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Deathstroke is the world's best mercenary.

Deathstroke is first seen in Metropolis, confronting a man who owes him money. Stricken with fear, the man claims to have his money. Deathstroke doesn't listen and lobs off the man's head. As he begins to walk off, Deathstroke is confronted by The Flash. After warning The Flash to go back to Keystone City, they begin to fight. The Flash wins the battle.

In chapter four, Deathstroke appears in Gotham City. There, Deathstroke meets and fights against Sub-Zero (a ninja with powers similar to Killer Frost).

In chapter 6, having joined Lex Luthor, Deathstroke is paired with the Joker. They travel in search of a teleporter, when they confront Sonya Blade and Kano in the graveyard. A teleporter malfunction transports them to the Oan Senate.

A fight ensues with The Joker beating both Sonya Blade and Kano. Upon teleporting back to the Graveyard, Joker challenges and fights Deathstroke -- beating him as well.

Deathstroke is seen in the final two chapters of story mode with Lex Luthor's group against the fighters of Earth-realm. He once again fights Kano where neither of them win.

In his arcade ending Deathstroke defeats Dark Khan gaining even more power. Deathstroke then creates a clan of warriors -- deemed the Deathstrike Clan -- with powers to aid him in fulfilling his ambitions.


Deathstroke loses to everyone he is seen fighting with the exception of Kano who he draws with twice. Deathstroke is also not playable in story mode, and neither are Catwoman, Kano, or Baraka.

Deathstoke's arcade ending is non-canocial.


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