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As a child at the age of 12 in 1944, Charles met a shape-shifting girl named Raven, who had broken into his family's mansion and was scrounging for food. Overjoyed to meet someone else "different" like him, he invited her to live with his family. Raven and Charles soon become best friends.

A natural genius, Charles attended Oxford University (accompanied by Raven, now his foster sister), earning a Ph.D. in Genetics. After completing his thesis on genetic mutation at age 30, he is approached by Agent Moira MacTaggert of the CIA for his help to stop a mutant named Sebastian Shaw, who is working with the Soviet Union. MacTaggert introduces him and Raven to the CIA, where they prove to her chief, John McCone, that mutants exist and that Shaw is a threat. McCone refuses to employ them, but The Man in Black offers to be their sponsor.

Charles accompanies MacTaggert, MiB and a US Coast Guard assault team to arrest Shaw on his yacht. During the attack, his telepathy is blocked by Emma Frost. They also encounter Erik Lehnsherr, who was launching his own solo attack against Shaw at the time. When Shaw escapes in a submarine, Xavier prevents Lehnsherr from killing himself in an attempt to stop it and brings him to the CIA's secret Division X facility. There they meet a young scientist named Hank McCoy, a prehensile-footed mutant with enhanced intelligence, who Xavier identifies as a mutant. He then uses a mutant-locating device designed by Hank called Cerebro to find and recruit mutants to stop Shaw. Refusing CIA help, he and Lehnsherr travel the world, discovering and recruiting various mutants: exotic dancer Angel Salvadore (Tempest); taxi driver Armando Muñoz (Darwin); Army prisoner Alex Summers (Havok); and Sean Cassidy (Banshee). They also approach Canadian mercenary Wolverine (then known as James "Jimmy" Howlett), but he immediately rebuffs them.

Lehnsherr and Xavier collaborate with the CIA to find and capture Shaw, who was supposed to be meeting with a high-ranking Soviet general. Soon after their arrival, they discover that Frost has attended the meeting in his place, and capture her instead. Interrogating her leads to the revelation that Shaw intends to spark a third world war to wipe out humanity, leaving mutants as the dominant species. Meanwhile, the other Hellfire Club mutants attack Division X, converting Tempest to their cause and killing Darwin in the process.
With the facility destroyed, Xavier relocates the mutants to his family mansion. During their stay there, Xavier applies his telepathy to help Erik reach new heights of his magnetic ability. He also trains the other mutants to control their powers.

Xavier's new team is soon called into action when Shaw engineers a stand-off between amassed United States and Soviet naval forces. When a Soviet freighter is forcibly commandeered by the Hellfire Club and attempts to run the American blockade, Xavier telepathically searches the Soviet fleet in an attempt to locate Shaw but finds himself unable to do so because of a helmet Shaw possess that blocks all telepathic contact. Xavier then took mental control of a Soviet officer and had the man destroy the freighter, thus averting a nuclear catastrophe.

When Banshee volunteers to employ his sound generation power as a sonar, Xavier telepathically monitors his progress and is able to then guide the Blackbird to Shaw's submarine, where Lehnsherr magnetically extracts it from the water. The submarine and the Blackbird both crash shortly after, bringing both teams into direct conflict. Xavier stays with the jet and continues his search for Shaw by linking with Lehnsherr, who ventures into the stricken submarine alone. While Lehnsherr finds and kills Shaw, Xavier's attention is now turned to the new threat of the two naval fleets with crews who are rapidly becoming fearful of the mutants. The ships launch a combined missile/artillery strike against the mutants, which Lehnsherr quickly turns back on them. Xavier fights with Lehnsherr to prevent him from destroying the ships, but when MacTaggert fires a gun at Lehnsherr, a deflected bullet hits Xavier in the spine, rendering him unable to stand. A remorseful Erik leaves with Raven, Angel, and Shaw's enforcers Riptide and Azazel.
Later, a wheelchair-bound Xavier returns to the mansion where MacTaggert promises never to reveal his location. They kiss, whereupon Xavier wipes her memory of the events. He soon intends to establish a school for mutants at his family's Westchester mansion, which will also serve as a base of operations where he trains mutants for his personal team: the X-Men.

