List of Brotherhood of Mutants Members


List of Brotherhood of Mutants Members

The Brotherhood of Mutants, also known as the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Brotherhood, is a team of comic book mutant supervillains in Marvel Comics' universe who are devoted to mutant superiority over normal humans. Their roster has varied and has included many powerful and dangerous mutants, and they have often been at odds with the X-Men, although on rare occasions they have worked alongside them, usually in order to overcome some greater evil. The original Brotherhood first appeared in "Uncanny X-Men" #4 (March, 1964), and were created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Known members

Original lineup

* Magneto (Magnus) - Formerly known as Erik Magnus Lehnsherr; Magnetic powers. Team founder; thought to be currently depowered as a result of Decimation; father of Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch and Polaris.
* AstraComic book reference | Writer = Fabian Nicieza | Penciller = Kevin Maguire | Inker = Andrew Pepoy | Story = The Age of Innocence | Title = X-Men Forever | Issue = 4 | Date = April 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Teleportation. Was never seen as a participating member; Retconned as the first recruit. Resigned prior to their first mission; current whereabouts unknown.
* Toad (Mortimer Toynbee)Comic book reference | Writer = Stan Lee | Penciller = Jack Kirby | Inker = Paul Reinman | Story = The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants | Title = Uncanny X-Men | Issue = 4 | Date = March 1964 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Toad-like abilities. Served in several incarnations of the team as both member and leader; second recruited; retained powers after M-Day; current whereabouts unknown.
* Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff) - Formerly known as Pietro Frank; super-speed. Recruited third alongside the Scarlet Witch; lost his speedster powers as a result of Decimation, but gained time-travel powers from long exposure to the Terrigen Mist; former Avengers and Inhuman Royal Family member
* Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) - Formerly known as Wanda Frank; Reality warping (at the time she was in the Brotherhood, her power was limited to probablilty altering "hexes"). Recruited fourth alongside Quicksilver; former Avengers, West Coast Avengers and Force Works member; currently amnesiac and living in Transia.
* Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde) - Illusionist. Former member of the Hellfire Club; Died of the Legacy Virus.Comic book reference | Writer = Scott Lobdell | Penciller = Jason Pearson | Inker = Mark Farmer | Story = The Gift Goodbye | Title = Uncanny X-Men Annual | Issue = 17 | Date = 1993 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ]
* Blob (Frederick J. Dukes)Comic book reference | Writer = Steve Englehart | Penciller = Tom Sutton | Inker = Mike Plooq | Story = Iron Man: D.O.A. | Title = Amazing Adventures vol. 2 | Issue = 12 | Date = May 1972 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Personal gravity field, super-strength. Has been in several incarnations of the team; currently depowered as a result of Decimation; former member of X-Cell; current whereabouts unknown.
* Unus the Untouchable (Angelo Unuscione) - Used the alias Gunther Bain; forcefield generation. Team founder. Depowered after the M-Day. Suffocated by his own powers after being restored by QuicksilverComic book reference | Writer = David Hine | Penciller = Roy Allan Martinez | Inker = Roy Allan Martinez | Story = One Day in the Life of Pietro Maximoff - Homo Sapien | Title = Son Of M | Issue = 1 | Date = February 2006 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] .
* Lorelei (Lani Ubana)Comic book reference | Writer = Len Wein | Penciller = Sal Buscema | Inker = Klaus Janson | Story = Panic Beneath The Earth | Title = The Defenders | Issue = 15 | Date = September 1974 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Hypnosis. Currently a member of the Savage Land Mutates.
* Vanisher (Telford Porter)Comic book reference | Writer = Bill Mantlo | Penciller = George Tuska | Inker = John Byrne | Story = The Sentinels Hunt Again | Title = The Champions | Issue = 17 | Date = January 1978 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Teleporter. Associate member; current whereabouts unknown.
* Alpha the Ultimate Mutant - Genetic creation of Magneto

econd lineup

Founded by Magneto. Later known as the Mutant Force and the Resistants.

