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Quote1.png Now do you see? This is what it always comes down to! Mutants being hunted to extinction! The time to break that cycle is here and now! And we have clawed our way through time itself to do exactly that! Stand with us, X-Men! Join our Brotherhood and the future will be ours to write! This is the hour! We stand at the greatest crossroads in mutant history! Look at me. You all know me. I'm Henry McCoy. I'm an original X-Man. I've been here since the very beginning, and I'm telling you, people... we are bound for ruin. I've seen it with my own eyes. We are bound for death and destruction, unless we all-- huhhk Quote2.png
Future Beast (Henry McCoy)[src]

History

X-Man

Henry McCoy brought the original X-Men to his present, and never managed to send them back.[1]

He came along with Jean Grey and Kitty Pryde to propose to the idea of running for the Presidential Elections to Alison Blaire, he seemingly underwent once again a mutation, growing a horn.[2]

Crazy Beast

After Washington, D.C. was attacked by what appears to be Demons during Dazzler's victory speech, causing the death of several people including the X-Men Madrox, Storm, and Dazzler herself, Beast started to reject Xavier's dream, tired of starting again and again with no other result as the death of his people.[2]

Blaming himself for a series of events who happened to the X-Men allegedly because of him bringing the original X-Men to his time and being unable to send them back, he drove himself crazy until being "fixed" by Charles Xavier II, who was visiting.[2]

The Brotherhood

"Joining" their Brotherhood of Madripoor and serving under Xavier telepathic orders, he battled the X-Men and their Sentinels on many occurrences.[3][2] Tired of fighting, he wanted to quit but was forced back at his place by Xavier's powers.[2]

Raze decided to use Beast's knowledge to achieve their goals through time-travel.[2]

Return in the past: Battle of the Atom

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Powers and Abilities

Powers

Seemingly those of his mainstream counterpart: Henry McCoy (Earth-616)#Powers.

Weaknesses

Insanity: Blaming himself for a series of events who happened to the X-Men allegedly because of him bringing the original X-Men to his time and being unable to send them back, he drove himself crazy. He was allegedly fixed by Charles Xavier II, having now "a part of [his] mind".[2]

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Cane

Weapons

Machine-gun[3]

Transportation

Jet-pack[3]

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

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