AZBros Armory: Easy Fatality Coin

 

Welcome back to the AZBros Armory! I’m Lockjaw, and I’ll be your guide for today. I’m sure the reason that you’re here is to see what kind of crazy items we have stored away in our armory, right? Thought that might be the case, and you’re in luck, we’ve recently added a very …well… interesting item to our collection. What item you ask? Well, you’ll have to come with me into the AZBros Armory to find out!

easy fatality

Behold! The Easy Fatality Coin! A very rare item, indeed….. okay, it’s actually not that rare. You can purchase these coins using real cash or through the Mortal Kombat X krypt. However, even though it’s not rare, that doesn’t mean it’s not useful , right? Well, maybe in this case it does…. Regardless, let’s dive deeper into the mystery that is…. The Easy Fatality Coin.

So, what is an Easy Fatality Coin? Well, it’s something you can use in Mortal Kombat X in order to… well… easily perform a fatality. Yep, that’s right, no crazy button inputs… or simple ones either. All you have to do is follow the directions on the pause menu. Hold down block at whatever distance it says, then hit the correct button for the fatality you want. Yeah, it’s that easy, guess that’s where the name comes from… So, by using an easy fatality coin, you may execute any fatality of your choice with ease.

When should you use an Easy Fatality Coin? Well, you should use one of these coins if have no idea how to perform fatalities. Since this coin allows you a free fatality, they may be useful to beginners of the franchise. If you haven’t a clue what a fatality is or how to do one, Easy Fatality Coins are there to help you out!

When should you pass on using one of these coins? If you’re a Mortal Kombat veteran and have been pulling off fatalities since the first game, then Easy Fatality Coins will prove to be very useless to you. Over time, fatalities have seemingly become easier and easier to pull off. By now, in Mortal Kombat X, they are a piece of cake to perform. Most are just 4 buttons while standing in a specific location. And not only that, but they give you about an hour before the fatality window closes (joking obviously, but they give you forever!). In the older Mortal Kombat games, the inputs were a lot more complicated (with more buttons) and they gave you only a couple of seconds to execute one. So yeah, if you have no problem pressing a couple of buttons when its time to finish your opponent, then Easy Fatality Coins are definitely not for you.

So there ya go, everything you need to know about Easy Fatality Coins. They have their uses, no doubt, but for most of us we’d rather just pull off the fatality by ourselves without the help of this coin. What’s the fun in a free fatality anyways? It’s more rewarding to learn how to actually do one and pull it off at the end of a match. So for me, I’ll never use one of these coins, but for those of you who will, well, there’s no shame in it. These coins are there to help, and hey, maybe you use many different characters and can’t remember all those inputs. So yeah, use em if you need em, and don’t use em if you don’t need em…… simple enough, right?

Thank you for stopping by the AZBros Armory once again, and I hope to see you back real soon. Hey, and on your way out, feel free to take some Easy Fatality Coins with ya. Seriously, we got too many of these things and have no use for em…. You don’t want em either? Well, I tried. Anyways, check out the rest of the site while you’re here, we cover all sorts of great games! Also, please share your thoughts on this post in the comment section below as well as suggestions for the next edition of AZBros Armory. As always, I’m Lockjaw, and I’ll see you next time!

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Lockjaw

Co-Founder, Streamer & Editor at AZBros.com
I've played video games pretty much my whole life. And I'd say I love them just as much now as I did back then. I really enjoy fighting games and I'm always looking for new ones to try. I really like the competitiveness of fighters, and love testing my skills against other players. However, I also like to just sit back and relax with more casual games, too.

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Lockjaw

I’ve played video games pretty much my whole life. And I’d say I love them just as much now as I did back then. I really enjoy fighting games and I’m always looking for new ones to try. I really like the competitiveness of fighters, and love testing my skills against other players. However, I also like to just sit back and relax with more casual games, too.

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