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Appearing in "Angel: War in the Savage Land"Edit

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  • Ka-Zar (Mentioned)
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Synopsis for "Angel: War in the Savage Land"Edit

Xavier died, Warren purchased the Savage Land to make a safe haven for mutants. Ka-Zar is pretty upset about Warren's plans, and they both ready for a war over who really controls the Savage Land.

Appearing in "X-Treme X-Men: Rogue, P.I."Edit

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Destiny's diaries were fakes written by Mystique, and in the pursuit of the wild goose chase the diaries led them on, Rogue inherited Destiny's abilities. When the X-Men parted ways, she went on to become a super strong private investigator who can see possible futures and absorb past memories with a touch.

Appearing in "Exiles: Static Problematic"Edit

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A high turnover rate caused the current roster of Exiles.

Appearing in "Storm: Goddess of Thunder"Edit

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Synopsis for "Storm: Goddess of Thunder"Edit

Storm never felt like a part of the X-Men, and longed to get back to her natural roots. She spent time in hurricanes and tornadoes until she met Thor, God of Thunder, and fell in love with him. Tarene was jealous of Storm and attempted to kill her, only to be slain by Thor, making Storm the new Goddess of Thunder to reign at his side.

Appearing in "Blob & Mystique: Assassins in Love?"Edit

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Synopsis for "Blob & Mystique: Assassins in Love?"Edit

Mystique and Blob left the Brotherhood of Mutants to set out on their own.

Blob became a professional Super Sumo Federation Wrestler, and eventually champion, while Mystique became a premier assassin of organized crime figures, setting up perfect hits of top mob bosses.

While Blob was hired to protect one of Mystique's hits, they met in battle, somehow becoming partners when it was all said and done. Blob attributes her attraction to him by one phrase, "Chicks dig tattoos."

Appearing in "Psylocke: The Bladeless Sword"Edit

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  • Ovi (Mentioned)

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Synopsis for "Psylocke: The Bladeless Sword"Edit

Psylocke is bitten by an Ovi which ate her family in their sleep, and is empowered with super human strength and makes her virtually immortal, though she now hungers for human flesh.

Appearing in "X-Force: N.Y.X.F."Edit

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The government acknowledges the growing mutant population and creates a special task force led by Cable to police them called N.Y.X.F.

Appearing in "X-Men: Reborn"Edit

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Apocalypse captured Professor X in 2006, experimenting on his abilities to unlock all the mutants on the planet. More than 200,000 mutants are instantly born, and Charles Xavier dies.

Appearing in "X-Man: Live from Pakistan"Edit

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X-Man threatens humanity to behave or be destroyed.

Appearing in "X-Men: War to Come"Edit

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Synopsis for "X-Men: War to Come"Edit

Magneto learned he had only months to live, and waged all out war in the middle of New York City. In one last desperate gamble, Rogue attempted to absorb his entire life force, but his psyche overwhelmed hers, causing her mind to be lost forever, and Magneto to rule her body.

He renewed his plans at domination, and broke into the High Evolutionary's Savage Land fortress to find a virus that would kill all Homo Sapiens, leaving mutants to rule. Millions were wiped out, and mutants were locked up in an attempt to find a cure.

Only three X-Men remain to thwart his plans, and they'll do whatever it takes to win this time.

Appearing in "X-Men: X"Edit

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The X-Men no longer have a Mansion to hide in, and must hide in the masses of humanity. Scott is their leader again because Charles Xavier's dream of a world where mutant and man are united has died along with him.

Appearing in "Generation X: The Last Family"Edit

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Appearing in "Deadpool: I'm Available"Edit

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Appearing in "New Mutants: First Soldiers"Edit

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Appearing in "X-Men: The Retro Men"Edit

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Appearing in "Cable: War Journal Entry 122312"Edit

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Appearing in "Bishop: Father of Man"Edit

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Appearing in "Alpha Flight: Project Epsilon"Edit

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Appearing in "X-Force: Primetime Doop"Edit

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Appearing in "Brother(hood)'s Keeper"Edit

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Appearing in "X-Men rEvolution"Edit

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The five social outcasts of Bellview High School happen to be the only five mutants. They put a band together and end up uniting mutant-kind with their music.

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