In 1965, Professor Xavier officially opened the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters. During that year, however, America assumed a direct military role in the Vietnam War. As the war escalated throughout the mid-late 1960s, many students and staff at the school were drafted into the military, and ultimately, the school was unable to function. By the early 1970s, Xavier's school was defunct, and he reverted his mansion to a private residence once again. His estate had also fallen into considerable neglect and disrepair.
By the late 1960s and early 1970s, Xavier himself had become somewhat of a recluse, living a mainly solitary life in his mansion - save for McCoy, who helped Xavier tend to the affairs of his estate. He had become embittered by both Erik Lehnsherr's alleged involvement in the Kennedy Assassination and by Raven's abandonment of him after years of being his foster-sister. Furthermore, during this time, McCoy developed a serum that not only regulated his own mutation but enabled Xavier to walk again. However, it also weakened his telepathic abilities.

Professor X used a serum to walk again, but that made him lose his powers.
As Wolverine wakes up in 1973, he encounters a young McCoy and Xavier and tells them that he was sent from the future; asking for his help to stop the war in the future. Professor X initially refuses to help, but then agrees, only for Raven. The three go to Peter Maximoff's house where they ask for his help to free Magneto.
Onboard a plane, Professor X and Magneto argue on how they abandoned each other and their kind. Wolverine, Charles, Erik and Hank arrive, where Erik plans to kill Mystique to prevent the program. She is shot in the leg before escaping through the window. Erik chases after her and pulls the bullet out of her leg and plans to kill her with that bullet, but Beast attacks Erik while Mystique escapes. After seeing Stryker, Wolverine briefly does not know why he’s there and who young Charles is.

Professor X refuses to take the serum, allowing him to use Cerebro to locate Mystique.
Back at the mansion, Charles eventually refuses to take the serum and uses Cerebro to find Mystique. His mind is not focused and telepathically talks to the older Professor X where he is asked to hope again. As Wolverine, Professor X and Hank go to the unveiling of the Sentinels to find Mystique, the Sentinels begin attacking the public, where President Nixon and Bolivar Trask are taken to a safe room, followed by Mystique in disguise. Mystique slightly grazes Magneto's neck with a plastic gun before being convinced by Professor X via telepathy to not kill Trask. Mystique agrees and as Magneto would be executed for his actions, Charles lets both go. At the same time, as a mutant was seen to save the President, the Sentinel program is decommissioned and Bolivar Trask arrested for trying to sell American military secrets, meaning Charles effectively finished what Wolverine started and changed the future.

After Logan wakes up, he sees that Storm, Kitty, Peter, Bobby, Hank, Rogue, Jean Grey and Cyclops all have survived. Logan then finds Charles, who told him he has a history class to teach. Upon telling Charles he needs to brush up on everything that happens after 1973, Charles realized this was the moment in the apocalyptic future Wolverine went back in time and the Wolverine he met in 1973 was finally back. Charles then tells Logan they have a lot of catching up to do and helps him brush up on everything that happened following his drowning by Magneto.

In 1983, Professor Xavier is teaching his students at his fully working School for Gifted Youngsters. He welcomes back Alex Summers and his brother Scott who he accepts into his school.
At night, during an earthquake, Charles walks in to check on Jean Grey who has a nightmare about the end of the world, but assures her that is was only a bad dream.

After learning from Hank that Moira MacTaggert was in Egypt when the earthquake began, he and Alex visit her at the CIA. From Moira, they learn that a group of fanatics had been worshipping an ancient being known as Apocalypse who is believed to have been the first mutant in existence. Returning to the X-Mansion with Moira Charles finds that Raven has returned alongside a young mutant she rescued named Kurt Wagner. Raven proceeds to ask for Charles help in locating Erik Lehnsherr who has resurfaced after his family had been killed. Using Cerebro Xavier manages to locate Magneto and begs him to come back to the X-Mansion. Apocalypse catches wind of this and takes control of Xavier through Cerebro.

