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Old 08-08-2013, 11:19 AM   #1
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Default Secondary Mutation in DOFP?

This could possibly solve a lot of problems with the DOFP storyline like why Kitty suddenly has the abilty to send someones conciousness through space and time. It could also give Rogue her super strength/ flight without having to absorb it from Colossus or Storm.

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Old 08-08-2013, 11:23 AM   #2
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Default Re: Secondary Mutation in DOFP?

Second mutation was earlier:
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but if other mutants have second mutation, then who knows...

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Old 08-08-2013, 11:38 AM   #3
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This could possibly solve a lot of problems with the DOFP storyline like why Kitty suddenly has the abilty to send someones conciousness through space and time. It could also give Rogue her super strength/ flight without having to absorb it from Colossus or Storm.

What do you think?
Too much to add into the film, I think. There's already enough going on.

The cure could be a cause of secondary mutation, though. Beast tried to cure himself in FC and ended up enhancing the cells, so the same could happen with Rogue.

However, that also means that the hundreds (thousands?) of others who also took the cure were enhanced somehow. It would also mean Magneto and Mystique had their powers intensified. So it's probably a bad idea to go down this road.

Far easier to show Rogue borrowing powers from others.

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Default Re: Secondary Mutation in DOFP?

I doubt it's all just Kitty that's sending him back. More likely her powers combined with another's, probably Xavier.

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Too much to add into the film, I think. There's already enough going on.

The cure could be a cause of secondary mutation, though. Beast tried to cure himself in FC and ended up enhancing the cells, so the same could happen with Rogue.

However, that also means that the hundreds (thousands?) of others who also took the cure were enhanced somehow. It would also mean Magneto and Mystique had their powers intensified. So it's probably a bad idea to go down this road.

Far easier to show Rogue borrowing powers from others.
Would that be a bad thing though? That could be what caused the Sentinel project to go into full swing.

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Would that be a bad thing though? That could be what caused the Sentinel project to go into full swing.
I very much like that idea. Whether they use it in the movie is another matter.

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Thats a great idea the Cure weakening themm at first and appearing to lose their powers only to come back even stronger.

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I very much like that idea. Whether they use it in the movie is another matter.
True. Which is a shame becuase it could help explain a lot of things if it did occur in this film like why Beast looks so different.

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I hope Rogue has a secondary mutation! That girl needs to kick ass!

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