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The original X-Force series

     Team Members 

Nathan Summers / Cable

See Cable

Samuel Guthrie / Cannonball

See New Mutants

Neena Thurman / Domino

See Domino (Marvel Comics)

Shatterstar

See Shatterstar (Marvel Comics)

Maria Callasantos / Feral

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  • Anime Hair
  • Ax-Crazy: When her mutation gets the better of her.
  • Cat Girl
  • Expy: Of Wolfsbane.
  • Face–Heel Turn: When the X-Force attempted to rescue government official Henry Peter Gyrich from the terrorist Mutant Liberation Front, led by Reignfire. Feral hated Gyrich, who was no friend to mutants, and Reignfire persuaded her to join the Mutant Liberation Front and to kill Gyrich battling with her ex-comrades.
  • Healing Factor: Feral is capable of healing mild to moderate injuries much faster than an ordinary human. Injuries such as broken bones can completely heal within a few days. She is incapable of regenerating missing limbs or organs.
  • Killed Off for Real / Stuffed into the Fridge: At the hands of Sabertooth who slew her very messily.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Recently she clashed with Wolfsbane and Shatterstar, trying to kill Rahne and her child, but it turned out that she was just a ghost, and was returned to the world to serve as anchor for the demons and gods, which are hunting for Rahne's child.
  • Prehensile Tail: Feral possesses a long, prehensile tail that she uses to help balance herself while running or during combat situations. She is also capable of supporting her weight with her tail.
  • Self-Made Orphan: Both Feral and her sister Thornn had been abused by their stepfather until she killed their parents as well as her siblings (not Thornn though).
  • Super Senses / The Nose Knows: Feral possesses superhumanly acute senses of sight, smell, and hearing comparable to those of certain animals. Feral is capable of seeing with greater clarity and at greater distances than an ordinary human (even in near-total darkness). Her hearing is enhanced similarly, enabling her to both hear sounds that ordinary humans can't and to hear at much greater distances. Feral is able to use her highly developed sense of smell to track a target by scent. Her sense of smell is so acute, she is able to detect the slight chemical differences in different brands of deodorants that, supposedly, have the same scent
  • Token Evil Teammate: Feral in the early issues was a loose cannon. She pratically almost killed Cannonball during training, almost killed her enemies only being held back by her teammates, and her teammates barely trusted her. She murdered her mother, stepfather, possibly pushed her sister to her death, and watched her little brother fall to his death(when she could have helped him)....then this led to her Face–Heel Turn.

Tabitha 'Tabby' Smith

See New Mutants

James Proudstar / Warpath

See New Mutants

Theresa Cassidy / Siryn / Banshee

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Roberto da Costa / Sunspot

See Sunspot

Julio Richter / Rictor

See X-Factor

Caliban

See X-Factor

Danielle Moonstar / Mirage

See New Mutants

Jesse Aaronson / Bedlam

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Pete Wisdom

See Excalibur The Comicbook

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     Recurring Characters 

Lila Cheney

See New Mutants

Risque

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  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Risque is more remembered for her death motivating Domino to take on John Sublime in New X-Men over anything she actually did in X-Force.

Vanessa Carlysle / Copycat

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Wade Wilson / Deadpool

See Deadpool.

Adam X

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  • Bloody Murder: His powers are weaponizing other people's blood by making them bleed then igniting the oxygen in the exposed blood. Or cutting himself and making his own blood explode after bleeding on them.
  • Butt-Monkey: When he appears in X-Men '92, it's pretty much entirely as a punchline; he thinks of himself as a hardcore revolutionary, but absolutely no one (outside of his gang of like-minded idiots) takes him seriously.
  • Facial Markings
  • Fad Super: Why he hasn't been seen much since the 90s.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: He is a half-human, half-Shi'ar
  • Long Lost Sibling: Heavily implied to have been the third Summers brother... Word of God, however, says that he's just the fourth, and a half-brother at that.
  • '90s Anti-Hero: He had long hair, a backwards baseball cap, and his power was to make his blood explode so he had to cut himself in battle. Oh, and technically, his full name is "Adam X the X-Treme".
    • Recently when he turned up in the Utopia crossover, his nineties look was toned down by getting rid of his spiky costume and many blades. However, his backwards baseball cap and long hair still remained and he swears more than the other rioters.
  • Scary Impractical Armor
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz

     Villains 

Stryfe

See Cable

Tamara Kurtz / Dragoness

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Michael McCain / Forearm

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Kamikaze

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  • Action Bomb / Flying Brick: He is almost an Expy of Cannonball with explosive powers upon impact
  • Off with His Head!: In X-Cutioner's Song crossover, Kamikaze charged behind Archangel (who was busy fighting Forearm) as a sneak attack but he was accidentally decapitated when Archangel swung his sharp metallic wings.
  • Meaningful Name: As mentioned above, his reckless overconfidence had cost his life.
    Boom-Boom (to Archangel): Well, I guess with a name like Kamikaze, you just know he's gonna buy it.

