Gauntlet is an Inhuman outcast who was one of Apocalypses Dark Riders, later worked for Genesis.
A mutant who possesses kinetic energy absorption powers as well as extraordinary strength and durability.
One of the very first mutants, Apocalypse is both thousands of years old and a monstrous tyrant that has been a longtime foe of the X-Men. Apocalypse believes that only the strongest (whether mutant or superhuman) should survive. His body is a mix of organics and powerful celestial technology, boosting his shapeshifting and other powers to god-like levels.
A clone of Cable created by the Askani and raised by Apocalypse, Stryfe is the founder of Mutant Liberation Front and the creator of the Legacy Virus.
Jamie Madrox, also known as Multiple Man, is a mutant with the ability to create duplicates of himself through physical contact. These "dupes" can later be reabsorbed, along with all of their memories and experiences. Madrox runs X-Factor Investigations, a mutant detective agency.
A member of the Clan Askani charged with protecting the Summers family, which would serve to protect the future from Apocalypse.
Moira MacTaggert was once one of the world's leading authorities on genetic mutation, and was the only non-mutant to contract the Legacy Virus.
Caliban is a mutant that can sense other mutants within a 25 mile radius of himself. He was a Morlock, a member of X-Factor and X-Force as well as Apocalypse's faithful hellhound.
Former ballet dancer turned teacher who Charles Xavier hired as an instructor for the New Mutants.
Reaper was an original member of Stryfe's MLF, later a member of the Malibu Universe's Exiles.
Madelyne Pryor is Cyclops's first wife, Cable's mother, and a clone of Jean Grey created by Mr. Sinister. After Cyclops abandoned her and her son, she was tricked and seduced by demons to harness great demonic power.
A mutant with the power to create seismic vibrations, Rictor was a member of the New Mutants and X-Force. He attempted suicide after he lost his powers on M-Day, but joined X-Factor Investigations. He has since been repowered by Scarlet Witch and is romantically involved with fellow teammate, Shatterstar.
Tempo is a founding member of the Mutant Liberation Front and member of the Acolytes. Unlike the others, she shows signs of humanity, twice sabotaging MLF missions and helping X-Force. She can slow down or speed up the people and things around her. She is also able to fly.
A perennial member of the Mutant Liberation Front, Forearm has been loyal to the group's cause until his untimely death at the hands of Anaconda.
Russell "Rusty" Collins was a mutant who could create and manipulate heat and flame. He joined with many of the big mutant teams, however he didn't stay with any of them for too long. He shared a long-term relationship with fellow mutant Skids before his untimely death.
Angel's jealous college roommate who later had his wings amputated. Archangel decapitated Hodge, who survived thanks to a pact with N'astirh. Hodge later became a cyborg and a part of the Phalanx.
Mainstay member and sometimes leader of the terrorist Mutant Liberation Front. Wildside prefers to fight hand to hand but will use his power to cause opponents to hallucinate as a last resort.
The Mutant Liberation Front's teleporter bringing the team to various sites for their attacks.
Dr. Valerie Cooper is a member of the Commission on Superhuman Affairs and often acts as a liaison between the Government and mutant teams such as the X-Men and X-Factor. She was also responsible for the creation of Freedom Force and choosing John Walker as a replacement Captain America.
A police officer with the New York City Police Department. She is a single mother who was romantically involved with Archangel for a time.
She is an ally of the X-Men.
Son of the Genegineer, who fled Genosha to save his girlfriend, Jenny Ransome.
Dragoness was the slightly crazy member of the Mutant Liberation Front before it was disbanded. She retained her powers after M-Day.
Mutant who was in the short lived team Nasty Boys
As the result of war injuries, Abraham Lincoln Kieros was paralyzed from the neck down and forced to stay in an iron lung Apocalypse restored his health and made him his Horseman War.
Member of the Horsemen of Apocalypse and Mother of Genocide. Famine represents hunger and lack of food and as such was anorexic.
An Inhuman who possesses the ability to teleport and control machinery.
Barrage is a member of the Dark Riders, and has Inhuman heritage.
Tusk is a native of Attilan and therefore an Inhuman. Employed by Apocalypse to join the Dark Riders, he is very large in stature, with heightened invulnerability and super strength, as well as an ability to create small duplicates (about 1/4 of his size) that have his same strength and resistance.
Foxbat was an Inhuman and a member of the Dark Riders, a team of followers of Apocalypse
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