MK1 Pots Vsoihng Klue Solution

In our MK1 Pots Vsoihng Klue Solution guide, we are going to explain how to solve the Pots Vsoihng Klue in Mortal Kombat 1 and show you the rewards you get for figuring it out. This one is a problem, I must admit. The anagram isn’t that bad, but deciphering what it wants is a whole different matter. It actually wants you to do one specific move over and over again. Here’s what has to happen.

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mk1 pots vsoihng klue solution
MK1 Pots Vsoihng Klue Solution

How to Solve MK1 Pots Vsoihng Klue

To solve the Mortal Kombat 1 or MK1 Pots Vsoihng Klue, we first need to figure out what it wants from us. The name of the clue (no, I’m not doing the “K” thing through the whole guide) is an anagram, the solution of which is “Stop Shoving.” So, what we want to do is the exact opposite – shove the living daylights out of your opponent. Okay, but what counts as a shove? The Kameo Throws (forward + Throw). See how your character pushes the opponent before the guest fighter comes in? Those are the shoves the game wants.

As far as I can tell, any Kameo character can be used for this challenge. Sektor, Sareena, and Frost definitely work; I know that much. And it doesn’t seem like you need to end on a Kameo Brutality (Kameo Throw as the final move and then keep tapping Down). It’s enough to just spam the Kameo Throw throughout the whole match.

MK1 Pots Vsoihng Klue Rewards

The rewards for finding the solution of the Pots Vsoihng Klue in MK1 or Mortal Kombat 1 do seem a bit weak, but they aren’t really. Sure, you aren’t getting any cosmetics, which almost every riddle unlocked in the previous season. But, you do get a legendary Talisman and two hundred and fifty Seasonal Kredits. Yes, you did get more Kredits per clue in the previous season. I don’t want to say that Netherrealm are throttling the rewards, we’re still at the beginning stages of Season 2, but it is looking like it. Anyway, here are the rewards.

  • War Horn Legendary Talisman
  • 250x Seasonal Kredits
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