Things are starting to pick up. Now that Fox has the better chance to promote their second comic book movie, '[X-Men: Apocalypse](tag:1194267)' we're now diving more into the early events of En Sabah Nur. Here's a more descriptive clip of Moira's conversation with Havoc and Professor X.
It appears the ancient being has had followers before the events of First Class. This shines light on the adventures Moira Taggert had been on during her absents from Days of Future Past. It's safe to assume she's the figure seen climbing through the narrow passage shown in the previous trailers, since she admits to tracking the group known as "Ashir En Sabah Nur."
The world has now known about ''mutant-kind'' for ten years. This decodes that there are groups rallying behind the species. It certainly aids us into what she stumbles upon and here's a theory behind it.
Moira dives into what could only turn out to the taking of Charles Xavier. We see she's accompanied them, near the entrance of where Professor X amplifies his abilities, but what's strange is that they're shown in the room here.
Yet, are shown outside here together.
This has to be taking place after they've entered the room. In the picture prior, Havoc aims his beams directly into nothing but the surrounding landscape, which seems to be affected by Psylocke. What ever she appears to be doing has greatly affected Professor X's mind i.e abilities. He is a very powerful mutant. One of the world's strongest 'Telekinetic Mutants' aside from Jean Grey. Psylocke is also powerful, but not in the same areas as the two aforementioned mutants. Now with her abilities imbued by Apocalypse, she could turn out to be a devastating force of power. One that could trample Professor X and, possibly Jean Grey. So, it's possible that this could be what causes his hair loss.
The clip shows us how this news has affected Charles. One of his abilities allows him to be empathetic. It shows how quickly it has caused him to worry. While Havoc and Moira continue their conversation, the two aren't comprehending how dangerous the mutant could turn out to be. Charles is always one to be empathetic to both, human and mutant. But hearing of one that has followers and imbues four mutants to aid in his bidding surely would cause some discomfort.
It notes that given the chance, how Professor X would be able to use the mutants he's housing inside of the X-Mansion for his own dangerous usage. Now, imagine what he feels about Apocalypse. A leader. An ''Omega-level'' mutant, instead with the opposite agenda of his. Nearly like the "Brotherhood," formed by Magneto, yet led by a God.
'X-Men: Apocalypse' will arrive on May 27th.