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Although many high-profile superheroes assisted in the relief and rescue effort, there were a number of isolated revenge attacks, and support for registration rose. The prospect of registration divided the superhuman community down the middle, with Tony Stark, the superhero Iron Man who had previously tried to halt the act, becoming the pro-registration figurehead, and Captain America leading the anti-registration group. Iron Man, with Mr.
Although nominally a U. And at that point I will end the the potential for spoilers because many gamers will be happy to know the way the Civil War Event is presented anything is fair game. The same goes for any of the heroes in the Marvel canon. The supplement is divided into three Acts. Other folks who are just getting into the hobby, possibly even based on their interest in Marvel comics, may have to take a moment to understand things can jump around pretty regularly as far as how time plays out in game.
Civil War may come across quite a bit differently than many people expected as this is not a rigidly plotted supplement but a collection of adventure threads tied together within each Act.
In this new world, most of the heroes found themselves living their greatest dreams: Spider-Man was a media celebrity married to Gwen Stacy and Ms. Marvel was the worlds most famous super hero. Layla Miller realized what was wrong with this new reality and discovered she could unlock real-world memories by touching others. During a meeting of world leaders, a group of heroes awakened by Layla stormed the House of Magnus to subdue Magneto, thinking him responsible for breaking the world.
In the fracas, Layla revealed that Quicksilver was to blame for the worldchanging events. Horrified by what his son had done in his name, Magneto killed Pietro on the spot. Wandas already fragile mind broke completely.
Wanda used her powers to resurrect her brother. XM Rogue XM Sabra XM Sabretooth XM Shadowcat XM Shatterstar XM Siryn XM Strong Guy XM Surge XM Wolfsbane XM X Based on Civil War: Each Supplement works in tandem with the core Event Book to broaden the play experience and give you, the Watcher, and your players even more options and ideas. These superhumans have survived the event known as M-Day only to face the specter of oppression and bigotry manifesting once again within the US government.
The X-Men continue to do what they can in a world that hates and fears them. X-Factor Investigations operates out of the once-thriving neighborhood of Mutant Town, a shadow of its former self following M-Day. This Supplement builds primarily on the first and second Acts of the Civil War Event, offering a window into the mutant side of the conflict that runs parallel to the unfolding Civil War.
Even if your Civil War Event didnt turn out the same as the comic book storyline, this Event Supplement is packed with useful information and datafiles for you to incorporate into your game.
From new hero datafiles to a large assortment of Watcher charactersboth heroic and villainousand dozens of story seeds and background, this book can be a springboard for an entirely original Event of your own, dealing with the mutant perspective of one of Marvels most contentious crossovers! Each chapter serves as both an expansion of the Civil War Sourcebook chapter of the Civil War Event Book and as a supplement to the storyline presented in the three Acts of that book.
The base of operations for the X-Men, it continues to serve as a school but also as refuge for the , including many former villains. This chapter includes a series of Scenes dealing with this tense environment.
XXHeroic Datafiles includes thirty new characters ready to play, including full game statistics and Milestones. This list includes the members of the X-Men, X-Factor Investigations, and a number of other mutant survivors of M-Day ready to incorporate into your Civil War storyline. Magneto recovered his daughter and brought her to Genosha to have her shattered psyche rebuilt by the concerted efforts of Charles Xavier and Doctor Strange.
Unfortunately, the combined skills of Xavier and Strange werent enough to help her. The pair held a meeting with the Avengers and the X-Men to decide Wandas fate. He sped to Genosha to urge Magneto to save her life.
Magneto remained unsure of the best course of action. The Avengers and X-Men found themselves in a world where mutants were the dominant race, and Magnetos familythe House of Magnusled mutantkind from Genosha. Only two people remembered the world as it was: Wolverine now a S.
Agent , and a teenaged girl named Layla Miller. In this new world, most of the heroes found themselves living their greatest dreams: Spider-Man was a media celebrity married to Gwen Stacy and Ms. Marvel was the worlds most famous super hero. Layla Miller realized what was wrong with this new reality and discovered she could unlock real-world memories by touching others. During a meeting of world leaders, a group of heroes awakened by Layla stormed the House of Magnus to subdue Magneto, thinking him responsible for breaking the world.
