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Code Name Professor Xavier
Real Name Charles Francis Xavier
Height 6'0"
Weight 190 LBS
Powergrid
Intelligence 7
Strength 4
Speed 2
Durability 4
Energy Projection 7
Fighting Skills 4
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Note:This File is also in Avalanche's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Recruitment Report: Avalanche

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: Greece

Affiliations: Brotherhood of Mutants (sponsored by Mystique)

Active Mutations: Dominic generates seismic shockwaves he projects primarily from his hands.

Passive Mutations: None.

Hereditary Mutations? No. None of Avalanche’s family members have manifested mutant powers to date.

Recruit Background: I have found no background material on Avalanche prior to his participation on Mystique’s assassination attempt on anti-mutant Senator Robert Kelly, an attack thwarted by my X-Men.

Attempt to Recruit Made? No.

Likelihood of Recruitment? Low. Dominic has evidenced violent, anti-social tendencies that both make it unlikely he will agree to enrollment in my school. Unfortunately, these tendencies also make him one of the mutants most in need of our help.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Isotope-8

Observation 4: “My mind has sensed … activity from the fragments of Isotope-8 with which I have come into close proximity. But every time I reach out to telepathically probe these sensations further, the presence retreats away, out of my grasp, like a hermit crab skittering back into its borrowed shell.

"I am not saying Iso-8 itself is sentient. At least I can’t be sure whether or not it is without further examination that the element itself is not allowing. However, I think it is quite possible that Iso-8 is a conduit for another consciousness.

"And it is through Iso-8 that other entity, whatever it is, is watching us.” — Professor X (Charles Xavier)

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S.H.I.E.L.D. BRIEF: Charles Xavier (“Professor X”)

“What gives? We had a file on this guy thick enough to beat a man to death with it, and now this email is the only document here. If you’ve been screwing around with me again, Jasper, I swear I’ll have your guts for garters.” — Maria Hill

To: Nicholas Fury, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Helicarrier
From: Charles Xavier, Headmaster, Xavier’s School for Gifted Students, Westchester NY
Re: The Pulse

Dear Director Fury,

I know you, I am offering my advice -- and my help -- unsolicited. So I will be brief and to the point.

I presume you are aware that I am a strong advocate for the rights of mutants, or people born with superhuman abilities, and that at my school I train a select group of students in defense of humanity, whom the press has dubbed “The X-Men.”

What you do not know, however, is that I am also aware of the cosmological disaster your scientists have dubbed “The Pulse” that is swiftly making its way to Earth. I am a powerful telepath and I must tell you that I can sense The Pulse emanates from a place of vast evil in space, a great disruption in the very fabric of reality. I have consulted with a number of my colleagues gifted with extrasensory perception (ESP) and we all agree that The Pulse represents a direct threat to civilization and, for that matter, all life on Earth, human as well as mutant.

For that reason I am placing select members of my X-Men at your disposal to help confront this threat. I have made available to your agents files from my school to help you decide which X-Men to send on various missions. I trust you will show this highly sensitive information only to your most reliable people.

Though you are a human and I a mutant, I hope combining our forces against the threat of The Pulse will prove that homo sapiens and homo superior can work together for the common good.

Time is of the essence. I await your speedy reply.

Sincerely yours,

Charles Xavier

PS: I am uncomfortable with the data you have assembled on my X-Men. I have asked one of my students, Ms. Pryde, who has considerable facility with computers, to erase these files from your computers’ memory, leaving only that information I choose to share with you.

My apologies in advance for these actions.

But I do have an entire species to look out for.

“I didn’t touch a thing, Maria. This email is pretty self-explanatory. Director Fury says we’re to cooperate with the X-Men until we have The Pulse under control, then we’re supposed to -- and these are his words -- ‘feed Baldy his wheelchair’.” — Jasper Sitwell

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Note:This File is also in Nightcrawler's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Nightcrawler

Given Name: Kurt Wagner

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: Germany

Enrolled: Second Class

Grade Point Average (GPA): 3.25

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 7.83

Active Mutations: Short-distance teleporting. When Kurt makes one of his “jumps” he briefly leaves open a portal to the “in-between” dimension he travels through, leaving behind a dark, acrid-smelling brimstone-like “smoke.”

Passive Mutations: Prehensile tail, three-fingers and -toes (wall-crawling ability), blue fur and overall “devilish” appearance, yellow eyes (no pupils).

