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Quote1 Life. Death. Taking it, giving it. I give life. I take it. With everything my powers can do... Really Miss Pryde... What can't I do? Quote2



Josh Foley joined the Reavers, an anti-mutant group led by Donald Pierce, at the behest of his then best friend, Duncan. When Cerebra detected a mutant in the area, Dani Moonstar and Karma were sent to investigate. Meanwhile, the Reavers engaged a group of students from Xavier's in a fight, and Josh discovered he was a healer by healing one of his fellow Reavers. By knocking him out, he was able to hide this for a short time until he felt compelled to heal the mortally-injured Laurie Collins. Laurie developed a crush on him as a result. When the Reavers discovered Josh was a mutant with healing powers, they rejected him and retreated. Angrily rejecting Moonstar's offer to go to the X-Mansion, he went home, to find his fellow Reavers waiting for him, where they delivered a severe beating. When his parents discovered he was a mutant, they disowned him.[5]

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Mr. & Mrs. Foley signing over Josh's guardianship

Xavier Institute[]

With nowhere else to go, Josh reluctantly went to the Xavier Institute. He was paired with David Alleyne as a roommate; a situation that neither of them initially found appealing. Josh sent a letter home which only caused his parents to make their disowning of him formal, handing his legal guardianship to the school (or more specifically to Moonstar).[6] Initially, Josh became friends with Julian Keller, Santo Vaccarro, Cessily Kincaid, and Victor Borkowski; however, after discovering Josh's history with the Reavers, they rejected him too, and the New Mutants intervened to save him.[7]

Shortly after this, a depowered Rahne Sinclair visited the X-Mansion. Having only heard about her timid early days, Josh was instantly smitten by the new "wild child" Rahne much to Laurie's dismay, just as she was plucking up the courage to ask him out.[8] After Rahne was rejected for a teaching post due to immaturity, Josh sneaked out of the X-Mansion at night to a bar where she was playing pool. Over the course of a conversation, he rationalized that her new attitude was a way of letting out instincts she had previously been able to blame on "the wolf." Eventually, as they were returning to the mansion, she realized that she did want "the wolf" back, contrary to her previous declarations. As they kissed, he healed away the effects of the weapon that had depowered her, but she lost control as this happened, slashing him open and howling to the moon. Laurie, looking for Josh, came across this scene and (for the first time) managed to control her power to scare Rahne away. But she couldn't return the favor from before to heal the mortally-wounded Josh.[9]

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Elixir as part of the New Mutants Squad

As he was rushed to the mansion's infirmary, they put him on an analgesic I.V. drip. Without the presence of Angel, the X-Men's other healer, there was little hope. Prodigy, however, realized that he could heal himself if only he was awake, and Surge could wake him up with a small jolt. Reluctantly, Beast went along with this, disconnecting his drip. Surge woke him up, and Laurie kept him calm long enough to for him to heal his wounds. There was one side-effect though which shocked Elixir: golden skin. This was possibly due to Elixir activating a Secondary Mutation in himself. Dani theorized that Elixir had turned his skin because he wanted to be the "golden boy".[10]

New Mutants Squad[]

Following the mansion's destruction and reconstruction, Cyclops and Emma Frost decided to organize the older students into six-member training squads. Josh was put on Dani's New Mutants Squad and was given the codename Elixir.[11]

When Wind Dancer failed on her first Field Day as leader, Laurie found her crying in their room after some harsh criticism from Josh. Laurie offered to speak to Josh. Trying to pluck up the courage to talk to him, she came across him just after he'd been turned down by Rahne again, who felt a relationship with him was inappropriate now that she was on the faculty. After Laurie mentioned the "Sofia thing", he suggested they get some dinner in town together. This date made both Rahne and Kevin Ford (who still had a crush on Laurie) very unhappy. Going to a video arcade, she confessed to Josh about what her father was like, how she didn't want to be like him, and that that was why she "avoided everybody."[12]

