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Their jubilation is short-lived, as during "Mortal Kombat Gold" (1999), Shinnok and his grand vizier Quan Chi escapes imprisonment in the Netherrealm and invades
. Betrayed by the traitorous Edenian Tanya, Kitana, Sindel, and Jade are taken prisoner, but Kitana manages to escape and rejoin her Earthrealm allies. Shinnok's forces are eventually defeated by the joint efforts of Kitana and her allies. With
freed once again, Kitana finally proposes to Liu Kang, offering him the chance to rule
at her side as King and Queen, but he reluctantly rejects her offer, seeing his true duty as champion of Earth. After Shinnok's defeat, Kitana captures Mileena but learns that Shao Kahn has survived his defeat in Earthrealm and is regaining power. Knowing that Kahn would attempt to reclaim
once he was strong enough, she forges an alliance with Goro, prince of the Outworld race Shokan, against Kahn's forces.
Aleks Paunovic portrayed an unmasked (human) Shao Kahn for the web series "" two-part episode "Kitana & Mileena", dealing with his early rule over the conquered
and an alternate version of his relationship to Sindel, Kitana and Mileena.
In the 1995 one-shot issue "Sister Act", featuring Kitana and Mileena and published by Malibu Comics, Sindel has a minor appearance before Kahn's takeover of
, and her hair therein is black, as opposed to the games' silver. Her fate after the invasion was ignored, with just Jerrod's death at the hands of Kahn and Shang Tsung shown. She had another brief role in a special-edition tie-in comic book that was included with the 1998 PC home release of "Mortal Kombat 4", in which Quan Chi cons his way into
by posing as a refugee from an annexed realm, and he offers Sindel a mysterious orb that she accepts, but it opens a portal through which Shinnok and his Netherealm denizens (including Reiko and Scorpion) emerge, and they capture
Mileena remains imprisoned for years, until Onaga the Dragon King began his own invasion of
, during which she is freed from her imprisonment by her ally Baraka. During the events of "" (2004), Mileena is ordered by Onaga to pose as Kitana in order to confuse and misdirect his enemies. However, as Mileena begins the game's titular deception, she develops a hidden agenda and decides to take control of both the forces of
and Onaga's own undead army for herself. In the game's story mode (Konquest), Mileena also trains the young Shujinko in Outworld and fights against Jade.
At the 2016 Summer Paralympics he took a silver medal in the Mixed 4x50m Freestyle Relay. His teammates were Daniel Dias,
Garcia, Susana Ribeiro, Talisson Glock, Maiara Regina Perreira Barreto, Joana Maria Silva and Patricia Pereira dos Santos. Silva was also the final torchbearer and lit the cauldron during the opening ceremony.
While Ruby did not exist in the games, aspects of her character bear similarity those introduced later. Her red ninja outfit makes her resemble 'Skarlet', a glitch 'character' that would become a full-fledged fighter in Mortal Kombat (2011). She is also a traitor to her home realm of
, much like Tanya who would be introduced in Mortal Kombat 4.
In the games, Rain hails from the otherworldly realm of
like Kitana and Jade, but he does not share his compatriots' allegiance to their homeland and instead opts to serve evil Outworld emperor Shao Kahn. He plays his most prominent role in "", where he is revealed to be a demigod and related to the protagonist of the game's storyline.
He makes a one-panel appearance in a special-edition tie-in comic book included with the 1998 PC release of "Mortal Kombat 4", in which he and his Netherealm denizens capture
upon emerging from a portal created by an orb that Quan Chi (posing as a refugee from another realm) had given to Sindel.
A native of
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
. Tanya was added to "Mortal Kombat X" as a downloadable character, 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
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.
Quan Chi was a featured character in a special-edition tie-in comic book that was included with the 1998 PC home release of "Mortal Kombat 4", where he cons his way into the otherworldly realm of
by posing as a refugee from a realm that, he claims, was annexed by an evil ruler. He offers Queen Sindel a mysterious orb that she accepts, but the orb opens a portal through which Shinnok and his Netherealm denizens (including Reiko and Scorpion) emerge, and they capture
. Quan Chi's machination had been set up in advance with the assistance of the traitorous Edenian Tanya, which in turn established her storyline in the game. He is then seen on the last page awaiting the Earthrealm combatants emerging from a portal into the realm that was opened by Sonya.
However, those plans had to wait, as one of Sindel's people, the daughter of an Edenian ambassador to the realms named Tanya, betrayed her homeland and allowed the Netherrealm forces of the fallen Elder God Shinnok to invade the palace. Though Kitana escaped, Sindel herself was captured and held in her own dungeon until Shinnok's forces were defeated. Enraged at this latest invasion on her kingdom, Sindel sent Kitana to form an alliance with the Shokan armies and lead them into battle against a weakened Shao Kahn while she continued to help restore
to its former beauty. Unfortunately for her,
was once again invaded, this time by the Dragon King, Onaga, who had resurrected Kitana and her Earthrealm allies and placed them under his control. She was once again confined inside her own prison, this time guarded by her own daughter, but was freed by Jade. She scoured
for more information on Onaga that might lead her to a way to free Kitana from his control. In Sindel's "" ending, she defeats Blaze and obtains godlike powers. With these newfound abilities, she decides to resurrect her husband King Jerrod, reaching out to the Heavens and taking his soul. She gives him flesh and bones, allowing him to live once more. Now Sindel, Jerrod, and Kitana will work together to ward off evil tyrants like Shao Kahn and to keep the realms safe and protected.
