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Issue:	Storm 1
Date:	Feb-96
Story:	Sunburst and Snowblind (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm 
Regular Characters:	Wolverine, Forge, Prof. X,
Cyclops, Jean Grey
Guest Stars:	Cable
Villains:	Mikhail Rasputin, Callisto, Gene Nation 
including Marrow (all in flashback), Marilou 
(see iss. 3)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Warren Ellis
	Pencils: Terry Dodson
	Inks: Karl Story
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Rosas, Lenshoek, Malibu's Hues
	Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Cable goes into the Morlock tunnels and
finds 
Ororo, unconscious under rubble. 
	Earlier that day: she finds Logan eating fried 
chicken in the woods around the mansion and 
tells him she's a murderer (UXM 325). She 
blames herself for not being a better leader to 
the Morlocks and letting them become Gene 
Nation, and now she doesn't know how to 
make up for it. She goes downtown to find out 
from Cable how to perform the ceremony of 
light (Cable 15). She calls Forge, still unsure 
what she wants from their relationship. Logan 
suggests Xavier should talk to her, but he says 
he's not good at father advice.
	Ororo goes to the Morlock cathedral and 
adjusts the mirrors, seeing ghosts from her 
past. Cable, on the streets above, senses 
something's wrong and telepathically scans 
for her. Ororo says she's sorry, as the light 
fills the cathedral; then a portal opens, a hand 
reaches for her, and she blasts it with 
lightning, collapsing the ceiling.
	Cable goes to Westchester to tell the X-Men 
that Ororo is dead, and Jean confirms it 
telepathically, but they're still not convinced. 
The police have the body.
	Ororo finds herself on a barren world, where 
Mikhail Rasputin took the Morlocks (UXM 
293).


Issue:	Storm 2
Date:	Mar-96
Story:	The Ghost Has No Home (21 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm 
Regular Characters:	Cyclops, Jean Grey
Guest Stars:	Cable
Villains:	Tobe, Mikhail Rasputin, Callisto; Marrow (in

flashback)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Warren Ellis
	Pencils: Terry Dodson
	Inks: Karl Story
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Ariane Lenshoek
	Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Ororo realizes the landscape is one huge
slope 
and goes uphill past poisonous lizards and 
dead men's bones. She begins to learn to 
control its atmosphere, but acid rain starts to 
fall, so she runs for shelter.
	Cable looks at Piotr's portrait of Ororo, 
surprised how much her death has affected 
him. His father talks to him, saying he's not 
convinced she's dead.
	Ororo gets angry and takes control of the 
weather. She comes across a steel forest and 
realizes it is technological, like Gene Nation's 
armor. She finds their huts and gets blasted by 
Tobe. She considers killing them all, but settles 
for knocking them out. She finds one and 
interrogates him; he says they're all trying to 
get uphill: survival of the fittest. 
	Jean tells Cable about Ororo's history: born in 
Harlem, parents moved to Egypt and killed, 
Ororo trapped in the rubble with her mother's 
corpse, lived on the street as a pickpocket till 
Xavier recruited her.
	Ororo flies over hand-to-hand combatants to 
the citadel on the summit, where Mikhail says 
he brought her to this world to be his 
companion.


