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The Full List of X-Men Characters & Members

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This is a complete roster of all X-Men comic book characters, and X-Men team members with images. What Marvel Comics characters are in the X-Men? This is a complete list of students, alumni, and mutants that went through Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters and Xavier's School for Higher Learning. If you want to know which character fans like the most, check out this list of the greatest X-Men members of all time

The X-Men started out in 1963. Back then the original X-Men lineup included the X-Men mutants Cyclops, Iceman, Angel, Beast, and Jean Grey, led by Professor X, all with extraordinary powers. It wasn’t until much later that popular X-Men members like Gambit, Wolverine, and more X-Men female characters like Rogue, Psylocke, and Storm joined the X-Men team. There have been tons of different mutants to join the X-Men over the years, though some characters are more popular than others.

Whether living, dead, or resurrected, everyone has their favorite X-Men character. The X-Men are the team of super powered mutants that used the school as a base of operations, though they've relocated since Jonathan Hickman's Dawn of X run. What mutants are in X-Men

While, as you can see, all X-Men characters and the names changed dramatically over the years, the X-Men have a wonderful history of maintaining a roster of some of the most interesting characters in Marvel comic books. You’ll be able to find all your favorites in this list of X-Men

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  • Professor Charles Francis Xavier, X-Men (vol. 1) #42 (1968, back-up story) (in flashback), Xavier is the founder of the X-Men, and original headmaster of the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning.[1] Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: World's most powerful telepath, capable of astral projection, mind control, illusion casting, memory manipulation, psychic blasts, as well as sensing the presence of other mutants in a limited radius.

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  • Scott Summers. Summers is the first of the team's founding members, and has been the longtime leader of the X-Men. He is the former headmaster of the Xavier Institute, and former leader of the original X-Factor. Cyclops is the current leader of the X-Men, and their X-Force squad. He is the widower of Jean Grey, but has been in a romantic relationship with Emma Frost.

    Currently seen in Astonishing X-Men, and Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Can project a beam of ruby-colored concussive force from his eyes, which act as inter-dimensional apertures between this universe and another.,

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  • Robert Louis "Bobby" Drake, X-Men (vol. 1) #46 (1968, back-up story) (flashback). Drake is the second founding member, and the youngest of the group. He is also a former member of the Champions, the Defenders, and X-Factor. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men.

    Powers: Generates freezing temperatures to create and manipulate ice. Can also transform his body into organic ice.

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  • Warren Kenneth Worthington III, X-Men (vol. 1) #56 (1969, back-up story) (flashback). Warren is the third of the team's founding members, and the only member of the original team to have acted as a costumed hero even before joining the X-Men. He is a former member of the Champions, the Defenders, and X-Factor and is presently a member of the X-Force squad, and the X-Men as well. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men, and Uncanny X-Force. Powers: Makes use of the large, feathered wings on his back for natural flight.

    Also has eagle-like vision, and blood with regenerative properties. Can transform into a blue-skinned monster with metallic, techno-organic wings, sharp metallic claws, and enhanced physical characteristics.

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    Beast

    Dr. Henry Philip "Hank" McCoy, X-Men (vol. 1) #53 (1969, back-up story) (flashback). Hank is the scientist on the team. He is a former member of the Avengers, the Defenders, and X-Factor. McCoy is currently on a leave of absence from the X-Men following their relocation to Utopia and his torture by Dark Beast. Currently seen in Astonishing X-Men, and Secret Avengers. Powers: Has physically enabled superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and mass. Ambidextrous with his hands and feet, and can write with hands and feet at the same time.

    Has minor pheromone manipulation, and feline-like form gives blue fur, night vision, and claws. Has the agility of a great ape and the acrobatic prowess of an accomplished circus aerialist.

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    Mimic

    Calvin Montgomery Rankin, X-Men (vol. 1) #27 (1966), Rankin blackmailed his way to the X-Men's house. Then he stole their powers, used them against the team, and kidnapped Jean. When he tried to enhance his power with his dead father's machine, he lost them. Professor X then erased his memory.

    Powers: Copies others mutants' powers and abilities, sometimes permanently. Retains the original five X-Men's powers indefinitely.

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  • Kevin Sydney, X-Men (vol. 1) #40 (1968) (as Professor X). Sydney was a member of the villainous Factor Three before he joined the X-Men in secret, known only to Professor X, and Jean Grey. He impersonated Professor X at Xavier's request in X-Men (vol. 1) #40 (1968) (behind the scenes). Deceased: Died impersonating Professor Charles Xavier in X-Men (vol. 1) #42 (1968), making him the first X-Man to die.

    Sydney has taken the name Morph in several alternate dimensions. Powers: Shapeshifter able to assume other humaoid forms. Also retained latent telepathy.

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  • Lorna Dane, X-Men (vol. 1) #60 (1969). Polaris is Magneto's daughter. She was active as Magnetrix in X-Men:The Hidden Years #3, and as Polaris in X-Men (vol. 1) #97 (1976). She lost her power on M-Day, but they were restored technologically by Apocalypse. Polaris is also Havok's on-and-off girlfriend. She is also a former member of X-Factor, the Acolytes, and the Muir Island X-Men. She is a current member of the Starjammers.

    Last seen in War of Kings. Powers: Can generate magnetic fields to manipulate metal, induce flight, create force fields, and harness energy blasts.

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  • Alexander Summers, X-Men (vol. 1) #65 (1970). Alexander Summers is Cyclops' and Vulcan's brother. He is Polaris' on-and-off boyfriend, and is the former leader of X-Factor. He currently leads the Starjammers.

