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In perhaps one of the most fascinating twists, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants actually became a US-sanctioned superhero team known as Freedom Force. Freedom Force, still led by Mystique, typically found themselves in conflict with other superhero teams — from the Avengers to the X-Men, they took them all on! Their most high-profile achievement, though, was successfully arresting Magneto for his crimes.


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Freedom Force ended in chaos when a mission to Muir Isle led them into conflict with the Shadow King. Destiny was killed and Mystique's life would never be the same again. Mystique has had many lovers more on that later , but perhaps the most unlikely was Iceman.

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The two shared a one-night stand that was revealed to be a trick: Mystique's lipstick was traced with a toxin that inhibited Iceman's powers, helping her and some allies take down the X-Men. Weirdly enough, though, Mystique's emotions for Iceman proved to be a lot more conflicted than they seemed at first. Wolverine almost killed her and taunted that she would "die alone.

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The time-traveller Tempus ultimately changed the course of history when she averted the birth of powerful mutant Matthew Malloy, and somehow the ripples from this also averted the marriage of Mystique and Xavier. You'll have gathered by now that Mystique has had a lot of lovers in her century-plus-long life. As a result, she has four children that we know of:. Mystique also took on Rogue as a foster daughter.

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Strangely enough, Rogue seems to be the one she cares the most about — she once tried to seduce Gambit in order to prove how much he didn't deserve Rogue's love! Have pity for the actresses who play the part of Mystique.


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  • Back when Rebecca Romijn played the part, it literally took ten hours for makeup to get her ready. Apparently Jennifer Lawrence's makeup is applied by having her sit near-naked on a bicycle seat. Little wonder she's kind of fed up with certain aspects of the role, and looks likely to be out-of-makeup for most of X-Men: Apocalypse! So there you have it — ten of Mystique's secrets, and some of them are wild!

    The tragic history between Carol Danvers and Rogue

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    When she gave birth her concentration on her human form was lost and her natural blue body was revealed. Her child was a young boy with black hair, yellow eyes, blue skin and a pointed tail.

    The locals considered both the mother and the child to be demons and attempted to slay them. Mystique managed to escape but abandoned her second known son. Mystique would later become adoptive mother to the girl Anna Marie , who 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 foresaw that Rogue would be important to them and Mystique sought her out, gained her trust and took her in. She and Destiny would raise the girl over approximately a decade and Mystique would grow to be very protective of her. While Rogue was under her care, she maintained the false identity of Mallory Brickman, the wife of U. Senator Ralph Brickman. It is unknown whether a real Mallory Brickman ever existed and was replaced, but the guise had a daughter, Gloria, [31] either the child of Mystique herself or the real Mallory. Mystique had concealed her superhuman powers and criminal intentions so well over the years that, as Darkholme, she was able to rise rapidly through the United States Civil Service to the trusted position of Deputy Director of the DARPA in the United States Department of Defense , [22] giving her access to military secrets and advanced weaponry, both of which she used for her own criminal and subversive purposes.

    Mystique organized the third incarnation of the Brotherhood of Mutants , which originally consisted of herself, Avalanche , the Blob , Destiny, and Pyro. Mystique named her group after the original Brotherhood of Mutants, an organization founded by Magneto. The third incarnation of the Brotherhood first became known when it attempted to intimidate the public by assassinating Senator Robert Kelly , who was investigating what he perceived as the possible danger posed by the existence of any superhuman beings.

    The X-Men thwarted the assassination attempt. Anna Marie was trained by Mystique and eventually joined her Brotherhood team as Rogue. Her mutant power was the ability to absorb the psyche, memories, personality, strengths and any skills or powers of whoever she touched. Rogue proved to be a powerful member of the team. She went on many missions with the Brotherhood and with her help the team was almost able to defeat the Avengers. On a mission with the Avengers, Rogue fought Carol Danvers , better known as the super heroine named Ms.

    Marvel at that time prior to becoming Captain Marvel. Rogue tried stealing Carol's powers, but Carol fought too hard and Rogue ended up absorbing Carol's memories and powers, while Carol was left an empty shell. Professor Xavier later restored Carol's memories, but not the emotions that went with them. Rogue, meanwhile, felt like she was losing her mind, grappling with Danvers's psyche and at times not knowing which memories were really hers.

