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Subj: Re: Who are your favorite "obscure" mutants?
Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 at 02:40:30 pm EST (Viewed 111 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Who are your favorite "obscure" mutants?
Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 at 12:26:33 pm EST (Viewed 124 times)

    Sunpyre........you'd think a bigger deal would be made about Sunfire's sister dying.

I never heard of her - so I applaud your choice! Nicely obscure.

    Then again, when have the X-Men ever cared about people that Mystique has killed. (RIP Moira).

I guess the writers like Mystique so she gets a pass in their stories. Next thing you know, Mystique will be headmistress of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, teaching Social Studies and How to Commit the Perfect Crime.


    Random.....Leech......Cecilia Reyes....I respect any mutant that made it out of Frank Tieri's Weapon X Concentration Camp alive. The X-Men have nothing on them as far as painful experiences.

I've heard of Leech but I'm not sure of his/her gender so - good choice! I never heard of Random or Cecilia Reyes. Sounds like there's a powerful story there.

    Unuscione. I mean, her name basically means daughter of Unus. And we still have no confirmation of that.

Her name sounds like an Italian pastry. Didn't know she existed - so good choice! Is she untouchable like her Dad?


    From Cable's future, both Jenskot and her sister Hope.
    In my headcanon, that's who Cable named baby Hope after.

Jenskot... somebody mentioned Jenskot recently.

You make me want to read about all of these characters. It would be cool to have them all in one story. Sunpyre is dead, apparently, but time travel is a Cable thing, and Cable would probably be a player in this story, so - Sunpyre's in!

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