Appearing in "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream"Edit
- Marie D'Ancanto
- Vange Whedon
- New Excalibur[[Category::wikipedia:Excalibur (Earth-616)/Appearances]]
- Attending the Grey's party
- Arclight (Philippa Sontag)
- Mammomax (Maximus Jensen)
- depowered mutants
- mutant refugees
- O*N*E staff and Enforcement Soldiers
- Xavier Institute
- Mansion grounds
- Carriage House
- Storm's Loft
- Conference Room
- New York State
Synopsis for "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Part of the Decimation event.
- This issue is 1 of 3 in the story arc entitled "Grey's End".
- (In a few panels) After fishing with Cannonball Nightcrawler receives a call from Nocturne, his alternate future daughter. As referenced in this issue, Nocturne has joined Captain Britain in the formation of the "New Excalibur".
- In Storm's carriage house, Bishop is seen running Sage's cyber-network and Vange Whedon converses with Marie D'Ancanto over the current situation (Decimation).
- The threat that mutants now face, is the apparent depowering of mutants in the aftermath of the House of M
- Jean Grey died in New X-Men #150 and was resurrected during X-Men Phoenix Endsong Vol 1, where she returned to the White Hot Room to collect her missing fragments.
- Sarah Grey-Bailey was absorbed by Phalanx (see Phalanx Covenant).
- Rachel first met her grandparents at a Christmas party in X-Men 165.
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