- Firstly, if you're going to be master of a martial art, make sure it's a good one.
- -- Sage
Appearing in "Memories"Edit
- Lucas Bishop (Behind the scenes)
- Chung Yu
- Sebastian Shaw (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Emma Frost (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Voldemir Zhivago (Behind the scenes)
Synopsis for "Memories"Edit
Sage reflects upon her old days with the Hellfire Club and recalls a personal affect that she wishes to regain. The item was last seen in the possession of a former Hellfire Club shareholder named Voldemir Zhivago. Sage breaks into Zhivago's office and begins rifling through his files. She eventually finds the item in a safe behind a painting. The item is an old photograph of herself and Charles Xavier. As she turns to leave, she encounters Zhivago's bodyguard Chung Yu. Chung Yu claims to be the second best master of Kung Do Karate in the entire world. Sage however, downloads all available data on the originator of the form, Hwang Do Lan, and uses this knowledge to defeat Chung Yu. As guards burst into the office, Sage leaps out the window with her photo and escapes.
Appearing in "The Most Wonderful Time of Year"Edit
Synopsis for "The Most Wonderful Time of Year"Edit
Scott and Emma take a young mutant boy named into town on Halloween night and drop him off. Andy is thrilled for the opportunity to go trick or treating with other children, because it is the one night out of the year where he gets to feel normal. While trick or treating, he befriends a girl named Sue. A couple of men in a van pull up, snatch the little girl and pull off. Andy follows them and attacks them with his mutant animal powers. Sue is rescued and safely returned to her parents. Though Andy is a hero, the nearby adults look upon him with disgust because of his mutant physique. He laments the fact that Halloween is only one night a year.
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