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5th November 2005

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Puck I Real Name: Eugene Milton Judd
Status: active member of Alpha Flight, currently in space

As a mainstay of the former incarnations of Alpha Flight, Puck was also recruited when Department H recently re-started the Flight program. [Alpha Flight (2nd series) #1] Puck acted as senior member to newer recruits Radius, Flex and Murmur and helped them with their training and coping with superhero life. However after most original Alphans rejoined, the newer recruits were placed in a reopened Beta Flight. [Wolverine (2nd series) #142] Despite him not being among the team’s most powerful members, Puck’s experience and reliability make him a worthy addition, if not the secret heart and backbone of the team. However, Judd was recently captured along with the other original Alphans by the mysterious alien Plodex, which led to the formation of a new Flight team to save them. Upon the rescue of Judd and the originals, they departed for space to return the Plodex eggs to their homeworld. Puck is apparently unaware that his abandoned daughter was among his rescuers, ironically also calling herself Puck. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #1-6]

Puck II Real Name: Zuzha Yu
Status: inactive

Apparently, the abandoned daughter of the original Puck, Sasquatch tricked the college-drop-out-turned-bartender into joining the All-New, All-Different Alpha Flight by promising her to explain why she was able to talk when she was in her mothers womb. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #1-4] However, upon the rescue of the original Alphans, including Zuzha's supposed father, Zuzha did still not learn how she could talk while still in the womb. After starting a relationship with handsome teammate, Major Mapleleaf, Zuzha remained with the All-New, All-Different Alpha Flight, serving as the team’s most energetic member. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #7-8] Following the disbanding of the All-New, All-Different Alpha Flight, Zuzha's whereabouts are unknown.

Purple Girl is listed under Persuasion

Quicksilver Real Name: Pietro Maximoff
Status: inactive

Pietro left X-Factor to sort things out with his estranged wife, Crystal, who was serving among the Avengers at the time [X-Factor #94-95]. For the sake of their daughter, Luna, they gave their marriage another shot and stayed with the team until the Avengers faced Onslaught. Earth Mightiest Heroes sacrificed themselves (actually they were transported into a pocket universe), but Pietro could not join them, as his mutant energy might have empowered Onslaught even further. [Marvel Universe: Onslaught] After mourning his loss, Quicksilver became the leader of the Knights of Wundagore, until suddenly Crystal and Earth’s heroes returned. However, she needed time to think and departed [Quicksilver #4]. Later, when the Knights also no longer needed Pietro’s leadership, he was left alone. During that time, he was approached to become part of Genosha’s cabinet and, believing to be the voice of reason to keep Magneto in check, he agreed. [Magneto Rex #3] As Magneto suddenly found a way to restore himself to full power, Pietro openly opposed his methods, which led to him being sent off the island. [Magneto: Dark Seduction #4] After this, Pietro for a time rejoined the Avengers, though after the Kang War he left again. [Avengers (3rd series) #55] Pietro also accompanied a team of X-Men who checked out the ruins of Genosha and was rather startled that some mutants there had built a huge dedication to his father, and helped to finish building the monument. [New X-Men #132] Following the supposed death of his father, recently Pietro accompanied his sisters, Wanda and Lorna, to Genosha, where they confronted Xavier over a burial for Magneto. [Uncanny X-Men #442-443] Pietro has since been vacationing in Greenland, though after learning of what had happened to his sister and the destruction of the Avengers, he arrived at Avengers Mansion before the team disbanded, armed with an apology. [Avengers: Finale]

Radius Real Name: Jared Corbo
Status: presumed deceased

Radius became part of a reorganized Alpha Flight program by Department H, yet, with most of the original Alphans returning to the fold, it was decided to place him and the other newer recruits into a reopened Beta Flight program. [Wolverine (2nd series) #142] For reasons unknown, he left that group to join Banshee’s militant X-Corps. Radius was one of the few loyal members that actually believed in Banshee’s cause. When Mystique and her allies took over the place, Avalanche created a deep rift in the ground and closed it again after Radius fell down. Though Radius’ forcefield possibly might have saved him from the impact or from getting crushed by the moving ground, he probably suffocated after a short amount of time. His death was mourned by the X-Men and the remaining X-Corps members once the villains were defeated.[Uncanny X-Men #405-406]

Random Real Name: Marshall Evan Stone III
Status: captive of the Weapon X program