Reaper

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  • Artificial Limbs
  • Butt-Monkey: Poor Reaper always loses his limbs at every fight and getting artificial limb replacements.
  • For the Evulz: Reaper enjoys his terrorist work, looking as it's more fun than as a job.
  • The Paralyzer: Reaper can paralyze his foes by touching them from contact through his skin or scythe before finishing them off but with his artificial limbs, it has less effect.
  • Sinister Scythe

Strobe

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Sumo

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Heather Tucker / Tempo

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  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Although she was allied with MLF, she once seemed to see error in those ways and tried to retire to a normal life. However in Messiah Complex crossover, she reappeared as a villain again when she joined the Acolytes led by Exodus. And in the end, she moved to Utopia and began to work with the X-Men, fighting both Empath and Selene's army.
  • Time Master: Tempo can manipulate time, though only in her immediate vicinity. Most often she slows or stops her opponents or speeds herself or her teammates.
    • The reason for the range limit is that she actually just alters people's perception of time...which utterly fails during a fight with X-Factor because Quicksilver's perception is so fast he barely notices the difference.

Kristina Anderson / Thumbelina

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  • Big Sister Instinct: When she heard that her brother (Slab from Nasty Boys) was taken into custody by X-Factor, she went on a mission with her team to bust him out of prison and scolded her brother for getting himself captured.
  • Incredible Shrinking Woman
  • Wrench Wench: Subverted, she is a fat lady who uses her shrinking powers to fix mechanical objects and is rarely sent out to the field.

Richard Gill / Wildside

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Zero

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X-Statix

     Team Members 

Tike Alicar / Anarchist

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  • Acid Attack: He can sweat acid and shoot blasts of acidic liquid from his hands.
  • Angry Black Man: More obvious after the death of the Spike; lampshaded when he describes himself as having "irrational feelings of race-guilt".
  • The Artifact: Fears this during the Spike's tenor on the team, as he's sure it signs his death warrant.
  • Bloody Murder: Sort of, in that his powers stem from his acidic sweat, which he can use to project powerful acidic force beams.
  • Boy Meets Ghoul: Begins a loose relationship with Dead Girl.
  • But Not Too Black: He struggles with the idea that he's not a "real" black man because he's adopted and was raised by white parents.
  • The Glasses Come Off: Immediately before his death.
  • The Lancer: Every element of his design and personality was specifically crafted to fit into this image.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Designed to resemble Dennis Rodman in both appearance and personality
  • Out, Damned Spot!: Tike has a handwashing compulsion that gets worse during his period as official team leader.
  • Sunglasses at Night: While it's never addressed, he is always seen wearing his shades, even in flashbacks to his childhood and in the shower. The implication that they're prescription is fairly strong.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: Quits the team to do a road show in the first arc of X-Statix.

Mickey Tork / Bloke

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  • Bury Your Gays: A parody version, at least.
  • Captain Ethnic: Every gay stereotype you can imagine rolled up into one
  • Manly Gay: An avid bodybuilder and an especially brutal vigilante
  • Retirony: Before the new X-Force's first mission he has a romantic get together with his boyfriend and it's established that he's the only member of the team in a relationship. He dies very soon afterward.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Died on his first mission

Coach

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Dead Girl

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Doop

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  • Intelligible Unintelligible: One page actually provides a translation from the symbols he speaks in to English letters. For the most part, it's still accurate even in Doop's modern appearances.
  • Noodle Incident: Doop's history before joining the team is occasionally hinted at but never really explored. Suffice it to say, he knows Wolverine well enough that Wolvie knows Doop-speak.
  • Really Gets Around
  • Suddenly Sexuality: Revealed to be bisexual in a comic issue after the main run.
  • Wing Ding Lish: However, it has been claimed that Doop's dialogue is in a wingding font known as "Roswell Wreckage".

