Madelyne Pryor

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Name: Madelyne Jennifer Pryor-Summers
Maddie, Maddy
Occupation: supervillain previously: Pilot, Superhero (as Anodyne)
Title/Rank: Goblin Queen,
previously: Anodyne, Black Rook, Red Queen
Marvel Woman, Goblyn Queen, Goblyn Force. (AU!Mutant X)
Location: Unknown formerly:
Alaska, USA
Status: currently dead
Relationships: Jean Grey (genetic template), Phoenix Force (gave her life), Mr. Sinister (creator),
Scott Summers (Cyclops, husband),
Nathan Summers (Cable, son), Styfe (clone of son), Scotty (AU!Mutant X son)
Christopher Summers (Corsair, father-in-law), Katherine Summers (mother-in-law),
Alex Summers (Havok, brother-in-law/AU!husband), Gabriel Summers (Vulcan, brother-in-law),
Hope Summers (adopted!granddaughter through Cable),
Rachel Summers (Phoenix, step-daughter)
Fandom: Marvel Comics, X-Men
Other: Wikipedia
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Madelyne Pryor is the alter ego of Goblin Queen from the Marvel Comics series The X-Men.

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Madelyne Pryor was originally created to give Scott Summers a "Happily Ever After" and move on from the X-Men, however those initial plans were scrapped when they decided to have Jean Grey return, thus changing her origin story to being the clone of Jean instead of just her look-alike in order to get rid of her.[1] She has appeared several times since her death, although quite a few times it was revealed that it wasn't always her (usually an AU!Jean Grey).

Madelyne Pryor is a mutant that has telepathic and telekinetic powers, which was later enhanced when she became the Goblin Queen. As Anodyne, Madelyne possessed the ability to wield Asgardian magic that had the power to heal and cure.

Madelyne Pryor first appeared in The Uncanny X-Men #168 (April 1983). Although Madelyne has appeared in alternate universes (namely Mutant X and X-Men: The End), she has not had any appeared in any other medium.

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