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The four teams fight a losing battle against their horsemen, until Apocalypse moves his plan to the next level. The tops of the pyramids come off and line the Earth's atmosphere, connected to each other by some sort of energy. Pressed for time, the teams become desperate. The Brotherhood joins the team in Mexico to fight Magneto, and Jean amplifies her power with Cerebro to battle Xavier psychically. Apocalypse lies down in his original resting place, and the evolution of humankind begins. But in the last moments of the battle, Rogue shows up with Leech, and she takes his power and negates Apocalypse's power, ending the evolution before any harm is done. Apocalypse is shut into his machine and sent to another time period, and the horsemen fall out of their trances. Rogue and Kurt give Mystique the cold shoulder, and the episode ends with Xavier deeply disturbed after seeing glimpses into the future of the X-Men, and seeing Jean become the Phoenix, among other changes.
The episode was rated 8.68 from 44 votes.
Rogue appears to have problems with her powers, as the residual impressions of everyone she has touched start flashing through her mind and body.
The episode was rated 8.66 from 44 votes.
As all the monsters in the tomb attack, the teammates fight to survive and find a way out.
The episode was rated 8.56 from 36 votes.
Xavier starts worrying about the existence of mutants becoming public knowledge when the media starts reporting multiple sightings of a man with angel wings. With most of the X-men on Christmas leave, and Cerebro down for repairs, Scott and Rogue are left having to track the man down themselves.
The episode was rated 8.51 from 51 votes.
The Brotherhood and X-Men arrive where Magneto is with his new allies.
The episode was rated 8.50 from 34 votes.
Magneto reveals the his plans for the winners of his challenge - to fully unlock their powers with a machine he has built. Back at the mansion, those left behind regroup, and decide to pay Magneto a little visit.
The episode was rated 8.48 from 42 votes.
Mystique breaks a mysterious young girl out of an asylum and brings her to the Brotherhood House.
The episode was rated 8.48 from 42 votes.
Magneto steals the remaints of the top secret "Rebirth" project, a project Wolverine helped shut down all the way back in World War II.
The episode was rated 8.47 from 47 votes.
As Jean's and Scott's graduation day approaches, Rogue suddenly leaves the mansion.
The episode was rated 8.46 from 37 votes.
Gambit kidnaps Rogue and tells her he is trying to help her to forget what she did to Mystique. When everyone notice she is missing, Wolverine sense Gambit's smell and goes to Magneto's base where he find Pyro and tells him the Acolytes are separated and he does not know where Gambit is. Gambit takes Rogue to city where a couple of criminals reconcile him and attack them both. Rogue touches the leader of them and discovers Gambit's foster father is being hold in an old house near the swamp. They go there and Rogue accidentally touches Gambit and learns he is using her to get there. Gambit decided to go alone but Rogue comes back to help him and rescue his father and take on the Rippers. Wolverine and the rest of the X-men arrive and take Rogue with them while Gambit decides to quit that lifestyle for good.
The episode was rated 8.46 from 35 votes.
Mesmero mentally controls Gambit into stealing half of the Spider Stone from Angel.
The episode was rated 8.44 from 36 votes.
Wanda receives a clue from one of Magneto's minions, Pyro, directing her to a ski resort. Meanwhile, Kurt is meeting Amanda's parents for the first time, and the Toad believes he can use Kurt's holo-inducer to disguise himself and win Wanda's love.
The episode was rated 8.43 from 42 votes.
The X-Men and Brotherhood deal with the after math of the world finding out about mutants. Mystique, diguised as Professor X, manages to blow up the Insitute. Some of the X-Men and Brotherhood were captured, leaving the mutants that escaped to find them and the Professor.
The episode was rated 8.39 from 49 votes.
Forge is working on a device that will enhance Kurt's teleportation powers.
The episode was rated 8.38 from 40 votes.
Wolverine suddenly vanishes, as the Brotherhood members team up with the X-Men to defeat Magneto.
The episode was rated 8.35 from 43 votes.
Last updated: nov 04, 2022
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