* Burner (Byron Calley)Comic book reference | Writer = Jack Kirby | Penciller = Jack Kirby | Inker = John Tartaglione & John Verpoorten | Story = The Great Mutant Massacre | Title = Captain America Annual | Issue = 4 | Date = 1977 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Pyrokinesis. Later known as Crucible. Current whereabouts unknown.
* Lifter (Ned Lathrop) - Gravity manipulation. Later known Meteorite; Current whereabouts unknown.
* Peeper (Peter Quinn) - Telescopic eyes and energy beams. Later became known Occult. One of The 198. Killed and eaten by Predator X. Comic book reference | Writer = Peter David | Penciller = Scot Eaton | Inker = John Dell | Story = Messiah Complex, part 7 | Title = X-Factor | Issue = 26 | Date = February 2008 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ]
* Shocker (Randall Darby) - Bioelectrical generation/manipulation. Later became Paralyzer. Depowered after the M-Day; current whereabouts unknown.
* Slither (Aaron Salomon) - Superhuman strength, flexibility, and endurance.
* Quill (Roger Quark)Comic book reference | Writer = Mark Gruenwald | Penciller = Kieron Dwyer | Inker = Al Milgrom | Story = Slippery People | Title = Captain America | Issue = 363 | Date = July 1988 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Emits quills from his body. Depowered after the M-Day; current whereabouts unknown.
* Mist MistressComic book reference | Writer = Mark Gruenwald | Penciller = Kieron Dwyer | Inker = Al Milgrom | Story = Ambush! | Title = Captain America | Issue = 346 | Date = October 1988 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Chemical generation. Depowered after the M-Day; current whereabouts unknown.
* Think Tank (Marvin Flumm) - Telepathy. Later became Mentallo. One of The 198.
* RustComic book reference | Writer = Mark Gruenwald | Penciller = Kieron Dwyer | Inker = Al Milgrom | Story = Seeing Red | Title = Captain America | Issue = 350 | Date = February 1989 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Induces rust on nearby objects; current whereabouts unknown.

Third lineup

First appeared in "Uncanny X-Men" #141 (January, 1981). Later became known as Freedom Force. Included the veteran member Blob.

* Mystique (Raven Darkholme)Comic book reference | Writer = John Byrne & Chris Claremont | Penciller = John Byrne | Inker = Terry Austin | Story = Days Of Future Past | Title = Uncanny X-Men | Issue = 141 | Date = January 1981 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Shape-shifter. Co-founder and team leader; served in several later incarnations
* Destiny (Irene Adler) - Precognition. Co-founder and second in command, later killed by Legion.
* Avalanche (Dominikos Ioannis Petrakis) - Powerful vibration generator. Co-founder; served in several incarnations; retained powers after M-Day; current whereabouts unknown
* Pyro (St John Allerdyce) - Fire manipulation. Co-founder; Died of the Legacy Virus.Comic book reference | Writer = Robert Weinberg | Penciller = Michael Ryan | Inker = Ketchum and Pertzborn | Story = Dream’s End - part 2: Life Decisions | Title = Cable | Issue = 87 | Date = January 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ]
* Rogue (Anna-Marie)Comic book reference | Writer = Chris Claremont | Penciller = Michael Golden | Inker = Armando Gill | Story = By Friends - Betrayed | Title = Avengers Annual | Issue = 10 | Date = 1981 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Power absorption. Later defected to the X-Men; current whereabouts unknown.
* BlindspotComic book reference | Writer = Antony Bedard | Penciller = Karl Moline | Inker = Drew Hennessy & Rick Magyar | Story = Forget-Me-Not Part 1 | Title = Rogue vol. 3 | Issue = 7 | Date = March 2005 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Memory manipulation.

Interim line-up

In "Vision and Scarlet Witch" vol. 2 #6, the Toad, using the Stranger's technology, created synthozoid duplicates of Magneto, Mastermind, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch.

Fourth lineup

Founded in "X-Force" #5 (December, 1991). Included veteran members Blob, Pyro and Toad. This group also offered membership to Portal.

* Phantazia (Eileen Harsaw)Comic book reference | Writer = Rob Liefeld & Fabian Nicieza | Penciller = Rob Liefeld, Brian Murray & Marat Mychaels | Inker = Rob Liefeld & Marat Mychaels | Story = Under The Magnifying Glass | Title = X-Force | Issue = 5 | Date = December 1991 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Electromagnetic energy wavelength manipulation/disruption. Depowered after the M-Day and driven insane.
* Sauron (Karl Lykos) - Lifeforce absorption results in Pterodactyl-life form; not a mutant.

Fifth lineup

Founded in "X-Factor" #112 (July, 1995). Briefly became servants of Onslaught under the names "Dark Attendants" and "Dark Descendants".

