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Real Name
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Jean Elaine Grey
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Jeannie, Red, Marvel Girl

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Relatives
John Grey (Father, Deceased), Elaine Grey (Mother, Deceased), Professor Charles Xavier (Adoptive Father), Ororo Munroe / Storm (Adopted Sister), Cain Marko / Juggernaut (Adoptive Uncle), T'Challa / Black Panther (Brother-in-Law)

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Base Of Operations
The Xavier Institute, Krakoa

Characteristics
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[[:Category:In a Relationship with Scott Summers Characters|In a Relationship with Scott Summers]]

Occupation
Member of the X-Men, Mutant Rights Activist

Education
Xavier Institute Graduate

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First appearance

Days of Future Infinity Prelude


History

Quote1 Not much scares me in this world. But if I'm being honest... my power terrifies me a little more every day. I'm worried that it'll overtake me... and I won't be able to control it. Quote2
-- Jean Grey

Jean Grey was always a very social and upbeat child. She was the apple of her parents' eye. Unfortunately, her mutant abilities developed at a much earlier age than most others. When she was 8-years-old and riding in the car with her parents in heavy traffic, she began hearing other people's thoughts. However, she didn't know that's what it was. She simply thought she was going insane, and as she screamed and tried to expel the voices from her mind, her telekinetic powers took effect and forced the steering wheel to the side, crashing into another car, resulting in a massive car crash that in total claimed 12 lives, including her father.

Her mother, however, went into a coma and was quickly declared braindead. This left Jean an orphan with no control over her abilities. However, she was taken in by a man named Charles Xavier, who helped her come to realize that she was a telepath, just like him. However, he could already tell that she was much more powerful than him. Seeing no other feasible option, Charles placed psychic barriers inside Jean's mind to keep her powers stable, and just for good measure, erased the memory of her causing the car crash.

For the next few years, Jean was raised in Xavier's Westchester mansion as he continued to bring in young mutants. She instantly became best friends with a young girl from Kenya named Ororo Munroe, who had the ability to manipulate the atmosphere. She would also eventually fall for the newest recruit before the formation of X-Force, Scott Summers.

When Scott first arrived at the Xavier Institute, he was distant and closed off from the other students. However, Jean offered a kindness he had never experienced before, and he quickly found himself opening up to her. Jean had always believed that Xavier was grooming her to lead his team of mutant heroes, but she came to think that Scott is more fit for that job. Her suspicions were confirmed when Xavier was kidnapped by his former partner, Magneto, and his Brotherhood of Mutants. Jean, Scott, Ororo, and their fellow mutants, Hank McCoy, Kurt Wagner, and Warren Worthington all banded together to take on the Brotherhood and rescue Professor Xavier.

Jean was happy to see Scott coming into his own as the team's leader. She was even happier when they all agreed to stay together as a team to champion for mutant rights, calling themselves the X-Force, in honor of Charles. However, because their private home in Westchester had been compromised and severely damaged by Magneto, the X-Force relocated to the living island Krakoa, which lived just off the coast of Southern California, and considered Charles Xavier its friend.

Since then, the X-Force have become a very popular, yet controversial, team of heroes whose membership continues to expand. Jean took on the name Phoenix, and has become one of the team's most prominent members, constantly attending civil rights rallies and speaking out on behalf of the mutant community.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Telepathy
  • Telekinesis
  • Psionic Construct Creation

Abilities

  • Genius Level Intellect
  • Hand to Hand Combat
  • Piloting

Strength level

Average Strength

Weaknesses

None known.


Paraphernalia

Equipment: None known.
Transportation:

  • Blackbird Jet
  • Capable of Flight via Telekinesis
  • Krakoan Flower Portals

Weapons: None known.


Notes

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Trivia

  • Initially, Warren wanted to name the team the X-Men, but Jean pointed out that it seemed sexist and exclusive, so they instead chose X-Force.
  • Jean is in love with Scott Summers, and shares a deep psychic bond with him that was formed purely out of their connection to each other. They have often bonded over both losing their parents. However, when Wolverine joins the X-Men, Jean becomes enamored with him, despite Cyclops obviously not liking him.
  • Phoenix has a crucial role to play in the Prophecy of Infinity, as she is supposedly destined to one day claim the Mind Stone, which would unleash her full powers of the Phoenix Force.
  • Jean was not the only member of X-Force to have a crush on Angel when they first joined. Others included Iceman, Storm, Colossus, Northstar, and Dazzler. However, Jean and Dazzler were the only ones to actually date him.



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