Before getting controlled, Xavier is horrified and awestruck by Apocalypse's power. After Apocalypse uses Cerebro to convince the world's government to send their nuclear missiles into space, Xavier tells Alex to destroy Cerebro to keep Apocalypse from doing any further damage and knocking him unconscious in the process. Xavier is then kidnapped by Apocalypse and his Horsemen and taken to Cairo, Egypt where Apocalypse has Xavier use his powers to deliver a message to the whole world. While doing this, however, he manages to send a secret message to Jean telling her of their location. Apocalypse then proceeds to try and transfer his consciousness into Xavier's body so he can gain his powers of telepathy. The transfer begins and Xavier loses his hair in the process before he is saved by Nightcrawler. Following a failed escape attempt, Apocalypse proceeds to call out Xavier and reminds him they are still connected mentally. Xavier can do nothing but feel and listen as Mystique and Quicksilver are tortured.

Xavier, fortunately, remembers that he and Apocalypse do share a psychic connection that allows him to get inside Apocalypse head and overpower him. Apocalypse, however, eventually overcomes Xavier and proceeds to brutally beat him in the astral plane while Scott, Hank , and a reformed Magneto combat his physical body. All seems hopeless until Jean having unlocked the power of the Phoenix alongside a reformed Storm together vaporize Apocalypse on the astral plane and his physical body. Charles wakes up and gives Moira the memories from cuba and asks for her forgiveness. The next day Xavier and Lehnsherr talk about humanity still not accepting mutants and ask him if he is ever fearful that one day humans will come for the students Xavier responds that while it does bother him he feels confident he can protect them all and Erik parts on friendly terms with Charles. Charles proceeds to watch Raven train the new X-Men consisting of Cyclops, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, and Quicksilver in the Danger Room. Taken from here








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Charles Xavier comes from wealth and privilege, but that led to a lonely life. We first meet Charles as a little boy finding himself alone in the world, until one day he meets Raven, a mutant child much like himself alone and scared. Charles took her in as a little sister and built a life for them together. Charles has always had a kind and generous heart, which is shown early on in this act of kindness he shows a stranger.

Charles Xavier is my no means a saint. He certainly has his hubris, which he will admit but tends to dismiss without a second thought. He has come from a world of wealth, his firsthand experience of growing up with little to no personal interaction with his mother, to a man who has grown up making his decisions, molding his own vision of the world for a long time. Charles is a man who expects to get what he wants when he wants it. The word no is not in his vocabulary and early on tends to dismiss it out of hand. The level of arrogance that Charles shows as a young man only proves to be his ultimate undoing. Charles lacks the coping skills for most of the emotional upheaval that happens after the events in Cuba.

Charles, especially when we first meet him, is arrogant, some might say it is his biggest fault, despite his arrogance or maybe because of it, he is also very much an idealist. His idealism, however, gives him a Pollyanna, black and white version of the world. Charles lives in a world where he believes there are right and wrong, good and evil and no in between. He wants what is best for both man and mutant kind, and genuinely believes that a Utopia can and should exist. The thought of Mutants and humans living and working together, in harmony, being supportive of one another, side by side is a good one, but the problem is that Charles fails in executing his best intentions.

Charles is incredibly book smart, but he has led a sheltered life in most ways, and some might consider him spoiled. His world view before the beach in Cuba is somewhat skewed however because he has never had to hide his mutation like his sister Raven, or attacked by others like Erik. He has been free and clear of any consequences and recriminations for as long as he has been an adult. He is used to being the smartest person in the room and not above using his mutation to his advantage with the ladies in the pub. At University, his is cocky and arrogant, and that attitude makes it next to impossible to listen to anyone since he is so busy doing what he thinks is best.

Meeting Erik Lehnsherr is a defining, perhaps the most defining moment in Charles' life. He had never existed outside of the world of academia before meeting Erik. Some might argue that jumping into the water to save Erik was both the best and worst decision that he made. Meeting a fellow mutant, knowing that he was not alone, that he could help other people changed the trajectory of Charles' life. Up until that point in time, everyone in Charles' life fit into the place that Charles put them in, but no box could hold Erik. Still, Charles did not give up hope that somehow he could make him change. Charles learns through experience that not all people are something that he can control with the best of intentions.

