A mutant with time-altering powers could rewrite the entire history of the Marvel Universe.
Flashpoint was one of the biggest events in DC
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Los X-Men They may be experiencing one of the most difficult moments in their history. With Fall of X about to begin, the mutants find themselves surrounded by the joint plans of their most powerful enemies such as the criminal organization known as Orchis. Despite this, the X-Men They feature some of the strongest characters in the Marvel Universe. The latest events linked to mutants such as Sins of Sinister have shown the true potential of many X-Mengiving them the ability to wipe out entire worlds if they wish.
A mutant with time-altering powers could rewrite the entire history of the Marvel Universe
One of these X-Men has an ability reminiscent of the iconic Flash of DC as it has been revealed that he is capable of going back in time and potentially rewriting all of history based on his actions. Now the universe forces them to face the limits of their abilities that even they themselves do not know. The X-Men capable of changing the events of the Marvel Universe’s past is known as Tempo.
Tempo has become one of the strongest mutants in the nation of krakoa. The character has the incredible ability to control the flow of time, making her a very powerful member of the X-Men. However, Tempo is still driven by her own motivations and does not have a very close commitment to Krakoa. This means that she is very amenable to using her powers for her own goals, just as she does in the comic. Bishop’s War College #4. Now, Marvel has set the stage for Tempo in their own version of Flashpoint of DCforcing her to face the same thing as Barry Allen when he decided to save his mother, which ended up triggering almost the destruction of the entire DC Universe.
Tempoalso known as Heather Tucker, is one of the most dangerous mutants since it has the ability to speed up or slow down time at its own will. Her first appearing as a member of the Stryfe’s Mutant Liberation FrontTempo barely appeared at the events of X-Men until the nation of Krakoa. At present, groups like the marauders have used their full potential, which has allowed Krakoa take root and be better seen by society. While working with Bishop and their students in his new attack on Krakoa, Bishop y Tempo they traversed different timelines into a new reality.
In this world, Tempo is apparently a powerless human who has dedicated her life to researching all about mutant DNA in much the same way as Moira. MacTaggert in the main continuity of Marvel Universe. In an explosion that nearly killed many civilians, including Heather’s father, Tempo is forced to slow down time to avoid explosion damage. Though tearfully she tries to convince Bishop that he can save his father who is also dead in the Tierra-616, Bishop tries to convince her that some things cannot be changed, since doing so would open the way to a new potential future. However, his efforts seem to make things worse, which is similar to when other heroes have tried to do similar things.
In an alternate timeline in which the X-Men ensured the creation of Thresholdit makes sense that Tempo he might have believed that he would have a chance to reunite with his family using all his powers. This is something very similar to the decisions she made sprinter barry allen in the dc universe when he decided to save his mother by creating Flashpoint.
Even though I knew the risks, The Flash he ran fast enough to go back in time to discover that meddling with time could rewrite all of history. This could work in a very similar way for Tempowhose intervention in another timeline may have prepared her for the attack because it is being carried out by the Iron Man of that world.
The growing importance of Tempo in the Krakoa style highlights how the X-Men have obtained tool to change the universe permanently, but also show how it could become a dark force in the Marvel Universe. own Tempo she has repeatedly warned her allies of the inherent danger of her powers, but the prospect of saving a parent was enough to motivate her into dangerous territory.
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