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Ferris agrees, and ends up being the first test subject for Project Cinder. In Killer Instinct 2, a distant relative of Glacius from 2, years ago who shares Shown to have had a relationship with Unibrau, a woman, and Doctor Evil, a man . Killer Instinct is a fighting game featuring one-on-one combat. One of these No Mercy moves can be executed at the end of a combo (which. VGMuseum, bringing you videogame endings in static form since the 's. Don't Kill Orchid or Fulgore - | Kill Orchid, But Not Fulgore | | Kill Fulgore, But Not .
While undergoing metamorphosis, his power core is stolen by Sadira, and he becomes determined to catch her and prevent his technology from falling into the wrong hands. Lured into the Killer Instinct tournament, Glacius eventually catches up with Sadira, who uses his genetic code to activate the power core, creating a wormhole and escaping. Realizing the threat it poses, Glacius resolves to find the core's current holder and train to prepare himself should it be used to summon an extradimensional creature.
He later infiltrates Ultratech and frees Eagle from his captivity, using his race's technology to augment him. However, as this violates the 88 Decrees, Glacius can no longer return home and instead dedicates himself to destroying Ultratech.
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He is one of the few characters who retained his original name throughout the game's early development. Zachary Quarles KI Riptor is a genetically-engineered velociraptor -human hybrid created as a prototype by Ultratech; the tournament tests her abilities as a killing machine. However, she is ultimately defeated by T. Combo prior to KI2, but damages Combo's right eye during the confrontation. Riptor has three No Mercy moves: Created by Ultratech's military division under ARIA's orders, Riptor is the leader of a pack of cybernetic-enhanced raptors known as Project Stalker, meant to serve as an alternative to the Fulgore line and Cinder project, being able to operate in conditions ill-suited for either.
The Stalkers are all augmented using leftover Fulgore technology and human DNA, and bred as assassins to eliminate perceived threats to Ultratech. With initial tests resulting in feral, uncontrollable units, later Stalkers undergo a simulated upbringing through the mind of their creator, Ultratech scientist Dr.
Erin Gupte, instilling a pack mentality and familial bonds. Gupte's mind becomes unstable as a result of the mind-sync, however, and she is eventually eaten by her own units.
Years later, the Stalker units are ready to be sold to private buyers, but T. In the sequel, Sabrewulf was captured by Ultratech after being severely injured during the first tournament, and has been driven mad by experimentation.
With cybernetic arms, he desperately seeks a cure for his lycanthropy. Sabrewulf fights in his inherited castle with biting and claw attacks and the ability to howl and use his flaming bats although sometimes they do not flame.
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In the reboot, Baron Konrad von Sabrewulf discovers a secret laboratory hidden in the castle he inherited from his parents in Ravensburg, Germany, learning that the Sabrewulf clan was once part of the Night Guard.
Prone to addiction, he cuts himself on a werewolf's claw among their trophies in a drunken stupor, inheriting its lycanthropic curse.
Transforming, he destroys most of the castle in a rage, inadvertently destroying the formula for a cure with it, and isolates himself.
Attempting to remove the curse, he begins experimenting on himself, becoming more feral and developing an addiction to pain-relieving drugs. Luring him with the promise of a cure, Ultratech captures and experiments on him, giving him cybernetic arms and extending his transformations to near permanence, but Sabrewulf breaks free of their control during an early Killer Instinct tournament and escapes, tearing out his mechanical implants and restoring his damaged body parts through dark magic.
Briefly gaining control of his lycanthropy, he now seeks a more permanent solution to his curse. Spinal fights for vengeance and his freedom. In the first Killer Instinct, Spinal is the third-last opponent in single-player mode; with a sword and shield, he can teleport and change himself into a grayscale version of his opponents during combos.
He is later captured and cursed by an artifact known as the Mask of the Ancients, forcing him to protect the King and obey his every command no matter how suicidal. Eventually, the King orders Spinal to burn himself alive as a final punishment, leaving only his skeleton behind. However, Spinal's will and the mask's magic allows his bones to reanimate, so the King has his remains sealed and orders the mask thrown into the sea.
