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In Deception, Kitana appears in the endings for Sindel and Ermac, resembling an unmasked and blue-clad version of Mileena from this game. Kitana's main costume in MKX, notably less skimpy than usual,  was created to be different than it has been in the previous games. Kitana's fans during the production of MKII were not actually steel but made of a reflective paper material, and were Zamiar's own training fans.
Unchained after her absence in Deception. Most of Kitana's traditional special moves utilize her twin fan weapons, used as a melee weapon, as a thrown projectile, and to lift her enemies in the air. DC Universe and teleportation -based moves since Shaolin Monks. Like all playable characters in Mortal Kombat X, Kitana has three different style variations to choose from in this game, including her "Mournful" variation using Jade's special attacks such as "Shadow Kick" and weapons.
Her other MKX styles are the aggressive, fast and acrobatic Assassin, and the defensively-oriented Royal Storm, which expands on her fan-lifting abilities. According to Nintendo Power"with such a small repertoire, Princess Kitana will be sorely challenged by experienced warriors," even as her fan toss is faster than many other projectile attacks.
Now, her fan-raise combos have been severely crippled to almost not being worth it. Deadly Alliance, "Kitana stays at the top of the heap as far as kombatants go.
Shaolin Monks, Kitana is fought as a boss character twice in the game's main story mode and is one of unlockable player characters for the versus mode. Prima Games ' guide to Shaolin Monks states she is "quick enough for moderate damage, and has some of the most potent special moves in the game," but her limitation is she needs to be fighting at close range to make an use of it.
Armageddon, however, Prima declared Kitana "a tough character to win with" and "like many of the other low tier character types, she's lacking in almost every aspect" even as she "is a little better on defense than she is on offense".
DC Universe, on the other hand, called her "one of the more dangerous characters in the game due to her speed and extremely effective move-set. The guide recommended the "Mournful" variant for former Jade players, and the "Assassin" variant, which "tries to take the generally defensive style Kitana has in MKX and add some offensive firepower to it," for veteran Kitana players.
She first appears during the three-issue miniseries Goro: Kitana's enemies besides Mileena include Scorpion, who offers to take her as his new wife. She is the subject of a one-shot issue titled Kitana and Mileena: Sister Act, in which her royal background from the games is intact, only she is already an adult when Shao Kahn kills Jerrod and seizes the realm, before putting her under a spell that makes her forget her past life and instead believe she is Kahn's daughter.
Unlike in the game series' continuity, in the comic series Kitana has no interactions with neither Liu Kang nor Jade; instead, she has a closer relation with Kung Lao Shang Tsung even attempts to exploit this while taking Kitana's form. According to producer Lauri Apelian, "with Talisa and Bridgette [Wilson]we had two characters that were well rounded.
I didn't want the women to be cardboard characters. They needed to have a strength and an independence and an intellect that went well beyond their beauty and being sexy. In the movies, Kitana was portrayed by Talisa Sotowho was unmasked and wore less revealing, all-black costumes. In the first filmKitana is introduced as a companion of Shang Tsung, who is aware that she is a dangerous adversary due to her being the rightful heir of Outworld and may attempt to ally herself with the Earth fighters, and he therefore sends Reptile to spy on Kitana.
She eventually joins Liu Kang and the Earthrealm warriors to help them defeat the sorcerer. Kitana spends most of the sequel Mortal Kombat: Annihilation in Kahn's captivity after being captured by Scorpionbefore she faces Sindel during the final battle. Kitana's steel folding fans redesigned into several individual blades instead of solid all-metal appear once as her weapon, though she fights with them closed.
While Annihilation teases a romantic relationship between Kitana and Liu Kang, her background in both films consists only of her being the rightful heir to the Outworld throne. They do kiss at the end of Annihilation, and their kiss was actually supposed to be included in the first film too but the director Paul W.
Anderson did not like it. Princess Kitana is a main character in the television animated series Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realma loose adaptation of Mortal Kombat 3 influenced by the film, where she is voiced by Cree Summer.
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Like in the first film, no reference is made to any past loyalty to Kahn. Sean Catherine Derek's Writer Guide document for the show, as well as the official character guide,  describe Kitana as an "exotic", "gorgeous and outrageously sexy" woman, who is "extremely mysterious" as she "often speaks in mystical riddles.
