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Ask AI: What would mutant Laura Kinney never be able to do?

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Question: What would mutant Laura Kinney never be able to do?

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As a mutant, Laura Kinney, also known as X-23 and the clone-daughter of Wolverine in the Marvel comic universe, has a wide range of superhuman abilities. Given those, here are several things that she would never be able to do: 1. Regular Human Aging: Laura has a healing factor which significantly slows her aging. Thus, she cannot naturally grow old at the same rate as normal people. 2. Get Deadly Illnesses: Thanks to her healing factor, Laura can't be affected by any deadly disease or illness as her body immediately starts to heal from any condition. 3. Eliminate Her Adamantium Claws: Laura has two retractable claws in each of her hands and one in each foot, all coated with adamantium. It is impossible for her to get rid of them naturally. 4. Live a Normal Life: Due to her traumatic upbringing and her life as a weapon, Laura is unable to experience a typical human life or childhood. 5. Suppress Her Animalistic Instincts: Due to the trauma and conditioning she underwent, Laura often has difficulty suppressing her animalistic instincts, particularly her 'trigger scent' that makes her uncontrollable and violent. 6. To Be Invisible: Even though she is stealthy, Laura cannot become invisible or create illusions as her abilities are more physical and healing-based. Please note the capabilities may vary depending on the iteration of the character and the specific storyline in question.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 10, 2024, 3:22 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, February 10, 2024

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