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Dark Phoenix appears as a playable character in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds''. If Phoenix's life gets empty and her Hyper Combo Bar is full, she will turn into Dark Phoenix.
 
Dark Phoenix appears as a playable character in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds''. If Phoenix's life gets empty and her Hyper Combo Bar is full, she will turn into Dark Phoenix.
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== Powers and abilities ==
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Initially, Jean's powers were simply restricted to telekinesis, and even lifting her own weight quickly tired her. With training her telekinesis improved, but it wasn't until after she was released from the stasis chamber she was placed in by the Phoenix Force that her telekinesis really started to become powerful.
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Jean's telepathy was suppressed at a young age by [[Charles Xavier (Earth-616)|Charles Xavier]] after she connected with her dying friend, [[Annie Richardson (Earth-616)|Annie Richardson]]. Later, Xavier released these mental blocks for a more mature Jean.<ref>Implied in {{c|X-Men #41}}</ref>{{r|X-Men #43}} She lost telepathy following her release from the Phoenix egg, only to regain it after battling [[Psynapse (Earth-616)|Psynapse]] with [[X-Factor (Earth-616)|X-Factor]].
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While accessing the Phoenix Force, Jean's empathy, telepathy and telekinesis are greatly magnified and heightened to an incredible degree. The Phoenix Force also allows her to travel unaided through the vacuum of space, cross interstellar distances faster than the speed of light, and to manifest flames while using her powers, often in the shape of a fiery raptor.
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*'''Empathy:''' On many occasions, Jean has shown to have incredibly strong empathic powers that enable her to control, manipulate and alter the feelings, sensations, and emotions of others. It is because of her empathic abilities that the almighty Phoenix Force had chosen her as its rightful human host. In other versions, she had not been shown possessing any types of empathic abilities except for telekinesis and telepathy.{{r|X-Men Origins: Jean Grey #1}}
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*'''''Telepathy''''':<ref>Intermittently, starting in {{c|X-Men #41}}</ref> Jean is able to read thoughts, project and broadcast her own thoughts, as well as affect the minds of humans and animals with higher order intelligence (such as dolphins, ravens or dogs). The range at which she can perform these feats is greatly increased while she is accessing the Phoenix Force. After her absorption of Psylocke's specialized telepathy, Jean's own telepathic skill and power was increased to a level at which she could create psionic firebirds capable of inflicting mental and physical damage. However this enhanced telepathy came at the temporary cost of her telekinesis. She has demonstrated the following specialized uses:
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**'''''Telepathic Defense:''''' She can manifest her telepathy in a number of defensive ways.
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**'''''Telepathic Cloak:''''' She can mask her presence and the use of her abilities from being detected by other psions and psychic entities. She can extend these defenses to others around her as well. Cloaking via telepathy is not perfect and powerful psis may notice and 'see' through this ability.
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**'''''Cloak Mind:''''' Ability to rearrange the “mental engrams” of mutants so their distinctive mutant thought patterns cannot be detected by [[Cerebro (Mutant Detector)|Cerebro]]-type devises or by other telepaths.
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**'''''Psychic Shield:''''' Ability to erect a psychic shield for protection of herself and the minds of others.
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**'''''Telepathic Illusions:''''' She can create realistic telepathic illusions and cause people to experience events which are not actually occurring.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #383}}
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**'''''Telepathic Camouflage:''''' She can alter the apparent physical appearance of herself and other people by altering the perceptions of those around her. This can go so far as to make other people believe that the camouflaged people are not there (invisible). A limit, if one exists, is only imposed by the number of people she is trying to fool, not the number of people she is camouflaging.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #333}}{{r|X-Men #104}}
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**'''''Telepathic Manipulation:''''' She can manipulate other people's minds easily, achieving a variety of effects.
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**'''''Memory alteration:'''''She can erase, implant, restore or alter the memory of others.{{r|New X-Men #123}}
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**'''''Mind Control:''''' She can control the thoughts and actions of others.{{r|X-Men #113}}
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**'''''Mind Possession:''''' She can possess the mind of another, and use that being's body as her own.{{r|New X-Men #124}}
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**'''''Personality Alteration:''''' She can alter the minds of others by force of will, thus permanently changing their personality partially or entirely.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #392}}
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**'''''Mental Paralysis:''''' She can induce temporary mental or physical paralysis.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #392}}{{r|X-Men: The Search for Cyclops #4}}
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**'''''Mental Amnesia:''''' She can erase any awareness of particular memories or cause total amnesia.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #392}}{{r|New X-Men #123}}
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**'''''Mind Transferral:''''' She can transfer both her mind and powers into other host bodies if her own physical body was somehow killed.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #281}}{{r|Uncanny X-Men #282}}