Issue:	Storm 3
Date:	Apr-96
Story:	The Tinderbox of a Heart (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm 
Regular Characters:	 
Guest Stars:	Cable, Forge
Villains:	Mikhail Rasputin, Callisto, Gene Nation 
including Marrow (in flashback), Pain, Snow, 
Loss, Glass, Charm
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Warren Ellis
	Pencils: Terry Dodson
	Inks: Karl Story
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Lenshoek, Hoston
	Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Cable breaks into the X-Men's communication 
room and calls Forge to tell him Ororo is 
probably dead. He had just talked to her, and 
thinks she wanted to break up. 
	Mikhail looks over his subjects as they 
struggle to climb up the hill; he kicks one off 
the cliff and tells him to evolve stronger 
fingers. Ororo is considering his offer to help 
him lead Gene Nation. Rattled by recent 
failures, she doesn't want to make a decision 
without considering its long-term 
consequences, and she remembers an African 
village brought to drought by that kind of 
mistake. 
	She is impaled by a dart tied to a tether: Gene 
Nation is trying to drag her off the citadel. She 
blasts them with lightning, then regrets killing 
them, but Mikhail says no one dies in this 
world except of old age, and her wound is 
already healed. 
	He introduces her to Gene Nation, those who 
have made it into the citadel. He is sending 
them on a mission to destroy X-Factor's 
headquarters with a bomb. Ororo confronts 
them, and a knife fight begins, but Callisto 
interrupts. Suddenly, Mikhail is in pain, 
involuntarily opening a portal. Ororo puts a 
knife to his throat, demanding to be returned 
home; Callisto says she'll kill him if he does, 
like she killed Marilou to impersonate Ororo's 
corpse. Gene Nations says either way, they'll 
detonate the bomb. 


Issue:	Storm 4
Date:	May-96
Story:	She Will Destroy You (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm 
Regular Characters:	 
Guest Stars:	Cable, Jean Grey, Cyclops, Iceman,
Wolverine, 
Beast
Villains:	Mikhail Rasputin, Callisto, Gene Nation 
including Pain, Snow, Loss, Glass, Charm, 
Marrow; Dark Beast
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Warren Ellis
	Pencils: Terry Dodson
	Inks: Karl Story
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Ariane Lenshoek, Malibu
	Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Ororo orders Mikhail to teleport the entire 
hill.
	Cable goes to the ruins of the Morlock 
cathedral to apologize, since he never got to 
know her. He telekinetically lifts all the 
broken pieces of glass and lets the light in; 
Mikhail's portal is triggered and everyone 
comes pouring through. Ororo tells him 
there's a bomb, so he grabs it telekinetically, 
and Ororo raises a wind to blow it up to the 
street, where it explodes in the sky. Cable 
grabs Mikhail and punches him out, then tells 
Ororo they though she was dead. Callisto 
pulls a gun on them, and Ororo blasts it with 
lightning, and the metal shards scar her face 
anew. Ororo has decided not to try to be her 
friend, but her nightmare. She tells Cable to 
call the X-Men, before Gene Nation recovers 
and flees. He contacts Jean telepathically, 
waking her. Callisto runs off, and Marrow 
helps her: she had a second heart. Mikhail 
teleports himself away, despite Ororo's 
lightning, and Gene Nation thinks she's killed 
him, so they accept her leadership. The X-
Men arrive, and Ororo decides to take Gene 
Nation to Africa, to rebuild a starved-out 
village.
	Deep in the tunnels, Dark Beast plots revenge. 
Mikhail had been working for him, and he 
planned for Nation to be his soldiers. Ororo 
designs a new uniform for herself and shows 
her navel.