Charles, because of his mutation, hear other people's thoughts when they don't shield their minds. He hears so many voices in his head that it can be overwhelming for him. His mutation forces him to be somewhat clinical in dealing with his environment. He has a detached way of dealing with the people around because it is easier for him. He is an attentive, enthusiastic and supportive teacher, but he fails to see the personal struggles that his friends and students are going experiencing. He gets caught up in his vision of how he wants things to be, that he loses sight of the reality of what is going on in the lives of the people closest to him.

An example of this is his strained relationship with his sister Raven. She lived with him, was the person who knew him best, but he couldn't see past his rose-colored vision of the world to see that there might be another side or another way of doing things. A lot had happened to Charles when he was younger that has shaped who the man he is to become. The events in Cuba, turned Charles from an eager, idealistic young man, to an angry, bitter, alcohol abusing man, because he was not prepared for the battle between Magneto and himself, or the divide between Raven and himself. For ten years, he coped by numbing his body with alcohol and his mind with a serum that Hank created that allowed him to walk, but the cost was the loss of his telepathy.

Charles is a broken man, and he likes it that way. He was a man who didn't believe in the future, who traded the ability to communicate with people for the ability to walk and sleep without hearing voices in his head. He is angry, cynical, and sarcastic. Unable to cope with the loss of Raven and Erik, he gives up his future and everyone's future and disavowed Raven and Erik.

His feelings of bitterness are strong, but he still cares deeply about people, including the people that have hurt him most in the world, proving that he is more than just the events that have shaped him. He is able to finally let go of his vision of the future, and actually see it for what it is, deeply flawed. He lets go of his overbearing attitude towards her and realizes that she and others like her are capable of making their own choices. The entire experience of going from losing his powers to regaining them has left Charles somewhat humbled, but no less determined, is finally able to shoulder the responsibility of other people's pain and suffering. He is able to focus his energy to help them through their pain instead of just ignoring it.

The new and improved Charles Xavier retains many of the most important traits of his original self, going through two timelines the way that he has, allows him to only retain bits and pieces of his more cynical side. He still has a hope and a belief that humans and mutants will rise to the occasion and fight for the betterment of the world. He knows that there are times when that has not happened and people that he loved have gotten hurt, which is one of the reasons that he fights so hard against the world that Apocalypse has envisioned, and why is hopeful for Erik that he has turned a corner, since Erik made the hard choice instead of the easy one. Even though he can be introverted and isolated at times, his belief in humanity has been restored. He has always believed that there was good in Erik, which is why he pushes past his abandonment issues and continues to reach out, despite evidence that he has no place in Erik's life. His faith in the work that he's doing for mutant kind is also restored and that is mostly thanks to Erik.







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Age: Mun and Muse over 21+

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OOC: Playing info

Backtagging: yes
Threadhopping: with permission
Fourthwalling: would perfer not
Offensive subjects (elaborate): not much offends me

Hugging this character: yes
Kissing this character: yes
Flirting with this character: Sure, although he is a bit rusty
Fighting with this character: He is a better verbal sparring partner
Injuring this character (include limits and severity): Minor injuries are fine, but anything major needs discussion
Killing this character: no
Using telepathy/mind reading abilities on this character: His Permissions post
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Name: Murgy
Age: 42
Contact: murgy31@gmail.com, bmurg13, and [plurk.com profile] murgy
Characters already in Medietas:Zoe Hart, Barry Allen, Natasha Romanoff, Tony Dinozzo, Grace Williams
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Character Basics
Character name: Charles Francis Xavier/Professor X
Character Journal: [personal profile] protectsthosewithout
Canon: X-Men movieverse
Canon Point: On the plane after Nightcrawler rescued him
Age: 51 (He is definitely older than he looks)
Icon: http://i.imgur.com/eFZjxdt.jpg

Canon Character Information
Appearance: Charles Xavier is described as somewhat as a stuffed shirt. He is more on the preppy side than not. Charles, originally had wavy brown hair, around collar length, but due to a recent showdown with Apocalypse, he is now bald as a cueball. It should also be noted, that while he stands at six ft. Tall, and is slender, he has been in a wheelchair since 1963, although in his mindscapes he has hair and Charles does walk. His dress is always professional, usually consisting of a button down shirt, or Henley and slacks and a blazer. His most important trait is when he is using his telepathy his places his index and middle fingers to his temple.

