The X-Men just established a new base in the heart of New York City, and it might just be the coolest stronghold in the Marvel Universe.

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There are many impressive bases in the Marvel Universe, ranging from the historic Baxter Building to the impressive Avengers Mountain. The X-Men have had their fair share of strengths, especially recently, including the island nation of Krakoa. But the latest expansion to the newly assembled X-Men roster might be one of the most impressive yet.

On X Men # 1, the X-Men just had a new base of operations in Manhattan in the form of the Treehouse, a massive structure that bridges natural life with technology and is actively improving the city around it.

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For most New York City residents, the tree house seemed to spring up overnight. It was actually the result of the X-Men and their allies working together efficiently and quietly to create the base in record time. By buying the land with some of the billions she has made as a director of Hellfire Trading Corporation, Emma Frost sees it as a “reinvestment” in one of her favorite cities in the world. The existing structures were demolished in one night, without disturbing the neighbors. After Cypher relayed the plans to Krakoa, the living island produced a special tree that Forge in turn linked with a bonsai tree, and custom cables that fused it with ever-evolving technology, similar to his recent work on Krakoa.

Tempo then used his ability to alter the flow of time to age the tree enough for the group to confirm that it looked good. Then, teleporting themselves and the tree to New York City, the tree was planted and Tempo again used his powers, growing it to eighteen stories in one night. The tree house contains several levels, including small personal spaces for team members. There is a trading platform, which can connect with anyone in the world. The hangar deck is home to his new jet, which bears the Thunderbird name. There is a medical bay for minor injuries and a Krakoa Gate that leads directly to the Healing Gardens in Krakoa. In particular, the Tree House is also somewhat open to the people of New York City, making it more open than your typical superhero bases.

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While the treehouse itself is closed to the general public, the surrounding park remains open to all. Seneca Gardens renamed in memory of Seneca Village, a real-world 19th century black community whose members were forced out to secure the construction of Central Park, the park also becomes something of a tribute to mutant accomplishments and heroes. fallen, including a monument to Thunderbird. The tree even has an immediate effect on the local wildlife and natural life around the park. It’s considered one of the greenest structures on the planet, and the local Audubon Society is still in shock over the sighting of a rare snow owl that has made a home in the tree.

Ben Urich even comments that the oxygen feels cleaner and clearer near the Treehouse, implying that the tree even helps deal with the natural smog and pollution of the main city it is located in. Urich compares the base to Sentry’s Watchtower or the Inhumans city of New Attilan. – and notes that compared to places like that, Treehouse feels more like a natural habitat and a place for the X-Men to better connect with the common people of the city, even making the mutant nation of Krakoa their main tourist attraction that could help improve public perception of the mutant breed. It’s a major breakthrough for the X-Men that was going to be necessary no matter what for practical reasons, especially if the X-Men were to become more active in protecting the world.

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