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Cassie Cage

CBUB Wins: 2
CBUB Losses: 1
Win Percentage: 66.67%

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Read more about Cassie Cage at: Wikipedia

Official Site: NetherRealm Studios

Cassie Cage is a fictional character in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series by NetherRealm Studios. She debuted in Mortal Kombat X (2015) as the daughter of Mortal Kombat champions Sonya Blade and Johnny Cage as she leads a new generation of combatants in the ongoing fight to protect Earthrealm from Shinnok and his forces. Cassie is featured as the main protagonist in the game's story mode and in DC Comics' 2015 prequel comic series as a supporting character. The character has had a mainly positive critical reception for her personality, gender representation, and her Fatality finishing moves.

Following the defeat of evil Outworld emperor Shao Kahn at the end of the 2011 series reboot, Johnny Cage and his wife Sonya Blade see the birth of their child “Cassandra Carlton Cage”, shortened to "Cassie", but they later divorce. Following in her mother's footsteps, Cassie joins the Special Forces, which uses military training and technology to protect Earthrealm from its enemies. Under Raiden's orders, Cassie leads a task force assembled by her father and composed of a new generation of combatants—Jacqui Briggs, Takeda, and Kung Jin. Sonya does not give Cassie preferential treatment. The team gain experience as they attempt a sneak attack on Sub-Zero's Lin Kuei temple and fail, though the attack is revealed to have been a training exercise set up by Johnny. Sub-Zero tells Cassie and her unit they will fail unless they work together as a team.

Sonya sends the team to Outworld to locate Mileena, who has Shinnok's amulet. Cassie encounters the realm's new ruler Kotal Kahn, who begrudgingly allies with her unit to locate the amulet. The team recovers the amulet, but Kotal has them captured out of distrust and intended to use them to lure Raiden to Earthrealm. When the unit return to Earthrealm, they discover Johnny had been abducted by Shinnok and taken to Raiden's Sky Temple, where the fallen Elder God has corrupted the Jinsei, the source of Earthrealm's life force. After her team gets incapacitated or caught up fighting Shinnok's allies, Cassie faces Shinnok alone. During the battle, she discovers she inherited Johnny's ancient power, which increases her strength, and defeats Shinnok before helping Raiden restore the Jinsei. Following this, Sonya, Johnny, and Cassie happily reunite. In a non-canonical arcade ending, Cassie is assigned to hunt a "soul stealer", who is believed to be the resurrected sorcerer, Shang Tsung. She tracks down the soul-stealer, an elderly man who identifies himself as Shujinko after she beats him to near-death.

Cassie returns in Mortal Kombat 11. Two years after defeating Shinnok, she is promoted to Commander and leads a Special Forces strike team alongside Sonya and Jacqui in assaulting the Netherrealm. While the mission was successful, Sonya gave her life to ensure Cassie and the others escaped safely. Due to a time storm caused by the keeper of time, Kronika, Cassie worked with younger versions of Johnny, Sonya, and Jax to figure out what happened. When the Black Dragon cartel and Cyber Lin Kuei warriors attacked the Special Forces headquarters, Cassie fought to keep her parents' younger selves safe, but Kano ultimately captured them. In light of the attack, Raiden transported Cassie and their remaining allies to Hanzo Hasashi's Fire Gardens to regroup. Having put a tracker on Kano's helicopter , Cassie led the surviving Special Forces members in weakening the Black Dragon and rescuing her parents' younger selves. After Kronika kidnaps Liu Kang, Cassie took part in a joint Earthrealm/Outworld attack on Kronika's keep to rescue him. In her non-canonical arcade ending, after defeating Kronika and attaining her god-like power, Cassie resurrects Sonya so she can retire peacefully and maintains her position as a Special Forces commander instead of becoming the new keeper of time.

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Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Yang 12 to 0
Win Trini Kwan 4 to 1
Tie Chloe Bourgeois 2 to 2
Loss Miss America 3 to 8