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    Amazing Member marseve's Avatar
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    Default “The most important scene in the history of the X-Men.” x Spoiler x

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    this is- “The most important scene in the history of the X-Men.”

    https://twitter.com/Marvel/status/1131954521977049090

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    this is not the most important page... we have already seen this scene twice(& drawn by both artists...).

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    Could this be the most important scene, because it is the last scene of HOXPOX?

    This could be the last scene of Powers of X #6!

    Dawn of X will be a unique reboot for the X-Men, and only Hickman knows the rules!

    Dawn of X will have a fresh & unwritten future.

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    What about Moira? Maybe she will be made immortal or placed in frozen stasis...?

    what do you think? Why else would this be the most important scene?

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    It IS the most important because this when Xavier realizes the "dream" is dead. He sees many possible outcomes and they all end the same. This changes everything because the motivations for X-Men through the years have been about Xavier's Dream and their roles defending it. Without that dream, what do you have? Moira and Xavier need to think outside of the box and come up with something truly revolutionary.

    The real question is... how many times has this scene played out? Every Life that she let Xavier be a part of it? Or was she successful in keeping him in the dark for most of these Lives until now?

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    It’s the scene where Charles realises his dream is not going to be enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandafarmer View Post
    It IS the most important because this when Xavier realizes the "dream" is dead. He sees many possible outcomes and they all end the same. This changes everything because the motivations for X-Men through the years have been about Xavier's Dream and their roles defending it. Without that dream, what do you have? Moira and Xavier need to think outside of the box and come up with something truly revolutionary.
    so true! Mutants are finally being proactive instead of reactive.

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