Issue:	X-Men vs. The Brood 1
Date:	Sep-96
Story:	Day of Wrath Part 1 (48 pages)
Feature Characters:	Phoenix, Cyclops, Prof. X, Storm,
Cannonball, 
Bishop, Wolverine, Beast, Iceman
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Brood including Hannah Connover, Josey 
Thomas, Fred, Nancy; Firstborn Brood
Other Characters:	Rev. William Connover; John and
Elaine Grey, 
Joey and Gailyn
Credits:	Writer: John Ostrander
	Pencils: Bryan Hitch
	Inks: Paul Neary 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Joe Rosas, Malibu
	Editor: Jaye Gardner
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this takes place before UXM 333.
	Hannah dreams of the Brood empress as she is 
made into a queen. They use other species to 
lay eggs, as slaves, and for food. Hannah 
resists, so the empress sends the Firstborn.
	In a motel in Sedona, Arizona, Jean wakes, 
having shared the nightmare. She checks on 
her family, sleeping peacefully in their rooms, 
then goes with Scott to investigate, contacting 
Xavier to send the rest of the team. He briefs 
them first (cf. UXM 162-167). 
	The Connovers run a religious tent show, and 
Hannah do healings ever since she was 
treated for arthritis by Josey Thomas (UXM 
232-234), who implanted her with a Brood 
egg. She won't tell William about her 
nightmares, or that she implanted eggs in all 
those she healed. Listening to his sermon of 
peace, love, and righteousness, she was 
reconverted and won't serve the Brood any 
longer.
	Jean senses Hannah is the Queen, and that she 
is fighting it off. Hannah rides into town with 
two of her nest, who aren't aware they're 
Brood, while William frets about the changes 
he sees and prays for her.
	Thomas welcomes the arrival of the Firstborn, 
who will kill Hannah and her nest; they don't 
take human form, and they die when their 
task is done. She leads them to Hannah and 
outlives her usefulness, so they kill her. 
Hannah's nest protects her, local policemen 
bravely pull their guns, Scott and Jean come to 
the rescue, and then the rest of the X-Men 
arrive. Much fighting. Scott's visor and 
Bobby's arm get damaged; Ororo charges 
Bishop with lightning; Logan's claws can 
pierce them through the inside of the mouth; 
Sam charges into one and gets knocked by its 
tail; Hank rescues the driver of an oil truck 
just before it explodes. The Brood retreat for 
now.
	Logan wants to kill Hannah, but Jean says she 
has been able to retain her humanity, and 
Bishop confirms there were benign Brood in 
his time. Hank wants to determine why she's 
been able to resist; Sam suggests it's a miracle. 
Hannah's nest comes to protect her and attack 
till Hannah orders them to stop. She says it's 
her fault they were all infected, and the 
Empress will keep sending assassins till they 
get her, so she asks the X-Men to kill her 
before anyone else dies.


Issue:	X-Men vs. The Brood 2
Date:	Oct-96
Story:	Day of Wrath Part 2 (48 pages)
Feature Characters:	Phoenix, Cyclops, Prof. X, Storm,
Cannonball, 
Bishop, Wolverine, Beast, Iceman; Havok (in 
flashback)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Brood including Hannah Connover, Randy, 
Edwina, Thomas, Maryanne, Felipe; Firstborn 
Brood
Other Characters:	Rev. William Connover
Credits:	Writer: John Ostrander
	Pencils: Bryan Hitch, Sal Velluto
	Inks: Paul Neary, Andy Lanning, Harry 
Candelario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Shannon Blanchard, Tom Vincent, 
Malibu
	Cover: Carlos Pacheco, Paul Neary 
	Editor: Jaye Gardner
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	The police tell William about the X-Men 
protecting his wife from the Brood. He 
remembers the X-Men and considers them 
good people. He prays that Hannah will come 
back safe.
	Logan is ready to kill Hannah, but Scott says 
the X-Men don't kill to save life. Jean insists 
she can fight to keep her humanity, like Logan 
himself. But Hannah wants to die, and she has 
her nest attack so she can get away. One 
catches Sam around the throat, and Logan 
nearly goes feral, but Jean telepathically calms 
him, and the Brood run off to their queen. The 
team splits up to search for them, and pairs of 
them debate the wisdom of letting a Brood 
live.
	The Firstborn attack Hannah's nest in the 
desert, and she feels each of them die. She 
prays to God, and resists the Empress unto 
death. Logan and Jean arrive and hold off the 
Brood till the team reassembles. The battle is 
intense, and William sees the lights in the 
desert and goes to find his wife. Jean pushes 
the Brood off, then telekinetically tosses 
Hannah to Sam, to get her to safety. The 
Firstborn retreat. 
	Jean has a plan: let Bobby freeze Hannah to 
stop her brain activity, and the Firstborn will 
think she died. Logan still thinks they should 
kill her. 
	The Firstborn recognize William and capture 
him. Hannah gives in to her Brood nature, 
knocks Sam down, and runs to her husband. 
He sees what she has become, but she's still 
his wife. She protects him; he says her sins 
were against her will (and that Judas's 
betrayal wasn't a sin, ignoring John 
13:2,11,27). The X-Men come to their rescue.
	Jean mindlinks Hank and Bobby, so he will 
know how to freeze Hannah. The Firstborn 
think she's dead, so they kill each other to 
complete their mission. The X-Men leave 
William in the desert and take the Hannah-
cicle to a stasis chamber, which they send to 
Muir. 
	William preaches, on faith, love, and hope.