In the episode "Swords of Ilkan", Kitana defeats her former ally named Zara, an original character. The episode "Abandoned" features a ninja girl named Ruby, a friend of Kitana a reworking of Jade. Montelongo filmed game footage in a single fourteen-hour session, and in a interview with fan site Dave's Mortal Kombat, she revealed that after MK3's release, she would visit arcades to watch people play as Sindel.
Sindel is the first character in the Mortal Kombat series who used the power of levitation as both a move used in combat and as a victory pose. She uses her screams as both stun moves and for some of her Fatalities. In the reboot, Sindel sported a similar but updated look resembling her MK3 appearance. She had no use of her hair as a weapon in Deception and Armageddon, but it returned in the reboot for both basic attacks and special moves. Prima Games considered Sindel well-balanced with a slight advantage over the game's other characters, while her "vast array of low attacks and multitude of projectiles and juggles bring her to the top of the food chain when it comes to the world of competitive Mortal Kombat.
Her fate after the invasion was ignored, with just Jerrod's death at the hands of Kahn and Shang Tsung shown. Annihilation In the film Mortal Kombat: AnnihilationSindel had a supporting role and was portrayed by South African actress Musetta Vander.
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Her general backstory with Kitana was kept intact, and in subplots exclusive to the film, she is named the new general of Shao Kahn's extermination squads following the death of Rainplus she works with Jade in luring the Earthrealmers into an ambush in Outworld, a task they fail and for which Jade is put to death. She uses all her MK3 special moves in the film, in separate attempts to defeat Raiden; for her "Hair Whip" maneuver, Vander's wig transformed into computer-generated razor-tipped braids that were rotoscoped onto her head.
After Kahn's death, Sindel is brought back to life with Kahn's curse over her broken. The film crew could not decide if the good Sindel should use another costume. Live Tourin which she was played by martial artist and stuntwoman Eileen Weisinger. Konquesther canon biography was acknowledged when Kitana declared that her mother had killed herself following the execution of King Jerrod, rather than be subservient to Kahn. In another signature Fatality, he morphs into a large dragon, chomping the upper body of his opponent.
The series' composer and co-designer John Vogel noted it to be his favorite Fatality due to how much Liu Kang's appearance changes.
He enters the tenth Mortal Kombat tournament in order to protect Earthrealm from being destroyed after having lost the previous nine tournaments. He defeats Grand Champion Goro and the tournament host, the nefarious sorcerer Shang Tsungand emerges as the new Mortal Kombat champion.
At the tournament, Liu Kang fights Shao Kahn, eventually overpowering the emperor. He once again defeats Shao Kahn, causing him and his forces to retreat back to Outworld. Deadly Alliancein which the titular partnership of Shang Tsung and fellow sorcerer Quan Chi join forces to kill him in the game's introductory sequence.
Deceptionan unknown party reanimates Liu Kang's corpse and sends it on a murderous rampage, causing Liu Kang's soul to attempt to control it.
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Though they successfully accomplish this task,  Liu Kang is still unable to fully regain control of his body in Mortal Kombat: Armageddonwhere he is playable along with the entire series roster and in which it is revealed that Raiden had revived Liu Kang's corpse in Deception. As a result, Liu Kang's spirit was forced to pass on into the afterlife. The game is a retelling of the storyline of the events leading up to Mortal Kombat II, and features the two Shaolin monks traveling to Outworld to find and defeat Shang Tsung, later ending in a fight with Shao Kahn and rescuing Kitana along the way.
In this game, Liu Kang appears as the protagonist of the first chapter of the Mortal Kombat story mode. When Shao Kahn is preparing to invade Earthrealm during the third game's events, all his allies are murdered by a soul-infused Sindel. This, coupled with Raiden's failed attempts in changing the future, causes Kang to grow more and more disillusioned with Raiden, engaging him in combat. In both timelines, Liu Kang meets the same fate. In the original timeline, he is killed by his nemesis, Shang Tsung, and his spirit lives as a force for good.
In the alternate timeline, Liu Kang is accidentally killed by his mentor, Raiden in the aftermath. This tie continues canonically in the Injustice 2 fighting game where Raiden is a guest character, stating during one of his opening dialogue scenes that Liu Kang's death still haunts him to this day.