|Real Name||John Wraith|
|Occupation||Mercenary, gym trainer|
|Affiliation||formerly Team X|
|First appearance||X-Men Origins: Wolverine|
|Last appearance||X-Men Origins: Wolverine|
X-Men Origins: WolverineEdit
John Wraith was a mutant with the ability to teleport anywhere. During the Vietnam War, Wraith was a member of a Black Ops group called Team X under the command of William Stryker. The team also consisted of James "Logan" Howlett, Victor Creed, Wade Wilson, Agent Zero, Christopher Bradley, and Fred Dukes. Possessing a level head, he seemingly calmed the team over disputes and was a medium for the aggressive natures of those around him.
After a mission in which Logan left, John remained with Stryker and began hunting his own kind. He was not aware the subjects were to be used in experiments to create the ultimate mutant hunter, something that would haunt him for the rest of his life. Soon after the team's disbandment, John opened a fitness center in Las Vegas in which fellow team member Fred Dukes, who had had gained a tremendous amount of weight, joined in an attempt to get back into shape, he once been. Soon, his old friend Logan arrived at his gym in an attempt to hunt down Victor Creed and Stryker. John joined his cause and helped him find the mutant Remy LeBeau, aka Gambit.
Upon arriving at a New Orleans casino, John went onto a balcony in an attempt to keep a look out for trouble when he spotted Victor. After Victor revealed he had killed Fred (this may have been a lie), John became infuriated and attacked Victor. Soon Victor grew tired of being punched and gripped John during mid-teleportation, holding onto and crushing his spine as John died trying to phase out of the hold.
His legacy would live on inside the new Weapon XI, Deadpool (Wade Wilson), who possessed John's teleportation ability.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Phase-Jumping: Psionic ability to teleport at will from any point in space to another, with what would appear to be an exceptionally high range. He could move about space at will, appearing and disappearing in a fashion that left no flashy burst of light or sound.
Appears to use his teleportation abilities in predicable attack patterns (according to Victor)
- X-Men Origins: Wolverine (death)