Born of Kitana's former world of Edenia, Rain was smuggled away from the realm as a small child shortly after Shao Kahn's take over. Thousands of years later he resurfaced. His allegiance belonging to Kahn, he chose to betray his homeland rather than suffer at the hands of Kahn's extermination Squads.
Lightning: Back, Back, Back, High Punch.
Mind Control Orb: Down, Forward, High Punch.
(Use the joystick to move your opponent in the air)
Super Roundhouse: Back + High Kick.
Combo 1: High Punch, High Punch, Low Punch, High Punch.
Combo 2: High Kick, High Kick, Low Kick, High Kick, Back + High Kick.
* Fatality 1: (Close) Forward, Forward, Down, High Punch.
* Fatality 2: (Half Screen Away) Down, Down, Back, Forward, High Kick.
* Animality: (Sweep) Block, Block, Run, Run, Block.
Babality: Forward, Back, Back, High Punch.
* Friendship: Down, Forward, Forward, Forward, Low Punch.
Stage Fatalities: Forward, Down, Forward, Low Kick.
Brutality: High Punch, High Punch, Block, Low Kick, High Kick, Block, Low Kick, High Kick, Block, High Punch, Low Punch
Rain fights valiantly for the Emperor Shao Kahn. But it would be Kahn's own step daughter, the Princess Kitana who turns Rain against him. Like Kitana, Rain's origins also come from their former realm of Edenia.
He learns that his father was once a general in Edenia's army and died at the hands of Shao Kahn himself. Enraged at the truth about his history, he joins Kitana in aligning with the Earth Realm Warriors.
But his allegiance comes under question when he mysteriosly disappears during an extermination squad attack. To prove his loyalty he embarked on a suicide mission to destroy Shao Kahn and end the menace once and for all.
This Ending appears only in MKTrilogy and UMK3 for Sega Genesis.
* These finishers aren only available in Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
Rain appears only in the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis versions of UMK3, and MKTrilogy, obviously.
Rain actually does appear in UMK3 for Arcade, but only in the attract mode of the game.