History: here and here and here

Personality:

Charles Xavier comes from wealth and privilege, but that led to a lonely life. We first meet Charles as a little boy finding himself alone in the world, until one day he meets Raven, a mutant child much like himself alone and scared. Charles took her in as a little sister and built a life for them together. Charles has always had a kind and generous heart, which is shown early on in this act of kindness he shows a stranger.

Charles Xavier is my no means a saint. He certainly has his hubris, which he will admit but tends to dismiss without a second thought. He has come from a world of wealth, his firsthand experience of growing up with little to no personal interaction with his mother, to a man who has grown up making his decisions, molding his vision of the world for a long time. Charles is a man who expects to get what he wants when he wants it. The word no is not in his vocabulary and early on tends to dismiss it out of hand. The level of arrogance that Charles shows as a young man only proves to be his ultimate undoing. Charles lacks the coping skills for most of the emotional upheaval that happens after the events in Cuba.

Charles, especially when we first meet him, is arrogant, some might say it is his biggest fault, despite his arrogance or maybe because of it, he is also very much an idealist. His idealism, however, gives him a Pollyanna, black and white version of the world. Charles lives in a world where he believes there are right and wrong, good and evil and no in between. He wants what is best for both man and mutant kind, and genuinely believes that a Utopia can and should exist. The thought of Mutants and humans living and working together, in harmony, being supportive of one another, side by side is a good one, but the problem is that Charles fails in executing his best intentions.

Charles is incredibly book smart, but he has led a sheltered life in most ways, and some might consider him spoiled. His world view before the beach in Cuba is somewhat skewed however because he has never had to hide his mutation like his sister Raven, or attacked by others like Erik. He has been free and clear of any consequences and recriminations for as long as he has been an adult. He is used to being the smartest person in the room and not above using his mutation to his advantage with the ladies in the pub. At University, his is cocky and arrogant, and that attitude makes it next to impossible to listen to anyone since he is so busy doing what he thinks is best.

Meeting Erik Lehnsherr is a defining, perhaps the most defining moment in Charles' life. He had never existed outside of the world of academia before meeting Erik. Some might argue that jumping into the water to save Erik was both the best and worst decision that he made. Meeting a fellow mutant, knowing that he was not alone, that he could help other people changed the trajectory of Charles' life. Up until that point in time, everyone in Charles' life fit into the place that Charles put them in, but no box could hold Erik. Still, Charles did not give up hope that somehow he could make him change. Charles learns through experience that not all people are something that he can control with the best of intentions.

Charles, because of his mutation, hear other people's thoughts when they don't shield their minds. He hears so many voices in his head that it can be overwhelming for him. His mutation forces him to be somewhat clinical in dealing with his environment. He has a detached way of dealing with the people around because it is easier for him. He is an attentive, enthusiastic and supportive teacher, but he fails to see the personal struggles that his friends and students are going experiencing. He gets caught up in his vision of how he wants things to be, that he loses sight of the reality of what is going on in the lives of the people closest to him.

An example of this is his strained relationship with his sister Raven. She lived with him, was the person who knew him best, but he couldn't see past his rose-colored vision of the world to see that there might be another side or another way of doing things. A lot had happened to Charles when he was younger that has shaped who the man he is to become. The events in Cuba, turned Charles from an eager, idealistic young man, to an angry, bitter, alcohol abusing man, because he was not prepared for the battle between Magneto and himself, or the divide between Raven and himself. For ten years, he coped by numbing his body with alcohol and his mind with a serum that Hank created that allowed him to walk, but the cost was the loss of his telepathy.

