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The Uncanny X-Men are a superhero team of mutants that were founded by fellow mutant Professor Charles Xavier. They are dedicated to helping fellow mutants and sworn to protect a world that fears and hates them.

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  • When the X-Men were still fairly new in the world Tobias and the rest of the Promise decided to try and take the newest members of the X-Men, Lorna Dane and Alex Summers unwillingly into their group. Since they had the least connection to Charles Xavier and his beliefs and perceptions of mutants they felt they'd come around to their cause more easily. Lucy Robinson talked Tobias into also taking Warren Worthington III as well. Through the use of "teaching circuits" Tobias had hoped the new recruits would wake up with an understanding of his cause and join willingly after that. However Lucy was able to rig her and Angel's suspended animation cylinder causing them to awaken in a much shorter time. She wanted out of the Promise because she believed Tobias has become obsessed with his dream and that he doesn't care who's lives he ruins in obtaining his goal. Lucy herself abandoned her family for Tobias's crusade to save the world. Eventually Lucy was able to wake up Lorna along with the rest the Promise but suspiciously Tobias wasn't able to awaken even though his vitals were normal. It's suggested that Lucy had something to do with it. The remaining members of Promise decided it best to remain awake and help mutants now before a war that may or may not even happen.

  • Member of Promise.

  • Member of Promise.

  • Craig, Gene, and Simon were recruited by Tobias Messenger for his team the Promise. Craig and Gracie seem to have some sort of romantic relationship with on another.

  • Member of Promise.

  • Member of Promise.

  • The man and would-be child molester preyed upon unwary children and dressed up in superhero costumes to lure them away. Arriving at a playground, the man approached a young boy named Terrence and pretended to be an X-Man and offered to show him his special mutant power and some tricks if he would come with him. Just as he was about to snatch the young boy, the real X-Men arrived and he was held aloft by Wolverine who in turn offered to show him some tricks of his own (Be X-tra Safe with the X-Men#1).

  • Chulyen is supposedly a "Crow God" who formerly "owned" parts of alaska. Moon Wolf is supposedly his disciple and channels the crow god to "steal the land back from those who stole it..."(Uncanny X-Men #357).

  • Moon Wolf is an Native American, possibly an Eskimo, who believes he can talk to the Crow god Chulyen, and is his humble servant. To most of the people of Anchorage, though, he is just a crazy loon. The Beast, Angel, and Iceman came to Anchorage, Alaska to see Cyclops after he was recuperating from the attack of the Prime Sentinels. When a crow hit the window of the cab they were taking, the cab hits a moose. When Iceman went outside to see if the moose is all right, he witnessed Moon Wolf in the shadows, talking like a crow, but once he told the other X-Men, the Beast quickly dismissed it as Bobby's overactive imagination. Sheriff Chris Miller came over and put the moose out of its misery. Chris then took Hank, Bobby, and Warren over to where Cyclops and Phoenix lived, and introduced his wife Staci and sister-in-law Melissa. The X-Men went to dinner at a local restaurant where Bobby, for a second time, witnessed Moon Wolf talking about the coming of Chulyen. As the X-Men began to order food, a massive murder of crows attacked and the X-Men helped the sheriff fight them off. Realizing the crows were a threat, the X-Men split up; while Angel and Beast tried to find the source of the crows, Cyclops and Phoenix handled the crows attacking in the town, and Iceman went after Moon Wolf. After Scott and Jean saved Chris Miller and his deputy, Iceman managed to capture Moon Wolf. Cyclops finally destroyed all the remaining crows with one wide optic blast. Iceman then tried to prove Moon Wolf was controlling the birds and showed them Moon Wolf's Bag of Enchantment, but found only birdseed inside. After Moon Wolf was arrested, Iceman saw smoke pour from Moon Wolf's eyes, turn into a crow, and vanish (Uncanny X-Men#356-357).

  • The leader of the Brotherhood, friend to Orwell and rival of Marshal.

  • Nekra can change her angry emotions into super strength, endurance & resistance to injuries.

  • A ruthless mercenary who has operated as the right-hand man of the Red Skull as well as a member of the Skeleton Crew, Serpent Squad and, surprisingly, Thunderbolts.

  • Tam is one of the leaders of the Genoshan Magistrates and went out with Havok.

  • Member of the Desturi and ally of Doctor Doom in his global war.

  • Mysterio was a formidable foe to Spider-Man. So much so that his arts of illusion were carried on by others after the original Mysterio's death. The original Mysterio, Quentin Beck, has recently returned. The events behind his resurrection are currently shrouded in mystery.

