During a mirror match, two possible interactions happen: The second Sub-Zero is revealed to be Bi-Han before his resurrection as Noob Saibot. He still retains the ability to shape the cold around his body into solid weaponry and thus, regularly uses an ice sword in battle, albeit with a different, much larger shape featuring a hand guard. While the unmasked version was omitted, his Babality sprite can be seen in Stryker's Friendship. The "Cyber" part of his name is not said by the announcer. Although he came close to victory, he was ultimately defeated and killed by Liu Kang (due to Kitana's previous advice) when he threw a bucket of water at Sub-Zero's freeze field, thus turning it to an icicle and piercing through him. Sub-Zero, in one incarnation or another, is the only character to have been playable in all Mortal Kombat games, with the exception of Mortal Kombat: Special Forces and Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition as well as the only character to have been playable in all of the original mainstream fighting games (other characters, such as Scorpion and Raiden, do appear in the updates for Mortal Kombat 3, but not in the original version). However, very little of Shaolin Monks is considered canon. However, this is no longer canon. He is one of the few combatants who can manipulate chi, the life energy of a martial artist. If this is used on an opponent who had failed a Throw Escape, the attack turns into a, If this combo string is performed in a combo of 8 or more hits or the combo string brings the combo to 8 hits, the combo string turns into a, If this combo is performed on the opponent as a. Throughout the span of the series, Sub-Zero's powers have continued to evolve. The other is. According to John Vogel, the Sub-Zero who taught the freezing abilities to Shujinko in his youth was not Bi-Han or Kuai Liang but an ancestor of them, possibly being either be their father or grandfather. Can not be performed an a frozen, airborne opponent. Kuai Liang would bear the name Sub-Zero in all future games, whereas Bi-Han would be resurrected as a wraith by Quan Chi and given the name Noob Saibot. In response, his former clan marked him for death, programming Cyrax, Sektor, and his former friend Smoke to hunt down and terminate him. He is one of the characters that are more oriented on defense thanks to his ability to counter attacks by freezing melee attackers who come into contact with him and being able to create several defensive ice constructs that usually freeze on contact such as icy orb traps, ice clones, ice barriers and ice armor. Sub-Zero is one of the few characters that actually refers to Noob Saibot as Bi-Han. Weapons In Defenders of the Realm, Sub-Zero is shown to grow weak and debilitated in hot environments. Interestingly, Sub-Zero is one of the few characters in the series to show signs of natural aging (faster than anyone due to the Dragon Medallion). Sub-Zero being transformed into a cyborg is referenced during an interaction with Bane in. Kuai Liang made his playable debut in Mortal Kombat II as the younger brother of Bi-Han, who was the original Sub-Zero in the first Mortal Kombat game. In sporadic appearances beginning with MK4, Sub-Zero bears a flexible ice sheet on his forearms, a sign of his growing power of cryomancy. Unlike the other Cyborgs, Cyber Sub-Zero's blood is blue instead of black ; there is no in-game explanation for why that is, but the assumption can be made that it is likely some kind of refrigerant. Sub-Zero was one of the original characters that lacked a Diamond Card, however with Update 2.0, he now received three cards of Diamond status. In Mortal Kombat II(1993), the original Sub-Zero Bi-Han's place is taken by his younger brother Kuai Liang, who was originally known by the codename Tundra before assuming his elder brother's to honor him. Sub-Zero as Cyber Sub-Zero is currently the only Cyborg Revenant to be created. Mortal Kombat Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. It is believed that Sub-Zero was unmasked in Mortal Kombat 3 to give him an identity of his own. Sub-Zero, along with Shao Kahn, cameo during Scorpion's intro in the game where Scorpion appears as a playable guest character. During a mirror match, one of the Sub-Zeros will reveal that they Bi-Han who had finally been freed from Quan Chi, however the other Sub-Zero will state they are actually Shang Tsung in disguise. His scar is still featured prominently. Sub-Zero can delay the activation, where he freezes himself, effectively turning the attack into a parry. Sub-Zero makes a cameo appearance in the Malibu Comics series Battlewave epilogue, in which, wearing his MK3 attire, freeze a group of Lin Kuei while proclaiming the clan is corrupted and no more worthy of the services of Sub-Zero. However, Kuai