Issue:	Magneto 1
Date:	Nov-96
Story:	Return of the Messiah (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Joseph (later revealed to be a
clone of 
Magneto, see X-Men II:86) 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Rogue
Villains:	Acolytes including Amelia Voght, Joanna 
Cargill, Scanner, Exodus, Fabian Cortez, the 
Kleinstocks, Kamal, Orator; Humanity's Last 
Stand including Larry Trask, Col. Julian 
Armstrong, Razors
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Peter Milligan, Jorge Gonzalez
	Pencils: Kelley Jones
	Inks: John Beatty
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Brad Vancata, GCW
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Joseph investigates his past as Magneto and 
learns that part of Avalon crashed in the 
Andes (X-Men II:43). Rogue shows up and 
yells at him, first for breaking into Xavier's 
computer, then for trying to learn about 
Magneto. The X-Men don't want him to revert 
to villainy, but he asserts he's a new man, and 
he needs to confront his past. She lets him go. 
Voght observes.
	Joseph tracks debris through the jungle and 
falls into a pit. He finds a shrine containing 
fragments of Avalon and is blasted by a 
likeness of Magneto. Acolytes swarm around 
him, then welcome him as a mutant. They 
wonder if he's really Magneto.
	Exodus oversees the construction of New 
Avalon, at the North Pole. He has Voght 
captive: she betrayed him, since the launching 
of New Avalon will cause a fissure in the 
earth's crust. She is unrepentant, so he decides 
to execute her, but Cortez (last seen killed by 
Exodus in Avengers 369) shows up and stops 
him. He has repented and now pledges 
himself to Exodus and pleads for Voght's life. 
Exodus grants a stay while he considers all 
this. Voght tells Cortez about Joseph.
	In the Andes, Joseph tries to convince the 
Acolytes that the X-Men are right, but 
Humanity's Last Stand has been active in the 
area, and peaceful coexistence seems 
unrealistic. Just then their Razors attack, and 
Joseph is drawn into the battle, and his power 
convinces everyone that he is Magneto, but he 
refuses to lead the Acolytes, and he flees into 
the jungle, where he finds the remains of 
Magneto's quarters. He looks through 
recordings and is impressed and horrified.
	Cortez finds him there and asks for help. 
Joseph insists he's not Magneto, but he agrees 
to impersonate him. 


Issue:	Magneto 2
Date:	Dec-96
Story:	Atonement (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Joseph 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Fabian Cortez, Acolytes including Kamal, the

Kleinstocks, Scanner, Joanna Cargill, Amelia 
Voght, Exodus, Orator; Humanity's Last Stand 
including Larry Trask, Col. Julian Armstrong, 
Razors
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Peter Milligan, Jorge Gonzalez
	Pencils: Kelley Jones
	Inks: John Beatty
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Cortez coaches Joseph as he tries to 
impersonate the old, demagogic Magneto. 
Acolytes arrive and attack him, but Joseph 
commands them to stop. Scanner tells him 
Cortez tried to kill Magneto (X-Men II:3), but 
Cortez talks his way out of it, convincing 
Joseph he just wants to stop Exodus.
	Armstrong has located the Acolytes in the 
Andes, but Trask pulls the Razors back, 
planning to launch missiles to kill Magneto. 
Armstrong disobeys orders, wanting to avenge 
his dead brothers (Bobby, Sam, Ethan) on 
Magneto himself. 
	Voght refuses to tell Exodus where Cortez 
went, so he lets an alien parasite attack and 
lay eggs in her.
	Joseph offers to lead the Acolytes to New 
Avalon, but they convince him they have to 
beat off the Razors first. They do, but 
Armstrong takes Orator hostage. Joseph 
orders his Acolytes to back down, then 
disables Armstrong's gun and then carries 
him to safety. He doesn't like being Magneto, 
and now has to justify himself again to the 
Acolytes. He realizes the missiles are 
approaching, locked onto his bio-signature. 
He magnetically opens a fissure in the earth 
and flies into it; the missiles follow; he flies up 
and traps them underground, where they 
explode harmlessly. The Acolytes acclaim him. 
He merges the remains of Avalon into a 
transport to take them all to the North Pole.
	Exodus thinks he's ready for Joseph's arrival.


