in versions of the game for MegaDrive / Genesis and Super Nintendo there is no character Shiva and finishing Animality ; Cyrax's self-destruct fatality, initiated via his arm console, closely resembles that of another fictional character: the titular antagonist from the Arnold Schwarzenegger film, Predator. Air Throw: Forward, Down, Forward, Block, Low Punch. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. *Brutality: High Punch, High Kick, High Punch, High Kick, High Kick, High Punch, High Kick, High Punch, High Kick, Low Kick, Low Punch. He bleeds oil this time around too, much like in MK Deception and Deadly Alliance, represented by a dark bluish-black/black color. Babalities & Friendships can only be performed if you have won the Making his debut in Mortal Kombat 3, Cyrax was one of the three cybernetic ninjas created by the Lin Kuei, in an effort to convert all members into unfeeling, cold-hearted, cybernetic assassins to improve their performance. The original content was at Cyrax. Teleport: Forward, Down, Block. Cyrax is seen trapped in the sand in the background of Jade's Desert stage in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, despite also being a playable character. Cyrax debuted as a palette swap of the cyborg ninja character with a yellow sheen, sporting bright armor and a helmet that slightly protrudes forward to produce a crude beak and wires from the back of his head. Fighting Styles Since their appearances in the MK3 series, each character's appearance has evolved independently. However in Mortal Kombat (2011) Sektor, Cyrax and Smoke (through a free DLC) are also all playable in robotic form, also in Mortal Kombat X in a DLC form Sektor, Cyrax and Smoke fuse together to make Triborg (Cyber Sub-Zero as well). The storyline involving his connection to the Lin Kuei was eschewed in favor of him being sent by Shao Kahn, the emperor of Outworld, to kill Sonya Blade and Jax Briggs. At first Hydro seems to have the upper hand, but Cyrax pulls through and soon, he and Sektor quickly overwhelm the cyborg ninja, before performing a Fatality on him with a forked blade from his wrist. He and his robotic counter-parts, Sektor and Smoke, began as palette-swapped characters to work around technical limitations to increase the number of playable characters. The orders never come and Cyrax malfunctions. Then hold RUN and hit D,D,D,D, and release RUN. Before automation Smoke and Sub-Zero were allies. Only time will tell how well Cyrax has overcome his ordeal. With Kahn unable to detect this soulless assasin, Cyrax delivers a successful sneak attack. Overall he is the worst of the three Robot Ninjas, however like Sub-zero, with some effort he can be a beast. The site has a rich download section and forums too. 2.1), PC (Windows, DOS and MAT: DE), Sega Genesis, SNES, Sony Play Station, Nintendo GameCube, XBox, PSP and Sony PlayStation 2 versions of Mortal Kombat 3. Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance Characters, Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition Characters, Mortal Kombat (2011) Story Mode Characters, Mortal Kombat: Deception Konquest Characters, https://mortalkombat.fandom.com/wiki/Cyrax?oldid=359856, Cyrax and Sektor's design was in part inspired by, Of all of the cyborg characters, he is the only one in. He was assigned to hunt down the renegade, former Lin Kuei member Sub-Zero as designated unit LK-4D4. Combo 2: High Kick, High Kick, Back + High Kick. Special Moves Cyrax's Self-Destruct Fatality (along with Smoke's, Cyrax is one of the two playable characters in, In a Top 10 list hosted by Screwattack.com, Cyrax was listed at #6 for Best Mortal Kombat Characters in the, His Kombat victory pose is one of the only three in which the character leaves the Battle Arena. If some move is available only for a specific version this will be mentioned right after the key combination with an Abbreviation. Cyrax houses a number of weapons in his chest cavity designed for both incapacitating and destroying targets. Short Bomb: (Hold Low Kick) Back, Back, High Kick. Cyrax He is first seen being escorted to a facility where he and Sektor argue about the Cyber Initiative protesting it to be the end of the clan due to its submissive nature. Gender Although Cyrax's armor is said to be heat-resistant (as stated above), he can still be defeated by being knocked into a death trap with lava. Origin Finishing Moves … General Information Of all the three cyborgs, Cyrax appears to be