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Official Name
Facility
Status
Status

Organization Identity

Universe

Base Of Operations
Unknown secret base; Secret base in the air space above Pennsylvania; Red Lab located just north of the Canada-North Dakota border

Organization
Organization Leader(s)
Formerly Adam Harkins



Enemies

Origin
Origin
The Facility was created as a branched-off organization of the Weapons Plus Project.


First appearance
Last appearance


History

After the Weapons Plus Project was shut down, the Facility was created as a branched-off organization with similar goals of creating genetically altered weapons and soldiers.

Under the direction of Adam Harkins this organization created Kimura; X-23 (a daughter to Wolverine after failing 22 times to clone him);[1] created several mutant-hunting Predator X monsters;[2][3] and numerous other genetically engineered weapons.[citation needed]

Later, Kimura assaulted X-23 and Mercury, not to capture Wolverine's daughter, but to create a new Predator X using Mercury's power of a liquid metallic body.[citation needed]

Adam Harkins utilized a red lab in Canada to use the stolen wings from Angel to create the Choir, an army of winged warriors, for Matthew Risman's Purifiers.[4]

Returning from the future, X-23 was kidnapped by soldiers of H.A.M.M.E.R. who were revealed to be Facility agents, with the exception of Alisande Morales. When Kimura was torturing X, Morales helped her to escape.[citation needed]

X-23 used Trigger 42 on herself to make her a savage killer, and slaughtered many agents of the Facility before being extracted by X-Force. In the ensuing chaos Kimura killed Harkins because he annoyed her, and blamed X-23.[citation needed]

Paraphernalia


Weapons: Kimura, Predators X, X-23

Notes

  • The actual location of the installation where X-23 herself was bred was never identified. The only noticeable landmarks place the base in a mountainous, alpine region, with a further clue that Sarah Kinney was able to get X-23 from the base to San Francisco within hours of the kidnapping of her niece, Megan, without being stopped until her return,[5] as well as again when a clone of Sarah was discovered there, thus strongly suggesting it is in fact in the Sierra Nevada.[6]

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