In the fracas, Layla revealed that Quicksilver was to blame for the worldchanging events. Horrified by what his son had done in his name, Magneto killed Pietro on the spot. Wandas already fragile mind broke completely. Wanda used her powers to resurrect her brother. In her hysteria the Scarlet Witch said three words: No more mutants! And the world went white again. The shock of millions of mutants suddenly powerless caused widespread panic.
Eventually, most of the remaining mutants were quarantined in a refugee camp on the grounds of the Xavier Institute. Many went there simply to escape renewed mutant persecution. Some mutants tried to find other methods of replicating or repairing their powers such as using stolen technology, villain weaponry, or other more complicated methods. As the events that lead to the Civil War occurred, the mutants mostly shut themselves off from the outside world, dealing with their very survival and the constant threat of a hostile world.
M-DAY November 2nd. The world reverted back to how it had been before the first change with one significant difference: Magneto and Quicksilver were not among them.
Very few people knew about the House of M events; the general populace never knew why nearly every mutant seemingly lost their powers at the same moment. Initial estimates claimed that only mutants still retained their powers after M-Day. Even though the true number may actually be somewhat higher, this official statistic is now an identifying group.
The are, for better or worse, the public face of extinction. However, the next stage in humanitys evolution took one large step backwards on M-Day, the day when the majority of mutants lost their powers.
It seems justifiable then that most mutants choose to remain neutral in the Civil War, and those that dont tend to side with Pro-SHRA forces. No one knows what it is to be feared, hated, and shunned more than mutants, but the few survivors of M-Day cant afford the bad publicity and physical risk.
Fighting the rest of the world isnt an option a mutant takes lightly. Or is it? Playing a mutant hero during the conflict means you decide what risks you take. Though most other mutants stay out of the fray, that doesnt mean your hero has to. If your entire group decides to play mutants, expect interesting debates between characters as you decide what to do. Some heroes could choose to side actively with ProRegistration forces to improve the image of mutants or to police their own.
That principled stand that you take in the public might mean another mutant is targeted with a hate crime. A miscalculation means mutants could die, and there are too few left to risk that. You dont need to play it too grimfun is always the goal but you should take note that the stakes for mutants in the Civil War are even higher than for everyone else. No matter which side wins, humanity will survive this war. Things are not as certain for mutants.
Can I Join Yet? You try really hard to show your mentors that you have the stuff to be a contributing member of the team and hope someday to become a veteran. Genocidal Robots Your hatred of Sentinels transcends rational thought and maybe even parallel universes. Nothing brings you more joy than seeing one being turned into a useless pile of smoldering junk. Disciple of X Even if Professor X no longer is present, you strive to live by his standards of tolerance and understanding as key to mutant survival.
X-Veteran Never has being the paragon of mutanthood been so heavy a mantle to wear. You are tasked to make the hard decisions and choose difficult paths that will affect the future of your kind. Academy Professor Though decimated, there are still many young mutants that need your help to understand and control their powers. You stand on the shoulders of past teachers, trying to keep Charles Xaviers legacy alive.
An action youve taken has made you a public face, giving you a reputation either for heroism or villainy. Any mutant can spend 5 XP to gain a fourth reputation-based Distinction until the end of the next Act.
For 10 XP, this Distinction lasts for the entirety of the Event. For 5 XP any mutant can unlock a temporary surge of energy for survival. Until the end of the Scene the hero steps up any Stunt dice created with mutant powers.
This can be unlocked again once the Scene ends. Powerful mutant leaders know who the character is and consider the character crucial to mutant survival.
The Watcher and player determine which mutants take note of the hero. Once in an upcoming Scene, the player can choose to either unlock one of those characters for immediate use or the player can choose to have the mutant arrive to take out one enemy and then leave the battle.
Youve gained the trust of the Office of National Emergency, who agree to let you police your own. Once per Act, you can call in a d10 resource to assist you until the start of the next Transition Scene.
