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The Celestial Portal

The Celestial Portal in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance

The Portal originally and forever known as the Celestial Portal featured in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance is said to be known only to sorcerers and deities, this ancient waystation is located in Outworld and transports its users to Earthrealm. It is forever watched over by two floating statue heads of old Asian sages. To earn the right to pass, however, one must face and defeat a representation of his or her most powerful adversary. Holding by the four support pillars of the Celestial Portal is a Portal Sphere.

It can only be accessed by sorcerers and the gods, especially the Elder Gods. The Deadly Alliance used this portal to get to Earthrealm in order to murder Liu Kang, after they apparently killed Shao Kahn, and then with Mavado to get back to Outworld. Raiden then used it to bring his chosen warriors to Outworld to fight the Deadly Alliance.

Portal Adversaries

This is the list of each character's most powerful adversary as chosen by the Portal, according to Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance's Konquest missions.

User Enemy
Shang Tsung Quan Chi
Quan Chi Quan Chi himself
Sonya Mavado
Mavado Shang Tsung
Raiden Quan Chi

It's unknown who were chosen as opponents to Sub-Zero, Kung Lao, Johnny Cage, Jax and Frost.

Mortal Kombat series - Arenas
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Acid Bath | Arctika | Armory | Balcony | Bank | Beetle Lair | Bell Tower | Botan Jungle | Bridge | Chamber of Artifacts | Chamber of Daegon | Chamber of The Flame | Dark Prison | Dead Pool | Dead Woods | Destroyed City | Dragonfly | Dragon King's Temple | Dragon Mountain | Drum Arena | Edenian Ruins | Elder Gods' Arena | Emperor's Courtyard | Evil Tower | Falling Cliffs | Fire Well | Golden Desert | Goro's Lair | Graveyard | Hell | Hell's Foundry | Hidden Portal | House of Pekara | Ice Pit | Jade's Desert | Jinsei Chamber | Kahn's Arena | Kahn's Kave | Kombat Temple | Kombat Tomb | Kove | Krimson Forest | Krossroads | Kuatan Jungle | Kuatan Palace | Ladder? | Lin Kuei Palace | Liu Kang's Tomb | Living Forest | Lost Tomb | Lower Mines | Lumber Mill | Lung Hai Temple | Meteor Storm | Moloch's Lair | Netherrealm | Netherrealm Cliffs | Nethership | Nethership Interior | Nexus | Noob Saibot's Dorfen | Outworld Marketplace | Outworld Spire | Palace Gates | Palace Grounds | Pit | Portal | Prison | Pyramid of Argus | Quan Chi's Fortress | Refugee Kamp | Reiko's War Room | Reptile's Lair | Rooftop | Sarna Ruins | Scislac Busorez | Shaolin Temple | Shao Kahn's Balcony | Shao Kahn's Throne Room | Shang Tsung's Courtyard | Shang Tsung's Flesh Pits | Shang Tsung's Garden | Shang Tsung's Palace | Shang Tsung's Throne Room | Shinnok's Spire | Shinnok's Throne Room | Slaughterhouse | Sky Temple | Soul Chamber | Star Bridge | Street | Subway | Swamp | Tekunin Warship | Tomb | Training Room | Warrior Shrine | Wastelands | Waterfront | Wind World | Wu Shi Academy | Yin Yang Island

Apokolips | Bat Cave | Fortress of Solitude | Gotham City | Metropolis | Oan Senate | Raiden's Temple | Special Forces Base | Themyscira | UN Space Station

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