The Mortal Kombat 1 Esdoryt teh Dwlor Invasions riddle sticks out because it is yet another nonsense phrase users are meant to decipher (and there are a lot of nonsense phrases in Invasions). And no, the player does not need to “escort the dweller.” Here’s how to solve the MK1 Esdoryt teh Dwlor Invasions puzzle in the the Fengjian Village.
How to solve the MK1 Esdoryt teh Dwlor Invasions puzzle
The solve the Esdoryt teh Dwlor clue in MK1, you have to perform Cyrax’s Annihilation Fatality at the end of the match. “Esdoryt teh Dwlor” is just an anagram for “Destroy the World,” after all. Like the other Kameo Fatalities, Cyrax’s Fatality is unlocked right from the start, and the input is back, forward, back, and the Kameo button from around jump distance away.
This Fatality, as the scrambled hint implies, destroys the entire globe, making it one of the few Fatalities that takes the winner down with it. It is also a reference to Cyrax’s Fatality from Mortal Kombat Gold, which is also a direct copy of Smoke’s Fatality in Mortal Kombat 3. Kameo Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 1 are often callbacks to old Fatalities.
If you perform the Fatality correctly during the match, the barrier will fall and allow you to run to the chest and plunder its rewards. The spoils are often randomized in Invasions, but you should get consumables, gear, palettes, or skins. It is wise to grab these chests during the season since each season has its share of exclusive rewards.
If you are having trouble with the Fatality input, you can go in to the Fatality training in the main menu. This will let you figure out the distance for each Fatality, which is generally useful since you can disable to timer and keep trying if you fail.
MK1 ESDORYT TEH DWLOR Invasion clue FAQ
A: The Esdoryt teh Dwlor clue in MK1 is an anagram for “Destroy the World.” You don’t need to “escort the dweller.” Instead, it’s a hint pointing you to perform Cyrax’s Annihilation Fatality.
A: To solve the puzzle, execute Cyrax’s Annihilation Fatality at the end of the match. This Fatality is unlocked from the beginning, and its input is back, forward, back, and the Kameo button from a jump distance. Successfully performing the Fatality will drop the barrier, granting you access to a chest with various in-game rewards.
A: If you’re having difficulty with the Fatality input, you can practice in the Fatality training section in the main menu. This training mode helps you understand the required distance for each Fatality and allows unlimited attempts without a timer constraint.