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**'''''Heal Trauma:''''' She has the ability to erase a person’s memories and to heal mental trauma through “psychic surgery,” as well as the power to stimulate or deaden the pain and pleasure centers in a person's brain.{{r|Uncanny X-Men #381}}
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**'''''Mental Sedating:''''' Can telepathically "sedate" her victims so that, if already rendered unconscious, they remain so for as long as she continues to "sedate" them.
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**'''''Neural Jumpstart:''''' She can increase the speed of neural signals in the brain, which could increase another mutant's powers to incredible levels, but the effect was only temporary.{{r|X-Men: Black Sun #5}}
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**'''''Dilate Power:''''' Ability to place “psychic inhibitors” in the minds of mutant adversaries to prevent them from using their powers.{{r|X-Men: The Search for Cyclops #4}}{{r|X-Men Unlimited #27}}
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**'''''Mind Link:''''' Ability to develop a mental link with any person, which remains as a connection to that individual.
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**'''''Psychic Blast:''''' She can project psychic force bolts which have no physical effects but which can affect a victim's mind, causing them pain, knocking them unconsciousness or turning the victim "brain-dead".
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**'''''Astral Projection:''''' She can project her astral form from her body onto the [[Astral Plane]] or the physical plane. In the physical plane she can travel in astral form over vast distances. In the astral plane, she can mentally create psionic objects and manipulate the aspects of her environment. She can communicate with others astrally through her own will, or through contact with the thoughts and memories of others.{{r|X-Men #53}}{{r|Uncanny X-Men #384}}
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**'''''Mental Detection:''''' She can sense the presence of another superhuman mutant within a small but as yet undefined radius of herself by perceiving the distinctive mental radiations emitted by such a being.{{r|New X-Men #117}}
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[[File:New X-Men Vol 1 120 Textless.jpg|thumb|150px|Phoenix telekinetically controlling glass shards]]
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*'''''Telekinesis:''''' Projection of psychokinetic energy enables her to levitate objects, propel or manipulate them however she wishes, lift herself and move through the air to simulate flight, stimulate individual molecules to create heat, generate concussive force as blasts or bursts, and create protective shields. While she has access to the [[Phoenix Force]], she is able to manipulate matter and energy on a sub-atomic scale using her telekinesis. She can even change her Phoenix clothes into a set of street clothes, and lift multiple heavy objects at once without having any difficulties.
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**'''''Psychic Firebird:''''' She can manifest her telekinesis as a psychic firebird, whose claws could inflict both physical and mental damage.{{r|Marvel Comics Presents #15}}{{r|Uncanny X-Men #382|383}}
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**'''''Force Field:''''' She can create a telekinetic field to either shield her and her teammates or use it to lift multiple heavy objects at her enemy.
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**'''''Matter Transmutation:''''' She can manipulate and transmute matter on a sub-atomic level (e.g., turning wood into gold, plant into crystal, and cause physical bodies to disintegrate by altering their molecular structure, etc).{{r|X-Men #129}}
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===As the Phoenix Force Avatar===
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As the favored and true avatar of the powerful Phoenix Force, Jean may greatly increase her powers by tapping into the life energies of those yet unborn.{{c|Excalibur #25}}{{r|Excalibur #61}} The Phoenix Force also allows its avatars to manifest additional powers, especially in terms of Jean as its "host, house, and self". Jean Grey is the strongest and complete host of Phoenix Force and as such, she is even capable of forcibly ripping it out of another host and forcing its status upon herself <ref>[[Phoenix Force (Earth-616)#Endsong and Warsong]]</ref>. They became the White Phoenix Of The Crown.
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*'''''Interstellar Travel:''''' A Phoenix Force avatar can fly unaided through the vacuum of space, and can travel interstellar distances faster than the speed of light
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*'''''Cosmic Pyrokinesis:''''' Jean, while acting as a Phoenix Force avatar, can create 'cosmic' fire under any conditions- even the impossible ones such as in the vacuum of space or underwater. This fire does not require oxygen to burn, and burns so intensely that matter is consumed without by-products such as ash. Jean has perfect control over this fire, and it only consumes what she wills. Typically it manifests as a raptor or part of a raptor such as a claw or wings. It is unclear whether this fire is an extension of her powerful telekinesis or a more general property of the Phoenix Force, or it is possible that she can create her very powerful 'cosmic' fire by the combination of both her extended telekinesis power and Phoenix Force as the result of her status as the one true Phoenix. It is certainly true that the cosmic fire is literal punctuation to the Phoenix's purpose to 'burn away what doesn't work' and 'burn through lies'.
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*'''''Cosmic Teleportation:''''' She can teleport her and others across vast distances such as to another planet or galaxy, across the vast vacuum of space itself,{{r|Classic X-Men #8}} or even an entirely new timeline all-together.{{r|New X-Men #154}}
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*'''''Concussive Force Blasts:''''' She can use the 'Phoenix energy' to manipulate and project multiple forms of energy, and use it to project blasts and beams of immense concussive force powerful enough to destroy whole planetary bodies.{{r|X-Men #129}}