  • An evil genius and leader of the Frightful Four.

  • Servant of Candra, who confronted X-Men (Gambit, Storm and Jean Grey).

  • Salvatore was a member of the Hellfire Club's security guards, who took down X-Men (X-Men #131).

  • Lydia Nance was the director of the Heritage Initiative, an anti-mutant organization. She was interviewed on TV by the Fact Channel, where she expressed her views of mutants as beings of mass destruction and dismissed the prejudice they suffered. In an attempt to further damage the reputation of mutantkind, Nance paid the telepath Mesmero to assemble a new incarnation of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and commit terrorist acts. Firstly, the Broterhood attacked the United Nations Headquarters, and then kidnapped the mayor of New York and held him hostage. The latter mission was intended to lure the X-Men to a trap to kill them in an explosion. Not only did the Nance's plan fail, but also when the X-Men were fighting the Brotherhood, Prestige discovered about Mesmero's involvement with Nance. The X-Men confronted Nance, and intimidated her in light of being unable to properly accuse her due to having no admissible proof (X-Men: Gold Vol 2 #1-3).

  • The successor of the original Avalanche, this unknown mutant seemingly has the same powers as the original. He has joined the New Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

  • The successor of the original Pyro, this unknown mutant seemingly has the same powers as the original. He has joined the New Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

  • Cleevus was a member of the new iteration of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants following the war between Inhumans and the X-Men. Along with the other members of the Brotherhood, Cleevus attacked the United Nations Headquarters, being ultimately confronted by the X-Men. Cleevus and the Brotherhood later kidnapped the mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio. It was discovered by the X-Men that Cleevus had been brainwashed by the Brotherhood's leader, Mesmero, into joining the team and carrying out those attacks. Mesmero's control was eventually lifted, allowing Cleevus to leave the Brotherhood (X-Men: Gold Vol 2 #1-3).

  • The Leviathon Mother was a giant and monstrous entity and the matriarch of the Leviathon Tide, who launched an invasion of Earth.

  • 0101 originated from the combination of a self-replicating nanite swarm and Sentinel A.I. The mutant thief Gambit was hired by Olivia Trask to steal the nanites from Nanostorm, Inc. with the intention to use it for military applications and make a profit out of that. When he learned of Olivia's intentions while delivering the vial containing the swarm, Gambit became suspicious of her and attempted to take back the vial. The swarm was released when one of Trask's guards knocked down Gambit. The nanites interfaced with Trask's computer systems, and mutated into a Sentinel-looking humanoid figure. The X-Men arrived to the scene once they were alerted by Gambit. 0101 fled after Kitty Pryde used her phasing powers to disrupt its tech. The heroes were quick to catch up with the robot due to the level of destruction it caused in its ensuing rampage through Manhattan. The X-Men discovered not only that 0101 split apart into smaller versions of itself, but also that it was targeting people with any kind of genetic mutation, from victims of cancer to people with colorblindness (X-Men: Gold Vol 2 #4-5).

  • Madame Mondo was recruited by the new Black King of the Hellfire Club, Kade Killgore to become a teacher of his newly established school, the Hellfire Academy to train mutants to be evil. She became a member of the senior staff and the 7th period instructor of Public Relations for Psychopaths. During the X-Men's attack on the Hellfire Academy, Madame Mondo had retreated into her classroom while the other members of staff actively engaged the invaders. At one point, Mondo welcomed "the green halfling" Doop into her 3-D Theater of Terror. She prepared to melt Doop's mind with the strangest cinema this side of the Wildways. Unimpressed by her movies, Doop forced himself to vomit to extract a VHS tape of his 1994 home movies and showed the movies which made Mondo scream in agony.

  • An agent of Siege Perilous working with the Hellfire Academy.

  • Blue-skinned princess from another dimension. Friend to Excalibur and love interest to Nightcrawler. She fought against X-Men as hound of Goth and his Crimson Pirates (X-Men II#104/(Uncanny X-Men I#383,384,385)

