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I let go my rage, and it saved me. To save yourself, you must do the same.


—Hanzo to his past self in Mortal Kombat 11's Story Mode.

This article is about Hanzo Hasashi, the series' first Scorpion. For other characters that used the Scorpion title, see Scorpion (disambiguation).

Hanzo Hasashi (Japanese: 波佐志 半蔵 Hasashi Hanzo)[3], better known as Scorpion (Japanese: 全蠍人; Zenkatsujin; "Full Scorpion Man")[4], is a resurrected ninja in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series as well as the mascot of the games. He is one of the very few original characters debuting in the first Mortal Kombat arcade game. He holds the distinction, along with Raiden and Sub-Zero (in one form or another), of appearing in every generation of Mortal Kombat games as a playable character.

Throughout the series, Scorpion has been a misguided antagonist after his resurrection, following those on the side of evil out of revenge and anger over the death of his family and clan. After being restored to his Human form and learning the truth about their demise, he has been a recurring supporting character for the series.

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About Hanzo Hasashi

It is known that his father, a former member of the Shirai Ryu, forbade his son from joining the clan, as he did not wish for his son to live the life of an assassin. However, Hanzo joined in spite of his father's wishes in order to provide his wife Harumi and son Satoshi with a comfortable life.

After he and his clan are exterminated, Scorpion reappears as a hell-spawned Spectre, inexorably seeking vengeance against those responsible for the destruction of his family and clan. As a result of Quan Chi's manipulation, he initially believes Bi-Han, a ninja from the rival Lin Kuei clan and the original Sub-Zero, to be responsible for the massacre. He confronts and kills Bi-Han at the first tournament, inadvertently spawning the undead wraith Noob Saibot. He wouldn't learn until much later that it was Quan Chi, not Bi-Han, who committed the genocide, to which he responded by torturing Quan Chi in the Netherrealm in the original timeline. In the second timeline, he would get his revenge after being restored to his human form, eventually tracking Quan Chi down and executing him.

In most early Mortal Kombat media, due in large part to his sinister and malevolent appearance, Scorpion is typecast in a villainous role. As such, he has had many incursions with the forces of good. However, he is not actually evil. He joins the forces of evil only when promised a means of resurrecting his clan on Earth, or the chance to inflict his wrath against those who butchered them. Although he is featured alongside the Forces of Darkness in the opening scene of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, he remains officially neutral because of his fierce hatred for Quan Chi.

In more recent MK media (the second timeline in particular), Scorpion is portrayed in a more heroic light, and is perceived by fans to be the title's foremost anti-hero. He undertakes actions that benefit the forces of good, albeit in his own gruesome and vigilante manner. His attitude, appearance, and self-reliance have all contributed to his popularity. Compared to the purely virtuous "good guys", and the diabolically evil "bad guys", Scorpion's moral ambiguity is unique.

When his mask is on, Scorpion mostly resembles an ordinary human. The only recognizable differences are the demonic inflection in his voice, his glowing and pupilless white eyes, and his ability to emit (as well as withstand) fire. Removing his mask reveals a human skull, oftentimes ablaze. Scorpion's most popular and recognized skill is his famous spear attack, which is used to pull an opponent toward him. This attack will also stun the opponent for a short amount of time. Scorpion will shout, "Get over here!" or "Come here!", while executing this technique.

Although Scorpion is often strict and wrathful, he also has a caring side and is very honorable. In the original timeline, when he discovers that the Sub-Zero who enters the second tournament isn't Bi-Han, but his more merciful younger brother Kuai Liang, Scorpion vows to protect him to atone for killing his kin. In the second timeline, Scorpion intended to spare the first Sub-Zero in exchange for the resurrection of his clan, and only relented after Quan Chi inflamed his anger. Scorpion later expressed regret for killing Bi-Han, calling it "a mistake borne of rage". Most notably, in the Mortal Kombat X comic series, it is shown that he took in victims and survivors of the Netherrealm War and raised them within the re-established Shirai Ryu, reformed for the purpose of protecting Earthrealm. Among these refugees was Takeda Takahashi, the orphaned son of Kenshi, whom Hanzo raised as his own after Kenshi left him in his care.


Scorpion appeared with the traditional palette swap look he and the other ninjas had. He kept this appearance from the first MK to MK4 after which he bore two swords on his back and his kunai attached to a rope tied to his belt. He has white eyes with his mask on. Without his mask, his head is a (sometimes flaming) skull.

In MK4, he is further distinguished by his skeletal motif, mostly in the mask, with bone-like structures lacing his uniform. Scorpion has a yellow skull-shaped mask, a yellow belt with small black sections on the front and back, and a new skull belt buckle. His forearm guards wrap around his forearm completely, with yellow and black designs on the outer side, and a triangular piece that extends over the back of his hand. He wears his yellow metal shin guards with black designs. His top is black with yellow shoulder edges and rectangular seperated yellow designs on the front and back.

In Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance, Scorpion sports a much different look than past games. He now resembles more of a samurai. His ninja mask is the same, only covering his nose and mouth. He wears a gold karate gi, with a skull belt buckle around the waist. He has gold and black thigh and shin guards along with two sword holsters strapped to his back. His spear dangles "harmlessly" at his side.

In Mortal Kombat Armageddon, his mouth guard more closely resembles the one worn in Mortal Kombat 4 however.  He still has two swords on his back and the infamous yellow ninja attire.  Scorpion had some metal knee pads in Deadly Alliance; he now has pieces of armour all throughout his costume.  His arms are bare, and he has metal arm guards and gloves; on his back are the hilts for two swords. He wears dark coloured pants, with metal knee pads. His boots are very samurai-like in that they look like sandals; he wears black socks with them however. 

Alternate Costume: Scorpion's alternate costume is a remake of his Mortal Kombat 4 outfit.  He wears the same blue tights on his chest and legs; his head is also covered in it. His mouth guard resembles that of a skull and his eyes are completely white. He wears the trademark yellow vest looking thing over blue tights. His arms are bare and he wears wrist guards and gloves on his hands. He wears a yellow belt with a skull belt buckle.  He wears skin tight tights on his legs over blue samurai shoes with yellow/gold shin guards. The back of his costume is blue and yellow, and he has his coiled spear on the left side of his belt.

As of MKX, he has regained his humanity and human identity, depicted with a goatee and mustache and can switch between his human and familiar spectre-like appearance at will.

Scorpion unmasked is known as Inferno Scorpion. This design was first featured in MK: Shaolin Monks and reappears in the Challenge Tower, fighting Kano in the Netherrealm. His costumes incorporate his namesake more and more with each game, particularly in one of his latest redesigns. The hilts of his swords now resemble the stingers of scorpions, while his shoulder pads and masks are also molded after scorpions.

Scorpion's yellow costume is said to have mocked not only Sub-Zero, but also the Lin Kuei, as Takeda (who was a member of the Lin Kuei) developed Ninjitsu, which he considered a superior fighting style to what the Lin Kuei had. He quickly left the Lin Kuei and formed the Shirai Ryu clan, the Lin Kuei's main enemies.

In Mortal Kombat X, Scorpion’s appearance is more like an assassin rather than a ninja. It has a very detailed mask and chest piece, sometimes his eyes can be seen orange rather than white.

In Injustice: Gods Among Us, in which Scorpion made his appearance as a playable guest character, his appearance is completely original to the game. He now gains an armor with a gem in the middle of its chest looking more like a legendary champion than a ninja, while retaining the scorpion like swords on his back just like the ones from his appearance in Mortal Kombat (2011). This appearance would become a selectable outfit in Mortal Kombat X, and as a playable card in Mortal Kombat Mobile, however in MKX, the swords are absent due to the Ninjutsu Variation.

In Mortal Kombat 11, he is given with the new design, his mask is purely golden and his eyes were blank yellow-ish.

In Mortal Kombat 1, he later returns as the kameo fighter under his Mortal Kombat II costume

Combat Characteristics

Powers and Abilities

Scorpion is most commonly associated with Hellfire, the Netherrealm's variant of fire. Scorpion is immune to the element and primarily uses it to confirm the death of his opponents, spewing it from his skull while unmasked. He is very versatile with this element, for he can summon it under his opponent, light himself up with hellfire to create a damaging aura of flames and hurl fireballs that can explode. His other abilities include necromancy and summoning. After being betrayed by the Elder Gods when they resurrected his clan as undead, he still found use from his undead comrades known as Hellspawns, who are capable of summoning hellfire as well. His summoning abilities allow him to call upon demonic minions that can self-destruct and floating skull creatures that breathe hellfire and spew explosive projectiles.

As a spectre, Scorpion is immune to death as his soul is still bound by revenge, allowing him to endlessly chase his targets until they have been silenced. He is capable of resurrection, even if his physical body is fully destroyed, as demonstrated in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance where he was supposedly killed by Quan Chi when he kicked him into a pool of acid in the map Acid Bath, but later returned to life in order to find the Deadly Alliance and their minions. He also came back to life in the Mortal Kombat X comic series after Havik brutally killed him by destroying his chest and lungs.

Scorpion has the ability to teleport and can activate this ability without doing a gesture but by doing a mere thought instead, often used in the form of surprise or ambush attacks, and can open portals to the Netherrealm at will. The scope of Scorpion's powers depend on how long he remains in his abode, the Netherrealm. This proved advantageous when he pursued Quan Chi in the depths of hell, whose magic is diminished by the power and nature of the realm.

After being fully resurrected, it's revealed in the Mortal Kombat X comic series that Scorpion's wraith powers and Hellfire depend on his own emotional pain, as he must relive his greatest shame like the destruction of his family and clan or witness his allies suffering, like Takeda seemingly dying, in order to use it. By doing so, Hanzo becomes more wraith like, surrounded by hellfire, and his powers increase tremendously to the point they can even exceed deities in combat like Raiden. Although powerful, there is a drawback to every time Hanzo uses his powers; if he uses hellfire for too long, he risks being consumed by it, destroying his existence. Along with this, Hanzo's Scorpion persona can overtake him, resulting in him acting less reasonable and more hostile.

Like many ninjas, Scorpion is well-versed in the art of armed combat. He has wielded various weapons throughout the tournaments, from axes to the most recent twin Ninjato. His most recurring weapon is the Spear, a kunai attached to a sturdy rope. Colloquially called a kyoketsu-shoge in ancient Japan, representing Scorpion's "stinger". At times, the spear is empowered with hellfire for more power. Various depictions of the spear had been made before Deadly Alliance. It was shown as a chain tied to a mace in the comics. His spear was a sentient, serpentine creature that spawned from within his hand during the films. He is empowered by the Elder Gods to defeat Onaga in Deception. However, Shujinko slays Onaga before he gets the chance.

In MK11, his abilities are expanded upon, showing that he retains many of the abilities gained as a Spectre while in his restored human form. Hanzo now has the ability transform into a fiery skeleton, incinerating anything he touches, along with breathing fire and touching the opponent with other Hellfire-esque attacks. His ability with engulfing himself in Hellfire has also made him immune to other aspects of fire, as shown with him being completely unaffected by Sektor's flamethrower. He is even able to ignite his Spear with Hellfire, causing it to burn opponents when he slashes or stabs them. His speed has also seemed to have increased, with him leaving afterimages of himself after teleporting and using various attacks, making his movements unpredictable. As Scorpion, he retains these same traits, however now when teleporting in some instances, he will be surrounded in a fiery tornado, setting fire to the surrounding area when appears. Also as Scorpion, when breathing Hellfire from his mouth as an attack, his head changes to a flaming skull, identical to his Toasty! Fatality.