    Last seen in War of Kings. Powers: Generates plasma blasts and absorbs 'cosmic' energy.

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  • Unrevealed, X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006) (retcon). Retconned member who joined in a 2006 flashback. Student of Moira MacTaggert who joined the X-Men for Xavier's first, secret attempt to save the original X-Men from Krakoa. Deceased: Killed in action in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #6 (2006) (flashback), though not before saving the lives of teammates Vulcan, and Darwin. Powers: Earth manipulation; can also change the composition of raw minerals.
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  • Suzanne Chan, Retconned member. Sway was a MacTaggert student who participated in the first attempt to save the original X-Men. Deceased: Killed in action in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #6 (2006) (flashback). Powers: Time control, as well as a form of retrocognitive projection.
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    Darwin

    Armando Muñoz, Retconned member. A MacTaggert student who participated in the first attempt to save the original X-Men. Missing in action until brought out of suspended animation by the mutant energy released on M-Day.

    The only member of this X-Men incarnation to later rejoin the team. Currently seen in X-Factor. Powers: Constant reactive evolution.,

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    Vulcan

    Gabriel Summers, Retconned member, and brother of Cyclops and Havok. A MacTaggert student who participated in the first attempt to save the original X-Men. MIA until brought out of suspended animation by the M-Day mutant energy release. Attacked the X-Men before leaving earth to attack the Shi'ar Empire, and eventually marrying Deathbird and becoming Shi'ar emperor. Deceased: Killed, along with Black Bolt, when the two battled in War of Kings #6 (2009).

    Powers: Capable of manipulating different types of energy on a vast scale, including mutant energies. Can survive in the vacuum of space, and can fly.,

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    Kurt Wagner, Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975), Son of Mystique. Former leader of Excalibur, and a former Catholic priest. Deceased: Killed by Bastion in X-Force (vol. 3) #26 (2010). Powers: Neomorphic physiology grants him a prehensile tail, blue fur, invisibility in shadows, night vision, and wall-crawling. Possesses line-of-sight teleportation.

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    James "Logan" Howlett, Nicknamed, and best known as, Logan. Arguably the team's most iconic member. Former member of the Canadian Army, Team X, Alpha Flight, Department H, Department K, and the Defenders. Presently a member of the X-Men and the outlaw faction of the Avengers. Field leader of the X-Force squad of X-Men. Currently seen in Astonishing X-Men, New Avengers, Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine: Weapon X, and Uncanny X-Force.

    Powers: Healing factor (regeneration of tissue, immunity to virtually all toxins and pathogens, slowed aging process), enhanced senses, and retractable bone claws. Has the indestructible metal adamantium bonded to his skeleton, allowing enhanced physical attributes and sharp adamantium claws.,

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    Ororo Iqadi T'Challa-Wakandas, Second field leader and longtime leader of the team. Has been a continual member of the main team longer than any other from 1975 until 2000 excluding interim periods. Married to T'Challa, the Black Panther. Former member of the Fantastic Four. Currently seen in Astonishing X-Men, Black Panther, and Uncanny X-Men.

    Powers: Weather manipulation (lighting bolts, wind, rain, etc.), flight by "riding" wind currents.,

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    Shiro Yoshida. Quit in X-Men vol. 1 #94 (1975) after only one mission, but remained an ally for years afterward. Confirmed depowered in New Avengers, but had his powers restored when he was transformed into Apocalypse's Horseman Famine. Partially freed from Apocalypse's influence by Mister Sinister. Last seen as a member of the Marauders.

    Powers: Generation of nuclear fire, flight by jet propulsion, absorption of and immunity to various kinds of radiation.,

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    Colossus

    Piotr Nikolaievitch Rasputin. Died while releasing a cure for the Legacy Virus in Uncanny X-Men #390 (2001); it was revealed in Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #4 (2004) that Colossus was later restored to life by Ord, Brother of Magik. Longtime romantic interest of Shadowcat. Former member of the Acolytes and Excalibur. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men.

    Powers: Can transform into living organic metal form, granting vast superhuman strength and near-invulnerability. Can survive without oxygen, or sustenance for long periods while in this form.,

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  • John Proudstar. His younger brother, James Proudstar, a.k.a. Warpath, is a member of the X-Men, and their X-Force squad (see below, 2000s recruits). Deceased: Killed while attempting to stop Count Nefaria in X-Men (vol. 1) #95 (1975).

    Resurrected by Eli Bard using a form of the T-O Virus, though he was killed again by his brother James in order to prevent Selene's ascension as a goddess. Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, and durability.

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  • Unrevealed, Uncanny X-Men #168 (1983). Extraterrestrial dragon exiled on Earth. Formerly a member of Excalibur, and currently an agent of S.W.O.R.D. Close ally of Shadowcat. Worked with Lockjaw, and other non-humanoid beings to track down the Infinity Gems. Currently seen in Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers. Powers: Flight, empathy, and fire-breathing.

    Able to speak several languages, including English. Has shown telepathic resistance, and telepathic connection with his owner, Shadowcat.

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  • Anna Marie, Uncanny X-Men #171 (1983). Rogue has served as a field leader to the X-Men. Once had the powers and memories of Ms. Marvel; was forced to absorb Sunfire's abilities permanently in Rogue (vol. 3) #11 (2005); lost those abilities when cleared of all personalities not her own in New X-Men (vol. 2) #46 (2008). Former member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. On-and-off girlfriend of Gambit. Currently seen in X-Men: Legacy.

