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T'Challa's condition makes me Queen of Wakanda, not the next Black Panther candidate by default. I will do everything in my power to assure that Wakanda is protected, but my place is by my husband's side. To find the new Black Panther, we need not leave this room. It is up to the Panther God to make the final choice, but it is my belief that she stands among us. Someone who's been training her whole life for this moment.
Professor Xavier dreamed of a world where mutants and humans could live in harmony... where we no longer needed to be afraid. I have tried for so long to keep that dream alive. We all have. That is what the X-Men were. But now, finally, I am starting to see that we failed. The dream is dead. Did it die with Scott, or was that merely the final blow? It doesn't matter now. What matters is that we are still here. We are still alive. I try to appear unshakable. I try to show that there is nothing to fear and the X-Men will endure, like we always have. I keep telling myself that we have to keep fighting. We have to keep trying. I just -- I wish there was some sign. Some sign that I'm doing the right thing. Some sign that we will be all right. But what I get is not a sign of hope. It is a warning. The ground beneath X-Haven begins to shake and I am scared. I am scared that there is no longer a light to guide us out of the darkness. I am scared that I haven't saved us by bringing us here, but rather, I've led us to the brink. I'm scared that this is really the end.
I have tried being her leader. I have tried being her friend. It never holds for long. In my opinion, being Callisto's nightmare might work best in the long-term. Her new scars should aid her memory, this time.
When I was just a girl, I called myself goddess... and I lived in the sky. Sometimes I wonder why I ever left. I'm a mutant with the power to control the weather. Here's where I belong... every nerve connected with the wind, the clouds, the vapor.
You are the maker of things, as Naze said. But what you create here is chaos and pain. A world of unending misery and slaughter. I love you still And I fear always will. But this abomination -- I cannot abide!
Tell your masters that this mutant is under the protection of the X-Men... and if that's not good enough, then he's under my protection. Either as a temporary member of the Fantastic Four... or as the Queen of Wakanda... or perhaps the Office of National Emergency would prefer a diplomatic incident?
When I joined the X-Men, I was a different woman. I swore never to take a life. But that changed. I made an exception. And exceptions became justifications. Taking a life became less horrifying. And today I crossed a line. I took another life. Not a monster or a vampire. An innocent. ... I'm worried now. Because I wonder, the next time I cross that line... Will it be too much to bear?
It was... and might be again. But I cannot... be where everyone knows me. Or thinks they know me... Better than I know myself. Because maybe they do know me better. And I do not want that. I want to make my own life. Before someone else makes it for me. Again.