Halfway through their date they were interrupted by Rahne, who brought them back to the Institute because Agent Pierce and the FBI had caught up with Kevin in relation to his accidental killing of his father.[12]

Soon Icarus found the New Mutants Squad and told them the Hellions and Wind Dancer had gone to break Kevin out. The New Mutants and Icarus fought with the Hellions to try to stop them from taking on the FBI until the X-Men, alerted by Rahne, turned up and took them all back to the Institute. The charges against Kevin were dismissed, and Kevin swapped squads with Icarus.[13]

Elixir became renowned as the in-house healer. He was able to heal Wing's injuries from a fall orchestrated by Ord. However, Josh was unable to undo the effects of the "Hope Cure" at that time.[14]

Josh continued to pursue Rahne despite casually dating Laurie. Eventually Rahne decided to break things off with Josh permanently, but unbeknownst to either of them, Kevin overheard their entire conversation. Eventually, Kevin used the information to break Josh and Laurie up. Laurie was left embittered by the experience, going so far as to use her pheromones to manipulate Prodigy into kissing her at the dance in a successful attempt to make Josh jealous. This event might have gone unnoticed, but for Sofia realizing what was happening, and the event added to the fast disintegration of the squad.[15]

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Elixir and Wallflower

One day, the Blob attacked the school. He busted open the front gate, which landed on Laurie's mother Gail, who was visiting her daughter. Gail was hurt and Laurie, in her terror, asked Josh to heal her mother as she attempted to make the Blob sleep.[16]

Thereafter, Wind Dancer pushed all the New Mutants into a camp out for one night on the Xavier Institute grounds. The initial attempt came to disaster: a fist-fight between Josh and David led Laurie to confess to Josh what had happened at the dance. Later that night, the New Mutants overheard Elixir pouring his heart out to Icarus, which led Laurie to forgive Josh, Josh to apologize to David for his behavior at the dance, and David to apologize for rejecting him.[17]

As the new school year began, the Danger Room became sentient and killed off the senior members of the X-Men in "her" attempt to find and destroy her "father," Charles Xavier. The senior members were not dead for long, however, as Josh was able to bring them all back from the brink of death. He was visibly exhausted by his efforts.[18]


On M-Day the vast majority of the world's mutant population was depowered. Elixir was one of only twenty-seven students to retain their powers. Emma Frost, fearing their safety, ordered that the depowered students and staff leave the Institute. Josh's guardian Moonstar, now depowered, was among those forced to leave. For their safety, the depowered students were brought through the Morlock tunnels to an awaiting bus. Unfortunately, the bus of depowered students was bombed by anti-mutant zealot Reverend William Stryker, killing forty-two of the former students on board.[19]

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Josh trying to save DJ

The remaining students were placed by Emma Frost into an all-out brawl, and the ones deemed the best by Emma would become a group of New X-Men in-training. Josh made the team, and began training to become an X-Man.[20]

Meanwhile, Stryker consulted his "vision," and decided the "Omega threat" will be next, while holding a picture of Josh and Laurie.[19]

During one of their first training sessions, the New X-Men sparred with Colossus. Caught up in his emotions over the students killed as a result of Stryker's bus attack, Josh hit the powered-down Colossus over the head with a metal beam. Furious with his action, Emma kicked him off the team temporarily.

Laurie and Josh promptly had an argument about Josh's place on the New X-Men. Laurie explained that Emma was all wrong, that the team was merely about "violence and fighting," whereas Elixir could do a "beautiful thing." However, Josh told Laurie when he tried to heal DJ, "I could feel him dying...his life bleeding out of him," and that "when he died, he took a piece of me with him, a piece of me died, too." At that moment, Laurie was killed by a gunshot, fired by Matthew Risman, an agent of Stryker.[21]

Laurie's body and a distraught Josh were found by several of the X-Men and students. When Wolverine tried to restrain Josh from Laurie's body, his mutant power manifested and caused painful boils or blisters to appear on Wolverine's hands and wrists.[22]