Charles is a broken man, and he likes it that way. He was a man who didn't believe in the future, who traded the ability to communicate with people for the ability to walk and sleep without hearing voices in his head. He is angry, cynical, and sarcastic. Unable to cope with the loss of Raven and Erik, he gave up his future and everyone's future and disavowed Raven and Erik.

His feelings of bitterness are strong, but he still cares deeply about people, including the people that have hurt him most in the world, proving that he is more than just the events that have shaped him. He can finally let go of his vision of the future, and see it for what it is, deeply flawed. He lets go of his overbearing attitude towards her and realizes that she and others like her are capable of making their choices. The entire experience of going from losing his powers to regaining them has left Charles somewhat humbled, but no less determined, is finally able to shoulder the responsibility of other people's pain and suffering. He can focus his energy to help them through their pain instead of just ignoring it.

The new and improved Charles Xavier retains many of the most important traits of his original self, going through two timelines the way that he has, allows him to only retain bits and pieces of his more cynical side. He still has a hope and a belief that humans and mutants will rise to the occasion and fight for the betterment of the world. He knows that there are times when that has not happened and people that he loved have gotten hurt, which is one of the reasons that he fights so hard against the world that Apocalypse has envisioned, and why is hopeful for Erik that he has turned a corner, since Erik made the hard choice instead of the easy one. Even though he can be introverted and isolated at times, his belief in humanity has been restored. He has always believed that there was good in Erik, which is why he pushes past his abandonment issues and continues to reach out, despite evidence that he has no place in Erik's life. His faith in the work that he's doing for mutant kind is also restored, and that is mostly thanks to Erik.

Charles lives in an idealistic world, and for many years, too many to count really. He has learned to depend on himself for everything. It wasn’t that much of stretch that he would extend his protection to his sister Raven. Charles has always thought he knew what was best for everyone around him; he took pride in it, but it turned out to be his hubris. Raven was the one person that Charles depended on to always be there for him, regardless of their ideologies he thought that she was the one person that would never abandon him. The three most defining things to ever happen to Charles, all happened at the same time, and it upended his entire would and caused him to question everything he thought he knew. Charles views Erik as a kindred spirit in a way. He was there when Charles needed someone to reach out to, someone to help. Erik was like him, and for the first time, he didn’t feel alone. He had Raven, yes, but he viewed Raven as someone that he had to protect whereas, with Erik he found himself an equal. The two men by no means had the same ideals, but on some level, Charles felt that they wanted the same things, but they just had different ways of achieving them. Charles paralysis at the hands of a man that he deemed to be his best friend, rocked everything that Charles knew or thought to his very core.

He didn't handle losing the use of his legs well at all. Charles is a man who is in control of all things in his life. He has carefully orchestrated his entire life, but losing the use of his legs is like losing his conductor's wand. His world has tilted on its axis, and it leaves him not thinking clearly. A man that is as influential as Charles would never give up his gift for anything if he hadn't been burdened with loss and grief. People say that pain makes a person do dumb things, and unfortunately, Charles Xavier is no exception. He believes that he has no place helping anyone when he couldn't even save Erik. It is that knowledge, and feeling of hopelessness that causes him to mute his power in favor of walking.

Charles' head is not a pleasant place to be most of the time, which is why he shields so well. He likes projecting the friendly man that he shows the world. In Charles’ head, it’s easier to believe the lie than face the truth of what he is, or what he believes he is. He is a man that is deserving of abandonment. He doesn’t deserve to have people in his life that care about him because he will only end up hurting the people that he loves most in the world. Raven choosing to leave with Erik and walk away from him, only cemented the thought that he isn’t good enough for anyone. Luckily for the world and his students, Charles was able to get out of his head and see the bigger picture. He has Logan to thank for that. Logan, a man that was full of rage and need, was able to put that aside to help his fellow mutants, and that act, showed Charles that he was not the center of the universe, that other people needed him, most importantly Raven.

Raven will always matter to Charles, even since he now fully accepts her mutation. She will always have the freedom to be who she wants and choose what she wants, even if her choices crush Charles’ soul. Watching Raven walk away from their family killed a part of him, it’s a part that only comes to life when she is around. She and Erik are always on the edge of Charles’ thoughts, which is why there is no hesitation on his part to reach out to Raven in Paris and DC, and once again try and reach Erik in Eygpt. Charles has a generous heart and a great capacity for love and friendship, and that will always include Raven and Erik.