Issue:	Magneto 3
Date:	Jan-97
Story:	Kill Zone (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Joseph 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Acolytes including Amelia Voght, Exodus, 
Joanna Cargill, Fabian Cortez; Humanity's Last 
Stand including Larry Trask
Other Characters:	Marion Armstrong and children
including 
Jake
Credits:	Writer: Peter Milligan, Jorge Gonzalez
	Pencils: Kelley Jones
	Inks: John Beatty
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Joseph goes to Kansas to tell Armstrong's
wife 
that he was killed in the line of duty. Their son 
blames mutants and vows to avenge his 
father, and when Joseph tries to dissuade him, 
they realize he's a mutant. They neighbors 
come running with weapons, so he flees.
	He tells the Acolytes he's not really Magneto 
and renounces his crimes. He doesn't think he 
can convince Exodus not to launch New 
Avalon, but Cortez says he's their only hope. 
Exodus considers blasting their craft out of the 
sky, but there's a chance Joseph really is 
Magneto, so he lets them through. The base 
rises from the ice; a satellite overhead detects 
this and alerts Trask. 
	Joseph takes charge, impressing even Exodus, 
and then, on Cortez's advice, kisses Voght. 
This shows Exodus he's a fraud, and he blasts 
away. They debate methods and fight, while 
Acolytes battle Acolytes. Cortez, who wanted 
them to kill each other and leave him in 
charge, realizes there may not be anyone left 
to lead. Joseph orders his team to stop 
fighting, and he is blasted out of New Avalon, 
falling through the ice and permafrost into the 
earth's interior. 
	Exodus's dream is dead, and he decides to 
accept Cortez's explanation and execute 
Voght. Joseph returns to Cortez, saying 
Magneto's persona has returned.


Issue:	Magneto 4
Date:	Feb-97
Story:	Spectres (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Joseph 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Rogue
Villains:	Acolytes including Amelia Voght, Exodus, 
Fabian Cortez, Joanna Cargill, the Kleinstocks; 
Humanity's Last Stand including Larry Trask
Other Characters:	Marion Armstrong and children
including 
Jake
Credits:	Writer: Peter Milligan, Jorge Gonzalez
	Pencils: Kelley Jones
	Inks: John Beatty, Mark Heike, Jim Sanders III
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/AD
	Colors: Brad Vancata, Graphic Color Works
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Joseph tells the Acolytes he's Magneto now; 
Exodus dares him to prove it, so he blasts him. 
The fight their way out of the base, while 
Humanity's Last Stand gets a fix on their 
location and sends fighter jets. Cortez 
manifests a new power and traps Voght in an 
energy bubble, suffocating her, but the other 
Acolytes force him to stop, and Voght turns to 
mist, then punches him. Joseph and Exodus 
ally to defend against the jets; Voght follows 
them, and Joseph assures her he's really 
Magneto now, having rejected kindness 
because of his failure with the Armstrong 
family.
	Trasks's pet general has data that New 
Avalon's launch will disrupt the atmosphere, 
so he wants to alert the president and the UN 
to get backup. Trask shoots him in the head: 
he wants a disaster, in order to galvanize 
sentiment against mutants. 
	Joseph sends missiles back to the jet that 
launched them, but has misgivings about 
killing and turns them away. Voght realizes if 
he's forced to kill, it could damage his shaky 
psyche, so she manages to teleport herself 
onto one of the jets, knocks out the pilot, and 
tries to eject him, but the jet crashes into New 
Avalon. Joseph, angered, throws the rest of the 
missiles into space, removes the engines from 
the jets, and captures the pilots. They assume 
he's going to kill them, but he says he'll send 
them back to civilization. 
	Voght tells Joseph about Magneto's family: 
parents and sister killed in Auschwitz, 
daughter burned by an arsonist, wife left him 
when he killed in retaliation. Joseph 
understands Magneto's anger and realizes he 
almost fell into the same trap. 
	Joseph impersonates Magneto long enough to 
order the Acolytes to disband; Cortez has 
already escaped. Joseph goes back to 
Westchester, where Rogue greets him. 
	In Kansas, Mrs. Armstrong decides to talk to 
her son, before he becomes consumed with 
hate, like his father.