Liang is more serious, disciplined, humane, and honorable than Bi-Han ever was. Slide :   Back + Back + High and Low Kick, Ice Shatter :   Forward + Forward + Down + High Kick (sweep), Then Forward + Down + Forward + Forward + High Punch, Ice Grenade : Hold Low Punch, Back + Back + Down + Forward + release, Stage Fatality :  Down + Forward + Forward + Block (while close), Friendship : Back + Back + Down + High Kick (anywhere), Babality :  Down + Back + Back + High Kick (anywhere). He turned down an offer by Kung Lao to join him in the fight against Outworld. Machinima held a V.S. Kuai Liang bears a scar on his right eye. He has even surpassed his (late) brother Bi-Han's freezing ability, whose ice can reach temperatures up to -500° Fahrenheit which is way below absolute zero. His Grandmaster Card was originally the first card in the game with the self Resurrection ability. Scorpion eve… He retains the cyborg appearance when transformed into a Revenant, and is reverted back to his human form later in Mortal Kombat X. We encourage you to read our updated PRIVACY POLICY and COOKIE POLICY. In the tournament, he confronted Liu Kang again and engaged him in combat. The alliance quickly dissolved when people close to both warriors were killed. Both are blue garbed warriors who, at different times, have used the codename "Sub-Zero", and both are members of the Lin Kuei. In MK 2011 Sub-Zero was turned into a cyborg by the Lin Kuei after being captured, because of this his cyber form looked similar to Sektor and Cyrax, but his dominant color was blue and his head looked different. According to interactions with Noob Saibot and a mirror match encounter with himself, the name Sub-Zero was originally their grandfather's. Such ice constructs include swords, daggers, hammers, axes, spears, shields, walls, spikes, statues and more. After winning a match with a Brutality, Sub-Zero may either spawn an ice klone performing his klassic victory pose, a snow man, or a polar bear. As a cyborg, Sub-Zero's natural strength is further enhanced through cybernetics. Like Cyrax, he has the ability to teleport by separating his limbs and reconfiguring at a different location. Sub-Zero, along with Raiden and Reptile, has the weakest X-ray attack, dealing only 31% damage. Unlike his previous appearance, he did not wear a hood, but still retained his mask. Sub-Zero appeared in the cartoon Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm as one of the leading characters, in which he was voiced by Luke Perry from Beverly Hills 90210. Although Sub-Zero originally had blue eyes, they turned white after obtaining the Dragon Medallion. video featuring Scorpion and Sub-Zero where fans could vote on who would win. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Mortal Kombat IIMortal Kombat 3Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3Ultimate Mortal KombatMortal Kombat AdvanceMortal Kombat TrilogyMortal Kombat 4Mortal Kombat GoldMK: Deadly AllianceMK: Tournament Edition (cameo)MK: DeceptionMK: Shaolin MonksMK: UnchainedMK: ArmageddonMK vs. DC UniverseMortal Kombat (2011)Mortal Kombat XMortal Kombat X (Comic Series)Mortal Kombat MobileMortal Kombat 11 Kuai Liang (Chinese language: 奎良; Wade-Giles: Kuài Liáng; meaning "Quick Cooling"), better known as Sub-Zero (绝对零度, "Absolute Zero")[1], Grandmaster (of the Lin Kuei), and formerly known as Tundra and briefly as the cyborg LK-52O, is the Grandmaster of the Lin Kuei assassin clan in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. For the Elder Sub-Zero, visit Noob Saibot/Moveset. Ice Scepter (MK4, MKG)Kori Blade (MK:DA, MK:D, MK:U, MK:A, MKvsDCU, MK 2011, MKX, MK11)Cybernetic Weapons (MK 2011)Ice Daggers (MKX, MK11)Ice Hammer (MKX)Ice Pollaxe (MK11) Games In MK4, he wore the traditional uniform his brother wore, but again wears an updated version of his MK3 outfit in Deadly Alliance featuring Chinese characters. Sub-Zero also killed a Grandmaster who attempted to bar him from meeting his original family from before his Lin Kuei days. Resides This is also the same for Kung Lao, Liu Kang, Kitana and Scorpion. They are descended from Cryomancers, an exiled Edenian race possessing the ability to generate and control ice. His color for his, Sub-Zero sports a beard with a scar over his right eye with a completely different outfit, but equipping certain head pieces in the game reveals that he has no beard and lacks his scars. Throughout the Mortal Kombat series, Sub-Zero's abilities have grown more powerful; he was capable of killing an entire city's population while amplified by Blood Magik and was able to freeze a large building and shattered it with one punch. Scorpion believed he was dead, but he was then informed that he killed his older brother. Sub-Zero's Klassic Card is the only card in the