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The X-Gene is what makes '''Mutants''', especially the X-Men, different from normal mankind, and there are two kinds of mutant: those who wish harmony between man- and mutantkind like the X-Men, and those who want nothing short of replacing homo sapiens with homo superior, such as Magneto and Apocalypse.
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The X-Gene is what makes '''Mutants''', especially the X-Men, different from normal mankind, and there are two kinds of mutant: those who wish harmony between man- and mutantkind like the X-Men, and those who want nothing short of replacing homo sapiens with homo superior, such as Magneto.
 
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The X-Gene is what makes Mutants, especially the X-Men, different from normal mankind, and there are two kinds of mutant: those who wish harmony between man- and mutantkind like the X-Men, and those who want nothing short of replacing homo sapiens with homo superior, such as Magneto.

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