While the mansion remains unblemished, a Tent City now occupies the grounds. To make matters worse, the situation forces the Institute to take in all mutants, even those who would normally be disallowed, like villains. Sanctuary for all is a policy much better spoken and written than implemented. Many mutants showing up have been enemies of the X-Men at some point, while others are merely miscreants Looking For Trouble.
Deputy director Valerie Cooper truly wants to protect the remaining mutants but her superiors wouldnt mind an incident to force the implementation of harsher controls or punishments. Complicating matters further is how boring life in the tent city is for inhabitants. Mutants at Xavier Institute cannot leave voluntarily, so there seems to be little to do but find trouble.
The Institute is no longer so much a place for mutant education as it is a Social Powder Keg. You should emphasize tensions when introducing heroes to the school. In this environment, the wrong words or actions can cause a conflagration thats hard to contain.
If the heroes play X-Men or Institute staff, they can expect to get pulled into mental and emotional conflicts regularly. Such conflicts can easily bloom into full-fledged Scenes with repercussions that go beyond the walls of the camp. Cyclops deals with issues and problems from all angles.
The leader of the X-Men is no stranger to hard choices, but he clearly dislikes compromising common sense for the sake of principle. Allowing criminals and miscreants to wander the grounds represents the start of a long list of distasteful necessities Scott Summers has approved. Things arent easy between him and his girlfriend Emma Frost. Emma pushes her team of New X-Men far too hard for Scotts liking.
Hes not happy with her setting up free-for-all battles to see which students will be included in the team or her attempts to sneak de-powered students away from the campus. Emma has never been one to go easy on students, but her maniacal need to push them is showing as many failures as successes. Emma remains undeterred, knowing how much hate and how many enemies her students must be prepared to fight. Believing that mutants must police their own, he works most closely with Val Cooper and her agency, acting as a liaison with other mutants.
If necessary, hell consider being a soldier. The other X-Men are following Scotts lead, making the best out of a horrible situation. Beast, Archangel, Iceman, Shadowcat, and Colossus each search for answers and ways to contribute to the overall survival of mutants. You represent your race, and everyone looks to you for answers and direction. Both sides in the Civil War want your support. How has M-Day changed you? Enemies of mutants are only emboldened by the decimation of the race.
Religious fanatics like William Stryker and his Purifiers look to finish Gods work, and the students of the X-Men are the best place to start, as these mutants cant exploit or control their powers fully. Emmas New X-Men represent the best of the students, but even they arent fully prepared for what they must face. Theyve been raised in a world where mutants once thrived and existed in great numbers, and were trained at a school where everyone was like them.
Their training assumed they had time to learn how to become one of the X-Men. Emma pushes students to their limits and beyond because she knows theres no time. She forces her pupils to the battlefield or the sidelines, with no middle ground.
While Cyclops bristles at her approach, he must admit Emmas methods are no more dangerous than those of their opposition. The New X-Men arent necessarily the students with the highest potential, but those ready to fight right now. Mercury, Rockslide, Hellion, Elixir, Surge, and X grow up quickly in the face of events like the exploding bus see No Escape and Strykers assault on the school.
When Emma Frost attempts to transport some of the de-powered mutants out of the school with a bus, she doesnt know that its been rigged with bombs by Will Stryker and a misguided Icarus. The explosion kills 42 former students.
You can insert this situation into an Act as a major shakeup at any time or set it up as an Action or Transition Scene if you want to give the heroes a chance to prevent this tragedy. Being a student or one of the New X-Men means having the same burden, but with less power. Moreover, youre a constant target: You have limited protection in the Institute, but the entire world knows where to find you. Ancestral Boost. Step up or double any Psychic Exo-Armor power for one action.
If the action fails, shutdown Psychic Exo-Armor. Spend a doom die to recover that power. Spend a doom die to ignore physical stress or trauma unless caused by light-based attacks. Memory Surge. Use Armors current emotional stress die as her effect die, then step up her emotional stress. Conscious Activation. While stressed out, asleep, or unconscious, shutdown Psychic Exo-Armor. Recover that stress or wake up to recover Psychic Exo-Armor. If emotional trauma is received, shutdown Psychic Exo-Armor until trauma is recovered.