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*'''''Telekinetic Sensitivity:''''' This lets her feel the texture of objects she has a telekinetic hold on, feel when other objects come into contact with them, and probe them at a molecular level to identify if they contain alien materials or feel when two things which she has a telekinetic “hold” upon are similarly composed.{{r|New X-Men #128}}{{r|New X-Men #133}}
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[[File:Jean Grey & Emma Frost XM v2 141 p17 f4.jpg|right|thumb|150px|Phoenix resurrecting [[Emma Frost (Earth-616)|Emma Frost]]]]
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*'''''Resurrection:''''' The Phoenix Force can resurrect others after they have died into pure living flesh, bone, and blood.{{r|New X-Men #141}} It is unknown if factors such as time since death have an effect on the ability to successfully resurrect a person, nor is it clear how the Phoenix calls back the soul of a person to their body.{{r|New X-Men #148}}{{r|New X-Men #150}}{{r|New X-Men #152}}{{r|New X-Men #154}}{{r|X-Men Phoenix Endsong #1}}{{r|X-Men Phoenix Endsong #3}}{{r|X-Men Phoenix Endsong #5}}<!-- It has been suggested that she can resurrect others as well by reconstructing and repairing their bodies at a molecular level. Documentation is needed. It is unclear how Phoenix recalls the spirit of the departed in these cases, if such an act is possible. -->
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*'''''Energy Absorption:''''' She can directly absorb, manipulate, generate and fully control any type of energy such as Cyclops' ruby-red-colored optic blasts or the entire energy of a star, black hole, or even a whole galaxy. Jean, as the "One-True Phoenix", was shown to be able to activate and deactivate the mutations of other's with just the use of her psychic abilities.{{r|X-Men Phoenix Endsong #5}}.
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*'''''Life-Force Control:''''' As Jean is one with the Phoenix Force, she can fully control and manipulate life and death itself, as such, it can take the "life energy" from something, rendering it "dead" or ''vice versa''.{{r|X-men Phoenix Endsong #2}}{{r|X-Men Phoenix Endsong #5}}
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*'''''Immortality:''''' Jean and the Phoenix Force are one-and-the-same entity at some fundamental level,and as such Jean can never truly die and as a Phoenix Force avatar she does not age. Upon the death of her corporeal form, Jean spends time in the [[The White Hot Room]] doing 'Phoenix work'. The Phoenix Force can also restore Jean's body to life, although there appears to be some unknown limitation to how quickly it can successfully accomplish this following her death.
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[[File:White_Phoenix_Of_The_Crown_Power.jpg|thumb|Power Of The Crown]]
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*'''''Temporal Manipulation:''''' While acting as the Phoenix Force avatar can manipulate the past, present and future across large temporal distances and with a profound knowledge of the causal effect her actions will have and see through the time. It may be the case that time as a concept doesn't apply to the White Hot Room. Jean as the [[White Phoenix|White Phoenix of the Crown]] held her universe in her palms possessing the infinite power to write what she would as the "One True Phoenix" in any timeline, using it to manipulate the past to save her timeline from a horrible future, altering the memories of everyone in the reality itself in the process.{{r|New X-Men #154}}
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*'''''Atmokinesis:''''' Jean is capable of manipulating and creating cosmic weather. It can create cosmic storms, solar flares, geomagnetic storms, cosmic rays , coronal mass ejection and black holes. It was thanks to this that Storm could find Dark Phoenix, by tracking the disturbances on the weather the she was generating.{{r|X-Men Phoenix Endsong #5}}
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*'''''Existence Mastery:''''' Since Jean Grey is Phoenix entirely she is able to possesses total control over the entirety of existence. She can warp reality, bring anything into existence, freely manipulate all existing things and return them to nothingness when their purpose is extinguished. It's possible that she could have created and given birth by using a portion of the Phoenix Force to create [[Hope Summers (Earth-616)|Hope Summers]]. Though Jean herself did not give birth but gave the portion to her the minute she was born so she could save the mutant race. Another possibility would be her appearance (Hope possesses Jean's green eyes and red hair and resembles her also being the only other host that has been linked to the Phoenix without actually ''being'' a host at the time as well as the only other avatar to turn into a White Phoenix) and that she is Phoenix.
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| Abilities = Phoenix excels at astral combat. She maintained a psychic link to [[Scott Summers (Earth-616)|Cyclops]] for a number of years. She possessed the memories of the Phoenix duplicate of her as well as those of [[Madelyne Pryor (Earth-616)|Madelyne Pryor-Summers]], her clone, and is thus an expert pilot. Jean has shown some proficiency in hand-to-hand, non-psionic combat; the extent of this is unknown as she prefers to utilize her telekinesis and telepathy during battle. She has a college education from [[Metro College]].
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| Strength = Jean possesses the normal human strength of a woman of her age, height and build who engages in [[Strength_Scale#Average_Human|moderate regular exercise]]. However, some incarnations of Phoenix, including at least the first appearance of Dark Phoenix at the [[Hellfire Club (Earth-616)|Hellfire Club]], possessed superstrength sufficient to lift over 100 tons physically.
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Jean demonstrated the upper-limit of her kinetic strength by grasping multiple components (the strewn rubble of a [[Genosha |Genoshan]] school), which, according to [[Henry McCoy (Earth-616)|Hank McCoy]], weighed anywhere up to 50 tons.{{r|New X-Men #116}} From this display it can be theorized that Jean's maximum telekinetic load without the use of the phoenix force is 50 tons, though she could lift Avalon. And could stop a plane in mid air and lift it, while feeling Cable's pain with her telepathy.
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

