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Important Events: 
  • Arakko appears in modern day, which then combines with Krakoa. [X-Men (5th series) #2]
  • Deadpool becomes the King of Staten Island. [Deadpool (7th series) #1]
  • Professor X is assassinated by the extremist group Xeno. He is resurrected and Krakoan Black Ops unit X-Force is established in response. [X-Force (6th series) #1-3]
  • First appearance of Hordeculture, a group of four elderly women determined to use botany to depopulate the world. [X-Men (5th series) #3]
  • The New Mutants reform and travel to Shi'ar space to get Cannonball. He and Sunspot decide to stay on Chandilar. Sunspot starts to date Deathbird and establish new business oppurtunities in space. [New Mutants (4th series) #1-7]
  • Kwannon takes on the identity of Psylocke. She fights a new Artificial Intelligence enemy named Apoth who killed her long lost daughter. [Fallen Angels (2nd series) #1-6]
  • The Children of the Vault return. Wolverine (Laura), Synch, and Darwin are sent into the Vault for a scouting mission. [X-Men (5th series) #5]
  • Jaime Braddock is resurrected and established as the new King of Avalon after a conflict with Morgan Le Fay. [Excalibur (4th series) #6]
  • Mystique is promised that her lover Destiny will be resurrected if she completes a mission to infiltrate Orchis. [X-Men (5th series) #6]
  • Sebastian Shaw kills Kate Pryde in an attempt to gain another seat on the Quiet Council. [Marauders #6]
  • The Crucible ritual is established as a way for depowered mutants to prove they are worthy to reclaim their birthright. [X-Men (5th series) #7]
  • Broo becomes King of the Brood. [X-Men (5th series) #9]
  • Franklin Richards explores his mutant side on Krakoa. [X-Men/Fantastic Four (2nd series) #1-4]
  • Mr. Sinister establishes the Hellions. A personal strikeforce he uses for missions under the guise of reforming troublemaker mutants. Psylocke leads the team under the promise that Sinister will clone her dead daughter. [Hellions #1-4]
  • The X-men help the other heroes of Earth battle the Coati in the Empyre conflict. [Empyre: X-Men #1-4]
  • X-Factor is reformed as an agency dedicated to confirming the deaths of mutants prior to their resurrection. [X-Factor (4th series) #1]
  • Kate Pryde is finally resurrected, after many failed attempts, when Emma realizes that Kate needs to be telepathically coerced to phase out of her egg. The two women, plus Storm, then beat up Sebastian Shaw to the point that he is crippled. [Marauders #11-12]
  • Apocalypse (renamed -A-) trains Rictor to become a druid. Together they establish a Krakoan gate to Otherworld's Starlight Citadel. [Excalibur (4th series) #12]
  • The X of Swords contest begins in Otherworld, hosted by its new ruler Saturnyne. [X of Swords: Creation]
  • Rockslide is killed in Otherworld and is resurrected "wrong." [X-Factor (4th series) #4]
  • The chosen Swordbearers of Krakoa go on separate quests to retrieve their respective swords for the contest: Magik - Soulsword, Wolverine - Muramasa Blade, Storm - Skybreaker, Cypher - Warlock, Cable - The Light of Galidor, Brian Braddock - The Sword of Might, Betsy Braddock - The Starlight Sword, -A- - The Scarab, and Gorgon - Grasscutter and Godkiller. [X of Swords Crossover]
  • Cable uses the Light of Galidor to repower the SWORD station the Peak. [Cable (4th series) #5]
  • The Swordbearers of Arakko are gathered: Annihilation, Bei the Blood Moon, Death (First Horseman), Isca the Unbeaten, Pogg Ur-Pogg, Redroot the Forest, Solem, Summoner, War (First Horseman), and White Sword of the Ivory Spire. All swordbearers from both sides stay in Saturnyne's Starlight Citadel the night before the tournament and are given a tarot card representing their supposed fate. [X of Swords: Stasis]
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22 pages
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Last Updated: 
18th August 2021 by Dean Clayton

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