Robbie Rodriguez / El Guapo

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  • Canon Immigrant: In canon itself, no less.
  • Companion Cube: He talks to his skateboard when nobody else is around, and even has arguments with it that sometimes get physical. Whether he's out of his mind and doing it himself or the board is partially sentient is never established.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Received probably the single most unceremonious death of any member of the team.
  • Latin Lover: With a name that means "the handsome one"...
  • New Meat: After joining the team he has his own mini arc about getting used to it
  • Totally Radical

Henrietta Hunter

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Arnie Lundberg / the Mysterious Fan Boy

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Guy Smith / Orphan, aka Mister Sensitive

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  • Amazing Technicolor Population: His skin is a purplish pink
  • Death Seeker: Has a secret death wish, if his daily game of Russian Roulette is any indication.
    • He stopped this after he started dating Edie, only to pick it up again after her death.
  • Disability Superpower: In an interesting use of the trope, the Orphan's senses are so strong that they're extremely debilitating.
  • I Let Gwen Stacy Die: Is hit with this really hard after Edie dies, and it's the focus of the following arc, the first one of X-Statix.
  • Meaningful Rename: After his first mission, which involved reuniting a child with his parents, he changed his codename to "the Orphan" so he'd never forget his roots. He kept the name even after discovering his parents had been alive the whole time, partially on the advice of his publicist. After the Henrietta Hunter debacle, he changed it back to Mr. Sensitive.
  • Parental Abandonment: When they discovered he was a mutant. Worse, they topped it off by burning their house down with him inside. And he was 3 years old at the time.
  • Reincarnation Romance: parodied in the Dead Girl miniseries: we find Guy initially searching for Edie in Heaven, but later find out that they already resumed their love affair there and that she dumped him because she wasn't ready to make an eternal commitment.
  • Super Senses: The Orphan's powers, exaggerated to the point of deconstruction.

William Robert Reilly / Phat

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  • Armoured Closet Gay: After claiming he was never really gay and that was just a phase he was going through; somehow this caused his powers to become unreliable/disappear almost entirely until he told the truth and permanently came out.
  • Body Horror: When he's full of gunk
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Often goes barefoot to use his powers more effectively.
  • Faux Yay: Myles and Phat until they realise that they both really are gay.
  • Gayngster
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Dies shielding everyone else from the bomb implanted in Mister Code's body.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: When Phat first appears, he had a happy upper-class upbringing and is only pretending to have been a hard-luck gangbanger. When his parents appear a second time, they really are white trash (although it's possible they might be acting as well).
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Specifically meant to resemble Eminem.
  • Rubber Man: Of a sort. When inflated with extradimensional gunk, he has the bouncing and durability powers of a Rubber Man.
  • Shock Value Relationship: Vivisector and Phat's relationship started as a publicity stunt, and they eventually decided that while they are both gay, that's all it was and they were never really attracted to each other.
  • Spear Counterpart: He's basically a gay male version of Ashley Crawford, aka Big Bertha of the Great Lakes Avengers; both of them are mutants who can inflate their bodies to enormously obese proportions, a state that grants them Super Strength and Super Toughness.
  • Stout Strength: His powers are that he can fill up his body with extradimensional gunk, causing it to balloon to grotesque proportions and increasing his strength exponentially
  • White Gangbangers: Phat deliberately crafted this image around himself as a ploy to gain X-Force membership; he's actually from a very wealthy family.

Saint Anna

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Spike Freeman

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Darian Elliot / the Spike

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Edith "Edie" Sawyer / U-Go Girl

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Venus Dee Milo

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  • Can't Have Sex, Ever: Because she doesn't really have a body. Then Professor X shows her a special suit he had made in case she ever wanted a relationship to go in that direction.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Nowhere to be seen or even mentioned in the Dead Girl miniseries, which involved the Orphan in the afterlife still pining after U-Go Girl.
  • Death by Origin Story: Subverted as usual: when her powers first manifested she accidentally teleported her family away to an unknown fate and she was terrified that she killed them or sent them to a hell-dimension, but when she finally finds them in another dimension they've been having a perfectly OK time.

Myles Alfred / Vivisector

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     Recurring Characters 

Sharon Ginsberg

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Solomon O'Sullivan

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Woodstock Schumaker / Lacuna

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     Villains 

Bad Guy

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Mister Code

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The Pitiful One

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The third X-Force series

     Team Members 

James 'Logan' Howlett / Wolverine

See Wolverine

Rahne Sinclair / Wolfsbane

See New Mutants

Laura Kinney / X-23

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See X-23

  • The Cassandra: Laura's attempts to warn Logan that Warren can't be trusted because of his violently unstable and unpredictable personality fall on deaf ears, as Logan repeatedly dismisses her concerns. Sure enough, Warren is triggered to revert into Archangel at the worst possible time. Logan immediately snaps at her not to say "I told you so."
  • Handicapped Bad Ass: Kimura hacks off one of her arms with a chainsaw. Laura is still able to utterly destroy the garrison of the base where she's being held.

