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The Mortal Kombat Universe Characters (Excluding Skarlet and Khameleon)

This is a list of characters from the Mortal Kombat fighting game series and the games in which they appear. Due to the large number of characters and games in the series, the list is presented in the following table. There are 64 characters listed here.
Symbol meaning
a
Aye
Selectable character
b
U

Unlockable characters

g
Selection dlc
Selectable character following DLC purchase
c
S2
Secret selectable character
h
Glitch
Selectable due to a game glitch
g
D
Selectable using a game-altering device
d
Nay
Unselectable character
e
S
Secret unselectable character
f
C
Cameo

Introduced in Mortal KombatEdit

Game/Character MK MKII MK3
UMK3
MKT
MKAdv
UMK
MK4
MKG
MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Johnny Cage a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
g
D
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
  • Cage was not in the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat.
  • Cage was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.
  • Cage only appeared as a name on a tombstone in the original Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was a fully playable character in the Mortal Kombat Trilogy update.
  • Cage was not in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Cage was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
  • In Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, Cage's grave can be seen in the background of the Graveyard.
Goro b
U
f
C
a
Aye
c
S2
a
Aye
a
Aye
d
Nay
g
D
  • Goro was only unlockable in the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat. He was also available in the SNES version due to a glitch. In every other version, he was an unselectable sub-boss.
  • Goro was not in Mortal Kombat 3 or Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was in most versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, except for the Nintendo 64 version.
  • Goro was not in the arcade version or the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Goro was not in the PlayStation 2 version or the Xbox version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, except as a cameo.
  • Goro is playable in Mortal Kombat (2011) during the 150th Challenge Tower Mission, Gor-owned.
Liu Kang a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Liu Kang was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3.
  • Liu Kang was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Unchained update of Mortal Kombat: Deception. In other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.
Kano a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Kano was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version of Mortal Kombat.
  • Kano had to be unlocked in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, and was not included in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
Noob Saibot a
Aye
e
S
a
Aye
c
S2
b
U
a
Aye
a
Aye
d
Nay
a
Aye
  • Noob Saibot was revealed to be the original Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat after the release of Mortal Kombat: Deception. The current Sub-Zero is Noob's brother, who first appeared in Mortal Kombat II (see below).
  • Noob was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.
  • Noob was only fully playable in Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Mortal Kombat Advance, and the SNES and Mega Drive/Genesis versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was a secret selectable character in Ultimate Mortal Kombat and the arcade verson of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and an unselectable secret character in most versions of the original Mortal Kombat 3 and the Sega Saturn version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was not included in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version and the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3, as well as the Java Mobile version and the iPhone version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.
  • Noob was not included in the arcade version or the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Noob was only available as an unlockable character in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition. He was not included in any other version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
  • Noob was paired up with Smoke in Mortal Kombat: Deception as a tag-team character (Noob-Smoke). He was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Raiden a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Raiden was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.
  • Raiden was referenced, but did not appear in the original Mortal Kombat 3 or Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was a fully playable character in the Mortal Kombat Trilogy update.
  • Raiden was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition update of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. In other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.
  • Raiden was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Unchained update of Mortal Kombat: Deception. In other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.
Reptile e
S
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
b
U
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Reptile was only playable in the SNES version of Mortal Kombat with the use of a game-altering device. In most other versions, he was an unselectable secret character. He was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version, the Game Boy version, or the Tiger version of Mortal Kombat.
  • Reptile had to be unlocked in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Reptile was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
  • Reptile was arguably included in Mortal Kombat: Deception in the form of Onaga (who was possessing his body). See below for Onaga's appearances.
Scorpion a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Scorpion was not in the original Mortal Kombat 3, but was fully playable in all versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
Sonya a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
g
D
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Sonya was not in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Sonya was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
Shang Tsung h
Glitch
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
g
D
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Tsung was only playable in the SNES version of Mortal Kombat due to a game glitch. In every other version, he was an unselectable game boss.
  • Tsung was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3.
  • Tsung had to be unlocked in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat IIEdit