Random was an occasional hired help for X-Factor. As it later turned out, he once had needed the Dark Beast to control his powers and ever since was being blackmailed by him. McCoy also forced Random to lure Havok away from the team to capture and brainwash him. [X-Factor #118] However, Havok only faked that the brainwashing succeeded and played along, till he finally was able to uncover Dark Beast’s secret agenda. Hundreds of human infected Legacy patients were hidden in test pods in the mad scientist‘s lab. Random opted to watch over this people, while Havok reorganized X-Factor. [X-Factor #144] Later, he belonged to a group with the task to recover the High Evolutionary’s Isotope E , as it might hold a possible cure for the Legacy Virus, but Random and his partners were betrayed by their employers, the Acolytes. [Quicksilver #8-9] With the Virus cured overnight, Random was free of his job. Not much later, he was spotted on Genosha among Magneto’s troops, preparing for worldwide takeover. [X-Men (2nd series) #112] Apparently, Random left Genosha before the Sentinel massacre, though he found himself targeted by another mutant hunting agency - the revamped Weapon X program. Random was imprisoned in the Neverland concentration camp. Despite starting a riot, Random was not gassed like many others, possibly as the Director has deemed him useful for the program. [Weapon X (2nd series) #5] When the secret of Neverland was about to be uncovered by Wolverine, the Weapon X program evacuated everyone from the prison. While a large number of camp inmates were deemed not worth the effort and killed, Random was among a group of prisoners the program relocated to another base, in order to make them agents of the Weapon X program too. [Weapon X: Days of Future Now #3]

Red Lotus Real Name: Paul Hark
Status: inactive

The X-Men met Red Lotus, when they were investigating the murders of two Australian crimelords, one of them being Red Lotus‘ grandfather. At first, he opposed them, as Gambit was framed for these murders, but he soon realized the X-Men’s noble intentions and helped them to clear Gambit off his charges. Red Lotus accompanied the X-Men to Madripoor to fight off an alien invasion, yet he was heavily injured by Shaitan and returned home to recover from his wounds. [X-Treme X-Men #11-12] Later on, Red Lotus resurfaced when he was helping the Hellfire Club’s White Queen, “Courtney Ross”, and the Viper to shut down a slavery ring in Hong Kong. [Uncanny X-Men #453-454]

Revanche Real Name: Kwannon
Status: deceased

Spiral had interweaved the minds and bodies of Kwannon, the Hand’s prime assassin, and the X-Man Psylocke, to such degree that, even though they still looked differently, they acted and thought more identical than twins. Both were convinced that they were the real Betsy Braddock deep down, but Revanche also had the European body to back up her claim. Unfortunately, it was this body that contracted the Legacy Virus. When Revanche hit the final stages of the illness, her telepathy was pushed to the max. She could even probe her own mind and realized that, deep down, she was Kwannon, the Asian ninja. She traveled back to Japan to visit her former lover, Nyoirin and asked him to kill her, since she did not want to suffer from the painful infection anymore. Upon dying, Kwannon telepathically returned all ”Betsy“ aspects to Psylocke halfway around the world. [X-Men (2nd series) #31]

Reyes, Dr. Cecilia Status: undetermined, last seen in Neverland

Though her heart’s desire is working as a medical doctor, Cecilia has been drawn into the X-Men time and again. After saving Nightcrawler’s life, she was forced to use a power enhancing drug called Rave to survive in a Neo stronghold. [X-Men (2nd series) #106] With Xavier’s help, Cecilia endured the painful withdrawal and seemed to have returned to her medical practice. [Uncanny X-Men #389] However, soon after, Cecelia was one of many mutants rounded up by Weapon X agents and imprisoned in the mutant concentration camp known as Neverland. Cecelia uses her medical skills to help other mutants try and survive in the camp. [Weapon X (2nd series) #5] When the secret of Neverland was about to be uncovered by Wolverine, the Weapon X program evacuated everyone from the prison. While a large number of camp inmates were deemed not worth the effort and killed, a selected few were the relocated to another base of the Weapon X program, in order to make them agents of the Weapon X program too. It is unknown wether Cecilia was among these prisoners or not. [Weapon X: Days of Future Now #3]

Rictor Real Name: Julio Richter
Status: active member of X-Corporation Europe

Following Operation Zero Tolerance, X-Force parted ways with the overprotective Cable. While most of the team went on a road trip through the US, Rictor decided to return to Mexico to deal with the criminal activities of his family. He was accompanied by his close friend, Shatterstar. [X-Force #70] During one of their missions, they even crossed paths with X-Force again. [X-Force Annual ‘99] Rictor is now a member of Xavier‘s X-Corporation alongside several of his former teammates and some new additions. [New X-Men #128-130] Note: Rictor is set to appear in the upcoming X-Factor series which debuts later this year.

