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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.
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Current Year: 2017
Current Month: February
Current Weather: Cold air, Snows occasionally


Bayville gets slammed with a snow storm in early February and as such the high school is closed for a couple of days. Due to inclement weather, there will be no school February 6th and February 7th. Shovel out your vehicles then run back inside to warm up by the fire with some cocoa.

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Noah Crichton
 Posted: Apr 14 2017, 06:52 PM
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Saturday, February 4, 10:00 AM.
Tag: Jean Grey

Noah stuffed his face with large bag of baked potato chips. These ones were cheddar flavored and oh-so-delicious. They weren't, however, enough. He poured the last few chips into his mouth like a drink and munched away happily. But once the munching was over he wanted more. Ugh. All he could think about was his powers, how uncontrolled they were, how he would never be normal again. Luckily, more than a week had passed since his last outburst, mostly thanks to the Professor's advice: to stay calm. But he couldn't help but feel like a ticking bomb, ready to go off at any given moment. Okay, maybe he was exaggerating a little? It wasn't like he actually hurt anyone.

Noah sighed. Other than swimming, what better way was there to stay calm? Junk food was definitely the tastiest food, aside from his moms' cooking, which he sadly didn't have access to anymore. He guessed that was another reason he couldn't help but feel like this. Unsettled. He was away from home, and although he knew it was for the best it was stressful getting to know new people and trying to get them to like him. He missed his moms.

He opened another kitchen cabinet in search of more sustenance before the cupboard beside him suddenly opened as though by a ghost. Or a mutant. Probably a mutant. Still, it wasn't every day he saw a floating box of cheerios. Quirking a curious brow, Noah followed the floating cereal box to a redheaded girl who looked a little like his friend from school, Julie.

Noah hadn't gotten the chance to meet her one-on-one yet, nor could he remember her name (Jennifer, maybe?), but he had definitely heard of her, knowing her to be sort of an old friend of the Professor. He wasn't sure how or why, though.

Should I say hi? he thought, biting his lower lip nervously.

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Jean Grey
 Posted: Apr 15 2017, 02:10 AM
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    It was… weird, being so far from home.

    Not that Jean hadn’t traveled, before—she’d gone to soccer camp every summer for eight years straight, which was two and a half months spent three states over, in a cabin with twelve other girls and having the time of her life. But there was something so much more… final, about her placement at Xavier’s. It was a solution to a problem her parents simply couldn’t solve, and the fact that the problem was her was something Jean was struggling with more than she’d care to admit. It didn’t help that she could quite literally feel their relief when the time came to say goodbye, much as they tried to hide it.

    That had been nearly a week ago, though, and Jean had been doing her level best to make the most of the situation—even so, she was already beginning to feel homesick. It was amazing how small a detail like a particular brand of cereal could make such a difference, but Jean had taken advantage of being able to drive herself into town almost immediately when she realized the mansion didn’t have the cereal (off-brand Cheerios, to be honest, but it was still comforting) her mother normally bought. After that, she’d settled into something of a routine—wake up in the morning, go for a run, then shower and head down into the kitchen for breakfast. On Saturday she had done the same thing, pushed back a couple hours to allow for the fact that she didn’t have school and so didn’t have to be up quite that early.

    Jean didn’t even have to think about it anymore, really—it was as simple as breathing to just reach out with her mind, grab the box from the cupboard along with a bowl, a spoon from the drawer, and the milk from the refrigerator. And if someone else was around, that was ok. She didn’t have to shy away from using her powers in front of others, not here. Even at home, there was something almost like terror in her parents eyes, and especially her sister’s, any time they saw her move so much as a pencil without touching it. But here, everyone was a mutant.

    Even so, it evidently startled the boy who was in the kitchen with her at the time. Jean had gotten used to letting her own telepathic wall down at least somewhat around the mansion—there were fewer minds in the vicinity so that leaving it down presented less of a headache than constantly having it up—and so she felt the spike of nervousness in his thoughts.

    “You can, if you like,” she responded; his pointed thought had been loud enough he may as well have spoken it. “I don’t bite, I promise,” she added with a chuckle, glancing over at him as the various items she’d been telekinetically collecting settled onto the table in front of her. “I’m Jean, by the way.” She poured the cereal and milk into the bowl by hand, perhaps feeling a little self conscious, though she did her best not to show it.

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Noah Crichton
 Posted: Apr 19 2017, 02:35 AM
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Noah averted his gaze as soon as the pretty redhead turned in his direction. Then she said something that made him quirk his brow in confusion. Slowly, he closed the empty kitchen cabinet he had opened and turned to face her, a quizzical look plastered on his face. "I can what?" he asked, failing to make the connection between what he had thought and what she had said. It wasn't like she could read minds or something. Or could she...?

Shaking himself from his thoughts, Noah offered a friendly smile and a small wave. Good thing he didn't call her Jennifer. "I'm Noah. Nice to meet you, you know, officially." They had exchanged greetings once before when she first arrived at the mansion several days ago, but it was so brief that he couldn't recall any of the details, like where she was from or what her mutant power was. Well, he guessed now he knew the latter...

Crap, Noah thought, racking his brains for something – anything – to talk about. Hating awkward silences, he started to scratch the back of his head and chuckle nervously. "So you can move things with your mind. That's pretty cool..." And a lot more useful than his power. He could only push away water. And people, sometimes. "You can really freak people out with that, you know. Ever considered working at a haunted house?" Noah joked, trying to be funny. Likable.

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Kitty Pryde
 Posted: Apr 23 2017, 03:20 AM
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It was then that Kitty Pryde slurped right out of the wall, ghosting her way through the mansion, apparently.

Her typically unruly mane was pulled up into strategically messy (and probably really easy) pig-buns on top of her head. Unnecessary glasses clung to her brow. She wore a fitted white v-neck tee, which was a make-shift jersey with her derby number, "2nd" on the front, and her derby name, "Mean Darlene" on the back in red. She wore some tiny purple jogging shorts over a pair of black leggings that tucked right into those mismatching knee highs, one green, one candy striped mustard and white. The skates were black, with lightning-blue scuff guards on the toe, and highlighter yellow wheels and stopper pads.

She whizzed through the wall in one direct path, almost equal parts stiff and slouched as she glided in, relying solely on momentum.

"Hey Jane," she offered, her voice more sing-song than her apathetic face.

She swiped the box of cereal as she passed the two, just rolling with both feet remaining flat.

"Bye ner-" She was cut off as she passed through the next wall, probably never to be seen or heard from again.

Apparently some of those Fruit Pebbles had jumped in the box, and thus detached from the connection just as she went intangible, because a spoonful of flakes collided with the wall, ghosted out of the box as she slurped through the wall, and rained down to the floor in her wake.



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