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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 being a number on a file with a tracking device on their wrist or in their bloodstream.

For a while, the children of fallen heroes started to work in the shadows as the new X-Men. Not all that long ago, the latest incarnation of the X-Men was brought down in flames by Division's efforts. Team members captured, Agents killed, Cosmic fire everywhere... It seems as though the days of the X-Men have come and gone once again. Or have they?

Notice: Human Division employees are still much needed, even if they're depowered mutants. We would also love to see more MHA, Morlock and Purifier affiliated characters.

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CASSIDY R. MCINTYRE
 Posted: Feb 11 2017, 09:49 PM
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Up until last year, Cassidy was billing herself as a medium, someone who could commune with the dead. She's got an unfortunate combination of loving attention and trying to stay under the radar. Now, obviously, she's not. She was only ever putting a bit of theatricality and wish fulfillment together for her audiences. Division was fairly certain that was the case, but sent someone to investigate matters one night when they managed to track down one of her shows.

The agent's investigation leads him to conclude that she's definitely not a necromancer, but she is an unregistered mutant. He really should have reported her for that then and there. He shouldn't have introduced himself in his attempt to determine what sort of powers she actually had, and he definitely shouldn't have allowed himself to feel concerned at the thought that she would not do well under Division's scrutiny.

He convinced her to find something less showy to call an occupation, to lay low. He hadn't meant for her to actually rewrite her own memories. He knows he really needs to report someone who can do that. People have lost their jobs for less. And she could do a lot of harm with her powers, even without meaning to, or remembering anything about it. She's pretty kind of a mess. But still, she wouldn't do well in Division's custody. He's just concerned as a...reasonable human being, and definitely not for any other reasons.

So, that's the springboard for this plot! An overworked Division agent given what should have been a one day assignment has found himself dealing with a serious ethical question in this particular illegal mutant. It's not a ship without the lingering worry of everything going horribly wrong due to conspiring circumstances.

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I'd love to take this, and put a spin to it?


What if Dylan North was also an unregistered mutant? I was thinking of him having the abilites of Precognition, and a slowed version of the Healing Factor (due to his father's kinetic-absorbtion gene shared in his DNA). He'd have trained all his life to be the spitting image of his father (the original AGENT ZERO, David North); becoming an adept martial artist, and expert marksman.

Dylan used to already be AGENT ZERO; adept hacker, master assassin; until he was overpowered, and captured by Division's MCE TASK FORCE. They did experiments/torture on him, until he broke, then rehabilitated him. They followed with erasing his memory of being  AGENT ZERO; making him now believe he is just normal Dylan North: INVESTIGATION OFFICER. He's worked on a few cases of tracking down Mutants for the Division; all while staying out of harms way, to not trigger his powers' ability.

He has no idea he is a Mutant, nor who he really is; just that he had an amazing upbringing with his Dad (who actually died when he was very young), has a talent with computers (hacking/tracking/coding/etc.), and is a normal Human. His memory was altered, making him believe that his father was a loyal ex-Division worker; who taught him everything he knows, and dreamed that his son (Dylan) would one day follow his footsteps. He believes his father died while on a mission as part of the MCE TASK FORCE; but in reality, he was killed by them while under the alias of AGENT ZERO. Dylan believes he joined the Division, to be just like his father.

Here walks in CASSIDY, someone the Division has been keeping an eye on. With Dylan being an INVESTIGATION OFFICER for a while, they think he'd be perfect for this job; tracking her down, and finding out what she really does. He kept tabs on her, and made a fond friendship; even taking a liking to her, which makes him start going against everything he does for Division. He talks her into being less showy with her powers, to better keep her safe; he cares for her, and doesn't want anything bad to happen to her.

The more he is with her, the more "nightmares" he has about being an Assassin and killing Division's MCE TASK FORCE; which are his supressed memories, and his Precognition powers setting off in his sleep. Maybe when he is talking about his father (fake/implanted memories), she looks into his eyes; sees  the haunted memories of his true past, and his time as AGENT ZERO. One day she calls him over about something important, and that he needs to see her right away; she then tells him about what she saw, and shows him who he used to be. Thus, Dylan returns back as AGENT ZERO; now working to help free Mutants from Division, all while taking them down in the process.[/align]
In my opinion, this could really tie into everything you wanted, and more <3


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While I'm glad for the interest and the expansion of future plot options there's a current ban on mutants working for Division that aren't on the canon list, since they're meant to have a lot of human employees and the ratios are a bit off at present. He could still be related to the original Agent Zero and have lost his original memories if he were human.

(M-Day was in 2026 in our timeline, and since it's now 2039 it's also possible to say he originally had an x-gene but was depowered.)
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