Hereditary Mutation? Yes. Kurt’s biological parents, “Azazel” and Raven Darkholme (Mystique) are both mutants.

Student Background: Abandoned by his parents not long after his birth, Nightcrawler performed for many years in a traveling Bavarian circus. Unfortunately, separated from his fellow performers, Nightcrawler was blamed for a string of murders in a nearby village simply due to his freakish appearance. An angry mob pursued him until I located him and recruited him to my X-Men.

Notes: Kurt has very strong religious beliefs which have made him one of the most gentle and noble of my X-Men. At times, however, I am concerned that his convictions are because of, not in spite of, his “demonic” appearance, and may indicate a deep-seated self-loathing. I must stay vigilant and monitor his progress for signs of these negative feelings manifesting themselves in the field, where they may prove dangerous to his teammates and detrimental to mission performance.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Cyclops's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Cyclops

Given Name: Scott Summers

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: USA

Enrolled: First Class

Grade Point Average (GPA): 3.75

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 8.90

Active Mutations: None.

Passive Mutations: After many long years of study, I at last discovered that Scott’s body absorbs ambient energy that allows him to project a beam of concussive force from his eyeballs.

I beg your pardon -- I misspoke. “Allow” is not quite accurate. Because his body always generates this energy, the “overflow” has one avenue of escape -- through his eye sockets. Scott must wear protective eyeglasses at all times to protect others from his constantly-projecting eye-blasts. That, or spend the rest of his life his eyelids closed.

Hereditary Mutation? Yes. Scott’s two brothers, Alex (Codename: “Havok”) and Gabriel (Codename: “Vulcan”) are both mutants, indicating the presence of a latent X-Gene somewhere on their family tree.

Student Background: The orphaned Scott was separated from his parents at an early age. When his powers first manifested themselves he was frightened and confused and fell in with a group of criminals. With the help of the FBI I was able to free Scott from their clutches and it was then that I realized my fellow mutants needed an alternative to those who would exploit their powers for evil. I subsequently founded my school for gifted students, and enrolled Scott as its first student.

Notes: Scott has flourished in a way I could have scarcely imagined when I first founded my school. He has grown into an effective leader of the X-Men and, well... I endeavor to avoid sentiment in these reports, but in many ways he is the proverbial son I never had. But I must remind him from time-to-time that for all his talents he has tendency toward high-mindedness he needs to keep in check.

Nobody likes a Teacher’s Pet.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Wolverine's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Wolverine

Given Name: Logan

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: Canada

Enrolled: Second Class

Grade Point Average (GPA): 1.25 (***chronic missed attendance***)

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 9.97

Active Mutations: None.

Passive Mutations: In addition to his heightened senses and bone claws that retract into his hands, Logan has a “healing factor” that lets him recover from every injury I have ever seen him receive. Apparently “aging” is also one such injury, as based on what little memory he possesses he is easily a century old. Military records show he fought in his country’s wars as far back as World War One.

Hereditary Mutations? Unknown. I don’t know enough about Logan’s family history to rule out the X-Gene in his relatives.

Student Background: Sadly, unscrupulous government functionaries took advantage of Logan’s healing factor to graft onto his skeleton and claws the unbreakable synthetic metal adamantium, an unspeakably painful and traumatic process that contributed in a significant way, I am convinced, to his memory problems. Logan became an agent of the Canadian government, from which I recruited him into my X-Men.

Notes: I am well aware of the ridiculousness of referring to a man of Logan’s age and experience as a “student.” Nevertheless, when I first encountered him he had grown bitter and cynical over all the death and tragedy he had experienced in his life. To be around young people, to be reminded that as long as there is life there is hope, to keep questing into the unknown -- these are the kinds of lessons that will save Logan’s soul.

And so I feel entirely justified in calling him a “student.”

I am going to have to make sure he and Cyclops don’t kill each other, though. Those two simply don’t get along.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Blob's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Recruitment Report: Blob

Given Name: Frederick Dukes

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: USA

Affiliations: Brotherhood of Mutants (sponsored by Magneto)

Active Mutations: None.

Passive Mutations: Fred’s superhuman layer of fat and blubber make him the proverbial “immovable object.”

Hereditary Mutations? No. None of Fred’s family members have manifested mutant powers to date.

Attempt to Recruit Made? Yes. Rejected.

