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Anyone who grew up during the advent of fighting games remembers how scarce female fighters were back then. Admittedly, the rosters were much smaller as a whole at the time, but even among, say, eight characters, there would be just one token woman among the bunch. Obviously a lot has changed since then, and now fighting game franchises like "Mortal Kombat" are full of iconic female fighters. So, we decided to look at all the women of the "Mortal Kombat" games and pick our favorites. Don't forget to tell us your picks in the comments! She's just one of those characters who doesn't have many redeeming qualities, and is going to be low on the totem pole no matter how you're judging things.

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Kitana is a fictional character from the Mortal Kombat media franchise. She was introduced as one of the new player characters in the fighting game Mortal Kombat II in Since then, Kitana appeared in a majority of Mortal Kombat series' video games and its other media, including the films Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation , and the series Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm , Mortal Kombat: Konquest , and Mortal Kombat: Legacy , becoming one of the most popular and recognizable characters of the franchise. One of the lead characters of the Mortal Kombat saga, Kitana is the princess of Outworld and the adopted daughter of the emperor, Shao Kahn. Through the course of events in the series, she learns that she is actually the daughter of Queen Sindel and King Jerrod, the rulers of Edenia, a realm that was conquered and destroyed by Shao Khan.
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