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Origin

At one point, Genosha was a haven in a world filled with crime and despair. The Genoshan government began to fear mutants early and found a way to neutralize any threat a mutant [r]evolution could mean for the human race. They came up with the mutate bonding process. Dr. David Moreau, the Genoshan Genegineer, physiologically bound an eco-suit to the bodies of a mutant. This suit would act as a heating and cooling unit, as well as a way to strip any identity from the mutant. The mutant was also shaved bald. The mutant's memories were wiped, a process that was normally irreversible, and the mutant, now a numbered entity, was with no devotions except to the state. It was later revealed that the Sugar Man had been behind the mutate process and the Genegineer was simply the face for the movement.

Team Evolution

Though seen largely as a bunch of no-will entities, mutates do still posses their powers. During the X-Tinction Agenda, several mutates aided Genosha in the fight against the X-Men. One mutate's power is to track other mutants. Another acts as a tele-mutate, possessing an ability to holographically televise news to Genoshans. Mutates soon are able to take back their memories and wills and rebel against the government.

Known Mutates

1 - Original mutate was a man name Edgerton. He seems to have discovered the truth about Genoshan history when Sugar Man has him killed, taking the damning notes with him.

7 - A fake mutate number Cyclops gives himself to sneak into Cameron Hodge's citadel during the X-Tinction Agenda.

20 - Storm becomes a mutate (though not completely due to meddling by the Genegineer) in the X-Tinction Agenda. She is able to be released of her bonds and her touch restores the powers of others.

31 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

32 - A fake mutate number Iceman uses to break into Cameron Hodge's citadel during the X-Tinction Agenda.

55 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

65 - Released, this mutate went to America. He had purple skin.

146 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

163 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

229 - Bodyguard of Sugar Man.

270 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

303 - Medical mutate seen during the X-Tinction Agenda.

360 - A mutate with the ability by blast tunnels. He dies in an explosion in New Mutants #97.

370 - Unknown mutate seen in the X-Tinction Agenda.

372 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

Rahne as Mutate #490

490 - Rahne Sinclair's number when turned into a mutate during the X-Tinction Agenda. She was able to gain her will back when Storm touched her, but only in her wolf state.

527 - Rictor's suit when a captive in Genosha during the X-Tinction Agenda.

658 - Unknown mutate seen in the X-Tinction Agenda.

666 - A number Beast humorously assumes as a decoy mutate in the X-Tinction Agenda.

722 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

767 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

808 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

888 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

910 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

913 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

918 - A freed mutate enlisted in the rebel forces fighting for Genoshan freedom.

985 - A mutate in charge of settling a foundation.

1351 - Bodyguard of Sugar Man.

4817 - Number assigned to Jennifer Ransome, girlfriend to Genegineer's son, Phillip Moreau. (This number is incorrect, though used in an issue, possibly due to old issues being difficult to discern.)

7781 - A mutate with powers to heal the earth. Seems to be employed an the Moreau household.

7875 - A mutate that announces the arrival of X-Factor and company during the X-Tinction Agenda.

8765 - A tracking mutate, he hadn't had much training and ultimately begins to defy his programming, telling a lie to Cameron Hodge.

9212 - A mutate in charge of setting a foundation.

9601 - Number assigned to Wolverine upon his Genoshan incarceration.

9602 - Number assigned to Rogue/Carol Danvers upon Rogue's Genoshan incarceration.

9817 - Number assigned to Jennifer Ransome, girlfriend to Genegineer's son, Phillip Moreau.

9818 - Number assigned to Madelyne Pryor.

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