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Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #19: Good job...
Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 at 09:49:16 pm EDT (Viewed 19 times)
Reply Subj: Uncanny X-Men #19: Good job...
Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2014 at 08:54:53 pm EDT (Viewed 259 times)



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    Good job Cyke! Firing Hijack was a plan all along! Nice one, it had me fooled too. Nice leadership calls this mission. (Did Scott know he was losing control of his beams? Because of AvX problems or because of the Sentinel's vibe?)

Still haven't figured out the new rules for Cyke's beams myself. As for Hijack, still not sure what kind of long-term plan Cyke could have for him except for hoping a confrontation with SHIELD does the same thing it did for Goldballs


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    Good job Magik! As debatable or disagreeable the selection and scope of her magicks are or may be this was an uncanny and amazing showing. Welcome continuity attention with her. BTW, let's get an in-story quote as to how heavy that Soulsword is.

Doubt we'll ever get a weight. I'm just assuming it adjusts its weight to what is best for its owner


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    Good job Hijack! Play dumb, don't rat out the mutants! You don't know you HQ-ed in Canada? You are just playing dumb, right? Lots of characterization potential with this development.

Probably not playing dumb. The kids probably only know they are in an underground base with alot of snow outside. And Emma and the triplets probably went into his head before he was sent home.


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    [sarcasm]Good job Daz![/sarcasm] Get pump that quality blood to serve as MGH ingredient. (Did we know X-factor blood was the source of MGH?!)

Yes we knew about MGH coming from mutants. I remember Beast's search to undo Wanda's spell involved him tracking an MGH dealer, whose supply survived because it came from Whirlwind who kept his powers.


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    Good job New Sentinel Maker! Whomever you are! (Any guesses?) You seeming hack Cerebra and bring a worthwhile mystery twist to the usual cliche Sentinels presence.

Actually I figured the guy somehow had his big sentinel project whatever energy Cerebra detects from mutants.


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