Andrew "Andy" Weiser
Andy stands at a shocking 6'2". He has short, spiky black hair and
blue eyes. He has a small tattoo on the back of his neck, "L64," which
permanent reminder of his terrible past.
more or less, compassionate and cooperative.
Andy has the ability of pyrokinesis, the ability to control the kinetic energy
of atoms to generate, control or absorb fire. He can emit fire from his hands and eyes;
once the fire
has been produced, he can
manipulate the flame by shaping it as he desires, increasing or decreasing its
heat, intensity, and size.
He can douse a fire at a maximum distance of approximately 100 feet. He can only
reabsorb fire through his hands.
Andy has an extensive knowledge of literary work.
Andy grew up in an orphanage in Wisconsin.
began to display signs of mutation at the age of four he was handed over to the
military and taken to a mutant laboratory, somewhere in Arizona, where "L64"
was tattooed to the
back of his neck. L64 represented the lab facility he was in, Lab 64. Throughout
his life, he was constantly tortured and tested on like a lab rat - his memories
were even suppressed.
When he was fifteen years old, a sixteen year old boy by the
name of Damien DeVol had managed to escape from the lab facility nearby. Damien
was able to free
Andy and a small handful of other mutants and the group narrowly escaped being
recaptured. Once they reached a major city, the group went their separate ways.
Damien and Andy headed towards New York, having heard of the Xavier Institute,
a safe refuge for mutants. Upon reaching Westchester, NY, Andy decided to join the ACA
instead of joining the X-Men with Damien. However, six months later the ACA disbanded and Andy ended up
at the Xavier Institute. Andy was immediately enrolled in classes and became a full time
However, Andy's life was abruptly altered when he was given the chance
to have his memories returned. After an excruciatingly painful telepathy
session, Andy's memories were salvaged and he was able to recall his
last name, thus giving him the ability to locate his family.
Andy managed to track down his family in a small town in
Wisconsin. He was learned that both his parents were still alive, but were
divorced. In addition to which, he learned that he had three siblings: a younger
brother and two younger sisters. With the Xavier Institute Council's approval,
Andy immediately departed the mansion and took a train to the small town in Wisconsin.
He proceeded to take a taxi to
the two addresses he had written down. Andy's reunion with his family was bitter-sweet.
When he went to his father's house, after learning of Andy's mutation, his
father wanted nothing to do with him. However, his visit to his mother's house
was much more successful. His mother, his two younger sisters, and his younger
brother wanted to know everything about him. After spending three weeks with his
mother and siblings, Andy returned to the Xavier Institute while still keeping
in touch with his mother and siblings.
Andy graduated early from high school with an outstanding GPA. He had been an
for the last couple years and had enjoyed it immensely. However, Andy was in
need of a change. His reputation had
been tarnished due to a chip that had been implanted in his neck and caused him
to act out malicious deeds toward other X-Men. After enduring the
constant glares, snickers, and shoves in the hallways from certain people due to
information, some true and some wildly exaggerated, about events that occurred
between himself and his ex-girlfriend Ayami, he had had enough. Even though the
chip had been removed, Andy felt unable to remain at the mansion where a
majority of people did not trust him. He needed a fresh start. He went to Cat's office and asked for a
permanent transfer away from the mansion or he would leave the X-Men for good.
Cat, after Andy explained everything, agreed to transfer Andy to Rage's Hideout. Andy packed his
bags immediately and met Rage, Cat's brother, in the lobby. After bidding Cat
farewell, Rage and Andy disappeared in a ring of smoke. Although Andy was still an
he worked alongside Rage at Rage's Hideout, the location of which was
classified. He was uncertain if he would ever return to the mansion.
Andy adjusted rather quickly to his new surroundings
and new commitments. When he wasn't on missions or on duty, Andy wasn't very
sociable and he primarily kept to himself. He preferred the solitude of his
home. After the first three months of living at Rage's Hideout - a community of
roughly 250 mutants and humans of all ages and abilities - Andy was informed of
a threat made upon his family's life. With Rage's help, Andy's mother, two
younger sisters, and younger brother were brought to Rage's Hideout where they
would be safe from the unknown assassins.
Less than a month after the arrival of his family, two
budding fire mutants arrived at Rage's Hideout. They were ten-year-old twin
brothers who had been rescued from a mutant lab facility. With no where to place
them, Rage asked Andy if he would provide a temporary home for the two boys
until a better solution was made. Andy agreed and the two boys moved in to
It wasn't long before Andy and the two boys became
attached to one another. The three enjoyed spending time with together and Andy
took on the role of teaching them to control their fire abilities.
though Andy was only 19 years old, he felt as though these boys were his sons
and his own family. Just like his human family, Andy would do anything to
protect these two boys from harm. With Rage's help, Andy was able to get the
appropriate adoption papers.
Before long, Andy was the father of two young fire mutants.
the year of 2015, Andy made the decision to return to the Xavier Institute. He
and his family moved into the family housing in the X-Men dormitory wing. His
mother and siblings were assigned their own housing unit near Andy and his
adopted sons' housing unit. Andy's mother took a nursing position in the Medibay.
Andy's siblings, despite being non-mutants, attend school at the Xavier
Institute with Lucas, Noah, and the rest of the student population residing at
the mansion. Andy returned to his duties as an X-Men. As a happy father of two,
Andy was ecstatic that his family was able to move to
the Institute with him. Last but not least, he rekindled his relationship
with Ayami Horobi only to propose to her six months later.
residing at the Xavier Institute, Andy has watched his siblings and adopted sons
grow up in a safe and happy environment at the mansion. Andy's mother is still
working as a nurse in the Medibay at the Xavier Institute. However, Andy's
sisters Lauren and Anya graduated from New York University and are living in NYC.
Andy's brother Scott is attending a university in California. Andy's adoptive sons Lucas and Noah
are in their senior year of high school at the Xavier Institute. Andy
and Ayami married, and have moved
in together in the family unit style apartment in the student/resident dormitory
wing of the Xavier Institute.
Siblings: Lauren (Sister,
26), Anya (Sister, 24), Scott
Lucas and Noah (Adopted twin sons, 18), Alicia (Adopted daughter, 16)
Lucas and Noah (18,