Risque Real Name: Gloria Delores Munoz
Status: deceased

An off-again on-again ally of X-Force who could implode things by thought, [X-Force #65, #81, #100] Risque also had a relationship with James Proudstar. The elusive mutant was killed, however, in one of X-Corporation Hong Kong‘s assignments when she thought she had uncovered information relating to John Sublime. [New X-Men Annual 2001] This branch of X-Corp seems now to be defunct, as Domino has joined Cable‘s Underground.

Rogue Real Name: Anna Marie
Status: active member of the (Adjectiveless) X-Men

Skin to skin contact with a telepathic Skrull girl resulted in an unknown side effect for Rogue; afterwards she began to randomly manifest powers of all people she ever absorbed before. [X-Men (2nd series) #107, Uncanny X-Men #388] Rogue decided to join Storm’s team on the search for the missing diaries of the late Destiny, but she objected that Gambit accompanies them too, fearing that her uncontrollable powers could harm or even kill her lover. [X-Men (2nd series) #109] However, the lovebirds were reunited when the X-Treme X-Men learned that Gambit was framed for murder in Australia. After helping him prove his innocence, the team went to Madripoor to stop an alien invasion. To make better use of her screwed-up absorption powers, Rogue had Sage jumpstart her and she was now able to consciously call up every power she had absorbed before. [X-Treme X-Men #8, 13] As a result of stopping the invasion from Dimension X, however, Rogue and Gambit both lost their powers, due to overtaxing their abilities and being impaled by a sword. Because of that, the two left the X-Treme team and set out on their own, for the first time in their lives able to explore a full relationship. [X-Treme X-Men #19, X-Treme X-Men X-Pose #2] Going by the alias "Anna Raven“, Rogue set up in Valle Soleada, where she worked as a mechanic until the X-Men happened to stop by for a visit. Drawn back in the seemingly endless mutant battles, Rogue had Sage jumpstart Gambit to make his power resurface, though the status of her own abilities has yet to be cleared up. [X-Treme X-Men #46] With the X-Men being restructured by Cyclops, Rogue and Gambit were assigned to Havok’s squad, something they were not happy about. [X-Treme X-Men #46, X-Men (2nd series) #157] On the new team’s first mission, however, tragedy fell on the happy couple, as Gambit’s newly restored powers are unstable and a card blew up in his face, blinding him, and the two spent the remainder of the mission bickering with each other, both helpless. [X-Men (2nd series) #158-160] With her powers apparently having returned by themselves, Rogue has regained her ability to temporarily siphon the powers of other mutants, and was able to aid her teammates in the Brotherhood's recent attack. [X-Men (2nd series) #161-164] However, relations between Rogue and Gambit remained strained and, when the X-Men were recently attacked by Golgotha, who made them act out their thoughts and feelings, Gambit admitted that he is glad they cannot touch, and Rogue kissed Wolverine, making them both doubt whether they should be together. [X-Men (2nd series) #169]

Rusty Real Name: Russel "Rusty“ Collins
Status: deceased

When the New Mutants needed to bring Dani Moonstar to Asgard because of a strange illness, they were attacked by Freedom Force trying to arrest Rusty. Skids and her lover hid behind a forcefield and told the rest of the team to depart, not knowing that the New Mutants would be gone for days. [New Mutants (1st series) #78] After hours, Skids tired and the couple were imprisoned. Even before their teammates learned about the incident, Rusty and Skids were busted out by the MLF, who used neurochips on them to turn them into loyal members. [New Mutants (1st series) #87] Later on, Magneto removed these implants and thankfully the couple joined his Acolytes. [X-Force #25] Months later, Avalon, the Acolytes‘ space station, was destroyed by Holocaust, who also killed Rusty during the attack. [X-Men (2nd series) #42]

