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Kano From Mortal Kombat, one of the many legendary characters in the Mortal Kombat series, will be instantly recognised by Mortal Kombat fans.

Kano has appeared in several Mortal Kombat games, including the original. He is brutal, nasty, and has a cybernetic eye. Longtime fans may recall that one of Kano’s most recognised qualities, his Australian accent, was the consequence of a nationality retcon.

Kano isn’t the only Kano Mortal Kombat character.

Kano From Mortal Kombat

Kano isn’t the only Mortal Kombat character who has had his appearance altered in the past. In Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, for example, the character Sindel’s past was retconned, altering her attitude and goals.

Kano’s changes are still noticeable, as can be seen simply by listening to him speak. Here’s how Kano evolved into the persona he is today.

Kano was not Australian in the first Mortal Kombat, but rather of Japanese-American ancestry. He was the leader of the Black Dragon gang and wore a white gi to emphasise his Japanese heritage.

Kano was not included in Mortal Kombat 2 due to what the series’ creators cite as a low rate of player usage in-game; for example, Kano was not included in Mortal Kombat 2 due to what the series’ designers cite as a low rate of player usage in-game.

The character made a comeback in Mortal Kombat 3 in 1995, but it was Kano’s portrayal in the Mortal Kombat movie that year that marked a significant shift in his nationality.

Kano’s nationality was retconned in the 1995 Mortal Kombat film.

Kano’s change of nationality was inspired by his appearance in the critically acclaimed 1995 film Mortal Kombat. The guy who played Kano, British actor Trevor Goddard, was a major factor in this shift.

Despite his prior reputation as an American of Japanese heritage, Goddard’s Australian accent for Kano was favourably appreciated. Some admirers argue that Goddard’s delivery resembled a Cockney British accent rather than an Australian one. Kano’s new Australian persona persisted, and it became a crucial aspect of his character in subsequent games.

Kano was then retconned to be Australian in future Mortal Kombat games, giving him the accent that fans now identify with him. Even when a younger version of Kano appears in Mortal Kombat 11, he retains his present incarnation’s voice.

In addition, Australian actor Josh Lawson portrays Kano in Mortal Kombat, the most recent film in the franchise (which was released earlier this year).

Even if the Mortal Kombat games’ storylines alter, it’s probable that this facet of Kano’s persona will remain consistent, as fans have grown accustomed to it.

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