* Dark Beast (Henry McCoy)Comic book reference | Writer = John Francis Moore | Penciller = Jeff Matsuda | Inker = Al Milgrom | Story = Unnecessary Evils | Title = X-Factor | Issue = 112 | Date = July 1995 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Same powers as Beast. Founder and leader; Comes from the alternate reality, Age of Apocalypse.
* Fatale - used the alias Pamela Greenwood to get close to Bishop; Teleporter. Depowered after the M-Day; former member of X-Cell.
* Random (Marshall Evan Stone II)Comic book reference | Writer = John Francis Moore | Penciller = Steve Epting | Inker = Al Milgrom | Story = That Certain Mystique | Title = X-Factor | Issue = 114 | Date = September 1995 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Shapeshifter. Associate member; revealed to only be a child.
* Havok (Alexander Summers)Comic book reference | Writer = Howard Mackie | Penciller = Jeff Matsuda | Inker = Al Milgrom | Story = The Ticking Clock | Title = X-Factor | Issue = 125 | Date = August 1996 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Energy blasts. Defected from X-Factor to infiltrate this incarnation; was this incarnations final leader; former member of the X-Men; currently a member of the Starjammers.
* EverComic book reference | Writer = Scott Lobdell | Penciller = Adam Kubert & Cedric Nocon | Inker = Jesse Delperdang & Scott Hanna | Story = Fight and Flight | Title = Uncanny X-Men | Issue = 339 | Date = December 1996 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Composed of grey matter. Apparently a former member of Gene Nation; currently status or whereabouts unknown.
* X-Man (Nate Grey)Comic book reference | Writer = Terry Kavanagh | Penciller = Pascal Ferry | Inker = Jaime Mendoza | Story = Down To Earth | Title = X-Man | Issue = 26 | Date = April 1997 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Telepathy. Currently deceased; from the same dimension as the Dark Beast.
* Aurora (Jeanne-Marie Beaubier)Comic book reference | Writer = Terry Kavanagh | Penciller = Roger Cruz | Inker = Lewis LaRosa | Story = Blood Brothers | Title = X-Man | Issue = 27 | Date = May 1997 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Light generation. Former member of Alpha Flight; twin sister of Northstar; retained mutant powers after Decimation; current whereabouts unknown.

ixth lineup

Founded in "Uncanny X-Men" #363 (January, 1999). Included veteran members Blob, Pyro, and Toad. Following the departure of Professor X they became mercenaries and were hired by Mystique.

* Professor X (Charles Xavier)Comic book reference | Writer = Steven T Seagle | Penciller = Chris Bachalo | Inker = Art Thibert & Tim Townsend | Story = When You're Unwanted | Title = Uncanny X-Men | Issue = 363 | Date = January 1999 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Telepathy. Founder and first leader of this incarnation; after being shot in the head by Bishop sought to regain his missing memories;
* Mimic (Calvin Rankin) - Power mimicry; not a mutant; current whereabouts unknown.
* Post (Kevin Tremain) - Energy discharger. Pyro annihilated Post when he tried to kill Senator Kelly.Comic book reference | Writer = Robert Weinberg | Penciller = Michael Ryan | Inker = Ketchum and Pertzborn | Story = Dream’s End - part 2: Life Decisions | Title = Cable | Issue = 87 | Date = January 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ]

eventh lineup

Founded in "X-Men" #106 (November, 2000). Included veteran members Avalanche, Blob, Mystique, Post and Toad.

* Crimson Commando (Shelley Warkworth)Comic book reference | Writer = Chris Claremont | Penciller = Thomas Derenick, Anthony Williams & Leinil Francis Yu | Inker = Rick Ketcham, Mark Morales & Norm Rapmund | Story = Search & Rescue Chapter One | Title = X-Men vol. 2 | Issue = 106 | Date = November 2000 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Her powers were unrevealed. The female successor to the original; Chris Claremont forgot to name her in the issue but did so in an interview. Current status and whereabouts unknown.
* Sabre - Super speed. The successor to the original Super Sabre. Current status and whereabouts unknown.
* Sabretooth (Victor Creed)Comic book reference | Writer = Chris Claremont | Penciller = Salvador Larroca | Inker = Lary Strucker & Art Thibert | Story = The Past Is But Prologue | Title = Uncanny X-Men | Issue = 388 | Date = December 2000 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Healing factor. Beheaded by Wolverine. Comic book reference | Writer = Jeph Loeb | Penciller = Simone Bianchi | Inker = Andrea Silvestri | Story = Quod Sum Eris (Evolution chapter six) | Title = Wolverine | Issue = 55 | Date = September 2007 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ]
* Mastermind (Martinque Jason)Comic book reference | Writer = Robert Weinberg | Penciller = Michael Ryan | Inker = Rick Ketcham & Ted Pertzborn | Story = Life Decisions | Title = Cable | Issue = 87 | Date = January 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Illusionist. Daughter/Successor of Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde)

Eighth lineup

Founded in "The Brotherhood"#1, this version of the Brotherhood was a large organisation with many independent cells. Therefore, many members were never seen on page or unnamed.

