This week, we see the aftermath of Inferno...and the first mentions of Sharon and Alycia, and the introduction of Adrian Lockhart aka BANE: ::this was different however. the destruction had come from within the group...from the one person they KNEW could do it, but still...despite Ororo's warnings and attempts at guidance fell on the deaf ears of the young and arrogant:: This week's playing threads are: https://amalgam.zone/threads/a-new-day-has-come.454/ https://amalgam.zone/threads/destiny-prevails-a-new-beginning.464/ https://amalgam.zone/threads/life-or-something-like-it.469/ https://amalgam.zone/threads/bad-reunions.470/ Some possible jumping off points for discussion (feel free to answer some or none of these): Why did the team stay together after this? Is there a Storm out there in the world somewhere? Is Alison destined to be destroyed by the visions she can't change, or is there a way for her to overcome her feelings of failure? Morgan STILL blames Cameron? Should Cameron as Ororo says own his part in setting Morgan off? Should Alison have saved Blaze instead of Cameron? Do you think Morgan blamed Alison for choosing her own brother? Did the Six only worry about Morgan's wants and needs like Erika said? Do you think Cameron really wanted Morgan dead? Did Alison knowingly let Haleigh die, as Haleigh thinks? What ever happened to Cassandra Alluisi? Was it really a good idea for Karen to bring everyone into Morgan's apartment the day after Inferno? Does Cameron really not have feelings for others at this point, as Ororo says? Should they have punished Morgan more for what she did? Would Cameron have been better off if he had moved back to LA as he'd planned?