"X-Men Millennial Visions" #2001, the one-shot series, offers us a glimpse into a twisted future where our favorite heroes are radically different. In "Brother(hoods) Keeper," we discover that Magneto and Rogue Darkholme, a combination of Rogue and Mystique, had a child named Plague.
Mystique's son, Kurt Wagner was the object of a genetic experiment done by Magneto. Mystique does not loose the powers that she has gained in The Cauldron II from the Gem of Cyttorak and gains more control over her shapeshifting powers.
Mystique has at least two biological children: Nightcrawler, who she fathered with the demon Azazel, and the late anti-mutant campaigner Graydon Creed, who she fathered with Sabretooth.
Years ago Mystique had an affair with Victor Creed and they had a son, Graydon Creed, the recently-assassinated presidential candidate and hater of mutants.
While both formidable on their own, Destiny and Mystique share a deep love that makes them one of Marvel's most influential power couples, even in the face of an uncertain future.
Ultimately, Mystique chose to stick with Magneto, and the two of them have hardly separated since. Though they do occasionally fight and separate, they stay together for a long time — until Mystique loses her abilities.
Irene Adler was born in Salzburg, Austria. Mystique was working as a consulting detective when Destiny sought her help in understanding the precognitive visions recorded in her diaries. During this time, the two fell in love. Background details suggest that this meeting took place around 1900.
Although he has plenty of alternate timeline children and even a clone or two, there are three children for whom Magneto is most well known: Wanda, Pietro, and Lorna.
Raze Darkhölme was the mutant son of Wolverine and Mystique. For unknown reasons, Raze killed his mother and replaced her. He was eventually found in Madripoor by his half-brother Charles Xavier II, who was given away by Mystique just after birth.
Powers and abilities. Mystique is a mutant shapeshifter with the ability to molecularly shift the formation of her biological cells at will to change her appearance and thereby assume the form of other humans and animals. She can also alter her voice to duplicate exactly that of another person.
Some characters like Mystique or Jacob Gavin have also been described as genderfluid by fans, and while I do not want to invalidate the way these characters have been interpreted by fans, their actual portrayal in-universe doesn't match the definition of genderfluidity.
Pietro Lensherr, a.k.a. Quicksilver, is the son of mutant supremacist Magneto and twin brother of Wanda. Magneto abandoned their human mother when the twins were children, taking them with him as he founded the Brotherhood of Mutants with Charles Xavier, whom the children regarded as an uncle.
Unifying all of these characters is Raven Darkhölme, a.k.a. Mystique. Raven is the biological mother of Kurt Wagner (Nightcrawler), as well as that of Victor Creed's (Sabretooth) son, Graydon Creed. She is also Anna Marie's (Rogue's) adoptive mother, having taken her in with Irene Adler, alias Destiny.
Not long after, she is approached by Mystique, who seeks her out on the advice of her precognitive partner Destiny. Mystique ultimately takes Rogue in as a daughter.
That's thirty years between the films – and yet the original characters have barely developed wrinkles. Is it because they're mutants? This applies to Mystique, who ages slowly thanks to her shapeshifting biological make-up.
Kate Howlett was the child of Wolverine and Jean Grey.
CAN MAGNETO LIFT THOR'S HAMMER? Yes,magneto can control magnetic fields not metals. So Marvel had revealed that Magneto can lift Thor's hammer.
1. Wiccan. Even more powerful than his mom, Wiccan is Scarlet Witch's reincarnated pseudo-kid and, therefore, Magneto's grandchild.
Mystique later married a German noble, Baron Christian Wagner under her true name, Raven Darkholme. Learning of her husband's infertility, Mystique took several other lovers in an attempt to conceive another child; eventually, she was seduced by the demon Azazel and became pregnant with his child.
After hinting for many years that Mystique was indeed Nightcrawler's biological mother, it was confirmed by writer Scott Lobdell in X-Men Unlimited #4.
She later told Wolverine that before had his memory wiped that they were lovers but that he is no longer the man she loved. She later left and rejoined Magneto.
Magneto understands that Mystique could be a danger to all mutants and he tries to kill her with the gun, as he is convinced her death will safeguard the future of mutant-kind.
Gambit denies that he ever slept with Mystique, but she refuses to disclose any information about their rendezvous, which makes things seem suspicious. Once the X-Men discover Mystique and Rogue learns that Gambit knew about her presence all along, she becomes skeptical of her lover and pushes him away.