Over the centuries, Spinal gains control of his skeletal body and breaks free of his prison, scouring the bottom of the ocean for the mask, later taking up a pirate's life and sinking all the ships he encountered. He discovers the mask to be in Ultratech's possession, and ARIA offers it to him in exchange for his entry in the Killer Instinct tournament and service to Ultratech, to which he agrees.
Spinal gains the mask following the tournament's conclusion, but finds its powers to have been stripped by Gargos. He now seeks to defeat the entity so that he might take its dark powers for his own. Despite requiring these tokens, his special moves are no stronger than normal special attacks. Spinal can store up to five skull tokens, overloading if he tries to absorb energy for the sixth time. On the sixth attempt he will not block the projectile, and it will cause normal damage and knockdown; he will then be left with one remaining skull.
Combo" Garrett was stripped of his title and expelled from the circuit when it was discovered that he had been cheating, having secretly had cybernetic enhancements implanted in his arms. Ultratech promises the disgraced boxer that he would be returned to his former glory if he wins the tournament. After his victory against Riptor in the first tournament, which also cost him his left eye, T. Combo was sent into the past and fights to return home. After losing a fight as a teen, T. After dropping out of school and being ejected from the military, T.
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Ten years later, T. After his manager flees the country, leaving T. As a result, T. Seeking both vengeance and redemption, T. The two break into the Pinnacle, with T. He was Eyedol's rival, resembling a huge gargoyle who is powerful and can breathe fire.
After being locked in combat with Eyedol for thousands of years, Eyedol's summoning and subsequent defeat gives Gargos the chance to begin his conquest anew. Jago's back story in the second installment reveals him to be the "Tiger Spirit" that led Jago to the first Killer Instinct tournament and did appear in his ending in 1.
Like Eyedol in the original game, Gargos may be accessed with a cheat code. In Killer Instinct for Xbox One, Gargos is one of the Ikkorans, a race of demigods capable of bending reality and creating "living" beings through force of will, such as his herald Omen.
Thousands of years prior, Gargos stages a takeover of the Astral Plane, slaughtering the Ichorean race that opposes him. The realm's native Guardians escape to other dimensions, but seal the Astral plane so that Gargos and his allies would never escape.
In the chaos, the imprisoned Eyedol breaks free and challenges Gargos, but Gargos overpowers him, splitting him into many pieces to prevent his resurrection. In the present, Jago is lured by Gargos under the guise of the Tiger Spirit. Upon discovering the truth, he attempts to purge the remains of Gargos's influence from within him. At one point, he is possessed by Omen and turned into Shadow Jago to make him a potential host body for Gargos.
However, Jago's will is too strong, and he forces Omen out, creating a new Shadow Jago in the process. As his form is mortal outside of his own realm, his Mimics begin taking the forms of other fighters, battling ARIA's resistance force and spreading shadow energy from the Astral Plane on Earth, the accumulation of which increases Gargos's power.
To protect her people, she tries to destroy Gargos. Kim Wu's No Mercy moves are setting her opponents on fire with a blazing shuriken and jumping on them. Kim Wu is also an enemy to Spinal, a soul resurrected by Ultratech. She is the youngest of three children born to a pair of Chinese and Korean immigrants, and was trained from the age of three in nunchaku and Jeet Kune Do by her uncle Philip Yong at the Dragon Academy, her mother's family dojo in Chinatown, San Francisco, before eventually becoming an instructor herself.
Shortly before Season 3, Yong passes away, but Kim receives a vision of his ghost, telling her that the Dragon had left him and chosen her and that Kim will one day save the world.
At his funeral, Kim learns that Yong had bequeathed her a box, inside which she finds a pair of golden nunchaku. When she touches them, she is visited by the spirit of Yeouiju, the dragon worshiped by her family and one of the Astral Plane's escaped Guardians.
Yeo tells her that he has chosen her as his vessel, granting her a dragon tattoo, and explains she must find the Watchman of the gods, as together they can defeat Gargos. Emerging from the vision, she is attacked by Shadow Jago, but Yeo's spirit materializes alongside her and aids her in battle against him.
As Hisako appears to recover the defeated Shadow Jago's body, she begins training with Yeo to prepare for Gargos's arrival, determined to fulfill her destiny. She is eventually recruited by Jago to the Alliance, and receives guidance from the spirit of Hisako alongside Yeo, standing with them against the Mimics.