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Dark Phoenix is the name given to Jean Grey after she became corrupted by the Hellfire Club and turned into a vastly powerful supervillain who proceeded to cause chaos across the universe until being defeated in a battle than supposedly claimed her life (of course Jean Grey was later revealed alive) - although modern retelling attribute much of the events to the corruption of the Phoenix-Force in the original comic book (and X-Men 3) the Dark-Phoenix was simply Jean Grey gone bad rather than a separate/merged entity.

The Phoenix, in the form of Jean, appeared as the primary antagonist of X-Men: The Last Stand and a prominent plot point in the final episodes of Wolverine and the X-Men. Dark Phoenix was also used in the 1990's X-Men cartoon's third season. She was portrayed by actress Famke Jansen in X-Men: The Last Stand.

Appearances in other media

Jean-Grey

All powerful Dark Phoenix

X-Men: The Last Stand

Dark Phoenix is the secondary, later true main antagonist in X-Men: The Last Stand - this time caused by Jean apparently going insane. In the film, Professor Xavier recognizably remembered this alternate personality of Jean Grey by its other name "The Phoenix", whom he sees as in his own words, "a creature all desire, joy and rage".

X-Men: The Animated Series

Dark Phoenix also appeared in the animated series X-Men, in its third season as the true main antagonist. In this series, the ending of the Phoenix story arc shows Jean Grey, as Phoenix (still as a fiery creature), taking the super-powerful M'Kraan Crystal into the core of the Earth's yellow sun. Oddly, both survived this and were eventually brought to Muir Island, where Phoenix was developing a darker side that Xavier was understandably scared of. Phoenix would refuse to abandon Jean's body, which leads to her getting captured by the Inner Circle (Hellfire Club) and mind-controlled. Dark Phoenix emerged and broke free of the Inner Circle's control, going into space to destroy a star that was monitored by Shi'Ar explorers. Shi'Ar queen Lilandra goes to Earth and demands that the Dark Phoenix be executed due to it being able to destroy "all that is", just like the M'Kraan Crystal that spawned it. The X-Men have to battle the Shi'Ar's gladiators to save Jean, but when her powers become dangerous, she uses a Shi'Ar space cannon to kill herself. Phoenix emerges and, with the X-Men's life-force, resurrects Jean and leaves.

Wolverine and the X-Men

The Phoenix is featured as the hidden tertiary antagonist in the TV series Wolverine and the X-Men. In this series, the Phoenix is a creature that has been around on Earth since homo superior first appeared. It would enter the host mutant at birth, grow within it and then reach maturity, at which point it would cause mass destruction and risk total destruction of Earth. At the start of the series, a mysterious explosion occurred at the X-Mansion that presumably killed Jean Grey and Professor X.