Game/Character MKII MK3
UMK3
MKT
MKAdv
UMK
MK4
MKG
MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Baraka a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Baraka is not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.
  • Baraka is not in Mortal Kombat 3 or Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, but is fully playable in Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • Baraka is not in Mortal Kombat 4, but is in its update, Mortal Kombat Gold.
Blaze f
C
f
C
c
S2
a
Aye
b
U
  • Blaze was created after an unnamed fighter seen in the background of the Pit II arena from Mortal Kombat II and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • Blaze was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition or the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
  • Blaze was not in Mortal Kombat: Deception, except for a cameo, but was fully playable in its update, Mortal Kombat: Unchained.
Jade e
S
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Jade was not in the original Mortal Kombat 3. She was a unlockable charcter in the Java Mobile version or iPhone version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. She was in all versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • Jade was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Jax a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Jax was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3.
  • Jax was not in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Jax was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition, and was only fully playable in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. In all other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.
  • Jax was only fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained. In all other versions of Mortal Kombat: Deception, he was only playable with a game-altering device.
Shao Kahn d
Nay
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
d
Nay
  • Shao Kahn is only fully playable in some versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy. In Mortal Kombat Advance, the Nintendo 64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, the SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis, and PC versions of Mortal Kombat 3, and the SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis, and Java Mobile versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, Kahn has to be unlocked as a character. He is a secret selectable character in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version of Mortal Kombat 3. In all other versions of Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, he serves as an unselectable game boss.
  • Shao Kahn is not on the PlayStation 2 version or the Xbox version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, only on the Gamecube Version of the game.
Kintaro d
Nay
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
d
Nay
  • Kintaro was not in the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.
  • Kintaro was not in Mortal Kombat 3 or Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was in most versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, except for the Nintendo 64 version.
Kitana a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
b
U
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Kitana was not in the original Mortal Kombat 3, but was fully playable in all versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • Kitana was only playable in the Nintendo 64 version and the PC version of Mortal Kombat 4 with a game-altering device. She was only fully playable in the Mortal Kombat Gold version.
  • Kitana was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
  • Kitana was only fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained. In other versions of Mortal Kombat: Deception, she was only playable with a game-altering device.
Kung Lao a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
g
D
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Lao was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.
  • Lao was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3.
  • Lao was only fully playable in Mortal Kombat Gold. He was not in other versions of Mortal Kombat 4.
  • Lao was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
Mileena a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Mileena was not in the original Mortal Kombat 3. She was fully playable in the Java Mobile version or the iPhone version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. She had to be unlocked to play in Ultimate Mortal Kombat, the arcade version, and the Sega Saturn version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. She was fully playable in all other versions and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • Mileena was not in Mortal Kombat 4, but was in its update, Mortal Kombat Gold.
Smoke e
S
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Smoke was only available as a secret selectable character in Mortal Kombat 3. He was fully playable in the Java Mobile version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and was fully playable in all other versions and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
  • Smoke was paired up with Noob Saibot in Mortal Kombat: Deception as a tag-team character (Noob-Smoke). He was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Sub-Zero a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • The original Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat was later revealed to be Noob Saibot (see above). This Sub-Zero is the original's younger brother.
  • The unmasked Sub-Zero was not in the Nintendo 64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, but is instead combined with Classic Sub-Zero.
  • Sub-Zero was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition. He had to be unlocked in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
  • Available in Mortal Kombat (2011) as both regular Sub-Zero from the beginning and unlockable as Cyber Sub-Zero.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat 3Edit

Game/Character MK3
UMK3
MKT
MKAdv
UMK
MK4
MKG
MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Cyrax a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Cyrax was not in Mortal Kombat 4, but was in its update, Mortal Kombat Gold.
  • Cyrax was only fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition. He was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, and had to be unlocked in all other versions of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
Kabal a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
  • In MK vs DC, he was mentioned by Kano when he was encountered by the Flash.
Motaro a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
f
C
  • Motaro was only fully playable in some versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy. He was an unlockable character in the Nintendo 64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Mortal Kombat Advance, the SNES and Mega Drive/Genesis versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and the SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis, and PC versions of the original Mortal Kombat 3. He was an unselectable sub-boss in the arcade and PlayStation versions of Mortal Kombat 3, Ultimate Mortal Kombat, and the arcade, Sega Saturn, and iPhone versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was not present in any other version.
Nightwolf a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Nightwolf was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3.
Sektor a
Aye
c
S2
b
U
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Sektor was not in Mortal Kombat 4, but was a secret selectable character in its update, Mortal Kombat Gold.
  • Sektor was not in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, but could be unlocked in its update, Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
Sheeva a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Sheeva was not in Mortal Kombat Advance, the SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis version, but was fully playable in the Java Mobile version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.
Sindel a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Sindel was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Kurtis Stryker a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Stryker was not in the Sega Master System/Game Gear version or the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat 3. He was in every other version of Mortal Kombat 3 and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.

