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| significant_issues = The existence of the family is uncovered, several family members are murdered (ClanDestine #1, 1994); Adam Destine returns, leading his family against Lenz of A.I.M. (ClanDestine #4, 1995); family origin revealed (ClanDestine #5, 1995); Select Clan members’ history revealed (ClanDestine #8, 1995); family teams up with Captain Britain against A.I.M., later revealed to be an elaborate dream (ClanDestine #9-12, 1995); family teams up with the X-Men against the demon Synraith (X-Men/ClanDestine #1-2, 1996)
| significant_issues = The existence of the family is uncovered, several family members are murdered (ClanDestine #1, 1994); Adam Destine returns, leading his family against Lenz of A.I.M. (ClanDestine #4, 1995); family origin revealed (ClanDestine #5, 1995); Select Clan members’ history revealed (ClanDestine #8, 1995); family teams up with Captain Britain against A.I.M., later revealed to be an elaborate dream (ClanDestine #9-12, 1995); family teams up with the X-Men against the demon Synraith (X-Men/ClanDestine #1-2, 1996)
| current_members = [[Destine, Adam|Adam Destine]], [[Destine, Albert|Albert Destine]], [[Argent|Argent (Samantha Destine)]], [[Cap'n Oz|Cap’n Oz (William Destine)]], [[Crimson Crusader|Crimson Crusader (Rory Destine)]], [[Cuckoo (Kay Cera)]], [[Hex|Hex (Dominic Destine)]], [[Imp|Imp (Pandora Destine)]], [[Destine, Newton|Newton Destine]], [[Wallop|Wallop (Walter Destine)]]
| current_members = [[Destine, Adam|Adam Destine]], [[Destine, Albert|Albert Destine]], [[Argent|Argent (Samantha Destine)]], [[Cap'n Oz|Cap’n Oz (William Destine)]], [[Crimson Crusader|Crimson Crusader (Rory Destine)]], [[Cuckoo (Kay Cera)]], [[Hex|Hex (Dominic Destine)]], [[Imp|Imp (Pandora Destine)]], [[Destine, Newton|Newton Destine]], [[Wallop|Wallop (Walter Destine)]]
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| former_members = Flo Destine (deceased), Gracie Destine (deceased), Maurice Destine (deceased), Vincent Destine (deceased)
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| former_members = [[Destine, Flo|Flo Destine]] (deceased), [[Destine, Gracie|Gracie Destine]] (deceased), [[Destine, Maurice|Maurice Destine]] (deceased), [[Destine, Vincent|Vincent Destine]] (deceased)
| other_members = Unrevealed
| other_members = Unrevealed
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bio_text = The ClanDestine is the name given to the family of [[Destine, Adam|Adam Destine]] (an immortal Englishman born in the 1200's), his true love (a magical genie), and their children.
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bio_text = The ClanDestine is the name given to the family of Adam Destine (an [[Glossary:I#immortal|immortal]] Englishman born in the 1200's), his true love (a [[Glossary:M#magic|magical]] genie), and their children.
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Although not truly on the same plane of existence, Adam's love contacts him periodically, and another member of the Clan soon is born. Apparently, dozens and dozens of individuals have been born over the centuries, each living an extended lifespan due to their heritage. Many would stay their ancestral home, Ravenscroft Manor in England, living a happy life.
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Although not truly on the same plane of existence, Adam's love contacts him periodically, and another member of the Clan soon is born. Apparently, dozens and dozens of individuals have been born over the centuries, each living an extended lifespan due to their heritage. Many would stay at their ancestral home, Ravenscroft Manor in England, living a happy life.
Ultimately, however, their happiness was shattered in recent years, sometime in the 1970's, by one of their own: Vincent Destine. Although his specific deeds remain a mystery, they quickly forced the family to become divided. When Adam felt forced to kill Vincent, his own son (and, some thought, his mother's favorite), some members sided with Adam, and others were directly opposed to his actions. With Vincent dead, Adam fled from Earth entirely, distraught over his actions and the family woes.
Ultimately, however, their happiness was shattered in recent years, sometime in the 1970's, by one of their own: Vincent Destine. Although his specific deeds remain a mystery, they quickly forced the family to become divided. When Adam felt forced to kill Vincent, his own son (and, some thought, his mother's favorite), some members sided with Adam, and others were directly opposed to his actions. With Vincent dead, Adam fled from Earth entirely, distraught over his actions and the family woes.
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Other troubles were coming to a head as well. The world was fast approaching an age where the Destine's family anonymity could be in question. Before, the long-lived and powerful Destines could enjoy moving from place to place without compromising questions or confusing identities. More often than not, the family fell victim time and time again to bigotry and hatred born from fear. [[Destine, Newton|Newton Destine]] proposed the "Relative Strangers Protocol," where the family would separate across the globe, to lessen the chances that anyone would learn the existence of the family.
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Other troubles were coming to a head as well. The world was fast approaching an age where the Destine's family anonymity could be in question. Before, the long-lived and powerful Destines could enjoy moving from place to place without compromising questions or confusing identities. More often than not, the family fell victim time and time again to bigotry and hatred born from fear. Newton Destine proposed the "Relative Strangers Protocol," where the family would separate across the globe, to lessen the chances that anyone would learn the existence of the family.
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This kept a period of stability for the family, as each remained in the life he or she created, maintaining limited contact with the rest of the family, until [[Crimson Crusader|Rory]]and [[Imp|Pandora]]’s actions during one night of crime-fighting caused the existence of the family to be discovered. This led to a chain of events that caused the murder of many Destine family members. Most of the family soon banded together in stopping the threat, and afterward they chose to remain closer together now that the Protocol was compromised.
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This kept a period of stability for the family, as each remained in the life he or she created, maintaining limited contact with the rest of the family, until Rory and Pandora’s actions during one night of crime-fighting caused the existence of the family to be discovered. This led to a chain of events that caused the murder of many Destine family members. Most of the family soon banded together in stopping the threat, and afterward they chose to remain closer together now that the Protocol was compromised.
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Current revision as of 21:18, 14 February 2008

