Fujin (Mortal Kombat)

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Fujin is a video game deity that features in Mortal Kombat.

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Biography

Original Timeline

Fujin was a deity who operated as the God of Wind in Earthrealm where he served the Elder Gods. Long ago, one of the Elder Gods named Shinnok turned against his kind leading to him being defeated and imprisoned. Shinnok's Amulet was taken away and placed away at the Temple of the Elements for safekeeping with Fujin being one of the elemental godly guardians that were tasked with protecting it. A Lin Kuei warrior by the name of Sub-Zero had been hired by the sorcerer Quan Chi with recovering the Amulet leading to him fighting and defeating Fujin. Despite the theft of the Amulet, Sub-Zero returned it to the Thunder God Raiden. By the modern day, Shinnok was freed from his prison in the Netherrealm leading to him waging war against the Heavens. Fujin was among the few of the surviving gods on Earth after his counterparts in Heaven were defeated in the war. The Wind God joined the Forces of Light in the final battle against the hell-spawned warriors of Darkness that served Shinnok.

He later was journeying through Orderrealm where he began searching for a book that would help in the defense of Earthrealm.

Reboot Timeline

During Armageddon, Shao Kahn won the conflict leading to him dealing the final blow against Raiden. To prevent this future, Raiden sent his experiences back in time to his younger self causing him to change the timeline. After the release of Shinnok, the fallen Elder God took his demonic forces from the Netherrealm to invade Earthrealm. Fujin was at the Sky Temple where he fought against the demons alongside Raiden.

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Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • Originally, Fujin appeared as an unnamed boss character in Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero.

Appearances

  • Mortal Kombat 4:
  • Mortal Kombat X:

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