yelp of surprise. Sonya's eyes widened as he kissed her. Then she responded to the kiss, eyes fluttering shut, wrapping her arms around his neck. They stayed that way for a long moment, until they broke off the kiss. He has no lines, is unplayable and plays a negligible role in the story's plot.
In the beat 'em up title Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monksa retelling of the events leading up to Mortal Kombat IIKabal is not playable but is the subject of an optional mission in the game, in which he spoke with a Southern accent and left the player his hookswords for use. This design was carried over into 's Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monksin which Kabal appeared as a non-player character Kabal was nicknamed "Sandman" during production of Mortal Kombat 3 before his actual name was determined.
Series co-creator and programmer Ed Boon described such character concepts like Kabal as being "very off the cuff. Both of Kabal's Fatalities poked fun at his handicap with him exposing his scarred face and literally scaring his opponents to death, in addition to inflating his opponents' head like a balloon with an air tube from his respirator, causing them to float upward before exploding offscreen.
One of only two characters in MK3 featured with a weapon the other being StrykerKabal was originally given wrist-mounted buzzsaw blades as his primary weapon before his familiar hookswords, while Boon cited his favorite comic book character as a youth, Flashas the inspiration for Kabal's "Tornado" move, which dizzied opponents and set them up for a free hit.
The swords were first included with one of several early concept designs for Baraka during preproduction of Mortal Kombat II and were also used as generic weapons that were packaged with select characters in a line of 4" MK action figures produced by Hasbro in December A pre-scarred Kabal was to be included in the spin-off title Mortal Kombat: Special Forces as a boss character, but he was cut from the game after it underwent many last-minute changes due to time constraints exacerbated by the sudden departure of Tobias from Midway.
A character concept sketch was made public and the model that later appeared in Shaolin Monks can still be seen in Special Forces, though he was unnamed and was of no special significance to the game's storyline.
His masked face was the only telltale sign of his wounds in his series appearances up until the reboot, which now conspicuously featured the grotesque imagery of his charred skin. I don't know if I'd design them differently or just come up with new characters [in their place].