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Elixir's new black skin after the death of Stryker

When Stryker began his attack on the institute Josh sat unresponsive in the infirmary. However, Josh came to his senses, and enraged over the death of Laurie and the other students, killed Stryker by using his powers to cause massive swellings and organ failure. This action had the unforeseen result of turning his golden skin black, and Josh fell into a catatonic state.[23]

When X-23 was mortally wounded and unable to heal during the final battle with Nimrod, Hellion rushed her back to the Institute. Julian gave a motivational speech, and got Josh to move beyond the past. He successfully healed Laura, his skin returning to its gold color, although some black parts remained.[24]

Since waking from Laurie's death, Elixir took a more peaceful approach to life. He began to wear only white clothing, and, when not studying, was often lost in thought and introspection.[25] Following those events, Elixir was orange-flagged by the O*N*E.[26]

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Elixir brooding in the dark

Quest for Magik[]

Shortly before the other students were teleported to Limbo, the Stepford Cuckoos helped Elixir learn advanced human anatomy, physiology, and biology by telepathically copying information from Beast's mind into his own. This allowed him to use his power with exponentially greater precision, allowing him to regrow Prodigy's heart from nothing after it was torn out by Belasco. This proved a severe strain to Elixir however and he fell unconscious for a few moments. Later he regained consciousness and was able to use his "black abilities" to attack Belasco; however the demonic master of Limbo proved more resilient than humans and quickly recovered from the attack before being killed by Magik.

When Mercury asked Elixir about his age, he sat alone in the dark and told her instead about feeling his cells aging and dying, freaking her out. When Surge interviewed him about what happened to David in Limbo, he told her nothing happened. Still later when Kitty Pryde tried to have a student/teacher conference, he still sat alone in the dark. When she asked him what he was doing, he told her he was thinking about life and death and how he could give it and take it. “With everything my powers can do...Really Miss Pryde...What can’t I do?” This scared Kitty greatly, who suggested to the other teachers that, without proper guidance, they may be raising the next Magneto in Josh.

Later, Loa sought out Elixir. She went to his room and flat out asked him if he wanted to make out. Elixir replied with "um, sure?".[27] Elixir and Loa then began dating.[28]

After the first mutant birth since M-Day, some of the New X-Men decided to launch a preemptive strike against the Purifiers. Elixir sat out the fight for fear that he may lose control and massacre the Purifiers in retaliation for Laurie's murder. He did however offer his help as a healer if the students needed him. When the Sentinels attacked the mansion, Elixir and some of the students left behind were knocked unconscious.


After recovering from the Sentinel attack, Elixir was brought to Angel's Aerie to cure Wolfsbane after she was given a deliberate heroin overdose by the Purifiers. Upon healing Rahne, she attacked Josh before moving on to her real target, Angel, tearing out his wings and delivering them to Reverend Craig. Elixir healed Angel's wounds, but his attempts to regrow his wings were thwarted by the discovery that Warren's wings were never really organic and that he still carried the Apocalypse techno-organic strain.[29]

Due to Elixir being a "problem" to X-Force, X-23 contacted the Stepford Cuckoos to help Rahne and erase Elixir's memories of the team, by Josh's request. However, before his memories could be erased, X-Force was interrupted and sent on a mission. Elixir joined X-Force and received a dark-colored uniform.[28] He helped his new team capture Vanisher and reluctantly gave him an inoperable brain tumor.[30] While X-Force tried to retrieve a vial of the Legacy Virus, Elixir abstained from the battle with the Marauders' clones. He instead hid with Vanisher, and told him that he should join the fight and help his teammates. Elixir later kept X-23 from killing herself after she became infected with the Legacy Virus and helped her get rid of it.[31]

Elixir, along with the rest of X-Force, was transported to the future by Cyclops in order to bring Cable and the Messiah child back to the present. Once they arrived there Elixir became hysterical over being unable to save his friends from the Leper Queen.[32]