When affected by mutant-specific complication or tech, step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. Step back the highest die in an attack action pool to add a d6 and step up physical stress inflicted. Spend a doom die to recover Anoles physical stress or step back Anoles physical trauma. Shutdown any Reptilian power to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die.
Activate an opportunity to recover that power. Hisako is a young mutant from Japan, joining Xaviers School in an effort to learn how to better master her powers. She is capable of generating incredible fields of energy to form a protective shell around her body.
Her ability to keep calm under pressure has assisted the X-Men time and time again. Reptilian-looking Victor was quickly shipped off to Xavier Institute for his own safety when his mutation first manifested. There, he excelled and was chosen for Northstars Alpha Squadron. As one of the few students remaining after M-Day, Anole was hoping to be placed as a member of the new X-Men.
To his disappointment, Emma Frost didnt select him, and he continues to train at the school. One of his arms is much larger than the other after he lost it and his powers restored the limb. Area Attack. Against multiple targets, for each additional target add a d6 and keep an additional effect die.
Replace Mind Control die with 2d8 or 3d6 on your next roll. While stressed out, asleep, or unconscious, shutdown Emotional Control. Recover that stress or wake up to recover Emotional Control.
If mental trauma received, shutdown Emotional Control until trauma recovered. Double a Vibranium Might power for one action.
If the action fails, shutdown Vibranium Might. Unstoppable Force. Against a single target, double Godlike Strength die.
Remove the highest rolling die and use three dice for the total. Vibranium Tattoos.
Spend a doom die to ignore physical stress or trauma unless caused by mystical attacks. Deadly Power. Step up physical stress or trauma to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die.
He was one of the few members of the team to survive the brutal attack by Trevor Fitzroy. He then affiliated himself with the New Mutants and began a romance with Magma. His powers survived the Decimation, but he left the X-Mansion because his relationship with Magma was on the rocks. Nezhno is the son of a Russian father and a Wakandan mother. He was sent to the Xavier Institute in hopes of learning how to keep his powers in check.
After his powers first emerged, his body was covered in Vibranium metal in hopes of containing his mutation. When his immense strength and muscle growth occur, the Vibranium stretches and strains beneath his skin. Someday, the Vibranium will fail, and he will likely die.
When using Mind Control to create illusion-based assets, add a d6 and step up the effect die. Shutdown any Fairy Trappings power to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. Raised by her grandparents in Wales, Megan Gwynn was sent off to Xavier Institute after her powers manifested during a car accident. Megan worked under Wolfsbanes instruction until she left the school. She now serves under Magmas watchful eye.
When 42 students were killed during a terrorist attack, Megans friend DJ was among the victims. When a vast majority of mutants lost their powers on M-Day, David was one of them.
Formerly capable of taking knowledge of any subject from a nearby persons head, he lost this incredible ability. The knowledge he previously knew, however, remains within him, making him one of the greatest minds at the X-Mens disposal. Add a doom die to your next attack action. After your action, step up the doom die and return it to the doom pool. Step back the highest die in your attack action pool to add a d6 and step up physical stress inflicted. Fit of Rage.
Activate an opportunity or remove the complication to recover that power. When affected by mutant-specific complications or tech, earn 1 pp. Nicholas Gleason secret While most mutants powers develop at puberty, Nicholass powers appeared shortly after birth.
After his parents deaths, anti-mutant assassins attempted to hunt him down. He found refuge in Xavier Institute, as well as a new purpose. He was urged to join a werewolf pack by Maximus Lobo, their leader, but instead chose to remain with the X-Men, to learn to control his abilities. Furthermore, not every mutant wants to save the world.
Many mutants are given to criminality just like humans are. As these mutants discover how hostile the outside world is, they seek sanctuary at Xavier Institute. Once there, they find they cant voluntarily leave. To some, this community is beginning to feel like an internment camp.
Conditions arent bad, but the mixture of strained relationships, boredom, and distrust makes the tent city a tense place to be. Replace Transmutation die with 2d8 or 3d6 on your next roll. While stressed out, asleep, or unconscious, shutdown Mutant Alchemist. Recover that stress or wake up to recover Mutant Alchemist. If mental trauma is received, shutdown Mutant Alchemist until trauma recovered. An international troll consortium forced Alchemy to create massive amounts of gold to destabilize Earths economy and return the world to an age where trolls reigned supreme.