Issue:	Juggernaut 1
Date:	Apr-97
Story:	A Night in Spite? (39 pages)
Feature Characters:	Juggernaut (Cain Marko)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	 
Villains:	Marvin T. Rocksalt, Cletus; Spite (as Alex),

D'Spayre (as Black Tom Cassidy)
Other Characters:	Clarke, Cookie, Sheriff Howitzer
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: Duncan Rouleau 
	Inks: Steve Moncuse 
	Letters: Virtual Calligraphy
	Colors: Chris Eliopoulos 
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Sirroco Sprawl, NM, is the armpit of the 
Southwest. A local bar is being terrorized a 
thug, Rocksalt, who is too big for anyone to 
stop. But Juggernaut is there tonight, angry 
that they've interrupted Patsy Cline on the 
jukebox, and then Rocksalt accuses him of 
drinking light beer. He beats him and his 
truck, and Alex sarcastically congratulates 
him. She's a gorgeous blonde with an all-body 
snake tattoo; he's just drunk a keg by himself; 
they leave together.
	A mysterious someone on an alternate plane 
observes Alex, his dead sister, and then 
possesses the sheriff while he investigates the 
damage. Alex leads Juggernaut on a rampage 
through the town, avenging petty wrongs. The 
townsfolk come to him and ask to be killed, 
strangely suicidal. Alex senses her brother in 
the steel mill, so she tells Juggernaut a sob 
story and gets him to defend her.
	Black Tom shows up, no longer merged with 
wood (Generation X 25). He hits Juggernaut 
over the head, saying he can't leave him alone 
for a minute, then blasts Alex, revealing her to 
be Spite (X-Men Unlimited 13), then he 
continues to insult Juggernaut's stupidity till 
he slaps him, accidentally impaling him on his 
shillelagh (predicted in X-Men Unlimited 12). 
Juggernaut is distraught, then turns against 
Spite, till Tom reveals himself to be D'Spayre.
	D'Spayre and Spite both feed on the emotions 
of human misery, and he is feeding on 
Juggernaut, the vessel of Cyttorak. He looses 
his demons on the town. Juggernaut tries to 
fight him, although Spite says he's using his 
own power against him, and winds up 
submerged in molten steel. He rises, and he 
and Spite attack D'Spayre but are quickly 
defeated. She bemoans the fact that her 
brother always wins; that strikes a chord in 
Juggernaut, who confronts D'Spayre again, 
only to get the sum of all his life's worst 
moment thrown at him. Juggernaut says he 
always deals with despair by getting mad. 
Rage and hate feed him, even though he's 
reduced to bare skeleton, and Spite uses his 
distraction to drain Cyttorak's power from her 
brother. She does the honorable thing and 
returns it to Juggernaut, filling out his body 
again. She flies away, and the townsfolk 
throw a party to thank Juggernaut, which 
goes well until they offer him light beer.



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