James Proudstar / Warpath

See New Mutants

Warren Kenneth Worthington III / Angel, Archangel

See X-Men: The Original Team

Neena Thurman / Domino

See Domino (Marvel Comics)

Josh Foley / Elixir

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A teenage boy who joined an anti-mutant group with the desire to be popular. The group attacks a team of teenage mutants from Xavier's and he discovers he has the power to heal during the fight. Rejected by his friends and family, he moves in at Xavier's and initially has a hard time fitting in. He has a controversial relationship with Wolfsbane, because he's technically underage. As he continued to study, his powers grew enormously, going from simple healing to genetic manipulation. He eventually turns his skin gold after being forced to heal himself. After a large group of students were killed by anti-mutant fanatics, he went mental and developed the power to create disease and kill people as well. Since then, he's been overwhelmed by his power and is starting to question the world at large. He has "mood skin" - when he's feeling calm, happy, or using his healing power, his skin is gold. But when he's feeling angry, depressed or using his powers to do harm, his skin turns black.

On a side note, it's too damn bad he wasn't introduced early enough to be include in the X-Men action RPGs, since he's the only member of the X-Men ever to have dedicated healing as a power.

  • A God Am I: Briefly at times.
  • Anti-Hero: Type I ——> Type IV
  • Attention Whore: He got better.
  • Foil: Him and Wither were mirror images of each other.
  • Hot for Student: At one point, caught in a Love Triangle between Rahne and Laurie.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Literally, it would seem. He starts out as a jerk, but is ultimately a good guy who eventually dedicates himself to learning and helping others, vowing to never use his 'dark side' again. This doesn't always go to plan, however, and he does have the occasional sarcastic comment to share.
  • Kid-anova
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Ever since he discovered the true extent of his powers
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: To Laurie, who was shot in the head by a sniper right after a huge argument between them.
  • Odd Couple: With Prodigy
  • Shoot the Dog: one of Josh's old schoolmates, Wither, had become an Omnicidal Maniac in service to Selene to the point that he had to use his Touch of Death to put him down.
  • The Medic/Healing Hands: His position in the team and his powers, though they go far beyond that, with it being theorised that he's an Omega Class mutant. Certainly, he's capable of turning Rahne partly into an Asgardian to survive her pregnancy by Hrimhari.
  • The Slacker: At first.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: He can either heal or kill with a touch, which changes his appearance to gold or black. In the Uncanny X-Men 2016 Annual, he becomes capable of even raising the dead. However, the more he heals, the stronger his urge to kill becomes until they balance one another out.

Telford Porter / Vanisher

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     Villains 

Purifiers

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Reverend Craig

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  • Abusive Father: Wolfsbane's father helped a group of religious fanatics brainwash his daughter to be a programmed killer sent after her teammate Angel. However, the plan did not turn up well on him.
  • Death by Irony: Reverend Craig falls victim to the psychological conditioning The Purifiers put Wolfsbane through, when they were only able to capture her because she was trying to "save" him.
  • Eviler Than Thou
  • Karmic Death Very.
  • Offing the Offspring: Earlier on, he tried to kill his daughter Rahne (by chasing her down with a mob and burning her at the stake!) but fails when Moira rescued and adopted her.
  • Scotireland
  • Sinister Minister

Bastion

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Leper Queen

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  • Cool Mask: She wears her mask to cover her disfigured face
  • She Who Fights Monsters
  • Scars Are Forever: She allegedly started the group because of her hatred of mutants. This hatred stemmed from the fact that her daughter was born a mutant and her powers ended up killing herself and disfiguring Leper Queen's face.

Kimura

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She is X-23's handler in the Facility that created X-23 and assigns the clone to missions. Throughout Kimura's time as X-23's handler, she abused X-23, finding any excuse to bully her, regardless of whether X-23 failed or not.

Eli Bard

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Born Eliphas, he was a Roman senator that was bewitched by Selene and turned into a vampire-like immortal.