XFactor saved him and offered training, but he preferred to study science to increase the flexibility of his powers. When the trolls struck again, Alchemy aided in foiling them and demonstrated the ability to revert those turned to gold back to normal.
Power Punch. Include both Seismic Mutant and Superhuman Strength in the same attack action at no additional cost. Remove the highest rolling die and step up physical stress inflicted. Philippa Sontag was a U. Peacekeeper in Asia with a bodybuilding hobby. Her time in Asia enraged her and fueled her mutant powers. She joined Mr. Sinisters team of Mauraders responsible for the massacre of the Morlocks. Arclight died, but Mr. Sinister saved her DNA and brought back her clones again and again.
She was last active as a part of the Femizons, a mercenary team comprised entirely of women, but has reunited with some of the Mauraders after the Decimation. When inflicting an identity-based complication on a target, add a d6 and step up the effect die. Smoked Out. Shutdown Dream Smoke to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. Spend a doom die to recover Dream Smoke. Unknown Beautiful Dreamer was an original Morlock.
Her fellow Morlocks persuaded her to use her hallucinatory smoke powers to brainwash Power Pack into believing that the Morlocks were their parents. The X-Men interceded and stopped them. Dreamer survived the Mutant Massacre and spent a time with the original X-Factor before seemingly dying at the hands of Mikhail Rasputin. Collective Knowledge. Spend a doom die to gain a Specialty at Expert level for the remainder of the Scene.
Plenty More of Me. Spend a doom die to ignore physical stress or trauma unless caused by an area attack. Strength of One Billion. Step up or double Enhanced Strength for an action, then take the second-highest rolling die from that action as mental stress.
While stressed out, asleep, or unconscious, shutdown Collective Mutant. Recover that stress or wake up to recover Collective Mutant. If mental trauma received, shutdown Collective Mutant until trauma recovered. When Collective Mutant is shutdown, Collective Man reverts to the five brothers and their Affiliations are all single dice. Each d10 or greater stress inflicted removes a die from Solo Affiliation.
Collective Man is actually a set of five brothers that can combine themselves. They have been subject to numerous plots because of their powers unique collectivist nature. At times, they have demonstrated the ability to turn others into members of their collective and draw upon the strength and knowledge of all of Chinas people. They retained mutant powers after the Decimation, but have yet to make their intentions or aims known.
Superhuman Durability SFX: Spend a doom die to ignore physical stress or trauma unless caused by a laser. Replace Superhuman Durability die with 2d8 or 3d6 on your next roll. Diamond Lil has a mutant power that protects her body. She has been a member of many Canadian superteams.
She met, fell in love, and eventually married the fellow Canadian operative and mutant inventor Madison Jeffries. They were an odd couple: Jeffries mutant powers makes him eccentric and lack empathy, while Lil has trouble physically feeling anything. On a successful reaction against an energy- or kinetic-based attack action, convert opponents effect die into an Ambient Energy Mutation stunt or step up an Ambient Energy Mutation power until used in an action. If opponents action succeeds, spend a doom die to use this SFX.
Erg possesses the power to absorb energy around him and redirect it as a powerful attack through one of his eyes. He was a longtime member of the Morlocks and present for the Mutant Massacre.
He survived and spent time as a member of various New York City gangs, where he developed a record of petty crimes. Ergs powers survived the M-Day Decimation. Spend a doom die to ignore stress, trauma, or complications from fire- and heat-based attacks. Change any Organic Flame Composition power into a complication to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. When Fever Pitchs powers first manifested, they burned away all of his body, leaving him living flame held together by nothing but his bones.
His capture and subsequent mind control by a cell of mutants who wanted to strike fear in humanity led directly to X-Corps disbanding. Fever Pitchs powers survived the M-Day Decimation. While his father enjoyed a mutation that made him impervious to harm, John Arthur Zander was a mutant with no discernable powers but for his blue skin. He made a living in Mutant Town as a small-time criminal dealing in the secretions of another mutant to the community. He pursued a hopeless rap career.
