Mortal Kombat 11 Kharacter Battle – Round 8

The time has come to settle some debates. Who is the most lethal character in a video game in existence? Thanks to the upcoming release of Mortal Kombat 11 we’ve tied in our character battle with all the Mortal Kombat 11 fighters (23 in total) along with many other familiar faces to bring it to a grand total to 60 kombatants. Make sure to check back every day (that is not a public holiday) to decide on who you think should win each round.

Every day we’ll host a new set of kharacters to vote for, where only the winner will go through to the final round on 2 May. In the final you’ll get to vote for 10 finalists who will be crowned as the ultimate Kharacter Battle Champion on 3 May.

With Mortal Kombat 11’s recent launch, we are giving away two Mortal Kombat 11 hampers to two lucky winners that consists of the following:

  • Mortal Kombat 11 game (PS4/XBO)
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Key Chain
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Cap
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Bottle Opener

How do I win?

We’re going to keep it real simple. Take part in the discussion here on the site in the comments in any or all of the rounds over the next three weeks (sorry, Facebook, Twitter and the forum comments won’t be considered) and you’ll gain yourself an entry. Winners will be drawn and announced on Friday, 3 May. Should you win you’ll get to choose the format of your choice between PS4 and Xbox One.

Good luck and enjoy the Mortal Kombat 11 Kharacter Battle!

Callistege (Torment: Tides of Numenera)

Callistege is a prodigious nano, more or less a wizard in a distant future of Earth where nanotech is everywhere. She appears to be surrounded by innumerable versions of herself, some doing the exact same thing, others looking around and reacting to unseen objects and people. This isn’t an illusion or some parlour trick, the shadowy, blurry visions of Callistege are all her in alternate realities, all communicating with one another, all learning from observing hundreds of alternate worlds. Some of them went mad due to this, but the strong ones remain, powerful spellcasters who can bend reality just enough to defend themselves, or to launch an attack from multiple dimensions, all focused on a single point.

Noob Saibot (Mortal Kombat 11)

Noob Saibot is one of the most tragic characters in the Mortal Kombat franchise, but that doesn’t mean you should pity him or expect an easy time when he is around. Noob Saibot is what remains of the previous Sub Zero, Bi-Han, who was killed by Scorpion. Left dead with his skull and spine removed, Quan Chi. Now he is something else, a being of darkness from the Netherrealm. Using shadow copies of himself, teleportation and a wicked scythe, Noob Saibot doesn’t ever fight fair, and seems to shrug off attacks that would kill others.

Sekiro (Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice)

Sworn to protect his master, the Shinobi of the Divine Heir will stop at nothing to keep him safe, or recover him if he is taken. Not only a very capable swordsman, the One-armed Wolf will tip the odds in his favour by using the Shinobi Tools attached to his prosthetic arm to exploit any weakness his foe might have. But not even that is the final and most powerful trick up his sleeve. Even if you slay him, the fight is never over, as he will always resurrect and come back for more. Stuck in a deadly game of Groundhog Day, Sekiro will continue to come back, until his opponent is finally bested.

D’Vorah (Mortal Kombat 11)

D’Vorah is a Kytinn, a collection of insects that live inside a humanoid body. With strong survival instincts, D’Vorah has served under several masters, like Shao Kahn and Kotal Kahn, always pushing for more power and control. With a host of insects, four stingers, wings and sharpened talons, D’Vorah is like a heavily armoured mobile Trojan horse. Using explosive insects or injecting your body full of ravenous larvae.

Agent 47 (Hitman)

I feel like Agent 47 hardly needs an introduction. The bald barcoded assassin has been killing targets and disappearing without a trace for so long now, that his silhouette and red tie have become synonymous with a stylish assassination. 47 is deadly at any distance and if you let him choose a target, you know that person isn’t leaving the building alive as 47 has already thought of a dozen ways to kill you from poison, piano wire, a headshot at range or just arranging a terrible accident, which is the worst way to go. You won’t even know an assassin planned that accident out to the last detail.

Edér (Pillars of Eternity)

Edér Teylecg might look laid back with his ever-present pipe, but this 6’2″ fighter always seems to know what is going on around him. He is a war hero and he struggles with his faith, after watching an incarnation of his god die to the destructive power of the Godhammer bomb. Edér’s laid back, almost simplistic demeanour and looks often cause those around him to dismiss or underestimate him, which allows him to either collect information or strike swiftly.

Vote below (or on the right panel of the site) to decide who will go through to the final round:

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If it has the letters RPG in it, I am there. Still battling with balancing trying to play every single game that grabs my interest, getting 100% in a JRPG, and devoting time to my second home in Azeroth.

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