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Originally appearing in Mortal Kombat 3, the Bell Tower features a weak wooden floor that makes for a gruesome stage fatality.
The Chamber of The Flame (originally called Kratos' Arena and Kratos' Stage) is a new arena introduced to the Mortal Kombat series in Mortal Kombat (2011) exclusively for the PlayStation 3.
It's based on the area housing Pandora's Box in God of War 3.
An east-Asian nation, China has the largest population of any country on Earth. With a history dating back thousands of years, it is also among the oldest sovereign states still in existence.
First appearing in Mortal Kombat II, the Dead Pool features a stage fatality that involves uppercutting the victim off of the catwalk and into the pool of acid.
Edenia is the paradise realm of the Mortal Kombat universe.
As the formidable sub boss in Mortal Kombat, Goro takes on would-be champions in his underground lair.
Originally appearing in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, Jade's Desert is mostly remembered for featuring a lost Cyrax, stuck in the sand in the background.
The Living Forest is an arena in the Mortal Kombat universe. It first appeared in MK 2, and then later in MK: Deception as a 3D battle stage.
Nekropolis is a gallery where players can view artwork, character models, bios and endings
The Netherrealm is hell in the Mortal Kombat universe.
In Mortal Kombat mythology, Outworld is one of the 6 realms that made up all that there was. The various rulers and powers of Outworld are constantly trying to take over Earthrealm by defeating it's Champion(s).
The Pit Bottom is the bottom of the Pit I and is a selectable arena in Mortal Kombat Trilogy. Its first appearance was Mortal Kombat when the player has to fight Reptile and then brought back in Mortal Kombat Trilogy. The bottom of The Pit has three bodies of unknown players, four heads impaled in the metal spikes, and one skeleton.
Hell stage featured in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. This stage is home to Scorpion.
Shang Tsung's Flesh Pits have never been truly explained, although one can speculate as what their purpose had been. It is clear, however, that they were designed to create creatures, likely to do Shang Tsung's bidding.
The only known characters ever to emerge from the pits to fight in Mortal Kombat were Meat, Mileena and Skarlet
The Gardens, also known as Shang Tsung's Gardens, The Garden or Shang Tsung's Garden, is a new arena introduced to the Mortal Kombat series in Mortal Kombat 9 and it is located at Shang Tsung's Island.
Shang Tsung watches the battle of Mortal Kombat unfold from his throne, and prepares to deny the victor. He applauds your effort.
First appearing in Mortal Kombat II, the emperor watches the tournament from his throne, flanked by his prisoners.
Mortal Kombat 3 arena in which soul columns twisted up cavernous open mouths of carved rock. A successful uppercut in the Soul Chamber landed the players in The Balcony above.
A rapid transit system operating below the surface of the ground.
A fighting arena that appears in Mortal Kombat II. The 2D stage is decorated with weapons, though none can be used by the combatants.
Originally appearing in Mortal Kombat 3, the Bridge is in a deserted Earthrealm city during the invasion by Shao Kahn from Outworld.
Also known as The Cemetery, The Graveyard is a locale originally appearing in Mortal Kombat 3. Tombstones featuring the names of various Mortal Kombat designers can be seen in the background.
The place at which one may access the treasure trove of hidden and bonus "kontent" in Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance, Deception and Armageddon.
The Pit is one of the more iconic locations in the Mortal Kombat series, where combatants fight on a tall ledge and the loser can be knocked off to their doom.
A fighting stage in Mortal Kombat 3. The Rooftop was also accessible from The Bank stage below, when a fighter connected successfully with an uppercut.
First appearing in Mortal Kombat 3, the Subway offered, for those that resisted uppercutting, a chance to fling their opponent in front of a train to finish them. The MK: Armageddon version of the arena added trains running along both walls.
Stage from Mortal Kombat 3. The stained glass in the background features the MK logo, and candle flames burn in the foreground.
Originally appearing in Mortal Kombat II, the Wastelands of Outworld are a bleak and ruined landscape where it is forever night. The Wastelands arena returned in MK: Armageddon and featured Death-by-Catapult as a stage fatality.
The Training Room or Training Dojo is a new arena introduced to the Mortal Kombat series in Mortal Kombat 9
A location commonly found in fighting games. These stages typically lack the detail and animation found in other stages, allowing the player to concentrate on practicing moves and combos without environmental distraction.
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