game that performs both special attacks for his Special 2, as his Passive alternates both attacks for the Special 2 for a chain attack. This aesthetic choice was carried over into MKX with his Cryomancer variation and in his guest appearance in Injustice 2, and can alternate between this and normal looking arms. While he has a noticeably lighter frame, he appears to easily be the strongest and most capable of the cyborg ninjas, not only for soundly defeating his former Lin Kuei brethren Sektor and his older brother, but also both Shokan champions, Kintaro and Goro single-handed at the same time. This same sword was also used by Scorpion in the same game. Interestingly, Shinnok can steal the Brutality in his Impostor variation while Triborg simply borrows the finisher. Whether this character's naming convention was chosen to represent Sub-Zero's status as an Outworlder that was born in the Earthrealm or, alternatively, is merely a happy coincidence to the character is unknown. His grandmaster outfit seen in, Another reason for this could simply just be a character redesign specifically for the game, ignoring the consistency in his appearances in the past games as a result, similar to Scorpion's redesign for. In the second timeline, revealed in the Mortal Kombat X comic series, it was Kano who created the scar. The younger Sub-Zero also makes a brief appearance in Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. He was later killed by Sindel, with his soul afterwards being one of the many claimed by Quan Chi, who later restored him to his human form after deeming technology unreliable. To unlock Cyber Sub-Zero, the player needs to defeat him in Chapter 13 of. Kuai Liang o anteriormente Bi-Han, más conocido como Sub-Zero, es un personaje ficticio de la saga de videojuegos Mortal Kombat.Sub-Zero es el personaje más popular en la serie de Mortal Kombat junto con Scorpion. He takes the mantle of Sub-Zero in his later appearances in the series but reappears under his original alias of Tundra in Mortal Kombat (2011) before again going under the mantle of Sub-Zero. In MK 2011, Sub-Zero could create Katanas out of ice to use combos, though not as a full on weapon as the Katanas melt shortly afterwards. The brothers would then be trained as Lin Kuei assassins. He confronts Liu Kang, Johnny Cage, and Sonya Blade alongside Scorpion, and the two prepare to fight the trio before being incapacitated by Raiden. His outfit was similar to his earlier appearance, but twisted by the sensibilities of the Netherrealm, which included a steel spine-like decoration on his back and a more armored vest. In his case, he is the enigmatic hero who shows up to aid the protagonists when needed. Around Mortal Kombat 3, Sub-Zero was given a scar over his right eye to help differentiate himself from his older brother. 1 Mortal Kombat II 1.1 Special Moves 1.2 Finishers 2 Mortal Kombat 3 / Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 / Mortal Kombat Trilogy 2.1 Combos 2.2 Special Moves 2.3 Finishers 3 Mortal Kombat 4/Gold 3.1 Special Moves 3.2 Fatalities 4 Mortal Kombat 4 (GameBoy Color) 4.1 Special Moves 4.2 Fatality 5 Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance 5.1 Shotokan 5.2 … Like most of the MK cast, Kuai Liang follows a character archetype. Upon being freed from Quan Chi's control, he wears an outfit similar to his MK3 and MKDA appearances, but allowed his facial hair to grow out. If Sub-Zero successfully lands three amplified. He has the lightest frame of all cyborgs, going as far as to have his brain shown after a few strikes. This version of ninja Sub-Zero can perform the moves of unmasked Sub-Zero in addition to his own, though not his finishers. The Lin Kuei were later forced into a partnership with Scorpion on orders from Shao Kahn, who believed that the combined strength of the two fighters would finally result in the death of Kung Lao after their individual failures. By channeling his chi, Sub-Zero can use it to enhance the power behind his physical strikes and make them strong enough to send other combatants flying with each strike he lands on them. Horrified by the Lin Kuei's cyberization initiative, Kuai Liang openly rebelled and eventually left the clan altogether in horror and disgust, thereby breaking the sacred codes of honor. The names of his shaders reference events or characters connected to him throughout the. During Sub-Zero's Mortal Kombat (2011) arcade ending, a warrior in shadow can be seen performing the infamous Spine Rip fatality on another warrior. After Bi-Han was murdered by Scorpion, Kuai Liang swore to avenge him. The scar was first featured to be red, only to later change blue as a result of Sub-Zero's enhanced powers. In Mortal Kombat X, Sub-Zero regained his human form and became a Revenant serving under