During their stay in the future, Elixir confronted Stryfe and along with the help of Wolverine and Warpath, managed to infect him with cancer. However, Stryfe telepathically forced Elixir to heal him, undoing most of the damage. After the battle with Stryfe, he and the rest of X-Force were pulled back to the present. He, Wolverine, and Archangel hurried to the U.N. in order to save Surge and Hellion. Elixir cured both of his friends, but as a result of healing them combined with the exertion of time travel, Elixir fell into a comatose state.[33]

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Elixir turns black while killing Wither


Elixir was transferred to Utopia Sick Bay under the care of Dr. Nemesis. There he was revived by the Norse goddess of death Hela upon Hrimhari's request, so that he could save Wolfsbane and their unborn child. Elixir was able to save her by transferring some of her baby's power to strengthen Wolfsbane's body (to undefined limits) to endure the Asgardian embryo growing inside her.[34][35]

After being reunited with his team, X-Force headed to Genosha to take out Selene and her Inner Circle.[36] On Genosha, Elixir faced off against Wither in a fight to the death. Wither exclaimed he would kill Josh for failing to protect Laurie, that only Kevin himself could have saved her, and he was the only one to love her. Elixir shifted to his black form, told Kevin he always loved Laurie, and then reversed Wither's effects, turning Kevin to dust.

Elixir quit the X-Force team, citing difficulty in shifting out of his black form.[37] He opted to stay on Genosha, healing and burying the corpses left by Selene and her Inner Circle, but discovered he couldn't heal anymore.[38][39]

Death of Wolverine[]

In the aftermath of the death of Wolverine, Elixir was captured by the same individuals that had captured X-23, Sabretooth, Daken, Lady Deathstrike, and Mystique. As he was still stuck in his black form, he was unable to rouse Mystique after Sharp knocked her unconscious with the trigger words, however this proved to be unnecessary as Mystique had already recovered and was just feigning unconsciousness. When Siphon attacked the group shortly after, Elixir tried to use his killing powers to stop him, however these had no effect and Josh was quickly overwhelmed. Laura insisted that they needed to help, but Creed refused and demanded Sharp release them. Sharp, his team, and the captives then scattered to escape.[40]


Some time later, Elixir formed part of the Utopians, a group of mutants inhabiting the ruins of the island.[41]

The X-Men were reached out by S.H.I.E.L.D. to investigate the island after a recon team went missing. The X-Men teleported to the island, and initially engaged the Utopians. After talking it out and discovering the Utopians wanted nothing but to be safe and undisturbed, the X-Men offered them a place at the New Charles Xavier School, which they gladly accepted.[42]

Death and Resurrection[]

Several months later, Joshua was welcomed to a church, where he worked as a helper in order to figure out who he was. When the Dark Riders began a crusade against mutant healers, Magneto's X-Men pinpointed him as a high-risk potential target and tried to convince him to leave with them. Before they could finish talking to him, the church was attacked by the Dark Riders. Several of Joshua's friends were killed in the front yard, prompting him to go outside the building and resurrect them in panic. While he was bringing them back to life, Elixir was sniped down.[3]

Because of the nature of Josh's powers, however, he did not remain dead for long, regenerating in his grave before making his way back to Genosha. Emotionally and mentally unstable as a result of his experiences, he tested his expanding powers by torturing the Dark Riders, resurrecting them and killing them over and over again. Magneto and his team discovered his survival and tracked him down, eventually taking him to one of the medical centers where mutants were being treated for M-Pox. Josh was able to completely heal the mutants there, but the rush of destroying the disease ravaging him led him to nearly drain the life from the human medical personnel, and then the X-Men when they tried to stop him. Fortunately they were able to reach and stop him. Josh was taken to Xorn's retreat, in hopes the mutant could help Josh come to terms with the tragedies, and gain control of his powers.[4]