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Rodriguez KI Maya Fallegeros is an Amazonian warrior who had banished Gargos prior to the events of Killer Instinct 2, for which she was heralded as a hero among her people. When Gargos reappears, Maya's tribe, feeling that she had failed them, casts her out. Maya's goal is to destroy Gargos and regain her former standing with her people. Maya's No Mercy ultimate combo moves are summoning an elephant to fall on her enemy and shrinking them with a ray from her headband.
In Killer Instinct for Xbox One, Maya returns, now heavily redesigned with Incan-inspired armor and part of a secret society of monster-hunters known as the Night Guard, sealing away artifacts and monsters too powerful to destroy. Growing up in the clan's Andes citadel alongside her twin sister Mira, the two would often explore the passages below, with Maya developing a fascination with "Temperance" and "Vengeance", a pair of cursed daggers once used by Kan-Ra.
Years later, the two become full agents of the Night Guard, becoming one of the clan's best monster-hunting team. On one particular mission, Mira sacrifices herself to save Maya, leaving the remaining sister with survivor's guilt. As a result, her actions on missions become careless and end up exposing the Night Guard to the world, attracting ARIA's attention.
Maya is left as the last surviving member of the Night Guard and takes up Temperance and Vengeance, which have begun to take hold of her mind, to hunt down both him and the monsters that escaped. With Aganos' help, she eventually finds and defeats Kan-Ra, sending him through a portal to another dimension, but in peering into the portal, she receives a vision of an impending invasion by the forces of Gargos and vows to reform the Night Guard and gain allies to fight in the coming war.
She recruits Jago, Orchid, and T. Combo to her cause, but they are ambushed by Ultratech forces and trapped, only to be spared as ARIA recalls her agents following Gargos' summoning. In his ending, he and Maya are married following the defeat of Gargos. His ultimate-combo moves are summoning a meteor shower to pummel his opponent with a large one crushing them and summoning a dinosaur which eats the opponent.
Tusk appears as a playable character in the third season of Killer Instinct for Xbox One. He has been re-imagined as an ancient barbarian warrior who led his people against Gargos's Mimic forces when they attempted to invade thousands of years ago. Though felled by Gargos, Tusk is brought to the Astral Plane by the godlike Ichorien race, who grant him the gift of immortality and the mythical blade Warg-gram.
Tusk's resurrection catches Gargos off guard, wiping out his Mimics and forcing him to retreat, earning the title of "Watchman of the Gods". The barbarians he travels with give him the name "Tunth-ska", or "Tusk", due to his sword's resemblance to a walrus's tooth. Tusk survives for millennia without aging, becoming world-weary and distancing himself after watching friends and family grow old and die. Two years prior to Season 3, Tusk battles Shadow Jago in a Swedish village, and is defeated by his Oblivion Shard relic, which wipes his memories in the process.
However, Warg-gram badly burns Shadow Jago when he attempts to take it, forcing him to retreat. Hisako finds the comatose Tusk and seals him and Warg-gram in an ice cave so he can recover.
Tusk awakens two years later, but has lost many of his memories, including his original purpose. He builds a cabin from the remains of his old ship the Wavewalker, attempting to regain his lost memories, and Warg-gram shows him visions of both Gargos and Kim Wu. However, he is found and captured by Cinder, forcing Tusk to destroy the ship and crash back into the ice.
During Gargos's invasion, Gargos sends his minions to retrieve Warg-gram, as it will give him the power to slay even immortal beings. Tusk receives help from Kim Wu, who recruits him to the Alliance, though he begins to be tempted by Gargos's promise of removing his immortality and allowing him to finally die.
Zachary Quarles An ancient war golemthe last of its kind. Constructed as one of a thousand by powerful Mycenaean artisans roughly years prior, the golem is powered by the Eye of the Ancients, a relic granting him sentience and power from the Astral Plane.
Following the fall of Mycenae, invaders remove the gem, making the golem subservient, and it serves various masters as an obedient tool of war for a thousand years, replacing its damaged parts with whatever natural materials are available.
