universe = Marvel Universe
| real_name = Rory Destine | identity = Secret | occupation = None | place_of_birth = Ravenscroft, England | groups = ClanDestine | citizenship = U.K. | education = Secondary school student | aliases = None | relatives = Adam Destine (father), unnamed genie (mother), Albert Destine (brother),Argent (Samantha Destine) (sister), Cap’n Oz (William Destine) (brother), Cuckoo (Kay Cera) (sister), [[Destine, Flo|Flo Destine (sister, deceased), [[Destine, Gracie|Gracie Destine (sister, deceased), Hex (Dominic Destine) (brother), Imp (Pandora Destine) (sister), [[Destine, Maurice|Maurice Destine (brother, deceased), Newton Destine (brother), Vincent Destine (brother, deceased), Wallop (Walter Destine) (brother) | height = | weight = | eyes = Blue | hair = Reddish-blonde | powers = As a member of the Clan Destine, Rory is extremely long-lived, and will age at a very slow rate, especially when he reaches maturity. Rory has the power to control gravity. He usually manifests this power by nullifying gravity around himself and others to enable flight, to increase the effectiveness of his punches, and to form a protective force field about his body. His powers are tied somehow with his twin sister's (Imp), as physical distance from her will not allow either of their powers to operate. | abilities = | weapons = None | paraphernalia = None | debut = ClanDestine #1 (1994) | origin = ClanDestine #5 (1994) | significant_issues = The existence of the family is uncovered, several family members are murdered (ClanDestine #1, 1994); helps reunite family members against Lenz of A.I.M. (ClanDestine #4, 1995); ran away to New York with sister, clashed with Spider-Man (ClanDestine #6-7); joined with family and the X-Men to defeat the villain Synraith (X-Men/ClanDestine #1-2, 1996) }}
One such excursion brought the twins upon a battle between the scientific organization A.I.M. and lackeys of the mutated being Lenz. The twins tried to stop them by taking the object of their dispute, the Gryphon, but soon fled the scene. Pandora's cape was stolen during the battle, and this caused the existence of the Clan to be revealed, and Lenz sent his agents to systematically kill the Destine family members. Pandora and Rory were soon told of their legacy, and the family eventually stopped the villain.
Walter tried to force the children to stop using their powers as crime fighters, prompting Rory to run away with Pandora's help (since they needed to be together to have their powers activated.) The twins helped stop an assassination attempt on their Clan sister, Cuckoo, and Walter reluctantly agreed to allow the children to fight crime with a chaperone.Rory was on hand when the demon Synraith pitted the mutant heroes of the X-Men against the ClanDestine in order to free himself. Synraith even tempted Rory and Pandora to join the X-Men, but was ultimately destroyed and the two teams soon parted under amiable terms.