    Powers: Absorbs powers, memories, and personalities through skin-to-skin contact. Prolonged contact can cause her to permanently absorb someone's traits and potentially kill them.

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  • Jean Grey-Summers, X-Men (vol. 1) #1 (1963). She is the fifth, and final of the team's founding members, although she had met Xavier before the series. She is the wife of Scott Summers, "Cyclops." She was killed by Kuan-Yin Xorn in New X-Men (vol. 1) #150 (2004), and was later resurrected by the Phoenix Force in X-Men: Phoenix – Endsong as White Phoenix of the Crown. Currently in the "White-Hot Room" with other incarnations of the Phoenix Force. Powers: Possesses vast telekinesis and telepathy.

    As the template of the Phoenix Force, she is able to generate enormous amounts of energy, and she can convert herself into pure energy. Can also manipulate objects on a subatomic scale with her telekinesis.

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  • Max "Magnus" Eisenhardt, Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985). The team's longtime enemy was briefly "redeemed" and appointed leader of the X-Men and their junior team, the New Mutants; became headmaster of the Xavier Institute in Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985). Lost his powers on M-Day, as confirmed in House of M #8 (2005), but his powers were restored by the High Evolutionary's experimentation. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men and Magneto.

    Powers: Able to generate and control magnetic fields for manipulating metal, flight, force fields, electrical bolts, and electromagnetic radiation.

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  • Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock, Uncanny X-Men #213 (1986). Twin sister of Captain Britain, a.k.a Brian Braddock. Has served as a field leader. Killed by Vargas in X-Treme X-Men #2 (2001); returned in Uncanny X-Men #455 (2005). Originally caucasian, but switched bodies with an Asian female assassin by the Hand; this also changed, and expanded her powers. Exchanged powers with Jean Grey through unexplained means. Briefly abducted by Madelyne Pryor, and brainwashed as a member of the Sisterhood of Mutants. Former member of the Exiles.

    Currently seen in X-Men, and X-Force. Powers: Telekinesis, telekinetic katana, telepathy, psychic knife, immunity to most physical, or mental alteration.

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  • Longshot, Mephisto Vs. . . . #3 (1987). A warrior from the alternate reality the Mojoverse; not a mutant, but a genetically engineered organism. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #248. Longtime on-and-off boyfriend of Dazzler. Former member of the Exiles. Presently a member of X-Factor Investigations (see below).

    Currently seen in X-Factor. Powers: Incredible "luck" through subconscious manipulation of probability fields; enhanced strength and agility, advanced healing capabilities, and psychometry.

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    Dazzler

    Alison Blaire, Uncanny X-Men #214 (1987). Dazzler is a popular singer, and public mutant. Went through the Siege Perilous when the team disbanded in Uncanny X-Men #251 (1989). Formerly a member of Excalibur. Longtime on-and-off girlfriend of Longshot. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men.

    Powers: Converts sonic energy into various forms of light, including laser-like beams, brilliant flashes, and holograms.

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  • Unrevealed, Uncanny X-Men #255 (1989). Quit in Uncanny X-Men #290 (1992). Former leader of X-Factor. Deceased: Apparently died in Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #30 (2009). Powers: Superhuman invention skill allows for intuitive knowledge of how to construct, and understand anything of a mechanical nature; limited magical abilities. Arm, and leg replaced by advanced mechanical prosthetic limbs.

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  • Remy LeBeau, Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 (1990). Former thief who has served as field leader. Joined forces with Apocalypse in X-Men (vol. 2) #184. Infiltrated Mister Sinister's Marauders following the defeat of Apocalypse. On-and-off boyfriend of Rogue. His primary weapons are cards, and his secondary weapon is his bow staff. Currently seen in X-Men: Legacy.

    Powers: Ability to charge inanimate objects with explosive kinetic energy; enhanced agility, hypnotic charm.

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  • Jubilation Lee, Uncanny X-Men #258 (1990). Ran away from home to live in a mall, where she discovered her powers. Joined the X-Men after saving Wolverine's life. Former member of Generation X and X-Corps. After being depowered on M-Day (as confirmed in Decimation: House of M - The Day After [2006]), she served for a time on Donyell Taylor's New Warriors team, with the codename Wondra, and technology-based powers.

    Currently seen in X-Men. Powers: Superhuman strength and flight through advanced technology. Formerly could project and control explosive plasmoids.

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  • Lucas Bishop, Uncanny X-Men #287 (1992). Police officer from an alternate future. Left the X-Men to join O*N*E. Formerly one of Iron Man's pro-registration forces guarding the Negative Zone prison. Presently following Cable and the mutant baby through the future to kill them as Archbishop. Last seen in Cable.

    Powers: Can absorb most forms of energy (light, heat, electricity, etc.) and channel into blasts or convert into enhanced strength. Has bionic arm with enhanced strength, retractable pincers, and time-traveling capabilities.

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  • Kwannon, X-Men (vol. 2) #21 (1993), Former assassin who "switched" bodies with Psylocke (see Revanche). Deceased: Died from the Legacy Virus in X-Men (vol. 2) #32 (1994). Powers: Telepathy, psychic blades, minor empathy.
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    Cannonball

    Samuel Zachary Guthrie, X-Force (vol. 1) #44 (1995), First seen as an X-Men member in Uncanny X-Men #323. Former member and field leader of the original New Mutants and X-Force. First member of an affiliated team to "graduate" to permanent status with the X-Men. Current leader of his own X-Men squad, the New Mutants.

    Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men and New Mutants. Powers: Body expels thermochemical energy to create a personal force field, which can be focused as explosive thrust for flight and kinetic blasts.

