She often stays very quiet as speaking causes her to breakdown in tears or rage. She hides in the Xavier Institute's forest, watches as the New Recruits play outside and Beast's lesson, she spies on the various X-Men, watching Kurt tease Kitty, Scott and Jean washing up, and breaks into Jean's room. tried to capture her and put her back in confinement, Wolverine insisted that he do it. Her training, being something of a military-based style, has left her scarred and traumatized, adding to her fragile state. Blaming Wolverine for her traumatic childhood, X-23 goes renegade and arrives at the Xavier Institute to find her revenge. Logan's plan was for her to then return and he'll protect her from S. But his short temper and blubbery girth prevents him from making any necessary friends.
Toad is the first to be introduced, followed by Avalanche, Blob and Quicksilver. X-23's life of confinement and mistreatment has groomed her to repress her emotions. D., but she runs from the mansion's grounds, knowing that HYDRA will come for her and take the X-Men for experiments. Wolverine encourages them to let her go by reminding them that she has gone through enough. She is prone to fits of depression, in which she sits in a corner and cries like a newborn for hours on end. X-23 spends some time in the wilderness, trying to track down H. Because of this, she is more calculating and apathetic, to the point where she borders on Asperger's Syndrome. X-23 ends up finding instead her only family in Wolverine. In this incarnation, many of the characters are teenagers rather than adults.The series ran for a total of four seasons (52 episodes) from November 2000 until October 2003 on Kids' WB, which has made it the third longest-running Marvel Comics animated series, behind only Fox Kids' X-Men and Spider-Man animated series. X-23 is a Caucasian-mix teenage girl with a tan skin complexion and an athletic and well-fit built. However, when she reads Logan's profile she snaps, she goes A. Scott, Ray, and Rogue are the last X-Men unharmed when Logan shows up, but each are promptly taken out. Her anger is noted to be a factor, she easily goes into fits of rage where she could destroy large amounts of property and objects, including cutting through a wall and attacking several scientists during her breakout. She investigates Jean's stuff until she's found by one of the New Recruits, taking them out with a 'disk', a small device that causes paralyzes, she then slowly picks off all the X-Men using her stealth training, including Xavier when he finds her crying. X-23 is Wolverine's abused, female clone/genetic twin who broke out of a training session laboratory, freeing herself. She has long dark brown hair that she wears loose and comes down around her mid-back with green eyes. She then attacks Logan, blaming him for her Life, at first Logan refuses to fight her, allowing her to easily force him outside, however, he reveals his more advanced training and skill, being able to trap her from attacking or escaping, before revealing that, he not only had no idea she even existed until this morning but that had he, he would have killed the men responsible. She blames her terrible past on Wolverine, and intends to hunt him down. X-23 usually wears a leather military jacket with tan accents on the upper arms of the jacket with form-fitting leather pants. She breaks down, no longer able to deal with her life and her emotions, until Logan insists she stops trying to repress them & let them out, before allowing her to escape so S. The series began running on Disney XD on June 15, 2009.Produced in the United States, the voice recording was done in Canada and the show was animated in Japan and South Korea. When Rogue accidentally triggers her mutant ability by absorbing a local boy's memories, strengths, and abilities via mere skin contact, the X-Men head off to Caldecott County, Mississippi to recruit her.