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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Every one of the Exiles allies get this. Nocturne gets to retire as the leader of a country, Khan is reunited with her family and the Exiles are in the clear to relax before their next mission. About the only one who doesn't get one is Iron Lad, who chooses to sacrifice himself to the role of becoming Kang to save his friends, but he's glad to have had friends in the first place.

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Every one of the Exiles allies get this. Nocturne gets to retire as the leader of a country, Khan is reunited with her family family, and the Exiles are in the clear to relax before their next mission. About the only one who doesn't get one is Iron [[spoiler:Iron Lad, who chooses to sacrifice himself to the role of becoming Kang to save his friends, but he's glad to have had friends in the first place.]]


* BadFuture: In ''Exiles #12'' (2018), the rogue Watchers trap the teammates in their own individual darkest timelines.

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* BadFuture: In ''Exiles #12'' (2018), Issue #12, the rogue Watchers trap the teammates in their own individual darkest timelines.


Following Exiles, New Exiles, and Exiles vol 2, this series was released April 11th, 2018. The title is written by Saladin Ahmed & drawn by Javier Rodriguez, with guest artists such as Rod Reis. The series is the revival and third volume of the Exiles franchise, released during the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' relaunch.

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Following Exiles, New Exiles, and Exiles vol 2, this series was released April 11th, 2018.ran from 2018 to 2019. The title is written by Saladin Ahmed & drawn by Javier Rodriguez, with guest artists such as Rod Reis. The series is the revival and third volume of the Exiles franchise, released during the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' relaunch.



Alas though, the series didn't catch much of an audience and was canceled in 2019, clocking in with only 12 issues.


* IntergenerationalFriendship: Valyrie & Wolvie seem to fit, as he seems a bit closer to her than the others. They were drawn together on a few cover artworks, and Wolvie is shown giving her flowers that she wears in her hair while carrying him on her shoulders.

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* IntergenerationalFriendship: Valyrie & Wolvie seem to fit, as he seems a bit closer to her than with the others. They were drawn together on a few cover artworks, rest of the Exiles, being they're all adults & he's from the X-Babies universe. But it's especially noticeable with him and King, aka Cowboy T'Challa. The two share many sweet moments, with Wolvie is shown giving her flowers that she wears in her hair while carrying even saving him on her shoulders.from drowning. While the group has become a family, Wolvie seems closest to King.


** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Wolvie's darkest timeline]] [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DxscLbIVsAANfa2.jpg is literally just]] the 90s ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon, which he finds too violent and intense for a child like him. At least he likes [[EarWorm the theme song]], though.

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** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Wolvie's darkest timeline]] [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DxscLbIVsAANfa2.jpg is literally just]] the 90s ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon, which he finds too violent and intense for a child like him. At least he likes [[EarWorm the theme song]], song, though.


Alas though the series didn't catch much of an audience and was canceled in 2019, clocking in with only 12 issues.

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Alas though though, the series didn't catch much of an audience and was canceled in 2019, clocking in with only 12 issues.



* BadFuture: In ''Exiles #12'' (2018), the rogue Watchers trap the teammates in their own individual darkest timelines.
** T'Challa is sent to a timeline where Wakanda was conquered by Ulysses Klaw, among the victims being the Dora Milaje and T'Challa's sister Shuri.
** Captain Peggy Carter's bad timeline is one where Baron Zemo defeats her and uses her blood to create an army of Nazi supersoldiers, easily conquering the world.
** Becky Barnes is trapped in a timeline where she never got in the Army, and is a meek closeted housewife to an abusive husband.
** Valkyrie's bad future is Ragnarok, where Surtur arrives, overpowers all of Asgard's forces, and kills everyone in the realm.
** Blink is sent back to the Age of Apocalypse timeline from which she came.
** Iron Lad is sent to the future where he becomes Kang the Conqueror. [[spoiler:And to rescue his teammates, he's forced to remain trapped in that timeline forever.]]
** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Wolvie's darkest timeline]] [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DxscLbIVsAANfa2.jpg is literally just]] the 90s ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon, which he finds too violent and intense for a child like him. At least he likes [[EarWorm the theme song]], though.



* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: The Time-Eater has the power of many Galactuses and he has already devoured several multiverses in his bid to become God. Blink gives him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown, by finding an army of alternate Blinks and various friends she met and having all these individuals gang up on the Time-Eater. The Exiles actually had a harder time fighting the Juggernautical in a prior issue.



* MadeOfIron -Iron Lad, kinda self-explanatory.

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* MadeOfIron -Iron MadeOfIron: Iron Lad, kinda self-explanatory.