Signature Moves

  • Spear: Scorpion sends out a rope or metal chain with a tipped Kunai at the end, where it impales into the opponent's chest, allowing Scorpion to pull them through the air towards him for a free hit, as well as cause a small amount of damage. This move often follows the words, "GET OVER HERE!" or "COME HERE!". In Shaolin Monks, he —albeit rarely— says profane versions of both phrases. This is Scorpion's famous signature move. In Shaolin Monks, the move could be upgraded so as to be used as a whip-like weapon. It is most likely based of a Chinese weapon known as the Rope Dart/Shéng biāo, which is known to be very hard to use, let alone master. In MK11, the attack has Scorpion step behind the opponent and slash them with his katana after pulling them in, knocking them down with no stun. (MK, MKII, UMK3, MKT, MK4, MKG, MK:DA, MK:TE, MK:D, MK:U, MK:SM, MK:A, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, MKX, MK11)
    • In MK 2011, the enhanced version is called Flame Spear. Scorpion launches two spears at the same time, both covered in hellfire, and is armored while launching them. It also executes slightly faster.
    • In MKX, the enhanced version is called Double Spear and makes Scorpion launch two spears at the same time more quickly than the original.
      • The attack can be enhanced a second time right as the spears successfully hit the opponent, where Scorpion ignites the chains with Hellfire and sends the flames to the opponent, igniting them on fire, dealing increased damage and stunning them, setting them up for a free hit.
    • In MK11, amplifying the attack has Scorpion elbow the opponent in the face, stunning them and setting them up for a free hit. Amplifying the attack deals less damage than the original at the expense of stunning the opponent.
      • If the attack connects and is amplified at maximum range, the attack turns into a Krushing Blow, with the elbow to the face crushing the upper half of the opponent's skull inward and dealing double the original damage of the amplified attack. The stun effect remains the same, however Scorpion is offered more use of different attacks as compared to the original stun effect.
        • This Krushing Blow damage can be increased slightly if Burning Spear is active.
  • Hellfire Punch: Teleporting behind his opponent, Scorpion strikes them with a punch. Called the Teleport Attack in Deception and Unchained; Scorpion gained this attack as a kick instead of a punch, however he regained this attack as a punch in Armageddon, whilst the kick form of this attack is given to Chameleon. In Shaolin Monks, the move could be upgraded so as to leave behind a burst of fire when he vanishes. He can also perform it in the air. Also, he has a variation without teleport, going forward to the opponent instead of attacking them in the back. In MK (2011) and MKX, the move is known as Teleport. In MKX, it can be cancelled by making Scorpion teleport back to the edge of the screen or behind his opponent, without actually making a hit. Cancelling the attack requires and spends a full bar of Stamina to cancel. Also in MKX, he will hit the enemy with a kick if it's performed on the ground or a punch if performed in the air. In MK11, this attack is called Hell Port and has Scorpion leave an afterimage of himself behind, teleporting and stabbing the opponent with his kunai instead of punching or kicking them. Additionally in MK11, the attack can miss ducking opponents. (MK, MKII, UMK3, MKT, MK4, MKG, MK:D, MK:U, MK:SM, MK:A, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, MKX, MK11)
    • Both in MK 2011 and MKX, the enhanced version is called Flameport, and adds a flaming uppercut after he hits the opponent.
    • In MKX, the uppercut allows Scorpion to juggle the enemy if it hits. As with his normal Teleport in this game, he will uppercut the enemy with a second kick if it's performed on the ground or a second punch if it's performed in the air.
    • In MK11, amplifying the attack has Scorpion uppercut the opponent with a katana swing, dealing increased damage and launching the opponent in the air for a juggle. Amplifying the attack can strike ducking opponents. Despite the attack making Scorpion vulnerable when blocked by the opponent, the opponent can still Flawless Block the uppercut.
      • Equipping Hell Port Cancel allows Scorpion to cancel the attack before it lands. Scorpion can also teleport either behind the opponent or away from the opponent by teleporting backwards depending on a directional input. Cancelling the attack requires and spends a bar of Defensive Meter. (MK11 - Equip Ability)
  • Leg Takedown: Scorpion trips his opponent with a leg scissor takedown. In MKvsDCU, it is called Hellish Slide and Scorpion trips the opponent simply using the slide motion. In MK (2011) and MKX this move is called Takedown. (MKII, MK:SM, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, MKX)
    • Both in MK 2011 and MKX, the enhanced version is called Takeout. It deals increased damage, grabs the opponent's legs faster and from a greater distance. In MKX, it also has armor.
  • Air Throw: Scorpion throws his opponent to the ground while in the air. In MK11, this attack is called Demon Slam and has Scorpion grab the opponent in the air with his hand wreathed in Hellfire, spinning the opponent in the air before slamming them down in the same direction and stabbing them in the upper back area with his sword. Also in MK11, this attack cannot be performed when utilizing a Hop. (MKII, UMK3, MKT, MK4, MKG, MK:SM, MK 2011, MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • In MK11, amplifying Demon Slam will have Scorpion summon Hellfire to burn the opponent's face before stabbing them, dealing increased damage.
    • In MK11, if the attack connects on its own rather than in a combo, the attack turns into a Krushing Blow, where when Scorpion stabs the downed opponent, the blade is dug significantly deeper, causing blood to splatter, dealing increased damage and causing the opponent to lose 10% of their health through damage-over-time. The attack can still be amplified when triggering the Krushing Blow, further increasing the attack's damage, however the damage of the damage-over-time effect remains the same.
  • Forward Hellfire Punch: A version of the Hellfire Punch where Scorpion quickly dashes in front of the opponent, delivering a punch. (MKT)
  • Fire Breath: Removing his mask to show his flaming skull, Scorpion spews fire on his opponent. In MK11, it is called Demon Breath and has Scorpion's head turn into a flaming skull instead of taking off his mask. Scorpion recovers slightly faster than the opponent if this attack successfully hits. If Scorpion is hit right as he torches the opponent, there is a chance the opponent will be affected by hitstun, allowing Scorpion to attack the opponent as if they were stunned by the attack. In MK1, Kameo Scorpion appears on the fightline with his mask already removed and spits out two fireballs before disappearing in a plume of flames. Scorpion can appear at different ranges regarding his position on the screen, called Mid/Far Fire Breath, respectively. (MK4, MKG, MK:SM, MK11 - Equip Ability, MK1)
    • In MK11, the amplified version has Scorpion advance towards the opponent and spew more flames on them, dealing increased damage. Scorpion recovers much faster than the opponent if this attack successfully hits compared to the original. When blocked by the opponent, the attack creates considerable pushback, however the attack does not make Scorpion safe when blocked by the opponent when amplified.
  • Hellfire: Scorpion summons Hellfire to burn his opponent from underneath. In MK 2011, this attack is called Demon Fire. In MKX, it is called Hell Fire. (MK:DA, MK:TE, MK:D, MK:U, MK:SM, MK:A, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, MKX - Hellfire Variation)
    • In MK 2011, the enhanced version is called Hell Fire and in MKX, it is called Hell-Ferno. In both games it has a wider area and does more damage. In MKX, the attack can strike downed opponents when enhanced.
  • Flaming Backflip Kick: Scorpion performs a backflip kick followed by a trail of fire. In MK (2011) this attack returned as part of one of his combos. In MKX, it is used as his Breaker. (MK:DA, MK:TE, MK:D, MK:U, MK:A, MK:SM, MK 2011, MKX)
  • Inner Flames: Scorpion creates flames of Hellfire all around his body that damages anyone who comes into direct contact with him, even during a special move. (MKvsDCU)
  • Flame Aura: Scorpion lights himself on fire, gaining a temporary damaging aura of flames, damaging the opponent should they be near Scorpion. At close range, the initial flare will light the opponent on fire as well, briefly stunning them. If Scorpion takes damage or connects his X-Ray, the effect ends immediately. (MKX - Hellfire Variation)
    • The enhanced version is called Burner and has an increased duration while dealing increased damage and increasing the damage the opponent suffers when close to Scorpion. Like with the original attack, if Scorpion takes damage or connects his X-Ray, the effect ends immediately.
  • Fire Ball: Scorpion throws a ball of hellfire at the opponent. This can be delayed or run-cancelled. In MK11, this attack is called Hell Flame and has Scorpion throw the ball at his opponent's feet rather than vertically at them. Despite this, the attack is not considered a Low attack. Additionally, the attack is not considered a projectile. Scorpion can throw the ball of Hellfire at different ranges, called Close/Far Hell Flame, respectively. (MKX - Hellfire Variation, MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • The enhanced version is called Hell Ball and deals increased damage. Additionally, it will destroy incoming projectiles, should they make contact with the Hellfire ball.
    • In MK11, amplifying the attack causes.
      • Equipping the Blinding Inferno Jinsei Augment modifies Hell Flame, causing it to explode on contact, similar to its amplified version. Additionally, the radius of Hall Flame's explosions are increased by 50%. (MK11 - Jinsei Augment Bonus)
  • Minion Grab: Scorpion summons his minion to erupt from the floor right below the opponent, grabbing their legs, setting them up for a free hit. (MKX - Inferno Variation)
    • The enhanced version, called Minion Hold, activates slightly faster and can also allow the Minion to grab opponents during a combo that usually are not grabbed with Minion Grab.
  • Minion Charge: Scorpion commands his minion to spawn behind the opponent and strike their back. (MKX - Inferno Variation)
    • The enhanced version is called Minion Slam and has increased damage.
  • Minion Drop: Scorpion commands his minion to appear in front and above his opponent to hit them with an overhead kick. (MKX - Inferno Variation)
    • The enhanced version is called Minion Strike and has increased damage and makes the minion knock the opponent to the ground.
  • Demon Dash: Scorpion incinerates the flesh and clothing off of his body, turning into a fiery skeleton as he dashes through his opponent, grabbing them by the neck then punishing them with a burst of Hellfire. (MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • Amplifying the attack allows Scorpion to summon a pillar of flames beneath the opponent and burn them even more, dealing increased damage.
  • Death Spin: Scorpion spins his spear around his body four times causing a multi-hitting attack with the final strike knocking the opponent away. (MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • Amplifying the attack has Scorpion add two more spins to the attack for increased damage. The opponent is still knocked away with the final strike.
  • Burning Spear: Scorpion ignites his spear, increasing the damage on all spear attacks by 30% for some time. The attacks during Scorpion's Fatal Blow involving his spear are not affected by this damage bonus. Connecting or being struck by a Krushing Blow or Fatal Blow ends this effect prematurely. (MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • Amplifying the attack has Scorpion create a quick burst of Hellfire around himself when igniting his spear, damaging anyone near him. The Hellfire Scorpion summons can also re-stand opponents. The damage bonus to spear attacks remains the same.
  • Misery Blade: Scorpion enters a stance, slowly unsheathes his katana and gains a series of new attacks that come from his swords. If Scorpion does not use an attack, he will simply put his katana away; (MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • Cancel: Scorpion quickly puts his katana away and returns to his main fighting stance. Doing this requires and spends a bar of Defensive Meter.
    • Hate Strike: Scorpion raises his sword and stabs the opponent overhead, knocking them down face first.
    • Tsuka Poke: Scorpion quickly pokes his opponent with the butt of his katana.
    • Hamon Sweep: Scorpion slashes his opponent's legs, knocking them off their feet.
      • The attack can be amplified in two ways based on a button input, where Scorpion will perform either a Hate Strike or Hamon Sweep, however doing this creates an afterimage of Scorpion, creating the illusion he is performing both of the attacks in a manner to confuse his opponent. Amplifying the attack in either of these ways deals no extra damage.