A year later, Magneto finds a comatose Professor X on the shores of his kingdom of Genosha. The Professor is brought back to the X-Mansion, where the Professor reveals that the coma he is in will last for 20 years and he has woken up to see a world ravaged by fire and the robotic Sentinels are making mutants an endangered species. The cause of both the explosion and the fires on Earth were revealed towards the end of the series, when Emma Frost and Cyclops look at the X-Mansion before it is destroyed; both were caused by stress from Jean Grey, the unfortunate host of the Phoenix, who would unintentionally unleash her powers.

In "Shades of Grey", Jean Grey (who has recently woken up from a coma in a hospital) is ratted out to the Mutant Response Division, who comes to capture her. The Phoenix suddenly manifests and unleashes a psychic wave that causes a portion of the East Coast to lose consciousness. Cyclops and Emma save Jean from Mister Sinister, who uses her Phoenix powers to defeat him. Emma brings Jean before the Inner Circle and tells Jean of the Phoenix, what it can do and how they can stop it; by getting the Stepford Cuckoos to absorb the Phoenix. However, when Emma discovers what the Inner Circle plans to do with the Phoenix, she absorbs the fiery creature into her body, turns into diamond and explodes, releasing the Phoenix into the atmosphere and killing both of them.

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

In the first game, Dark Phoenix appears at the end of the game. If the player decided to save Nightcrawler instead of Jean Grey in Mephisto's realm, Dark Phoenix will come to Earth and take revenge on the people who refused to save her.

In Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, Jean Grey is playable with the Phoenix and Dark Phoenix outfits being available to her.

Dark Phoenix appears as a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. If Phoenix's life gets empty and her Hyper Combo Bar is full, she will turn into Dark Phoenix.


Powers and abilities

Initially, Jean's powers were simply restricted to telekinesis, and even lifting her own weight quickly tired her. With training her telekinesis improved, but it wasn't until after she was released from the stasis chamber she was placed in by the Phoenix Force that her telekinesis really started to become powerful.

Jean's telepathy was suppressed at a young age by Charles Xavier after she connected with her dying friend, Annie Richardson. Later, Xavier released these mental blocks for a more mature Jean.[1]Template:R She lost telepathy following her release from the Phoenix egg, only to regain it after battling Psynapse with X-Factor.

While accessing the Phoenix Force, Jean's empathy, telepathy and telekinesis are greatly magnified and heightened to an incredible degree. The Phoenix Force also allows her to travel unaided through the vacuum of space, cross interstellar distances faster than the speed of light, and to manifest flames while using her powers, often in the shape of a fiery raptor.