Quan Chi. Sub-Zero was portrayed by Keith Cooke, who appeared as Reptile in the first movie. Ray Lloyd, a regional Karate champion, played the role for several years. Shotokan (MK:DA, MK:D, MK:U, MK:A)Dragon (MK:DA, MK:D, MK:U) He is the only character with a Fatality that puts his opponent into a. Sub-Zero's Klassic card is one of three Challenge Cards added to the Faction Wars store after its initial Challenge. This new warrior is actually the younger brother of the original Sub-Zero. Combat Characteristics (as Cyber Sub-Zero). Sub-Zero is currently the only character to change from two different Revenant forms before returning to Human form. This means that the, In Cyber Sub-Zero's moves list, under the enhanced attacks it will read, Cyber Sub-Zero is one of the only five characters that does not fight a good character in, Despite not being present in the original timeline, Cyber Sub-Zero received a. Cyber Sub-Zero's unit designation LK-52O, unlike the ones used by Sektor LK-9T9, Cyrax LK-4D4 and Smoke LK-7T2, has the two numbers before the letter rather than the number separating them. Around Deadly Alliance, he is depicted with slight wrinkles and graying hair, which has begun to bald around the time of Deception. It is unknown who the purple shader represents as the only purple ninja, It could represent the ninja, Smoke, who was a secret character in the series along side Reptile and others. Must connect a number of hits before finishing with an amplified. If the opponent is frozen from the parry effect, Sub-Zero can cancel the attack which leaves the opponent open for any other attack. Kuai Liang Despite not being a playable character in. Sub-Zero also has the option to cancel the attack, though it can only be done once it is turned into a parry. In the N64 version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, the unmasked Sub-Zero was nowhere to be found, due to the N64's lack of ROM space of the cartridge, though the ninja Sub-Zero is still present. He still retains his old cryomancy powers and wields the same skill he had when he was human, but these have been translated into a fighting style especially suited for his unique frame, taking attributes from both his original form and Cyrax. However, as seen in Deception, the scar eventually faded away, possibly as a result of the Dragon Medallion's power. The alternative Chinese characters for his name are "快涼", literally meaning "Fast and cool". His ability to freeze is strong enough to turn the body's water content, flesh and bone into brittle ice with just a single tap of his fingers. This idea may have been taken from his guest appearance in. General Information Harry Shum Jr. portrays Kuai Liang in Mortal Kombat: Legacy season 2. While he can fire ice blasts in an instant from his chest cavity, he still performs the charging motion subconsciously to help focus his power. His deadly ability to freeze comes from the process of him absorbing the air around him and storing it before releasing it as a cold substance or simply lowering the temperature of the surrounding air to create ice constructs. Aside from flash-freezing opponents, Sub-Zero also has the ability to instantly conjure up an ice statue of himself to act as both a scapegoat and a 'landmine' of sorts as any who touch it instantly flash freeze. Under his stewardship, the Lin Kuei would be reformed and rebuilt into a force for good. In Mortal Kombat Armageddon, Sub-Zero's ninja outfit retains the scar, while his alternate outfit, his Deception armor does not, due to re-using models from two different games. Additionally, due to the recovery bonus, Sub-Zero can perform airborne attacks after using this attack and launching the opponent in the air. Species Must not block an attack for the entirety of the final round. This is likely depicting Scorpion's death by the original Sub-Zero, Bi-Han, in the Shaolin Temple. Kuai Liang's strong moral principles have also brought him into conflict with his own clan. Afterwards Sub-Zero disappears, and is not seen again for the remainder of the movie. Ever since he takes possession of the Dragon Medallion, the scope of Sub-Zero's powers and abilities has increased significantly. It has since been established that both brothers were kidnapped by the Lin Kuei when they were still children as was revealed in Sub-Zero's trailer for Mortal Kombat 2011. Amplifying the attack has Sub-Zero hop and stomp down on the ground, causing additional spikes to appear, knocking the opponent off their feet for increased damage. While "Liáng" is a fairly common first name in mainland China (direct translation = "Good"), "Kuí" as a last name/surname establishes the person as a "foreigner from another kingdom" to China (as the name originated from either Mongolia or from the Manchu). In Armageddon's