Moira MacTaggert appears in 1587 issues.
Seeking challenges, Arcade has tested the abilities of many superheroes in the Marvel Universe. Trapped inside his dangerous Murderworlds and playing to survive, always nothing more than just a game for Arcade.
A corrupted native American god who serves the Chaos King and opposes Thunderbird and his team of X-Men.
One of the original Acolytes, Chrome saved Magneto's life when Asteroid M fell to Earth by using his power of transmuting elements to wrap him in a layer of metal.
Cyber is a mutant and an enemy of Wolverine and the X-Men. He is also well known throughout the criminal underworld, where he often hires himself out as a special enforcer.
Delgado was one of the original Acolytes. He died when Asteroid M crashed.
Though a member of Magneto's Acolytes, Cortez often rebelled against him, and was finally killed by Magneto.
Moira MacTaggert was once one of the world's leading authorties on genetic mutation and was the only non-mutant to contract the Legacy Virus.
Gravemoss was a villain of the original incarnation of Excalibur.
Hauptmann Englande is the Nazi version of Captain Britain from Earth-597. He lead the alternate version of Excalibur, the Lightning Force.
Acolyte loyal to Magneto, who died at the hands of Holocaust when he broke free. Strangly enough he later returns without explanation.
Katu is an Inuin and a living conduit of interatmospheric anomalies. He lost his arms in a battle with Omega Red and had cybernetic arms attached.
Ruler of the N'Garai
The son of Charles Xavier and Gabrielle Haller, David Haller is the powerful Omega-level mutant known as Legion. He possesses hundreds of mutant abilities ranging from telekinesis to reality warping, but each power is controlled by a different persona, which could be either benevolent or malevolent.
After he was reduced to infancy, Magneto was remanded to the care of Dr. Moria MacTaggart. Rather than being motherly, she experimented on him. She discovered that Magneto channeled to much energy through his nervous system and it caused a chemical overload in his brain, perhaps leading to madness. In hopes of find a cure for the instability of her her own son Proteus, she used the infant Magnus as a test subject. Her experiments were unsuccessful, but when Magneto discovered the alterations in his gene code he was enraged. Though she was later killed by Mystique while laying the groundwork for the cure for the Legacy Virus, Magneto still bears a violent grudge against MacTaggart to this day.
Milan was one of the Acolytes who helped kidnap Moira MacTaggert, until she was later rescued by the X-Men. Milan later died on Avalon, the homebase of the Acolytes, when Holocaust attacked
Miss Locke is the right hand woman to the villain Arcade.
Mr. Chambers is the right hand to the villain Arcade.
19th Century scientist Nathaniel Essex was genetically mutated by Apocalypse, who shared his philosophy of Social Darwinism. Becoming the immortal Mr. Sinister, he is perhaps the greatest geneticist in the world; capable of cloning, creating, enhancing, and controlling mutant abilities.
True to her name, the shape shifting Mystique is an enigma. Is she a mutant terrorist determined to bring about the end of humanity, or a misguided mutant with a good heart?
Neophyte is a pacifist member of the mutant fanatical group the Acolytes, who are religious followers of Magneto. Neophyte was tried for treason against the group, but has since rejoined their ranks. He was most recently seen as a resident of the mutant island Utopia.
Onslaught was born from the minds of Professor X and Magneto, and is a nigh-omnipotent villain, and can absorb powers from various other characters. Onslaught is mostly remembered for his part in the deaths of the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Hulk and Doctor Doom that led to the Heroes Reborn reboot.
Deceased supervillain that fought Dead Girl in Hell.
An abusive priest who raised Wolfsbane, later revealed to be her biological father. He lives somewhere near Muir Island, Scotland.
Victor Creed is the feral mutant called Sabretooth. He was a member/subject of the Weapon X Project and is the arch-enemy of Wolverine. Unlike Wolverine, Sabretooth embraces his primal instincts, leaving death in his wake. Due to a spell gone wrong by Scarlet Witch, Sabretooth got inverted and became a more heroic person for a while.
The Noble Knight of the Acolytes. This "knight" however is anything but noble, and is actually as monstrous and vicious as his own appearance suggests.
When the telepathic mutant Amahl Farouk’s physical body died after facing off against Charles Xavier he became the psionic entity known as The Shadow King. The encounter with the Farouk was the incident that convinced Charles Xavier to found the X-Men.
One of Phalanx warriors who has independent though-pattern. It also chose to assimilate a dog for it's host.
Siena Blaze is a mutant with the ability to control and become magnetic energy at the cost of damaging Earth's electromagnetic field. After battling the X-Men, she found herself in another reality where she became a member of Warstrike's Exiles.
Moira MacTaggert lived the nightmare of Stryfe's Legacy Virus, immersing herself in studying its building blocks before contracting it herself.
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