  • Empathy: On many occasions, Jean has shown to have incredibly strong empathic powers that enable her to control, manipulate and alter the feelings, sensations, and emotions of others. It is because of her empathic abilities that the almighty Phoenix Force had chosen her as its rightful human host. In other versions, she had not been shown possessing any types of empathic abilities except for telekinesis and telepathy.Template:R
  • Telepathy:[2] Jean is able to read thoughts, project and broadcast her own thoughts, as well as affect the minds of humans and animals with higher order intelligence (such as dolphins, ravens or dogs). The range at which she can perform these feats is greatly increased while she is accessing the Phoenix Force. After her absorption of Psylocke's specialized telepathy, Jean's own telepathic skill and power was increased to a level at which she could create psionic firebirds capable of inflicting mental and physical damage. However this enhanced telepathy came at the temporary cost of her telekinesis. She has demonstrated the following specialized uses:
    • Telepathic Defense: She can manifest her telepathy in a number of defensive ways.
    • Telepathic Cloak: She can mask her presence and the use of her abilities from being detected by other psions and psychic entities. She can extend these defenses to others around her as well. Cloaking via telepathy is not perfect and powerful psis may notice and 'see' through this ability.
    • Cloak Mind: Ability to rearrange the “mental engrams” of mutants so their distinctive mutant thought patterns cannot be detected by Cerebro-type devises or by other telepaths.
    • Psychic Shield: Ability to erect a psychic shield for protection of herself and the minds of others.
    • Telepathic Illusions: She can create realistic telepathic illusions and cause people to experience events which are not actually occurring.Template:R
    • Telepathic Camouflage: She can alter the apparent physical appearance of herself and other people by altering the perceptions of those around her. This can go so far as to make other people believe that the camouflaged people are not there (invisible). A limit, if one exists, is only imposed by the number of people she is trying to fool, not the number of people she is camouflaging.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Telepathic Manipulation: She can manipulate other people's minds easily, achieving a variety of effects.
    • Memory alteration:She can erase, implant, restore or alter the memory of others.Template:R
    • Mind Control: She can control the thoughts and actions of others.Template:R
    • Mind Possession: She can possess the mind of another, and use that being's body as her own.Template:R
    • Personality Alteration: She can alter the minds of others by force of will, thus permanently changing their personality partially or entirely.Template:R
    • Mental Paralysis: She can induce temporary mental or physical paralysis.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Mental Amnesia: She can erase any awareness of particular memories or cause total amnesia.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Mind Transferral: She can transfer both her mind and powers into other host bodies if her own physical body was somehow killed.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Heal Trauma: She has the ability to erase a person’s memories and to heal mental trauma through “psychic surgery,” as well as the power to stimulate or deaden the pain and pleasure centers in a person's brain.Template:R
    • Mental Sedating: Can telepathically "sedate" her victims so that, if already rendered unconscious, they remain so for as long as she continues to "sedate" them.
    • Neural Jumpstart: She can increase the speed of neural signals in the brain, which could increase another mutant's powers to incredible levels, but the effect was only temporary.Template:R
    • Dilate Power: Ability to place “psychic inhibitors” in the minds of mutant adversaries to prevent them from using their powers.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Mind Link: Ability to develop a mental link with any person, which remains as a connection to that individual.
    • Psychic Blast: She can project psychic force bolts which have no physical effects but which can affect a victim's mind, causing them pain, knocking them unconsciousness or turning the victim "brain-dead".
    • Astral Projection: She can project her astral form from her body onto the Astral Plane or the physical plane. In the physical plane she can travel in astral form over vast distances. In the astral plane, she can mentally create psionic objects and manipulate the aspects of her environment. She can communicate with others astrally through her own will, or through contact with the thoughts and memories of others.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Mental Detection: She can sense the presence of another superhuman mutant within a small but as yet undefined radius of herself by perceiving the distinctive mental radiations emitted by such a being.Template:R
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  • Telekinesis: Projection of psychokinetic energy enables her to levitate objects, propel or manipulate them however she wishes, lift herself and move through the air to simulate flight, stimulate individual molecules to create heat, generate concussive force as blasts or bursts, and create protective shields. While she has access to the Phoenix Force, she is able to manipulate matter and energy on a sub-atomic scale using her telekinesis. She can even change her Phoenix clothes into a set of street clothes, and lift multiple heavy objects at once without having any difficulties.
    • Psychic Firebird: She can manifest her telekinesis as a psychic firebird, whose claws could inflict both physical and mental damage.Template:RTemplate:R
    • Force Field: She can create a telekinetic field to either shield her and her teammates or use it to lift multiple heavy objects at her enemy.
    • Matter Transmutation: She can manipulate and transmute matter on a sub-atomic level (e.g., turning wood into gold, plant into crystal, and cause physical bodies to disintegrate by altering their molecular structure, etc).Template:R

As the Phoenix Force Avatar

As the favored and true avatar of the powerful Phoenix Force, Jean may greatly increase her powers by tapping into the life energies of those yet unborn. Excalibur #25
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Template:R The Phoenix Force also allows its avatars to manifest additional powers, especially in terms of Jean as its "host, house, and self". Jean Grey is the strongest and complete host of Phoenix Force and as such, she is even capable of forcibly ripping it out of another host and forcing its status upon herself [3]. They became the White Phoenix Of The Crown.