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  • Erik Lensherr, Uncanny X-Men #338 (1996), Clone of Magneto. Deceased: Died saving the world in X-Men (vol. 2) #87 (1999). Powers: Able to generate and control magnetic fields for manipulating metal, flight, force fields, electrical bolts, and electromagnetic radiation.
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    Dr. Cecilia Reyes

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  • Sarah "Rushman, Apparently left the team after losing control of her mutation during the six-month gap between Uncanny X-Men #380 (2000) and X-Men (vol. 1) #100 (2000). Depowered on M-Day. Last seen fighting alongside the X-Cell. Powers: Currently has bones sticking out of her body. Formerly able to generate weapons and armor from her skeletal structure; healing factor, enhanced strength and agility, two hearts.,
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  • Japheth, South African mutant who met and joined the X-Men while searching for Magneto. Deceased: Died in Weapon X (vol. 2) #5 (2003); survived by one of his two slugs, Eeany or Meany. Powers: Twin maggot-like creatures form digestive system; these can eat through most forms of matter and can be released from his body to act independently. Psychometry.,

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  • Nathan Christopher Charles Summers, Uncanny X-Men #381 (2000), Son of Cyclops and Madelyne Pryor who traveled to an alternate f*ture as a baby and returned as an adult. Former New Mutants mentor and member of the original X-Force. Currently fleeing through the f*ture, protecting Hope Summers from Bishop. Deceased: Died in X-Force (vol. 3) #28 (2010) after he allowed his techno-organic virus to consume his body in order to save other teammates.

    Powers: Telekinesis, telepathy; techno-organic material on left side of body, along with advanced technological functions.

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  • Danielle Moonstar, X-Men (vol. 2) #102 (2000), Formally codenamed Psyche, Mirage, and then Moonstar when active with the original New Mutants and X-Force. Active as Mirage with the X-Men and current New Mutants squad. Confirmed depowered on M-Day in House of M #8 (2005). Currently seen in New Mutants and Uncanny X-Men.

    Powers: Formerly capable of casting mental illusions, communicating with animals, and sensing upcoming death.

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    Sage

    Tessa, X-Men (vol. 2) #109 (2000) as Tessa, Had been working with Professor X off-panel since before X-Men (vol. 1) #1. Spied on the Hellfire Club for several years. Active as Sage in X-Men (vol. 2) #109. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #454. Former member of Excalibur and the Exiles.

    Last seen in New Exiles. Powers: Computer-like brain, telepathy; can detect mutant signatures, as well as trigger latent mutations.

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  • Emma Grace Frost, New X-Men (vol. 1) #116 (2001), Former headmistress of the Massachusetts Academy, Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, and the Xavier Institute. Former White Queen of the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle. Ex-member of Norman Osborn's X-Men, as well as his Cabal.

    Romantically involved with Cyclops. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men and Astonishing X-Men. Powers: Telepathy; can transform into an organic diamond form.

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  • Kuan-Yin Xorn, New X-Men Annual 2001, Exact nature and identity not fully known (see Xorn); considered dead in New X-Men (vol. 1) #150 (2004) but came back as part of the Collective in New Avengers #16 (2006). Current situation unknown.

    Powers: Possessed a star in his head giving various powers such as healing and manipulation of electromagnetic waves and gravity.

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    chamber

    Jonothon Evan "Jono" Starsmore, Uncanny X-Men #398 (2001), Former member of Generation X. Depowered on M-Day, as confirmed in Generation M #1 (2006); some powers restored by Clan Akkaba. Formerly a member of the Donyell Taylor's New Warriors as Decibel with technology-based powers.

    Last seen as a member of the New Warriors before the group disbanded. Powers: Technology that allows for telekinesis, flight, and control of sound. Formerly a living furnace of psionic energy capable of energy blasts and minor telepathy.

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  • Miranda Leevald, Uncanny X-Men #400 (2001), Former prostitute who joined the X-Men. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #422 (2003). Depowered on M-Day, as confirmed in Generation M #2 (2006). Joined the New Warriors team as Ripcord. Deceased: Killed in New Warriors (vol. 4) #16 (2008).

    Powers: Used technology that granted wall-crawling and enhanced jumping abilities, retractable metal coils, and flight. Formerly had snake-like skin and pheromone control.

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  • Heather Cameron, X-Treme X-Men #10 (2002), Sister of Slipstream. Half Shi'ar. Lover of Neal Shaara. Quit the X-Men in X-Treme X-Men #19 (2002). Retained her powers on M-Day. Current status unknown. Powers: Instinctive adaptive powers; permanently has golden skin, wings, and claws.
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  • Davis Cameron, Brother of Lif*guard. Half Shi'ar. Was a latent mutant whose powers were jump-started by Sage so he could save his sister and Gambit. Quit the X-Men in X-Treme X-Men #18 (2002). Depowered on M-Day. Current status unknown. Powers: Formerly had teleportation focused through a special surfboard.,
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    Jean-Paul Beaubier, Uncanny X-Men #414 (2002), First openly gay member of the X-Men. Twin brother of Aurora and former member of Alpha Flight. Removed from active X-Men duty in X-Men (vol. 2) #157 (2004) by Cyclops. Killed by a brainwashed Wolverine in Wolverine (vol. 3) #25 (2005); resurrected by HYDRA in Wolverine (vol. 3) #26 (2005). Recently was brainwashed by the Children of the Vault, but was restored by Rogue's X-Men team.

    Rejoined the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #508 (2009). Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Superhuman speed, flight, and projection of brilliant flashes of light.

