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Mortal Kombat Fighters
Fighter ID:
Fighting Style(s)
Tang Soo Do, Escrima
Spiked Mace, Broadswords

Mortal Kombat 4
Mortal Kombat Gold
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Playstation 2
Unlockable via coffin in GameBoy Advance version.
Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition
Game Boy Advance
Mortal Kombat: Deception
Playstation 2
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Playstation 2
Mortal Kombat: Unchained
Playstation Portable
Mortal Kombat X
Playstation 3
Mortal Kombat (2011) / Mortal Kombat 9 (fan name)

Mortal Kombat
Kombat Rebooted
The Netherrealm has produced many vile beings, but none rival the Arch-Sorcerer Quan Chi. In lieu of Netherrealm demons, he prefers to resurrect deceased warriors for use in his sinister plans. Foremost among them is the tortured Shirai Ryu ninja Scorpion, who is Quan Chi's personal assassin. Quan Chi is building an army of such specters--the purpose of which has yet to be revealed. Another mystery is the sorcerer's involvement in the Mortal Kombat tournament. The Netherrealm has no stake in its outcome, which leads some observers to question his presence....
A New Dimension of Kombat
A free roaming sorcerer, powerful in the black arts, Quan Chi uses his abilities to free the now evil elder god Shinnok from his confines in the Netherealm. In exchange for his services, Shinnok has granted Quan Chi the position of arch-sorcerer of his now expanded Netherealm.
Deadly Alliance
Stranded in the Netherealm, Quan Chi was persistently tormented by the ninja spectre Scorpion. But with assistance from Moloch and Drahmin, Quan Chi discovered the truth about the amulet he had stolen from the fallen Elder God Shinnok. An ancient runestone bearing the likeness of his amulet revealed new information that would enable Quan Chi to traverse the realms through a network of ancient gateways. Narrowly evading Scorpion's wrath, he escaped the Netherealm through one of these gateways and emerged in an ancient tomb in Outworld.
Quan Chi had stumbled upon the ancient mummified army of the long-forgotten Dragon King. Writings on the King's sarcophagus had revealed that the army was invincible and that it could be revived. Quan Chi struck a deal with the sorcerer Shang Tsung to resuscitate the army in return for the constant supply of souls his amulet could unlock from a gateway to the Heavens. Before any alliance between the two could succeed, however, their two strongest opponents would have to be eliminated.
Return of the Dragon King
A sorcerer from the Netherealm, Quan Chi is a treacherous member of the Brotherhood of Shadow. He has deceived and manipulated countless fools into doing his bidding and betrayed many others. Shang Tsung was not wise to trust him.
MK Armageddon Endings
The defeat of Blaze enhanced Quan Chi's already-powerful sorcery beyond his imaginings. The surge of energy was so great that it shattered his medallion.

In his arrogance, Quan Chi ascended from Edenia to assault the Heavens. There he confronted me, with the Elder Gods at my side. The quest had been an elaborate trap designed to pinpoint the true source of disruption in the realms.

As punishment, Quan Chi was transformed into a Kamidogu -- the very medallion he had carried with him for so many years.

The Elder Gods cast the magical item back in time, at the exact point where Shinnok had first discovered it.

Fun Facts
Lost Kombatants
Ed Boon and the Mortal Kombat crew were working on several characters in Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe that would have served as downloadable content, including Quan Chi, Harley Quinn, Kung Lao, Mr. Mxyzptlk, Lobo, and Doomsday. However, with Midway's failing financial situation, and the advent of work beginning on the next entry in the series, the characters were scrapped. Reportedly, Quan Chi and Harley Quinn were the closest to completion.