Sabra Real Name: Ruth Bat-Seraph
Status: active member of X-Corporation Europe

The Israeli mutant, Sabra, was trained as an agent by the Mossad, the Secret Service of her country, and chosen to be the nation’s representative hero, much like Captain America is for the United States. Very early she learned about the painful consequences of prejudice when her husband and her son were killed in a terrorist bombing. For years, Sabra was a member of Xavier’s secret underground network and, when she found herself under attack by Prime Sentinels during Operation Zero Tolerance, she banded together with Iceman, Marrow and Cecilia Reyes. Together, they survived long enough till the real threat behind the organization was exposed and Bastion captured by SHIELD. [X-Men (2nd series) #67-69] Ever since, Sabra has been aiding the various X-teams in several occasions, like uncovering the truth about Joseph’s origin or helping Excalibur to battle the residue of Legion. [X-Men (2nd series) #73, Excalibur #121] Recently, she fully joined Xavier’s cause by becoming a member of the X-Corporation branch closest to her native country, namely the European team operating out of Paris. [New X-Men #131-132]

Sabretooth Real Name: Victor Creed
Status: undetermined

Captured by the X-Men and turned over to the authorities, Sabretooth was forced to join X-Factor, who kept him under control with a pain-inducing collar. Over time however Creed managed to get used to it‘s effects and bypassed the pain. He then assassinated the whole team and escaped. [X-Factor #136] Shortly afterwards, he was seen fighting Wolverine and had even become a deadlier opponent, as he now possessed an adamantium-laced skeleton. When Apocalypse wanted to transform Creed into his Horseman, Death, Wolverine intervened, knowing that an upgraded Sabretooth would be totally irresponsible and unstoppable. In his place, Logan underwent the process, during which he got infused with Creed’s adamantium. [Wolverine (2nd series) #145] After recovering from the painful operation, Creed helped out Mystique’s Brotherhood; but, having accomplished their goal, the death of Senator Kelly, the members returned to working alone. Creed was then recruited by the new Weapon X program, who again bonded the indestructible metal to his bones and also had implanted some mental inhibitors to make him follow their orders. [Wolverine (2nd series) #163-164] Still, Sabretooth found a way to bypass them and use the program’s resources for a personal vendetta against Wolverine. Although his ploy was discovered, Sabretooth was able to make an escape. [Wolverine (2nd series) #173-175] Several attempts of the Weapon X program to capture and re-recruit him were wasted effort or only of temporary success. However, the Weapon X program won’t stop trying to get him, for this loose end threatens their entire operation, as Creed was one of the few agents who knew the truth behind the mutant concentration camp Neverland. Additionally, Sabretooth is sole purpose to recognize that the head scientist, Dr. Windsor, is none other than Mr. Sinister in disguise, and he has already used threatened to expose him once. [Weapon X (2nd series) #8-13] Later, Creed was hired by Michael Grand, the head of MegaCorp to hunt down Sinister, who wanted revenge on him. In return, Creed received a hefty pay check. [Weapon X (2nd series) #26-28] Sabretooth then joined up with a new Brotherhood, which planned an all-out assault on the Xavier Institute. During battle, Sabretooth jibed Northstar by letting slip that he knows where Aurora is. Jean-Paul beat Sabretooth to a pulp before he could get an answer and, later in the battle, Wolverine “disposed of him“. [X-Men (2nd series) #161-164]

Sage Real Name: Tessa
Status: personal aide of the Hellfire Club’s Lord Imperial (Sunspot)

