An explosion which caused the disappearance of Jean Grey left Charles Xavier in a comatose state.[1]

He woke up twenty-year later in a future where Sentinels and the Mutant Response Division ruled the country. He managed to contact the X-Men of the past in order to show them what is happening to him. And that because the X-Men stood divided, the Sentinels and MRD were able to hunt down any and all mutants to the point of turning the U.S. into a devastated country.[1]

After he broke contact, Xavier was revealed to be in the remainder of the Xavier Institute under attack. He stood up with the aid of mechanical devices and ran out of the remainder of the mansion. As he ran through the grounds, he passed tombstones of Beast, Wolverine, Rogue, Shadowcat, Colossus, Forge and Iceman.[1]

Later, he contacted Wolverine on the Astral Plane about the crisis in Africa. In the future, the continent was a lifeless barren wasteland and he stated it was Storm in Wolverine's time who had destroyed it.[2]

Afterwards, he was captured and met Bishop in the internment camp, from whom he learned of a Resistance and the possibility that Wolverine might actually still be alive. By working together and alongside other imprisoned mutants, they were able to escape and began fighting as X-Men.[3]

He also remained in contact with the past during their every attempt to avoid his current reality from coming to be. In the end, he took part in a final battle against Master Mold, where he seemingly perished alongside the newly returned Wolverine, Bishop and some others.[4]


Seemingly those of Charles Xavier (Earth-616)#Powers.


Seemingly those of Charles Xavier (Earth-616)#Abilities.


Xavier can walk, using mechanized braces.


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