His powers, meager as they may be, survived the Decimation. Never Alone. Johnny and his sentient maw count as two separate individuals, so when The Freak is active, Johnny always uses the Buddy Affiliation. Replace Mind Control die with 2d10 or 3d8 on your next roll. Genetic Requirements. Shutdown a The Freak power to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. Johnny Dee claims not to be a mutant, but that doesnt explain the hideous, sentient, tentacled maw in his chest.
When given a persons genetic material, it creates a tiny doll-like homunculus that may be used to manipulate, maim, or even kill the dolls genetic inspiration. The maw, which Johnny calls the Freak, seems to exist separately from Johnny to the point that they do not feel each others pains or know each others thoughts.
Power Void. When creating Power Loss complications on multiple targets, add a d8 for each additional target, keep an additional effect die for each target, and step up each effect die used for a Power Loss complication. Step up emotional stress caused by preying on Leechs childish nature to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. Leechs inhuman green appearance and unusual powers manifested in early childhood.
His parents abandoned him; the Morlocks raised him. When Mr. Sinisters Marauders initiated the Mutant Massacre of his people, Leech was one of the few to escape.
He lived alongside the original X-Factor for a time. His powers made him subject to numerous abduction attempts. Most recently Weapon X abused his unique powers, but at some point he escaped, his powers intact after the Decimation. On a successful reaction against a closecombat attack action, inflict physical stress with the effect die.
Spend a doom die to step it up. While stressed out, asleep, or unconscious, shutdown Prehensile Hair. Recover that stress or wake up to recover Prehensile Hair.
If Menta trauma received, shutdown Prehensile Hair until trauma recovered. Add a doom die to an attack action. After that action, step back the doom die and return it to the doom pool. She used her powers and looks to great effect for raucous crowds of rival gangs, bigots, and thugs. She survived a bombing at the club with minor injuries. Having kept her powers after M-Day, she was attacked by anti-mutant bigots, only to be saved and escorted by Toad to the safety of the Xavier Mansion.
Maximus Jensen secret Mammomax has the body of a human-elephant hybrid, granting him enhanced physical prowess. He was a member of the Exodus-led Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. The X-Men defeated the newest Brotherhood with little difficulty, but they escaped. A second attack on the Xavier Institute caused Mammomax to disappear into a black hole. The groups defeats prompted Mammomax to express disappointment in the power of his allies.
He retained his powers after Decimation. Add Transmutation to a dice pool when helping others recover stress. Spend a doom die to recover Mr. Ms or anothers physical stress or step back Mr. Ms own or anothers physical trauma. Power Augmentation. Spend a die from the doom pool to step up or double another characters power trait until the end of the Scene. Terrible Power. When using Transmutation to create complications against multiple targets, replace Mr. Ms Affiliation die with the doom pool and keep an additional effect die for each target.
Wonderful Things. When using Transmutation to create assets for multiple targets, add a d6 for each additional target, keep an additional effect die for each target, and step up each effect die used for an asset.
Growing Dread. If a pool includes a Molecular Manipulation power, both 1s and 2s on those dice count as opportunities, but only 1s are excluded from being used for totals or effect dice. Born in Belgium, Mr.
M moved to Mutant Town where he used his Omega-level mutant powers sparingly to eke out a living. He had few friends and did not seek out human or mutant contact. His abilities allow him almost godlike control over ambient energy and matter. After being tangled up in the machinations of Mutant Town, Mr. M considered destroying the entire area. No one doubted he had the power to do so.
His powers survived M-Day. M is exceptionally powerful, and relies heavily on the doom pool for many of his more extravagant uses of power.
However, he should be played as a pacifist for the most part, only exercising his full strength when driven to it by aggressive heroes or authorities. Step back the highest die in an attack action pool including GUNS to add a d6 and step up physical stress inflicted. Shutdown a Cowgirl Arsenal power to step up the lowest die in the doom pool or add a d6 doom die. Outlaw grew up being teased for her mutant powers. Despite her powers, she often prefers to rely on her guns in a fight.
She entered the mercenary world as a bodyguard and became acquainted with Deadpool. She believed him dead and worked alongside Agent X, whom she suspected was Deadpool, but was convinced otherwise.