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| Image = The Madri (Earth-295).jpg
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| Image = Madri (Earth-295) from Amazing X-Men Vol 1 4 0001.jpg
| OfficialName = The Madri
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| OfficialName = Madri
 
| Aliases =
 
| Aliases =
 
 
| Status = Defunct
 
| Status = Defunct
| Alignment = Bad
 
 
| Identity = Public
 
| Identity = Public
 
| Universe = Earth-295
 
| Universe = Earth-295
| BaseOfOperations = Church of Apocalypse, [[Quebec]], [[Canada]]
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| BaseOfOperations = [[Church of the Madri]], [[Quebec]], [[Canada]]
   
 
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| Enemies = [[X-Men (Earth-295)|X-Men]], [[Outcasts (Earth-295)|Outcasts]]
 
| Enemies = [[X-Men (Earth-295)|X-Men]], [[Outcasts (Earth-295)|Outcasts]]
   
| Origin =
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| Origin = Mostly [[Homo superior|mutant]] dupes of [[James Madrox (Earth-295)|Jamie Madrox]]
 
| PlaceOfFormation =
 
| PlaceOfFormation =
| PlaceOfDefunction = Church of Apocalypse, [[Quebec]], [[Canada]]
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| PlaceOfDefunction = Temple of the Madri, [[Quebec]], [[Canada]]
 
| Creators =
 
| Creators =
| First = Amazing X-Men #1
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| First = Amazing X-Men Vol 1 1
| Last = Amazing X-Men #4
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| Last = Amazing X-Men Vol 1 4
   
| HistoryText = [[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_001.jpg|thumb|left|151px|Madri in Security Garb]]On [[Earth-295]], the Madri are loyal followers of [[En Sabah Nur (Earth-295)|Apocalypse]] and their numbers, for the most part, are the product of the mutant duplication powers of [[James Madrox (Earth-295)|Jamie Madrox]]. Each duplicate has been conditioned to be fiercely loyal to the cause of Apocalypse, and have founded a religion around him{{r|Amazing X-Men #4}}. That majority of their numbers are located at a church in Quebec Canada{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}, however members of the Madri are stationed all over Apocalypse's America. Their numbers second only to the [[Infinites (Earth-295)|Infinites]], the Madri do not completely comprise of Madrox duplicates, as [[Julio Richter (Earth-295)|Richter]] [[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_004.jpg|thumb|103px|Madri Security Garb (alternate)]]considers himself a member of the Madri{{R|Gambit and the X-Ternals #1}}. The [[Brotherhood of Chaos (Earth-295)|Brotherhood of Chaos]], presumably are considered members of the Madri as they wear similar black cloaks{{r|Amazing X-Men #1}}. The [[Horsemen of Apocalypse (Earth-295)|Horseman of Apocalypse]] known as [[Nils Styger (Earth-295)|Abyss]] appears to have some form of command over the Madri, and when not needed in battle, often uncoils himself and lives on select members like a living cloak{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}.
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| HistoryText = [[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_001.jpg|thumb|left|151px|Madri in Security Garb]]
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The Madri were loyal followers of [[En Sabah Nur (Earth-295)|Apocalypse]] and their numbers, for the most part, were the product of the mutant duplication powers of [[James Madrox (Earth-295)|Jamie Madrox]]. Each duplicate was conditioned to be fiercely loyal to the cause of Apocalypse, and founded a religion around him.{{r|Amazing X-Men #4}}
   
Madri have been depicted in three different sets of attire: Their trademark black robes when in their place of worship{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}, in combat armor for battling enemies of Apocalypse{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals #1}}, as well as a crimson robed outfit with optional hooded visor and battle staff for security functions{{r|Age of Apocalypse: The Chosen #1}}{{r|X-Man #2}}. The warrior class (which include Richter) are marked with a green tattoo around the eye area.
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That majority of their numbers were located at a church in [[Quebec]] [[Canada]]{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}, however members of the Madri were stationed all over Apocalypse's America. Their numbers second only to the [[Infinites (Earth-295)|Infinites]], the Madri were not completely comprise of Madrox duplicates, as [[Julio Richter (Earth-295)|Rictor]] [[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_004.jpg|thumb|103px|Madri Security Garb (alternate)]]considered himself a member of the Madri.{{R|Gambit and the X-Ternals #1}} The [[Brotherhood of Chaos (Earth-295)|Brotherhood of Chaos]] were presumably considered members of the Madri as they wore similar black cloaks.{{r|Amazing X-Men #1}} The [[Horsemen of Apocalypse (Earth-295)|Horseman of Apocalypse]] known as [[Nils Styger (Earth-295)|Abyss]] appeared to have some form of command over the Madri.{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}
   
