Mortal Kombat 11's Erron Black has an especially interesting unlockable intro. This intro shows Erron Black pulling out a custom wanted poster for whichever fighter they're up against, complete with a custom sketch of the enemy, their name, and a unique bounty. It has taken a surprising amount of time, but Mortal Kombat 11 players have now taken all of Erron Black's wanted posters and put them into a sort of tier list.

The tier list, in effect, depicts the in-universe value associated with how dangerous every fighter in Mortal Kombat 11 is. Disappointingly, the actual bounty amounts aren't particularly diverse. While they range between $999,999,999 and $0, there are only 5 different "Tiers." The vast majority of Mortal Kombat 11's fighters fall on just two of these tiers, with the other three tiers featuring just a single fighter. In other words, there's a "Dangerous" tier and a "Not As Dangerous" tier, with 3 unique cases.

The 3 unique cases interesting on their own. The $0 reward is such a unique case and is for the Kollector. It might be that the Kollector is unknown and mysterious, so that he doesn't have a bounty, or it could be that no one likes collector and he has no value. Given NetherRealm's sense of humor, either is possible. In that thread, Johnny Cage is the next unique with a $500 bounty. Fans are guessing that's a reference to one of his lines about his $500 sunglasses. The last unique, the $999,999,999 bounty is for Cetrion, which Mortal Kombat 11 players likely already understand.

The remaining two tiers are at $5,000,000 and $100,000. There are 10 fighters in the $5,000,000 range and the rest are at the lower bounty. The more dangerous fighters include Shao Khan, Kotal Khan, Shang Tsung, Liu Kang, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Sonya Blade, Kano, Terminator, and recently added, Sindel. These are apparently NetherRealm's idea of the most dangerous characters in the game, or perhaps the characters most deserving of being raised above the others.

Obvious, for a tier list, Erron Black's bounties are rather silly. They don't actually mean anything in terms of gameplay. They don't really mean anything in general, likely being more of a joke for NetherRealm to have fun with than anything serious. Nevertheless, the bounties are somewhat of a Mortal Kombat 11 Easter egg and something fans can have some fun considering. The more of those in any game, the better.

Mortal Kombat 11 is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One.