  • Interstellar Travel: A Phoenix Force avatar can fly unaided through the vacuum of space, and can travel interstellar distances faster than the speed of light
  • Cosmic Pyrokinesis: Jean, while acting as a Phoenix Force avatar, can create 'cosmic' fire under any conditions- even the impossible ones such as in the vacuum of space or underwater. This fire does not require oxygen to burn, and burns so intensely that matter is consumed without by-products such as ash. Jean has perfect control over this fire, and it only consumes what she wills. Typically it manifests as a raptor or part of a raptor such as a claw or wings. It is unclear whether this fire is an extension of her powerful telekinesis or a more general property of the Phoenix Force, or it is possible that she can create her very powerful 'cosmic' fire by the combination of both her extended telekinesis power and Phoenix Force as the result of her status as the one true Phoenix. It is certainly true that the cosmic fire is literal punctuation to the Phoenix's purpose to 'burn away what doesn't work' and 'burn through lies'.
  • Cosmic Teleportation: She can teleport her and others across vast distances such as to another planet or galaxy, across the vast vacuum of space itself,Template:R or even an entirely new timeline all-together.Template:R
  • Concussive Force Blasts: She can use the 'Phoenix energy' to manipulate and project multiple forms of energy, and use it to project blasts and beams of immense concussive force powerful enough to destroy whole planetary bodies.Template:R
  • Telekinetic Sensitivity: This lets her feel the texture of objects she has a telekinetic hold on, feel when other objects come into contact with them, and probe them at a molecular level to identify if they contain alien materials or feel when two things which she has a telekinetic “hold” upon are similarly composed.Template:RTemplate:R
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  • Energy Absorption: She can directly absorb, manipulate, generate and fully control any type of energy such as Cyclops' ruby-red-colored optic blasts or the entire energy of a star, black hole, or even a whole galaxy. Jean, as the "One-True Phoenix", was shown to be able to activate and deactivate the mutations of other's with just the use of her psychic abilities.Template:R.
  • Life-Force Control: As Jean is one with the Phoenix Force, she can fully control and manipulate life and death itself, as such, it can take the "life energy" from something, rendering it "dead" or vice versa.Template:RTemplate:R
  • Immortality: Jean and the Phoenix Force are one-and-the-same entity at some fundamental level,and as such Jean can never truly die and as a Phoenix Force avatar she does not age. Upon the death of her corporeal form, Jean spends time in the The White Hot Room doing 'Phoenix work'. The Phoenix Force can also restore Jean's body to life, although there appears to be some unknown limitation to how quickly it can successfully accomplish this following her death.
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  • Temporal Manipulation: While acting as the Phoenix Force avatar can manipulate the past, present and future across large temporal distances and with a profound knowledge of the causal effect her actions will have and see through the time. It may be the case that time as a concept doesn't apply to the White Hot Room. Jean as the White Phoenix of the Crown held her universe in her palms possessing the infinite power to write what she would as the "One True Phoenix" in any timeline, using it to manipulate the past to save her timeline from a horrible future, altering the memories of everyone in the reality itself in the process.Template:R
  • Atmokinesis: Jean is capable of manipulating and creating cosmic weather. It can create cosmic storms, solar flares, geomagnetic storms, cosmic rays , coronal mass ejection and black holes. It was thanks to this that Storm could find Dark Phoenix, by tracking the disturbances on the weather the she was generating.Template:R
  • Existence Mastery: Since Jean Grey is Phoenix entirely she is able to possesses total control over the entirety of existence. She can warp reality, bring anything into existence, freely manipulate all existing things and return them to nothingness when their purpose is extinguished. It's possible that she could have created and given birth by using a portion of the Phoenix Force to create Hope Summers. Though Jean herself did not give birth but gave the portion to her the minute she was born so she could save the mutant race. Another possibility would be her appearance (Hope possesses Jean's green eyes and red hair and resembles her also being the only other host that has been linked to the Phoenix without actually being a host at the time as well as the only other avatar to turn into a White Phoenix) and that she is Phoenix.


| Abilities = Phoenix excels at astral combat. She maintained a psychic link to Cyclops for a number of years. She possessed the memories of the Phoenix duplicate of her as well as those of Madelyne Pryor-Summers, her clone, and is thus an expert pilot. Jean has shown some proficiency in hand-to-hand, non-psionic combat; the extent of this is unknown as she prefers to utilize her telekinesis and telepathy during battle. She has a college education from Metro College.

| Strength = Jean possesses the normal human strength of a woman of her age, height and build who engages in moderate regular exercise. However, some incarnations of Phoenix, including at least the first appearance of Dark Phoenix at the Hellfire Club, possessed superstrength sufficient to lift over 100 tons physically.

Jean demonstrated the upper-limit of her kinetic strength by grasping multiple components (the strewn rubble of a Genoshan school), which, according to Hank McCoy, weighed anywhere up to 50 tons.Template:R From this display it can be theorized that Jean's maximum telekinetic load without the use of the phoenix force is 50 tons, though she could lift Avalon. And could stop a plane in mid air and lift it, while feeling Cable's pain with her telepathy.



Trivia

  • In X-Men: The Last Stand, Dark Phoenix was the true main antagonist because she had bigger plans and was more powerful than Magneto.

