Welcome to X-Men: Unhinged Evolution!

We are an alternate universe X-Men: Evolution roleplaying game that accepts canon/original characters and fun, creative writers. The time is set before season 1.

Mutants are not yet known to the public, but when superpowers are in the hands of hormonal teenagers who knows how long that will last. Professor Xavier is doing his best to delay the process by homing these young mutants and teaching them to control their powers. Magneto and Mystique are doing something similar.

So far, the only mutants living at the Xavier Institute are Ororo and Logan, whereas the Brotherhood of Bayville Boarding House is virtually unoccupied.
Who will be next? Who will be the X-Men? Who will be the Brotherhood?

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Current Year: 2017
Current Month: February
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 The Premise, Overarching plot
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The Premise
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“Oppression is no excuse for vengeance." "I have a dream... of a world where all Earth's children, both mutant and baseline human, might live together in peace.” "We think you're ready to join the X-Men." –Professor Xavier

“The survival of our peoples is diametrically opposed. That sounds like the makings of a war to me." "Whatever comes, I and mine will not go like lambs to the slaughter -- but like tigers!” "My brothers and sisters...we must prepare. We must prepare to take what evolution has promised us." –Magneto

One ultimate goal: Freedom. Two opposing journeys: Optimism vs. Survival.

Professor Charles Xavier believes no human or mutant was born superior to the other, and all should learn to exist in peace and equality. With the aid of a device known as Cerebro, Xavier travels the globe to offer his hand to burgeoning mutants and provide them sanctuary. There, they may learn to control their mutant abilities and learn the responsibility they have and the accountability they must take with these gifts. With the ultimate goal of societal integration and protection for the sake of world peace, together, these mutants call themselves The X-Men.

Magneto believes the onset of evolution has harbingered a new age, one of homosuperior: mutants. Given that history so often repeats itself, he believes mutants must prepare themselves for a coming war against human kind, who fear and hate them. He, too, spreads his message and offers his chance for freedom to mutants around the world, offering young mutants safe haven from the terror they will face on the street. There, they will be free to live as kings and queens, and learn to explore and accentuate their fantastic potential. Together, these mutants call themselves The Brotherhood.

These gathered mutant children, X-Men and Brotherhood alike, live as any should during the day, attending school and navigating through all the drama that comes along with it. This is especially the case for these teen mutants who are forced to hide their amazing but not-always-controllable mutant abilities from the public, under the strict instructions of their respective leaders until they are ready to face whatever reaction humans may have upon discovering their existence.

The question is, how long these teen mutants can keep it up? And how well will they cope with being different in a world where being different isn't the most desirable quality? The human race is bound to discover this evolutional jump eventually, what with more mutants manifesting every day, their numbers on a unidirectional rise, especially in the small city of Bayville.

Evolution cannot be stopped.

Let the angst begin.

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In short: X-Men: Unhinged Evolution is an alternate universe X-Men: Evolution roleplay, and we're starting from scratch. The Xavier Institute and Brotherhood Boarding House are both located in the small city of Bayville, New York. Both facilities provide basic and advanced training for burgeoning mutants learning to control their abilities. Neither facility provides education, and members of each affiliation are enrolled in the local public high school known as Bayville High School. Teenagers with mutant powers in a world that doesn't know mutants exist? What’s the worst that can happen?

*Note that the premise is heavily based on the TV series, X-Men: Evolution.
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TO KNOW:
  • Bayville is a small city off the southern-eastern coast of Queens, one of New York City's five boroughs. It's also currently one of the most mutant-populated areas in the world... a fact that not anyone but the mutants in Bayville realize. Its crime rate is pretty high, but never fear the X-Men are here. The Brotherhood, on the other hand, do not help reduce this crime rate.

  • Located in the heart of the city, Bayville High School is the only public high school in the town of Bayville. Members of the X-Men and Brotherhood attend this school right alongside humans. It's a pretty typical school with strict principals, meatheaded jocks, etc. Soccer, football and basketball are the three major sports at Bayville. Not the only sports, but the only ones recognized by students as big enough deal to show lots of team spirit. Go, Mountainhawks! Oh, that's another thing: their school mascot is a mountain hawk.

  • Located on the outskirts of the city, The Xavier Institute, also known affectionately as the X-Mansion, is where the X-Men reside when they are not attending normal school. It is quite literally their home, providing them food, shelter and training for the betterment of the entire world rather than just for the sake of their own kind. One of the most important aspects of living at the mansion is that all residents are required to participate in frequent training sessions, both private and group-based.

