|1||S01 E01||"Strategy X"||Frank Paur||Avi Arad & Rick Ungar (story)
Bob Forward (writer)
|November 4, 2000 (2000-11-04)|
As Kurt Wagner (Nightcrawler) adapts to his new home at the Xavier Institute, Mystique attempts to spy on the facility. She enlists Todd Tolanski (Toad), a mutant with frog-like abilities, to scope the place out.
Note: First appearance of Wolverine, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Prof. Charles Xavier, Storm, Nightcrawler, Toad, Mystique, Sabertooth (Only a brief view), Paul, Duncan Matthews and Magneto.
|2||S01 E02||"The X-Impulse"||Gary Graham||Greg Johnson & Rick Ungar (story)
Greg Johnson (writer)
|November 11, 2000 (2000-11-11)|
Chicago native Kitty Pryde discovers her mutant intangibility/phasing abilities. Xavier sends Jean Grey on a mission to recruit her, only to find out that she has already been won over by Lance Alvers, otherwise known as the mutant Avalanche. Kitty joins the X-Men as Shadowcat at the end of the episode.
Note: First appearance of Shadowcat & Avalanche. Also the first time that Wolverine fights his rival, Sabretooth.
|3||S01 E03||"Rogue Recruit"||Steven E. Gordon||Simon Furman||November 18, 2000 (2000-11-18)|
When Rogue accidentally triggers her mutant ability by absorbing a local boy's memories, strengths, and abilities via mere skin contact, the X-Men head off to Caldecott County, Mississippi to recruit her. However, Mystique isn't willing to let her out of her sights to become one of them, so Destiny & Mystique get to Rogue first to convince her that X-Men are hunting her down. At the end she joins the Brotherhood.
Note: First appearance of Rogue & Destiny.
|4||S01 E04||"Mutant Crush"||Frank Paur||Katherine Lawrence||November 25, 2000 (2000-11-25)|
Fred Dukes (Blob), a former sideshow entertainer from Texas, gets enlisted by Mystique into Bayville High. But his short temper and blubbery girth prevents him from making any necessary friends. He does get some help from Jean Grey in finding his way around the school, but things take a turn for the worse when he mistakes this for romantic love.
Note: First appearance of Blob.
|5||S01 E05||"Speed and Spyke"||Gary Graham||Bob Forward (story & writer)
Rick Ungar (story)
|December 9, 2000 (2000-12-09)|
Evan Daniels, Ororo Monroe/Storm's nephew, is exihibiting his mutant ability of projecting a multiple of boned spikes and projectiles. Despite knowing his mutant abilities, Evan's initially refuses to join the X-Men. However, when former basketball teammate Pietro Maximoff (Quicksilver) continually steals money from him (along with getting him in trouble), Evan accepts the offer in an attempt to take his former friend down.
Note: First appearances of Spyke & Quicksilver.
|6||S01 E06||"Middleverse"||Steven E. Gordon||Evelyn Gabai (story)
Adam Beechen (story & writer)
|January 27, 2001 (2001-01-27)|
One day, Kurt's childish behavior clashes with Scott's dead seriousness once too often. Later, Kurt (in his true form) accidentally activates a device which transfers him to a parallel dimension. There, he meets Forge, who had been trapped there since the late seventies, and together, they devise a plan to break out and return to their normal dimension. Things get complicated when the other X-Men discover the device and the Brotherhood then tries to steal it from them.
Note: First appearance of Forge.
|7||S01 E07||"Turn of the Rogue"||Boyd Kirkland||Rick Ungar (story)
Greg Johnson (story & writer)
|February 3, 2001 (2001-02-03)|
|Scott Summers/Cyclops and Jean Grey prepare for their geology club excursion, but Mystique has different plans in mind, replacing Jean with Rogue in an attempt to put further distance between her and the X-Men. In the end, Rogue finds out about Mystique's plans and finally joins the X-Men.|
|8||S01 E08||"SpykeCam"||Frank Paur||Christy Marx (writer), Rick Ungar (story), & Randy Littlejohn (story & writer)||February 10, 2001 (2001-02-10)|
|For extra credit, Spyke films the current events in his life. However, his project takes a turn for the worse when Sabretooth uses the video camera to find out where the Xavier Institute is in order to hunt down his rival, Wolverine.|
|9||S01 E09||"Survival of the Fittest"||Gary Graham||Pamela Hickey & Dennys McCoy||March 3, 2001 (2001-03-03)|
The X-Men and the Brotherhood battle each other in a summer camp, but must cooperate when a large and unstoppable mutant threatens both Charles Xavier and Mystique.
Note: First appearance of Juggernaut.
|10||S01 E10||"Shadowed Past"||Steven E. Gordon||Bob Forward (writer) & Jules Dennis (story)||March 31, 2001 (2001-03-31)|
|Rogue has nightmares about Kurt being abducted. It turns out that when she absorbed Mystique's memory of her prior plan of keeping her away from the X-Men, she also absorbed many more memories, allowing the X-Men to find out that Mystique is Kurt's mother. Wolverine also discovers that Nightcrawler was the subject of heinous experiments conducted by Magneto, but decides not to tell him about this yet.|
|11||S01 E11||"Grim Reminder"||Frank Paur||Greg Johnson(story & writer)||April 14, 2001 (2001-04-14)|
|Wolverine's tortured origin comes back to haunt him. He goes into the Canadian wilderness to find Weapon X. He runs into not only his archrival Sabretooth, but the doctor who gave him his adamantium skeleton. It turns out that the doctor still plans to use Wolverine to carry out Weapon X by brainwashing him with a microchip that was implanted into Logan's brain a long time ago. It's up to Shadowcat and Nightcrawler (who accompanied Wolverine accidentally, as they were in the X-Jet when he took it) to save the day.|
|12||S01 E12||"The Cauldron – Part 1"||Gary Graham||Simon Furman||May 5, 2001 (2001-05-05)|
Scott is reunited with his younger brother Alex, who is recruited by Magneto to join him. As the X-Men are forced to fight the Brotherhood for a place in Magneto's sanctuary.
Note: First appearance of Havok.
|13||S01 E13||"The Cauldron – Part 2"||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson||May 12, 2001 (2001-05-12)|
|Magneto holds multiple battles to find out which mutants are "worthy" of joining him on Asteroid M. The "winners" are abducted by force and offered a place in the Cauldron, where Magneto offers to greatly strengthen and increase their mutant abilities to their full and maximum potential. Scott wins and enters to be able to control his optic ruby-red laser eye beam abilities without his visor, but it alters him. Now Scott has to choose between Magneto's plans and his commitment to his best friends.|
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