When a cabal comprised of Havok, Emma Frost, Miss Sinister, and Bastion spread the power-bestowing virus Mothervine on a global scale to create a sudden growth in mutants across the world, Magneto enlisted Elixir's help to patrol every Mothervine impact zone and reverse its effects. Joshua was subsequently taken to the cabal's base, where he neutralized all samples of the Mothervine serum.[43] Not long afterwards, Magneto decided to return to his previous ruthless methodology to ensure mutant's survival. As part of this approach, he established a new Brotherhood of Mutants, and Elixir was one of its members.[44]

Hellfire Club[]

Sometime later, Elixir became a member of Emma Frost's new Hellfire Club. While Joshua waited outside a clothing store with Vanisher they were surrounded by General Callahan and soldiers of the Office of National Emergency. Emma came out of the store with Marrow while Callahan held Josh and Vanisher at gunpoint. He had a conversation with Frost about not holding up her end of their deal. This led to Vanisher getting shot by a bullet filled with a cure serum created by the Beast. Vanisher's body turned into a goo substance while Elixir tried everything he could with his healing abilities but they were not strong enough to save him.

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Elixir with the other Hellfire Club members

Elixir brought a note and some flowers from Callahan to Emma thanking her for locating Cassandra Nova for them. Josh asked her why was she helping the General hunt their own kind, but Emma replied that she didn't enjoy it and when the time came Callahan would get what was coming to him. All of a sudden Emma told Elixir to grab Marrow as they were about to depart. Josh stood outside of a diner while Emma talked to a revived Cyclops who didn't know Emma was there because she cloaked herself from him.

Elixir was next seen in the Hellfire Club's parking garage when Mystique, disguised as Captain America brought a captured Mister Sinister there. While there was some small talk among the group, Elixir looked over to notice Wolverine and Kwannon appeared to break up the party.[45]

House of X[]

Following the foundation of a sovereign nation state in Krakoa by the hand of Charles Xavier and his allies, Elixir became a member of The Five, a group of mutants capable of combining their powers into a process of resurrection. The Five together were able to create new cloned bodies for the deceased mutants, restoring their bodies, their powers, and their memories as they were at the time of their deaths. The Five were considered as something sacred to be treasured.

Xavier tasked The Five with resurrecting Marvel Girl, Cyclops, Husk, Archangel, Penance, Mystique, Wolverine, and Nightcrawler, who died stopping the creation of Nimrod.[46] The Five had previously resurrected other long deceased mutants, such as Banshee, and Sophie and Esme Cuckoo.[47]


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Elixir is an Omega Level mutant[10][48][4][47] and an Omega Level Healer,[17] with Omega-class healing ability.[49] He was stated to be a General Threat by the O*N*E, at the time of the M-Day,[48] but was orange-flagged and allegedly reclassified by the O*N*E after he used his powers offensively.[26]