In recent times, one of the Madri was curious enough to look through Apocalypse's database, which cataloged those he deemed fit to survive in his rule ("The Chosen") and those who were not ("The Forgotten"). This member of the Madri would be set at ease upon reading that the Madri were considered the chosen. However, Apocalypse would catch the lone Madri in his secret files and change his decision, slaying the errant worshiper on the spot{{r|Age of Apocalypse: The Chosen #1}}.
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Madri had at least three different sets of attire: their trademark black robes when in their place of worship,{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}} combat armor for battling enemies of Apocalypse,{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals #1}} and a crimson robed outfit with optional hooded visor and battle staff for security functions.{{r|Age of Apocalypse: The Chosen #1}}{{r|X-Man #2}} The warrior class (which included Rictor) were marked with a green tattoo around the eye area.
   
[[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_002.jpg|thumb|left|126px|Madri Warrior Armor]][[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_003.jpg|thumb|178px|Madri Warrior Facial Tattoo]]A contingent of warrior Madri would clash with would attempt to capture [[Remy LeBeau (Earth-295)|Gambit]] and his [[X-Ternals (Earth-295)|X-Ternals]], although they would constantly fail to capture the group of thieves. Their leader Rictor would attempt to prevent them from stealing star chart information, but would find himself teleported to the [[Shi'ar#Earth-295|Shi'ar]] galaxy with them{{R|Gambit and the X-Ternals #1}}. Rictor would team up with the [[Imperial Guard (Earth-295)|Imperial Guard]] in attempting to capture the X-Ternals and prevent them from stealing a shard of the [[M'Kraan Crystal]]{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals}} he would fail and be returned to Earth{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals #2}}. On Earth, he would almost botch double agent [[Guido Carosella (Earth-295)|Guido Carosella]] from capturing the crystal and kidnapping [[Erik Lehnsherr (Earth-295)|Magneto's]] son [[Charles Lehnsherr (Earth-295)|Charles]]. When reporting back to Apocalypse, Richter would be slain for almost ruining things{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals}}
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One of the Madri was curious enough to look through Apocalypse's database, which cataloged those he deemed fit to survive in his rule ("The Chosen") and those who were not ("The Forgotten"). This member of the Madri was set at ease upon reading that the Madri were considered the chosen. However, Apocalypse caught the lone Madri reading his secret files and change his decision, slaying the errant worshiper on the spot.{{r|Age of Apocalypse: The Chosen #1}}
   
When [[Forge (Earth-295)|Forge's]] [[Outcasts (Earth-295)|Outcasts]] would be manipulated by [[Nathaniel Essex (Earth-295)|Essex]] to investigate one of Apocalypse's factories, the idealistic [[Nathaniel Grey (Earth-295)|Nate Grey]] would be horrified to find that it was where human corpses were processed into raw material. In destroying the factories operations, Nate clashed with a number of Madri security forces, killing some and wiping out the minds of others. One surviving Madri would report the existence of Nate to Apocalypse{{r|X-Man #2}}.
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[[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_002.jpg|thumb|left|126px|Madri Warrior Armor]][[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_003.jpg|thumb|178px|Madri Warrior Facial Tattoo]]A contingent of warrior Madri attempted to capture [[Remy LeBeau (Earth-295)|Gambit]] and his [[X-Ternals (Earth-295)|X-Ternals]], although they constantly failed to capture the group of thieves. Their leader Rictor attempted to prevent them from stealing star chart information, but found himself teleported to the [[Shi'ar#Earth-295|Shi'ar]] galaxy with them{{R|Gambit and the X-Ternals #1}}. Rictor teamed up with the [[Imperial Guard (Earth-295)|Imperial Guard]] to capture the X-Ternals and prevent them from stealing a shard of the [[M'Kraan Crystal]]{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals}}. He failed and returned to Earth{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals #2}}. On Earth, he almost botched double agent [[Guido Carosella (Earth-295)|Guido Carosella]]'s attempt to capture the crystal and kidnap [[Erik Lehnsherr (Earth-295)|Magneto's]] son [[Charles Lehnsherr (Earth-295)|Charles]]. When reporting back to Apocalypse, Rictor was executed for almost ruining Apocalypse's schemes{{r|Gambit and the X-Ternals}}
[[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_005.jpg|thumb|left|Madri Priests]]
 
