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Appearing in "Pharaoh's Legacy (Part 8) - A Heart Attacked"Edit

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Synopsis for "Pharaoh's Legacy (Part 8) - A Heart Attacked"Edit

As Plasma takes off her helmet, Plasma realises with horror that Plasma is actually Leilia O’Toole. She swears, as Queen, that her men will look after Wolverine, as she walks with Havok and explains the whole truth. She was indoctrinated into the Cult of the Living Pharaoh, but when she tried to flee, she was caught immediately, rather than escaping as she’d pretended. She was sent to capture him in Australia, but she decided not to follow through with the plan, as she discovered that she was the heir to the Throne of the Living Pharaoh. She was still kidnapped by one of her own, who didn’t realise she was the heir. As they reach an arena, she asks him to release his cosmic energies so she can absorb his power and continue the rule of the Pharaohs. Havok refuses to help her, and so she knocks him across the room, before grabbing him by his costume. She threatens to kill him, but he knows that she needs him, so she can only throw him into the crowd. She directs a beam of energy at him, hitting some of the crowd in the process as he dives clear. She again demands his power, but he refuses once more. In anger, she fires a beam of energy into the roof of the cave, and it starts to collapse. As one of her henchmen threatens to kill him, Wolverine appears and despatches him. While the cave continues to collapse, Wolverine tries to make him leave, but he goes back in. He punches Plasma for using him, and then follows Wolverine out, swearing not to be used again.

Appearing in "Panther's Quest (Part 19) - Chances"Edit

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  • Slade (corpse)
  • Sarah Slade

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Synopsis for "Panther's Quest (Part 19) - Chances"Edit

Black Panther lays into yet another nameless enemy as he fights his way towards Slade. However, when he gets there, he finds that Slade has already been killed, before he could say where his mother is being held. He reacts angrily, before leaping onto the roof as a soldier enters. He orders Zanti to follow him, but he doesn’t think he can get up. Black Panther, vowing not to lose another, pulls him onto the rooftop. As the soldier fires, he misses Zanti’s foot by inches, before Black panther and Zanti disappear into the night.

Later that night, Zanti awakes from his nap aching from dashing over rooftops, while T’Challa watches the Magistrate of Communication’s nightly propaganda broadcast. Zanti reacts angrily as they blame all of the events on Black Panther, airbrushing the truth. T’Challa hurriedly packs a bag, as he tells Zanti that he plans to track down Slade’s wife, Sarah.

In a bar, Sarah Slade leans on a table, drunk, and surrounded by the debris from the attack earlier. She recognises T’Challa when he enters, and accuses him of murdering her husband. He denies it, but she doesn’t care. As she reaches for another bottle, she passes him a letter left by a man named Strike for him, from his mother. She shows him the door, and T’Challa walks into the night. He reads the letter, but it only tells him to go away. He drops the letter and disappears into the dark.

Appearing in "Rise and Shine (Part 6) - Rise and Shine"Edit

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  • Charles
  • Schirmer

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Synopsis for "Rise and Shine (Part 6) - Rise and Shine"Edit

In a laboratory, two surgeons leave as Gina Dyson prepares to operate on Eric Savin. As she finishes the work of the many surgeons, splicing the computer into his brain, it records her words as she speaks about how Eric is the only chance she has to stop the nightmare situation she finds herself in. As she implants the final parts, like the bionic eye and advanced prosthetics, she finishes the job and is congratulated by Mako. He orders Charles to strap him back into the car, that they pilot by remote control back to the fake city. When Eric wakes up, he asks where he is, surprised when a voice in his mind answers New York. As he asks who he is, the computer replies that it cannot tell him, as the relevant data is locked away. It can only tell him he is Coldblood-7, and is being targeted by a tank. He manages to destroy the tank and escape the city.

Back in Mako’s base, he angrily finds that Schirmer lost track of Coldblood-7, but has been found by another robot disguised as Gina. He tells his men he is still going to go ahead with the security convention, despite having lost control of Coldblood-7, his main sales item. He summons the car, but as Gina returns, she peels off her face to reveal a TV screen on which Mako appears. He tells him that he has the real Gina, and if he tries to tell anyone about himself, he will kill her. He asks Coldblood to come back, so he can make further modifications in return for Gina’s life. As Coldblood destroys the Gina robot, Mako sits back in his chair and smiles, telling his men to prepare the security convention for Coldblood’s arrival.

Appearing in "Having a Wild Weekend (Part 1) - Having a Wild Weekend"Edit

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Synopsis for "Having a Wild Weekend (Part 1) - Having a Wild Weekend"Edit

In Excalibur’s lighthouse, their completely normal weekend is interrupted as Kitty shouts from the cellar. She tells them something strange is happening to her computer, but Brian thinks it is just her imagination. However, as the word ‘surprise’ is projected from the screen to hang in mid-air, Kitty proves that something is amiss. Suddenly, a group of figures appears, along with their name projected in the air. The Loonies have arrived! Excalibur leap into action as the Loonies charge. As Brian wonders aloud about who they are, Guns Gummy decides to introduce them all, as Rooster Cockburn, Billy Bird, Southpaw, The Paw and Tailgunner. Guns Gummy shoots Captain Britain with a weapon that makes him feel like jelly. As Meggan turns into a wolf as she fights The Ham, he transforms her into a pig. Meanwhile, Tailgunner takes out Widget with an oversized mallet. As Kitty is frozen stiff by Southpaw, Rachel is sent into a deep sleep by Rooster Cockburn and his powers of suggestion. Nightcrawler teleports across the room, but is weak from the effort, and Billy Bird slashes him with a razor sharp feather that knocks him out. Billy Bird then throws a toy train that knocks Lockheed from the sky, and as he hits the floor, he too becomes unconscious. The Loonies begin to put each member of Excalibur in a Carrot containment module that neutralises their power.

Meanwhile, in Crossmoor Prison, a shadowed figure begins to laugh as he realises what he has accomplished.

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  • [1] plot summary at uncannyxmen.net

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