Though most of the X-Men did not fully trust her for the years she worked within the Hellfire Club, which Tessa claimed to have been doing undercover for Xavier, Storm still asked her to join the group that searched for Destiny’s missing diaries, since her analytical abilities would have been essential to decipher the precog’s entries. [X-Men (2nd series) #109] During the missions with the new team, Sage revealed yet another ability – she can read other’s DNA and even jumpstart others to either manifest latent mutations or to further develop existing gifts. [X-Treme X-Men #3, 10, 13] Even with the quest for the diaries at an end, Tessa remained with the X-Treme team while several other members departed. [X-Treme X-Men #19] Bishop and she have started up some sort of a partnership and, while he tries to get close to her more human side, they have used their special skills to investigate two strange happenings at the Xavier Institute and other places. [X-Treme X-Men #20-23, New X-Men #140-141] Slowly but surely having earned the respect of her teammates, Sage even coordinated the X-Men’s attack on Elias Bogan in Storm’s absence and, while fighting him, she also she also revealed the circumstances of her first meeting with Xavier. [X-Treme X-Men #44] With the X-Treme X-Men’s reintegration with the X-Men, Tessa continued on Storm’s team, the X.S.E., and had her own "Cyberpath“ room to analyze incoming data from all over the planet and assign the other X-Men to the many different threads.[Uncanny X-Men #444-445] However, Sage recently turned against her teammates when she was under control of the diabolical Fury but, once free from the Fury, Tessa was an asset in taking the Fury down. [Uncanny X-Men #446-447] After a run-in with Viper, the X-Men were made aware of a new Hellfire Club, and Sage received an offer from Sebastian Shaw to return to him. [Uncanny X-Men 448-449, 551] The X-Men investigated their missing teammate, only to enter a battle with the new Hellfire Club, which resulted in Roberto DaCosta a.k.a. Sunspot taking over as the Lord Imperial, and Sage remaining at his side as his aide. [Uncanny X-Men #452-454]
Note: Sage is set to appear in the upcoming New Excalibur series which debuts later this year.

Saint Anna Real Name: Anna
Status: deceased

When most of X-Force died, Saint Anna and several others joined to replace the deceased members. The new team’s first mission involved liberating a young boy from the government of Bastrona. However, X-Force’s informant set them up and they found themselves under attack by Bastrona’s army. Saint Anna was shot and died in the Orphan’s arms after making him promise to find her father. Upon dying, she turned to dust, which the Orphan inhaled. When he later tracked down Anna’s father in Argentina, he sneezed and Anna’s ashes rained down on her father, making him experience her memories and her personality. [X-Force #119]

Saint Elmo Real Name: Elmo
Status: deceased

The Norse god of light was one of Department H’s first recruits for Canada’s own superhero team. When the mad scientist, Egghead, and his goons blackmailed New York, threatening to launch a nuclear missile, only the untrained Flight was close enough to intervene. Though the team managed to stop the rocket launch, they could not prevent the attached bomb from detonating. Saint Elmo sacrificed his own life to save his teammates by transforming most of the rocket’s substance into harmless light, well aware that the strain would kill him in the process. [Alpha Flight Special #1]

Sasquatch I Real Name: Dr. Walter Langkowski
Status: inactive

When she learned that her teammate was possessed by the Great Beast, Tanaraq, Snowbird was forced to kill Sasquatch, yet his soul was managed to be saved. However, he became lost in the interdimensional crossroads when the team was searching for a new body for him, and he was presumed fully dead. [Alpha Flight (1st series) #23-24, 29] However, he returned, escaping by making use of Smart Alec’s mindwiped body that had been stored as a miniature in Shaman’s pouch. When he crawled out he found Alpha Flight’s base under attack by the evil sorcerer, Pestilence, in possession of the deceased Snowbird’s white, Sasquatch form. Walter left Smart Alec to make use of the Box armor and he managed to send an electroshock into the Snowbird, ending the possession. Since Smart Alec’s body had been crushed in the battle, Walter then took over the white Sasquatch form, only to discover that, upon transforming to human state, he was now stuck in a female body. [Alpha Flight (1st series) #44-45] Walter lived as "Wanda“ Langkowski for several months, until Snowbird’s spirit crossed over from the afterlife to help Walter to modify the body into a replica of his old physical self. [Alpha Flight (1st series) #68] After Department H deciding to shut down the Flight programs and lay low for a while, because of Canada having it’s own wave of anti-mutant / superhero hysteria, [Alpha Flight (1st series) #130] Walter joined an expedition to Antarctica and was not present when the team was re-formed several months later. Much to his surprise, he found his teammate Guardian crashed down in the snowy wastelands, who told him that strange things were going on at Department H. Together, they contacted several other original Alphans and confronted Alpha Flight and Department H, only to learn that, in the meantime, a real life Sasquatch had been thought to be him and made join the team only to die. [Alpha Flight (2nd series) #12-13, 18-20] In the aftermath of that confrontation, the veterans rejoined the team. However, while investigating the arrival of the Plodex on Earth, everyone was captured except Sasquatch, who went about assembling the All-New, All-Different Alpha Flight, so they could rescue the originals. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #1-6] After the original Alpha Flight departed for space, Sasquatch set up a new headquarters at the Plodex complex in the Arctic, and severed his ties with the government. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #7-8] Following the team's final mission in which they went back in time, the All-New, All-Different Alpha Flight has disbanded. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #12] Sasquatch has since appeared at the funeral of his close friend and former teammate Northstar. [New X-Men: Academy X #13]