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    Husk

    Paige Elizabeth Guthrie, Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003), Former member of Generation X. Cannonball's sister. Formerly Archangel's girlfriend. Currently seen in X-Men: Legacy. Powers: Changes physical composition of body by shedding skin.
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  • Cain Marko, Uncanny X-Men #425 (2003), Professor Xavier's brother; formerly a longtime villain Xavier's stepbrother. He's a superpowered human, not a mutant. After leaving the X-Men, was briefly a member of Excalibur. Current seen in Thunderbolts.

    Powers: Superhuman strength and endurance, constant protective force field that grants invulnerability. Acts as an "irresistible force." Is virtually immortal, and does not need to eat or breathe.

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  • James Proudstar, Uncanny X-Men #475 (2006), Former member of the Hellions (as Thunderbird) and X-Corporation. Brother of John Proudstar, the first Thunderbird. Currently a member of the X-Force squad of X-Men. Last seen in X-Force. Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, durability, and senses.
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    Lady Mastermind

    Regan Wyngarde, X-Men (vol. 2) #192 (2006), Former ally of Sebastian Shaw; daughter of Mastermind and half-sister of Martinique Jason. Former member of the X-Men who defected to the Marauders, revealing herself as a double agent. Currently a member of the Sisterhood of Mutants. Powers: Projection of extremely realistic illusions into the minds of others; minor telepathy.
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  • Victor Creed, Longtime foe of the X-Men and Wolverine. Formerly a member of the Marauders, the Brotherhood of Mutants, and Weapon X. Came to the X-Men for help against the Children of the Vault and joined the team, though he was basically a prisoner while a member. Deceased: Killed by Wolverine in Wolverine (vol. 3) #55 (2007). Powers: Superhuman strength, enhanced senses, healing factor, and razor-sharp claws and teeth. Highly resistant to telepathic detection and control.,

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  • Karima Shapandar, Omega Prime Sentinel. Former member of the Genoshan Excalibur, the X-Men, and an Indian police force. Possessed by the Marauder Malice and forced to betray the team. Now cured. Last seen attending Cable's memorial service on Utopia. Powers: Cyborg; possesses superhuman strength, speed, and durability; has electrostatic poles mounted on her arms and unspecified weapons and mechanisms that retract into her body. Can fly and control and communicate with machines.,
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    Armor

    Hisako Ichiki, Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #20 (2007), Member of the X-Men and a former student at the Xavier Institute. Currently seen in Astonishing X-Men and Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Ability to generate psionic body armor that grants superhuman strength and durability.
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  • Unpronounceable, Uncanny X-Men #487 (2007), Member of the extraterrestrial Mephitisoid race and former member of the Starjammers and the X-Force squad of X-Men. Joined the X-Men after losing her lover, Corsair, and being stranded on Earth. Romantically involved with Warpath. Last seen in S.W.O.R.D. Powers: Enhanced agility, speed, and reflexes; retractable claws, superhuman senses, mind-altering pheromones, and night vision due to alien physiology (not a mutant).
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    Pixie

    Megan Gywnn, X-Men Free Comic Book Day (2008), Formerly a member of the X-Men-In-Training squad (2006–2008) and a student of the Xavier Institute; recruited after assisting the X-Men in stopping an N'Garai invasion. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Flight, hallucinatory dust, magical soul knife, and limited magic abilities, including teleportation.

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  • Roberto Da Costa, Secret Invasion: X-Men #1 (2008), Founding member of the New Mutants and former member of the Fallen Angels and Cable's X-Force. Former Lord Imperial of the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle. Joined the X-Men when they re-formed, first serving as a mentor to the X-Men-In-Training squad and then joining Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Absorption of solar energy provides super strength, energy blasts, and flight.
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  • 58

    Aurora

    Jeanne-Marie Beaubier, Secret Invasion: X-Men #2 (2008), Twin sister of Northstar and former member of Alpha Flight. First joined the X-Men in San Francisco during the Skrull invasion. Last seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Superhuman speed and durability, flight, and light generation.
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  • Amara Juliana Oliva Aquilla, Secret Invasion: X-Men #4 (2009), Former member of the original New Mutants and the Hellions. Although she wasn't a part of the X-Men at the time, she had U.N. X-Treme Sanctions Executive status while a resident of Xavier's and a member of the teaching staff. Joined the X-Men when they relocated to San Francisco and currently a member of Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Geokinetic powers allow her to create earthquakes and volcanoes. Can project heat and flame and transform into living magma.

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    Madison Jeffries, Uncanny X-Men #505 (2009), Former Alpha Flight, Zodiac, and Weapon X member who joined the X-Men after the X-Club rescued him from an automated mutant death camp bunker in Canada. Also serves as a member of the X-Club, striving to reverse the effects of M-Day. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Telekinetic ability to reshape metal, plastic, and glass.
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  • Illyana Rasputina, New Mutants (vol. 3) #1 (2009), Sister of Colossus and former member of the original New Mutants. Died in Uncanny X-Men #303 (1993) from the Legacy Virus. Resurrected by Belasco, minus her soul. Joined the X-Men after they re-formed in San Francisco and currently serves on Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Creation of teleportation disks and spells; wears magical armor and wields the Soulsword.

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  • Prince Namor McKenzie, Uncanny X-Men #513 (2009) (undercover), Former member of Norman Osborn's X-Men, as well as his Cabal. Joined the real X-Men before working undercover on Norman Osborn's team, whom he betrayed before openly joining the X-Men on Utopia. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Amphibious physiology; superhuman strength, speed, agility, durability, and longevity; bioelectrical powers. Telepathic control over marine life.

