SPRING 2038!Welcome to the year 2038, where the heroes of yesterday are dead and gone. Division and the Mutant Control Enforcement Agency (MCEA) saw to that. This dystopia we live in is the result of one anti-mutant hate crime that sparked the third world war. The law now requires mutants to register, to spend the rest of their lives on file being and being tracked. New York City is a shell of its former self but still remains a beacon despite all that has happened there. Despite this, a mass exodus brought people to the new country capital; Chicago. Which is why so much money and effort has gone into attempting to restore it to its former glory. Chicago isn’t the only thing rising from the ashes of a world that no longer exists. The children of former X-Men have come together to bring back the much needed hope that only they could bring. The road is long and will not be easy for anyone, but something has to be done before it’s too late.
admin notes!Unless on they appear on the canon list, mutants working for Division are banned until the further notice. IE until the number of humans in this category out number the mutants. We would also love to see more MHA and Morlock affiliated characters.
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Posted: May 8 2017, 09:33 PM
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Division classifies known mutants based on a threat assessment - a mix of their ability, projected power potential, and a potential psychological exam conducted by a contractor. Individuals may move up or down in the assessment scale based on recent activities. This classification system is used on internal documents, but generally not mentioned to the general public. It encompasses living mutants only, or at the very least mutants that were alive when Division first encountered them. All ranked Division personnel have access to most of these files, though certain individual files are restricted based on sensitive information.
Mutants thought to have reached an increased likelihood of moving up on the scale will be orange or red flagged for re-evaluation depending on the urgency.
(** Unregistered individuals have been listed here for assessment purposes, they are still off-grid and not officially filed.)
Division classifies mutants as "Low Threat" if they are highly unlikely to be involved in combat. This includes children and students, those assessed as pacifists, and those with little more than a cosmetic ability. They would not be expected to take up arms if presented the opportunity. Human collaborator - mutants actively working to turn in their peers - are often marked in this category if they have no dangerous abilities or previous criminal record.
While Division believes that they have the theoretical potential to become threats, as adult mutants with intact abilities, they do not consider it especially likely. Those in this category have no criminal records or especially dangerous abilities. They do not demonstrate any moral inclination toward violent activism when interviewed. They are not under any extra surveillance.
These individuals in this category are still free to move around, but they have shown a tendency toward strong anti-Division sentiments and/or violent activism. Division will make a point of looking them up on a regular basis to check for any significant changes in their routines. Repeat interviews are probable. They may or may not have powerful abilities (up to an Alpha on the pre-War scale) but it may be possible to manage them before they become a threat rather than containing them after.
Mutants in this category have powerful abilities, and they have demonstrated a willingness to use them. They may have proven anti-Division activity on their record, or broader have criminal convictions. Their psychological profiles demonstrated a strong tendency toward violence, anti-government thinking, and a dislike of Division. There is no question that they would move against Division or other law enforcement if presented with the opportunity, the better question is when. Preemptive arrests of these individuals may be advised.
This is the highest possible classification. It is reserved for the most threatening mutants (as estimated by Division), either because their vast power presents an inherent threat or because their troubled history suggests a tendency toward violent behavior .Any mutant with violent criminal offenses or terrorist involvement will be here. Most Omega level mutants would be found here. (In the pre-War era, Omega denoted the highest possible power level in an individual.) It is not a requirement that one be a high-power mutant to appear here, as tendencies toward violence are the most significant factor differentiating between High and Severe threats. Severe threats are wanted criminals. Extreme caution is advised in any attempt to approach.