    For private training sessions, X-Men will pick one day of the week (though they can request more sessions) to use the power training room, also known (less affectionately) as the Danger Room, but always under the supervision of a staff member (i.e., Logan or Ororo). Group-based sessions to build teamwork skills occur more frequently, three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). Students get off on weekends. All training sessions are mandatory.

    Note: If it's a nice day out, some of these "power exercises" may happen outside.

  • A little more information about The Danger Room: It is basically like a Star Trek holodeck. The room is covered in emitters that produce hard photons. By planning the interference patterns the room can get the hard photons to collide and act like solid matter. Because of this the room can simulate almost any situation or object and is only limited by the computing and storage power of the computer, making for most interesting obstacles and enemies.

  • Also located on the outskirts of the city, The Brotherhood of Bayville Boarding House is where most of the Brotherhood resides. It's not a mansion, but it is a home to those who believe in mutant superiority. This faction doesn't do training sessions, caring less about power control and more about just being discrete.

  • Magneto has put Mystique in charge of his Brotherhood, essentially acting as the glorified "babysitter" (although she doesn't see it that way), also working hard to recruit more mutants to their side. Magneto cannot do this himself because he is busy doing other things to assist the mutant race in winning the "inevitable" war between humans and mutants. He stays in touch, though. Keep in mind that Magneto's primary rival is Professor Xavier, who is exceedingly more optimistic in thinking war can and should be avoided.

  • Mutants are completely unknown to the general public, if that wasn't obvious already (therefore, mutation manifestations in character histories should not result in many people knowing about it). Note that most mutations manifest around the time puberty STARTS or in the middle of it, not when it ends (so 9-16). Mutants younger than high school age will either be home-schooled or placed in the local elementary school. This is rare, however, as more mutants manifest around high school age.

    It is also rare, particularly in the Evo universe, for physical mutations to manifest at birth (note that the only reason Kurt, in the show, expressed a physical mutation early was because of Magneto's genetic experimentation). Therefore, characters that had physical mutations since birth in the comics would have to be adapted to manifest later in order to fit our game (with the exception of Kurt, of course).

    Physical mutants need not worry about fitting into the game thanks to the invention of image inducers. They are devices that go on the wrist, disguised as regular watches. Though they do tell time, their true purpose is to mask mutations by projecting a hologram around the wearer's body to make them appear as they once did before their mutation manifested. In order to obtain this device, however, mutants have to join the Xavier Institute, at least for a brief amount of time, as Professor Xavier is the only one (so far) who knows how to make them.
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TIMELINE OF EVENTS

Some time ago...
  • Professor Xavier meets Mystique.
  • Professor Xavier meets Magneto.
  • Destiny is found.
  • Wolverine is found.
  • Storm is found.
  • Professor Xavier decides to use his mansion as a home for mutants.
  • The Danger Room is built for training purposes.
  • Magneto, Mystique and Destiny have their own ideas about where mutants stand and leave.
  • Wolverine goes on leave from the Institute for personal reasons.
  • Mutant tracking device (Cerebro) prototype in the works.
January 2017
  • Professor Xavier decides to open his doors to more mutants, as does Magneto.
  • Aaliyah Edmonds is located by Cerebro. Joins the X-Men.
  • Noah Crichton is located by Cerebro. Joins the X-Men.
  • Germaine Caruso is found by Magneto and recruited to the Brotherhood.
  • Nolan Olson is found by Magneto and recruited to the Brotherhood.
  • Kitty Pryde is located by Cerebro. Mystique fails in recruiting her. Joins the X-Men.
  • Quentin Quire is located via one of Destiny's visions. Joins the Brotherhood.
  • Sean Cassidy is located by Cerebro. Joins the X-Men.
  • Laura Kinney finds the X-Mansion in her relentless search for her creator/Wolverine. Joins the X-Men.
  • Sally Blevins is located via one of Destiny's visions. Joins the Brotherhood.
  • Choryung Im is found by Nolan at the school library. Joins the Brotherhood.
  • Clarice Ferguson is located by Cerebro. Joins the X-Men.
  • Kyle Gibney is located by Cerebro and recruited to the X-Men by Wolverine, who agrees to return to the mansion in light of recent events.
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