Introduced in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3Edit

Game/Character UMK3
MKT
MKAdv
UMK
MK4
MKG
MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Chameleon c
S2
a
Aye
  • Chameleon was only available as a secret character in Mortal Kombat Trilogy. He was not in the Nintendo 64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, nor Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, with the exception of the SNES and Mega Drive/Genesis versions, where he was playable with a game-altering device.
Classic Sub-Zero a
Aye
  • Classic Sub-Zero was fully playable in the Java Mobile version or iPhone version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was only available after unlocking in Ultimate Mortal Kombat, the arcade version, and the Sega Saturn version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.
Ermac a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Ermac was unlockable in Ultimate Mortal Kombat, the arcade version, and the Sega Saturn version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was fully playable in all other versions and Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
Human Smoke a
Aye
  • Human Smoke was only fully available in most versions of Mortal Kombat Trilogy. He had to be unlocked in the Nintendo 64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy and the iPhone version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He was a secret selectable character in all other versions.
Rain a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
g
Selection dlc
  • Rain was only available in Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Mortal Kombat Advance, and the SNES and Mega Drive/Genesis versions of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.
  • Rain was only fully playable on Playstation Vita version. In other versions of Mortal Kombat (2011), he was available through DLC purchase.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat TrilogyEdit

Game/Character MKT MK4
MKG
MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Khameleon b
U
a
Aye
  • Khameleon was only unlockable in the Nintendo 64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy. She was not in any other versions.
  • Khameleon was available only in the Wii version of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. She was not in any other versions.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat 4Edit

Game/Character MK4
MKG
MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Fujin a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
f
C
Jarek a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
  • Jarek was not in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
Kai a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
  • Kai was not in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
Meat c
S2
f
C
b
U
f
C
  • Meat was not in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
Quan Chi a
Aye
a
Aye
g
D
a
Aye
f
C
b
U
  • Quan Chi had to be unlocked in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
  • Quan Chi was only fully playable on Playstation Vita version. In other versions of Mortal Kombat (2011), he was unlockable through Story Mode.
Reiko a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
f
C
Shinnok a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
f
C
  • Shinnok was only an unselectable game boss in the Game Boy Color version of Mortal Kombat 4.
Tanya a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Tanya was only fully available in Mortal Kombat: Unchained. In other versions of Mortal Kombat: Deception, her character had to be unlocked to play.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat: Deadly AllianceEdit

Game/Character MK:DA
MK:TE
MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Bo' Rai Cho a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Bo' Rai Cho was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
Drahmin b
U
g
D
a
Aye
  • Drahmin was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
Frost a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Frost was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition. She was only fully playable in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, and had to be unlocked in all other versions.
  • Frost was only fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained. In other versions of Mortal Kombat: Deception, she was only playable with a game-altering device.
Hsu Hao b
U
f
C
a
Aye
  • Hsu Hao was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Kenshi a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
g
Selection dlc
  • Kenshi was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
  • Kenshi was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Unchained update of Mortal Kombat: Deception. In other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.
  • Kenshi was only fully playable on Playstation Vita version. In other versions of Mortal Kombat (2011), he was available through DLC purchase.
Li Mei a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Li Mei was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
  • Li Mei was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Mavado a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
  • Mavado was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
Mokap c
S2
f
C
a
Aye
  • Mokap was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition or the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
Moloch g
D
f
C
a
Aye
  • Moloch was not in Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition or the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
Nitara a
Aye
g
D
a
Aye
  • Nitara was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition update of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. She was not in the Game Boy Advance version of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. In other versions, she had to be unlocked to play.
Onaga f
C
g
D
a
Aye
f
C

Introduced in Mortal Kombat: Tournament EditionEdit

Game/Character MK:TE MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Sareena a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
f
C