  • Biokinesis: Elixir is capable of controlling the biological structure of his own and other people's bodies down to the genetic level.[10] He can produce biomolecular energy at will to affect organic matter he touches. This allows him to heal physical damage done to his body or the bodies of others, reactivate suppressed mutant abilities, repair cerebral functions, and alter the composition of his own molecules in certain ways. Because of his control over his own biology, Elixir has proven to be very difficult to treat medically. He usually passes out after pushing his powers too far and remains in a coma for some time. Dr. Nemesis guessed that during these times, his DNA reboots itself.[50] Elixir was scared, that he only “scratched the surface” of what he can do,[3] and it turned out to be true, as his abilities gradually evolved from healing simple scratches to simultaneously healing dozens of people, resurrecting himself and others, manipulating life-force, etc.[4] At first he needed to touch his targets to heal/kill them, but later learned to use powers on several targets at the same time, without touching them.[3][4]
    • Healing: At first he was capable of basic healing, having successfully healed broken bones, severe burns and even a mortal stab through the chest. After gaining Beast’s knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and biology, Elixir has demonstrated increased mastery of his powers: regrowing Prodigy’s heart,[51] sedating an enraged Wolfsbane[28] and cleaning her body of drugs,[2] curing X-23 of the Legacy Virus,[31] etc. Before his death he wasn't able to heal the M-Pox, but after rebirth he simultaneously cured several mutants.[4] Josh also stated that he can burn away Emplate from Monet's body and cure Sabretooth from the inversion effect.[4]
      • Regeneration: After rebirth Josh learned to heal himself almost as soon as he wounded.[4]
      • Resurrection: Elixir can bring people back from the dead.[3] This ability has expanded radically since his rebirth, to the point that Josh was able to affect 16 million deceased mutants on Genosha at once, and although it quickly drained him out of energy and he passed out, Monet and Magneto speculated, that Elixir was fully capable of resurrecting them all.[4]
    • Life-Force Manipulation: At first Josh only possessed the ability to sense and detect life-forces, such as when he was able to feel Mark Sheppard dying, sensing his life bleeding out of him.[21] Later on he learned how to transfer life-force from one person to another, as he did with Wolfsbane and her unborn child.[35] After rebirth Josh demonstrated the ability to control, manipulate and absorb the life-forces of other living creatures.[4]
    • DNA Perception: Josh is able to detect abnormalities in living beings: he detected techo-organic cells in Angel's body,[2] detected Emplate in Monet's body,[4] and even sensed the effect of magical inversion on Sabretooth.[4] When Josh started to cure the M-Pox he felt that the disease was afraid of him.[4]
    • Disease Inducement: He can use his powers to harm others, to cause different types of illness, massive swellings and organ failure. He managed to kill Stryker just by touching him for a few seconds,[23] deadly harm the powerful demon Belasco,[52] and almost instantly annihilate Wither’s body.[37] His control over his abilities is now so refined that he was able to not only give Vanisher a brain tumor while healing his injuries, but even shaped it into the X-Men logo.[53] As with his healing abilities, Josh's ability to inflict harm has also expanded after rebirth and he is now able to deadly harm even people with rapid regeneration and invulnerability, the only reason they didn't die is because he stopped in time and reversed the process.[4]
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Josh's Secondary Mutation

  • Dichromatimorphic Skin: After Elixir used his mutant powers to heal himself, his skin turned a golden color. This is possibly due to Elixir activating a Secondary Mutation in himself.[10] Elixir's skin normally remains golden, but if he uses his powers to damage or kill his skin turns a deep metallic black,[23] and Prodigy theorized that it is also altered his brain chemistry.[54] This appears to be a completely involuntary reaction, and it has been stated that Elixir has a hard time converting from black to golden.[37] However, there are times where his skin goes back to his normal coloration.


Due to the psychic data transfer by the Stepford Cuckoos using the knowledge of Beast, Elixir now possesses genius-level understanding of human and mutant biology, anatomy, genetics, physiology and medicine.[55]


  • Power Limitation: Using his powers for extreme feats of biological manipulation can wear out his body, causing him to collapse. There have also been a few times where his powers didn't affect or only temporarily affected his enemies like Belasco,[56] Siphon,[40] and Hulk.[57]
  • Mental Illness: Following his death at the hands of the Dark Riders and later self-resurrection, Josh has become dangerously emotionally unstable. Attempts to utilize his healing abilities at Magneto's direction to cure mutants afflicted with M-Pox resulted in his lashing out in madness at others around him with his death touch, severely injuring and nearly killing several innocent people before he could be subdued.[4]




  • Loa and Elixir were dating,[27][28] until his disappearance.[37]
  • Elixir's first case of activating suppressed powers was when he reactivated Wolfsbane's wolf powers when they kissed, which caused his gold skin when he recovered.
  • It is currently unknown if Elixir's gold/black skin is the result of a Secondary Mutation, as diagnosed by Beast, a side effect of his powers or a subconscious desire to be the "golden child".[10]
    • However, other speculation may be the writers poking fun at his codename, as the Philosopher's Stone, which is required to make the Elixir of Life, is also capable of turning Lead (Death form) into Gold (Healing form).
  • Josh was sixteen when he joined the New Mutants Squad.[58]


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