Recruit Background: Like many mutants, Fred used his powers to embark on a career as a circus freak, where I encountered him and offered him enrollment in my school.

Likelihood of Recruitment? Low. Fred does not, as they say, play well with others. After he rejected my offer, he briefly joined Magneto’s Brotherhood, then parted ways with him, only to wind up later with Mystique’s incarnation of the same group, only to become disenchanted with her as well. I suppose I should be thankful that he has never stuck with any group long enough to pose a serious threat to humanity.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Toad's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Recruitment Report: Toad

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: United Kingdom

Affiliations: Brotherhood of Mutants (sponsored by Magneto)

Active Mutations: Toad can secrete and/or spit venom and mucus that poisons people or bring them under his mental control.

Passive Mutations: Toad’s powerful musculo-skeletal morphology is specifically adapted for leaping; my X-Men have observed jumps over 50 times his own body length, roughly the same ratio as the most powerful leaper in the animal kingdom (the Australian rocket frog).

He’s also developed a - there is no other way to say it - freakishly long prehensile tongue with enough strength to kill a man.

Hereditary Mutations? No. None of Toad’s family members have manifested mutant powers to date.

Recruit Background: I first encountered Toad when he was acting as an errand boy for Magneto. He could spring around like his namesake, but he was too cowed by Magneto’s imperious manner to do much else. None of my students could take him seriously as a threat - though the often found him disgusting and, once in a great while, pitiable. No decent person can watch another person belittled and humiliated as often and as harshly as Mortimer Toynbee was without feeling some degree of sympathy.

Attempted to Recruit Made? Yes. Rejected.

Likelihood of Recruitment? Low. Toad’s life lacks direction and genuine camaraderie borne of proper socialization in a caring environment. I wish I had encountered him earlier. I might have made a different sort of person out of him.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Storm's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Storm

Gender: Female

Nation of Origin: Born in USA, raised in Egypt and Kenya

Enrolled: Second Class

Grade Point Average (GPA): 3.75

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 8.65

Active Mutations: Ororo’s mind is directly linked to Earth’s weather systems, allowing her to manipulate wind, lightning, rain, hail, fog and so on for a variety of effects.

Passive Mutations: None.

Hereditary Mutations? Unknown. I don’t know enough about Ororo’s family history to rule out the X-Gene in her relatives.

Student Background: Orphaned like so many X-Men at an early age, Ororo grew up a pickpocket on the streets of Cairo. After her powers manifested themselves, however, Ororo wandered the continent of Africa, arriving at last in her mother’s native Kenya, where she was worshipped as a weather goddess by local tribespeople. There I found her and recruited into the X-Men, where she soon blossomed into one of its most effective members, one whom I feel entirely comfortable leading the team when necessary.

Notes: Due to some childhood trauma -- or, perhaps, her many free years riding the winds of the open veldt -- Ororo possesses a nearly crippling claustrophobia, or fear of enclosed places. I must do what I can to avoid selecting her for missions in which that phobia may prove a crippling flaw.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Sabretooth's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Recruitment Report: Sabretooth

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: Canada

Affiliations: Marauders

Active Mutations: None.

Passive Mutations: Victor has natural claws, fangs, enhanced senses and, like Logan (Wolverine), a healing factor that allows him to recover from almost any injury.

Hereditary Mutations? No. Victor and Mystique had a son, Graydon Creed, that does not appear to be a mutant.

Recruit Background: Victor has been a mercenary and assassin for many decades. He appears to take sociopathic joy in torturing and murdering his victims. He has a peculiar fascination with Wolverine, targeting his loved ones and perpetually attacking him ... on his birthday, no less.

Attempt to Recruit Made? No.

Likelihood of Recruitment? Non-existent. I do not say this about many mutants, but I believe Victor to be a lost cause. Unless he shows some change in attitude, he is not the sort of man I want within a ten mile radius of impressionable students.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Colossus's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Colossus

Gender: Male

Nation of Origin: Russia

Enrolled: Second Class

Grade Point Average (GPA): 3.00

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 8.07

Active Mutations: Peter can transform his skin into a nearly unbreakable metal-like material.

Secondary Mutations: Peter possesses incredible superhuman strength and endurance when covered in his “second skin.”

Hereditary Mutation? Yes. Peter’s sister, Illyana (codename: “Magik”) and brother Mikhail are also mutants, indicating somewhere a recessive X-Gene in both parents.

