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By Mortal Kombat: Deception, most of the main characters had been killed by Shang Tsung and Quan Chi (neither of whom were playable in the game), but by Mortal Kombat: Armageddon all of them return.Kintaro is a tiger-striped Shokan (the same race as Goro and Sheeva) who joins Kahn's forces in order to conquer Earthrealm. He challenges Liu Kang in combat during the second tournament but loses; in the 1994 MKII tie-in comic produced by Midway that took place before the second tournament, he engages in a brutal though inconclusive fight with Jax before Kung Lao intervenes.The game simply referred to him as "one of Shao Kahn's deadliest warriors." In Armageddon, his backstory states that he was present at events dating to Liu Kang's victory in the first Mortal Kombat tournament, biding his time while watching events unfold, while his ending simply described him as being the true Mortal Kombat champion.
Fujin placed 49th on Dorkly's 2013 fan-voted poll that rated the entire MK character roster, In 2014, Prima Games included Fujin among their twenty "cheapest" characters in the series, describing him as "the marquee character of Mortal Kombat 4," but it was "his wall-bouncing, anti-air, super annoying crossbow [his designated weapon that Ed Boon admittedly regretted adding into the game] Sareena is among Quan Chi's three personal assassins, along with Kia and Jataaka, who are ordered to kill Sub-Zero before he reached Quan Chi.
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He had a bit part in the 1995 Mortal Kombat miniseries "Battlewave" by Malibu Comics, and in the 2015 Mortal Kombat X comic miniseries by DC Comics, he serves under the command of Sheeva, and is killed by Sonya at the conclusion while she is under the influence of Havik's "Blood Code" curse.
The character was a stop-motion figure who was inspired by the Japanese mythological character Kintarō and initially conceived for MKII as an anthropomorphic bipedal tiger complete with a fur-lined costume, but the concept was scrapped due to the difficulty of creating such a complicated outfit, Shang Tsung's third Fatality in MKII saw him transform into Kintaro and then punch his opponent's upper torso clean off their body.
He and Kung Lao join forces to bring Raiden and Liu Kang under control, but if no way was found to normalize the two now-corrupted warriors, he and Kung Lao would be forced to kill them.