A group of Madri loyal to Abyss would accompany the Horseman along with the Brotherhood of Chaos to attempt to prevent or compromise a [[Sentinels#Earth-295|Sentinel]] evacuation of surviving humans still in North America, a mission that the [[X-Men (Earth-295)|X-Men]] would attempt to assist{{r|Amazing X-Men #2}}. When Abyss attempted to lure the X-Men to his craft, he would kill some of his Madri Cardinals and string them up at the ships opening hatch as a show of power{{r|Amazing X-Men #2}}. Later, when Apocalypse would defeat Magneto and [[Lucas Bishop (Earth-295)|Bishop]] in battle, he would have Bishop shipped to the Madri's church in Quebec to have his mind probed by the [[Shadow King (Earth-295)|Shadow King]]{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}. After the Shadow King's mental probe, the Madri would torture Bishop, cutting him and drinking his blood. When the X-Men would come to save Bishop, they would find themselves over run by an army of Madri. [[Pietro Maximoff (Earth-295)|Quicksilver]] would come across the original Jamie Madrox who would beg Quicksilver to kill him to end the threat of the Madri. When Quicksilver would refuse to bring himself to kill Madrox, Madrox would kill himself, causing all the Madri members that were an extension of himself to fall down dead{{r|Amazing X-Men #4}}.
 
 
If any members of the Madri who were not an extension of Madrox still operation following the fall of Apocalypse remain unrevealed.
 
   
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When [[Forge (Earth-295)|Forge's]] [[Outcasts (Earth-295)|Outcasts]] were manipulated by [[Nathaniel Essex (Earth-295)|Essex]] to investigate one of Apocalypse's factories, the idealistic [[Nathaniel Grey (Earth-295)|Nate Grey]] was horrified to find that it was where human corpses were processed into raw material. In destroying the factories operations, Nate clashed with a number of Madri security forces, killing some and wiping out the minds of others. One surviving Madri reported the existence of Nate to Apocalypse.{{r|X-Man #2}}
   
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[[File:Madri_(Earth-295)_005.jpg|thumb|left|Madri Priests]]
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A group of Madri loyal to Abyss accompanied the Horseman along with the Brotherhood of Chaos to attempt to prevent or compromise a [[Sentinels#Earth-295|Sentinel]] evacuation of surviving humans still in North America, a mission that the [[X-Men (Earth-295)|X-Men]] were assisting.{{r|Amazing X-Men #2}} When Abyss attempted to lure the X-Men to his craft, he killed some of his Madri Cardinals and strung them up at the ships opening hatch as a show of power.{{r|Amazing X-Men #2}}
   
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Later, when Apocalypse defeated Magneto and [[Lucas Bishop (Earth-295)|Bishop]] in battle, he had Bishop shipped to the Madri's church in Quebec to have his mind probed by the [[Shadow King (Earth-295)|Shadow King]]{{r|Amazing X-Men #3}}. After the Shadow King's mental probe, the Madri tortured Bishop, cutting him and drinking his blood. When the X-Men came to save Bishop, they found themselves overrun by an army of Madri. [[Pietro Maximoff (Earth-295)|Quicksilver]] came across the original Jamie Madrox who begged Quicksilver to kill him to end the threat of the Madri. When Quicksilver refused to kill Madrox, Madrox killed himself, causing all the Madri members that were an extension of himself to fall down dead, ending their threat forever.{{r|Amazing X-Men #4}}
   