Introduced in Mortal Kombat: DeceptionEdit

Game/Character MK:D
MK:U
MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Ashrah a
Aye
a
Aye
Dairou a
Aye
a
Aye
Darrius a
Aye
a
Aye
Havik a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Havik was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Unchained update of Mortal Kombat: Deception. In other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.
Hotaru a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Hotaru was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Kira a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • Kira was fully playable in Mortal Kombat: Unchained and the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception, but had to be unlocked in other versions.
Kobra a
Aye
a
Aye
Monster g
D
Shujinko a
Aye
a
Aye
  • Shujinko was only fully available in the Mortal Kombat: Unchained update of Mortal Kombat: Deception. In other versions, he had to be unlocked to play.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat: ArmageddonEdit

Game/Character MK:A MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Daegon b
U
f
C
Taven b
U
f
C

Introduced in Mortal Kombat vs. DC UniverseEdit

Game/Character MK vs DCU MK 2011 MK X
Batman a
Aye
  • Batman was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Captain Marvel a
Aye
  • Captain Marvel was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Catwoman a
Aye
  • Catwoman was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Dark Kahn c
S2
Darkseid a
Aye
  • Darkseid was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Deathstroke a
Aye
  • Deathstroke was a crossover character with DC Comics.
The Flash a
Aye
  • The Flash was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Green Lantern a
Aye
  • Green Lantern was a crossover character with DC Comics.
The Joker a
Aye
  • The Joker was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Lex Luthor a
Aye
  • Lex Luthor was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Superman a
Aye
  • Superman was a crossover character with DC Comics.
Wonder Woman a
Aye
  • Wonder Woman was a crossover character with DC Comics.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat (2011)Edit

Game/Character MK 2011 MK X
Cyber Sub-Zero b
U
  • Cyber Sub-Zero was only fully playable on Playstation Vita version and the PC version.
  • In other versions of Mortal Kombat (2011), he was unlockable through Story Mode.
Kratos a
Aye
  • Kratos was available on the PS3 and Playstation Vita versions. He was not in any other versions.

Skarlet

g
Selection dlc
  • Skarlet was only fully playable on Playstation Vita and Komplete Edition versions. In other versions of Mortal Kombat (2011), she was available through DLC purchase.

Freddy Krueger

g
Selection dlc
  • Freddy Krueger is a character from the Nightmare on Elm Street movie series.
  • Freddy Krueger was only fully playable on Playstation Vita and Komplete Edition versions. In other versions of Mortal Kombat (2011), he was available through DLC purchase.

Introduced in Mortal Kombat XEdit

Game/Character MK X
Cassie Cage a
Aye
D'Vorah a
Aye

Ferra & Torr

a
Aye

Kotal Kahn

a
Aye

Appearances in Mortal Kombat Adventure GamesEdit

Game/Character MKM:SZ MK:SF MK:SM
Baraka b
U
Blaze f
C
Johnny Cage b
U
Ermac d
Nay
Fujin d
Nay
Goro d
Nay
Jade d
Nay
Jarek d
Nay
Jax a
Aye
f
C
Kabal f
C
Kano d
Nay
d
Nay
Kintaro d
Nay
Kitana b
U
Kung Lao a
Aye
Liu Kang a
Aye
Mileena d
Nay
Noob Saibot a
Aye
f
C
Quan Chi d
Nay
f
C
Raiden f
C
f
C
Reptile d
Nay
Sareena d
Nay
Scorpion d
Nay
b
U
Shang Tsung f
C
d
Nay

Shao Kahn

f
C
d
Nay

Shinnok

d
Nay
Smoke f
C
Sonya f
C
f
C
Sub-Zero b
U

Appearances in film and televisionEdit

Symbol meaning
a
Aye
Appearance of character or similar character
f
C
Reference or mention
Source/Character 1995 film MK:TJB MK:DotR MK:Anni. MK:Conq. MK:Rebirth MK:Legacy
Baraka f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • In The Journey Begins, several Tarkatans (referred to as "Goro's nomads") are seen, including one unnamed one amongst the kombatants that may be intended to represent Baraka.
  • In Defenders of the Realm, the Tarkatan character Karbrac represents Baraka for an unknown reason. This could be most likely because the series is based on the movies, and Baraka was killed in the second one.