Years later, learning of the traitor Kan-Ra's survival and growing dark power, the now dying King orders Aganos to hunt down and kill Kan-Ra. As thanks for his kindness, Aganos pledges to fulfill his master's last request, and has since pursued Kan-Ra for centuries, though neither has yet been able to destroy the other. Eventually, during one of their battles, Kan-Ra is captured by the Night Guard and imprisoned for over years until the present day, when Ultratech's attack on the city releases him.
Forced to resume his pursuit, Aganos allies with Maya to track down Kan-Ra and destroy him. Kan-Ra lays a trap for Aganos and steals most of his energy before escaping, leaving him too weak to fight back as Cinder installs Fulgore technology into him, allowing Ultratech to control Aganos's mind.
Sent to attack Maya and her allies, he is ultimately freed from Ultratech by Thunder, who offers to help Aganos find Kan-Ra in exchange for help finding Eagle, to which Aganos agrees.
He has the ability to gather natural materials into his body, affecting his strength and maneuverability.
These resources can be used as projectiles or to create destructible barriers behind or in front of himself, changing the boundaries of the stage. Beginning in the late s, the Ultrafine Atomic Technologies Company, later rebranded as Ultratech, began attempting to simulate life and human frailty through a computational matrix. Called the Advanced Robotics Intelligence Architecture, or ARIA, the experiment was meant to find an end to famine, disease, poverty, and other forms of human suffering, with founder Ryat Adams hoping to make amends for the atrocities he committed during World War II and cure the degenerative disease killing his wife.
Using knowledge and technology gained from the Roswell UFO IncidentUltratech continues to refine and enhance the ARIA core program over many years, drastically expanding its capabilities and understanding of the human condition. Following the passing of Adams, his will includes instructions for ARIA to continually run its programming to achieve its original purpose.
In the present, ARIA leads Ultratech and carefully studies the rest of the cast during the first season. Believing humanity has grown weak and complacent as extraterrestrial and supernatural phenomena become more frequent, ARIA decides to force humanity to evolve by any means necessary. She enacts a plan to "prepare the way", building an army of Fulgores and Stalkers, stealing Glacius' DNA for use in Project Cinder, and tricking Kan-Ra into opening a rift to another dimension.
ARIA's plan succeeds, and she summons Gargos's forces to Earth, planning to use her armies to defeat the demon and become humanity's savior and ruler. Killer Instinct video game An arcade fighting game developed by Rare and published by Midway and Nintendo. Initially released in arcades inthe game advertised it would launch in for an intended "Nintendo Ultra 64" home console.
The Ultra 64 eventually materialized as the Nintendo 64but never received a version of the original Killer Instinct. Instead, the game received a high-profile launch on the SNES which bundled a CD of remixed game tracks with a limited edition black-colored cartridge, as well as a release on the Game Boy handheld the following year.
A digital port, titled Killer Instinct Classic, was released as part of a bundle with its sequel's first season on Xbox One. It was the sequel to Killer Instinct. The game was also ported to the SNES, but never released. It was later ported to the Nintendo 64 console under the name Killer Instinct Gold. A digital port, titled Killer Instinct 2 Classic, was released as part of a bundle with its sequel's second season on Xbox One. Killer Instinct Gold was also included as part of the Rare Replay compilation release.
Killer Instinct [ edit ] Main article: Killer Instinct video game A reboot of the Killer Instinct series, developed by Double Helix Games under supervision of Ken Lobband the first game in the series to be published by Microsoft Studios.
It was released in November as a launch title for the Xbox One. The game borrows the attack set of Street Fighter and is also inspired by the finishing moves from Mortal Kombat.
A double energy bar: If a character finishes with his or her opponent's first life bar, the fight stops and resumes like a round, but the winning character still keeps whatever amount of energy he or she had at that moment. The player who depletes his or her opponent's second life bar wins the bout. Present in the first and second games and bearing resemblance to Mortal Kombat's Fatalities, each character has at least two moves known as No Mercy Danger Move in later revisions in order to finish the opponent in a violent manner.
One of these No Mercy moves can be executed at the end of a combo which is labeled as an Ultimate combowhen the opponents life bar flashes red when his or her second bar is going to be depletedalthough it uses a different combination of movements. Another finisher is the Humiliationthat forces the opponent to dance the dance style depends on the characterbut this can only be used if the player has his or her first life bar.
Similar to the ultra combo, but is unique to the fighting stage and positioning of fighters.