The origin of the Scorpion Mortal Kombat
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Mortal Kombat is home to some of the most iconic fighting game characters in all video games, but only some of them are as famous as the Scandinavian Ninjas.
He is also one of a series of most interesting characters from the local point of view, so if you've ever been curious about what makes the ghost of revenge on Mortal Kombat to burn the body of your opponents with the skull's head, try here as we deeply plunge into Scorpion story. 1
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Scorpio – an interesting character – because, despite the fact that he is one of the boy-poster Mortal Kombat, his story is really not related to the main conflict of the Earth and the outside world.
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In the world of Mortal Kombat there are two competing clans, Shai Riu and Lin Cui. Lin Kuei was born somewhere in northern Asia and is essentially superhuman warriors. At some point, the Japanese warrior Lin Quai on Takeda ( is the one from the ICD) travels to Japan, spreads his knowledge of the ninjutsu to various generals and lords during the feudal era and forms the first ninja clan, Shiray Ryu.
Treason Takeda from Lin Cueya to launch his own clan immediately puts two clans at a disagreement, and over time they will develop intense rivalry, which will come to mind in one fatal day thanks to the schemes of some Nontermal Wizards, Quan Chi.
Quan Chi wants to steal a powerful amulet belonging to the elder god Shinnok, but in order to do this, he needs a man to get around his defense. Consequently, he employs a warrior named Lin Kueya under the name of Bi-Khan, his sub-Zero code, and Shirai-Ryu on his Hanzo Hasashi, the code: Scorpion, just in case when Bi-Han will not be able to work.
-Khan and Hanzo, not knowing that they were both hired by one and the same person to perform the same job, faced each other in their quest, won, Sub Zero wins, and Hanzo was killed. Bi-Khan delivers a map detailing the location of the Shinnok amulet, and, as a payment to Lin Cuey, Kwan Chi's robbery against the entire Shiray Ryu clan, including his wife and son Hanzo
Scorpion BRoll Actual. From this point of view, a man, Hanzo Khasasi, is dead and left, and only the specter of Scorpio stays. Quan Chi manipulates Scorpion in Netherrealm, telling him that it's actually a Sub-Zero who killed his family and clan, and in the next Mortal Kombat tournament, Scorpion was able to finally kill the Sub-Zero and get his revenge. Or so he thought
In Mortal Kombat 2, Sub-Zero comes back, and so does Scorpion, who has decided to eliminate his long hated opponent. But after watching one of the Sub-Zero battles in the tournament, he witnessed something very unusual for the Sub-Zero that he knew.
Scorpion eventually finds out that this Sub-Zero was not Bi-Han, but in fact his brother, Kuai Liang. Regardless of whether he is guilty of taking his brother as a way to redeem a killing from vengeance, or something else, Scorpion promises to protect this new Sub-Zero, and that is the promise that sets it against Shao Kahn in the Mortal Kombat 3,
This is at this point where Scorpion's purpose of revenge varies greatly from game to game. At 4, it has returned to the Sub-Zero after being deceived to think that Sub-Zero has actually killed his wife and child. At Deadly Alliance, he's really crazy about Quan Chi after he finally found out the truth surrounding the death of his clan and seven. In deception, he becomes the champion of the elder gods and anger at whom they did not specify. And in Armageddon, he becomes super "Yanko" for the elder gods for turning Shiray Ryu as soldiers like himself.
Then timeline scrolls down from Mortal Kombat 9, and things play basically the same. Scorpio enters the Mortal Kombat tournament as a manipulative servant of Quan Chi, kills Bi-Han and remains under his control until Raiden revives the human form of Scorpio, Hanzo Hasashi.
Where Scorpion is now
At Mortal Kombat X, Quai Liang invites Hanzo to the palace of Lin Cui to finally bury an ax between them. Sub-Zero finds out that it was Quan Chi, who killed Shirai Ryu, and that he had no will against Hanzo to kill his brother. The two worship and become friends, linked together by their own mutual hatred of Quan Chi. He is finally captured by the Special Forces of the Earth, and Hanzo comes to the stage, ready to finally get some long-awaited revenge for an actual worthy goal. And he does it, probably, in the single best scene in Mortal Kombat.
Here, Scorpion leads to the Mortal Kombat 11. It will be interesting to see what's in store for Hanzo Hasashi in the present moment now, when his revenge has finally been suppressed, but as we know, Mortal Kombat 11 deals with a lot of travels in time, so the chances that we will not have to wait long before we see the yellow clothes that we know and love.
Mitchell Salzman is a gameplay / Livestream Guy in IGN. Follow it on Twitter.