Sasquatch II Real Name: none
Status: deceased

When Department H restarted the Alpha Flight program, they attempted to recruit various members of the team’s previous incarnations. Unaware that Walter Langkowski was actually on an expedition at the south pole, they mistook a real life Sasquatch that was sighted in the Canadian Rockies for a horribly mutated Langkowski. [Alpha Flight (2nd series) #7]The beast was only held in check by Murmur’s possessive power and it finally died when Zodiac attacked Alpha Flight’s headquarters and released a dangerous bacterial super-organism from the labs that ate away Sasquatch’s flesh, leaving only his bare skeleton behind. [Alpha Flight (2nd series) #12]

Sefton, Amanda is listed under Magik II

Shadowcat Real Name: Katherine „Kitty“ Pryde
Status: active member of Astonishing X-Men

During an attack in outer space, Shadowcat was separated from the team, however she managed to use a space suit, equipped with a jet pack, to return to Earth safely. [X-Men (2nd series) #100] Kitty did not immediately contact the X-Men, but took some time off to reevaluate her life. She reached the decision that Xavier’s dream no longer worked for her, and wanted to try and find her own way of changing the world, starting by getting a college education at the University of Chicago. She had no problems to keep up with the courses, yet daily life was a challenge. Living alone for the first time in her life, Kitty had to deal with bills, rent, laundry, supermarkets and at the same time was still wondering if retiring from the X-Men was the right move. [X-Men Unlimited #36] An argument with a fellow students led to Kitty having to take counseling sessions and, talking with the doctor, she opened up a bit more. Kitty was experiencing some form of survivor’s guilt, with most of her closest friends and family having died in the line of fire. [Mekanix #3-4] To earn a living, Kitty worked at a bar part-time and, after closing up one night, was captured by William Stryker and Lady Deathstrike, though the X-Men later came to her rescue. [X-Treme X-Men #25-30] After trying to lay low, she was dragged back into the X-Men’s adventures again when they needed her help against Elias Bogan [X-Treme X-Men #42] During the debacle, she was reunited with her long-lost, best friend, Rachel Summers, who had been kidnapped by Bogan and turned into his pet telepath. [X-Treme X-Men #45] Afterwards, Kitty accompanied the X-Treme team when they returned to the Xavier Institute and, with the restructuring of the X-Teams, she was placed onto Cyclops’ team, despite her protests. [X-Men (2nd series) #157] Kitty later confronted her teammate and former nemesis, the White Queen, who revealed to her that it was actually she who wanted to requested Kitty to be the team, kind of forcing herself to have someone’s ideals to live up to. [Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #2] During a confrontation with a new enemy, Kitty stumbled across her first love and former teammate, Colossus, alive and held prisoner. In disbelief due to the fact she had scattered Colossus' ashes, Kitty learned that his body had been switched with someone else’s. After such uncertainty about her place amongst the X-Men, Kitty now believes that she was placed back on the team to find Colossus. [Astonishing X-Men (3rd series) #4-6] As Kitty and Colossus spend a lot of time with each other, it seems to have put a strain on Kitty's relationship with her also recently-returned best friend Rachel Summers, who seems incredibly jealous, so Kitty has now distanced herself from Rachel. [Uncanny X-Men #460]

Shaman Real Name: Dr. Michael Twoyoungmen
Status: inactive / retired, currently in space

When Department H restarted the Flight program after lying low for several months, Shaman was not available. Having uncovered some odd events at the Department, Sasquatch and Guardian later attempted to contact Shaman and found him meditating in Alaska. Together with several other original Alphans, they confronted Alpha Flight and Department H. [Alpha Flight (2nd series) #15, 18-20] In the aftermath of that meeting, the veterans rejoined the team and, while he continued active service with them for a time, Michael has recently taken up the training of Chuck Moss. [Wolverine (2nd series) #179] Codenamed Earthmover, Chuck has been trained in the use of Shaman‘s mystical pouch. While the reasons for his retirement are still unknown and whatever plans Shaman might have had were disrupted by him and most other original Alphans being captured by the alien Plodex. [mentioned in Alpha Flight (3rd series) #1] After being rescued by the All-New, All-Different Alpha Flight, Shaman and the original Alphans departed for space to return the Plodex eggs to their homeworld, setting aside his retirement yet again. [Alpha Flight (3rd series) #6]

