Concept is like how Kabal is fast and Noob saibot has a double
What's on your mind?
Mine : sub zero, bi - Han ( sub zero brother) , scorpion and night wolf
To sum it up, Shao Kahn killed Blaze, not Taven But, here's my idea of how he killed him so, he managed to escape Onaga's grasp and would climb to the top of the Prymaid while Taven is fighting Blaze and once arriving at the top, he saw Blaze dazed and Taven about to perform the final punch to the Fire God until Kahn knocks him off the Prymaid and kills Blaze which he obtains his essence and once he was powerful, he brought Raiden to the top of the Prymaid to witness what will happen now, which Raiden (Past) sends a message to his future self warning what will happen in the original timeline that he must prevent.
Note: this is just my opinion on how Blaze was killed by Shao Kahn.
This wiki + the villains wiki both list Shang Tsung as the main antagonist of the aftermath dlc, I could not disagree more with this, he is pretty clearly meant to be the villainous Protagonist, here's why
The story is centred around him. out of the 3 ''main characters'' of the aftermath dlc (Nightwolf, Fujin, and of course Shang Tsung) Shang is clearly the most prominent one, he makes the plan to stop Kronika, he is imminently distrusted by everyone, hell he is even the character in the center when the 3 of them are first shown. You also play as him in the final chapter, you NEVER play as the main antagonist in any of the netherrealm games, Shao Kahn is unplayable in mk9, Corrupted Shinnok is unplayable in mkx, Kronika is unplayable in mk11 you get the idea, if Shang Tsung was meant to be the main antagonist he would likely be unplayable
Imagine if Kollector met Brainiac in-game.
Here some intros:
Kollector: You are also a collector, Brainiac.
Brainiac: Of worlds, not gold.
Kollector: (laughs) Why not be both, Brainiac?
Kollector: Your ship is mine, Brainiac.
Brainiac: You are not Coluan. Your mind cannot control it.
Kollector: It's unwise to underestimate an Naknadan.
Brainiac: What race are you?
Kollector: My people are Naknadans, Brainaic.
Brainiac: Abandon Shao Kahn and serve me in taking over realms.
Kollector: I will never, ever betray my emperor!
Brainiac: Do you think he really cares for your interests?
Four Things You Need to Know About God
By Ray Comfort
1. GOD IS HOLY AND JUST
“Righteousness and justice are the foundation of Your throne; mercy and truth go before Your face.” (Psalm 89:14)
In civil law, a good judge must punish crime. If he turns a blind eye to injustice, then he is corrupt and he himself should be punished.
In one ten-year period in the United States, 100,000 murderers were never brought to justice. These were unsolved crimes. If God turns a blind eye to those murderers, then He is corrupt by nature. It makes sense that if He is good and just, He should be angry with those who have taken the lives of others, and He should punish murderers, rapists, etc. This is the teaching of the Bible—that God will “by no means clear the guilty.” He “will bring every work into judgment, including every secret thing, whether good or evil.” “God is angry with the wicked every day.”
2. HIS WORD SAYS “THE WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH”
“Sin is transgression of the Law.” (1 John 3:4)
Let’s look briefly at the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20), and see if we have kept God’s Law:
You shall have no other gods before Me
You shall not make yourself a graven image
You shall not take God’s name in vain
Remember the Sabbath, to keep it holy
Honor your father and mother
You shall not murder
You shall not commit adultery
You shall not steal
You shall not lie
You shall not covet
Before we say we have obeyed the Commandments, this is what someone would be like if he kept the Law—he would always love God with all his heart, with all his soul, with all his strength, and with all his mind, and love his neighbor as much as he has loved himself. He has never made a god to suit himself (either with his hands or in his mind).
He has always given God’s name reverence, kept the Sabbath holy, honored his parents implicitly, and never once has he been “angry with his brother without a cause.” He has never hated anyone, had lust in his heart, or had illicit sex. He has never stolen even a paper clip or ballpoint pen, or told as much as a “white” lie, and not once desired anything that belongs to someone else. He is, and always has been “pure in heart,” perfect in thought, word, and deed.
The truth is, we are not like that. We have all “sinned” many times, and therefore we have stored up God’s wrath, which will be revealed on Judgment Day. The proof that we have sinned will be our death, and after death we must face God in judgment.
Think of it—if He has seen our every thought, word, and deed, and if He is going to bring all of our sins out as evidence of our guilt on the Day of Judgment, we will all be found to be guilty. Our conscience has shown us right from wrong; we will be without excuse. God will give us justice, and Hell will be the place of our eternal punishment. “For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, nor hidden that will not be known.”
3. GOD IS RICH IN MERCY TO ALL THAT CALL UPON HIM
“But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us…” (Ephesians 2:4)
A youth once borrowed a fast car, and in a drunken stupor, sped through his hometown at 120 m.p.h. Since everything was horse-drawn in his country town, there were no laws against speeding. So the council passed a law saying that 30 m.p.h. was the maximum speed, and that any transgressors would be fined $100 for every m.p.h. over the speed limit.
On his way back through the town, the speedster decided to pull the same prank. He was apprehended, tried, and found guilty by his father, who was the town’s only judge. He was fined $9,000, and because he had no money and no words of defense, the youth was led off to prison. As he sat in despair behind bars, his father appeared at the door, and told him that he had sold all his own prized possessions and paid the fine for him. The son couldn’t believe that he loved him that much. They embraced as they never had before, and walked off in a new-found relationship, bonded together with love.