* X (Marvin Hoffman)Comic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Esad Ribic | Inker = Kent Williams | Story = Be All That You Can Be | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 1 | Date = July 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Energy blast. Co-founder, killed by Mike Asher
* MarshalComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Esad Ribic | Inker = Kent Williams | Story = Who Is X? | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 2 | Date = August 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Powers unrevealed. Co-founder, left the group and turned against them. Killed by Mike Asher.
* Orwell - Telepathy. Co-founder, killed by X.
* Fagin - Can transform into a purple, spikey humanoid. Killed by Vivisector
* Michael "Mike" Asher - Explosive blood. Killed by U-Go Girl
* Bryson BaleComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Leonardo Manco | Inker = Jimmy Palmiotti | Story = The Heiress | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 4 | Date = October 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Enhanced strength. Killed by Malcolm Reeves
* Bela (Thomas "Tom" Morgan) - Moisture absorption. Probably killed by Marshal during interrogation, though this is only implied.
* Clive Vickers - Flight. Killed by Malon Reeves
* Fiona Dunn - Can create zombie-like creatures. Killed by Marshal
* Malon Estella ReevesComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Leonardo Manco | Inker = Jimmy Palmiotti | Story = Sublime Seduction | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 5 | Date = November 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Energy blasts. Killed by Spike
* Jane Smythe/Dick SmytheComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Sean Phillips | Inker = Kent Williams | Story = Loyalties | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 8 | Date = February 2002 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Could turn from a female form (Jane) into a mutated male (Dick).
* MarabethComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Esad Ribic | Inker = Kent Williams | Story = Drunk With Powers That Could Destroy The World | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 3 | Date = September 2001 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ]
* Ms. FingersComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Sean Phillips | Inker = Kent Williams | Story = The Eagle and the Serpent | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 9 | Date = March 2002 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Squidlike mutant with the ability to teleport and become transparent. She caught Marshal by surprise in his final battle with Hoffman, as one of the last Brotherhood members loyal to Hoffman, but she was decked with a brick by Orwell.
* Oswald - Can create explosions.
* Explosa - Colombian mutant who was left behind in the Bogota Brotherhood headquarters for when the military attacked it. She could cause explosions just by thinking about it, and possibly blew up Barksdale Airforce Base from very long range. Current whereabouts and status is unknown.
* PhishermanComic book reference | Writer = X | Penciller = Sean Phillips | Inker = Kent Williams | Story = Let Freedom Ring | Title = The Brotherhood | Issue = 7 | Date = January 2002 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Current whereabouts and status is unknown.
* Trois - She could shoot energy beams from her eyes, current whereabouts and status is unknown.
* Chela - He was killed when X-Force member Phat choked him with excess skin from his hand.
* Spud - Boney portrusions. Killed at the X-Force parade.
* Scales - Killed by X-Force at the parade.
* Slaughter - Killed by X-Force at the parade.

Ninth lineup

First appeared in "Uncanny X-Men" #401 (February, 2002). Included the veteran members Mystique, Avalanche, the Blob and the second Mastermind (Martinique Jason).

* Fever PitchComic book reference | Writer = Joe Casey | Penciller = Ron Garney | Inker = Mark MOrales | Story = Golden: A Silent Adventure | Title = Uncanny X-Men | Issue = 401 | Date = January 2002 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Pyrokenesis. retained his mutant powers after M-Day, took refuged at the Xavier Institute; current whereabouts unknown.

Tenth lineup

Founded in "New X-Men" vol. 1 #146 (October, 2003). Included the veteran member Toad.

* Xorn (Kuan-Yin Xorn)Comic book reference | Writer = Grant Morrison | Penciller = Phil Jimenez | Inker = Andy Lanning | Story = Planet X - X-Men Emergency | Title = New X-Men | Issue = 146 | Date = November 2003 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Magnetism manipulation. Leader and co-founder; impersonated Magneto; killed by Wolverine after killing Jean Grey. Returned shortly after M-Day as the Collective, possessing Michael PointerComic book reference | Writer = Brian Michael Bendis | Penciller = Mike Deodato Jr | Inker = Joe Pimentel | Story = The Collective Part 1 | Title = New Avengers | Issue = 17 | Date = May 2006 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] .
* Basilisk (Jason Reddin) - Paralyzing pulse. Former student of the Xavier Institute; killed by Xorn
* Beak (Barnell Bohusk) - Bird-like mutation. Former Exiles member and X-Men student; currently depowered as a result of Decimation and a member of the New Warriors as Blackwing.
* Ernst - Super strength. Current whereabouts unknown.
* Esme Cuckoo - Telepathy. Former student of the Xavier Institute; killed by Xorn
* No-Girl (Maratha Johansson) - Telepathy. Former student of the Xavier Institute; currently with Beast (Henry McCoy)Comic book reference | Writer = Mike Carey | Penciller = Scot Eaton | Inker = Drew Hennessy | Story = Lights Out | Title = X-Men: Divided We Stand | Issue = 2 | Date = July 2008 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] .
* Angel Salvadore - Insectoid physiology. Current student of the Xavier Institute; depowered as a result of Decimation; currently a member of the New Warriors.

