Sagat (Street Fighter Alpha 3) says...
I promised this scar, that I would never be defeated again!
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Mortal Kombat Trilogy
9/1/1996
Playable Character
Unavailable in R-Zone, Game.com, and Tiger LCD versions.
Ed Boon (Voice Actor)
John Turk (Digitized Actor)
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Cage Conspiracy
After Mortal Kombat 2, Daniel Pesina (who played Johnny Cage and the male ninjas) used his Johnny Cage likeness to endorse some non-MK products including sports supplements, workout videos, and even Bloodstorm, another particularly violent fighting game. The subsequent controversy and falling out was supposedly a factor in both Johnny Cage (and the ninjas) absence in Mortal Kombat 3.
Elder God's Champion. . .not
Monster was originally an alternate outfit design for Scorpion while he was working the "Elder God's Champion" angle, bright white armor was ultimately decided just too far a departure from the character's trademark yellow ninja garb and shoehorned into a separate character entirely. Monster still shares all Scorpion's moves, mannerisms, and even the same plot function in Shujinko's Konquest mode.
Mr. Potty Mouth
In Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks, whenever Scorpion performs his Spear move, he will occasionally say "Get over here, bitch!" or "Get the fuck over here!"
Fatality imitates art
Scorpion's look (and possibly inclusion) in Injustice was inspired by comic book legend Jim Lee.
The Shirai Ryu Clan
A clan of ninja founded by the rogue Lin Kuei, Takeda. His newfound clan mocked the Lin Kuei with bright yellow variants of their signature garb, and the two clans became bitter rivals. The Shirai Ryu clan was utterly wiped out at Quan Chi's hands, as thanks for the elder Sub Zero's work in retrieving the amulet. Scorpion is believed to be their last.

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