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When it was discovered the chips could also deliver a powerful electric discharge to assure the 198 could be subdued, they rioted.
Mister M used his powers to remove the chips and they left the mansion.
When Namorita attempted to capture Nitro, he used his explosive powers and destroyed several city blocks, including the elementary school at the epicenter. seemed to have assumed the brunt of enforcing the act under acting director Maria Hill. After his escape, Cap began organizing other anti-registration heroes into a group the press dubbed the "Secret Avengers." Most of his core group (Captain America, Hercules, Bill Foster, Luke Cage, Daredevil (Daniel Rand), Falcon, and Cable) had to take on a series of identities to avoid capture, literally becoming outlaws. Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards), with the help of Yellowjacket and Tony Stark, began work on designing a prison (nicknamed 42 because it was the forty-second idea on Tony's list of ways to improve the world) to detain superpowered violators.
All of the New Warriors, the three villains accompanying Nitro, and over 600 civilians, among them 60 school children, were killed. Captain America (Steve Rogers) balked at leading a force to apprehend rogue heroes. The Secret Avengers apprehended a number of criminals while evading the opposing heroes and the new S. Most of the pro-registration heroes, such as Mister Fantastic, Doc Samson, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Ms Marvel (Carol Danvers), and Wonder Man, already had highly public identities.
Wolverine felt that the act was every bit as racist and oppressive as the Mutant Registration Act, while Bishop felt it was necessary to embrace the act and make sure that mutants could continue to self-police, lest the truly oppressive regime of his home timeline should come to pass.During a live, nationally televised broadcast, he pulled off his mask and announced, "My name is Peter Parker, and I've been Spider-Man since I was fifteen years old." The X-Men, on behalf of the mutant community, declared neutrality in the growing conflict.Acting leader Cyclops felt that the mutants had already been through too much during the Decimation to take a stand either way and survive.His neck was snapped by Johnny Dee (via his duplicate of the general) and the mutants and heroes rallied together to prevent disaster.
The more sympathetic director of O*N*E, Val Cooper, now seems to have a free hand with regards to the mutant refugees.X-Factor Investigations, an independent group of private investigators made up in part by members of the old superteam X-Factor, have recently set up shop in Mutant Town, and at times have been the only ones protecting the former mutants and putting down hate-induced riots.