Not only can she morph into anything and anyone, making her the ultimate fantasy, but she also has total command over herself, exhibiting a confidence and sensuality that is palpable. She's even used her body in non-consensual ways, demonstrating just how ruthless she is willing to be.
Say what you will about how cruel and callous she can be, but never underestimate the power of Mystique. It's not that Mystique never has affairs for her own pleasure, but throughout her history most of her relationships were merely ruses used to manipulate or trick people. In fact, many believe that after Mystique's best friend and perhaps the love of her life died more about that later , she never truly loved anyone again. Advertising [x] 15 Professor X This one came out of left field-- or should we say out of the movies, since the very idea didn't even seem plausible until Professor X and Mystique shared the screen together?
After Professor X died, the X-Men discovered that not only had he left the school to his wife, but that his wife was Mystique herself.
There is absolutely no mention of this prior to the reading of his will, making it clear that his students were baffled or, in the cause of the callous Snow Queen, delighted by the knowledge. It's fair to guess that the two slept together in their marriage, although it's obviously anything but your standard case of matrimony.
Most people speculate that this was simply a way to tie in the movies, just as Raven's bumpy, naked blue skin in later comics did.
Who saw that one coming? Alas, poor Bobby was just another victim of Mystique's deception as she was not truly working on the side of good, as he believed, but was undercover for Mister Sinister the entire time. After the two share some intense personal moments together that would look pretty sexy if you didn't already know that Mystique was using Bobby and who didn't? When you get involved with Mystique, you risk getting maimed or even murdered, as many of her lovers discover.
Being married to Pool obviously means sexy time for both participants, but how did they even end up together anyway? It was during Wade's years of involvement with the Weapon X program. As with many of her previous lovers, Mystique had simply been using him as her access card to get into Weapon X and steal files. It's not the weirdest marriage of Deadpool , though. He has married Domino, Outlaw, and plenty of other characters that he hasn't even been romantically linked to, and he's come close to marrying Ms.
His weirdest wife, of course, was a sock puppet of Copycat. Azazel , the demon who worked with Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost, was not only Nightcrawler's dad, but the lover of Mystique, who happens to be Nightcrawler's mom.
Azazel, whom she had an affair with while married to Baron Christian Wagner, is one of the earliest lovers in Mystique's life. She slept with him after he turned on the charm, but it was also during a time in her life when she sought a child.
Azazel only wanted to have sex with her and as many other women as possible in order to create ties to Earth and retain his ability to return to the planet as he desired. Mystique attempted to get rid of Kurt Wagner when he was born, tossing him into a river, but Azazel rescued him only to ask an old flame to raise him as one of her own. Not only did Eric appreciate her in her natural, blue-skinned glory in a way that her love interest Beast simply failed to do, but it also helped make their involvement in the first X-Men trilogy make more sense.
Although the newer X-films gave Mystique a richer history with a humanity and authenticity that made her so much more sympathetic than she's ever been in the comics, the earlier movies seemed to do the opposite, rendering her some kind of order-following naked minion.
As much as we missed the white dress and skull getup, at least this gave them a backstory that sort of made sense unless you're one of the fans who likes to pretend those first three films never happened in the first place. She planned on seducing Gambit in order to prove that he wasn't right for her daughter, and the scene between the two of them is literally steamy, seeing as it took place in the shower.
It's implied that the two didn't go all the way together, no matter how far Mystique tried to push it, but the last panel where Remy is holding himself against the wall either indicates that he attempted to relieve his frustrations on his own after she left or that she may have stuck around after all.
Either way, Remy only knows Foxx as an underage student and should want nothing to do with him, but Mystique's specialty is ferreting out peoples' weaknesses and exploiting them, often via sex.
There's more context clues in a deleted scene from X-Men: He had proven to be cruel to Raven, pushing her away from him and rejecting her natural appearance, but in this steamy scene, during which they both morph into their blue alter-egos as they roll around on the floor, he says she is beautiful. It's a shame that the scene had to be cut, especially given how much audiences adore the younger, kinder version of Mystique and how much Days of Future Past opened up the X-universe for some retcon.