Funny words coming from someone who embodies Xavier dream of coexistence. Just like the weather she commands, Ororo has gone through many transitions in her years as an X-man. We've seen her go from a gentle motherly figure to the edgy fierce woman who wasn't afraid to defy even Xavier himself. But what if her life had a different direction? Magneto has shown much interest in Ororo and her power. He even admitted to her being a major threat to him as villain. Her only weakness being her morality. In her early days in Africa, Storm has been a victim of unintentional homicide and has vowed since then to never take another human life. But being a part of the X-men can make one question their morality and stance in the fight of good and evil.
We got a glimpse of what Ororo is capable of as a villain in Claremon'ts X-men Forever arc. She killed Wolverine, blinded Sabertooth and battled the X-men in a bedlam. She even later went on to murder Black Panther and expropriate her position as Queen of Wakanda. This arc has a much more ruthless Storm willing to do anything and kill anyone to get to her paramount.(All while sporting a beastly scar) Claremont did a wonderful job making Storm a predominate villain in this arc. It showed that she has more than enough power and intellect to be considered a team buster.Something Magneto definietly needed in his Brotherhood. He would have definitely embraced this Ororo is his plan for world domination.
Things would have definitely diverted in the opposite direction. Mystique would not have been in the position she was accustomed. The Brotherhood might have been much closer due to Storm's motherly nature and most of Magneto's plans would have become fruition. The X-men would have a lot of trouble on their hands considering the fact that Magneto and Storm's powers complement each other so well. Having these two on the same team brings much potential, both great and terrible. But the most considerable thing is the dialogue between these two. Storm and Erik has had some of the best dialogue between a hero and villain mainly due to their opposing nature. Imagine what But as a team it would be interesting to see them work against our favorite heroes. This dawns the question, What if Storm had joined Magneto's Brotherhood of Mutants?
I feel as though Storm would be the member to keep Mags in check (much like her role in the extinction team). She would be the only one to challenge him verbally and physically with their powers. Knowing Storm should probably would eventually have her own fixation on how things are done.and should be handled. She's definitely give the X-men hell as well as anyone else who opposes her.