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Comics
Abomination | Adversary | Ahab | A.I.M. | Apocalypse | Arcade | Archangel | Arkon | Avalanche | Azazel | Badoon | Bastion | Batroc | Belasco | Beyonder | Blastaar | Blood Brothers | Bolivar Trask | Blob | Brotherhood of Evil Mutants | Bullseye | Cameron Hodge | Cassandra Nova | Children of the Vault | Clan Akkaba | Count Nefaria | Crossbones | Dark Beast | Dark Phoenix | Dark X-Men | Deadpool | Demon Bear | Doctor Doom | Doctor Octopus | Dracula | Emma Frost | Exodus | Fenris | Freedom Force | Friends of Humanity | Galactus | Graydon Creed | Hand | Hela | Hellfire Club | High Evolutionary | Holocaust | Horsemen of Apocalypse | HYDRA | Impossible Man | Juggernaut | Kang | Kid Omega | Kingpin | Krakoa | Kraven | Lady Deathstrike | Legion | Leper Queen | Lilith | Living Monolith | Lizard | Loki | Madelyne Pryor | Magneto | Magus | Mandarin | Marrow | Masters of Evil | Master Mold | Maximus | Mesmero | Mikhail Rasputin | Mister Jip | Mister Sinister | Mojo | Mole Man | Morlocks | Moses Magnum | Mutant Response Division | Mystique | N'Astirh | Nanny | Nekra | Neo | Nimrod | Nitro | Obnoxio the Clown | Omega Gang | Omega Red | Onslaught | Orphan-Maker | Ozymandias | Pandemonia | Phalanx | Pilgrimm | Predator X | Proteus | Psycho-Man | Purifiers | Pyro | Quicksilver | Reavers | Red Ghost | Red Skull | Rhino | Right | Rogue | Sabretooth | Sat-Yr-9 | Sauron | Savage Land Mutates | Scarlet Witch | Sebastian Shaw | Selene Gallio | Sentinels | Serpent Society | Shadow King | Shadow Xavier | Shocker | Silver Sable | Silver Samurai | Simon Trask | Skrulls | Spiral | Stranger | Stryfe | Stephen Lang | Sublime | Sugarman | Super-Adaptoid | Supreme Intelligence | Toad | Trevor Fitzroy | Typhoid Mary | Tyrannus | Unus | Vulcan | Wendigo | William Stryker | Xemnu | Xorn

Movies
X-Men: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Mystique, Sabretooth & Toad) | Pyro
X2: William Stryker Jr. | Lady Deathstrike | Jason Stryker | Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Mystique & Pyro)
X-Men: The Last Stand: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Dark Phoenix, Pyro, Juggernaut, Multiple Man & Mystique) | Omega Gang (Callisto, Psylocke, Quill, Arclight, Avalanche, Spike, Glob Herman & Phat) | Archangel
X-Men: First Class: Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Emma Frost, Azazel, Angel Salvadore & Riptide) | William Stryker Sr. | Magneto | Mystique
X-Men: Days of Future Past: Trask Industries (Bolivar Trask, William Stryker Jr. & Sentinels) | Magneto | Mystique | Toad | Horsemen of Apocalypse (Apocalypse)
X-Men: Apocalypse: Ashir En Sabah Nur/Horsemen of Apocalypse (Apocalypse, Magneto, Psylocke & Archangel) | Dark Phoenix | Mystique | William Stryker Jr.
Dark Phoenix: Dark Phoenix | D'Bari (Vuk & Jones) | Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto & Selene Gallio) | Mystique

Television
X-Men (1992): Magneto | Sentinels | Sabretooth | Juggernaut | Apocalypse | Mesmero | Horsemen of Apocalypse | Mister Sinister | Omega Red | Brotherhood of Mutants (Mystique, Avalanche, Blob & Pyro) | Dark Phoenix | Master Mold | Bolivar Trask | Silver Samurai | Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Harry Leland, Jason Wyngarde, Donald Pierce & Emma Frost) | Reavers (Bonebreaker & Lady Deathstrike) | Supreme Intelligence | D'Ken Neramani | Deathbird | Graydon Creed | Red Skull | Silver Samurai | High Evolutionary | Phalanx
X-Men: Evolution: Magneto | Brotherhood of Mutants (Mystique, Avalanche, Toad, Blob, Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch) | Pyro | Mastermind | HYDRA (Madame Viper & Omega Red) | David Haller | Juggernaut | Bolivar Trask | Sentinels | Apocalypse | Horsemen of Apocalypse | Mesmero | Destiny
Wolverine and the X-Men: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Mystique, Scarlet Witch, Juggernaut, Quicksilver, Avalanche, Blob, Pyro & Toad) | Dark Phoenix | Bolivar Trask | Sentinels | Sabretooth | Mutant Response Division (Colonel Moss) | Shadow King | Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Donald Pierce, Harry Leland, Selene Gallio, Emma Frost & Stepford Cuckoos) | Master Mold | Silver Samurai


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