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Fabian Cortez

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Powers:
His principal ability was to enhance other mutants powers. He could enhance a mutant’s powers to occasionally dangerous limits beyond their control (temporarily powering them up at the expense of burning out their bodies).

He was highly intelligent and an able military strategist. Cortez was also a skilled martial artist, and often carried a gun.

Bio:
Thought to be royalty from Spain, Fabian Cortez organized the original Acolytes, who pledged themselves to Magneto and his cause, with Cortez goading and manipulating Magneto into combat with humanity and the X-Men at every turn, leading to the destruction of Magneto’s space-station, Asteroid M, and the deaths of the other Acolytes, including Cortez’s own sister Anne Marie.

Believing Magneto to be dead, and martyred for his cause, Cortez recruited a new group of Acolytes to follow him in Magneto’s name, now worshipping him as their god. They launched several strikes on humanity, ranging from attacks on a military base where new Sentinels were being built, to slaughtering helpless humans in a hospital, but Magneto eventually resurfaced, sending his chosen heir Exodus to inform the Acolytes of Cortez’s betrayal. The Acolytes welcomed Exodus as their new leader, and Cortez was left behind.

Fearing Magneto’s wrath, Cortez fled to Genosha. Still claiming to speak in Magneto’s name, he incited the nation’s mutant population into starting a civil war against the humans, the world’s first instance of the long-threatened genetic war between man and mutant. With the aid of the mutates, Cortez kidnapped Magneto’s granddaughter Luna, intending to use her as a shield to protect himself from Magneto, the X-Men, and the Avengers. Cortez was unaware that Magneto had recently been mindwiped by Charles Xavier, and Exodus came to Genosha in his place, seemingly killing Cortez.

Cortez reappeared months later, claiming to have been badly injured, yet not actually killed, despite all appearances. He manipulated Joseph into posing as Magneto, pitting him against Exodus in an attempt to regain control of the Acolytes. Despite his scheme’s failure, he was allowed to return to the team. Months later, at a time when Exodus had briefly been imprisoned, the Acolytes split into two groups, each searching for Magneto. Cortez led one group, but they abandoned him during a battle with the X-Men, upon realising how he had been using them for his own purposes.

Alone again, Cortez was surprised to be recruited by Magneto himself, who was given control of Genosha, by the United Nations. Seeing as how Fabian Cortez had betrayed him earlier, Magneto had only let Fabian Cortez serve him on Genosha because his powers had been reduced and Cortez’s mutant power was to heighten the abilities of other mutants. After Magneto was restored to full power by one of the Genegineer’s machines he no longer needed Cortez and pulled him from a prison in Hammer Bay fifty miles to Carrion Cove in less than 20 seconds, the impact killing Cortez instantly

Notes:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabian_Cortez

First Appearance: X-Men (1991) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Avengers (1998)
Essential X-Men (1995)
Heroes for Hire/Quicksilver '98 (1998)
M.A.X. Yearbook (1993)
Magneto (1996)
Magneto Rex (1999)
Magneto: Dark Seduction (2000)
Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men (1998)
Marvel Encyclopedia (2002)
Marvel Exklusiv (1998)
Marvel's Greatest Collector's Pack (1993)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Book of the Dead 2004 (2004)
Quicksilver (1997)
Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984)
Stryfe's Strike File (1993)
The Avengers (1963)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
What If...? (1989)
Wolverine And Deadpool (2010)
X-Factor (1986)
X-Force (2008)
X-Men (1991)
X-Men (1992)
X-Men (1994)
X-Men (2001)
X-Men Forever (2009)
X-Men Unlimited (1993)
X-Men: Magneto War (1999)
X-Men: The Movie Special Edition (2000)

Group Affiliation(s):
Acolytes (Marvel)
Upstarts

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