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history of subzero!
07/02/2007 10:06 PM EST
Like his name, clothes, and powers suggested, his character was icy and distant. In all aspects, he was a cold-blooded killer with an utmost dedication to the principles of his clan, and to whoever had paid him to kill. Although essentially neutral, his soul possessed an evil taint brought about by his years as a remorseless killer.

It is unclear how the family line of Sub-Zero came to be part of the Lin Kuei clan, though it is speculated that their family had been a part of the clan for several generations.

It is known that the father of Sub-Zero and Sub-Zero's brother (a fourth generation Lin Kuei warrior, and also known as Sub-Zero) was a secret operative for the clan in the United States. He married an American woman and together they had two sons and a daughter. Against the will of their mother, the father took the sons with him to move back to China at a certain time, and as such both brothers became warriors of the Lin Kuei. The mother and the daughter remained in the U.S.

The elder Sub-Zero made his first chronological appearance in Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero when the sorcerer Quan Chi hired the Lin Kuei to find an ancient amulet, and he was sent to find the map leading to its location. He did not know that Quan Chi had hired a Japanese ninja, Hanzo Hasashi, for the same task in case Sub-Zero failed. Hasashi and Sub-Zero encountered each other in the map room, where Sub-Zero ripped Hasashi's spine out along with his head; killed him in cold blood after a brief fight. After Sub-Zero delivered the map, Quan Chi made good on a promise to the Lin Kuei Grandmaster; the rival clan of the Shirai Ryu were wiped out. This slaughter, combined with Sub-Zero's merciless execution of Hanzo, fueled Scorpion, the vengeful spectre form of Hanzo, who would later participate in the Mortal Kombat tournaments.

After Sub-Zero delivered the amulet to Shinnok and Quan Chi, he was sent back to retrieve it by Earthrealm's protector, Raiden, who explained to him that the amulet was the key to releasing Shinnok. Sub-Zero stole the amulet from Shinnok and escaped the Netherealm, refusing an offer from Quan Chi to join the Brotherhood of Shadow and worship Shinnok. While in the Netherealm, he was warned by Quan Chi that he was able to enter the Netherealm only because his soul had been tainted with evil; apparently troubled by this, Sub-Zero asked Raiden if it was true. Raiden confirmed Sub-Zero's fears, but informed him that only he could alter his own destiny.

Upon returning to the Lin Kuei headquarters, he learned that he had been invited to the Mortal Kombat tournament; he was also hired to kill the host of the tournament, Shang Tsung, by one of Tsung's wealthy enemies (it is assumed by some fans that this enemy was Quan Chi). During this tournament, the elder Sub-Zero faced the murderous spectre of Hanzo Hasashi (still using his Shirai Ryu codename of Scorpion). In a reversal of fate, Scorpion murdered Sub-Zero, burning him to a charred skeleton. It was Sub-Zero's destiny to die at the hand of Scorpion, and his soul was sent to the Netherealm. Shinnok and Quan Chi were now able to recruit elder Sub-Zero into the Brotherhood of Shadow. There, he became known as Noob Saibot and turned to Quan Chi and the Brotherhood of Shadow.

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RE: history of subzero!
07/02/2007 10:08 PM EST
You're pitiful. You just copied that from a site and pasted it here.
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07/02/2007 10:09 PM EST
As Noob Saibot,

In the Netherealm, Saibot became a member of the Brotherhood of Shadow, the very thing he had resisted becoming whilst alive. In a darkly ironic twist, Noob Saibot would now pledge allegiance and loyalty to Shinnok. One of his first tasks for his new lord would be to observe and report on the events taking place on Earthrealm and Outworld; to this end, he remained in the shadows during the Outworld tournament, faithfully monitoring the situation for the fallen Elder God.

During Mortal Kombat III, and at Shinnok's behest, Saibot aligned himself with Outworld's emperor Shao Kahn during Kahn's invasion of Earth. However, as the tables turned in favor of the Earthrealm warriors, Noob Saibot was ordered to switch allegiances and join the Earthrealm warriors, unknown to Kahn. After Kahn was defeated, Shinnok, sensing his time had come, was freed from the Netherealm with the help of Quan Chi and the traitorous Tanya, and conquered Edenia. Noob Saibot now served his overlord directly. But despite the Elder God's careful planning, Shinnok was once again defeated by Raiden's forces and the Brotherhood of Shadow was disbanded. With Shinnok defeated utterly (Noob Saibot later referred to him as simply "gone") Saibot returned to the service of the still-weakened Shao Kahn.

A few years later, in the events leading up to Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, he appeared during a battle between the armies of Edenia and the Shokan (led by Kitana and Goro) with the Outworld army (led by Kano). He attacked an exhausted Goro, mortally wounding him. The war ground to a stalemate.

With Kahn having been thought slain at the hands of the Deadly Alliance, and Shinnok vanquished, Saibot slowly changed from a pawn into a player. Free to pursue his own interests, and uninterested in the affairs concerning the rise of Onaga, he plotted to create his own legion of assassins. While searching Kahn's abandoned fortress, he discovered the inert body of Smoke. Reprogramming the cyborg to remain loyal to him, he reactivated his nanotechnology, and formed plans to create an army of cyber-demons, using Smoke as a template (see Noob-Smoke).

Sometime between the events of Mortal Kombat: Deception and Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, the pair travelled to the Netherrealm but were followed by the younger Sub-Zero. Once they discovered Sub-Zero, they attacked him but Sareena interfered and together they defeated Noob and Smoke. They fled into the pits of the Netherrealm, but managed to render Sub-Zero unconscious first.

In Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, Noob Saibot and Smoke fight separately as individual characters, though story-wise they still are a team.

In Armageddon's Konquest mode, Noob and Smoke attacked the Lin Kuei temple in Articka as the first step in forming his army of cyber-demons. Taven, who was in the temple at the time, fended off Smoke and most of the created cyber demons, and would later defeat Noob and rescue the young Sub-Zero. Sub-Zero informs Taven of the Red Dragon in thanks, and decides to take the opportunity to try to bring his brother back into the light. It remains unknown if he is successful or not.

In Noob's ending, with Blaze defeated, he stands alone, engulfed in darkness. From out of the shadows steps his former self, the original Sub-Zero. The two selves fight each other for control of the warrior's body. Both are equally matched, and in the end, they merge into one. The result is neither Noob Saibot nor Sub-Zero, but a completely different entity
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RE: history of subzero!
07/02/2007 10:11 PM EST
Stop it noob. You're not that cool thinking you can rip stuff from a site and act like you typed it all.
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RE: history of subzero!
07/02/2007 10:44 PM EST
You desparately need to read the community faq. Your behavior is just asking for me to skull you until you're banned.

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To try and help you one last time though, You can't "check to see how many dragon//skull points you have accumulated. However, it is quite evident when you get them. 75 Dragon points(dps) ranks you up the first time(To a "Warrior" Rank). Beyond that nobody certainly knows what it takes to rank further up.

Skull points hurt that progression, and can lead to a ban if you accumulate enough of them. Only the Site directors can see this kind of information so, your best bet would be to follow everyone's advise and stop doing what you're doing.

Get me?

Good Day.

Ps: Yes, I'm the guy who gives you dragon points, or skulls you in this forum.
This thread was started on pure plagiaristic behavior, something worthy of a ban.

Go read the faq man, it's a good idea....trust us. lol
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07/02/2007 10:50 PM EST
You're really off to a bad start, R_vs_SZ...
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