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X-Men Days of Future Past: The Rogue Cut Recut

By ArimTheWriter

Drama / Scifi

Act 1

Professor X, Magneto, Wolverine, and Storm had come to China. They found Bobby and Rogue, along with the others in Blink’s resistance unit.

As far as even Professor X knows, they’re the only free mutants left besides him and Storm and Magneto. But, that freedom only goes so far when Sentinels have been out there for who knows how long hunting down mutants.

Bobby politely greets the professor.

A teary eyed Rogue can barely even look at them. But, Professor X and Logan both know all too well why. And, neither of them has to read her mind to know why.

Two months ago... Magneto, Professor X, Bobby, and Rogue tried so hard to get Kitty out of there.

She was recently captured by a heat seeking missile by a Sentinel in mid-phase. Not even Kitty could phase through the fallout of the wall.

But, even with Professor X knowing a mostly secret passage that Magneto could use to his advantage... The Sentinels were waiting for them.

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