History Characters / MortalKombatDeception

1st Dec '16 12:23:16 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* IdiotHero: "I will do as you ask" is basically a CatchPhrase for him.

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* IdiotHero: "I will do as you ask" is basically a CatchPhrase for him.him, and he allows himself to be tricked by Damashi, an entity whose name means "deceiver" in what is presumably Shujinko's native tongue.
30th Nov '16 7:50:08 PM captainpat
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* MixAndMatch: Her regular attire is mostly red, with the exception of the [[OfCorsetsSexy corset]] she wears under her jacket and her [[CombatStilettos heels]], which are [[WomanInBlack black]]. Her alternate mostly inverts the color scheme of her default outfit.

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* MixAndMatch: Her regular attire is mostly red, with the exception of the [[OfCorsetsSexy corset]] she wears under her jacket and her [[CombatStilettos heels]], which are [[WomanInBlack black]].black. Her alternate mostly inverts the color scheme of her default outfit.
30th Nov '16 1:05:18 PM Njein
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* GreaterScopeVillain: He is responsible for all events in the series Mortal Kombat. He also manipulates characters such as Shao Kahn and Onaga, to achieve their goals. It's possible that Shinnok may be under the One Being's influence in Mortal Kombat X.

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* GreaterScopeVillain: He is responsible for all events in the series Mortal Kombat. He also that occur and [[TheManBehindTheMan subtly manipulates characters powerful beings such as Shao Kahn and Onaga, Onaga]], to achieve their goals. It's possible that Shinnok may be under the One Being's influence in Mortal Kombat X.X.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Seems to be this for Shao Kahn and Onaga. Shinnok's ''MKX'' arcade ending [[spoiler:implies the fallen Elder God was under the One Being's influence.]]
25th Nov '16 1:44:29 PM Njein
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->In Mortal Kombat (2011), Shao Kahn is hinted at being under the influence of the One Being as he stands atop the pyramid, prepared to begin Armageddon and destroy the realms. This event, in the second timeline, is hastened to the final events of Mortal Kombat 3, when Shao Kahn has almost merged Earthrealm with Outworld, and at the same time he is ending all things in existence. However, the Elder Gods intervene and destroy Shao Kahn, thereby halting whatever plans the One Being may have had.

In the Mortal Kombat X comic series, it is revealed that the six Kamidogu, now daggers in the rebooted timeline, have all tasted the blood of the One Being and its essence lives within them, serving as the source of the daggers' Blood Magik.

In Shinnok's Mortal Kombat X ending, the fallen Elder God succeeds in re-merging all the realms to reawaken the One Being, allowing it to destroy all of reality upon the One Being's revival and devoured the Elder Gods.

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->In Mortal Kombat (2011), Shao Kahn is hinted at being under the influence of the One Being as he stands atop the pyramid, prepared to begin Armageddon and destroy the realms. This event, in the second timeline, is hastened to the final events of Mortal Kombat 3, when Shao Kahn has almost merged Earthrealm with Outworld, and at the same time he is ending all things in existence. However, the Elder Gods intervene and destroy Shao Kahn, thereby halting whatever plans the One Being may have had.

had. In the Mortal Kombat X comic series, it is revealed that the six Kamidogu, now daggers in the rebooted timeline, have all tasted the blood of the One Being and its essence lives within them, serving as the source of the daggers' Blood Magik.

Magik. In Shinnok's Mortal Kombat X ending, the fallen Elder God succeeds in re-merging all the realms to reawaken the One Being, allowing it to destroy all of reality upon the One Being's revival and devoured the Elder Gods.



* GreaterScopeVillain: He is responsible for all events in the series Mortal Kombat. He also manipulates characters such as Shao Kahn and Onaga, to achieve their goals.
* TheUnseen [[spoiler:Though he does appear in Shinnok's arcade ending in Mortal Kombat X]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain: He is responsible for all events in the series Mortal Kombat. He also manipulates characters such as Shao Kahn and Onaga, to achieve their goals.
goals. It's possible that Shinnok may be under the One Being's influence in Mortal Kombat X.
* TheUnseen TheUnseen: [[spoiler:Though he does appear in Shinnok's arcade ending in Mortal Kombat X]]
24th Oct '16 3:39:22 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: If you can kick the ass of someone who could take the combined power of Raiden, Quan Chi, and Shang Tsung without a scratch, you'd qualify.



* Badass: Shao Kahn was afraid to fight him instead, he simply poisoned him like a coward.



* {{Badass}}: Has power equal to all the Elder Gods combined, and [[spoiler: devours them all]] in Shinnok's arcade ending.
24th Oct '16 6:11:44 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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* CantLiveWithThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Her ''Deception'' ending indicates that she doesn't think very highly of Kobra, yet in her ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:the first thing she does with her newly attained power is resurrect the slain Kobra. Unfortunately, this makes ''him'' view ''her'' as a soft-hearted weakling and he kills her without a moment's hesitation.

