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During the Fatal Attractions crossover, X-Factor discovered a top-secret program named "Project: Wideawake", created by the government to produce mass quantities of mutant hunting sentinels. [X-Factor (1st series) #93] - Submitted by Charade007


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REYES, CECILIA
Author : Redguard (Mandeep Jangi) and Peter LuziferLast Modified : Apr 12, 2006

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Cecilia did not return to her clinic, but rather to the mansion, where she began a detoxification program for her addiction to Rave. Unfortunately, this was easier said than done, as Cecilia had to go cold-turkey in order to beat her problem. Due to the physical addiction, Cecilia’s powers began to lash out wildly to cope with the pain and urge to use Rave. Nightcrawler locked himself in the Danger Room with Cecilia to help the out of control woman, in hope that the exertion and use of her powers would burn the toxins in her system. However, Cecilia became so wild that she began to punch holes in the Danger Room and even destroyed the control booth with her force-field spikes. At that point, Xavier himself entered the Danger Room and risking his own life, he approached Cecilia to calm her down and remind her of her own courageous nature. Though Cecilia had a long journey to go till she would be totally normal, with Xavier’s help she made the first step to beat her addiction. [Uncanny X-Men #389]


Eventually, Cecilia was well enough to walk around the mansion without any power troubles. It was during this time that the Beast finally came up with a cure for the Legacy Virus, making use of the research of the late Moira MacTaggert. However, for the cure to be released into the atmosphere, it required the life of the person who would inject the cure into him- or herself. While the X-Men rejoiced, Cecilia noticed that Colossus was somber. Cecilia confronted Colossus and she learned about Illyana Rasputin and how she had succumbed to the Legacy Virus. Ever since, Colossus had felt guilty for letting her die. Realizing that Colossus would inject the cure into himself instead of waiting for an alternative to be found, Cecilia tried to stop him, but Colossus knocked her out with narcotic gas. When Cecilia came around, she found Colossus dying on the lab floor. Although she did her best to save him, Colossus passed away. [Uncanny X-Men #390]


It is unknown how hard Cecilia took Colossus’ death, but shortly thereafter she did leave the mansion and returned to her practice. The X-Men soon opened up to the public and became more involved in global mutant affairs, causing the team to possibly lose touch with Cecilia. The next time Cecilia did resurface, she was as a prisoner in Neverland, the mutant concentration camp set up by the Weapon X program. There, she was reunited with her former teammate Maggott, who had also been captured. Whereas Maggot was branded for death and ultimately killed, Cecilia was among those prisoners who were kept alive to be experimented on. For weeks, Cecilia did her best to keep the other camp inmates alive, many of them being exhausted after interrogation and torture. [Weapon X (2nd series) #5]


Some time later, When the secret of Neverland was about to be exposed, the Weapon X program packed up their bags and relocated their base of operations. Many of the camp residents were killed, with only a few being kept alive to be brainwashed as future Weapon X agents. It is unknown whether Cecilia was among these few or not. [Weapon X: Days of Future Now #3]


Also unclear is, if she is still alive, whether Cecilia has retained her mutants abilities in the wake of the M-Day, during which 90-95 % of Earth's mutant population lost their powers. Recently, Cecilia's brother, Colonel Miguel Reyes, has entered the lives of the X-Men as a member of the Sentinel Squad O*N*E* program, which has turned the mansion into a home for the remaining mutants in the world. It seems that Miguel lost contact with Cecilia ever since she became involved with the X-Men, and now bears a grudge against the team. [Uncanny X-Men #466, 469]


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