Mutants are DICKS!

Desk of DEATH BATTLE: Mutants are DICKS!

If mutants worked together they could change the world! Instead they just fight each other and make it worse!

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  • Jacecam32 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Jacecam

    6 months ago

    Iceman is actually like a thermal bomb when he goes Ice form. He'd incinerate almost anything around him. He'd be SO bad in reality. 

  • g1Zanon

    6 months ago

    apocalypse, if he were a good guy he would be helpful in a lot of ways.


    Apocalypse is extraordinarily intelligent and a scientific genius with knowledge in various areas of science and technology including Physics, Engineering, Genetics, and Biology, all of which are more advanced than conventional science. Apocalypse has knowledge of Celestial technology that he uses for his own applications, such as altering mutants or humans.


    Probably could cure a lot of stuff and help with a lot of things with his history as a mutant.

  • RTLstuff FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Normal Meat Person

    6 months ago

    Jean Grey and other telepaths would make for superb psychiatrists, if you don't mind a little invasion of privacy.

    • Campeli FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      5 months ago

      I think when it comes to therapy its kinda in the bylines that they are reading yer mind (not really). i'd totally go to regular sessions if my therapist had telepathic powers or even super empathetic powers.

  • g1lizardguy FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    6 months ago

    This argument can work for any super hero medium, but if we're only going to limit it to mutants, then here we go.

    You give Darwin every sickness and disease and his body will create life saving antibodies and revolutionize modern medicine. Hell, any Healing Factor based mutant would work for that.


    You put Quicksilver and other fast mutants on a treadmill, and you got infinite Hamster Wheel power.


    Any Telepath could be the biggest boon to Mental Health ever. Professor x and Jean Grey could easily cure all insanity with a bit of mind power and the right words.

  • DudebladeX FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    6 months ago

    Most of this would require humans to be less of pieces of shit, and stop hating on mutants to allow them to actually help out. I mean, c'mon. This is the Marvel Universe we're talking about here. I'm pretty sure that there has been at least one incident where one was fired just for being a mutant.


    Also, Storm manipulates weather. She doesn't create it. Bring rain to Africa? Way to go, Storm, you just caused Greenland to have a heat wave. Yeah, stopping tornadoes wouldn't be much of a problem, but she can't do stuff on this big a scale without causing some kind of damage.

    • RWBYRedMage FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      6 months ago

      Actually it doesn't.  It takes Prof X literally seconds to reprogram a mind, and he even does so, all the time, when it suits him.  He just never bothers to take 5 minutes, and calm a prison riot or two or maybe save a few suicidally depressed types.  It really it's that hard.


      And as far as getting people to love mutants...a few pro-humanity projects would go a long way but...Charles doesn't have to go so far as make people decide to love mutants, he can ensure people all SEE, HEAR and otherwise insert a few pro mutant messages here and there in the right place, and as a telepath he knowable more about what's people want to see and when then any marketing department in existence, without relying on cookies.