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==Powers==
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The Madri were seemingly [[Mutant Power Level Classification#Alpha Class Mutants|Alpha Class]] [[Homo superior|mutants]], as "Jamie Madrox" was present three time on the list of mutants intended to be resurrected in the [[Alpha Lab]].{{r|Age of Apocalypse #4}}
   
 
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Madri
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Mostly mutant dupes of Jamie Madrox
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Temple of the Madri, Quebec, Canada
First appearance
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History

Madri (Earth-295) 001

Madri in Security Garb

The Madri were loyal followers of Apocalypse and their numbers, for the most part, were the product of the mutant duplication powers of Jamie Madrox. Each duplicate was conditioned to be fiercely loyal to the cause of Apocalypse, and founded a religion around him.[1]

That majority of their numbers were located at a church in Quebec Canada[2], however members of the Madri were stationed all over Apocalypse's America. Their numbers second only to the Infinites, the Madri were not completely comprise of Madrox duplicates, as Rictor
Madri (Earth-295) 004

Madri Security Garb (alternate)

considered himself a member of the Madri.[3] The Brotherhood of Chaos were presumably considered members of the Madri as they wore similar black cloaks.[4] The Horseman of Apocalypse known as Abyss appeared to have some form of command over the Madri.[2]

Madri had at least three different sets of attire: their trademark black robes when in their place of worship,[2] combat armor for battling enemies of Apocalypse,[3] and a crimson robed outfit with optional hooded visor and battle staff for security functions.[5][6] The warrior class (which included Rictor) were marked with a green tattoo around the eye area.

One of the Madri was curious enough to look through Apocalypse's database, which cataloged those he deemed fit to survive in his rule ("The Chosen") and those who were not ("The Forgotten"). This member of the Madri was set at ease upon reading that the Madri were considered the chosen. However, Apocalypse caught the lone Madri reading his secret files and change his decision, slaying the errant worshiper on the spot.[5]

File:Madri (Earth-295) 002.jpg
Madri (Earth-295) 003

Madri Warrior Facial Tattoo

A contingent of warrior Madri attempted to capture Gambit and his X-Ternals, although they constantly failed to capture the group of thieves. Their leader Rictor attempted to prevent them from stealing star chart information, but found himself teleported to the Shi'ar galaxy with them[3]. Rictor teamed up with the Imperial Guard to capture the X-Ternals and prevent them from stealing a shard of the M'Kraan Crystal[7]. He failed and returned to Earth[8]. On Earth, he almost botched double agent Guido Carosella's attempt to capture the crystal and kidnap Magneto's son Charles. When reporting back to Apocalypse, Rictor was executed for almost ruining Apocalypse's schemes[7]

When Forge's Outcasts were manipulated by Essex to investigate one of Apocalypse's factories, the idealistic Nate Grey was horrified to find that it was where human corpses were processed into raw material. In destroying the factories operations, Nate clashed with a number of Madri security forces, killing some and wiping out the minds of others. One surviving Madri reported the existence of Nate to Apocalypse.[6]

Madri (Earth-295) 005

Madri Priests

A group of Madri loyal to Abyss accompanied the Horseman along with the Brotherhood of Chaos to attempt to prevent or compromise a Sentinel evacuation of surviving humans still in North America, a mission that the X-Men were assisting.[9] When Abyss attempted to lure the X-Men to his craft, he killed some of his Madri Cardinals and strung them up at the ships opening hatch as a show of power.[9]

Later, when Apocalypse defeated Magneto and Bishop in battle, he had Bishop shipped to the Madri's church in Quebec to have his mind probed by the Shadow King[2]. After the Shadow King's mental probe, the Madri tortured Bishop, cutting him and drinking his blood. When the X-Men came to save Bishop, they found themselves overrun by an army of Madri. Quicksilver came across the original Jamie Madrox who begged Quicksilver to kill him to end the threat of the Madri. When Quicksilver refused to kill Madrox, Madrox killed himself, causing all the Madri members that were an extension of himself to fall down dead, ending their threat forever.[1]

Powers

The Madri were seemingly Alpha Class mutants, as "Jamie Madrox" was present three time on the list of mutants intended to be resurrected in the Alpha Lab.[10]

See Also

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