When the Lin Kuei clan decided to automate their ninja in the events leading up to Mortal Kombat 3, Sektor, out of loyalty, was their first member to volunteer to undergo the process, and would later appear to be their most successful creation yet. Designated unit LK-9T9, he was sent to find and kill the rogue clansman Sub-Zero. He attempted to complete this mission twice (during Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Gold), but never succeeded. Events would leave him as the only active cyborg remaining of the three created, with Smoke having been captured and shut down in an Outworld prison, and Cyrax having become a member of the Outer World Investigation Agency after his soul was restored.

During his many violent battles against Outworld forces, Sektor's program became corrupted. He believed the Lin Kuei Grandmaster to be inferior, and set his new objective to eliminate him and took control of the clan. Sektor successfully slew the Grandmaster, but was stopped from claiming the Dragon Medallion, the proof of the clan's leadership, by a returning Sub-Zero. Sub-Zero defeated Sektor in battle and claimed the title of Grandmaster. After his defeat, Sektor fled to Japan and formed the Tekunin, his own clan of cyborg ninja warriors.
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Page Updated:  July 6th, 2023

You know they couldn't make a yellow robot-ninja without making a red robot-ninja too, right? lol. Anyhow, Sektor had some unique moves when he debuted in MK3... such as shooting missile projectiles out of his chest (which was a bit ridiculous, even considering the series). Overall, his original moveset wasn't as exciting or as innovative as Cyrax's.

His design was finally fleshed out in MK9, where his original human form is shown for the first time. The designers did a great job at differentiating Sektor and Cyrax as designs, as they both look and fight considerably differently in MK9. Still, Sektor's fighting style is a bit silly at times... but still pretty cool.

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