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* CantLiveWithThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Her ''Deception'' ending indicates that she doesn't think very highly of Kobra, yet in her ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:the first thing she does with her newly attained power is resurrect the slain Kobra. Unfortunately, this makes ''him'' view ''her'' as a soft-hearted weakling and he kills her without a moment's hesitation.]]
9th Oct '16 5:23:28 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Badass}}
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* BadassMustache

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6th Oct '16 8:35:20 PM Angeldeb82
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* RuleOfSymbolism: It should come as no surprise that the character on the quest to purify herself has {{light|EmUp}}-based powers, is garbed in [[WomanInWhite white]], and [[TokenWholesome dresses in the most concealing, least racy outfits out of all the females.]]

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* RuleOfSymbolism: It should come as no surprise that the character on the quest to purify herself has {{light|EmUp}}-based powers, is garbed in [[WomanInWhite white]], {{w|omanInWhite}}hite, and [[TokenWholesome dresses in the most concealing, least racy outfits out of all the females.]]females]].



* BladeBelowTheShoulder: He [[DualWielding dual wields]] them as his weapons.

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* BladeBelowTheShoulder: He [[DualWielding dual wields]] {{dual wield|ing}}s them as his weapons.



[[caption-width-right:353:[[CrazyAwesome He's crazy]]! And for the same reason, [[EnsembleDarkhorse you gotta like him]]!]]

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[[caption-width-right:353:[[CrazyAwesome He's crazy]]! crazy!]] And for the same reason, [[EnsembleDarkhorse you gotta like him]]!]]



->He plays a role in MortalKombatX, as [[spoiler:Reiko's adviser]] and [[spoiler:the "Blood God" corrupter of the Kamidogu]].

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->He plays a role in MortalKombatX, VideoGame/MortalKombatX, as [[spoiler:Reiko's adviser]] and [[spoiler:the "Blood God" corrupter of the Kamidogu]].



* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler:He is decapitated in the ''X'' prequel comics, with his living head being in the possession of two oni that most likely tormented it. SubvertedTrope, as Quan Chi quickly [[KilledOffForReal stops on it, turning it to mush for failing him]].]]

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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler:He is decapitated in the ''X'' prequel comics, with his living head being in the possession of two oni that most likely tormented it. SubvertedTrope, as Quan Chi quickly [[KilledOffForReal stops stomps on it, turning it to mush for failing him]].]]



* BreakoutCharacter: In contrast to his relatively small role in his debut game, Havik becomes a poignant threat in the MortalKombatX comics, bordering on being a BigBad by virtue of [[spoiler: corrupting the Kamidogu daggers with the curse of the Blood Code.]]
** [[spoiler: He jumps onto being a BigBad the moment he gains Shinnok's amulet by sacrificing Reiko]].

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* BreakoutCharacter: In contrast to his relatively small role in his debut game, Havik becomes a poignant threat in the MortalKombatX VideoGame/MortalKombatX comics, bordering on being a BigBad by virtue of [[spoiler: corrupting the Kamidogu daggers with the curse of the Blood Code.]]
Code]].
** [[spoiler: He jumps onto being a BigBad the moment he gains Shinnok's amulet by sacrificing Reiko]].Reiko.]]



* DecapitationPresentation: He rips his own head off in his hara-kiri. What's he's presenting it to? [[BreakingTheFourthWall The camera]].

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* DecapitationPresentation: He rips his own head off in his hara-kiri. What's he's presenting it to? [[BreakingTheFourthWall The camera]].camera.]]



* ManBehindTheMan: To [[spoiler: Reiko]]. Keep in mind that Havik's main objective is [[spoiler: to spread chaos, something which the Outworld Civil War and the Kamidogu, that he corrupted, are doing well on their own.]]

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* ManBehindTheMan: TheManBehindTheMan: To [[spoiler: Reiko]]. Keep in mind that Havik's main objective is [[spoiler: to spread chaos, something which the Outworld Civil War and the Kamidogu, that he corrupted, are doing well on their own.]]



* [[NiceHat Nice Headdress]]: Emblematic of his status as a cleric of Chaos.

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* [[NiceHat Nice Headdress]]: {{Nice H|at}}eaddress: Emblematic of his status as a cleric of Chaos.



* EnemyMine: Of the members of the Forces of Darkness he fights alongside with in the Battle of Armageddon, they include the Seidan Rebels Darrius and Dairou, who both sought to kill him in Deception, and [[{{Irony}} Havik]]

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* EnemyMine: Of the members of the Forces of Darkness he fights alongside with in the Battle of Armageddon, they include the Seidan Rebels Darrius and Dairou, who both sought to kill him in Deception, and [[{{Irony}} Havik]]Havik]].