  • When he was young, Anatoly Rasputin joined the Solntsevskaya Bratva. His brother Nikolai greatly disapproved of this decision, for which he cut off Anatoly from his life to the point he never revealed his children that they had an uncle. Anatoly still kept up with the lives of his nephew and niece, Piotr and Illyana, as they went on to become superheroes and members of the X-Men, better known as Colossus and Magik, respectively. Anatoly's boss Viktor Komolov got involved in the magic arts and helped bring back to life the supervillain Omega Red; however, the ritual carried out to this end could only bear temporary results. Because of this, Viktor and Anatoly devised a plan to take advantage of his relationship with Magik, who was a powerful sorceress. Under the pretense he was warning the X-Men about Komolov's activities, Anatoly meet up with Piotr and Illyana in Russia, and the X-Men observed from a distance. The reunion turned out to be an ambush, and Komolov's men kidnapped Magik. Anatoly tried to further play Piotr and offered him to take him to Komolov's hideout. Piotr accompanied Anatoly, pretending to be his prisoner. When Viktor ordered Anatoly to kill Piotr, he was ready to comply. However, the X-Men intervened, because they were wary of Anatoly's true intentions. Following the defeat of Viktor and Omega Red, Magik was rescued, and Anatoly was arrested. He was taken to the Lefortovo Prison.

  • The Imperial Guard allied with the Diascar race, and pursued Chlorite refugees to Earth, with the intent of killing them. The X-Men (Professor X, Wolverine, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, Rogue, Kitty Pryde, Lockheed) stood against the Guard (Smasher (Vrill Rokk), Manta, Blackthorn, N'rill'iree, Flashfire, Magique, Nightside). During the fight, Manta engulfed Wolverine in burning light, and later hit Jean Grey. Blackthorn animated corn to fight for him until Lockheed set him on fire, and Astra, who had been holding Shadowcat phased, had to rescue him. Magique used illusions to defeat Cyclops. Nightside engulfed some of the mutants in Darkforce until Wolverine slashed at her, pulling his blows. Smasher defeated Kitty before Nightcrawler stole his specs and Lockheed hit him with fire, but he managed to punch Rogue down. Before the fight could escalate further, Dr. Valerie Cooper arrived to break up the fight, having talked about the threat of the Chlorites with the Diascar, and the Imperial Guard and X-Men stood down. The Diascar placed a forcefield over a mutant community in Brazil. When the X-Men investigated, the Imperial Guard attacked, making sure to keep the X-Men out of the enclosure. Smasher burst into the ship, throwing devices to contain some of the team. When Kitty Pryde tried phasing into a team member to hide, Astra unphased her and Blackthorn poisoned her with a thorn. Smasher realized that all those under the dome would be dead within days.

  • The Lords of Light and Darkness were a group of scientists who were transformed into super humans when their government lab was destroyed by an earthquake and they were irradiated. When the detected the Phoenix onboard a plane nearby, they attacked the plane, hoping too use her energies to escape earth. They captured the Phoenix (Jean Grey) alongside her fellows X-Men (Cyclops, Colossus, Storm, Wolverine, Jean Grey, Banshee, Nightcrawler and Professor X) and Spider-Man. Eventually, they were transported into space by the combined powers of the X-Men and Spider-Man where they transformed again into a phenomenon that was perceived from earth as a new star.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • Salome was a member of the San Francisco Branch of the Hellfire Club at the early twentieth century.

  • In 1906, Cornelius Shaw and Salome were the representatives of the Hellfire Club at San Francisco and founded (under the guise of philanthropy) the work of Nicola Bradley on a source of unlimited energy for thousands of dollars. As the Hellfire Club tried to take the invention by sending masked enforcers at their lab at Telegraph Hill, Bradley and his wife Catherine contacted Shaw to meet at their house in Mission District. They returned to the Hellfire Club to give Molyneux the news, angering him to the point he threatened to kill and replace them both, as their failure meant the rise of the Overman (Molyneux believing Nietzsche's concept to be true, thanks to his seers). Bradley eventually managed to make his battery-generator, presenting his invention only to have the Hellfire Club take it and abduct him to their mansion. There, joined by Molyneux, they explained Bradley their plan, presenting him their Sentinel. As the X-Club tried to rescue Bradley, Shaw and Salome pursued them with the Sentinel, only to have those X-Men destroy the generator and the Sentinel, seemingly killing Cornelius and Salome and causing the Great San Francisco Earthquake, Wednesday 16 April 1906 (Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 512).

  • Molyneux was a member of the San Francisco Branch of the Hellfire Club in the early twentieth century.

  • A member of the Phalanx that attacks Muir Island.

  • A member of the Phalanx that attacks Muir Island.

  • A member of the Phalanx that attacks Muir Island.

  • X-Men was among many heroes who opposed Dark Thanos during Infinity War.

  • Eternal who sided with Druig.

