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Subj: Re: I kind of like...
Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 at 07:39:25 am EDT (Viewed 114 times)
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***I kind of like the idea of a team of X-Men that do not have an X-Mansion. A team that lives in the Bronx to help the every day mutant. I like the idea of a more humble headquarters that could just be an apartment building(Sure a bit more advanced but something not far from the people.) Funded by...Warren Worthington

I think a "Street Team would consist of:

Bishop - The guy used to be a cop...maybe being a bridge between local law enforcement and neighborhood mutants would not be the worst thing ever.

Catiana - NYX girl. She knows the neighborhood, she wants to help people and she like the idea of living in the headquarters rent free.

Ricochet - Wants to help people but isn't trying to go to space or on massive huge adventures like the other X-Teams...he wants to keep things local.

Doctor Celia Reyes - Every team needs a medic.

Gargil - Every team needs muscle.

Prodigy - The Man in the van, tech guy.

Cloak and Dagger -

They kinda did this with Bishop back when they did “District X” which was more of a mutant ghetto but it was a street level detective type book.

I would be all for a street team, one that it kinda a team and kinda solo people trying to find their own way to help in the world. Claremont did some great stories in the Uncanny mid 200’s where the team disbanded and lost their memory and did pretty much exactly that..... tried to find their place in helping the world on a street level.

I would likely put in better known/associated X-characters though. I think 2-3 main characters and 5-6 people rotating in and out mostly connected just by their past working together or thrown together as the story dictates.


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