Eleventh lineup

Founded in "X-Men" #161 (November, 2004). Included veteran members Avalanche and Sabretooth.

* Exodus (Bennet du Paris)Comic book reference | Writer = Chuck Austen | Penciller = Salvador Larroca | Inker = Danny Miki | Story = Heroes & Villains Part 1 | Title = X-Men vol. 2 | Issue = 161 | Date = November 2004 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] - Telekinetic. Currently the Acolytes leader.
* Black Tom (Thomas Samuel Eamon Cassidy) - Concussive blasts. Banshee's cousin. Lost his plant-like mutation after M-Day; current whereabouts unknown.
* Juggernaut (Cain Marko) - Immense superhuman strength and unlimited stamina. Mole working for the X-Men; former member of Excalibur; non-mutant; current whereabouts unknown
* Mammomax (Maximus Jensen) - Corrosive stomach acids in elephant-like form. One of The 198, took refuge at the Xavier Institute. Was the first victim of Predator XComic book reference | Writer = Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost | Penciller = Paco Medina | Inker = Juan Vlasco | Story = Mercury Falling Part 1 | Title = New X-Men vol. 2 | Issue = 33 | Date = February 2007 | Publisher = Marvel Comics | ] .
* Nocturne (Talia Josephine Wagner) - Body possession. Mole working for the X-Men; former member of the Exiles; currently member of Excalibur; alternate reality daughter of Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch; returned to the Exiles and retired with Thunderbird.

Twelfth lineup

According to Cyclops, who turns out to be a disguised Donald Pierce, there's a new Brotherhood which consists of:

* Sunspot (Roberto DaCosta) - current leader
* Cannonball (Samuel Guthrie)
* Danielle Moonstar
* Magma (Amara Aquilla)
* Wolfsbane (Rhane Sinclair) - associate member
* Karma (Xi'an Coy Manh) - associate member

isterhood of Evil Mutants

First mentioned in "Uncanny X-Men" #499, when a mysterious figure approached and recruited Mastermind (Martinique Jason). She is the only confirmed member.

Other versions

House of M Brotherhood

Since the rise of Mutants in this alternate version of Earth, most human officers were phased out (similar to what happened to S.H.I.E.L.D.), with the exception of Sam Wilson. A mutant strikeforce known as the Brotherhood is also implemented to take down organized crime. Among its members are:

* John Proudstar (leader)
* Avalanche (Dominikos Ioannis Petrakis)
* Blob (Frederick J. Dukes)
* Boom Boom (Tabitha Smith)
* Feral (Lucia Callasantos)
* Frank Castle - only human member; defected to the Avengers.
* Taskmaster - posed as a mutant; was made quadriplegic by Luke Cage after he killed Tigra.


=AoA Brotherhood lineup=

The Brotherhood of Mutants is referred to as the "Brotherhood of Chaos." Among its members are:

* Arclight (who is not the same as the 616 Arclight/Philippa Sontag)
* Box (Madison Jeffries)
* Copycat (Vanessa Carlyle)
* Spyne
* Yeti

Ultimate Brotherhood lineup

Among the members of the Ultimate Marvel Universe's version of the Brotherhood of Mutants are:

* Blob (Frederick J Dukes)
* Detonator
* Forge
* Hard-Drive
* Juggernaut (Cain)
* Longshot (Arthur Centino)
* Magneto (Erik Magnus Lehnsherr)
* Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde)
* Multiple Man (James Madrox)
* Mystique (Raven Darkholme)
* Sabretooth (Victor Creed)
* Unus the Untouchable (Angelo Unuscione)
* Vanisher (Telford Porter)
* Venom (Eddie Brock Jr.)

Former members

* Cyclops (Scott Summers) - Defected from the X-Men
* Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff) - Defected to the Ultimates
* Rogue - Defected to the X-Men
* Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) - Defected to the Ultimates; currently deceased.
* Toad (Mortimer Toynbee) - Joined the X-Men.
* Wolverine (James "Logan" Howlett) - Placed as a mole in the X-Men; but defected to the X-Men.

Animal Evolutionaries

* Prosimian
* Orb-Weaver
* Sumatran
* Saluki
* Kathleen

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