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The Mortal Kombat World
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Kotal Khan,     Sub Zero,       De'vourah,     Scorpion,     Raiden,     Cassie Cage
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Scorpion     Shao Khan     Raiden     Mileena     Sub Zero
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In life he was Bi-Han, the Elder Sub-Zero.
He completed many missions, some of them required him to kill people which he did with no remorse or mercy. He would be hired by Quan-Chi, a sorcerer, to acquire Shinnok's sacred amulet for him, an item the sorcerer could not obtain himself. Unknown to Bi-Han is that Quan Chi also also hired Scorpion from a rival ninja clan to accomplish the same task. The two ninjas were both equally skilled and fought over their prize, Bi-Han defeated Scorpion and ripped his head off. Bi-Han was puzzled by Quan Chi's actions and he demanded answers upon delivering the amulet. Quan Chi insisted that he only wanted to ensure the retrieval of the item should Bi-Han fail. As payment, Quan Chi delivered the bones of Scorpion's clan.
Things were not done yet as Raiden would appear before Bi-Han and tell him of his folly, saying that Quan Chi wanted to use the amulet to free his master Shinnok, a fallen Elder God from the Netherealm, and told him how he could redeem himself. Bi-Han then embarked on a mission to the Netherealm to retrieve the amulet from Quan Chi and Shinnok. His trials were pressing as he fought the minions of hell, but he succeeded in taking back the artifact and was rescued by Raiden before Shinnok could kill him. However, while there he was offered by Quan Chi to join the Brotherhood of the Shadow and worship Shinnok, to which Bi-Han refused. But more to the point, Quan Chi revealed that he could only enter the Netherealm because his soul was tainted by evil. Worried, Bi-Han asked Raiden if it was true, Raiden confirmed it but told him that he could change his fate.
Bi-Han was later hired to assassinate Shang Tsung, the host of the Mortal Kombat tournament. He then participated in the tournament in order to get close to him, but was engaged in battle with Scorpion whom was now a hell-spawned specter and killed him. Bi-Han's tainted soul went into the Netherrealm where it would be changed forever, as the seed of evil Quan Chi and Raiden had seen would be given the chance to grow. Bi-Han, once known as the Elder Sub-Zero would now become the dark wraith known only as Noob Saibot.
In the Netherealm, Noob Saibot would become a member of the Brotherhood of the Shadow and loyal follower of Shinnok, ruler of the Netherealm. He would be sent to serve Shao Kahn as a double agent, in a plot by Shinnok and Quan Chi. After Shinnok and Quan Chi failed in their quest after Shao Kahn's defeat, Noob Saibot would continue to feign loyalty to Shao Kahn, and mortally wounded Goro when the Shokans rebelled against Shao Kahn. Noob Saibot however would grow tired of being a servant and sought power for himself, he discovered Smoke's inactive body and re-programmed him to serve him, and together Noob Saibot plotted to conquer the Netherealm and achieve god-like power.
The recent Mortal Kombat 9 series reboot involves an altered timeline, in which Noob's story remains fundamentally unchanged. Towards the game climax Quan Chi performs a spell to create a soulnado, and Sub-Zero confronts Noob Saibot. It is at this point he reveals himself as the elder brother, Bi Han, whom was resurrected by Quan Chi, and swiftly severs all ties with his former kin. Sub-Zero is able to defeat him in battle, but this is but a hollow victory as he is unable to halt the conjurings of Quan Chi, which creates a soulnado. Knightwolf arrives on scene, sensing the magical disturbance, and subdues Quan Chi. He then engages Noob Saibot who is also defeated, and kicked into the soulnado, which seemingly kills him and consequently destroys the sorcerer's construct.
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150 million years ago, an Elder named Shinnok coveted the Earthrealm and sought to take it as his own, defying his duties as an Elder God since Elders are supposed to remain out of mortal affairs when possible out of fear from awakening the One Being. A great battled ensued where a great deal of life went extinct on Earth, but Raiden was able to defeat the Elder and cast him into the Netherealm.
At some point he was appointed the protector of the Earthrealm by the Elder Gods. He took his duty seriously and aided Earth's warriors as much as possible, giving them advice and guidance since he wasn't allowed to interfere directly. Before the current Mortal Kombat tournament, Raiden became aware that Sub-Zero was hired by Quan Chi to steal a magical amulet once belonging to Shinnok. Raiden appeared before Sub-Zero and informed him of his folly and gave him the chance to redeem himself, offering him guidance and later saving him from Shinnok's grasp.
When the Earth warriors defeated Shang Tsung and Goro in the 10th Mortal Kombat tournament, Shao Kahn, being a former champion, challenged Liu Kang himself. However since Shao Kahn is not allowed entry into the Earthrealm, the Earth warriors had to venture to Outworld, Shao Kahn's domain. Raiden went with them, however the Elder Gods made him give up his godhood to do so.
Raiden and the Earth warriors would come to learn that Shao Kahn had tricked them and when Raiden returned to the Earthrealm he regained his power and protected many warriors from getting their souls taken by Shao Kahn, allowing them to fight back, but Raiden himself couldn't help any more since the Earthrealm was merging with Outworld.
