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Aimi Yoshida was smuggled out of Japan by her mutant parents before the entire family could be rounded up and incarcerated in the new mutant camps. Aimi arrived in San Francisco hidden on a tanker ship. She was too young and frightened to appreciate her parents’ motivations for sending her away, and instead felt only the bitterness and anger of abandonment.[1][2]

Powers

Psychic Resistance: Aimi has the ability to resist the psychic influence of Luis Reyes. This does not appear to be a total mental block as other psychics, such as Emma Frost, can still communicate with her telepathically.

Enhanced Strength: While not to the extent of other mutants with Super Strength, Aimi has been shown to be capable of breaking through damaged pavements and rooftops in order to access the spaces beneath without doing herself any noticeable harm.

Enhanced Acrobatics: As above, while not seemingly in the league of other mutants with this power, Aimi has shown a great jumping and climbing ability, capable of jumping more than twice her height and landing safely from far greater heights. She has also been shown shimmying along thin edges with impressive speed considering the situation.




Equipment

  • Suits: Suits provide the wearer with multiple power-up states when combined with their respective X-Gene Sets.
  • X-Gene: Collectible Items, they augment the user's existing powers in order to aide them in combat. There are Offensive, Defensive and Utility type X-Genes.

Aimi is voiced by Jamie Chung.

  • The game implies that Aimi is the daughter of Sunfire.
  • On the credits, amidst other Additional Voices, there is a voice cast for Sunfire. Seeing as Aimi's father and Pyro are the only fire mutants in the game, it is likely that she is, indeed, Sunfire's daughter.

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Footnotes

  1. According to released information
  2. X-Men: Destiny



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