Johnny Cage

a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Bo' Rai Cho a
Aye

*

  • The character of Master Cho from Conquest was a prototype for Bo' Rai Cho.
Cyrax a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Ermac a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Goro a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Jade a
Aye
Jax a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Kabal a
Aye
f
C
Kenshi a
Aye
Shao Kahn a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Liu Kang a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Kano a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • In The Journey Begins, Sonya mentions a "dangerous man" having boarded the boat, but doesn't specify his name.
Kintaro
Kitana a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Kung Lao f
C
a
Aye
  • References to the Great Kung Lao, who has never fought in any of the games, is generally not included here, although he was the main character in Conquest. In The Journey Begins, the Great Kung Lao is represented dressed up as his descendant from the games, with the token razor hat.
Mileena a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Motaro a
Aye
a
Aye
Nightwolf a
Aye
a
Aye
Noob Saibot a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
  • The 1995 film, The Journey Begins, Defenders of the Realm, and Rebirth feature references to the original Sub-Zero, who would later become Noob Saibot in the games.
  • Noob Saibot appears as the Original Sub-Zero in Mortal Kombat: Legacy
Quan Chi a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Raiden a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Rain a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Reiko a
Aye
Reptile a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
  • In Defenders of the Realm, the Green Ninja Komodai represented Reptile, who was killed in the 1995 film.
  • In Annihilation, different Saurians are used to represent Reptile.
Scorpion a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Sektor a
Aye
a
Aye
Sheeva a
Aye
a
Aye
Shinnok a
Aye
Sindel a
Aye
a
Aye
Skarlet
Smoke a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Sonya a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Stryker a
Aye
f
C
a
Aye
Sub-Zero a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
f
C
  • The Sub-Zero that appears in Conquest was intended to be an ancestor of Sub-Zero and Noob Saibot.
Shang Tsung a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
a
Aye
Cyber Hydro a
Aye
Principal Games
Mortal Kombat | Mortal Kombat II | Mortal Kombat 3 | Mortal Kombat 4 | Deadly Alliance | Deception | Armageddon | MK vs. DCU | Mortal Kombat (2011) | Mortal Kombat X
Updates and Ports
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 | Trilogy | Gold | Advance | Tournament Edition | Unchained | Ultimate
Adventure Games
Mythologies: Sub-Zero | Special Forces | Shaolin Monks | Konquest Mode
Factions
Army of Darkness | Black Dragon | Brotherhood of the Shadow | Deadly Alliance | Edenian Resistance | Elder Gods | Lin Kuei | Outer World Investigation Agency
Red Dragon | Seidan Guard | Seidan Resistance | Shirai Ryu | Shaolin Monks | Special Forces | Tekunin | White Lotus Society | The Noob-Smoke Alliance | Wu Shi Academy
Main characters
Ashrah | Baraka | Blaze | Bo' Rai Cho | Chameleon | Cyrax | Daegon | Dairou | Darrius | Drahmin | Ermac | Frost | Fujin | Goro | Havik | Hotaru | Hsu Hao | Jade | Jarek | Jax | Johnny Cage | Kabal | Kai | Kano | Kenshi | Khameleon | Kintaro | Kira | Kitana | Kobra | Kung Lao | Li Mei | Liu Kang | Mavado | Meat | Mileena | Mokap | Moloch | Motaro | Nightwolf | Nitara | Noob Saibot | Onaga | Quan Chi | Raiden | Rain | Reiko | Reptile | Sareena | Scorpion | Sektor | Shang Tsung | Shao Kahn | Sheeva | Shinnok | Shujinko | Sindel | Skarlet | Smoke (Human) | Sonya | Stryker | Sub-Zero (Classic) (Cyber) | Tanya | Taven
Guest characters
Batman | Captain Marvel | Catwoman | Dark Kahn | Darkseid | Deathstroke | The Flash | Freddy Krueger | Green Lantern | The Joker | Kratos | Lex Luthor | Superman | Wonder Woman
Information
Minor characters | Secret characters | Realms | Species | Arenas | Glossary | Storyline
Film and Television
Mortal Kombat | Annihilation | Devastation | Conquest | The Journey Begins | Defenders of the Realm | Legacy
Other
Tour | Gallery | Comics | Music | Card Game | Actors

Start a Discussion Discussions about List of Mortal Kombat characters

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    • The issue is the naming, officially it's Noob Saibot in the first game before he became Noob, it'll stay as it is. Look at Cyber Sub Zero, h...
    • acutullay sub-zero is in mk1 while in mk2 on it is tundra so i think sub zero should be intruduced in mk1 and said to be in every game and t...

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