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Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books Although an X-Men character for years, Nightcrawler did not get his own . When Captain Britain's and Meggan's relationship went through a rocky time, Nightcrawler was part of Wolverine's S.H.I.E.L.D team and helped Mystique. Mystique (Raven Darkhölme) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books Throughout most of her history, Mystique has been a supervillain, founding her .. The relationship sours when Rogue refuses to tell Mystique that the X-Men . Wolverine tracks Mystique to the Middle East and then into Afghanistan. Whether it's for business, pleasure or both, Mystique always has a calculated reason why she pursues her many relationships. relationship. In fact, Wolverine did kill her, leaving her for dead and her body to be auctioned off!.
They become lovers, but she soon fakes her death in order to leave him.
A number of stories report that soon after his birth, Mystique gives him up for adoption. Others depict Mystique making arrangements for him from a distance. Raven keeps track of his activities until he reaches adolescence.
Despite being the child of two mutants, Graydon is not a mutant himself. Mystique is disappointed and soon abandons him. Graydon grows to hate his parents, and eventually extends his hatred to all mutants.Top 10 Superheroes Who Hooked Up With Supervillains
He becomes leader of the mutant-hating organization Friends of Humanityand then a politician. At the height of his political ascension, Graydon is assassinated by an unknown shooter. He proves to be a loving husband, but disappointing as a lover. His infertility adds to their marital problems. Mystique starts using her shapeshifting powers in order to secretly have sexual encounters with others. She is eventually seduced by fellow mutant Azazel.
Azazel states that he is ruler of "an island nation off the coast of Bermuda: Mystique uses a dagger to murder him and then buries him. She gives birth to a baby with black hair, yellow eyes, blue skin, and a pointed tail. The locals consider the mother and child to be demons and attempt to kill them. Mystique escapes but abandons her son. Rogue had run away from her home in rural Caldecott County, Mississippi.
The girl was living alone in a wooded area, brandishing a shotgun and trusting no one, when Mystique found her. Destiny foresees that Rogue will be important to them and Mystique seeks her out, gains her trust, and takes her in.
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She and Destiny raise the girl, and Mystique grows to be very protective of her. This position gives her access to military secrets and advanced weaponry, both of which she uses for her own criminal and subversive purposes.
In this position, she attempts the theft of the Centurion weaponry from S.
Marvel 's lover Michael Barnett to death, and sought to kill Ms. The Brotherhood attempts to assassinate Senator Robert Kellya notoriously anti-mutant politician.
The X-Men thwart the assassination attempt, and all of the Brotherhood save Mystique herself are incarcerated. Her mutant power is the ability to absorb the memories, personality, and skills or powers of whomever she touches.
To free the other members of the Brotherhood, Mystique concocts a plan involving Rogue absorbing the powers of Ms. Marvel and the Avengers. Though the plan is successful, the Avengers ultimately defeat the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, capturing all of them except Rogue and Mystique.
Moreover, Rogue finds that she has absorbed Ms. Marvel's memories, personality, and powers permanently. Marvel, which prompts her to defect to the X-Men.
Rogue stops Mystique, and explains that she joined the X-Men because Professor X, as the world's most powerful telepathis her best hope of healing for her fragmented psyche. Mystique reluctantly relinquishes her guardianship of Rogue. Believing that the times have become too dangerous for the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants to continue, Mystique goes to Doctor Valerie Cooperspecial assistant to the head of the National Security Counciland offers the Brotherhood's services to the government.
In return for entering government service, Mystique and her team receive a presidential pardon for all criminal charges, to be revoked if any member of Freedom Force is found committing a crime. Cooper agrees to convey the offer to the President on the condition that the Brotherhood arrests their founder, Magneto.
When Magneto learns that Freedom Force are official federal agents, he voluntarily surrenders to them. On this particularly disastrous mission, Freedom Force loses two of its members, Stonewall and Mystique's lover Destiny. Mystique is later nearly killed by Dr. Valerie Cooper, who is under the Shadow King 's mental control. She begins going insane, and leaves the mansion under the care of Forge. She is then forced to become a member of the government-sponsored team X-Factor after being arrested for trying to blow up a dam.
Government wanted to destroy so that they could blame it on mutants. Her membership leads to tension with her teammates when Sabretooth is added to the team months later as a sleeper agent for the main purpose of killing Mystique before she can uncover the truth about the conspiracy. She slowly develops a romantic relationship with team-leader Forge though he later thought that she was just using him. Graydon has the mutant teen savagely beaten by members of the Friends of Humanity, as a warning towards his mother.
Mystique is furious and wants to kill her son, but stops when she is given a message that Graydon's backers want her to kill him and turn her son into a martyr. Graydon's death ushers in a new wave of anti-mutant violence. Sabretooth acts on his orders to kill the members of X-Factor as "Operation Zero Tolerance" is activated. Mystique distracts Sabretooth long enough to keep him from finishing off the team.
Mystique goes into hiding, taking the identity of the senator's wife Mallory Brickman, using her husband's influence to set the FBI on Sabretooth. She prevents Rogue from giving up her mutant powers and continues her investigation of the U. Government over her son's death, leading to her aiding Toad and his most recent incarnation of the Brotherhood of Mutants on a mission to raid a government base.