Powers/Abilities/Talents: powers
AU/CR AU Addendum: N/A

What 4 items would you like your character to have with them on the island during their stay? His books, his chess set from First class, His Wheelchair, and his clothes.

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First Person: Test drive
Third Person: Test drive

Finally, out of the 4 words, pick one: Chimes, lake, gravel, or sun? Sun
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☄ First Impressions

♙ VISUAL: Charles Xavier is described as somewhat as a stuffed shirt. He is more on the preppy side than not. Charles, originally had wavy brown hair, around collar length, but due to a recent showdown with Apocalypse, he is now bald as a cueball. It should also be noted, that while he stands at six ft. Tall, and is slender, he has been in a wheelchair since 1963, although in his mindscapes he has hair and Charles does walk. His dress is always professional, usually consisting of a button down shirt, or Henley and slacks and a blazer. His most important trait is when he is using his telepathy his places his index and middle fingers to his temple. He has a scar on his lower back from where Erik extracted the bullet.

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everyday



♙ FASHION: His general look is kind of stuffy with tweed jackets and three piece suits. He has been known to relax though in Demin and t-shirts, but it isn't that often.
♙ DEMEANOUR: How does your character hold themselves? What kind of feel do they give off? Give a general sense of their attitude.
♙ AURAL:
here or Here He is very British and is able to translate any language using his power. He can also speak latin and learned the basics in German but is not fluent.
♙ OLFACTORY: These days, without the drugs and booze, Charles generally bathes everyday, and doesn't give off a smell really, unless of course it is someone that is used to being around him. He probably smells of old books slightly.
♙ MENTAL INFORMATION: Charles is a very powerful telepath. His powers are listed below for ease.

Telepathy - As the most powerful telepath in the world, Xavier has a wide array of telepathic powers. An example would be when Charles scan a person's brain and find any information he needs including memories. He used this power to help Logan unlock his memories, and in the 70's when he used this ability to search the mind of a woman, so he could see what flight Raven was going to take. Charles' telepathic abilities were so great that Apocalypse desired to possess his body despite already having extremely powerful telepathic abilities. And thanks to having his powers greatly enhanced by Apocalypse, Charles' telepathy is now at the point where he can communicate with everyone across the whole world without the aid of Cerebro (which was destroyed by Havok under Charles' orders, as Apocalypse was trying to take control of Cerebro).

Telepathic Cloak - He can make himself invisible by manipulating the minds of others. He used this to hide himself, Magneto, and all the assault troops while en route to the dacha of the Russian general without being detected while in the back of the caravan.

Telepathic Communication - He is able to telepathically communicate with others. He demonstrated this at the end of X-Men Origins: Wolverine when he communicated with a young Cyclops, and in X-Men: First Class when he communicated with Moira and Erik.

Mental Detection - He is able to sense where nearby mutants are. He demonstrated this when he sensed that
Rogue had left the mansion and was at the train station. This ability is enhanced when he uses Cerebro. He was also able to find out that Jean Grey had left the X-mansion in X-Men: The Last Stand.

Mind Control - He is able to manipulate the minds of others to get them to do what he wants them to do. He does not like using this ability to make people do what he wants them to do all the time as he said when talking to Magneto while going to Jean Grey's house when she was a child.

Mental Possession - He is able to enter the mind of another to control their body and see from their perspective. He demonstrated this at the dacha of a Russian general and possessed the mind of a guard.

Mental Sedation - He can make others fall asleep simply by telling them to.

Mind Transferal - When his body was destroyed in X-Men: The Last Stand, he transferred his consciousness into a host body, which is seemingly an advanced version of mental possession. Although, this is never explained or made clear. It is believed the body he transferred himself to is his brain dead twin brother Patrick, his powers being enough to resuscitate the body, though the body shared Charles partial paralysis.
Paralyzation - He can mentally paralyze others, making it appear as if time has been stopped, although he could also paralyze only the body without rendering people's minds frozen as well. He shows this first at the beginning of X2: X-Men United. If Charles transfers much of himself to possess and paralyze the body, he can feel pain and discomfort his target feels as if he was experiencing it himself, though without any harm coming to his real body.