    Feeling like she was in danger of losing control of herself, Rogue ran away from home and sought help from the X-Men , hoping that Professor X would be able to treat her. While the other X-Men were very hesitant of accepting their former enemy at first, Xavier welcomed her and gave her a spot on the team. Worried that Rogue had left because Xavier had brainwashed her, Mystique went to rescue her leading an attack on the X-Men. Rogue stopped her, saying how she had left of her own free will. Mystique was doubtful and hurt, but Rogue ultimately convinced her by saying that Xavier was probably the only person who could help with her powers and give her a chance at a normal life, as she feared the absorbed personality of Carol Danvers would otherwise drive her insane.


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    Mystique grudgingly agreed and let Rogue stay with the X-Men. Though she would remain close to Rogue, coming to help her at times, Mystique came to resent Xavier. Anti-mutant sentiment among normal human beings had greatly increased, and the federal government launched its own covert anti-mutant program, Project Wideawake. Valerie Cooper special assistant to the head of the National Security Council, and offered the Brotherhood's services to the government. Cooper agreed to convey the offer to the President, on the condition that the Brotherhood pass a test she imposed; the capture of Magneto.

    The Brotherhood, now renamed Freedom Force, succeeded in bringing Magneto to the authorities only because he voluntarily surrendered to them , and soon afterwards officially entered the government's employ. In return for entering the government's employ as Freedom Force 's leader, Mystique received a presidential pardon for all criminal charges against her, but the pardon would be revoked if any member of Freedom Force was found committing a crime.

    During this stint, her team was sent to Muir Island and were confronted by the Reavers , who killed her teammate Stonewall. During the battle, she charged Forge with the duty of protecting Destiny. Forge managed to protect her until she convinced him that Mystique needed more help. After Forge left to help Mystique, Destiny was slain by a mind controlled Legion. After the battle with the Reavers Mystique discovered Destiny dead and swore vengeance on Forge for her death.

    During her time off she went on a cruise and scattered Destiny's ashes into the ocean. With Destiny dead, a tired and depressed Mystique was marked for death by the villainous Shadow King. Val broke free at the last minute and shot herself, allowing Raven to contact Nick Fury and arrange a desperate endgame to oust the Shadow King. Mystique allowed herself to be brainwashed into thinking she was Val, so that the Shadow King would not suspect that she was alive and rejoined the Shadow King's side. This mission proved to be another disaster; members were either killed, wounded or captured and Freedom Force officially disbanded.

    Mystique's mental condition worsened when she was marked for death by her former Freedom Force teammate, Spiral. Spiral stalked Raven across the globe, further adding to Raven's mental instability. She was saved by Wolverine, who took her to the X-Mansion in hope that Xavier could help the wayward mutant. In the end, Raven apparently had a complete breakdown though later stories implied she was faking it and was taken to Dallas by Forge. While with Forge, Mystique was horrified when she found out that her son Graydon Creed had formed a successful anti-mutant hate group.

    Shortly afterwards, Graydon hired Sabretooth to kill Mystique, but Mystique told Sabretooth about their son and he decided to go after Graydon instead. When a top ranking U. General who had ties to Graydon turned up dead, Forge realized that Mystique was to blame as she made her move to kill her son. This led to Rogue and Nightcrawler trying to stop Raven and led to Nightcrawler learning that Mystique indeed was his mother. Raven failed to kill Creed and was presumed dead after saving Nightcrawler from Creed's attempt to murder his newly discovered brother.

    Mystique resurfaced several months later, in a failed attempt to kill Legion for his murdering of Destiny. Mystique had an implant put in her skull by Forge in order for the government to be able to keep track of her. She was then forced to become a member of the government-sponsored team X-Factor after being arrested for trying to blow up a dam.

    In truth, Mystique was trying to save the dam, which the U. Government wanted to destroy so that they could blame it on mutants. She joined coincidentally to the departure of X-Factor member Wolfsbane. Her membership led to tension with her teammates when Sabretooth was added to the team months later as a sleeper agent, for the main purpose of killing Mystique before she could uncover the truth about the conspiracy she had discovered.

    She slowly developed a romantic relationship with team-leader Forge though he later thought that she was just using him.