X-Rays/Fatal Blow

  • X-Ray - Scorpion Sting: Scorpion teleports underneath some flames and re-appears behind his opponent, punching them in the groin before punching them again in the side of the face, breaking their skull and knocking them down. He walks over and tramples on their chest, cracking and breaking their ribs. (MK 2011)
  • X-Ray - From Hell: Scorpion flies through the opponent and grabs them. Firstly, he delivers a knee to the jaw, thus breaking it and sending them into the air. Next, he fires one spear into the opponent's abdomen and the second one his opponent's skull, puncturing it. Lastly, he violently pulls back, sending his foe headfirst onto the ground, partially cracking their skull and breaking their neck. (MKX)
    • Scorpion is given the option to teleport behind his opponent if a direction input is used. Doing this version of the attack allows Scorpion to be much safer on block when the attack is blocked by the opponent.
  • Fatal Blow - Get Over Here: Scorpion slices his opponent with his sword and plunges his spears into their eyes. He then kicks them away, only to pull them back and bury the spears deeper into their head with a kick. Finally he slams the opponent's head into the ground, pushing the spear tips through the back of their skull. This attack was first seen in the Mortal Kombat 11 announcement trailer being performed on Raiden. (MK11)
  • Kameo Fatal Blow: Scorpion leaps out of a portal, slashing the opponent across the chest with his katana, then in mid-air he sends his kunai out, spearing the opponent's intestines, and pulls off his mask, revealing the skull and spewing fire at them before disappearing in another portal. (MK1)

Other Moves

  • Knee Launch: Scorpion grabs his opponent, punches them in the gut twice, and hits them with a big knee to the face knocking them away. In Armageddon, he grabs his opponent, hits them with a big knee to the head popping them up in the air, he then draws his spear and shouts: "GET OVER HERE!", pulling them back down and ending with a kick to the face to knock them down. (MK:D, MK:U, MK:A)
  • Free-Fall Super Move: Scorpion stabs his spear into his opponent's chest, swings them behind him, and throws them to the ground. (MKvsDCU)
  • Throw: Scorpion stabs his spear into his opponent's throat and then either kicks them away (Forward Throw) or tosses them back. (MK 2011)
  • Throw: Scorpion slashes his opponent's throat and abdomen with his kunai before knocking them away with a flaming uppercut. (MKX)
  • Swords: While in the Ninjutsu Variation, Scorpion gains unique combos utilizing his swords. Additionally, some of his basic attacks and combos will be altered from their original to incorporate his swords, including gaining a new Sweep attack. (MKX - Ninjutsu Variation)
  • Throw (Forward): Scorpion turns his opponent around, then takes his kunai to stab them in the shoulder, then in the abdomen and finishing with a sideward slash which causes the opponent to collapse. (MK11)
    • If this is used on an opponent who had failed a Throw Escape during the previous Throw, the attack turns into a Krushing Blow, where when Scorpion stabs the opponent in the abdomen, the kunai plunges deep, dealing increased damage and massive damage-over-time. If this is successful, Scorpion cannot perform the Krushing Blow version of his Throw (Backward).
      • This Krushing Blow damage can be increased slightly if Burning Spear is active. The damage-over-time effect is unaffected by this bonus.
  • Throw (Backward): Scorpion grabs the opponent and faces the screen, then kicks them in the knee, breaking it, then teleporting away while leaving behind an afterimage to restrain the opponent before coming back to kick the still standing opponent to the other side. (MK11)
    • If this is used on an opponent who had failed a Throw Escape during the previous Throw, the attack turns into a Krushing Blow, where when Scorpion kicks the opponent after teleporting, it shatters their spine and breaks several ribs, dealing over double the original damage. If this is successful, Scorpion cannot perform the Krushing Blow version of his Throw (Forward).
  • Flip Kick: Scorpion performs a front flip and brings his flame-wreathed leg down in an overhead kick. This attack has armor breaking properties, ignoring the armor granted by specific abilities and Fatal Blows. When breaking armor, the opponent bounces off the ground for a juggle. When breaking the armor of a Breakaway, the attack deals increased damage, however this increase is extremely small. If this attack is Flawless Blocked by the opponent, Scorpion becomes completely vulnerable. (MK11)
  • Dark Soul: Scorpion throws two punches and follows up with a superman punch with his hand wreathed in Hellfire. Scorpion is completely vulnerable when performing the superman punch, however Scorpion is very safe if the punch is blocked by the opponent. Additionally, the superman punch is capable of being Flawless Blocked by the opponent, leaving Scorpion vulnerable to Flawless Block Attacks. (MK11)
    • If this combo string is performed in a combo of 8 or more hits or the combo string brings the combo to 8 hits, the combo string turns into a Krushing Blow, where Scorpion shatters the opponent's ribcage with the flaming fist and damages their internal organs, dealing increased damage and damage-over-time. Unlike other Krushing Blow-based damage-over-time effects, this damage-over-time damage decreases based on how many hits the proceeding combo had that triggered it, where the less hits causing moderate damage, while large hit combos causing little to no damage towards the damage.
  • Falling Ashes: Scorpion performs a roundhouse kick and follows up with a spin kick with his leg wreathed in flames. The second kick of this combo is capable of being Flawless Blocked by the opponent, leaving Scorpion vulnerable to Flawless Block Attacks. (MK11)
    • If this combo is performed on the opponent as a Kounter or Punish, the combo turns into a Krushing Blow, where when Scorpion delivers the kick, it shatters the opponent's ribcage and damages their internal organs, dealing increased damage. Scorpion is offered the use of a special attack if this is successful.
  • Death Spear Kombo: Scorpion can perform two new kombos involving his spear. This ability requires Death Spin to be equipped. (MK11 - Equip Ability)
    • Wrath: Scorpion throws two punches, and backstabs the opponent with his spear while they double over. He kicks them away then yanks the opponent towards him by stepping on the spear's chain to slam the opponent down.
    • Hack And Slash: Scorpion kicks the opponent, then whips the opponent overhead with his spear before kicking it towards their ankles, knocking them off their feet. The second overhead whip with the Spear is capable of being Flawless Blocked by the opponent, leaving Scorpion vulnerable to Flawless Block Attacks.
  • (Air) Sin Blade: Scorpion gains an additional Jump Attack utilizing his katana that bounces the opponent off the ground for a juggle if successful. If this attack is blocked by the opponent, it creates massive pushback. Additionally, Scorpion is very safe if this attack is blocked by the opponent, however, if the attack is Flawless Blocked by the opponent, the pushback effect is ignored and Scorpion becomes completely vulnerable to the opponent. This attack does not replace Scorpion's original Jump Attacks. (MK11 - Equip Ability)
  • Dynamic Entrance (Kameo Forward Throw): Kameo Scorpion runs in and performs a jump kick with his leg wreathed in flames, knocking the opponent back. (MK1)
  • Get Over Here!: Kameo Scorpion uses his spear to pull his partner back towards himself before disappearing in a plume of flames. (MK1)
  • Hell Blades: Kameo Scorpion slams his flame-covered swords down, setting the opponent ablaze and making them fall down, leaving them open for attacks. (MK1)


  • Toasty!: Scorpion's signature Fatality. Scorpion takes off his mask, revealing a skull face (in MK:SM, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, and MKX, there is fire around the skull, while in MK1, fire burns within the skull), and breathes a long stream of fire at his opponent, burning them alive (usually resulting in Dan Forden saying "Toasty!"; in Mortal Kombat 4 Forden will say "Toasty! 3D!" owing to it being transferred to a new graphic dimension). For an unknown reason in Shaolin Monks, it was renamed to Flame, although Forden still says "Toasty!" afterwards at random. The fate of the opponent's body has varied in each game that features this Fatality. In MK, the opponent was merely reduced to a skeleton instantly which then fell to its knees. In MKII, MK:SM and MK1, the opponent would flail their arms in agony for a few moments before exploding. In UMK3, the opponent's skeleton would burn for a few moments before crumbling into a pile of charred bone. In MK4 however, the opponent's skin would merely burn without removal of flesh as they run around aimlessly before falling to their knees. In MK 2011, the opponent screams in agony as their flesh slowly burns off. In MKX, the opponent screams in agony as in MK 2011 while being reduced to a skeleton as in MK, before falling onto their side. (MK, MKII, UMK3, MKT, MK4, MKG, MK:SM, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, MKX, MK1)
    • In MK 2011, this Fatality may be utilized via a DLC code or by purchasing the Komplete Edition of the game.
    • In MKX, this Fatality is available with the free download Klassic Fatality Pack 1.
    • In MK1, this Fatality appears as Scorpion's Kameo Fatality.
  • Spear Slice: Scorpion takes out his signature kunai, slits his opponent's throat, then slices the opponent straight through the hip, their torso falling to the ground. In MK:SM, this was changed to a backhand followed by Scorpion stabbing the opponent with the kunai, then ripping the opponent's body across the blade embedded in their stomach. Scorpion rips the torso off, then raises it in victory in this version. (MKII, MK:SM)
  • Annihilation: Scorpion goes into his victory pose as the ground begins to shake violently. Moments later, he and his opponent are automatically transported to Scorpion's Lair where numerous of his dead Shirai Ryu clan members rise from the ground to utterly destroy the opponent. The Fatality is presumed to be brutal enough to fade to black as the opponent is beaten before a splat and an intense scream is heard. In the console ports of UMK3, instead of an army of Scorpion clones coming to maul the opponent, the opponent is immolated by no visible means upon arriving the Netherrealm. (UMK3, MKT)
    • Scorpion goes into his victory pose as the ground begins to shake violently. Moments later, he and his opponent are automatically transported to Scorpion's Lair and automatically has the opponent burning alive. (UMK3) (Sega Genesis version only)
  • Hand from Hell: Scorpion raises his hand to summon a giant, fiery, skeletal hand that grabs the opponent and drags them to Hell, immolating them in the process. (MKT)
  • Scorpion Sting: Scorpion morphs into a giant scorpion, stabs the victim with the stinger, and rips their torso with his tail. This was most likely added due to fan complaints that Scorpion received a penguin morph for his Animality instead of his namesake creature, which Sheeva, for some reason, already had. (MK4, MKG)
  • Spear Shot: Scorpion tosses his spear at the opponent's head. As the kunai is lodged in it, Scorpion begins to slightly pull on the rope a few times, then pulls one last violent tug, causing their head to break off. In the Game Boy Advance version, the kunai is lodged into opponent's upper torso and the move ends with an organ being ripped out. (MK:DA, MK:TE)
  • Spine Rip: Borrowed wholesale from his rival Bi-Han, the original Sub-Zero, and with an ironic twist, Scorpion plunges his hand into the victim's neck and promptly rips the head off with the spine still attached. (MK:D, MK:U)
    • This Fatality is used by Scorpion to kill Sub-Zero off-screen in Raiden's vision in Mortal Kombat (2011)'s Story Mode. It cannot be used during gameplay, however.
  • Hellish Dismemberment: Scorpion fires his Spear to rip off the opponent's arm. He fires it off once more to rip off a leg. As the victim pleads for mercy saying, "No. No! NO!!" Scorpion slowly walks over to the opponent, holds their head and promptly snaps their neck, swiftly ending their life. (MK:D, MK:U)
  • Boss Fatality: Scorpion shoots a spear into the victim which pushes and makes them fall into lava. After this he pulls the spear back and tosses it with the victim until it hits one of the columns with bloody skeletons. The skeletons then rip the victim apart. Both Scorpion and Inferno Scorpion do this as a Boss Fatality. (MK:SM)
  • Lava Pool: Scorpion manifests a pool of lava below him and descends into it whilst a second drags the opponent in as the victim is burned by the hellfire. Moments later, the body is thrown back out of the pit, now reduced to a skeleton. (MKvsDCU)
  • Split Decision: Scorpion unsheathes his sword and slashes his opponent through the waist. He then cuts his opponent's neck and delivers a powerful side-kick into their torso. As the head comes falling down, he slices it vertically in half. (MK 2011)
  • Nether Gates: Scorpion takes out his spear and stabs his opponent in the chest, then wraps it around the opponent's neck. He then opens up a portal leading to the Netherrealm behind them, and kicks them in it. Afterwards, a portal opens up above him. His opponent falls out of it, their skin is melted off as they are now suspended in midair by Scorpion's spear in a position resemblant to hanging. (MK 2011)
  • Stop Ahead: Scorpion emits a ball of flames from his hand and fires it through his opponent's chest. Afterwards, the victim's still-beating heart starts dangling from the gaping hole, and the opponent falls to their knees. Scorpion summons his sword and slices off his victim's face, exposing the cut brain and tongue as the face slides off. The opponent then falls down, making their brain slide out. If this Fatality is performed on masked characters (with the exception of Erron Black, Torr, Jason Voorhees, Predator, Tremor, and Leatherface), their mask breaks off, revealing their face before the face slides off. (MKX)
  • Who's Next!: Scorpion summons a pillar behind him and throws his spear into his opponent's head. He then pulls out his victim's head, throws it against the pillar and impales it there with his sword. This Fatality was first seen in the Mortal Kombat X announcement trailer, where Scorpion uses a tree instead of a pillar to impale Sub-Zero's severed head on. (MKX)
  • You're Next: Scorpion covers his entire body with Hellfire and lunges towards his opponent, barreling through their midsection in a spray of gore, leaving only their spine intact. As the opponent looks at their wounds and exposed spine in shock, Scorpion unsheathes his sword and decapitates the opponent, then kicks their head into the air and fires his spear toward it, piercing through the forcibly opened mouth. This Fatality was first seen in the Mortal Kombat 11 announcement trailer being performed on Raiden. (MK11)
  • Chain Reaction: Scorpion throws his spear into the opponent's chest and starts overheating it. He flips over the opponent's head and dives into the ground, vertically wrapping the blazing chain around the opponent. As he emerges back from the ground in front of his victim, Scorpion snaps the cooked chain like a whip, vertically bisecting the victim's body. (MK11)