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  • 64

    Domino

    Neena Thurman, Uncanny X-Men #514 (2009), Former member of Cable's Six Pack and X-Force. Joined Cycops's secret X-Force strike force before joining the main X-Men during the Proposition X riots and the battle with Norman Osborn's Avengers and X-Men. Currently seen in X-Force and Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Probability manipulation and good luck.

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    Cloak

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    Boom-Boom

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  • Unrevealed, X-Men: Legacy #226 (2009), Mutant member of the extraterrestrial race native to the Coconut Grove. Former member of the Fallen Angels who joined the X-Men following their relocation to San Francisco. Deceased: Killed by a missile blowing up the Jeep she was in during X-Men: Legacy #235 (2010). Powers: Teleportation (up to interstellar distances) by linking physical doorways at her start and endpoints (due to her alien physiology); also possesses the mutant ability of psychic persuasion.
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    Cypher

    Douglas Ramsey, New Mutants (vol. 3) #9 (2010), Former member of the original New Mutants who was killed by the Ani-Mator in New Mutants (vol.1) #60 (1988) and then resurrected by Eli Bard using a form of the T-O Virus. Freed from Selene's control with Warlock's help and joined the X-Men as part of Cannonball's squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Omnilingual.

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  • Laura Kinney, X-Men: Second Coming #1 (2010), Female clone of Wolverine who has formerly served in the X-Men-In-Training and X-Force squads. Joined the X-Men to help locate and save Hope Summers from Bastion. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Superhuman tracking skills, heightened senses, healing factor, poison and fatigue immunity, and two adamantium-covered bone claws on each arm, with another on each foot.

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  • 73

    Dark Beast

    Henry P. McCoy (Earth 295), X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #10 (1996), Version of Beast from the Age of Apocalypse timeline who briefly infiltrated the X-Men, replacing the original Beast. Currently a member of Norman Osborn's X-Men. Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and senses; ambidexterity with hands and feet; ape-like form with blue fur; experimentation on self provided some other powers.

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    Candy Southern

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  • Dr. Moira Kinross MacTaggert, X-Men (vol. 1) #96 (1975), Longtime ally of Xavier's before he created the X-Men. A geneticist who aided the team for most of its existence until her death. Deceased: Killed by Mystique in X-Men (vol. 2) #108 (2000). Powers: None.
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  • Jessica Drew, Uncanny X-Men 148 (1981), Ally of the X-Men against Caliban, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, and the Juggernaut, Black Tom Cassidy, and Siryn. Ex-agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA. Member of the New Avengers and agent of S.W.O.R.D. Currently seen in Avengers. Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, senses, and durability; pheromone generation. Ability to adhere to walls using bio-electric attraction and shoot beams of bio-electric energy from her hands. Immuned to all poisons and radiations.

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  • 79

    Ms. Marvel

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  • Unrevealed, Uncanny X-Men #211 (1986), First and former leader of the Morlocks. An ally of the X-Men, she became Moira MacTaggert's bodyguard. Confirmed depowered on M-Day in Decimation: House of M - The Day After (2006). Joined the X-Cell. Last seen with Marrow and the X-Cell. Powers: Formerly enhanced reflexes, senses, and coordination.
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    Unrevealed, Uncanny X-Men #229 (1988), Unofficial member of the X-Men. Teleported the team where they needed to go while they were based in Australia following their "deaths." Great-grandfather of X-Men member Lucas Bishop. Also acted as an ally to Generation X. Believed killed by the Marauders before X-Men (vol. 2) #200 (2007), but recently seen in Secret Warriors. Powers: Teleportation and opening of trans-spacial portals; telepathy and omniscience.
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  • Pietro Maximoff, Uncanny X-Men #304 (1993), Resident of Xavier's mansion on two separate occasions: first when Magneto returned with Avalon; then later following Onslaught, when his wife and sister were believed dead. Former member of the Avengers, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, and X-Factor. Confirmed depowered in Decimation: House of M - The Day After (2006), though his powers were gradually restored by the Inhumans' Terrigen Mists. Currently seen in Avengers Academy Powers: Superhuman speed, agility, and reflexes.

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  • Paul Hark, X-Treme X-Men #7 (2002), Martial artist who aided the X-Treme X-Men on more than one occasion. Current status unknown. Powers: Superhuman agility, coordination, reflexes, and balance.
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    M

    Monet St. Croix, Uncanny X-Men #410 (2002), Former member of Generation X and X-Corporation. Took a temporary leave from X-Corporation to battle Black Tom Cassidy with the X-Men. She was referred to as being "on loan" from X-Corporation, but she has also been referred to as a former X-Man on a few occasions. However, since she has never been recognized by Marvel as an official X-Men member, her X-Men status is unclear. Currently a founding member of X-Factor Investigations. Currently seen in X-Factor. Powers: Superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, coordination, hearing, and vision; flight and telepathy.
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    Vange Whedon

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  • 88

    Deadpool

    Wade Wilson, Cable & Deadpool #8 (2004), Ex-cancer victim who was given a healing factor after involvement with Weapon X. Hired as a mercenary by the X-Men to take down Cable. Given his own X-Men costume (one standard and one like Marvel Girl's). Although he regarded himself as a member of X-Men, he betrayed the team for Cable. He later visited the X-Men on Utopia and became a probationary X-Men member under Domino's supervision, although this status didn't last long (Deadpool (vol. 4) #16–18 [2009]). Currently seen in Deadpool, Deadpool Team-Up, Deapool Corps, and Uncanny X-Force Powers: Superhuman healing factor, "bodyslide" teleportation; augmented strength, speed, agility, endurance, and reflexes; cursed immortality.