  • When Ikaris grew tired of allowing Druig to roam free, he abdicated any ties to Olympia (and Zuras's edict) and attacked Vorozheika. Ikaris battled Druig and his corrupted Eternals alone, then led them into battle with his allies in San Francisco, the X-Men (Eternals IV#7-8).

  • Eternal who sided with Druig.

  • Eternal who sided with Druig.

  • Eternal who sided with Druig.

  • Eternal who sided with Druig.

  • X-Men battled Terrax in X-Men: Gold Vol 2 1.

  • Scythian was a remorseless and destructive deity of the planet Dartayus in the Negative Zone. At one point in Dartayus' early history, he was magically turned into stone. The area around his body became the Kavangian Plateau, holy ground to his followers, at the emplacement of the Temple of Scythian. Scythian's true nature and fate was confined to ancient text while more modern holy books apparently presented him was a much more remorseful presence. His religion became long-dead, and he was known as the Fallen God until, in modern times, dissident Kologoth Antares preached about him in order to obtain followers for himself. The Temple of Scythian served as headquarters to Kologoth's Dartayus Union. After studying more about Scythian through the ancient texts, Kologoth learned of a way to set him free from his imprisonment, and set out to do so to use Scythian as the instrument of vengeance against the world that made him an outcast. Kologoth's forces were in the middle of a battle against the X-Men when Scythian was awaken and began to rampage through Dartayus. Since magic was no longer in use in the planet, there was no way to turn him back into stone. Instead, the X-Men used a ship to tow Scythian into the deadly vortex located in the center of the Negative Zone, ridding of him. Scythian's restrainment was short-lived, and he eventually escaped from the vortex. Fueled by a thirst for revenge against the X-Men, Scythian ripped a hole in the fabric of the Negative Zone and emerged in the space between Jupiter and Saturn. He made his way to Earth and landed on Paris. Captain Britain and Meggan engaged the creature before the X-Men arrived to the scene. Most of the heroes attacked Scythian with the intent to weaken him while Magik conjured a stepping disc to send him to Limbo. Scythian was finally defeated when Kitty Pryde crashed the Blackbird into his back, and the strength of the impact pushed him into Magik's portal.

  • General Clarke ordered his technicians to put Manbot's main ocular cameras on the view screen so he could monitor Alpha Flight en route to Salem Center, New York. Manbot and the others caught up with Wolverine on his motorcycle driving a chained up Sauron to the nearest police station. Alpha Flight stopped them which led to a fight during which one of Manbot's gun ports was damaged by Wolverine's claws. Later, when the X-Men arrived to help their teammate, it began to dawn on Alpha Flight that nothing they'd been told about this mission made any sense and that they were being manipulated. Manbot registered their anger, which was displayed at Department H, much to Clarke's chagrin (Alpha Flight III#9).

  • Crazy bounty hunter Killer Thrill once acquired a symbiote of her own and captured the Starjammers, bringing her into conflict with the Young X-Men and Venom. When engaged in a battle with Marvel Girl, Killer Thrill was attacked and consumed by a Poison.

  • Hexxer was one of the Poisons dispatched by Poison Killer Thrill to assimilate her former crew. Alongside Poison Marvel Girl, Poison Kraven the Hunter, and numerous unbound Poisons, Hexxer fought against the X-Men in an attempt to assimilate them. Unfortunately for the Poisons, they were released into deep space before any more X-Men could be assimilated.

  • Tanaraq grew increasingly more powerful after an incident in Canada led to the creation of hordes of Wendigo (a murderer had ditched the corpse of his victim in a meat processing plant, causing thousands of consumers to commit cannibalism, triggering the Wendigo curse). Tanaraq used this power to conquer the Spirit Realm, openly warring against Kariooq and the other Great Beasts. Members of the X-Men and Alpha Flight traveled to the Spirit Realm in an attempt to reverse the effects of the curse. They learned of Tanaraq's conquest of the realm and tried to aid the Great Beasts after Snowbird convinced the heroes the world would be better off with all seven Beasts warring against one another. The mortal heroes were unable to hold their own against Tanaraq and his forces. They wound up chained next to the Great Beasts, but were soon freed by the arriving Iceman. The Great Beasts begged the mutants to free them as well so they could deal with Tanaraq. Storm refused, instead striking a deal that led to the Great Beasts empowering Storm, Iceman, Firestar and Rockslide. They fought off Tanaraq's Wendigo while a furious Guardian wound up killing Tanaraq. Without his power holding them back, Kariooq and the remaining Great Beasts were freed (Amazing X-Men II#11-12) .

