is a character in the Mortal Kombat
fighting game series who made his debut as a background character in Mortal Kombat
. He made is a nonplayable character in the console versions but is playable in the Mortal Kombat X (Mobile Game)
First introduced in the series as a non-playable character seen in the background of the Shang Tsung's Courtyard arena in Mortal Kombat.
In Mortal Kombat X (Mobile Game), Monk became a playable character and gained more background information.
In his first appearance, monks appeared in the background for Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, MK: Deadly Alliance, Mortal Kombat: Deception, Mortal Kombat (2011) and are more prominently featured in Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks and dead monks are seen in the opening shot of the Mortal Kombat 11.
The Shaolin Monks have the Wu Shi Academy and Shaolin Temple as their training grounds. They were attacked by Baraka and the Tarkata in MKII and a lot of them, were killed by Zombie Liu Kang, the enforcer of a corrupted Raiden in MKD.
They are a common enemy in Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero and they use a variety of weapons.
The monks appear in two movies and one TV series first film, Conquest and Annihilation. They wear red.
Shang Tsung's Courtyard in Mortal Kombat.
Shang Tsung's Courtyard in Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
The Shaolin monks on the balcony.
Shang Tsung's Courtyard in MK: Deception and MK: Unchained.
Shang Tsung's Courtyard in MK: Deception's Chess Kombat game mode.
Raiden and the Shaolin monks honors his chosen warriors at the Wu Shi Academy
Both day and night versions of the Courtyard from Mortal Kombat (2011).
Kitana can't kill him, but was killed by Shao Kahn.
Liu Kang meets his grandfather in the first movie.
Liu Kang's Grandfather in the first movie.
Monks in MK: Annihilation.
Kung Lao and Raiden behind the monks in Mortal Kombat: Conquest.
Evil Monk was possessed by Scorpion in Mortal Kombat: Conquest.