* NeckSnap: As a Fatality. ''[[RuleOfThree Thrice]]'' [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill to be exact]].

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* NeckSnap: As a Fatality. ''[[RuleOfThree Thrice]]'' [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill to be exact]]. exact.]]



* CantStandThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Her ''Deception'' ending indicates that she doesn't think very highly of Kobra, yet in her ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:the first thing she does with her newly attained power is resurrect the slain Kobra. Unfortunately, this makes ''him'' view ''her'' as a soft-hearted weakling and he kills her without a moment's hesitation.

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* CantStandThemCantLiveWithoutThem: CantLiveWithThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Her ''Deception'' ending indicates that she doesn't think very highly of Kobra, yet in her ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:the first thing she does with her newly attained power is resurrect the slain Kobra. Unfortunately, this makes ''him'' view ''her'' as a soft-hearted weakling and he kills her without a moment's hesitation.



* CreepyCrossdresser: Before Kabal found her and recruited her for the Black Dragon, Kira was posing as a man in Afghanistan, [[ArmsDealer selling weapons to terrorists]].



* UnholyMatrimony: In Kobra's ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:he takes her as his wife, though she(possibly unintentionally, given ''her'' ending) kills him with a KissOfDeath.]]

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* UnholyMatrimony: In Kobra's ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:he takes her as his wife, though she(possibly she (possibly unintentionally, given ''her'' ending) kills him with a KissOfDeath.]]



* VillainousCrossdresser: Before Kabal found her and recruited her for the Black Dragon, Kira was posing as a man in Afghanistan, [[ArmsDealer selling weapons to terrorists]].



* KilledOffScreen: [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/MortalKombatX Erron Black]] mentioned how he killed Kobra in a pre-fight dialogue against Kano]].

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* KilledOffScreen: KilledOffscreen: [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/MortalKombatX Erron Black]] mentioned how he killed Kobra in a pre-fight dialogue against Kano]].



** And in [[spoiler:Kira's ending, she uses her newfound powers to resurrect him and, to thank her, he betrays and kill her.]]

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** And in [[spoiler:Kira's ending, she uses her newfound powers to resurrect him and, to thank her, he betrays and kill her.]]her]].



->As a youth, Shujinko dreamed of fighting in Mortal Kombat and defeating Shang Tsung. His chance for glory came when an entity known as Damashi, an envoy of the Elder Gods, was looking for a mortal with the courage and strength to find the six Kamidogu. Shujinko accepted, and, through the decades, looked for them. Armed with a power bestowed by Damashi to observe and wield the abiltiies of various kombatants, Shujinko traversed many realms and met many kombatants before obtaining the six Kamidogu. Shujinko however, had been deceived.

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->As a youth, Shujinko dreamed of fighting in Mortal Kombat and defeating Shang Tsung. His chance for glory came when an entity known as Damashi, an envoy of the Elder Gods, was looking for a mortal with the courage and strength to find the six Kamidogu. Shujinko accepted, and, through the decades, looked for them. Armed with a power bestowed by Damashi to observe and wield the abiltiies abilities of various kombatants, Shujinko traversed many realms and met many kombatants before obtaining the six Kamidogu. Shujinko however, had been deceived.



* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Cassie Cage under Raiden's instructions]]. However, this only applies to [[spoiler:her ending.]]

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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Cassie Cage under Raiden's instructions]]. instructions.]] However, this only applies to [[spoiler:her ending.]]ending]].



* BossArenaIdiocy: Both played straight and subverted. If you try to tackle Onaga head-on, he'll probably come across as a SNKBoss. However, if you walk into one of the six Kamidogu located in the corners of his arena, Onaga will immediately be knocked out of any attack he was attempting and will kneel over in a pain for a second, opening him up for a free combo. However, the Kamidogu don't regenerate between rounds, so you only get six shots in all of opening up a can of whup-ass on Onaga before you have to resort to fighting him fairly. Also, his arena contains a {{death trap}}; you can't knock him into the spikes, but he ''can'' knock ''you'' into them if you're by the edge.

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* BossArenaIdiocy: Both played straight and subverted. If you try to tackle Onaga head-on, he'll probably come across as a SNKBoss. However, if you walk into one of the six Kamidogu located in the corners of his arena, Onaga will immediately be knocked out of any attack he was attempting and will kneel over in a pain for a second, opening him up for a free combo. However, the Kamidogu don't regenerate between rounds, so you only get six shots in all of opening up a can of whup-ass on Onaga before you have to resort to fighting him fairly. Also, his arena contains a {{death trap}}; DeathTrap; you can't knock him into the spikes, but he ''can'' knock ''you'' into them if you're by the edge.



