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Kintaro is the Major Antagonist from Mortal Kombat who makes His Debut in Mortal Kombat 2 as a Sub-Boss replacing His Younger Brother, Goro. He also appears in the Ongoing Game.

He is a Fire Unit who affiliates and joins Shao Kahn and is One of the Powerful Monsters in the Histories the Others was Mileena and Motaro. Kintaro also cares about taking down Jax Briggs after He retreats Be cuz He has to stops Shao, Shang Tsung and Shinnok.

He was Now voiced by Dave B. Mitchell in the Mortal Kombat Legends Adaptions and Formerly Rhasaan Orange in the Video Games until then.

Full Synopsis

Mortal Kombat II

After hearing about Prince Goro's defeat, Kimtaro made a vow to avenge him and swore to prove his loyalty to Shao Kahn. He lead a host of Tarkatans to Earthrealm, where they attacked Johnny Cage, but failed to kill him after the other warriors of Earthrealm intervened. After Shang Tsung's defeat at the hands of Liu Kang, Kintaro challenged the monk, only to lose as well.

Mortal Kombat 7: the Armageddon

In the Konquest mode of Mortal Kombat 7: the Armageddon, Kintaro appeared in Lord Shinnok's Spire where he fought against Taven. However, he was revealed tp be an illusion that the fallen Elder God had created to test the Edenian demigod.


In Kintaro's Non-Canon Ending, He takes down the Both Arms of Blaze and was offered four magical swords that could possesses the of any other fighters he desired. The Shokan warrior chose fire, ice, order, and chaos, causing the swords to slay and absorb the souls of Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Hotaru and Havik. Kintaro then took up these swords and slew his enemies, gaining even more power, making it so no one would ever challenge him again.

Mortal Kombat 9: 2011

Kintarō does not appear until the second Mortal Kombat tournament. After Shang Tsung and Quan Chi were both defeated by Kung Lao, Kintaro was brought out to face him, but was defeated as well.


Kintarō possesses a Tiger-Like Appearance Unique to Himself, though this may be an aspect of His Breeding.

Kintarou is named after a Japanese Hero though He has No Other Relation.

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