In "" (2002), Kitana, leading a preemptive strike against Shao Kahn's forces, learns that he has been slain by unknown assassins. Thinking her fight is at an end, she begins the journey back to
, hoping to finally live in peace. However, on the way she encounters Kung Lao, who tells her of the plans of the Deadly Alliance of Quan Chi and Shang Tsung, who are responsible for Liu Kang and Shao Kahn's demise and are attempting to revive the undead army of the legendary Onaga the Dragon King. Despite Kitana's grief, she rejoins the Earthrealm warriors and leads them into battle. During the assault on Shang Tsung's palace, she faces Quan Chi one-on-one but despite her improved fighting skills, gained from training with Bo' Rai Cho, Kitana is outmatched and killed alongside her allies. Shortly after, they are resurrected and magically enslaved by Onaga, who then sends Mileena to impersonate Kitana as the princess of
Damned to the Netherealm after her death, Mileena swears fealty to its ruler Shinnok. During the events of "Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3" (1995), Shao Kahn decides to resurrect Mileena so her skills as a vicious fighter would help him defeat Earth's chosen warriors, also magically granting her the ability to read Kitana's thoughts. Shinnok sees this as an opportunity to covertly monitor the events unfolding in Earthrealm and so he allows her to return to life. After Kahn is defeated, Mileena is summoned back to the Netherealm. In "Mortal Kombat Gold" (1999), she assists in Shinnok's invasion of
, but allows her sister to escape from a dungeon. Following Shinnok's defeat, Mileena comes to Kitana's palace and demands the power over
be shared with her. Kitana refuses and, when attacked, traps Mileena and locks her away in a dungeon.
He was the head of the film history department at Sarah Lawrence College from 1983-2015. He died January 6, 2015 at the age of 71. Gil is survived by his wife, Diane Stevenson, a brother, Jorge Pérez y Guillermo, two nephews, Bernardo Federico Tomás Guillermo (born 17 June 1977) and Nicolás Daniel Mauricio Guillermo (born 6 July 1979), and a niece, Juliana
Antonia Guillermo (born 8 October 1981).
Indonesian Production House SinemArt's drama, titled "Buku Harian Nayla" (Nayla's Diary), plagiarizes "1 Litre of Tears". The series bears some striking resemblances, like the name "Aya" being replaced with "Nayla" (Chelsea Olivia) and Moses (Ralph Glenn Alinskie) in place of Asou. The series aired in RCTI as a special Christmas series. The comparison between the two series have been discussed by the show's audience. The scenario was written by Serena Luna (or sometimes called Chevyra
Prior to the events of the game series, Shao Kahn was Outworld's protector and an advisor to the realm's ruler, Onaga. Eventually, Shao Kahn poisoned Onaga, claiming his throne and his armies. Kahn continued to add lesser realms to Outworld, including
, whose queen Sindel and princess Kitana were forced to be Kahn's wife and personal assassin, respectively. Sindel killed herself to escape Kahn, who keeps her soul in Outworld.
Kai is a former member of the secretive White Lotus Society who meets Liu Kang in the United States, while Liu Kang was recruiting and training a new generation of Shaolin warriors. During the events of "Mortal Kombat 4", Liu Kang and Kai join the Earth warriors in
to assist Raiden in his battle against Shinnok. He makes his only other playable appearance in "Armageddon."
After being absent from "Mortal Kombat 4", Shao Kahn has a brief cameo in "". The Emperor, weakened from battle with
and abandoned by many of his finest soldiers, is killed by the titular Alliance of Shang Tsung and Quan Chi. He makes a playable appearance in the Nintendo GameCube version of "" where it is revealed that the Deadly Alliance killed a decoy. Kahn sets out to reclaim his empire from a resurrected Onaga.
One of the lead characters of the "Mortal Kombat" saga, Kitana is the princess of the otherworldly realm of
and the biological daughter of Queen Sindel, as well as an adopted daughter of the evil Emperor Shao Kahn. In the series' original storyline, Kitana serves Shao Kahn as an elite assassin before becoming one of the leaders of the good characters. She also has a role of suggested romantic interest for the series' primary hero Liu Kang and has an evil twin and nemesis named Mileena, as well as a longtime intimate friend in Jade.
During the events of "Mortal Kombat 3" (1995), Kitana is put on trial for treason after killing Mileena. Before a verdict and sentence could be reached, however, Kitana escapes (as retconned in "MK3" update releases "Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3" and "Mortal Kombat Trilogy") and joins the warriors of Earthrealm to free her mother Sindel, who has been resurrected and used by Kahn to invade Earth. After convincing her close friend Jade to join her, Kitana locates and frees Sindel from Shao Kahn's mental control, leading to his defeat at the hands of Liu Kang. Kitana, Sindel, and Jade then liberate
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