History

Sarah's yearbook photo

Little is known about Sarah Vale. Vale was a member of Northstar's training squad Alpha Squadron. Sarah's sister was also a mutant (Preview), who was a member of the Paragons. Alpha Squadron suffered a great loss when they were told that Northstar had been killed in the line of duty. The team was assigned a new advisor, Karma. Tragedy once again struck, when after House of M, most of the student body of the Xavier Institute were depowered, Sarah included. When the depowered mutants boarded the bus leaving the Institute, the bus was destroyed by one of William Stryker's bombs. Sarah died along with 41 other children that day.[1]

As a victim of anti-mutant violence whom the X-Men regretted being unable to save, Sarah was considered a high-priority mutant for resurrection on Krakoa.[2]

She was seen present when all of her old school buddies were reunited.[3]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Cyberpathy: Sarah can mentally communicate with (and control) all forms of machinery, letting her access computer files and manipulate programming to suit her needs.

Physical Strength

Average.

Notes

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. New X-Men Vol 2 #23-24
  2. Statement from Stuart Vandal as "Loki" on Who Watches the Watchers forum, October 15th, 2020
  3. X-Factor Vol 4 #5
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