Apocalypse is enhanced with bionics and technology he inherited from the Celestials. Phoenix is a cosmic entity that occasionally inhabits Omega Level Telepaths like Jean Grey. He shares the same genetic history as Cable. He shares the same genetic history as Cable. Powerhouse mutants like Magneto, Apocalypse and the Omega-Level mutant Iceman barely laid a finger on Nate during their massive brawl. Throughout her life, she has been the Queen of Wakanda, the leader of the X-Men, and is now classified as an Omega-Level Mutant. X-Man is an Omega-level mutant genetically created by Mr. Sinister from the Age of Apocalypse timeline. An Omega-level mutant is one with the most powerful genetic potential and expression of their mutant abilities. * The term Omega Level is largely irrelevant. I wouldn't consider Apocalypse an Omega level mutant, because at his base power, he is a shape shifter, more or less. * Apocalypse also isn’t an Omega Level Mutant. Instead, he comes from the Age of Apocalypse Universe or Earth-295. The final upgrade came by way of a Dragon Ball Z-like feat from an alternate reality Jean Grey (Age of Apocalypse). The version of Nate Grey that makes this list doesn’t come from Earth-616. :)] I think you are confusing experience with true raw power and potential. Professor Xavier’s plan to bring every dead mutant back to life is revealed in Marvel Comics’ House of X #5, from Jonathan Hickman and Pepe Larraz. Those most powerful, whether they be telepaths, energy drainers or manipulators, and whatever else they can possibly do, are classified as Omega-level mutants. Here’s why I’ve chosen to use Earth-295 Nate Grey. The term was first seen in the 1986 issue Uncanny X-Men #208, but was completely unexplained (beyond the obvious implication of it referring to an exceptional level of power). 1 History 1.1 Age of Apocalypse 1.2 A New World 1.3 Psi-Ops, Stryfe, and Ness 1.4 "Second Coming" 1.5 Visiting His "Parents" 1.6 Mannites 1.7 Greyville 1.8 Threnody and her Child 1.9 Shaman of the Mutant Tribe 1.10 "Death" 1.11 Return 1.12 New Mutants 1.13 Re-Animator 1.14 Exiled 1.15 X-Men Disassembled 1.16 Age of X-Man 1.17 Krakoa 2 Powers and Abilities 2.1 Powers 2.2 Abilities 2.3 … Enjoy! As the term suggests, Omega mutants are Marvel's most powerful class of mutants. 9. Nate Grey. As Storm says when she attacks X-Man, she's been a goddess longer than the relatively young X-Man has been alive. So his "god-like" power really is more from being enhanced by … You [I’m gonna start this with, if you want the short answer, go to the last paragraph, if not, continue reading. * Phoenix isn’t an Omega Level Mutant. Upon being resurrected by her brother (a reality warper and Omega-level mutant in his own right), she gained another power-buff. X-Man is an Omega-level mutant genetically created by Mr. Sinister from the Age of Apocalypse timeline. RELATED: New Mutants: 10 Questions About Cannonball, Answered The reason for the ranking system when it comes to a mutant’s level of power is to at least attempt to monitor this spectrum.
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