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    Hi all.

    I'm looking around for some kind of info-graph or visual Marvel evolutionary tree showing how all the different offshoot mutant and human races branch off with a form of timeline and cause of each offshoot.

    Does anyone know of such a thing?
    If there isn't one, would anyone be up for creating one with me?

    The following is what I have so far as to elements of the tree.
    Neanderthals

    Humans
    -Mutated Humans(Mutates)

    Inhumans
    -Nuhumans

    Deviants

    Externals

    Savage Land Species

    Atlanteans
    - Lemurians

    Mutants
    -Cheyarafim
    -Neyaphem
    -Homo Insectus
    -Dominant Species
    -Externals
    -Changelings/Killcrop
    -Hybrids
    -Homo Supreme
    -Lupine
    -Proto-Mutants
    -Artificial Mutants
    -Depowered Mutants
    -Neo

    Children of the Vault

    Warpies

    Subterranean Races
    Please note, I haven't ordered or really classified any of the above. It's more of a brainstorm :P

    Thanks for your time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xargukon View Post
    Hi all.

    I'm looking around for some kind of info-graph or visual Marvel evolutionary tree showing how all the different offshoot mutant and human races branch off with a form of timeline and cause of each offshoot.

    Does anyone know of such a thing?
    If there isn't one, would anyone be up for creating one with me?

    The following is what I have so far as to elements of the tree.


    Please note, I haven't ordered or really classified any of the above. It's more of a brainstorm :P

    Thanks for your time
    good luck dude, you'll have to read.....Austen

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    Whatever Vargas was (some have theorized he's a cousin to the Children of the Vault). I don't know if you can count Cassandra Nova, either. She's complicated.

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    Back in the 90s there was a series called Earth X, it started off as a look into the future of Earth (instead of an alternate Earth). It featured a blind Uatu who was training his replacement. The Inhumans came to Earth for a wedding and everyone had become powered, even animals. Uatu laid out the origin of mutation, starting with the Celestials meddling around, creating Eternals and Deviants, then (somehow) the gods like Thor and Ares, then Atlanteans and explained the Celestials had put the seed for mutation in all things and it merely needed a trigger. The Kree hate the Celestials so they interfered and triggered the Inhumans.

    Not sure where the angels, demons, werewolves and vampires would slot in, but it was an interesting series that seemingly followed canon for its flashbacks.

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    The subterranean races were originally genetically engineered slave created by the Deviants, there is offshoot race of Inhumans called the Bird people.

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    Any of them related to Tue mutant race. Isn't thanos a mutant

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambitxremy View Post
    Any of them related to Tue mutant race. Isn't thanos a mutant
    Thanos was originally the Deviant child of Eternals, but since been retconned into him being a mutant Eternal

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    Quote Originally Posted by norj View Post
    Thanos was originally the Deviant child of Eternals, but since been retconned into him being a mutant Eternal
    so thanos is a mutant? and how old is he
    Last edited by gambitxremy; 08-10-2014 at 05:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambitxremy View Post
    so thanos is a mutant? and how old is he
    Mutant Eternal and at least 100,000 years old.

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    i was under the impression that Thanos got the double whammy of a latent deviant AND mutant genes mixed in with the Eternal

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    Quote Originally Posted by king of hybrids View Post
    i was under the impression that Thanos got the double whammy of a latent deviant AND mutant genes mixed in with the Eternal
    Marvel realized that having Deviants as the ugly, rejected, always evil offspring of the beautiful, immortal, always good Eternals looked bad and retconned it. The only Eternal/Deviant hybrids in existence are Donald & Deborah Ritter the twin children of the Eternal Thena and Deviant warlord Kro. The Damocles Foundation tried to create Eternal/Deviant/Mutant hybrids, but only one of their test subjects a Mutant/Deviant hybrid named Arcadia survived, Reginfire was also one of their experiments, and they were the ones who triggered Sunspot's secondary mutation.
    Last edited by norj; 08-11-2014 at 12:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norj View Post
    Marvel realized that having Deviants as the ugly, rejected, always evil offspring of the beautiful, immortal, always good Eternals looked bad and retconned it. The only Eternal/Deviant hybrids in existence are Donald & Deborah Ritter the twin children of the Eternal Thena and Deviant warlord Kro. The Damocles Foundation tried to create Eternal/Deviant/Mutant hybrids, but only one of their test subjects a Mutant/Deviant hybrid named Arcadia survived, Reginfire was also one of their experiments, and they were the ones who triggered Sunspot's secondary mutation.
    So thanos doesnt have a x gene

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambitxremy View Post
    So thanos doesnt have a x gene
    He's officially listed as a Mutant Eternal and you don't need to have an X-gene to qualify as a mutant, after all Warlock is considered to be a mutant Technarch and he definitely does not have a X-gene.

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    Not sure if such an infograph exists.

    But here's the Marvel list of Races (alien and earth based) to help you on your way:
    Different Races in the Marvel Universe

    It has details such as Atlanteans and Lemurians being subsets of Homo mermani or Homo mermanus etc.

    Looks to be over 730 races there. Enjoy.
    Trying to catch up on 2 years of Marvel comics.....
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