Mileena is a character in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. A genetic experiment created by the sorcerer Shang Tsung , she is one of the adopted daughters of the Outworld Emperor Shao Kahn and one of his personal enforcers. She has served as an antagonist throughout the series. Mileena made her debut in Mortal Kombat II as a playable character and has been a playable character in a majority of her appearances in the series.
Mortal Kombat X - How to Play Mileena: Combos and Strategies
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Ethereal - Mileena has pink, vertical markings running down both arms in this varitation. Ravenous - Mileena is maskless in this variation, exposing her Tarkatan teeth. She then begins to consume her victim's face, throwing it to the ground and walking away when finished. Using her clawed hands she proceeds to tear at their abdomen until she severs it open - separating their torso from their lower body; she then feeds on her helpless opponent's flesh as they attempt to crawl away.
She's not as safe as some of the other characters, which means she has to take a few risks, but with the ability to stop opponents from jumping it makes people have to change their general game plan. Anything that forces an opponent to play differently is an advantage for you. Mileena's trademark Tele-Kick is a great anti-air attack. It can be done on the ground or in the air and it beats out almost any other aerial attack. It's fast enough to use as a reactionary attack when you see an opponent jump, and if it hits an aerial opponent Mileena can combo after it with a slightly delayed Air Sai Blast followed by a Ball Roll into a full combo.
Mileena [note 1] is a player and occasional boss character from the Mortal Kombat series of fighting games. A dual sai -wielding assassin , she acts as the evil twin and magenta palette swap of Princess Kitana in Mortal Kombat II in She has been promoted throughout the Mortal Kombat games as its semi-ironic sex symbol , especially since Mortal Kombat: Deception when she began a pattern of wearing more revealing outfits. The series' reboot made her even more psychologically unstable, not to mention cannibalistic, and her resemblance to her sister has greatly diminished.