Mortal Kombat X

  • Get Over Here: Scorpion performs a Double Spear and enhances the attack again, only this time, when the Hellfire makes contact with the opponent, their entire torso explodes, reduced to a charred skeleton. (MKX)
  • Shirai Ryu Fire: Scorpion performs an Air Flameport, decapitating the opponent with the flaming uppercut. (MKX)
    • Can not be performed on a juggled or airborne opponent.
  • Just a Scratch: Scorpion performs a Doom Blade that slices off the opponent's arms, causing them to bleed to death. (MKX - Ninjutsu Variation)
    • A number of Downfalls must connect during the match.
    • Can not be performed on a juggled or airborne opponent.
  • Nether Hole: While Flame Aura or Burner are active, Scorpion performs either a Fire Ball or Hell Ball, with the ball of Hellfire burning a giant hole in the opponent's torso. (MKX - Hellfire Variation)
    • Must be a certain distance from the opponent.
    • Can not be performed on a juggled or airborne opponent.
  • Little Devil: Scorpion performs either a Minion Grab or Minion Hold, only this time, the Minion disintegrates and in doing so, destroys the opponent entire body in the process leaving only their head. (MKX - Inferno Variation)
    • All Minion attacks must connect during the match.
  • Trial by Fire: Scorpion performs his Throw, only this time, he slices their throat and abdomen open before delivering a fiery uppercut that cause their head to explode. (MKXL - Secret)

Mortal Kombat 11

  • The Klassic: Scorpion performs an uppercut, decapitating the opponent with a rising uppercut with their spine still attached. This Brutality is shared with every character. (MK11)
    • Must not block an attack for the entirety of the final round.
    • A button must be held.
  • Spine Ripper: Scorpion performs his Throw (Backward), only this time, he breaks the opponent's leg with the initial kick but then pulls up on their shoulder, breaking it as well, then grabs their upper body and pulls with so much force that their spine pops out of their back from the force. (MK11)
    • Requires a number of Throws to connect during the match.
    • Will not trigger on Krushing Blow, if it has not been activated during the match.
  • Crispy: Scorpion performs a Demon Breath that reduces the opponent to a charred skeleton that eventually collapses into a pile in front of Scorpion. His head remains a flaming skull as he performs his Brutality Victory Pose, similar to his Toasty! Fatality. (MK11)
    • A button must be held.
    • Cannot be performed on a juggled or airborne opponent.
  • Stinger: Scorpion performs a Demon Slam and, after stabbing the opponent, he slashes the back of their neck then decapitates the downed opponent with his katana. (MK11)
    • A button must be held.
    • Will not trigger on Krushing Blow, if it has not been activated during the match.
  • Clean Cut: Scorpion performs a Rising Cut where the second slice bisects the opponent from the head down. (MK11)
    • Requires Scorpion to be at a certain health level.
    • A button must be held.
    • Cannot be performed on a juggled or airborne opponent.
  • Beheaded: While Burning Spear is active, Scorpion performs an amplified Spear where the elbow strike to the face decapitates the opponent with their spine still attached. (MK11)
    • Will not trigger on Krushing Blow, if it has not been activated during the match.
  • Soul Burn: Scorpion performs a Demon Dash, incinerating the flesh off the opponent's body leaving them a charred corpse. (MK11)
    • Mercy must be performed beforehand.
    • Requires the maximum range of the attack to be performed.
  • Demon's Blood: Scorpion performs his Wrath combo, only this time, he wraps the chain of his spear around the opponent's neck and one of their arms, then pulls on it, decapitating the opponent and severing their arm in the process. (MK11)
    • A button must be held.
  • Save Me A Slice: Scorpion performs an amplified Hell Port, only this time his katana strike cuts the opponent diagonally in half from the shoulder to the waist. (MK11)
    • Requires Scorpion to be at a certain health level.
    • A button must be held.
    • Cannot be performed on a juggled or airborne opponent.
  • Heartless: Scorpion performs a Spear, pulling out the opponent's heart in the process. (MK11)
    • A number of Spears must be performed.
  • Gutted: Scorpion performs his Throw (Forward), cutting a vertical hole through the opponent's chest and stomach. (MK11)
    • A button must be pressed repeatedly.
    • Will not trigger on Krushing Blow, if it has not been activated during the match.
  • Alternate Crispy Brutality: Scorpion performs his Crispy Brutality, only this time, Dan Forden's Toasty! will be heard at the end. (MK11 - Secret)
    • Has the same requirements as Crispy.
    • A button must be held.
  • Alternate Heartless Brutality: Scorpion performs his Heartless Brutality, only this time he pulls off the opponent's head instead of pulling out their heart. (MK11 - Secret)
    • Has the same requirements as Heartless.
    • A button must be held.

Mortal Kombat 1

  • Well Done: Kameo Scorpion performs his Kameo Throw and sets the opponent ablaze, making their flesh burn off to a skeleton. (MK1)
    • A button must be held.
  • Slice Above: Kameo Scorpion performs Hell Blades and chops the opponent's arms off before taking off his mask and burning his opponent's head to a skull. (MK1)
    • A button must be held.

Other Finishers

  • Friendship #1 - Scorpion Doll Sale: Scorpion whips out a Scorpion doll and text appears on the screen saying "Buy a Scorpion Doll." (MKII)
  • Friendship #2 - Skull-in-the-Box: Scorpion winds up a box which makes a giant skull pop out of it scaring off his opponent. (UMK3, MKT)
  • Friendship #3 - Teddy-Ality: Scorpion brings out his kunai and pulls a giant teddy bear for him to hug. (MK11)
  • Animality - Atomic Egg: Scorpion turns into a penguin and lays an egg under the opponent, which explodes and takes the opponent with it. (UMK3, MKT)
  • Hara-Kiri - Neck Snap: Scorpion kneels on the ground, turns his head one direction, and twists his neck in the other direction, snapping it. (MK:D, MK:U)
  • Multality - Raise Hell: Scorpion raises his arms up to summon the fires of Hell as his opponents are burned in agony, who then explode shortly after. (MK:SM)
  • Brutality - Searing Blade: Scorpion envelopes himself in flames, and slices & dices nearby opponents and then cuts off their heads. (MK:SM)
  • Babality: Scorpion shouts (in a high pitched voice) "GET OVER HERE!" and uses the Spear, which causes him to fly with it before landing. He then cries and throws a tantrum. (MK 2011)

Appearances in Other Media

Mortal Kombat (1995 film)

Scorpion appears in the 1995 film Mortal Kombat, portrayed by Chris Casamassa with Ed Boon providing the voice. His relationship with Sub-Zero (Bi-Han) is all but ignored; Shang Tsung only remarks that they are the "deadliest of enemies, but slaves under my power."

Together with Sub-Zero, Scorpion was one of Shang Tsung's guardians who confronted Liu Kang, Johnny Cage, and Sonya Blade on Shang Tsung's boat. When the two prepared to fight the trio, they were incapacitated by Lord Raiden.

During the tournament, Scorpion fought Johnny Cage in a forest before teleporting both Cage and himself to his lair in the Netherrealm. Initially, Scorpion had the upper hand, but he was ultimately defeated after Cage found several weapons scattered among the skeletal corpses in the lair and used them to his advantage to win the duel.

Scorpion's signature spear move in the movie was changed to a living metal snake-like entity that shot from a slit in his palm, and could fly to a limited extent. Although he is not explicitly labeled as undead, he does tear off his mask to reveal nothing but a skull, and subsequently attempts to burn Cage to death by using his "Toasty!" Fatality, though Cage manages to had it blocked by a shield and destroyed Scorpion with both the shield and a spear.

In Mortal Kombat: The Journey Begins, the unofficial tie-in and prequel to the 1995 film, Scorpion was again depicted as a guardian of Shang Tsung opposite the elder Sub-Zero. On the sorcerer's orders, the duo fought Liu Kang, Johnny Cage, and Sonya Blade, and were almost successful in finishing them, until Raiden intervened and put the fight to a halt. The history between Scorpion and Sub-Zero was explored during the course of the film.

Scorpion appears briefly in Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, the sequel to the 1995 film, played by J.J. Perry and again voiced by Ed Boon, as a servant of Shao Kahn. He dueled the younger Sub-Zero and incapacitated him before kidnapping Kitana on Kahn's orders. His rope-spear move was further modified into two smaller living metal entities that shot from his hand.

Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm

Scorpion, voiced by Ron Perlman, appears in "Sting of the Scorpion", the second episode of Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm, in which he led an invasion of undead warriors against Earthrealm. He defeated the younger Sub-Zero in combat, but was ultimately taken down by Liu Kang.

Mortal Kombat: Conquest

Scorpion appeared in several episodes of Mortal Kombat: Conquest, again played by Chris Casamassa, with an origin unrelated to the games. The seductive Vorpax guided Shang Tsung to a hidden recess in Outworld's cobalt mines which held a mystical emperor scorpion called the Scorpio. Shang Tsung unleashed the warrior soul trapped within it, which possessed Takeda, a guard for the Reyland family. Kung Lao was forced to fight the warrior and sent him to Hell (Netherrealm) after Scorpion mortally wounded his love, Jen Reyland, who died shortly afterwards.

Scorpion was later resurrected by Shao Kahn and built an organization of assassins for the Emperor, of whom Siro's brother, Cassar, was briefly a member before Scorpion killed him.

His last known deed was a reluctant partnership with the Lin Kuei to kill Kung Lao. It dissolved with the deaths of Lisa, Sub-Zero's sister, and Peron, Scorpion's partner. The two warriors ferociously battled each other to a draw, before the intervention of Kung Lao, forcing Scorpion to flee.

Scorpion employed the living hand creature from the films rather than a spear.

Mortal Kombat (Malibu Comics)

Scorpion is one of the main characters in the comic book series Mortal Kombat published by Malibu Comics. Despite the game's portrayal of him as a neutral character, the comics portrays Scorpion as an unwillingly evil entity: a specter consumed by revenge against Sub-Zero, decided to kill those close to him as well before killing him personally. He appears to have a slight sign of friendship with Kano. During the first four issues of Blood & Thunder, Scorpion stalked Sub-Zero while reminding him he returned to kill him. Sub-Zero later realized Scorpion's power was fueled by his fears, so he overcome them and freeze-shatter the specter, only to force him to seek more power in the form of the Thao The Zhan. During the Tournament Edition final issue, he has a short fight with Kitana (who stopped him from murdering an unconscious Sub-Zero) which ends with his demise, and despite his past claims that killing him again would mean the end of his existence, that didn't stop him from reappearing shortly after Goro answers the last question of the Tao Te Zhan.

During the Battlewave series, Shao Kahn returns Scorpion to the living world using a mystical gem named the Deathstone, which also allowed him to resurrect an army of undead soldiers under his control. Scorpion would turn into Shao Kahn's general, and his army would replace the mutants that engrossed his ranks. Scorpion played the antagonist role in Baraka's single issue Babality, in which he was ordered to kill a baby mutant under his care. The joined forces of Noob Saibot and Baraka stopped his plans and shattered the stone, though he kept one fragment still useful.

Scorpion played in Shao Kahn's side during the second tournament for the Medallion. He killed Siang after hearing his story (stating "Only the dead are free") and then confronted Sub-Zero at the finish line. Despite Sub-Zero's speech about winning in a fair fight and that revenge would only serve to downgrade him more, Scorpion threw a scorching flame breath when he turned around, killing his rival, though not before he reached the medallion and the victory to Earthrealm's team.

