The wicked necromancer Quan Chi always enjoys feeling like a king, ruling his empire from this ghoulish-looking throne. This throne was constructed, especially with skeletal and ghastly features including human skulls for arms and the chair’s headrest that is shaped like the elongated horned head of a screaming ghoul, stands nearly 8 feet tall and weighs over 500 pounds.
In Mortal Kombat Gold, especially in Baraka's MK Gold ending, Quan Chi assumed his new chair that was the former throne of the majestic kingdom of Edenia which he has stolen during and after the Earthrealm warriors' battle with his god Shinnok and his Army of Darkness in Edenia. His new throne has the same weight of 500 pounds and the height of nearly 8 feet tall, except its features are different with two heads of roaring monsters for arms and an elegant headrest, and this royal Edenian throne is made of obsidian stone.
Quan Chi's Throne later reappeared as an unlockable within the Krypt in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, although it should have completely shown itself as a background furniture in front of Quan Chi's inner sanctum in the evil demon sorcerer's own citadel featured in both Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance and Mortal Kombat: Deception.
MK Mythologies: Sub-ZeroEditWhile sitting on his beloved throne inside his former sanctuary at the ancient Pyramid of Shinnok within the Netherrealm, Quan Chi while under the command of his eternal dark master Shinnok, still acts as the high priest of the cult of his fellow worshipers known as the Brotherhood of Shadow. He and his demonic brethren guard the pyramid and the bridge that is the passageway to it, from anyone that dares to cross it, as well as to destroy all those who would dared to oppose the will of their Lord Shinnok.
That is until the original Sub-Zero made it to the pyramid and battled the Brothers of the Shadow during his quest to retrieve the forbidden Amulet of Shinnok before it can returned to its former owner. Then he confronted Quan Chi at his secret sanctuary and the battle between them ensues. After Sareena helped Sub-Zero defeated her former master Quan Chi, she was struck down by the power of Shinnok for her betrayal towards the Brotherhood of Shadows. Than Sub-Zero quickly recovers Shinnok's amulet from him before Shinnok in his anger, transforms into a giant demonic monster and starts destroying the chamber just to recover his precious amulet from the Lin Kuei warrior. Sub-Zero jumps through a portal to Earthrealm and escaped with his life as well as with the amulet in his hand.
Mortal Kombat GoldEditIn Baraka's MK Gold ending, Quan Chi after taking over the Grand Palace of Edenia, basked in his newfound power on the stolen throne of Queen Sindel as the new king of Edenia while the Tarkatan warrior Baraka was forced to hide in the shadows. Quan Chi asked "Who is it that you're hiding from?", then he explained to Baraka that there is nothing to hide from: he explains the Elder Gods are dead, Raiden and his warriors are dead, thanks to Baraka, Shinnok is dead. He says everything in this "forsaken" realm is dead. Baraka later asked "How do we rule a realm with no one in it?" in his confusion. Quan Chi explained that this war was never about holding courts to mortals, it was about possession of power. Quan Ch now possessed that power. And Baraka is forced to live out his ancestors by living in a dead realm with a madman. He than attacked the false king with his blade as he's ready to make him pay with his life. But the real Quan Chi appeared out of nowhere saying "I haven't a life to give, you fool!". Baraka realized he killed the wrong Quan Chi when the corpse revealed to be a clever illusion, a decoy. Then he leapt and tries to murder the real Quan Chi but the sorcerer stopped him with his dark magic. Quan Chi laughed as he used his sorcery to blew Baraka into smithereens. The Tarkatan warrior was dead and the cruel sorcerer Quan Chi continued forward as the new king of Edenia.
The sorcerer Quan Chi has an another, different throne inside his hidden palace which is located within Outworld, and it made its appearance on the 9th episode "Quan Chi" of Mortal Kombat: Conquest and it was featured throughout the entire TV series. Quan Chi always sits comfortably on his elegant-looking black throne and awaits his three servants and miserable "sluts" Siann, Mika and Sora report back to him of their findings, success and failures as they seriously wished to never to test his patience and to suffer his wrath.
Quan Chi while sitting on his throne within his palace, once said "The best is yet to come," meaning his ominous future plans and the danger they bring will soon happen, and soon will be fulfilled.