Motor Kombat Sub-Zero drives a blue snow mobile with spiked tires and his special is to send an Iceball to another driver. Unlike the other cyborg ninjas, Cyber Sub-Zero has a unique tint of blue for his blood. As a member of the Lin Kuei, Sub-Zero has attained a great degree of skill in many forms of hand-to-hand combat. Like the others, his skin turned pale and his veins glowed yellow along with his eyes. In Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks, the player witnesses Kung Lao vertically slashing Sub-Zero's face with his hat, resulting in bloodshed and ultimately a scar. Renders from Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks also give him white eyes. [2]. Sub-Zero and his brother are mentioned in the short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, by Sonya Blade and Jax Briggs, in an attempt to gain Scorpion's trust, and get him to enter Shang Tsung's tournament. It is believed this secretitive member of the Lin Kuei, a legenary clan of Chinese ninjas has traveled into the Outworld to again attempt an assassination of Shang Tsung. While he has lost the ability to make ice clones, he is instead given the ability to flash-freeze himself temporarily, passing the freeze to melee attackers for a quick counterattack. Sub-Zero in his Cryomancer Variation is the only character with an uppercut that hits Mid rather than High. He has also been shown to control and influence the cold aspects of the weather, although this aspect of his powers seems to be tied to his emotional state. An ancestor of Sub-Zero, played by J. J. Perry, also appeared in the live-action TV series Mortal Kombat: Conquest, as a Lin Kuei assassin hired by Shang Tsung to defeat Kung Lao and retrieve from his home a magic crystal that had the ability to transport its keeper to other dimensions. Any character who picked up the Ice Wand if it was dropped could use it to freeze Sub-Zero, though using it twice in succession would freeze the player similar to the behavior of Sub-Zero's freeze move. His Legendary Multiverse item also grants a bonus using the same name. A parody character called Absolute Zero appears in the game, Fans of the Saudi Arabian soccer team known as Al-Hilal have payed tribute to Sub-Zero & the Mortal Kombat series before their club's matches first by showing Sub-Zero's face and then showing the words: "Finish 'em. As Liu Kang rushes to the assistance of Sub-Zero, Scorpion teleports away from the battle, with Kitana as his captive. Being descended from a race of Outworld inhabitants known as Cryomancers, Kuai Liang has the innate ability to control ice in many forms. However, they were born in Earthrealm and only the younger Sub-Zero would discover his heritage (in the original timeline). In episode 2 (Sting of the Scorpion) he confronts and is defeated by Scorpion, only to be succeeded by Liu Kang. In Mortal Kombat: Deception, his scar seems to have faded to the point where it can no longer be seen. When filming Mortal Kombat 3, the unmasked Sub-Zero costume was red, as shown in the Mortal Kombat history section featured in Deadly Alliance, due to the photo capture technology used to recolor character sprites. Sub-Zero no longer has the scar in Mortal Kombat (2011), having not received it in the alternate timeline, though he later receives a similar facial scar after being cut by Kano in the Mortal Kombat X comic. Sub-Zero dresses in the familiar blue-garbed ninja-like uniform. His last important episode is Episode 5 (Old Friends Never Die) in which he is attacked by former friend Smoke, and is able to free his soul and later take on the Lin Kuei Grandmaster. Sub-Zero makes a cameo appearance in Injustice: Gods Among Us and a playable guest character Injustice 2 2. Kuai Liang would become a frequent supporting character after his debut. On rare occasions, the text remains on the screen even when the Brutality text appears on the screen as well. He is naturally used to the cold temperatures of his turf and is able to resist other Cryomancers' freezing abilities as shown in the Mortal Kombat X comic series where Frost fails to freeze Sub-Zero's arms. Also, when Cyber Sub-Zero's slaving protocols are disengaged, the electronic readout shows that his brain function was lowered. Gender Cyber Sub-Zero is the only character whose ending is mute. Mortal Kombat 2 at IGN: walkthroughs, items, maps, video tips, and strategies Daniel Pesina (MKII)Joshua Y. Tsui (MKII)John Turk (MK3, UMK3, MKT, MKAdvance, MK4, MKG)Keith Cooke (MK: Annihilation)Ryan Watson (Live Tour)J.J. Perry (Conquest)Luke Perry (DotR)John Tobias (MK4, MKG)Rom Barkhordar (MK:SM, MK:A)Jim Miller (MKvsDCU, MK 2011) Steven Blum (MKX, Injustice 2, MK11) John Wusah (MKL2) Harry Shum Jr. (MKL) Tony Chung (MK11) (Model) Dimitri Vegas (MK11, DLC Skin) (Model and