In the process, she unintentionally alerts the powerful new foe to their existence, prompting him to abduct Xavier. Sneaking behind Mystique, Rogue used the bone claws she had absorbed from Wolverine and stabbed her in the back. The saying goes, she can be anything you want her to be, except predictable. Once in Kansas City, Raven told Logan about her group, who scammed local people. After they failed in their mission to retrieve Wolverine's body, Mystique then declared herself as the leader of the team, and makes Sharp help her retrieve the zhulong, or sun dragon, on , and told , that is interested in him, but Sharp thinks she doesn't because as he holds her secret words, she wants to kill him. After learning why Wolverine is chasing her, she escapes to another part of Iraq.
X-Factor Mystique became horrified when she discovered that her son, Graydon Creed had become the leader of an anti-mutant hate group and had hired Sabretooth to kill Mystique. Mystique eventually decided to take time off for herself so that she could spread Destiny's ashes in the ocean although that backfired when the ashes flew back into her face. Besides the aforementioned Sabretooth and Azazel, she's also gotten with the likes of Magneto, Forge, and even Wolverine. They had a fierce enmity right from the start, although the cause of this hatred was not known.
The Brotherhood Mystique organized the third incarnation of the , which originally consisted of herself, , the , Destiny, and. As a result she can cause herself to look and sound like an exact duplicate of any human, humanoid, or semi-humanoid being of either sex, wearing virtually any kind of clothing. She claims to be bored with the conflicts between various mutant factions, though she sows distrust in the younger, temporally-displaced Cyclops to alleviate this boredom. Apparently, only capable of leaving his prison for brief instances, Azazel was desperate to find a means to escape and hoped to father a mutant with the power to set him and his friends free from the realm they were trapped in.
Her mutant power is the ability to absorb the memories, personality, and skills or powers of whomever she touches. Nowadays whenever Rogue has her own spin-off Mystique will act like this most of the time and was the leader of her own Brotherhood of Mutants at one point. After a battle, Mystique kills the Quiet Man, saves her former field-handler , and discovers the Quiet Man's interference transmitter was a fake. Marvel Avengers Alliance Marvel Avengers Alliance Mystique is featured as a boss in several mission in the game.
To keep her compliant, Osborn has her injected with nano technology which will allegedly detonate and kill her if she does not conform to his whims. Marvel's psychiatrist Michael Barnett, her own son Graydon Creed and even Moira MacTaggert and her general lack of anything resembling morals, she largely avoids any consequences for her crimes, with the worst thing she has endured in recent years being a attack courtesy of Exodus. After the Hecatomb battle on Providence, returns to Rogue's childhood home in Caldecott County, Mississippi, which Mystique owns for some downtime. Raven Raven married Christian Wagner. At the time, she used the identity of deceased German secret agent Leni Zauber. Mystique's familial ties were almost entirely cut from the X-Men movies.
With Sabretooth She also had a son with the ancient biblical mutant named Azazel. By the end of Apocalypse, Mystique is pretty much the squad leader of the young X-Men team. They attacked and attempted to kill Mystique, who was saved by an inverted Sabretooth. Her third child, by adoption, was , who would eventually join the after turning her back on Mystique's. When she learns at the last moment that this plan was actually a deception by Destiny to make Mystique resurrect Wolverine, with the fate of the world depending on Wolverine's return to life, she smashes the she needs to do so and leaves the dimensional nexus, cursing to herself that she'd rather let the world be destroyed than bring Wolverine back in Destiny's place.
She seems to believe in the adage that doing the thing yourself is the best way to get the thing done. She hints at wanting to know how she is remembered, and he comments that her name did survive in a database of his time. Mystique appears in six of the X-Men. One of Xavier's enemies, the Quiet Man, who is actually Prudence Leighton inhabiting the body of her assassin, contacts Mystique and offers to give her an interference transmitter which would keep her safe from the authorities if she kills Xavier. While in the original X-Men trilogy RebeccaRomijn played Mystique, the role is now being played by Jennifer Lawrence. Mystique blows up MacTaggert's research facility, fatally injuring the doctor.
Mystique and the others bought the Scarlet Witch and Doctor Doom just enough time to cast an Inversion Spell. She's a Machiavellian schemer who uses her powers of shapeshifting, agility, and healing to assassinate anyone in her way. Her control is so exact that she can precisely duplicate another person's retina pattern in her own eyes, finger, palm and skin-pore patterns on her own hands and skin, and vocal cords to match voices to the point of deceiving vocal recognition software. House of M In the Earth-797 reality, Mystique is apparently a man and goes by the name of Raphael-Raven Darkholme and his alias is Mystiq. It is later revealed that, either through Destiny's precognitive powers or through the government contacts she eventually cultivates, Mystique keeps tabs on Kurt Wagner's whereabouts; she reveals in her first encounter with Nightcrawler that his foster mother, , is aware of her.