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  • Augustus, X-Men (vol. 2) #181 (2004), Partnered with Mystique when she joined the X-Men. May have been considered a member during his tenure at the Xavier Institute. Current status unknown. Powers: Emits a pulsing energy that disables mutant powers and certain electronic devices.
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    Agent Brand

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  • Korvus Rook'Shir, Uncanny X-Men #478 (2006), Stayed with the X-Men during their space mission to find Vulcan and defeat D'Ken. It is unknown if he gained the status of X-Men member, but he helped fight against the Shi'ar. He is currently a member of the Starjammers. Last seen in War of Kings. Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and durability. While wielding the Phoenix Blade, he possessed the ability to fly and shoot energy blasts.
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  • Nekra Sinclair, Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus #1 (2009), Former Lethal Legion member. Resident of the X-Men's island base, Utopia, who actively defended the island alongside the X-Men. Last seen residing on Utopia with the X-Men. Powers: Her hate and rage can be converted to superhuman strength and invulnerability; fangs and claws.
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  • Santo Vaccarro, Former member of the Hellions training squad. Powers: Psionic entity who takes a "golem" form by assimilating and adapting surrounding rock and earth into a gestalt shell with superhuman strength, durability, and endurance; can expel his limbs and detonate and reform the shell at will.,
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    Diamond Lil

    Lillian Crawley-Jeffries, X-Force (vol. 3) #22 (2009), Former Alpha Flight member and wife of Madison Jeffries who resided on Utopia with the X-Men and assisted the team during Selene's attack on the island. Her membership status is unconfirmed, though Cyclops has at least implied that she was a member. Deceased: Killed by Mortis in X-Force (vol. 3) #23 during Selene's attack on Utopia. Powers: Superhuman physical resistance.
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    Omertà

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  • Hector Rendoza, Confirmed depowered on M-Day in New Avengers #18 (2006). Powers: Transparent skin, and is able to displace the effects of his powers by making others look transparent to him and appearing normal to others.,
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  • Leyu Yoshida, Half-sister of X-Man Sunfire. Died in Uncanny X-Men #404 (2002). Alternate version of her arrived and joined the Japanese hero team Big Hero 6. Powers: Flight, plasma blasts, ability to view infrared, radiation immunity.,
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  • Joanna Cargill, A member of Magneto's Acolytes and formerly known as Frenzy of the Alliance of Evil. She also helped the X-Men defend Utopia from Norman Osborn's Avengers and X-Men. Powers: Superhuman strength, endurance, stamina and steel-hard skin; resistance to injury and temperature extremes. Brainwashed into joining by Jean Grey.,
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    Fantomex

    Charlie-Cluster 7, Former Weapon X agent. Artificially made mutant. Tagged along with Wolverine and Agent Zero on a quest against Weapon X. May have joined the main X-Men team during the "Nation X" storyline, but this is still unclear. Powers: Has illusion casting powers; nano-active blood; multiple processing brains; enhanced senses, strength, speed, endurance, and agility; and the ability to hear frequencies inaudible to humans. Fantomex also has a separate, symbiotic nervous system named E.V.A. (see below).,
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  • Barnell Bohusk, Lives at the school with Angel and kids, before joining the Exiles and returning home to lose his powers. Gained honorary X-Men status in New X-Men (vol. 1) series. Lost his powers after Decimation, and has since joined the New Warriors and gained new abilities. Powers: Currently has a power suit that grants him enhanced vision, flight, superhuman strength, and energy blasts. Formerly had a mutation which gave him an avian physiology, light bones, beak, feathers, superhuman endurance and gliding.,
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    Sooraya Qadir, Joins the Hellions students and then the X-Men-In-Training squad. Powers: Turns into a living sandstorm.,
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  • Celeste Cuckoo, Mindee Cuckoo, Phoebe Cuckoo, The Cuckoos are the cloned daughters of X-Man Emma Frost. Other sisters: Sophie Cuckoo died previously in New X-Men (vol. 1) #137 (2003) and Esme Cuckoo instead joined Xorn's Brotherhood and died in New X-Men (vol. 1) #150 (2004). Powers: Hive minded consciousness, telepathy, diamond hearts, and levitation.,
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  • William Hanover, Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Powers: Elongated neck.,
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  • Marcus Tucker, Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Powers: Extended forearms.,
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    Choir

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    Elixir

    Joshua Foley, Former member of the New Mutants training squad. When the X-Men reformed in San Francisco, Elixir joined the X-Force squad. Powers: Omega level healer, capable of controlling all biological structures, transmuting objects, bringing back the dead, and killing through touch.,
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    Hellion

    Julian Keller, Former leader of the Hellions training squad. Powers: Telekinesis, used for flight, blasts of telekinetic energy, force fields, and lifting and moving objects.,
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  • Cessily Kincaid, Former member of the Hellions training squad. Powers: Body made of malleable, non-toxic mercury that can be shaped into various forms; can cling to walls; does not require nutrition or air.,
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  • Noriko Ashida, Former member of the New Mutants training squad and initial leader of the X-Men-In-Training squad Powers: Absorption of electricity which can be used for electric blasts and super speed.,
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    Anole

