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[MSTING] The Scar [PG-13]
This kind of blatant, power-tripping, "look how cool I am" self-insert is getting harder to find, outside of parodies. Not only does our bright young friend, DeathBlade131313 construct a gun-toting, author-appealing badass (who sounds suspiciously like an amalgam of Kick-Ass, Casey Jones from TMNT and The Punisher), but explicitly alters the rules of the Mortal Kombat universe to make his OC, Black Scar, even more badass. The story (So far) is that 16 year-old Kyle (AKA, infamous vigilante Black Scar) receives a summons for the Mortal Kombat tournament. Once there, he makes fast friends with Sonya Blade and Kurtis Stryker. And also attracts the lustful longings of Kitana... so much so that she's willing to murder Sonya to keep Black Scar to herself... before she even learns Sonya or Kyle's name. Oh and Liu Kang and Raiden show up mid-way through Chapter 4... just so Kyle can punk them both.

This is oldschool Marty Stu-ing, folks. Bask in it!

This is also the longest feature I've ever tackled solo. Yay for me!

(ETA: Almost forgot) You can see the untouched version for yourself here.

Now, on with the disclaimers!

Rifftrax and all related character are property of Rifftrax and Legend Films. The Scar is property of DeathBlade131313. All used without permission.

WARNING: This MSTing contains riffs referring to, inspired by, and/or ripped off from:

Life cereal, Star Wars, Friday the 13th, Spider-Man, Black Sabbath, the first Iron Man movie, Disney's Mighty Ducks animated, The Lion King, Insane Clown Posse, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, That 70s Show, "Wear Sunscreen", The Phantom Tollbooth, The Magic Sword, the NCAA Final Four, Stephanie Mills, Track Of The Moon Beast, Life, the Fantastic Four cartoon (70s vintage), The Simpsons, The Princess Bride, Weird Al Yankovic, Clash of the Titans, The Coneheads, Star Trek, CSI Miami, The Munsters. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Warriors, Quantum Leap, World Championship Wrestling, TV Tropes, Men In Black, Doctor Who, Doom, Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody", Gladiator, and Semisonic's "Closing Time".

And now: The Scar.


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