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Mortal Kombat 1 Invasion Klue Guide

In the exciting new Invasion mode for Mortal Kombat 1, you will sometimes come across clues that block your path. In this Mortal Kombat 1 Invasion Klue Guide we’ll list all of the different klues we have found so far and the solutions required to solve those Klues so you can continue to progress.

Fengjian Village Klue
Solution: Destroy The World
Solve: Use Cyrax Kameo finisher Annihilation to win the fight

Sun Do Festival Klue
Klue: Toasty
Solution: To complete this clue all you need to do is win the fight using Scorpion as your Kameo, then at the end of the fight, use Scorpion’s Toasty fatality to kill the enemy.

Solution: Talisman 4
Solve: Use 4 charges of a Talisman in the fight

Tarkatan Colony Klues
Klue: Flipping Out
Solution: Enter the battle and change stance as many times as you can while hitting the enemy. I think it’s about 20 times. L2/LT on PS/Xbox

Klue: Dedaerht
Solution: Threaded
Solve: Use Ashrah’s Threaded finisher which is down, down, back, O on PlayStation. Whatever your mid kick button is.

Shang Tsung’s Laboratory
Klue: Another Test Subject
Solution: Play as Shang Tsung and use his fatality to win the fight

Living Forest Klues

Klue: Quackx10
Solution: Use a taunt 10x in the fight (Press Down on the D-pad 4 times)

Solution: Inner Demon (It’s spelled backwards)
Solve: Use Sareena as your Kaemo and use her fatality to end the fight

Klue: Erteca Aosch
Solution: Create chaos
Solve: This one appears to be bugged. Simply win the fight and you can walk through the logs. The likely solution is to use

Fire Temple Klues
Solution: Trick Hat
Solve: Use Kung Lao as a Kameo and use his fatality to finish the fight

Klue: Use the element that brings life
Solve: Use Rain as a character and finish the fight using his fatality

We will continue to update this Mortal Kombat 1 Invasion Klue Guide as we progress through the game.

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