Mortal Kombat (1995 novel)

Scorpion is depicted in Jeff Rovin's non-canon novel Mortal Kombat novel (published in 1995 to coincide with the release of the movie) as being the combination of sorts of a father and a son, contrary to his game origins as "Hanzo Hasashi". The father, named Yong Park, was disemboweled by Sub-Zero before his family. The demigod Yu allowed Yong the opportunity to seek revenge, and Yong's spirit was permitted to merge with his son Tsui Park's body, in order to seek revenge under the form of Scorpion.

Mortal Kombat: Rebirth

The 2010 film pitch Mortal Kombat: Rebirth features Scorpion as a main character, employed by Jackson Briggs and Sonya Blade to assassinate Baraka, Reptile and Shang Tsung in exchange for the opportunity to fight Sub-Zero. In this incarnation, he was portrayed by Ian Anthony Dale. In keeping with the pitch's technique of altering the games' storyline, it is said that Scorpion killed the older Sub-Zero. The pitch ends with him discarding his real name as Hanzo Hasashi and taking up the name 'Scorpion'. His signature spear was seen is the flashback of him killing the elder brother of Sub-Zero.

Mortal Kombat: Legacy

In Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Hanzo Hasashi, again portrayed by Ian Anthony Dale, is a skilled assassin and general of the Shirai Ryu. Unlike most appearances, this series has him speaking his native language of Japanese. His skills with the kunai earned his the nickname "The Scorpion". He is also revealed to have a son named Jubei, and a wife named Kara. Originally, he and Bi Han were very close friends and often sparred together on the outskirts of the two clan's turfs, until one day, the two were discovered by their fathers and forced to never come into contact with one another. Many years later when both Hanzo and Bi-Han succeeded their fathers as general and worked to form a peaceful co-existence between the two clans, one of the steps taking being a neutral pathway accessible to both clans. However, relations between the two clans still prove to be shaky when Jubei wanders too far off and encounters Kuai Liang who appears to threaten and question as to why he approached Lin Kuei grounds when he is confronted by Hanzo. Hanzo convinces him to release his son and threatens to warn his older brother of this turn of events. Sick of being in his brother's shadow as well as being looked down by Hanzo, he and his men attack him, though this results in Kuai Liang's death.

Later on, Hanzo and Bi-Han meet face to face for the first time in years, the two apologizing for everything that has transpired between the two and that no matter what happens, the two would remain close friends. With their friendship, both generals agreed that this would be the final time blood would be spilled between the two and shake hands, attempting to strengthen the bond between the clans.

Sometime after, Jubei dreams of joining the Shirai Ryu and becoming a general just like his father. Hanzo agrees to train Jubei and achieve his dream. Hanzo, his wife and Jubei are all eating dinner when Hanzo's wife mentions the Shogun's arrival. Jubei is to sing for the Shogun, and eventually is asked to practice by Hanzo. While Jubei practices his song, Hanzo's wife discusses Jubei's dreams. Hanzo agrees that Jubei should have a new dream and will not allow Jubei to join the Shirai Ryu.

During dinner, two assassins appear and say that the Shogun has appeared earlier than expected, and Hanzo's presence has been requested by the Grand Master. As Hanzo leaves to get changed, the eyes of the assassins glow blue, signifying their allegiance to the rival Lin Kuei clan. Hanzo leaves to find the Grand Master, only to find his throne in the middle of the road, with the Grand Master frozen to the throne. Behind Hanzo appears Bi-Han (Sub-Zero), who attacks Hanzo and throws him through the throne, shattering the Grand Master. Bi-Han reveals that without Hanzo’s presence at his home village, it is unprotected. Assassins break into Hanzo's home and capture his wife as Jubei hides. He witnesses two assassins kill his mother. He then turns to see his father's spare kunai as an assassin approaches him.

Meanwhile, Hanzo and Bi-Han engage in brutal hand-to-hand combat, in which Bi-Han dominates. He knocks Hanzo down and attempts to impale him by creating ice spikes from the ground below. Hanzo evades them, just as Bi-Han creates an ice ball that he fires at Hanzo. Hanzo dodges the attack and catches Bi-Han off-guard with his kunai before pulling Bi-Han towards himself and knocking him out. Removing his mask, Hanzo hears Jubei's cries for help from his father as he is pulled into the darkness. Hanzo immediately runs towards his village, as Bi-Han regains consciousness.

Soon, Hanzo arrives at the outskirts of the village and finds the corpse of half a dozen dead villagers. He runs to his home, only to arrive too late: his wife and son have been killed. Dropping to his knees in emotional agony and despair, Hanzo is caught off-guard as Bi-Han impales him. As he slowly freezes Hanzo, Bi-Han mocks Hanzo’s clan as being inferior, and his family to rot in the afterlife alongside him. Hanzo is completely submerged in ice and is killed.

Shang Tsung approaches Bi-Han, clarifying that the village has been cleared. Suddenly, Bi-Han morphs back to the sorcerer Quan Chi, revealing that the attack on the village in part of the Lin Kuei clan was a ruse. Shang Tsung questions Quan Chi as to how easily Hanzo could be persuaded to fight on their side. Quan Chi notes that Hanzo's honor demands vengeance, and his thirst for revenge should cloud any suspicion. Quan Chi then resurrects Hanzo to fight for the Netherrealm in the Mortal Kombat tournament, and in return, Quan Chi will help him find Sub-Zero and have his revenge. Hanzo emerges from the ice as his eyes turn white and he takes on the name: Scorpion.

Scorpion later arrives at the Mortal Kombat tournament as requested and waits for Sub-Zero to arrive. He finally encounters his perceived traitor with the intent of killing him. Too consumed by his revenge, he engages him in combat, refusing to listen to Sub-Zero's claims of deception. The battle ends with Scorpion killing him by using, ironically, Sub-Zero's Spine Rip fatality, and raising Bi-Han head high above his own in victory.

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge

Scorpion, voiced by Patrick Seitz, appears as the protagonist of the 2020 animated film Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge. Like most of his counterparts in other media, Scorpion was originally Hanzo Hasashi, who was killed by Quan Chi in disguise of Sub Zero, after the sorcerer mascaraing the Shirai Ryu clan, including Hanzo's wife Harumi and their son, Satoshi.

After his death, Hazon became the wraith Scorpion and entered the Mortal Kombat Tournament in seek of revenge. After Sub-Zero was killed, Quan Chi revealed to Scorpion it was him who killed Hanzo's family. In the ensuing fight, Scorpion finally killed Quan Chi, avenging the deaths of Satoshi, Harumi and the Shirai Ryu.

Mortal Kombat (2021 film)

Main: Hanzo Hasashi/Film

Scorpion appears in the 2021 film Mortal Kombat and is portrayed by actor Hiroyuki Sanada.


Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero

  • "Don't bother worrying about escape." (to the elder Sub-Zero when meeting him in the Netherrealm)
  • "I am a dead man, but somehow you retained your mortality, which means you are vulnerable to death. I am Scorpion! You killed me in cold blood!" (to the elder Sub-Zero after he became a wraith)
  • "You could have let me live." (to the elder Sub-Zero)
  • "But my clan and family would still be alive!" (to the elder Sub-Zero)
  • "It wasn't enough to kill me! You had to destroy every last remnant of my being, including my wife and child!" (to the elder Sub-Zero)
  • "Words will not save you, Lin Kuei warrior!" (to the elder Sub-Zero)

Mortal Kombat 4/Gold

  • "You cannot kill a dead man! You have defeated my physical form when my soul is eternal! You will pay for the massacre of my clan and family! (to Sub-Zero when he is defeated by him)
  • "By defeating you, Sub-Zero, I have avenged the death of my family and clan. Now my soul can finally rest." (to Sub-Zero, after beating him)
  • If you are not the murderer... then who is? (learning that Sub-Zero did not kill his family and clan)
  • "Never!!!" (to Quan Chi after he says he must send Scorpion to the Netherrealm)

Mortal Kombat: Deception/Unchained

  • "My clan will see you dead!" (when the player strikes him, during Konquest Mode)
  • "Unless you have knowledge of the sorcerer Quan Chi's whereabouts, do not waste my time, stranger." (to Shujinko when meeting him in the Netherrealm)
  • "It would seem that you have already regained some of the Netherrealm's dark taint. What price do you ask?" (to Shujinko when he offers his aid to find Quan Chi)
  • "Teaching you the dark rage that has consumed me since my death will only serve to delay my vengeance upon Quan Chi. I refuse your offer!" (to Shujinko)
  • "Your argument has merit. Very well. I will teach you my kombat skills. I warn you, however: The rage of Scorpion burns deeply." (accepting Shujinko's aid)
  • "Quan Chi killed my family and clan and then deceived me into believing Sub-Zero was their murderer. I have been corrupted by Quan Chi's wickedness. Now it is his turn to suffer." (to Shujinko after teaching Shujinko his skills)
  • "And one that will be lifted once I have destroyed the evil sorcerer. Go now and search for Quan Chi." (to Shujinko about his burden)
  • "I sent him." (when Shujinko finds Quan Chi)
  • "You thought you could elude me here? In the lower reaches of the Netherrealm, my strength increases while yours fades. I will make you suffer for killing my family and clan!" (when he faces Quan Chi)
  • "There is no where you can run, sorcerer. I will have my revenge! I will torment you forever, sorcerer!" (to Quan Chi when he attempts to escape)
  • "Come here!" (when beating Quan Chi in the Netherrealm)
  • "What is ending is your meddling in the affairs of the Elder Gods, mortal!" (to Shujinko in the Nexus)
  • "Yes... and I remember you as well. We met in the Netherrealm. I taught you my fighting skills. Now I will give you your final lesson. FIGHT!" (when he faces Shujinko)

Mortal Kombat: Armageddon

  • "And they will all die here!" (to Taven about the upcoming Battle of Armageddon)
  • "I am Scorpion. I seek revenge!" (to Taven)
  • "Against the Elder Gods. They betrayed me. As reward for doing their bidding, they promised to resurrect my clan. They are no longer dead -- they are the undead! For this treachery I will eliminate the Elder Gods' only means of saving the realms from Armageddon. I will destroy both your brother and you." (explaining his vendetta to Taven)
  • "I will not let you pass! Prepare to face me in Hell!" (to Taven before he fights him)

Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe

  • "You allowed Sub-Zero to escape! Now you will suffer my wrath!" (To Liu Kang)
  • "COME HERE!" (Spear quote)
  • "What sorcery is this?"
  • "Sub-Zero! Coward... First you hide behind others, now you hide behind an illusion?!" (To Batman)
  • "There is no escape from Scorpion! Fight!"
  • ”You’ll pay for the murder of my family and clan!” (To Sub-Zero)
  • "The princess. Where is she?" (To The Joker)
  • "You will pay for that... with your life!"
  • "I am Scorpion. I seek the princess." (To Wonder Woman)
  • "You are not the princess I seek."
  • "You cannot harm me! But I will show you the meaning of pain!"
  • "The princess is not here."
  • "She is near..."
  • "The princess. If you know where she is, you will deliver her to me." (To Superman)
  • "Sorcery. Surrender the princess..."
  • "...or die!"
  • "Kitana, you will come with me!" (To Kitana)
  • "Dark Kahn?"
  • "Quan Chi, I have found her!" (To Quan Chi)
  • "We are your death!"
  • "Fight!"
  • "Quan Chi said the Netherrealm would drain him. But even here we cannot defeat him."
  • "Their souls are forfeit!"

