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These include her references in other media, her possible endings in several of . Finally, when Shao Kahn perished in Mortal Kombat 9, Mileena took the She returns in Mortal Kombat Trilogy courtesy of Shinnok's magic, but as of a key part of Mileena's story in connection to her "father" Shao Kahn. Shao Kahn is a video game announcer introduced in Mortal Kombat II, and is a recurring . He would also be playable in the home ports of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, the Nintendo GameCube and the marriage would weaken the barriers between realms enough to allow Shao Kahn to seize Earth. Prior to the events detailed in the first Mortal Kombat, Shao Kahn was a nearly killed, but in the end Shao Kahn is defeated and forced to retreat back to Outworld. . (MK Trilogy, N64); The Emperor turns to the crowd of his Arena for approval, giving This same relationship was suggested in the adaptation Mortal Kombat.
This series drastically changed a key part of Mileena's story in connection to her "father" Shao Kahn. In the original games and in the new timeline, Shao Kahn states many times that he prefers and loves Mileena more than he ever did Kitana. In this comic series, however, Kahn says that he doesn't love Mileena at all because as close as she is to Kitana, she isn't quite the Princess.
Even under the messed up definition of love by a warlord, Mileena can't get any love in this series. This is not only because of Shao Kahn's influence on her but because of a gift granted to her by Shinnok. Telepathy isn't something one usually associates with a ravenous monster like Mileena. To help her in her task, Shinnok bestows the power to read her "sister" Kitana's mind.MK III Ending: SHAO KAHN
This ability must have been forgotten by the writers as the games went on because if Mileena has this power, how in the Netherrealm could she ever lose to her?
No love for Mileena, apparently. Armageddon ending because, hot darn, this ending would have been dark and bonkers.
In this possible future, Mileena had climbed to the top of the pyramid and slew the fire monster Blaze. With his magic flowing through Mileena and Kitana both, Mileena's mouth had been fixed!
She no longer had the fangs of a Tarkatan and actually looked like Kitana! Kitana, on the other hand, now looked like Mileena but couldn't convince anyone else what happened. Mileena locked her away in a dungeon where she went insane. Considering how long Kitana can live, that is centuries of insanity we're talking about. Naturally, these two have been paired up at numerous points, including the second game in the franchise, Mortal Kombat II.
If you really wanted it, I'm sure you can find plenty of images of Mileena and Baraka From there, Mileena seizes the throne and rules Outworld alongside her "secret companion" Baraka. This ending is most certainly out of character for Mileena, as she would never turn against Shao Kahn. But it does make me laugh at the thought of King and Queen Baraka and Mileena.
Through various means, she found herself on that throne twice, as I mentioned above. But that doesn't mean she didn't have to serve plenty of masters and do tons of grunt work before getting there.
Firstly, she had to serve her "father" Shao Kahn as a slayer and enforcer alongside Kitana. Once Kahn fell and Mileena was slain, she was drafted into service by Shinnok and worked as a spy against both Kahn's and Earthrealm's warriors. Once she was reborn, she had posed as Kitana to become Empress. But, in reality, she had to serve Onaga the Dragon King anyway.
Then the Dragon King fell in combat, but Shao Kahn returned and decimated her armies until she slunk back. Deadly Alliance wasn't the first game to feature weapons. It actually was the game which is considered the weakest of the actual fighting games, Mortal Kombat 4 and its remix Gold which featured the debut of usable weapons. That being said, it was a poorly implemented mechanic and nowhere is that more obvious than with Mileena.
There's a reason why Mortal Kombat Gold was considered super lazy by critics. Even a casual fan of Mortal Kombat can tell you that Mileena's weapon of choice is her twin sai. Well, somebody should have told the developers of Mortal Kombat Gold this, because Mileena uses a long sword as her weapon in this title. Thank the lord she was given back her sai in Mortal Kombat Deception.
Not only has he threatened Earthrealm many times, but he was a menace to Outworld for so long as he ruled it for thousands of years with an iron fist.
