Jun 9, 2023, 11:57 AM
Greetings, fellow gamers! Today, we at The Wibble have a treat for you. We snagged a rare interview with the undisputed fan favorite from the legendary game franchise Mortal Kombat- Scorpion!
Scorpion, who is also known as Hanzo Hasashi behind the scenes, is a skilled ninja and a notorious hellspawn who has a particular obsession with flames. He has been a staple in the Mortal Kombat series since its inception and has remained a fan favorite for his unique fighting style, awesome abilities, and fiery personality.
So, we sat down with Scorpion for a candid chat, a never-before-seen glimpse into the life and times of one of the greatest characters in video game history.
The first question we asked was about his life outside of the arena, and how he spends his free time. To which Scorpion replied, "Well, between kicking ass and taking names, I like to unwind by indulging in some of my favorite activities. I love to cook, especially spicy dishes, which I can devour with no repercussions since, you know, I am a hellspawn and all that."
We also asked Scorpion about his most memorable fights in the game, to which he replied, "Every fight is memorable when you are Scorpion! But if I had to pick a few, I would say my battles with Sub-Zero are always historic, and I am sure the MK fans would agree. Our rivalry is the stuff of legend, but outside of that, I have to say I also enjoyed beating the living daylights out of the likes of Johnny Cage and Liu Kang. Those guys are good, but they are just not in the same league as me."
Lastly, we asked Scorpion to give us some insights into his favorite move from the game. "Now, that is a tough one," Scorpion admitted. "I mean, I have so many moves that it's hard to pick just one. But if I had to choose, I would say my 'get over here' move is always a crowd-pleaser."
So, there you have it, folks- an exclusive peek into the life of Scorpion, the deadly ninja from Mortal Kombat. Stick around for more exciting content only here at The Wibble!
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