Mortal Kombat (2011)

  • "Vengeance will be mine!" (Battle Cry)
  • "GET OVER HERE!" (1st scream when he attacks with his spear)
  • "COME HERE!" (2nd scream when he used the spear)
  • "Where is the Lin Kuei Sub-Zero? He killed my family and clan. I will have his HEAD!" (To Shang Tsung)
  • "You will regret your impulsiveness." (To Kung Lao)
  • "You are not yet a warrior." (After defeating Kung Lao)
  • "I have defeated the challenger, Shang Tsung. I demand Sub-Zero!"
  • "What do you know of my past-?" (To Nightwolf)
  • "You no longer seek retribution? You dishonor your kind. I will honor the memory of my fallen!" (To Nightwolf)
  • "The 'spirits' have forsaken you, shaman." (After defeating Nightwolf)
  • "You waste my time, sorcerer!" (To Shang Tsung)
  • "Sub-Zero deserves death!" (To Raiden)
  • "I will have my revenge!" (To Raiden)
  • "My clan may walk the Earth once more..." (To Cyrax and Sektor)
  • "I will have my revenge, but I will not kill Sub-Zero."
  • "You! The Shirai Ryu are dead. You will suffer as they did." (to the elder Sub-Zero)
  • "No... To hell with YOU!" (To Bi-Han)
  • "This is where I was reborn. This is where YOU will PAY!" (After dragging the Elder Sub-Zero to the Netherrealm)
  • "I have avenged my family and clan." (After defeating the elder Sub-Zero)
  • "I... I will not. He has been beaten." (Refusing to kill the elder Sub-Zero)
  • "What is this?" (When Quan Chi shows him a false vision)
  • "No... NO!" (Seeing the elder Sub-Zero murder his family)
  • "You have already lost!" (To Liu Kang)
  • "What is this? You are not Sub-Zero!" (when confronted by the younger Sub-Zero)
  • "He had no honor! And you will die as he did!" (Speaking to the younger Sub-Zero about his brother)
  • "Save your pity." (To Raiden)
  • "You may address me. I will inform him." (After Raiden asks to speak to Quan Chi)
  • "Do not talk of my family, Raiden!"
  • "You speak only with me!" (Refusing to let Raiden speak to Quan Chi)

Mortal Kombat: Rebirth

  • "You know a great deal about me. So you must know that I surrendered my freedom momentarily."
  • "Now what you don't seem to know, is that I can have my freedom back whenever I choose."
  • "So tell me, Detective Briggs, what can you possibly offer me in exchange for my help?"
  • "That man is dead."
  • "Hanzo Hasashi is dead. My name, is Scorpion."

Mortal Kombat: Legacy

  • "I got you, Bi-Han!" (Training with Bi-Han)
  • "Go home before I knock your head off." (To Kuai Liang)
  • "What are you gonna do about it kid?"
  • "Listen to your brother."
  • "Father?"
  • "Stay close, Jubei."
  • "Kuai Liang."
  • "Leave my child be." (As Kuai Liang holds Jubei)
  • "This road is neutral, as decreed by our lord, the Shogun. It is for use by Lin Kuei and Shirai Ryu alike."
  • "Your own brother's orders Kuai. Bi-Han will not be happy to hear of this transgression. Let us pass and I may forget to mention this."
  • "Do not force my hand, Kuai." (To Kuai Liang who forces Hanzo to fight)
  • "We will see."
  • "But it looks the same." (To Bi-Han)
  • "I offer my condolences, Bi-Han." (About Kuai Liang's death)
  • "With my wife and child as my co-conspirators?"
  • "My clan will continue to honor the Shogun's edict that our clans cease violence."
  • "As do I, my old friend."
  • "And none from mine." (As Bi-Han and Hanzo promise that no retaliations will happen)
  • "Yes. Very good, Jubei. Yet you reveal your feelings. In battle, you must sppress them. You show much improvement." (Training with his son Satoshi)
  • "You are far too young." (As Satoshi asked to train with the kunai)
  • "As your father, my wish is that you have the life you desire. Yet-" (As Satoshi wants to follow his father's footsteps)
  • "Then I will train you. Prove your dedication. And should your heart long for this life in the future, I will try my best to ensure you gain entrance into the clan." (Accepting his son's will)
  • "Nearly. Kumamoto Castle is very busy being prepared with food and flowers." (To Harumi)
  • "Jubei... It is a great privilege for our province to host the Shogun. Now...honor your mother and me with the same gift. As you will soon learn, practice bears nothing but fruit."
  • "One day." (As Harumi and Hanzo talk about Satoshi's future)
  • "One moment." (To Lin Kuei' soldiers)
  • "The Shogun has arrived earlier than expected. I have been summoned to the castle. I should be back by morning." (To Harumi and Satoshi)
  • "Bi-Han?"
  • "You dare kill the Shogun!" (To "Bi-Han", as the Shogun is dead)
  • "My village..." (Realizing his village is unprotected)
  • "My name is... Scorpion." (Resurrected as the spectre Scorpion by Quan Chi)
  • "Where are you, Bi-Han?"
  • "Hanzo is dead by your hand. Do you forget your treachery so soon?" (To Sub-Zero)
  • "Hanzo is no longer. I am Scorpion! Vengeance will be MINE!" (To Sub-Zero)
  • "You gave me your word... murdered me in cold blood..." (To Sub-Zero)
  • "Your people slaughtered my clan! Slaughtered my family!!" (To Sub-Zero, ignoring his pleads to stop and hear the truth)
  • "See you in Hell, Bi-Han." (To Sub-Zero, killing him)

Mortal Kombat X

  • "The end is near." (To Johnny Cage)
  • "Well done. You are now Chujin." (To Takeda Takahashi after his training is complete)
  • "Your future does not lie with the Shirai Ryu." (To Takeda)
  • "When I took you in, I promised your father--" (Before Takeda interrupts him)
  • "Knowing that this would be your reaction, yes." (To Takeda about Kenshi's return)
  • "Takeda. Your father is not your enemy."
  • "Takeda, cease! Kenshi did not abandon you. He brought you here for your protection."
  • "From those who murdered your mother." (To Takeda about his protection)
  • "Your father has devoted his life to fighting animals like the Red Dragon. It is they who are without honor." (To Takeda about Kenshi)
  • "On my command only. Wound. Do not kill." (To his Shirai Ryu ninjas before facing the Special Forces)
  • "General... I will have Quan Chi." (To Sonya Blade)
  • "He must die." (To Sonya about Quan Chi)
  • "Only Quan Chi concerns me." (To Sonya about the undead Earthrealm defenders)
  • "Then we are at an impasse. Semaru!" (Signaling his clan to attack)
  • "Quan Chi is mine." (Before facing Sonya)
  • "I wish you no harm, General Blade." (After defeating Sonya)
  • "If you value our friendship, you will give me Quan Chi." (To Kenshi)
  • "Withdraw. Without Sento you are vulnerable." (After incapacitating Kenshi)
  • "Only Quan Chi's death will abate my anger." (After defeating Johnny Cage)
  • "That withered sorcerer is the architect of my suffering." (To Kenshi)
  • "Speak your mind. I do not wish to linger here." (To Sub-Zero)
  • "You'll confess what you've long denied? That your clan's hands are soaked in Shirai Ryu blood? In the blood of my family?" (To Sub-Zero)
  • "I am not interested in Lin Kuei politics, Sub-Zero."
  • "Frost! The Lin Kuei are still without honor!" (when attacked by Frost)
  • "For what? More treachery? I will have your head!" (To Sub-Zero)
  • "Our story ends here, Sub-Zero." (After defeating Sub-Zero and about to kill him)
  • "What is this?!" (Confused when Sub-Zero stops Frost)
  • "You spoke of the Lin Kuei's lost honor." (To Sub-Zero)
  • "Harumi... Satoshi..." (Upon learning the truth of his family's and clan's demise)
  • "I killed your brother because I thought he..." (To Sub-Zero about the death of Bi-Han)
  • "Sektor was wrong. There is a debt to be paid -- and Quan Chi will pay it." (To Sub-Zero)
  • "Unbind him." (To his Shirai Ryu ninjas about Quan Chi)
  • "My name... is Hanzo Hasashi!!" (To Quan Chi while telling his real name)
  • "You killed my wife! My son! And then you burrowed your way into my head. Misdirected my vengeance. Cost me my one chance to have them restored!" (To Quan Chi about his actions)
  • "Quiet, sorcerer; nothing can help you now!" (To Quan Chi)
  • "At last, you feel my pain." (After defeating Quan Chi)
  • ​"Get over here!" (Shouting to Quan Chi after piercing his chest with his Kunai)
  • "Blood for blood. Your debt is paid." (After killing Quan Chi)
  • "Your father... Shinnok's prisoner... at the Sky Temple..." (To Cassie Cage while in pain)

Mortal Kombat 11

Hanzo Hasashi

  • "Your hearing is failing, Sub-Zero."
  • "Where's Sektor? I will not let him threaten my clan again."
  • "I can see why you need me."
  • "Bloody."
  • "And the rest of your plan?"
  • "We"ll avenge your clan."
  • "Cyrax is your inside man?"
  • "He will turn on Sektor."
  • "Who is the woman?"
  • "Help Cyrax. I'll discipline your former pupil." (If the player chooses him)
  • "You tried and failed."
  • "Sub-Zero can decide your fate." (After defeating Frost)
  • "So you're nothing but pawns?"
  • "I'll deal with Cyrax." (If the player chooses him)
  • "I've been down that road, Cyrax."
  • "Never again."
  • "No one should be a slave." (After defeating Cyrax)
  • "Hurry, before we face more Cyber Lin Kuei."
  • "You were killed, swallowed in a storm of souls."
  • "I've beaten your brother before." (If the player chooses him)
  • "My strength is more than vengeance." (After defeating Noob Saibot)
  • "We'll explain later. For now, know we share the same goal: the Cyber Lin Kuei's destruction." (To Cyrax)
  • "I'll stop Sektor. Help Cyrax." (If the player chooses him)
  • "You started this fire." (To Sektor)
  • "Selling out your clan so Quan Chi would slaughter mine."
  • "For Harumi and Satoshi." (After defeating Sektor)
  • "They've escaped. We should pursue." (To Sub-Zero, as Frost, Bi-Han and Sektor escaped)
  • "Lord Raiden. Welcome to the Fire Garden." (To Raiden and his allies)
  • "Do you know of Kharon, Raiden?"
  • "Master of the ancient ship of the dead. Sub-Zero and I met him during our time as Revenants."
  • "If the Keep lies there, Kharon may knows its location."
  • "It is possible, but I cannot be sure."
  • "We will leave immediately." (To Raiden, as he and Sub-Zero departs for the Netherrealm)
  • "Those warriors must be headed for Kronika's Keep."
  • "The fleet's bound to Kharon. It sails only by his command. That it's still moored suggests that he won't help Kronika."
  • "It looks like Kharon is home, perhaps hosting some unwelcome guests."
  • "Return to Earthrealm. Tell the others we've found him. We'll deploy as soon as I return." (To Sub-Zero)
  • "No. But he's our best chance."
  • "Get over here!" (Catching D'Vorah with his spear)
  • "First Shinnok, now Kronika. You fight for lost causes."
  • "The Shirai Ryu will not fall." (After defeating D'Vorah)
  • "I've restored the Shirai Ryu. Built a clan that's never been stronger." (To his past self)
  • "Do not trust Kronika! She uses your anger to enslave you, as Quan Chi did both of us."
  • "I let go my rage, and it saved me. To save yourself, you must do the same." (As he's about to fight his past self)
  • "It's past time you were freed. We both know what truly drives you. It's not Shirai Ryu pride, it's your wife and child." (After Hanzo defeated his past self)
  • "We share this pain. I fought through Hell to end it. But Kronika's New Era is not the remedy."
  • "She would resurrect Shinnok. The same devil who brought death to our family and clan. He cannot be allowed to return."
  • "When I revived the Shirai Ryu, I vowed our clan would ensure Earthrealm's protection."
  • "Help me keep that promise." (To convince his past self to not be blinded by his rage)
  • "Poison..." (After being mortally wounded by D'Vorah)
  • "Raiden is at the Fire Gardens. Enlist Kharon's aid. Bring Raiden's army to the Keep. You must!"
  • "The new Shirai Ryu are worthy. It's heart, not blood, that makes them warriors." (Hanzo's last words, to his past self)

Scorpion (Past)

Part 1: Mortal Kombat 11

  • "I did."
  • "You will not stop Kronika from restoring my family and clan." (To Liu Kang and Kung Lao)
  • "Your clan of imposters will indeed fall." (To his future self)
  • "On a foundation of pretenders and outsiders! Kronika told me."
  • "Without our original bloodlines, there is no Shirai Ryu. Our clan's massacre extinguished them! Kronika will revive the true Shirai Ryu in the New Era."
  • "Harumi and Satoshi were stolen from me. Murdered. Seeing them again is all that matters."
  • "Now, you die." (To D'Vorah)
  • "You have my word."
  • "The Fire Gardens, rebuilt? The Shirai Ryu are indeed restored." (Realizing his future self was right)
  • "He is dead." (As Kuai Liang ask about Hanzo's whereabouts)
  • "I understand your mistrust, but I am here to assist you!"
  • "You misunderstand my intentions." (After defeating Sub-Zero)
  • "My future self is dead. I am here at his behest." (To Raiden, skeptical about Scorpion's intentions)
  • "I honor his dying wish. Kharon will ferry your armies to the Isle of Kronika. We must leave at once."
  • "Only my word."
  • "A mistake born of rage. I seek redemption." (About killing Bi-Han)
  • "Raiden, you must listen!" (After Raiden's defeat)
  • "It is no trap! Kharon awaits you in the Netherrealm."