Student Background: Peter worked in relative obscurity on the same collective farm as his parents until Cerebro identified his mutant abilities and I recruited him into my X-Men.

Notes: Peter has an artistic, romantic bent; I am not surprised he developed feelings for another of his classmates, Ms. Pryde. While I do not think it is my place to interfere directly into the personal lives of students, I must make it clear to both of them that their first responsibility is to all of the X-Men, not just each other. Playing favorites in the field can have disastrous results.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Phoenix's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Phoenix

Gender: Female

Nation of Origin: USA

Enrolled: First Class

Grade Point Average (GPA): 4.00

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 9.25

Active Mutations: Jean is one of the most powerful telepaths I have ever met, outside of myself. Unlike me, she has incredible telekinetic abilities as well, which have only increased since her transformation into “Phoenix” (see below).

Passive Mutations: None.

Hereditary Mutation?: No. None of Jean’s family members have manifested any mutant abilities to date.

Student Background: I was good friends with Jean’s father, a prominent physician, and so when she first manifested her mutant powers he instantly contacted me. Jean became one of my most able X-Men and I was secretly pleased when she began a romance with her fellow student Scott, whom I have long considered something of a surrogate son. I was heartbroken when she seemingly died during a mission with the X-Men, and delighted when she was “reborn” even more powerful than before and took on the apt codename of Phoenix.

Notes: Jean’s newfound strength has been accompanied by profound mood swings, including heretofore unseen outbursts of hostility. For now I am going to chalk that up to her adjustment to unaccustomed power levels.

But I will continue to monitor the situation closely. Jean may be one of the most powerful mutants I have ever encountered -- and should she ever turn against us, she would be one of the most dangerous threats the world has ever seen.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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Note:This File is also in Mystique's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Recruitment Report: Mystique

Gender: Female

Nation of Origin: Unknown (possibly Germany, now US citizen)

Affiliations: Brotherhood of Mutants (former leader)

Active Mutations: Raven can shapeshift into nearly any form.

Passive Mutations: None.

Hereditary Mutations?: Mystique passed her X-Gene along to her son, Nightcrawler, whose father, Azazel, appears to also have been a mutant.

Recruit Background: Mystique’s shapeshifting ability appears to not only allow her to mask outward signs of aging, but also has granted her an exceptionally long life through cell regeneration. She rose high within the United States Department of Defense, which gave her to access to intel that allowed her to recruit a splinter faction of the Brotherhood of Mutants and attempt to assassinate anti-mutant Senator Robert Kelly, an attack thwarted by my X-Men.

Attempt to Recruit Made?: Yes. Ignored.

Likelihood of Recruitment?: Medium. Like Magneto, Mystique has radical views about the proper way to fight for mutant rights. Unlike Magneto, Mystique does not evidence an equally strong hatred for humanity. For this reason I believe it is possible Mystique can be persuaded to enter our school, hopefully as an instructor, to share her lengthy experience and espionage skills with our students.

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Note:This File is also in Kitty Pryde's Dossier Files.


Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters Student Record: Kitty Pryde

Gender: Female

Nation of Origin: USA

Enrolled: Third Class* (see notes below)

Grade Point Average (GPA): 5.25 (***with extra credit***)

Danger Room Median Success Rate (DRMSR): 100000.0 (***Ms. Pryde has been hacking into the Danger Room computer again. I will have to speak with her.***)

Active Mutations: Kitty can “phase” her body through solid matter with no harm to herself. She can remain insubstantial as long as she can hold her breath. When “phasing” through electronic machinery she disrupts or permanently fuses those systems.

Passive Mutations: None.

Hereditary Mutations?: No, none of Kitty’s family has manifested any mutant ability to date.

Student Background: Kitty was a normal teenager living outside Chicago when her mutant powers first manifested themselves. The White Queen of the Hellfire Club attempted to recruit her into her own school for young mutants to further her own unpleasant ends, forcing my hand. Though she was much younger than the other students currently enrolled, I persuaded her and her parents to send her to my school -- and the X-Men.

Notes: Though some criticized at the time me for not transferring Kitty to my third class of students (colloquially called “The New Mutants”) I felt that she had already acclimated well with Wolverine, Colossus and the others, so I kept her in the older class. She has consistently proven worthy of that judgment and grown into a true leader among the X-Men.

Signed,

Charles Xavier

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