That’s a picture of what God did for us through the gospel
We have all broken God’s Law a multitude of times, but God came to this earth in the person of Jesus Christ, and paid the fine—”For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” The Bible says, “The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
Jesus satisfied eternal justice, and then rose from the dead, defeating death. Hundreds saw Him after His resurrection; it’s no fairy tale. Jesus fulfilled all the prophecies about the promised Savior, written in the Holy Scriptures hundreds of years before His birth. But just as we cannot earn a gift, so we cannot earn eternal life by our good works—”For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast.”
4. GOD OFFERS ETERNAL LIFE THROUGH JESUS CHRIST
“He who hears My word and believes in Him who sent Me has everlasting life, and shall not come into judgment, but has passed from death into life.” (John 5:24)
Life’s greatest mystery, death, was destroyed by the One who said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life…” The Bible says, “He who has the Son has life…”
To find the way to God, to understand the truth of God’s Word, and to receive the gift of eternal life, begin by repentance and faith through a prayer like this: “Dear God, I understand that I have broken Your Law and sinned against You. Please forgive my sins. Thank you that Jesus suffered and died on the cross in my place and rose again. I now place my trust in Him as my Savior and Lord. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.”
If you have repented and trusted in Jesus, then your sins are forgiven and you can now partake in the blessings of “the New Covenant.” Here are just ten of God’s exceedingly great and precious promises:
You have passed from death into life (Jn. 5:24).
God will supply all of your needs according to His riches (Phil. 4:19).
Jesus will be with you in trials, promising never to leave nor forsake you (Heb. 13:5).
The Holy Spirit will lead you into all truth, and give you the power to live a holy life (Jn. 16:13).
You are cleansed by the blood of Jesus Christ—God has removed your sins as far as the East is from the West (Ps. 103:12).
As you abide in Christ, you will see the “fruit” of His Spirit begin to manifest in your life (Gal. 5:22-25).
As you read the Bible daily, it will come alive to you and cause you to grow in your faith (1 Pet. 2:1-3).
When you pray, God will hear you and answer your prayers (1 Jn. 5:15).
The cross will be continual evidence of God’s love for you (Rom. 5:8).
God “is able to keep you from stumbling, and to present you faultless before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy” (Jude 1:24).
Search the Scriptures daily, and see what God has in store for those that love Him. Honor Christ’s command to be baptized, and find yourself a Jesus-centered, Bible-teaching church and commit yourself to it.
May God continue to bless you as you obey Him.
Sub-Zero: Smoke. You have returned.
Revenant Smoke: The Smoke you knew is dead. I am Enenra!
Sub-Zero: You are not the friend I once knew.
Sub-Zero: Place your blame towards Quan Chi, Shao Kahn and Sindel, not Raiden.
Revenant Smoke: So, he not to blame for having us both killed and abandoning us?!
Sub-Zero: Your anger clouds your judgement.
Sub-Zero: Was it you that restored my freewill?
Smoke: I requested it, but it was Jax who restore you, Kuai Liang.
Sub-Zero: I am grateful to both of you.
Sub-Zero: You rejected Frost as Grandmaster.
Smoke: You are the true Grandmaster of The Lin Kuei!/She is not fit to be Grandmaster of our clan.
Sub-Zero: Wise words, Smoke./Together will end her rule.
Revenant Smoke: Return with me to The Netherrealm at once!
Sub-Zero: Never, Smoke!
Revenant Smoke: You will serve Liu Kang and Kitana again
.Smoke: Is Quan Chi dead?
!Sub-Zero: Yes. beheaded by Scorpion.
Smoke: He did all realms a favour by slaying that vile, gutless demon sorcerer.
Smoke: Why do you seek, D'Vorah?
Sub-Zero: She must pay for poisoning and killing Hanzo!
Smoke: Do not fret, Kuai Liang. We will find her and she will pay with her life.
Smoke: I would think twice before trusting Hanzo.
Sub-Zero: Why is that, Smoke?
Smoke: I sense one day he'll betrayed you and The Lin Kuei.
Smoke: Did you ever find your brother?
Sub-Zero: Yes. Bi-Han was resurrected as Noob Saibot by Quan Chi and now an ally of Kronika.
Smoke: He has brought shame to our clan's name.
I feel as though Kronika was only the beginning.
Thoughts on the movie? I wanna see what other people feel to see if I’m alone on this or not?
Long story short, they jammed way too much into 80 minutes. They could have done a whole trilogy, maybe even a pentalogy of movies of everything they did but it got wasted in one movie.
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Shang Tsung: Ah, Doctor Fate.
Doctor Fate: Nabu demands you surrender Kronika's Crown!
Shang Tsung: Disrespectful fool./I'll surrender nothing, Doctor./Never!
Shang Tsung: There are other Doctor Fates?
Doctor Fate: Many by my count./There are many in my timeline.
Shang Tsung: You and their souls are now mine.
Shang Tsung: I seek allies to help me against Liu Kang and Raiden.
Doctor Fate: I am not your ally, Shang Tsung!
Doctor Fate: We could of been the new Deadly Alliance, Kent.
Doctor Fate: Return to Outworld at once!
Shang Tsung: I'll stay here in your realm.
Doctor Fate: Then, face the wrath of The Lord Of Order!
Doctor Fate: Kal-El assurance in you is baffling.
Shang Tsung: Why that, Kent?
Doctor Fate: In many timelines, I see you betray him.
Doctor Fate: All realms will not be yours.
Shang Tsung: Yours and the entire multiverse is now mine, fool!
Doctor Fate: You condemned the realms to your tyranny, Shang Tsung.
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