Part 2: Aftermath

  • "We are not together."
  • "I shall."
  • "The Fire Gardens will not be defiled by his presence."

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge

  • "Look. What do you see?"
  • "Life is cruel, Satoshi."
  • "It doesn't care where you are from, what god you pray to."
  • "It is. So you must face it head on."
  • "See the Scorpion?"
  • "No matter how many enemies, it continues on."
  • "It is strong, yes. It is fast. But do you know why the Scorpion was feared? It's will."
  • "Willpower is what makes your destiny your own. Learn to be strong, here and here."
  • "Promise me you'll remember that."
  • "Now, let's get home. Your mother is making dinner and she won't be happy if we're late."
  • "Your papa needs a break."
  • "Hold tight, Satoshi."
  • "Harumi..."
  • "Harumi! Harumi!"
  • "What do you want?"
  • "If you touch a hair on his head…"
  • "Satoshi! Satoshi!"
  • "(sobs) Satoshi. Satoshi! Satoshi!"
  • "I'll kill you! I'LL KILL YOU!!!"
  • "You'll die for this."
  • "Satoshi. Harumi! What is this?! Where am I?!"
  • "What in the hell?"
  • "For how long?"
  • "Shinnok?"
  • "I need no god..."
  • "Minus one."
  • "Shinnok!"
  • "Then go fetch him for me."
  • "Hanzo Hasashi."
  • "To return home to seek my revenge."
  • "You will do as I say, or I will flay you alive."
  • "Why would I fight for you?"
  • "What do you want?"
  • "Hanzo is dead. Call me Scorpion."
  • "What choice do I have?"
  • "It's my revenge."
  • "Revenge."
  • "Tell me, Lin Kuei scum. Where is Sub-Zero?"
  • "Die knowing I will kill every last member of the Lin Kuei on this island! Every last one!"
  • "Scorpion."
  • "You."
  • "You will die for what you've did!"
  • "That's for my clan!"
  • "This is for my wife!"
  • "And this is for my son!"
  • "I want nothing to do with your game. I've come for him."
  • "Living for the future. Give me the key."
  • "I'm already dead."
  • "Liu Kang... I yield."
  • "Come take it, like you did with my family."
  • "It's time to die."
  • "Get over here!"
  • "Damn your god..."

Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms

  • "The Island... Quan Chi..."
  • "Or?"
  • "I can try."
  • "What?"
  • "Come here!"
  • "Get over here!"
  • "Yes, you do. that's what makes you different. That's what makes you better. I know the desire for revenge. It's a sickness that eats at your soul until you become a monster of regret and pain."
  • "Neither will I."
  • "I was."

Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind

  • "I have come as promised.
  • "Did you lose control again?"
  • "He said you could handle the rest."
  • "I wouldn't."
  • "Get over here."
  • "Finish him!"
  • "It is time."

Mortal Kombat (2021)

  • "Go. See to your sister." (To Satoshi)
  • "I am grateful... and blessed to be with you." (To Harumi)
  • "I'm sorry..." (After discovering Harumi and Satoshi's frozen corpses)
  • "BI-HAN!"
  • "I may not understand your words, but I promise you this... I will kill you."
  • "Do not forget... this face..." (His dying words to Bi-Han)
  • "Cole! I am your blood." (To Cole Young in one of his visions)
  • "Unleash me!"
  • "I have risen from Hell to kill you!"
  • "Remember this face? I am Scorpion now!"
  • "For the Shirai Ryu."
  • "Leave him to me." (To Cole Young)
  • "You hoped that I would burn in the fires of Hell... but instead, I learned to control them." (Before finishing Sub-Zero)
  • "You have freed me. Take care of the bloodline." (His parting words to Cole)



  • Scorpion's name, "Hanzo Hasashi", may be a possible reference to Hanzō Hattori, a famous samurai and ninja during the Japanese Sengoku period.
  • Scorpion's Spear is considered a special projectile due to not being reflected by reflect skills.
  • Scorpion's "Get Over Here!" and "Come Here!", spear taunts, in all of the Mortal Kombat games and movies, were voiced by MK co-creator Ed Boon himself. Only one of these two taunts were featured in the games when ported from the arcade to the home consoles due to memory constraints. They are some of the most recognizable catchphrases in the fighting game genre.
    • During an interview, Boon was asked why Scorpion shouts "Get over here!" when performing his spear move, he replied that he thinks it is just comical for the "tough-guy, hellspawn" Scorpion to say something as random as that.
  • Dan Forden is responsible for the call of "Toasty" in relation to Scorpion. This originated in Mortal Kombat II, when a special input allowed Scorpion's Toasty! fatality to be performed anywhere. The message "Toasty!", would then be shown. In Mortal Kombat 4, Dan Forden screams out, "Toasty! 3D!!", in reference to Scorpion's Fatality displayed in full 3D. Another Dan Forden calling that refers to Scorpion is "Crispy", stated in UMK3 when a player performs the Scorpion's Lair stage fatality.
  • Due to artistic license taken during the Mortal Kombat films and the cartoon, It was originally believed that Scorpion's spear was actually a snake-like creature spawned from the palm of his hand. In reality, it was a simple kunai thrown from his belt as seen in newer games such as Deadly Alliance and Deception (or in the case of MKvsDCU and The Journey Begins, launched from a small device on the underside of his gauntlet).
  • In various interviews, Ed Boon has openly admitted that his favorite character has always been Scorpion, and that any Mortal Kombat game would feel incomplete without Scorpion. While Scorpion was absent from MK3, he was later added to UMK3.
  • Scorpion shares very similar armor characteristics to Monster in the Konquest Mode of Mortal Kombat: Deception and Mortal Kombat: Unchained. This was rumored to be the cause of Scorpion having an alternate scrapped 'Knight' costume, but in reality was made into a character itself, Monster.
  • Neither Scorpion or Sub-Zero appear in the version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • When the Elder Sub-Zero died after the first tournament, there was no immediate direct quote or statement, nor was there any strong evidence to prove that Scorpion had in fact done it.
  • Scorpion would always be the first opponent that the player faced in MK Advance.
  • He is the only character whose Hara-Kiri does not draw blood.
  • Scorpion's Toasty! is the Fatality that has appeared in the most Mortal Kombat games, having appeared in ten games. (MK, MKII, UMK3, MKT, MK4, MKG, MK:SM, MKvsDCU, MK 2011 and MKX)
    • It reappears in Mortal Kombat 11, however this time as a Brutality.
  • According to the official Mortal Kombat 4 strategy guide, Scorpion (and possibly the Shirai Ryu clan) is from Osaka, Japan.
  • In a Top 10 list hosted by, Scorpion was placed at #1 of the best Mortal Kombat Characters in the Mortal Kombat series. Along with this, also placed Scorpion #1 on their own list of the Top 10 best Mortal Kombat characters.
  • In a Top 10 list hosted by, Scorpion's Spear Shot Fatality was placed at #4 of the best Mortal Kombat Fatalities in the Mortal Kombat series. Screwattack also featured Scorpion in their popular online series Death Battle and pitted him against Ryu from Street Fighter in a fight to the death, in which he won due to his inability to be killed by physical attacks and his power to bring his opponents to the Netherrealm.
  • In a Top 10 list hosted by, Scorpion was placed at #5 of the Best Ninja.
  • Scorpion is featured on the NetherRealm Studios logo.
  • In both timelines, Scorpion is the only competitor to kill an opponent (Bi-Han) in the first Mortal Kombat Tournament.
  • As Scorpion is practically the mascot of the Mortal Kombat franchise, parodies of him and references to his lines are abound in popular media:
    • A parody character called Sporkion appears in the game Adventure Quest Worlds.
    • Scorpion makes a cameo on the TV Show "Drawn Together", performing his Spear attack and Spine Rip Fatality from MK: Deception on Xandir.
    • One of the Trophies/Achievements in Tomb Raider (2013) is titled "Get Over Here!". It requires Lara Croft to fire a rope at an opponent then pull them off an edge 5 times.
    • In an episode of The Cleveland Show, Cleveland dresses up like Scorpion.
    • In Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, Bionic Commando protagonist Nathan Spencer's Wire Grapple move has a follow-up in which he can drag the opponent to him much like Scorpion's Spear; furthering the similarities, Spencer shouts "Get over here!" whenever this follow-up is performed.
    • In DmC: Devil May Cry, there is a Scorpion easter egg. After Dante learns the Ophion Demon Pull Ability in Mission 2, he says "Get over here!" the first time he uses it.
    • The League of Legends character Shen has two alternate skins that reference both Scorpion and Sub-Zero.
    • The chain knife weapon and some grapple hooks in Terraria have a tooltip that says Scorpion's famous phrase.
    • Pudge from Defense of the Ancients shouts "Get over here!" when hooking an enemy.
    • In the 2D indie fighting game Skullgirls Encore, the character Squigly has a special move called "The Silver Chord," where she throws out the tail of her parasite, Leviathan, towards the opponent. Should the attack connect, there is a chance that either Squigly or Leviathan will yell "GET OVER HERE!" or "COME HERE!".
    • A Moga named Scorpius in the Facebook game Monster Galaxy is heavily inspired by him. Ironically, its element affiliation is ice, as opposed to fire.
    • Roadhog from Overwatch will sometimes yell "Come here!" when hooking an enemy.
    • Makoa from Paladins: Champions of the Realm sometimes shouts "Get over here!" when hooking an enemy.
    • A pregame text before a match in the game Halo Infinite for the game's Grappleshot equipment is entitled "GET OVER HERE", a reference to both Scorpion and the Mortal Kombat franchise.
  • Scorpion has made the most appearances in the Mortal Kombat series.
  • Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Jax are currently the only characters who have returned to Human form from being Revenants.
    • Scorpion is currently the only Wraith to return to Human form.
  • So far, Scorpion is the only character restored to retain some abilities from his Revenant form as a Human (teleportation, Hellfire, etc.)
  • In subsequent games after being restored to his human form, Scorpion is referred to by his real name, while his former Hellspawn form, he is referred to as Scorpion.
    • He denounces the name Scorpion for his actual name in MKX, and is referred to by his real name by characters in both MKX and MK11. His younger self, still under Quan Chi's influence and not yet restored, is referred to as Scorpion by other characters when differentiating the two counterparts from each other.

Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3

Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance

  • Despite being shown to conjure fireballs as early as Deadly Alliance, it never appeared as an in-game technique until Mortal Kombat X and later in Mortal Kombat 11.

Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks

  • During gameplay in Versus Mode in Shaolin Monks, after the player unsuccessfully uses his spear attack ten or more times, Scorpion will yell "GET THE FUCK OVER HERE!" or "GET OVER HERE, BITCH!" when he lands a hit.
  • After defeating Scorpion in Shaolin Monks, he gets dragged into the lava by skeletons. As his arm goes in, he gives the player a thumbs up. This is a reference to the ending of the 1991 film Terminator 2: Judgment Day, in which the T-800 gives John Connor a thumbs up before he is engulfed by molten metal.
  • In Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks, Scorpion has two different costumes (and is also the only one to do so); a padded costume resembling his Mortal Kombat II costume and another resembling his Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 costume. The first costume only appears in cinematics and artwork renders, while the second only appears within gameplay.

Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe

  • In the game, Scorpion’s DC counterpart is The Flash.

Mortal Kombat (2011)

  • Scorpion was originally given Kano's throw move and Eat Your Heart Out Fatality in Mortal Kombat (2011), as seen during E3 2010.
    • Additionally, Scoprion also had Quan Chi's On Your Knees Fatality in early gameplay footage of the game.

Injustice: Gods Among Us

  • Scorpion makes an appearance in NetherRealm's game Injustice: Gods Among Us as a playable guest character. He comes with an original design provided by famous comic book artist, Jim Lee.
    • In Injustice, Batman's grappling hook is used in a way similar to Scorpion's spear, where he shouts "Get down here!" when it connects in the air, referencing Scorpion's line, "Get over here!". Batman also utilizes a slide kick similar to Scorpion's Leg Takedown, however it trips the opponent into the air to the opposite side of Batman rather than taking them down.
    • Scorpion's inclusion would later lead to Sub-Zero and Raiden joining the Injustice series as guest characters in Injustice 2, with them receiving similar redesigns, again designed by Lee.
  • Patrick Seitz reprises his role as Scorpion from Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe and Mortal Kombat (2011).
    • As in all the games in the Mortal Kombat series, Ed Boon provides the vocals for Scorpion's "GET OVER HERE!" and "COME HERE!", respectively.
  • This is the first game in which Scorpion's Spear does not stun on initial hit, and must be Meter Burned in order to actually stun.
    • Sub-Zero's Ice Ball would take on this trait with his guest appearance.
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us marks it the first time that Scorpion was a downloadable character in any of his appearances. In his other game appearances, he is usually playable from the start or as an unlockable character.
  • His clash line against Batman, "You are no Sub-Zero" is a possible reference to MKvsDCU, as Batman and Sub-Zero are rivals in that game.
    • Also in MKvsDCU, Scorpion initially mistakes Batman for Sub-Zero in disguise.
  • When Scorpion is defeated, he is seen on his knees with his head spinning. This is a reference to the Mortal Kombat "dizzy" state that occurs before performing a Fatality on the opponent.
  • Scorpion's Victory Pose is based on the pose of the NetherRealm Studios logo, which also features Scorpion.
  • Due to be a guest character from another franchise, Scorpion is the only character to not have any reference to being on the Regime or Insurgency.
  • Scorpion is the only guest character featured in the game.
  • Scorpion was the first character in the Injustice series to be a guest character. This would later result in the inclusion of Sub-Zero and Raiden as guest character in the game's sequel Injustice 2, as stated above, along with the the additions of guest characters Hellboy and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • Scorpion's Injustice skin redesign would later reappear in Mortal Kombat X as a wearable outfit and in Mortal Kombat Mobile as a playable card.

Mortal Kombat X

  • Scorpion is playable in his Human form for the first time outside of flashbacks.
  • Scorpion's Who's Next? Fatality was first seen in the Mortal Kombat Xreveal trailer.
  • In certain Mortal Kombat X interactions such with Takeda and Tanya, Scorpion will speak Japanese at the end.
    • The phrase Scorpion says is "Itami wo kanjiru darou", which means "You will feel the pain" in English.
  • Scorpion has more skins than any other character in Mortal Kombat X, with a total of 8 different skins.
  • One of Scorpion's Brutalities in MKX, Just a Scratch is a reference to the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. In the movie, the black knight gets both of his arms cut off, calling the injury "just a scratch".
    • In Mortal Kombat 11, he says this during gameplay as one of his in-game taunts.
  • Scorpion is one of seven characters whose voice actor from the previous game returned for Mortal Kombat X. Others include Raiden, Liu Kang, Kitana, Mileena, Kano, and Quan Chi.
  • Scorpion is the only character with three stun abilities, these being his Spear, the second enhanced Double Spear and Minion Grab.
    • Leatherface also has a second stun attack, but it is a soft stun, which is not a traditional stun attack.
  • Scorpion's Arcade outfit is never seen in the Story Mode. This is also the same for Kung Lao, Liu Kang, Sub-Zero and Kitana.
  • During his Chapter during the cinematic cutscene, Scorpion shouts his "GET OVER HERE" when spearing Quan Chi. He also says it when trying to spear Johnny Cage during Johnny's Chapter.

Injustice 2

  • Scorpion's name is mentioned in Injustice 2 by Sub-Zero during an interaction with Robin.
    • Scorpion is also a non-physical character support in some of the Multiverse Towers.
      • Additionally, one of Sub-Zero's head pieces has Shirai Ryu in the name, referencing the clans' past rivalry.

Mortal Kombat Mobile

  • Scorpion has the most playable cards in the game, with a total of 9.
  • Scorpion is one of four characters with a class unaffiliated with him, this being his Strike Force Card.
  • Scorpion is one of three characters with Regeneration on his Special 2.
    • Mileena's Vampiress Card also has Regeneration for her Special 2, however it only gains Regeneration if the current opponent is suffering from Bleed.
  • Scorpion's Strike Force Card is the only card to use an interactable as a special attack.
  • Scorpion and Raiden are the only characters in MK Mobile to have their Injustice outfits as playable cards.
  • Scorpion's Klassic card is one of three Challenge Cards added to the Faction Wars store after its initial Challenge. The others are Klassic Sub-Zero and Klassic Ermac.
  • Scorpion technically has two Klassic Cards as his Klassic Card and Hellspawn Card use his Klassic outfit from MK3, however the Hellspawn Card has a flaming skull and is not affiliated with the sub-class.
  • Scorpion's Klassic Card is one of three Scorpion cards where the Spear Special 1 does not stun. The second was his Hellspawn card, which applies a Fire effect and his MK11 Card.
    • However, his MK11 Card's Spear Special 1 can Stun and even cause Cripple, however the Krushing Blow must trigger.
  • Scorpion is one of the many characters with more than one Equipment Card.
  • Scorpion is one of the few characters that can kill the opponent with a Brutality.
    • Shao Kahn can also kill his opponent, however it is not considered a Brutality.
  • Scorpion's Hanzo Hasashi Card is the only card that inflicts two type of effects from Basic Attacks, a Bleed and Fire effect, however the Fire effect lasts for less than a second.
    • It is also the only card in the game to inflict damage-over-time effects from its Passive rather than from Equipment Cards.
  • Scorpion's MK11 Card, and in a technical sense his Hanzo Hasashi Card, are some of the few character cards in the game that inflict debuff from their Combo-Enders.
  • Scorpion was the first character that was able to perform a Friendship.

Mortal Kombat 11

  • Both Scorpion's Fatal Blow and You're Next Fatality are both seen in the official Mortal Kombat 11 reveal trailer.
    • Raiden also performs his Fatal Blow after Scorpion performs his on Raiden.
  • Scorpion is seen in his Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Klassic outfit in the official reveal trailer, however it is not present in the actual game. His Klassic outfit from the first Mortal Kombat is present in the game through DLC along side the purchase of Shang Tsung.
  • Scorpion, on two occasions, shouts his "COME HERE" and "GET OVER HERE" lines in the Story Mode. He speaks the former if Sub-Zero in chosen during their shared Chapter where Hanzo fights the Cyber Lin Kuei and speaking the latter when saving Kharon from D'Vorah.
  • Many of the Brutalities in MK11 reference older Fatalities, in this case, Scorpion's Brutality Crispy is a clear reference to his Toasty! Fatality.
  • This is the second game after Scorpion's guest appearance in Injustice: Gods Among Us where his Spear does not stun on initial hit, and must be amplified to cause the stun effect.
    • His Spear works similar to the one in Injustice: Gods Among Us.
  • This is the first game in which Scorpion's teleport, called Hell Port in the game, can be avoided simply by ducking. The attack can strike ducking opponents if it is amplified, however.
  • Scorpion is one of the two playable characters to be playable in two chapters of the Story Mode alongside Liu Kang, with the respective first chapters they appeared with their partners (Sub-Zero to Scorpion and Liu Kang to Kung Lao), before went solo in the respective next chapters with special cases (Scorpion has both iterations of himself playable in two halves, while Liu Kang is playable under his new story-only Thunder-Fire God form).
  • Scorpion is one of three characters with more than two Brutality Victory Poses besides the default versions. The first was Sub-Zero and the second being Shang Tsung.
    • One of Scorpion's Brutality Victory Poses alters after performing his Crispy Brutality, resulting in a flaming skull.
    • Sub-Zero can alter the Ice Klone he summons with specific inputs.
      • This may have been inspired by his guest appearance in Injustice 2, where his Ice Klone changes appearances based on equipment selected.
    • Shang Tsung morphs into any opponent he defeats or even remains as himself. He will also perform any and all Brutality Victory Poses as the opponent if he steals their Brutality, resulting in him having the most Brutality Victory Poses out of any character.
  • An interaction with Jacqui reveal that she and his pupil Takeda are engaged, where he reveals that through marriage, Jacqui will also be a part of the Shirai Ryu.
  • An interaction with Noob Saibot reveals that Noob takes responsibility for the extinction of the original Shirai Ryu, despite the clan actually being exterminated by Quan Chi.
    • This is interesting because in Mortal Kombat (2011), Bi-Han tries to reason with Scorpion before Scorpion kills him, stating he had nothing to do with the Shirai Ryu's extinction, along with the murder of Scorpion's wife and son.
  • Another interaction with Noob Saibot has Noob question their allegiance due to them both being Revenants created by Quan Chi. Scorpion will reveal that once Quan Chi died, the allegiance was broken.
  • Scorpion, along with Sub-Zero and Noob Saibot are three Klassic ninjas integrated into Shang Tsung's Fatal Blow.
  • When interacting with Spawn, both Hellspawns reference past games they have made guest appearances in, Scorpion referencing Injustice: Gods Amongst Us and Spawn referencing his guest appearance in Soulcalibur II, with Spawn saying his "soul still burns".
    • Additionally, when interacting with Spawn, Scorpion is aware of who Malebolgia is.

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  • In MKX, if Scorpion is attacked or knocked away when in the middle of performing his Just a Scratch Brutality, Scorpion will stumble backwards, but the opponent's arms will still be cut off, giving the illusion of them getting cut off by thin air.
  • In MKX, Scorpion does not actually have to be full-screen distance away to perform his Nether Hole Brutality, despite the requirement. This is also true for Sub-Zero and his Snow Ball Brutality.
  • Even if Scorpion is in his Ninjutsu variation, he will still spawn a sword during his Fatalities in MKX despite him having two swords present. This logically makes no sense as to why he spawns the third sword, but could merely be a gameplay mechanic.
  • His audio was incorrectly used for Quan Chi during Tremor's gameplay trailer.
  • Some of Scorpion's taunts in MK Mobile will have the audio of him being in his human form despite being in his undead form. Oppositely, he has his demonic voice in his human form for some taunts.
    • This also happens with his MK11 Card despite the Card being a Spectre.
  • Scorpion's audio is used by Sub-Zero in MK Mobile when completing the tutorial and performing Scorpion's Stop Ahead Fatality on Sub-Zero.
  • In MK11, Scorpion's photo for his Tutorial uses an incorrect mask for his default appearance, using the alternate version that is yellow and white rather than the default gold one.
    • This also appears in Mortal Kombat Mobile.
  • In MK11, while in his Klassic DLC skin, he has his demonic voice of his Spectre form despite the outfit being in his Human form.
  • In MK11, many of Scorpions Spears that have additional designs on them will completely clip through his hands while he holds them.
  • In MK11, if Burning Spear is active and Scorpion performs Flip Kick, his spear will no longer be ignited, however the damage bonus is still present and only the outline of his spear will have the visual. This glitch seems to end when Scorpion performs an attack involving his spear or, on occasion, if he swaps stances.
  • In MK11, it is possible for Scorpion to perform the The Klassic Brutality even if he blocks an attack during the final round. This occurs if he stuns the opponent after the Finish Him/Her prompt has appeared on screen. This can occur with other characters with special attacks that can stun.
  • In MK11, while Raiden is talking to Jax after their battle, in the background, Scorpion uses Hanzo's present model rather than his past one.


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