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Information-silkReal NameSara Grey-Bailey
Information-silkRelatives
Charles, Malkin, Eleanor, Lady Grey (ancestors);[1]

Elaine Grey (mother, deceased);
John Grey (father, deceased);
Paul Bailey (husband);
Gailyn Bailey (daughter, deceased);
Joseph Bailey (son, deceased);
Julia Grey (sister, deceased);[1]
Roger Grey (brother, deceased);[1]
Liam Grey (brother, deceased);[1]
Phoenix (sister, deceased);
Madelyne Pryor (sister's clone, deceased);
Cyclops (brother-in-law);
Marvel Girl (alternate reality niece);
Cable (nephew, deceased);
Stryfe (nephew's clone, deceased);
Nate Grey (alternate reality nephew);
Derry Campbell (nephew, deceased);
Julian (nephew, deceased);
Bekka Wallis (niece, deceased);
Mary-Margaret (niece, deceased);
Kindra (niece, deceased);
Terry Maguire (relative);
Brian Grey (paternal uncle, deceased);
Phyliss (maternal aunt, deceased);
Roy Dennefer (maternal uncle, deceased);
Fred Harriman (in-law on father's side, deceased);
Hope Summers (adoptive grand-niece);

Dark Mother, Clarity (alleged relatives)[1]
Status
Information-silkAlignmentGood
Information-silkIdentityNo Dual Identity
Information-silkCitizenshipAmerican
Information-silkMarital StatusMarried
Characteristics
Information-silkGenderFemale
Information-silkEyesGreen
Information-silkHairRed
Origin
Information-silkUniverseEarth-616
Information-silkPlace of BirthAnnandale-on-Hudson, New York
Information-silkCreatorsChris Claremont, John Byrne
First AppearanceAppearance of Death
X-Men #136X-Men Vol 2 #36
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HistoryEdit

Sister of Jean Grey, Sara and her husband Paul suddenly disappeared after speaking out on behalf on mutant relations.[2]

It was later learned that Sara had been murdered by mutant-hating fanatics, likely acting on orders from Cameron Hodge. Her body was also absorbed by the Phalanx.[3]

They were survived by their children, Gailyn Bailey and Joey Bailey, until the Shi'ar Death Commandos slaughtered all the remaining Grey relatives with the exception of Marvel Girl and Cable.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Powers

She says that she is a human[2], but apparently she possess some sort of latent mental powers, that have helped her resist the Phalanx.

Stephen Lang says about her: "She is a recalcitrant sort, never really sublimating her stubborn will properly to the interests of the Phalanx. Her mental strength is truly remarkable - much like her sister's."[3]

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