The mission fails thanks to Machine Manwho fights the Brotherhood and forces the team to flee. Mystique flees to Europe. While taking the form of a blonde haired woman, Mystique is confronted by a famous photographer who proposes to make her a big fashion model. Using her money, Mystique moves back to New York and into an expensive penthouse apartment. There, Skrulls staying in a nearby building frame Mystique for the murder of a Japanese diplomat.
With help from Shadowcat and Rogue, Mystique is cleared and leaves town. Before she leaves, Shadowcat finds one of Destiny's diariesleft there by Destiny herself before she died. Government acts on their intelligence regarding Mystique, and destroys all of the alternate identities that she established over the years and confiscate the money she and Destiny had hidden away.
The loss of her powers and her freedom causes her to lash out at everyone around her. Rogue has no sympathy for Mystique's plight. The relationship sours when Rogue refuses to tell Mystique that the X-Men are going to fight the High Evolutionarywho was responsible for depowering all mutants, in order to restore everyone's powers. The X-Men defeat the High Evolutionary and restore everyone's powers, allowing Mystique to escape jail.
Raven finds that she is destined to be part of a great time paradox, where she finds herself with a time delay weapon, which she is about to program to kill Graydon. After some deliberation, she decides to activate the weapon to kill Graydon.
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Mystique's sanity is further damaged by the revelation that Destiny was one of the founding members of the anti-mutant conspiracy Mystique had dedicated countless years to fighting, and had willfully withheld medical treatment to mutant children that would have resulted in them not growing up deformed due to their mutations.
She reforms the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants for another assassination attempt on Senator Kelly, and kidnaps Moira MacTaggert and impersonates her in order to access her research on the Legacy Virus. Mystique uses samples of the Legacy Virus to create a biological weapon that would infect humans and not mutants, and develops a cure for the Legacy Virus.
Mystique blows up MacTaggert's research facility, fatally injuring the doctor. Mystique then shoots Moira's foster daughter Wolfsbane with a prototype of Forge's neutralizer gun, depowering her.
The X-Men confront Mystique and she is seriously wounded. She tells the X-Men that Destiny had predicted a dark future for mutant-kind, and that the future Destiny foretold kept on unfolding despite all that Mystique had done to prevent it.
She believes that the only way to save them is to eradicate all humans. She allies herself with Martinique Jason in an attempt to wrest control of the X-Corps from its founder, Banshee. Outfitted with a device that gives her the ability to generate an electrical charge, Mystique creates the identity of a supervillain named Surge and joins the X-Corps. While Jason mind-controls the other members of the organization, Mystique brings Banshee's organization down and slits his throat, leaving him in critical condition.
Xavier poses as Magneto to rescue Mystique from the Department of Homeland Security and from execution at the hands of Johny Kitano, Special Magistrate for Homo Superior crimes against humanity, and a mutant himself. As long as Mystique completes the missions without killing anybody, Xavier, working with Forge, keeps her safe from the authorities, who are out to execute her. One of Xavier's enemies, the Quiet Man, who is actually Prudence Leighton inhabiting the body of her assassin,  contacts Mystique and offers to give her an interference transmitter which would keep her safe from the authorities if she kills Xavier.
Creating a plan that would free her from both men, Mystique pretends to try killing Xavier while secretly working with the mutant thief Fantomexafter alerting Forge to stop her at the last moment. Her plan is to have the Quiet Man see this and believe that she really has attempted to kill Xavier and is still working for him. The other X-Men believe that Mystique has tried killing Xavier and seek her out.
Distraught with rage, she attacks her foster mother. Mystique escapes by blowing up the house and going through the window, changing her form to shield her fall. After a battle, Mystique kills the Quiet Man, saves her former field-handler Shortpackand discovers the Quiet Man's interference transmitter was a fake.
She tries to steal Forge's interference transmitter but is caught. After some angry words, he smashes it and tells her he never wants to see her again.
While her comic book counterpart doesn't walk around in the buff like her onscreen version, that doesn't mean the rest of the Marvel Universe isn't interested in what she's got Marvel 16, written by Chris Claremont and penciled by Jim Mooney in Mystique, also known as Raven Darkholme, has become one of the most important players in the X-Men universe on and off the screen, so it's no surprise she piqued our interest here.
Well, as much as we can anyway The marriage went down during Wade's participation in the Weapon X Program. Like most of her conquests, Mystique was only using him for access, which she was able to use to steal files from the program. While the issue doesn't go into too much detail about their exploits in the bedroom, it can be assumed that they had some entertaining time between the sheets. Of course, being married to Wade Wade even went so far as to serve divorce papers to his wife.
That's a pretty gutsy move, but when you can regenerate anything she might remove, it's probably not too much of a concern for the merc with a mouth. Days of Future Pastit's clear that there is something going on between Beast and Mystique.
While it isn't confirmed in the theatrical versions, the two did end up going all the way together thanks to a reveal in a deleted scene. In the removed scene, the pair is seen rolling around on the floor in their natural blue forms and trust us, they aren't fighting. This was actually a rather beautiful scene, given Beast's rejection of her natural appearance previously.
As the two are seen getting frisky with one another, he remarks that she is beautiful, which helps to redeem his previous statements. Of course, it probably wouldn't have made it to the page were it not for the characters' onscreen chemistry. It may have been somewhat of a tie to the films or just a way to make readers slap themselves in the face, but after Professor X dies in the books, there is a reading of his will.
In his will, he leaves his school to his wife and can you take a guess at who his wife was?