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Base of Operations
Ravenscroft Manor, England (with various members scattered about the globe)

First Appearance
ClanDestine Preview #1 (1994)



The ClanDestine is the name given to the family of Adam Destine (an immortal Englishman born in the 1200's), his true love (a magical genie), and their children.

Although not truly on the same plane of existence, Adam's love contacts him periodically, and another member of the Clan soon is born. Apparently, dozens and dozens of individuals have been born over the centuries, each living an extended lifespan due to their heritage. Many would stay at their ancestral home, Ravenscroft Manor in England, living a happy life.

Ultimately, however, their happiness was shattered in recent years, sometime in the 1970's, by one of their own: Vincent Destine. Although his specific deeds remain a mystery, they quickly forced the family to become divided. When Adam felt forced to kill Vincent, his own son (and, some thought, his mother's favorite), some members sided with Adam, and others were directly opposed to his actions. With Vincent dead, Adam fled from Earth entirely, distraught over his actions and the family woes.

Other troubles were coming to a head as well. The world was fast approaching an age where the Destine's family anonymity could be in question. Before, the long-lived and powerful Destines could enjoy moving from place to place without compromising questions or confusing identities. More often than not, the family fell victim time and time again to bigotry and hatred born from fear. Newton Destine proposed the "Relative Strangers Protocol," where the family would separate across the globe, to lessen the chances that anyone would learn the existence of the family.

This kept a period of stability for the family, as each remained in the life he or she created, maintaining limited contact with the rest of the family, until Rory and Pandora’s actions during one night of crime-fighting caused the existence of the family to be discovered. This led to a chain of events that caused the murder of many Destine family members. Most of the family soon banded together in stopping the threat, and afterward they chose to remain closer together now that the Protocol was compromised.


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