  • Alas, Poor Villain: At the end, he is executed by Selene after doing everything in her name. Even his own enemy Warpath was shocked by his death.
  • Anti-Villain: It's very hard to hate the guy once you learn his backstory. Unlike most X-Men villains, he is neither a supremacist or bigoted himself (though he would join forces with them just to meet his own objectives) and he is motivated primarily to earn Selene's love.
  • The Chessmaster: He joined the Purifiers and brought Bastion and several others deceased X-Men villains, but this was just a set up so he could feed on their souls as offering for Selene.
  • The Dragon: To Selene in Necrosha.
  • A Fate Worse Than Death: Selene cursed him with eternal life and banished him from her presence. He walked the Earth for ages, always separated from the woman he loved.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: He was a Henpecked Husband whose wife had no qualms in cuckolding with another man in front of him, which made Eliphas the laughing stock of everyone around him. Then he ran into Selene, who offered to love him forever if he were to sacrifice every soul in Rome to her. He failed and as punishment, she turned him into a vicious monster.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: As soon as he walked down his path of villainy, one moment of kindness had costed him everything.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: Selene had magically cursed him and made him a vampire-like being. He doesn't share the same weakness as Marvel Universe vampires.
  • Pet the Dog: Horribly deconstructed, Eliphas was nice to a young slave girl and even gave her some jewels to help her family. After agreeing to sacrifice every soul of Rome, he tells the girl and her family to flee for their safety. Unfortunately for him, they ended up warning the authorities who arrived just in time to stop him from performing his spell.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Was originally a weak willed mortal man; two thousand years later, he's a vampiric immortal who almost singlehandedly manipulates the Purifiers, comes VERY close to killing X-23, and succeeds in giving Selene all she ever wanted - godhood. Unfortunately, she wasn't that grateful.
  • Love Makes You Evil: A textbook example.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: For all his faults, all he ever wanted was to be loved.

Selene

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Former and most prominent Black Queen of the Hellfire club, Selene has been around for quite some time and is actually the oldest mutant alive. She doubles as a superior sorceress, is incredibly powerful and very hard to kill. She singlehandedly exterminated the Externals and survived total molecular disintegration. Regal, vain and manipulative, she has recently resurfaced and maybe we'll see the full extent of her powers which has never been completely revealed.

  • A Goddess Am I: Her recent surfacing gives this as her motivation.
  • The Baroness
  • Combo Platter Powers: She can animate objects, drain people's life force to feed her youth and immortality (plus some degree of Psychic Powers and Functional Magic, and various inconsistently enhanced physical abilities). Until she got upgraded; as of Chasing Hellfire, it's "turn into living shadow, plus absorb people entirely to feed her youth and immortality, as well as take on the form of her victims.
  • Immortality Immorality
  • Of Corsets Sexy
  • Lesbian Vampire: Perhaps it's just Claremont, but trying to turn attractive teenage psychics into her disciples seems to be a particular hobby of hers.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Even though she doesn't need to, she really enjoys toying with people's minds to get what she wants. A lot.
  • Vain Sorceress: Extremely.
  • The Vamp: She's more than willing to use her looks and charm to her advantage.

Caliban

See X-Factor

Clarice Ferguson / Blink

See Blink

Suvik Senyaka / Senyaka

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Kevin Ford / Wither

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  • Blessed with Suck
  • Emo Teen
  • Face–Heel Turn
  • Power Incontinence
  • Touch of Death
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: It's hard not to feel sorry for him - he gets the world's most awful power, then, on M-Day, he thinks he's lost his power and finally gets to touch the girl he's got a massive crush on... and winds up withering her hand, because he's one of the few people who kept their powers. Then Selene starts manipulating him; a beautiful woman with powers not unlike his, who can survive his death touch, who seems interested in him, and uses that to make him dance like a puppet on her strings.

Lois London / Mortis

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Uncanny X-Force

     Team Members 

Wolverine

See Wolverine

Carried over from the previous incarnation, is co-captains with...

Archangel

See X-Men: The Original Team

Fantomex

See X-Men: 2000s Members

Deadpool

See Deadpool

Psylocke

See Psylocke

Deathlok

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A cyborg from the future who has the ability to monitor various timelines and determine the probability of the current timeline becoming like said future timeline.

AoA Nightcrawler

Cable and X-Force

     Team Members 

Cable

See Cable

Domino

See Domino

Boom Boom

See New Mutants

Hope Summers

See Hope Summers

Doctor Nemesis

Colossus

See X-Men: '70s Members

The fifth ''X-Force'' series

     Team Members 

Kid Cable

See Cable

Domino

See Domino

Samuel Guthrie / Cannonball

See New Mutants

Shatterstar

See Shatterstar (Marvel Comics).

Tabitha 'Tabby' Smith

See New Mutants

James Proudstar / Warpath

See New Mutants

Deathlok

See above

Alternative Title(s): X Force 2008, Uncanny X Force, X Force 2013

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