Mental Link - He has the ability to develop a mental link with any person which remains as a connection to that individual. This was shown when Jean Grey linked with him to communicate with the others in the X-Jet before perishing. In X-Men: Days of Future Past, Charles uses this power to project his mind into the future by linking the future Wolverine's mind and use them as a bridge to it where he is able to connect to and converse with his future self.

Mnemokinesis - He can manipulate the memories individuals. Xavier can erase, restore, or even implant false memories into a person's mind.

Memory Implantation - He once threatened Wolverine, that he could make him believe he was a six-year-old girl.

Mental Amnesia - He has the ability to cause loss of particular memories and amnesia in another person or group of people. This was demonstrated at the end of X-Men: First Class. Here, he used this power while passionately kissing the beautiful Moira MacTaggert and makes her forget all the time that she spent with Xavier and the mutants (although she recalls fragments, including the kiss). This might have been used to save himself and made it look like Jean killed him in X-Men: The Last Stand.

Memory Restoration - As shown in X-Men: Apocalypse, Along with erasing memories, Charles has the ability to restore a person's memories as well. This was demonstrated when he restored the memories of Moira MacTaggert, which he had initially erased, causing her to remember all the time she spent with him.

Telepathic Illusion - Charles is able to generate realistic illusions. In X-Men: First Class, Charles could make himself and others invisible to others. In X-Men: Days of Future Past the Professor X uses this power to convince Mystique to not kill Bolivar Trask. His illusions took the form of himself, but able to stand. Any damages he had on his body would appear on his projection. His illusion based projection allowed him to perceive events from afar with only his projection being present.

Psychic Barriers - Charles was able to put mental blocks in Jean Grey's mind so she couldn't unlock the Phoenix part of her personality.

Psionic Blasts - When his powers were boosted by Cerebro, Charles had enough power to cause every mutant in the world to experience a lethal, excruciating pain. He was also able to make every human experience the same lethal pain when Magneto reversed Cerebro. These blasts could not effect Magneto, as he was wearing his helmet.

Psionic Resistance - According to William Stryker, the mind control serum will have no effect on Xavier, as his resistance to other people's telepathy make it very difficult to control him. He can resist psychic attacks from others and protect his allies. It is likely Emma Frost could not telepathically attack Xavier or Erik as Xavier defended both their minds from her, though he did feel a slight sting from her when trying to read her mind.
♙ MAGICAL INFORMATION:A magical being would be able to sense the mental barriers that Charles keeps up at all times.


☄ OOC

☄ BACKTAGGING: yes
☄ FOURTHWALLING: I'm okay with it
☄ PHYSICAL AFFECTION: Charles is a very Tactile person, and enjoys the physical comforts that he was denied.
☄ PHYSICAL VIOLENCE: He is the most powerful telepath in the world, save for the Mod-imposed NPC game breaky restrictions. He will not react well to being attacked physically or mentally given what he just went through with Apocolypse.
☄ RELATIONSHIPS: I'm good with Canon or Cross canon relationships.



☄ Permissions

♙ FIRST THING: Can Charles read your characters thoughts? He has the ability to go into someone's mind and extract information. That includes being able to hear a character's thoughts. Obviously, I want to avoid God-modding, but given that it is a big part of who he is, I wanted to make sure it was okay. If yes, what limitations?
♙ SECOND THING: Can Charles teleport your character to a mindscape? It would basically be a telepathic illusion and your character would not be injured at all. Charles would be able to walk in these cases and it would be real for the characters involved.
♙ THIRD THING: Can Charles communicate with your character telepathically if they are able, and if not, can he speak as a voice in your characters thoughts? If yes, limitations?
♙ THIRD THING: Can Charles restore your character's memories? He has the ability, if he can find something inside your head that your character has forgotten, and give the memory back to them? If yes, Limitations?
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