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Kintaro is a tiger-striped Shokan (the same race as Goro and Sheeva ) who joins Kahn's forces in order to conquer Earthrealm. He debuted in MKII as the sub-boss from the game. 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. In MK: Armageddon's Konquest mode, he is seen as an illusion in the Netherrealm as part of an attempt at overthrowing Shinnok's rule, which is only a test for Taven. Kintaro plays his largest role in the 2011 Mortal Kombat reboot, in which he is described as being from the lower-class Tigrar lineage [1] (hence his markings) of the Shokan race. He serves as an opponent for Kung Lao, Stryker, and Sub-Zero in the story mode, while he was now responsible for the maiming of Kabal and later joined Goro and Kano in holding a group of Earthrealm soldiers hostage in a bell tower. He makes an appearance as a boss character in the 2005 spinoff Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks . 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.

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