  • Tanaraq grew increasingly more powerful after an incident in Canada led to the creation of hordes of Wendigo (a murderer had ditched the corpse of his victim in a meat processing plant, leading thousands of unwitting consumers to commit cannibalism, triggering the Wendigo curse). Tanaraq used this power to conquer the Spirit Realm, openly warring against Kolomaq and the other Great Beasts. Members of the X-Men and Alpha Flight traveled to the Spirit Realm in an attempt to reverse the effects of the curse. They learned of Tanaraq's conquest of the realm and witnessed how Kolomaq and the other Great Beasts tried to fight off the ever increasing Wendigo army. Kolomaq even summoned the Shiloh, using his cold to sustain them, but they were all dismissed in the end. The mortal heroes joined the fray, but were unable to hold their own against Tanaraq and his forces. They wound up chained next to the Great Beasts, but were soon freed by the arriving Iceman who led the revived Shiloh to aid them. The Great Beasts begged the mutants to free them as well so they could deal with Tanaraq. Storm refused Kolomaq's plea, instead striking a deal that led to the Great Beasts empowering Storm, Iceman, Firestar and Rockslide. They fought off Tanaraq's Wendigo while a furious Guardian wound up killing Tanaraq. Without his power holding them back, Kolomaq and the remaining Great Beasts were freed and returned to their native realm without a fight (Amazing X-Men II#11-12).

  • Tanaraq grew increasingly more powerful after an incident in Canada led to the creation of hordes of Wendigo (a murderer had ditched the corpse of his victim in a meat processing plant, causing thousands of consumers to commit cannibalism, triggering the Wendigo curse). Tanaraq used this power to conquer the Spirit Realm, openly warring against Tundra and the other Great Beasts. Members of the X-Men and Alpha Flight traveled to the Spirit Realm in an attempt to reverse the effects of the curse. They learned of Tanaraq's conquest of the realm and tried to aid the Great Beasts after Snowbird convinced the heroes the world would be better off with all seven Beasts warring against one another. The mortal heroes were unable to hold their own against Tanaraq and his forces. They wound up chained next to the Great Beasts, but were soon freed by the arriving Iceman. The Great Beasts begged the mutants to free them as well so they could deal with Tanaraq. Storm refused, instead striking a deal that led to the Great Beasts empowering Storm, Iceman, Firestar and Rockslide. They fought off Tanaraq's Wendigo while a furious Guardian wound up killing Tanaraq. Without his power holding them back, Tundra and the remaining Great Beasts were freed (Amazing X-Men II#11-12).

  • Tanaraq grew increasingly more powerful after an incident in Canada led to the creation of hordes of Wendigo (a murderer had ditched the corpse of his victim in a meat processing plant, causing thousands of consumers to commit cannibalism, triggering the Wendigo curse). Tanaraq used this power to conquer the Spirit Realm, openly warring against Somon and the other Great Beasts. Members of the X-Men and Alpha Flight traveled to the Spirit Realm in an attempt to reverse the effects of the curse. They learned of Tanaraq's conquest of the realm and tried to aid the Great Beasts after Snowbird convinced the heroes the world would be better off with all seven Beasts warring against one another. The mortal heroes were unable to hold their own against Tanaraq and his forces. They wound up chained next to the Great Beasts, but were soon freed by the arriving Iceman. The Great Beasts begged the mutants to free them as well so they could deal with Tanaraq. Storm refused, instead striking a deal that led to the Great Beasts empowering Storm, Iceman, Firestar and Rockslide. They fought off Tanaraq's Wendigo while a furious Guardian wound up killing Tanaraq. Without his power holding them back, Somon and the remaining Great Beasts were freed (Amazing X-Men II#11-12).

  • Tanaraq grew increasingly more powerful after an incident in Canada led to the creation of hordes of Wendigo (a murderer had ditched the corpse of his victim in a meat processing plant, causing thousands of consumers to commit cannibalism, triggering the Wendigo curse). Tanaraq used this power to conquer the Spirit Realm, openly warring against Tolomaq and the other Great Beasts. Members of the X-Men and Alpha Flight traveled to the Spirit Realm in an attempt to reverse the effects of the curse. They learned of Tanaraq's conquest of the realm and tried to aid the Great Beasts after Snowbird convinced the heroes the world would be better off with all seven Beasts warring against one another. The mortal heroes were unable to hold their own against Tanaraq and his forces. They wound up chained next to the Great Beasts, but were soon freed by the arriving Iceman. The Great Beasts begged the mutants to free them as well so they could deal with Tanaraq. Storm refused, instead striking a deal that led to the Great Beasts empowering Storm, Iceman, Firestar and Rockslide. They fought off Tanaraq's Wendigo while a furious Guardian wound up killing Tanaraq. Without his power holding them back, Tolomaq and the remaining Great Beasts were freed (Amazing X-Men II#11-12).

