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Although being formless and ethereal, Raiden often takes form on mortal planes. As such, he appears as a fully-grown man wearing predominately white robes and a blue vest, his face usually shadowed by a straw hat. The effect is enhanced by his glowing blue eyes that radiate with electricity and long white hair, befitting of his god-like status. In Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, one of his outfits is finished by a flowing blue cape. Lastly, his power is so great that he constantly radiates with lightning energy, electricity constantly dancing and crackling around his being. In Deception and Armageddon, his visage is warped by Onaga's malevolent aura when he sacrifices himself, reforming as a dark warrior dressed in black robes and dark armor, his eyes changed from a soothing blue to a belligerent red. His cape was changed to a subdued red and appears tattered at the end. Due to the events of Mortal Kombat (2011), this change was rendered null. However, he seems to return to this form in the post-credits scene of Mortal Kombat X, though now he wears Shinnok's Amulet. He has two primary character designs in the MK11 story, his Dark form from the end of the previous game, and his more traditional look albeit with some alterations. After he merged himself with Liu Kang, Raiden becomes a mere mortal at the end of Story Mode.
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In Mortal Kombat (2011), it is shown that he can also use electricity to heal and resurrect others. He also has the ability to teleport to another destination by transforming his body into an ethereal state. Despite his godly status, he is not indestructible and has limits. Raiden, like any other god, will have his powers taken away should he enter a domain not native to him, with Outworld being the most prominent example of this. His powers can return to him once he returns however. It is also because of his godly status that he is forbidden to directly participate in any Mortal Kombat tournaments unless he takes on a mortal form.
After Shao Kahn's initial defeat, he initiates a plan to merge the two realms via ressurection of the Outworld queen Sindel in Earthrealm. As Shao Kahn invaded Earthrealm and devoured millions of souls, Raiden protected a select few mortals. However, Shao Kahn counters by sending extermination squads to destroy any survivors. Due to the merging of the realms, Raiden could not participate as a god. He instead temporarily reliquinshed his status as a god and sacrificed his immortality. He leads the chosen warriors into battle, and (together with Liu Kang) defeat Shao Kahn once again.
In order to exist in the merged realms of Outworld and Earthrealm, Raiden relinquishes his status as a god and his immortality. He leads the chosen Earth warriors into battle, eventually defeating Shao Kahn himself.
Rounding out the bottom of the list we have the final entry in the Street Fighter Alpha series, which was the only one to crack platinum status thanks to the original PlayStation version reaching 1 million copies sold. 041b061a72