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Rogue

(Anna-Marie NLN) (X-Treme X-Men era)

A short profile about Rogue of the X-Men as she was during the early 2000s

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Rachel Summers

(Profile #1)

Our first chronological profile for Rachel, covering her 1981-1987 career with the X-Men before fully switching to "Phoenix" with Excalibur. Psionically powerful, but young and traumatised.

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Cerise


Alien soldier mostly seen in the pages of Marvel's Excalibur. Force manipulation powers.

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Kylun


A Marvel mutant who is also a heroic fantasy heroic swordsman. As seen in some classic Excalibur issues.

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Korvus


The rogue Shi'ar with a giant sword who worked with the Starjammers and the X-Men.

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Secbots


Mass-produced military power armour. This unit clashed with the X-Men at Cheyenne Mountain in 1985.

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Gladiator

(Kallark)

Our terribly old notes for Gladiator of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard, a Superman expy in the Marvel Universe. Still, it could be a useful stats benchmark. Or quick read.

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Proteus aka Mutant X

Kevin MacTaggert

The dreaded Mutant X, a psychotic killer reality manipulator who possesses people. More fun than a barrel of monkey corpses.

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Danielle Moonstar

(Profile #1 - as Psyche, Year One)

This is for Danielle Moonstar of the New Mutants early during her career, as Psyche.

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Master Mold


Covers the 1970s, back when Sentinels engineer Steven Lang and the Sentinel Master Mold were a single entity attempting to kill all mutants.

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Rapture

(Sister Joy)

A sort of artificial merger between Angel, Nightcrawler and maybe Mystique (looks-wise). From Cerebro's team of artificial X-Men. WInged swordswoman.

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Crux


Minor X-Men opponent with fire and ice powers. Part of a team of faux X-Men.

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Chaos

(aka Xaos) (Daniel Dash)

Obscure X-Men enemy, part of a team of same. Incoherent blaster.

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Mellencamp

(a.k.a. Melloncamp)

A minor foe of the X-Men, who seems to have regenerative powers. We think.

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Tower

(Edward Pasternak)

Brutish but seasoned mutant mercenary with growth powers. Primarily known as a 1986 X-Factor antagonist.

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Decay

(Jacob Lashinski)

An obscure Acolyte of Magneto and enemy of Quicksilver. Reluctant lifeforce vampire.

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Banshee

(Sean Cassidy)

Super-ancient notes about Banshee of the X-Men. Little more than DCH stats.

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Cole


One of the cyborg soldiers who fought the X-Men as Hellfire Club guards then as Reavers.

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Empath

(Manuel de la Rocha)

The mutant emotions manipulator who formerly was with the Hellions.

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Beak

(Barnell Bohusk)

The unglamorous mutant who worked with the X-Men and the EXiles, achieving a surprising amount.

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