XJr-Beginnings: EdwardIt had been another one of those days. How long had it been? Three, four, five weeks?Too long. Didn't matter anymore, anyway. He was a freak. Everyone ignored him. Sure, he didn't have many friends before but now he had no one. Teachers, kids, care workers all pretended he didn't exist. Edward Toynbee...frog boy...social outcast.A few weeks ago, he had been a regular teenage guy with all the usual problems - but it had all changed. His skin had slowly become a pale green colour and also sticky. Dismissed by everyone, Edward was lonely child now. He sat at the back of the class, wrote what he was supposed to write, what he was supposed to do when he was supposed to do it but that got him nowhere. He even put his hand up occasionally to answer a question. Still nothing. Why bother? No one had time for the 'Frog Boy'.The day ended like every other day. Edward packed up his stuff and left the class with the rest of the kids. No one ran up to him to say bye or anything. Hands in pockets
XJr-Beginnings: JJShe stared at the ceiling, waiting for something to happen, humming tunelessly.Is this gonna be my life? J.J asked herself. This boring, shit assed existence that doesn't go anywhere? The door to her room banged open loudly and she sat up."What are you doing? Stop lying around and do something." A tall red haired woman barged in looking seriously fed up. " At least your sister has the decency to leave sometimes, but you just laze in this pit of a room and annoy me."J.J sighed deeply, "Do you mind knocking, i was contemplating life, and your noise is a bit distracting.""Don't talk back to me. I am your mother and you should show me the respect i deserve." The woman crossed her arms across her chest and scowled.Yeah bitch, I'll give you what you deserve, it's your own fault you're stuck with me. Hell, she didn't even have to be my mum. J.J raised herself off the bed and glared at her "Mother". " You want me to go out?" she said in a low dangerous tone."Then i will." Her mother was s
XJr-Beginnings: SkylarIt had been one of those awkward nights again."Mum! For God's sake! Whoever the hell this jerk 'Logan' guy is - he's gone! You have to get over it!" Skylar was sat beside her mother, who was sat on the sofa crying."No. He said he was coming back!" She managed to gasp through salty tears."Mum! STOP IT! Fucking hell!!" Skylar didn't even receive a punishment as she swore, violently.The girl left the women on the sofa. Her patience had been tested for the last time. She ran up the stairs and slammed her bedroom door shut."ARRRGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!" She roared with such intensity that the lampshade on the ceiling shook.That was it, she thought, I'm sick and tired of this place. I don't want to end up like that!!She began pounding at the walls, and even smashed the mirror. She held her hand, in pain, and look at it.She froze. Watching in amazement, she saw the wounds on her knuckles recede, until there was simply nothing left - only the blood that had already escaped."What the hell?
XJr-Xavier Family Genes."It's too bad the original X-Men disbanded. But that's why we have to put this new group together now, and it can only be done with the ancestors of the true X-Men!"Having grown up in the Xavier mansion, under his grandfather work, Dean Xavier had come to understand Charles's work. He knew that after the 'school for gifted youngsters' fell apart, there would be nobody to stop chaos ensuing from other, evil mutants.That was why he moved to England with his mother - to seek them out. Luckily he was not confined to a wheel chair as his grandfather had been. It was so much easier.Well, as easy as it was going to get. The easiest thing for him would be if they all walked up to him and said 'We want to be the XJr's, please'. Sadly, this was not going to happen, especially with the more stubborn ones. He just hoped he was not too late to convince them...