* ''{{Valkyries}}'': As her name suggests, Valkyrie fits this.
* UniversalAdaptorCast: After escaping from the Watchers, where the Tallus was shattered in the crossfire, the Exiles end up placed in various roles in a universe based on the many stories of Arabian Nights with TJ as Scheherazade in particular.

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* ''{{Valkyries}}'': {{Valkyries}}: As her name suggests, Valkyrie fits this.
* UniversalAdaptorCast: After escaping from the Watchers, where the Tallus was shattered in the crossfire, the Exiles end up placed in various roles in a universe based on the many stories of Arabian Nights with TJ as Scheherazade in particular.particular.
* TheWorfEffect: The Time-Eater has killed Galactus on many different alternate realities and stole his powers, which he then uses to consume whole multiverses. A being like that, you'd think would be highly invulnerable, but that's not the case and he gets the crap kicked out of him by an army of Blinks and some friends.

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* DreamWeaver: Khan's daughter's powers turn out to be blending dreams and reality to her desires. This allows her to let her mom send Blink a message from their timeline and deliver the Tallus to her.


* AfroAsskicker: Blink

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* AfroAsskicker: BlinkBlink now has afro style kinky hair.
* AndTheAdventureContinues: Aftee the conflict with the Watchers is settled the Exiles take a reprieve but Blink knows it's only a matter of time before there is some crisis in the multiverse only the Exiles can solve, and they'll be there to solve it.


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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Every one of the Exiles allies get this. Nocturne gets to retire as the leader of a country, Khan is reunited with her family and the Exiles are in the clear to relax before their next mission. About the only one who doesn't get one is Iron Lad, who chooses to sacrifice himself to the role of becoming Kang to save his friends, but he's glad to have had friends in the first place.


Alas though the series didn't catch much of an audience was canceled in 2019, clocking in with only 12 issues.

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Alas though the series didn't catch much of an audience and was canceled in 2019, clocking in with only 12 issues.

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Alas though the series didn't catch much of an audience was canceled in 2019, clocking in with only 12 issues.


* OblivousGuiltSlinging: Khan is coerced to work against the team under the promise of being reunited with her dead husband and children. Wolvie is happy for her, but mentions she should probably never mention how she returned to them, since she wouldn't want them to think she's a bad person. This convinces her to turn on her new team of Exiles.

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* OblivousGuiltSlinging: ObliviousGuiltSlinging: Khan is coerced to work against the team under the promise of being reunited with her dead husband and children. Wolvie is happy for her, but mentions she should probably never mention how she returned to them, since she wouldn't want them to think she's a bad person. This convinces her to turn on her new team of Exiles.


* HijackingCthulhu: The teams first arc villain is the Time Eater, a being that consumes timelines who turns out to be a Kang that's cannibalizing the Galactus' of various universes for power.



* LawfulStupid: The Unspoken is meant to follow the Watcher's creed of noninterference as a part of his punishment, so him helping the Exiles on the path to ''saving the multiverse'' gets them both punished with a KangarooCourt where said reality saving is counted as evidence of their transgression before their summary execution. They do consider themselves part of a [[NoTrueScotsman more faithful]] faction of the Watchers however.



* OblivousGuiltSlinging: Khan is coerced to work against the team under the promise of being reunited with her dead husband and children. Wolvie is happy for her, but mentions she should probably never mention how she returned to them, since she wouldn't want them to think she's a bad person. This convinces her to turn on her new team of Exiles.
* PsychoRangers: After the Exiles escaped the Watchers ruling they assembled their own team of Exiles to bring them back comprised of various evil counterparts to the group and [[TokenGoodTeammate Kamala Khan]].
** Iron Lord for Iron Lad
** X-2/3 for Wolvie
** Shuri Killmonger for T'Challa
** Captain Axis Steve Rogers for Bucky and Peggy.
** And an undead skeleton Thor for Valkyrie.



* ''{{Valkyries}}'': As her name suggests, Valkyrie fits this.

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* ''{{Valkyries}}'': As her name suggests, Valkyrie fits this.this.
* UniversalAdaptorCast: After escaping from the Watchers, where the Tallus was shattered in the crossfire, the Exiles end up placed in various roles in a universe based on the many stories of Arabian Nights with TJ as Scheherazade in particular.


* Cowboy Episode: In chapters six & seven, the group goes to an Old West universe and do battle with an Western version of Magneto & his Brotherhood.

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* Cowboy Episode: CowboyEpisode: In chapters six & seven, the group goes to an Old West universe and do battle with an Western version of Magneto & his Brotherhood.

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