Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Human mutant
Group Membership: None
Enemies: X-Men (Angel/Warren Worthington, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Phoenix/Jean Grey, Wolverine/Logan/James Howlett)
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Florida, USA
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men I#394 (June, 2001)
Powers/Abilities: Reality warping powers; Warp Savant can trap people into his own mind, a landscape created by his subconscious. Objects or persons affected by his powers look to become fluid and disappear. Cerebra confirmed that Warp's powers had a reach limit.
(Uncanny X-Men I#394 - BTS) - Inspired by acts of terrorism committed by Magneto, Warp Savant decided he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his idol. Very proud of being a mutant, Warp also had a big M tattooed on his forehead
(Uncanny X-Men I#394) - Warp Savant attacked Cape Citadel on his eighteenth birthday like his idol did so many years before. He broke into the restricted area, proclaiming himself to be an evil mutant and dematerializing a tank and then the chief commander. When the X-Men intervened, Warp seemed to enjoy his fight against the human armed forces. When Wolverine and Phoenix attacked, he also simply teleported them away; Wolverine and Phoenix where than seen fighting his subconscious, without success. Cerebra confirmed that Warp's abilities had a reach limit, after which Angel stayed outside of his reach and attacked him with an electromagnetic pulse weapon specialized to temporarily shut down a mutant's physiology. After the second pulse fired, Warp's body began to shut down. As his body shut down his subconscious also broke down; Wolverine and Phoenix thought they would die as the world around them broke down, and they had a final last kiss. With Warp unconscious, everyone and everything he teleported away returned, as did Wolverine and Phoenix. After regaining conscious and claiming it was not a bad way to spend a birthday, Warp used his teleportation powers on himself to escape successfully.
Comments: Created by Joe Casey, Ian Churchill, Mark Morales.
In Wizard #172(february 2006) a list was published with mutants who had lost their powers on M-Day. Considering other characters like Stacy X from the same era of Uncanny X-Men were actually on the list and Warp Savant wasn't, could be a strong indicator to him having kept his powers.
I think Warp Savant would be a great addition for any new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants incarnation.
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Last updated: 07/05/14
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