But really, I don't think the X-Men as a whole refuse to accept her as one of them. Cyclops, Beast, Wolverine and Xavier aside, Angel, Iceman and many other like (or at least don't dislike) her; Rogue, Havok, Gambit and Polaris were willing to follow her in Milligan's X-Men run. Not to mention some of her students (who's the important part of the X-Men community and will be the X-members in the future lol). So in my opinion, some of them, say, Kitty or Storm, still consider Emma as a reformed villain who they have no choice but to work with; but there still are many other members accept her as an X-Men, a indispensable one.
But well, we'll see Emma cooperating with Avengers in Age of Ultron, without Cyclops around. Let's see how those non-X-men superheroes view her lol.
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In dog days, all we need is Frost.
Emma's been a hero since the 90's
Kinda love how the skull loves wanda in a way, despite his racist views.
'If you meet a loner, no matter what they tell you, its not because they enjoy solitude. It's because they have tried to blend into the world before, and people continue to disappoint them'
The main X-Men books for the bulk of that era were frankly just the Scott and Emma book. With 200 mutants running around, it almost understandable that the majority of the X-Men were frankly reduced to just wall paper. But Rogue got a LOT of spotlight in books where she was essentially the main character. Like you said, Legacy might as well have been renamed Rogue.
But I digress. XD
He really liked Emma, for obvious reasons. Once other writers saw how well Emma's "British Bitch Goddess persona" went over
that became the new flavor instead of Rogue's "Dixie Superwoman" bit.
In story it was about A)Emma being Cyke's woman and B) being both on of the few Xmen
(other than Xavier or Beast) actually qualified to teach anything to anybody and was rich on top of it.
So Emma went from being head of the Massachusetts Academy in Generation X to being a core group MVP.
Why would the X-men invite Wanda to the funeral?
THAT is crazy.....it'd be like someone inviting an avenger's fan to anything remotely fun
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If ya scared then say ya scared!!!
Some body brought up that Wanda could have been invited to Charles funreal who would invite her to the funeral