Identity: Jean Grey
Mental Force Shield of Amazing strength
Fire Amazing Force Bolts
Move objects with Amazing strength
Flight: Remarkable airspeed. With 10 others, speed is Good
Mind Probe: Amazing
Thought Projection: Monstrous
Mental command: Amazing
Mental bolt: Amazing
The Phoenix Force
When the Phoenix Force represent Jean Grey she displayed the following:
The Phoenix Force: When any power is used, a fiery bird-like aura appears. It covers 1-1000 areas and is composed of Unearthly intensity cosmic flame.
Absorption: The phoenix can absorb energy with Class 1000 ability. When ‘feeding’ she can perform no other action
Elemental Conversion: Class 1000
True Flight: Unearthly airspeed in an atmosphere. Within the depths of space che is able to achive Class 300 speeds.
Force Field: Class 1000 protection from physical and energy damage.
Gateway: Phoenix is capable of creating gates allowing instantaneous transportation to anywhere in the universe with Class 5000 ability.
Kinetic Bolt: Unearthy intensity with a range of 100 miles.
Self Sustenance: Phoenix can survive indefinately without the need for air, food, water and the depths of space with Class 1000 ability.
Telekinesis: Unearthly however limited to line of site range
Telepathy: Unearthly rank with a 16,000 mile range.
Weather Control: Unearthly
Phoenix is vulnerable to psionic and magical attacks. When the target of such attacks her Psyche is considered Excellent.
Further Phoenix is limited by the moral code of Jean Grey. She will object to killing or exceeding the use of power above Unearthly rank. Should she do so, she run the risk of becomming ‘Dark Phoenix’ (see seperate entry), a Yellow Psyche FEAT is required to avoid the transformation
Resist Domination, Leadership, Fashion, Modelling, Astro-navigation
X-Men, X-Factor, X-Terminators, Clan Askani, Brides of Set, Cataclysm Keys, The Twelve
Jean Grey’s powers were activated at an early age, when she witnessed her friend’s death from a car crash and telepathically experienced it with her. Professor Xavier noticed this, and contacted her family, training Jean in learning to control her powers. Soon, Professor X contacted other young mutants, forming the School for Gifted Youngsters and thus the X-men. Jean stayed with the X-men for quite some time, adventuring as Marvel Girl, and developed her long-term relationship with teammate Cyclops, before being captured by the island monster Krakoa and being rescued by a new team of X-men.
Jean left with the original X-men to pursue normal lives, but was soon captured by mutant-hater Lang and his Sentinel program aboard an orbiting space station. Jean was rescued by the X-men, but their space shuttle was damaged and the pilot would not survive the re-entry. Jean telepathically convinced everyone that she should pilot the shuttle, and very nearly died when her experience was noted by the Phoenix force. The Phoenix force incubated Jean’s body and placed it in a cocoon (leaving it in New York’s harbor) while creating a body resembling Jean’s own and taking her place. The Phoenix’s body rested in the hospital before reviving, and the X-men (and perhaps, itself,) was convinced it really was Jean.
Sometime after the Phoenix force’s “death” on the moon, Jean’s cocoon was found by the Avengers and given to the Fantastic Four, whose examination awakened Jean. Unfortunately, her telepathic abilities were gone, leaving her only with her telekinesis. Soon after, reunited with the original X-men, Jean helped form X-factor. Jean reluctantly reforged a relationship with Cyclops, who was nonetheless married at the time to Jean’s clone, Madeline Pryor. During the demonic invasion called “Inferno,” Jean and Madeline fought an intense battle on the psychic plane, which brought Madeline’s origins to light and restored Jean’s telepathy and fractured psyche but left Madeline dead.
Jean fought with X-factor until they returned to the X-men after battle with the Shadow King., and Jean fought with the “Gold Team.” Soon after, Jean and Cyclops realized their love for each other in marriage, and left the team for a honeymoon. Instead, they both found themselves transported into different bodies in an alternate future, and Scott and Jean raised Scott’s son, Nathan, in this future. They returned to our time, and Jean continued to fight alongside the X-men. During this time, she began using the Phoenix code-name for herself. She was one of the first to discover the “traitor” to the X-men, Professor X’s split personality, Onslaught.