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Fighting Style
Hua Chuan, Choy Lay Fut
Origin
Outworld
Weapon
Axe
Species
Collective of souls of slain warriors
Tagged
2d-3d artificial_life axe floating muffler red_outfit telekinesis teleport undead
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Games
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
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Initially available in Genesis and Super NES versions.
Arcade
Hidden Character
Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Hidden, unlockable character in Game.com version.
Playstation
Playable Character
Mortal Kombat Advance

Gameboy Advance
Playable Character
Mortal Kombat: Deception
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Playstation 2
Playable Character
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
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Playstation 2
Playable Character
Mortal Kombat: Unchained

Playstation Portable
Playable Character
Mortal Kombat (2011)
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Xbox 360
Playable Character
Portrayed by Michael McConnohie
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition
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Xbox 360
Playable Character
Portrayed by Michael McConnohie

Did you know?

Ermac Who?
On the diagnostics screen of the first arcade version of Mortal Kombat, there was a listing in the audit menu for "ERMACS", right below "REPTILE BATTLES". This led players to believe there was a hidden character called Ermac, so they wrote to several magazines, and even Midway itself, asking about his existance. ERMAC actually is short for "Error Macro", and no such character appears in Mortal Kombat. Midway put a scrambled message in Mortal Kombat II, which appears at the bottom of the screen after finishing the game: "CEAMR ODSE NTO EXITS" (an anagram of "Ermac does not exist"), and the hidden character Jade randomly appeared right before a match with the message "Ermac Who?". For Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, however, a new character called Ermac came to life.