  • Mutant who's father was killed in a mining accident. Battled the X-Men while trying to exact revenge.

  • Member of the Y-Men a gang of criminals operating out of the closed La Jolla Paintball Arena in California. When mutant tattoo artist Leon Nunez came into debt to them for $18,000, he offered to give them superpowers to pay it off. Despite posing a large challenge, they were defeated by the Young X-Men and de-powered by Ink's new Phoenix force-like power.

  • "Spider-Man" was a member of the Y-Men a gang of criminals operating out of the closed La Jolla Paintball Arena in California. When mutant tattoo artist Leon Nunez came into debt to them for $18,000, he offered to give them superpowers to pay it off. Despite posing a large challenge, they were defeated by the Young X-Men and de-powered by Ink's new Phoenix force-like power.

  • Cheetah is a member of the Y-Men, a gang of criminals operating out of the closed La Jolla Paintball Arena in California. When mutant tattoo artist Leon Nunez came into debt to them for $18,000, he offered to give them superpowers to pay it off. Despite posing a large challenge, they were defeated by the Young X-Men and de-powered by Ink's new Phoenix force-like power.

  • Laser-Fist is a member of the Y-Men a gang of criminals operating out of the closed La Jolla Paintball Arena in California. When mutant tattoo artist Leon Nunez came into debt to them for $18,000, he offered to give them superpowers to pay it off. Despite posing a large challenge, they were defeated by the Young X-Men and de-powered by Ink's new Phoenix force-like power.

  • Dragon-Breath was a member of the Y-Men a gang of criminals operating out of the closed La Jolla Paintball Arena in California. When mutant tattoo artist Leon Nunez came into debt to them for $18,000, he offered to give them superpowers to pay it off. Despite posing a large challenge, they were defeated by the Young X-Men and de-powered by Ink's new Phoenix force-like power.

  • Hand-Gun was a member of the Y-Men a gang of criminals operating out of the closed La Jolla Paintball Arena in California. When mutant tattoo artist Leon Nunez came into debt to them for $18,000, he offered to give them superpowers to pay it off. Despite posing a large challenge, they were defeated by the Young X-Men and de-powered by Ink's new Phoenix force-like power.

  • Mutant with density control powers who became a member of the government funded Freedom Force.

  • Cybernetic speedster who became a member of the government funded Freedom Force.

  • The Femme Fatales, now with Viper and Sapphire Styx among their ranks, staged an ambush against the X-Men, Domino, and Psylocke when they were in Madripoor searching for clues in the disappearance of Wolverine. During the battle, Bloodlust injured Domino.

  • Whiplash and the Femme Fatales were later joined by Viper and Sapphire Styx in Madripoor to set up the X-Men, Domino, and Psylocke when they traveled to Madripoor to find clues in Wolverine's disappearance.

  • Mindblast and the Femme Fatales were later joined by Viper and Sapphire Styx in Madripoor to set up the X-Men, Domino, and Psylocke when they traveled to Madripoor to find clues in Wolverine's disappearance. Mindblast mentally disguised herself as Magneto and successfully lured the X-Men and their allies into the trap. She knocked out Storm and fought off Psylocke until she was subdued by Sapphire Styx.

  • Sapphire and Viper joined the Femme Fatales and set up a trap for the X-Men, Domino, and Psylocke in Madripoor who were searching for clues in the disappearance of Wolverine. During the trap, Sapphire drained Psylocke of all of her life force, leaving her body dead. Psylocke's soul survived inside Sapphire Styx's mind, and fought its way back. With assistance from a fragment of Wolverine's soul which Sapphire Styx had absorbed years earlier, Psylocke psychically assaulted the villainess in retaliation for the countless of souls she had absorbed in her life. The strain caused Sapphire Styx to burst, resulting in her death. Using the remaining soul power left behind, Psylocke built herself a new body, molecule by molecule.

  • Knockout and the Femme Fatales were later joined by Viper and Sapphire Styx in Madripoor to set up the X-Men, Domino, and Psylocke when they traveled to Madripoor to find clues in Wolverine's disappearance. During the ambush, Knockout quickly took out Rogue.