Voice). If the opponent attacks Sub-Zero while this is done, they will freeze in place. Origin In early versions of Mortal Kombat 4, Sub-Zero was able to draw a broadsword to use in battle. A red and yellow shader reference his fellow Lin Kuei clan members Sektor and Cyrax who were subjected to the cyberization of his clan known as the Cyber Initiative, with shaders being named. With the exception of reflected Brutalities, Sub-Zero's. He is shown to be able to teleport in the, Sub-Zero is featured on the main cover art for, Sub-Zero appears as the first guest character in, This is the first game in which Sub-Zero's, This was more than likely taken from Scorpion's, Sub-Zero is the third character to have broken the 4th wall after, Although most of his assets were imported from. In the original timeline, he received it sometime prior to the events of Mortal Kombat 3. His alternate costume from Deadly Alliance and beyond is more of a stream-lined version of his original costume featuring the Dragon Medallion on the right side of his chest. The Dragon Medallion has not just increased the power of his freezing ability, but it has also given him another source of chi to channel power from. A shader representing his own cyber form is obtainable as well. He … 'Mortal Kombat X': Kombat Class - Blue Steel Sub-Zero. Originally, Sub-Zero was depicted with Asian facial features as revealed in the ending when unmasked, due to his Chinese-American heritage. The second Sub-Zero is revealed to be Kuai Liang and Bi-Han's Grandfather, the first Sub-Zero, where Kuai Liang fights to truly earn the mantle of, Kuai Liang and Noob Saibot are the only klassic trilogy era-based fighters in, When interacting with Raiden, Raiden discuss about a dream he had, which Sub-Zero will reply with "of a, It is further referenced in an interaction with. Since Mortal Kombat 3, Sub-Zero has had a scar running from his forehead across his right eye, but in the early arcade version of Mortal Kombat 4 and Deadly Alliance, this was forgotten, each time leading to speculations that his older brother had returned. After saving Liu Kang and Kitana from an assassination attempt by Smoke, he fights and is temporarily subdued by Scorpion. In this, he is portrayed as the younger brother of Bi-Han without morals or honor, using Scorpion's son, Jubei, as bait to attempt to lure him into an ambush. Bi-Han appeared as Sub-Zero in the first Mortal Kombat tournament, while Kuai Liang went by the codename "Tundra". The others are Klassic Scorpion and Klassic Ermac. In Deadly Alliance, Deception and Armageddon, Sub-Zero used a large broadsword formed of solid ice called the "Kori Blade." Bi-Han and Kuai Liang were born to a Cryomancer father and a Chinese-American human mother. He took his brother's former codename, Sub-Zero, as a means of honoring his brother. This is possibly due to the amplifications his powers have undergone during the time, as in MK:DA, his arms became frozen over, and his scar turned blue as well as his hair graying. [2] El personaje es un luchador formidable que posee la capacidad innata de controlar el hielo en muchas formas. To do so, he must fight his way throught Shao Kahn's tournament. Amplifying the attack now has Sub-Zero send a fast moving Ice Ball that can strike ducking opponents, can continue combos in certain instances and destroys any incoming projectiles. Additionally in his guest appearance in Injustice 2, a frost aura comes from Sub-Zero's hands, a trait that also carries over to Mortal Kombat 11. Sub-Zero can change his Ice Hammer to an Ice Axe, this only being achievable if his weapon is changed to Aftermath Set weapon or his Legendary Multiverse item which turns it into a battle axe. The Dragon Medallion and his ancestral armor increased and amplified his martial arts and ice-related abilities, as shown in his Deception Arcade ending. After the timeline change, he originally features blue eyes, but these later turn white after he is revived by Raiden. Amplifying the attack now causes the attack to deal damage in addition to freezing the opponent and setting them up for a free hit. Portrayers In Deception, Sub-Zero dons an ancient armor once worn by his Cryomancer ancestors. Sub-Zero's Arcade ending reveals that he arrived in the, The name of Sub-Zero's Super Move, "Deep Freeze", is a, possibly unintentional, reference to the episode of the same name from, It has also been the name of his past two X-Ray attacks from. There are two incarnations of Sub-Zero, both of whom are siblings: older brother Bi-Han, and younger brother Kuai Liang. In Deception, now wearing the armor of his ancestors in addition to the Dragon Medallion from MK:DA, Sub-Zero's skin has become far more pale than a normal human's.

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