 
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Liu Kang follows the teachings of the Shaolin White Lotus Society and was sent to the Temple of Light to defeat Shang Tsung. He desired to defeat Shang Tsung and bring the tournament back to its Shaolin owners. Liu Kang was trained by Master Bo'Rai Cho, who taught him the Flying Kick. As he made his way to the tournament, he met and became friends with Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade. At the time of Liu Kang's entry, Outworld had won nine Mortal Kombat tournaments in a row. Upon hearing of Goro's defeat, Shang Tsung challenged him. After an epic battle, Liu Kang defeated Shang Tsung with his Flying Kick, emerging as the new champion of Mortal Kombat.
Coming home from Tsung's island, he found many of his Shaolin killed in a vicious attack by a Tarkatan horde. Enraged, Liu Kang decided to travel to Outworld, backed by fellow White Lotus member and spiritual brother Kung Lao, Raiden, Sub-Zero's younger brother and Smoke to seek revenge. Before he traveled to Outworld Liu Kang went to Hollywood to seek Johnny Cage's help.
Luckily, Liu Kang arrived at the right time as Cage was being attacked by a Tarkatan horde. Now joined with Johnny and new found friend Jax they finally traveled to Outworld. At the tournament, he and Kung Lao met Kitana, and Liu Kang began to fall in love with her. He learned the true nature of the Outworld tournament but competed anyway. While it is unclear as to what matches took place, it is known that Liu Kang fought Shao Kahn, eventually overpowering the emperor Shao Kahn. Near defeat, Kahn ordered his forces to destroy the earth fighters, forcing earth's heroes to return home and to begin preparing for the coming invasion.
After returning home to Earthrealm, Liu Kang, along with Kung Lao, began training a new generation of Shaolin Warriors, but was interrupted when the invasion began. As Kahn's extermination squads were sent to kill Earth's chosen warriors, Liu Kang found himself the primary target. Kung Lao who went against Kahn was neraly beaten to death. Enraged, Liu Kang, who thought Kung Lao perished, challenged the Emperor to Mortal Kombat, and after the final battle, he defeat Shao Kahn again, causing him and his forces to retreat back to Outworld. The souls that Khan had trapped were set free and, just before the protal closed, Liu Kang was thanked by Kitana for his part in saving both Earth and her realm from Shao Kang.
Liu Kang traveled to America to look for a new generation of Shaolin warriors to train. While there in America, he met his old friend Kai. The two then traveled back to China, where Liu Kang trained Kai to be a Shaolin Warrior. However, the peace was not to last, as the fallen Elder God Shinnok had escaped from Netherrealm through a portal to Edenia. Upon learning that Kitana had been captured, Liu Kang sent out his own to save her, but he was unsuccessful. Liu Kang returned to Earth, where he began gathering Earth's warriors to save and assist his mentor, Raiden.
Eventually, Liu Kang confronted the fallen Elder God Shinnok and once again emerged victorious, effectively ending his attack on Earth. Liu Kang returned to Shaolin Temples, believing he has lost Kitana forever. However, the Edenian Princess appeared through a portal from Edenia and thanked Liu Kang for all he had done. She offered him a change to join her at the throne of Edenia. However, due to the responsibilities as a Mortal Kombat Champion, Liu Kang was forced to decline her offer.
For some years, Liu Kang went on to enjoy relative peace. However, the Deadly Alliance would make itself known on Earth by its successful assassination attempt of Liu Kang. Shang Tsung posed as Kung Lao and snuck up on the champion as he was practicing his katas. Shang Tsung was assisted by Quan Chi, who caught Liu Kang in the back with a projectile. Shang Tsung used this distraction to gain the upper hand and snapped Liu Kang's neck and proceeded to consume his soul. Liu Kang's mutilated body was discovered by his friend Kung Lao, and he was laid to rest at the Wu Shi Academy, where a shrine was built to honor him.
In the events of Mortal Kombat: Deception, Raiden released his godlike essence in order to destroy Onaga, killing Shang Tsung and presumably Quan Chi in the process. While it is unknown whether or not Quan Chi and Shang Tsung are truly dead, it has been established that the thousands of souls that Tsung consumed in the past were released, including that of Liu Kang. Furthermore Raiden, now somehow corrupted in his reformation, reamimated Liu Kang's body and sent it on a rampage, slaughtering many of Liu Kang's fellow Shaolin monks. Liu Kang's spirit decided to stay in Outworld to assist in the war against Onaga, but he soon discovered his body's "resurrection" and was mad at what he had done. Although Liu Kang wasn't technically responsible, he couldn't help but feel responsibility for the actions committed by his corporeal form. He also learned about his comrades and how they had been enslaved by Onaga. From there, Liu Kang enlisted the mysterious ninja Ermac as an ally and had two missions to complete. The first was to try and save his friends from Onaga with Ermac, the second to defeat and stop his body from doing further harm. In Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, he accomplished
his first task by saving his friends but was unable to reunite his body and soul. He was accompanied by Kitana in order to find a way for him to merge with his body again. They later met up with Nightwolf, who still drained after using his shamanic powers on Onaga, offered to look after Liu Kang after using what magic he had left to relieve Katana of her burden. In his ending, players that upon defeating Blaze, Liu Kang's body and soul reunited, and he gained the power of a god. Liu Kang then confronted the corrupted Raiden, and reluctantly defeated him in an epic clash. With the consent of the Elder Gods, he replaced Raiden as Protector of Earthrealm.
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