specialized in Hand-to-Hand Combat. In the alternate timeline of MK 2011, he was automated and dutifully serves the Lin Kuei, but was visibly opposed to the process before being presumably automated against his will. Mortal Kombat 3Ultimate Mortal KombatUltimate Mortal Kombat 3Mortal Kombat TrilogyMortal Kombat GoldMortal Kombat AdvanceMortal Kombat: Deadly AllianceMortal Kombat: Tournament EditionMortal Kombat: Deception (cameo)Mortal Kombat: Unchained (cameo)Mortal Kombat: ArmageddonMortal Kombat (2011)Mortal Kombat X (cameo)Mortal Kombat 11 (NPC) In the latest Mortal Kombat, Cyrax is given an entire overhaul featuring more armor plating and visible scratches thanks to graphical improvements as well as green eyes. In Deadly Alliance, Cyrax’s Pulse Blade weapon had a blue colored blade. Cyrax appears in Mortal Kombat Legacy, portrayed by Shane Warren Jones. His name is not mentioned; he is just referred to as "a robot" by Sonya in a later part of the film. In addition to his Bio Kard, Cyrax is seen launching three time bombs at once as opposed to the two that can be launched at a time. While Cyrax's normal outfit in Deadly Alliance shows him more robotic than human, his alternate costume shows him to be almost completely human with cybernetic parts in his body, although his "being human again" probably just refers to him regaining his memories and conscience, as he will always have cybernetic implants in his body no matter what, making him a cyborg. Initially, fans speculated that Cyrax was a robotic Scorpion, because of the latter's absence from MK3, their similar color schemes, and similar moves that involved hauling an opponent towards them for a free hit. During the end credits, however, he is identified as Cyrax. Cybernetic Weapons (All appearances)Sabre of Light (MKG)Pulse Blade (MK:DA, MK:TE, MK:A) Triborg houses the consciousness of all four ninjas, and Cyrax's name is mentioned when interacting with Sub-Zero. (Tap Low Punch for extra hits) Back Breaker: Block in air when next to airborne opponent. It is interesting to note that this seems to acknowledge an unused bio for him that appeared in Prima's official strategy guide for Gold, which does state he was rescued by Special Forces and reprogrammed to fight on the side of good against Shinnok. Earthrealm As a cybernetic ninja, Cyrax is well-equipped, both in martial arts involving ninjutsu and weaponry. Single Missile: Back, Forward, High Punch. Mortal Kombat Secrets is the most informative Mortal Kombat fan sites all over the world, featuring information not only about the games, but the films, the series and the books too. Although he stated he was human again after the process Jax and Sonya performed on him, he is clearly still a cyborg in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, giving a plausible explanation as to why he still bleeds oil or "black blood" in the game. In the film, he displays the ability to shoot tiny, spike-studded grenades and a corrosive, green plasma net - seemingly capable of rapidly and completely disintegrating organic matter, but is successfully and harmlessly blocked by Jax's cybernetic arms. Cyrax is captured by Sub-Zero and reprogrammed with new orders: to destroy Shao Kahn. Of the three cyborgs, he has become the first to recover his humanity. Like his counterparts, his last program is to find and terminate the rouge ninja Sub Zero. His chest cavity also opens up to reveal an energy core. Cyrax, along with the fellow cyborg Sektor, was shown in non-canonical human form in an episode of the cartoon, Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm. Underneath, the robotic shell reveals Cyrax to have dark skin. Special Moves Green Net B B LK Short Range Bomb [LK] B B HK Long Range Bomb [LK] F F HK Air Throw F D F BLK LP Teleport F D BLK Finishing Moves Fatality 1: Helichopper D D U D HP Fatality 2: Self-destruction D D F U RN Animality U U D Friendship RN RN RN U Babality F F B HP Stage Fatalities RN BLK RN Brutality (Not available in MK3 and arcade UMK3) Sektor´s human form is featured as an alternate costume in the new game, also contradicting his look in this series. Combo 1: High Punch, High Punch, Low Punch. Combo 3: High Punch, High Punch, High Kick, High Punch, High Kick, Back + High Kick. (The following moves are compatible with the Arcade (Rev. This is likely a homage to the Star Wars films, where the main character Luke Skywalker has a blue lightsaber and then, in a later film, constructs a green one.