Shard Real Name: unknown
Status: deceased

Following X-Factor’s disbanding [off panel after X-Factor #149] Shard decided to hunt down Fitzroy, but she was no match for him. Like her brother, Bishop, Shard was abducted to a future timeline ruled by the Chronomancer, a new alias of Fitzroy. [Bishop The Last X-Man #1] Shard was his captive and, slowly, Fitzroy seduced her with a tempting offer. Fitzroy found a way to restore Shard, a photon based lifeform, to flesh and blood. She gave in to him and in a trance-like state even betrayed Bishop; but soon she saw her mistake. Shard cut off her own arm by which she was chained to a wall to get to the final battle between the archenemies. Once there, she turned into energy for Bishop to absorb, and was used for a final blast against the Chronomancer. [Bishop The Last X-Man #12-14]

Shatterstar Real Name: Gaveedra-7 / Benjamin Russel
Status: solo adventurer

Following Operation Zero Tolerance, X-Force parted ways with the overprotective Cable. While most of the team went on a road trip through the US, Shatterstar decided to accompany his close friend Rictor. They returned to Mexico to deal with the criminal activities of Julio‘s family. [X-Force #70] During one of their missions, they even crossed paths with X-Force again [X-Force Annual ‘99] Since then, Rictor joined X-Corporation Europe, while Shatterstar sought solace at a temple in Tibet. This much later led him to be reunited with Cable and Domino, and for his mentor to die when the Helix attacked the temple. Shatterstar proceeded to aid Cable and other former X-Force members in battle against the Skornn. [X-Force (2nd series) #1-6]

Silver Real Name: Jimon Kwan Tang
Status: merged with Auric and Hedison into a new being and left Earth

After Alpha Flight returned from being stranded in an alternate dimension for several months, they found that the Canadian government had assembled a new Gamma Flight team with the Chinese siblings, Auric and Silver, among them. With Alpha Flight back in action, Gamma Flight was no longer needed, so the pair decided to return to China. [Alpha Flight (1st series) #90] However, they never arrived, as they were kidnapped by operatives of Target Technologies. The mastermind behind this corporate was the Sphinx and he had the two mutant examined, probed and dissected like several other test subjects before. The New Warriors and Spider-Man arrived too late to save the siblings, but they managed to defeat the Sphinx, who exploded after being bombarded with Speedball’s kinetic energy. [Amazing Spider-Man Annual #26, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12, Web of Spider-Man Annual #8, New Warriors Annual #2] During their funeral, Wildchild smelled that the bodies in the coffins were faked. Turned out that the Brass Bishop had stolen the remains of Auric and Silver, as they had been infused with some of the Sphinx’s energies. Alpha Flight investigated and, while they were busy fighting the Brass Bishop, Auric and Silver merged with a scientist named Hedison into a whole new lifeform and departed from Earth. [Alpha Flight (1st series) #121]

Siryn Real Name: Theresa Rourke Cassidy
Status: active member of X-Corporation Europe

Siryn left X-Force after her vocal chords, the source of her powers, were damaged in a fight with Feral. [X-Force #90-91] While living with her aunt in California, Theresa found a mysterious necklace and was somehow possessed. [X-Force #100] How she was freed of its influence remains a mystery, but the necklace was no longer there when Deadpool assassinated Wolverine as part of a deal with some villain group that used some of Logan’s healing factor to heal Theresa’s injured throat. [Wolverine (2nd series) #155]After attending Deadpool’s funeral, [Deadpool: Funeral For A Freak #1 / Deadpool (3rd series) #61] Siryn joined the Europe branch of the X-Corporation, where she clearly stated that she was with the group to atone for her father, Banshee‘s, mistakes he made with X-Corps. [New X-Men #128-130] Taking a break from X-Corp, Siryn has teamed up with her good friend, Cannonball, to search for the missing Cable. Their journey has led them to side with still-living Deadpool, and after travelling to several alternate realities, they managed to bring Cable back. [Cable/Deadpool #15-18] Note: Siryn is set to appear in the upcoming X-Factor series which debuts later this year.