James Proudstar was born on the Apache reservation at Camp Verde, Arizona. He has one older brother, John. John is a mutant superhero: Thunderbird with the X-Men.
In his early X-Force days, Warpath possessed Class 75 strength, with a Class 90 potential. It seems the activation and removal of the High Evolutionary’s effect “rebooted” the genetic codes of mutant kind, allowing some of X-Force to access aspects of their mutation that were previously unknown to them.
While Thunderbird does have a measure of super-strength, Warpath has been shown to be stronger. Plus, James Proudstar can fly, has a more powerful healing factor, and is impervious to most damage. Warpath is one of the great powerhouses of the X-Men, even if most seem to forget about that.
As a teenager, he discovered he possessed the mutant abilities of superhuman senses, strength, speed, stamina, and sturdiness. Proudstar was drafted into the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War and earned the rank of corporal.
‘The Gifted’: Warpath Confirmed as Part of Thunderbird’s Backstory. One important part of Thunderbird’s backstory on The Gifted has been confirmed, and it’s a piece that could have major repercussions for the show going forward.
Prior to the High Evolutionary temporarily using his advanced technology to remove the powers of every mutant on Earth, Warpath was strong enough to lift about 75 tons and had the potential of someday lifting over 90 tons.
Omega Level Mutants are mutants whose dominant power is deemed to register, or reach, an undefinable upper limit of that power’s specific classification. Omega level is a classification of a single mutant power. While it is quite common that mutants manifest multiple powers, only one is normally of Omega level.
Thunderbird’s father, in case you’re curious, is Neal Proudstar in the Marvel comics. He’s not a mutant himself, unless The Gifted is changing things around, but he’s Thunderbird and Warpath’s dad. Like Thunderbird, he’s a veteran.
He died as part of a desperate final attempt to stop Reeva from creating the mutant nation through her twisted ways.
After a long journey to the Shi’ar Empire with the Uncanny X-Men, Warpath became a member of the new incarnation of X-Force, but he left after the events of Necrosha. His powers resemble those of his older brother, the short-lived X-Men member Thunderbird, although Warpath’s power-levels are much higher.
Her grief and vengeance was so great that these residual emotions resulted in the creation of two Thunder Manifestations following her demise at the hands of the Raiden Shogun.
When she found out who they really were, she stopped associating with them and moved on. Some time after leaving the Brotherhood, Clarice used a portal to steal food from the back of a supermarket. Unfortunately, she was caught and sent to a mutant detention center.
She is a mutant with the ability to create teleportational warps and carries a dagger and a set of javelins. Her mutant name refers to the “blink!” sound that occurs when she opens portals.
Sonya’s moment of death After Lauren and Andy refused to combine their powers as part of Trask’s experiments, Dr. Campbell brought Sonya and Clarice into the lab to incentivize them.
Although the producers of The Gifted established early on that, just as in the X-Men comics, Lorna Dane’s father is indeed Magneto, they also made vowed never to mention his name, out of concern the television drama would stumble too far into territory staked out by the film franchise.