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Angel's Aerie is a ski cabin style mansion owned by the X-Man Warren Worthington (Aka Angel/Archangel), and is located in an undisclosed location somewhere in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.[1]

Angel's Aerie was first seen when Bobby Drake took his girlfriend, Terri Sue Bottoms, there, to enjoy the pool with Warren and his girlfriend, Candy Southern. The group was attacked, by Master Mold, and Bobby was captured, with Warren following after. Later, the X-Men visited Warren and Candy and this visit, immediately, preceded the the X-Men's first encounter with the Inner Circle of the Hellfire Club.[2]

Angel's Aerie was referred to as The Defenders Mansion when it served as "New" Defenders headquarters, when Beast tried to reorganize the Defenders team.[3]

More recently, Cyclops, wanting to become proactive and remain in secret, commandeered the mansion for X-Force, as their new de facto headquarters. From this secluded location Cyclops was able to secretly supervise this strike team's covert operations (including the systematic assassination of members of the Human Council) away from the main body of the X-Men, without Warren's knowledge.[1] [4] After finding-out about X-Force's meetings in the mansion, Warren began to object, until he was attacked, by a hypnotized Wolfsbane, and was transformed in Archangel again.

All of the members of X-Force have lived at Angel's Aerie, if only briefly. Like most X-Men headquarters, Angel's Aerie has sustained large amounts of damage.[5] [6]

Points of Interest

  • Cantilever Balcony - over looking the forest and mountains, this is usually where Cyclops and Wolverine discuss missions and debrief.[1] [4] [7]
  • Lounge - High ceilings, a large fireplace and ski cabin style decor. Wolfsbane and Hrimhari conceived their child here.[8]
    Hrimhari and Rahne Sinclair (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 3 17 0001
  • Racquetball Court - Used to test Wolfsbane's level of brainwashing and reaction to seeing Angel.[5]
  • Kitchen/Dining Room - State of the art kitchen with marble table tops and reproductions on works of art such as The Scream artist Edvard Munch.[5]
  • Bedrooms - There are an unknown amount of bedrooms. Many of the members of X-Force and the Defenders have stayed there at least temporarily.[5]

Residents

Current Residents

Former Residents

Noteable Visitors

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