* ManipulativeBastard: "[[Film/TheRoom Oh hai]], [[IdiotHero Shujinko]]. [[TreacherousAdvisor My name's Damashi]], and I'm here to tell [[UnwittingPawn you]] that [[BlatantLies you're the Elder God's Champion, fated to embark on a great adventure!]]" This is ''Deception'''s Konquest mode ''in a nutshell''.

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* ManipulativeBastard: "[[Film/TheRoom Oh hai]], hai,]] [[IdiotHero Shujinko]]. Shujinko.]] [[TreacherousAdvisor My name's Damashi]], and I'm here to tell [[UnwittingPawn you]] that [[BlatantLies you're the Elder God's Champion, fated to embark on a great adventure!]]" adventure]]!" This is ''Deception'''s Konquest mode ''in a nutshell''.
18th Aug '16 5:08:35 PM TheNewBig
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* CantStandThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Her ''Deception'' ending indicates that she doesn't think very highly of Kobra, yet in her ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:the first thing she does with her newly attained power is resurrect the slain Kobra. He kills her for being so weak, but still, it means a lot, coming from her.]]

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* CantStandThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Her ''Deception'' ending indicates that she doesn't think very highly of Kobra, yet in her ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:the first thing she does with her newly attained power is resurrect the slain Kobra. He Unfortunately, this makes ''him'' view ''her'' as a soft-hearted weakling and he kills her for being so weak, but still, it means without a lot, coming from her.]]moment's hesitation.



* UnholyMatrimony: In Kobra's ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:he takes her as his wife, though she kills him with a KissOfDeath.]]

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* UnholyMatrimony: In Kobra's ''Armageddon'' ending, [[spoiler:he takes her as his wife, though she she(possibly unintentionally, given ''her'' ending) kills him with a KissOfDeath.]]



* BloodLust: At first, he tried to [[PayEvilUntoEvil justify his killings with his victims]] (drug dealers and gangbangers), but the thrill of fighting had him eventually killing for money and looting on the side. Kobra wonders how many lives he's ruined, but simply doesn't care.

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* BloodLust: At first, he tried to [[PayEvilUntoEvil justify sate his killings with his victims]] (drug dealers and gangbangers), violent urges by going after]] scumbags, but he became addicted to the thrill of fighting had him killing and eventually killing for money and looting on he gets to the side. Kobra wonders how many lives he's ruined, but simply doesn't care.point where he'd kill whoever was in sight.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: A very slight case that's immediately averted. Some time after one of his sprees, he wonders how many lives he's ultimately ended and ruined, but then decides it really doesn't matter to him.



* UnholyMatrimony: [[spoiler:In his ''Armageddon'' ending, he takes Kira as his wife, but she [[KissOfDeath betrays and kills]] him. Unwittingly, perhaps, as the Elder Gods decided to turn Kira into a Goddess of Death to punish Kobra for his arrogance.]],

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* UngratefulBastard: [[spoiler:Kira, despite not having a great deal of respect for him, still decides to save her comrade after getting Blaze's power. Kobra sees this as weakness and kills her without a second thought.]]
* UnholyMatrimony: [[spoiler:In his ''Armageddon'' ending, he takes Kira as his wife, but she [[KissOfDeath betrays and kills]] ends up killing]] him. Unwittingly, perhaps, actually, as the Elder Gods decided to turn Kira into a Goddess of Death to punish Kobra for his arrogance.]],]]



** In the rebooted timeline, he gives up the Kamidogu of Chaos to Havik, an ObviouslyEvil looking being who tricks him into thinking Raiden can't be trusted. In fairness to him, Havik [[BlueAndOrangeMorality isn't so much about evil so much as he is about chaos]], and Havik ''did'' aid him in the original timeline.

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** In the rebooted timeline, he gives up the Kamidogu of Chaos to Havik, an ObviouslyEvil looking being who tricks him into thinking Raiden can't be trusted. In fairness to him, Havik [[BlueAndOrangeMorality isn't so much about evil so much as he is about chaos]], and Havik ''did'' aid him in the original timeline. In fact, he was one of the few who didn't end up betraying him.
14th Aug '16 1:19:50 PM Gregzilla
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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler:He is decapitated in the ''X'' prequel comics, with his living head being in the possession of two oni that most likely tormented it.]]

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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler:He is decapitated in the ''X'' prequel comics, with his living head being in the possession of two oni that most likely tormented it. SubvertedTrope, as Quan Chi quickly [[KilledOffForReal stops on it, turning it to mush for failing him]].]]



* IRejectYourReality: Fancies himself to be BeyondGoodAndEvil, and just going around to spread chaos and anarchy.

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* IRejectYourReality: Fancies himself to be BeyondGoodAndEvil, AboveGoodAndEvil, and just going around to spread chaos and anarchy.
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