However, in just a few years of Mileena's rule, the denizens of Outworld considered her to be even madder than the late Emperor. In the Mortal Kombat X comic book series, her rule is looked on by her people to be even worse than Kahn's because of her instability and her tyrannical nature.
This leads to an uprising by series newcomer Kotal Kahn, who successfully overthrows her and becomes the new ruler. He isn't perfect, but compared to Mileena he is revered. When you're looked at as worse than Shao Kahn, you've got to be pretty awful.
With the captured Kano and Sonya Blade as bait, and enraging Liu Kang by sending Baraka and his troops to destroy the Shaolin temples, they confidently waited for the Earth warriors to fall into the trap. Despite Kahn's vast power, Liu Kang's determination saw him through, and he defeated the despot. Unwilling to accept defeat, Kahn called his armies to destroy the Earthrealm warriors.
They fled back to Earthrealm, out of Kahn's clutches. By this time, Shang Tsung was able to resurrect Queen Sindel in Earthrealm, and Kahn would be able to cross the border to claim her.
Kahn had Tsung proceed, and once he invaded Earthrealm, he began to merge it with his own realm of Outworld.
Nearly every living being in Earthrealm had their souls ripped from their bodies by Kahn, claiming them as his own. Kahn's day finally seemed to have come. Kahn sent extermination squads to hunt them down and kill the remaining survivors, but Lord Raiden had protected the souls of a handful of warriors. It would be their task to try to stop Kahn, and return Earthrealm to its normal state.
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In the ensuing fights, Kahn was confronted by Kung Laoanother Shaolin monk and descendant of the warrior Goro defeated to become champion of Mortal Kombat, but Kahn crushed him. It was Liu Kang who again managed to defeat Kahn. Worn down from the battle, Kahn recalled his squads and retreated back to Outworld. This stopped the merger with Outworld, and restored Earthrealm to its original status. To make matters worse for Kahn, many of his loyal soldiers had abandoned him, and Kitana had succeeded in turning Sindel to her side, restoring Edenia as an independent realm.
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Shao Khan's Ending Deception. PNG The emperor was now greatly weakened, and would remain so for a period of several years, remaining inactive during Shinnok 's war against the gods. The Edenians had in the meantime made peace and military treaties with the Shokanon whom Kahn had always heavily relied, and were ready to attack Outworld a few years later.
It was only through his new commander Kano's ingenuity, and the stealth of his unreliable assassin Noob Saibot who critically wounded Goro was Kahn able to save the day in a manner of speaking and force the Edenian army into a draw. Soon afterward, the sorcerers Quan Chi and Shang Tsung entered his throne room, and swore false allegiance to the emperor.
This would appear to be the demise of the mighty Kahn. In the GameCube version of Mortal Kombat: Deception it is revealed that Kahn did not die, and that it was a clone that Quan Chi and Shang Tsung killed. The real Kahn appeared to the wounded Goro and, using what little power he had left, revived him, thus gaining Goro and the Shokan as allies once again. In the events of Mortal Kombat: ArmageddonShao Kahn is the Emperor of Outworld once again.
It was revealed in the bios of Shang Tsung and Mileena that Shao Kahn had regained power after Onaga's defeat, by storming his own fortress then under the command of Mileena who had earlier deceived and used Kitana 's Edenian force to capture the fortress with the aid of Goro and Shang Tsung. When he succeeds in using his own brute force to storm the throne room, Mileena surrenders to him and Shao Kahn becomes Outworld's ruler once more.
Later on, he would go on to form an uneasy alliance with Quan ChiShang Tsungand Onaga in the hopes of defeating Blaze and seizing his God-like powers. In his ending, Shao Kahn makes his way to the top of Argus's Pyramid for the final confrontation with Blaze. Shao Kahn proved to be too powerful for Blaze and easily defeated him. Shao Kahn's armies destroyed what was left of his enemies, and with the power Shao Kahn received from defeating Blaze, he merges all the realms with Outworld.