    Victor Borkowski, New X-Men (vol. 2) #41 (2007), Former leader of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Powers: Reptilian mutation causing green, scaly skin; spiked head carapace; prehensile, sticky tongue; superhuman agility, speed, reflexes, coordination, and balance; wallcrawling; camouflage; and regeneration of limbs in an enhanced, clawed form.
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  • David Alleyne, New X-Men (vol. 2) #43 (2007), Former co-leader of the New Mutants training squad. He lost his powers on M-Day, as confirmed in New X-Men (vol. 2) #20 (2006), but later joined (and became the second leader of) the X-Men-In-Training squad despite this. Powers: Formerly possessed telepathic absorption of skills from the people around him; still possesses advanced technical and tactical skills, and with the help of the Stepford Cuckoos he regained all of the information and skills he had absorbed before M-Day.
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  • Ruth Aldine, Young X-Men #5 (2008), Blind former Xavier Institute student who joined Donald Pierce's faux X-Men squad before joining the real X-Men-In-Training squad in San Francisco. Powers: Telepathy, retrocognition, clairvoyance, and precognition.
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    Eric Gitter, Human who joined Pierce's X-Men squad and thought he was a mutant because his mutant tattoo artist gave him tattoos granting him superhuman abilities. Joined the training squad despite not being a mutant. Powers: Possesses various abilities, including superhuman strength, radioactive touch, flight, healing, and telepathy, due to his tattoos.,
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  • Nicholas Gleason, Former member of the Paragons Squad. Deceased: Killed in action fighting Donald Pierce. Powers: Permanent werewolf-like form that imbues him with enhanced senses, strength, speed, agility, reflexes, coordination, balance, and endurance. Also possesses razor-sharp claws and fangs, a full-body coat of fur, and pointed ears.,
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  • Alisa Tager, Young X-Men #8 (2008), Secret Xavier Institute student originally known only to Cyclops and Jean Grey. Eventually joined the training squad after assisting them behind the scenes for months. Powers: Phasing through solid objects, full spectrum invisibility, complete stealth, and masking even her psychic imprint from most telepaths.
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    Alani Ryan, Runaways (vol. 3) #10 (2009), Former member of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Powers: Disintegrates matter by phasing through it.
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  • Ben Hamill, Former leader of the Paragons training squad. Powers: Fire manipulation; body perpetually aflame.,
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    Bling!

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  • Sidney Green, Former leader of the Chevaliers training squad. Deceased: Killed by Wither in X-Force (vol. 3) #23 (2010). Powers: Body composed of rock-hard substance; superhuman strength and durability; extra pair of eyes.,
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  • Paras Gavaskar, X-Men: Legacy #226 (2009), Former member of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Powers: Can cover his body with armored plates; purple skin.
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  • Hope Abbott, Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus #1 (2009), Former member of the Paragons training squad. Powers: Projects her astral form, which can travel over long distances and produce disruptive energy surges.
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    Caliban

    Unrevealed, Former member of the Morlocks. Founding member of the X-Force squad of X-Men. Deceased: Killed on X-Force's first mission, in New X-Men (vol. 2) #45 (2008). Briefly resurrected by Eli Bard using a form of the T-O Virus. Powers: Ability to sense and track other mutants; superhuman strength, speed, endurance, reflexes, and durability; claw-like fingernails.,

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  • Rahne Sinclair, Removed from the team roster after the events of X-Force (vol. 3) #25 (2010). See above (New Mutants Graduate X-Men).,

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  • Telford Porter, X-Force (vol. 3) #9 (2008), Initially given a terminal brain tumor by Elixir and forced to join X-Force, though he later served willingly. Presumed deceased: Shot multiple times before teleporting away in New Mutants (vol. 3) #13 (2010). Was still talking when last seen on panel, so possibly still alive. Considered missing in action by the X-Men. Powers: Teleportation.
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  • Michael Pointer, Former member of Omega Flight.,
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  • Sally Blevins, Later a member of the Acolytes and X-Corporation, she retained her powers after M-Day and was part of the 198. Last seen as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.,
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  • Julio Esteban Richter, Depowered as an effect of M-Day; currently a member of X-Factor Investigations.,
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    Shatterstar

    Gaveedra Seven/ Benjamin Russell, New Mutants (vol. 1) #100 (1991), Formerly an alien warrior, his mind was later transplanted into the body of a mutant. Currently a member of X-Factor Investigations.
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    Feral

    Maria Callasantos, Confirmed in Decimation: House of M - The Day After (2006) that she was depowered on M-Day. Killed by Sabretooth.,
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    Bird-Brain

    Bird Boy, New Mutants (vol. 1) #55 (1987), An Ani-Mate.
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  • Gosamyr, New Mutants (vol. 1) #67 (1988), An alien.
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  • Arthur Maddicks, New Mutants (vol. 1) #77 (1989), Depowered as an effect of M-Day, as confirmed in New Avengers. Powers: Image projection.
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  • Leech, Powers: Power dampening.,
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    Copycat

    Vanessa Carlysle, New Mutants (vol. 1) #98 (1991), Joined impersonating Domino. Deceased. See below (X-Force).

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    Alphonsus Lefszycic, ,
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    Moon-Boy

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    Devil Dinosaur

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    Moonstar

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  • 144

    Bedlam

    Jesse Aaronson, X-Force (vol. 1) #85 (1999), Deceased: Died in Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003).
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  • Lila Cheney, X-Force (vol. 1) #19 (1992), Currently lives in her Dyson sphere.
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    X-Treme

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  • Gloria Dolores Muñoz, X-Force (vol. 1) #51, Associate of Warpath.
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  • Guido Carosella, Former bodyguard of Lila Cheney. Powers: Rechannels kinetic energy into physical strength.,
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