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- Beast meets up with Kymera and asks why they're taking Shogo into a battle zone. Kymera says that he's important and she needs him to stop the "Bloodline" defense. Beast decides to trust her. Storm and Rachel fly the X-Jet in close, and get attacked by the forest. Rachel's lost all contact with Monet, so Storm decides to attack the forest with a giant heatwave. Kymera and Beast meet up with Psylocke and the students, and Kymera pleads for Storm to stop. She does, and they find Monet in the forest, with the guards having passed out from heatstroke. Storm also asks Kymera why she's brought Shogo, at which point Kymera cuts Shogo's thumb open and rubs his blood on a nearby plant, explaining that Bloodline is coded to The Future's DNA, so Shogo's blood will work it too (and cause it to "reboot"). The Future yells in anger, Jubilee goes vampire mode and busts out, only to find The Future dead, crushed by vines. Meanwhile, Shogo has apparently been poisoned by the plant, so Beast injects him with Arkea to heal him. The last page is Storm reading a letter from Kymera, explaining why she's deciding to leave.
I was going to say this would be a jumping-off point for me, but Marvel apparently is psychic and decided it would be a good time for a new creative team. Which is a bit interesting, since Wood was clearly trying to set up the Sisterhood and Arkea as long-term threats. I don't know much about Guggenheim, might drop the title anyways, though he seems to have a good handle on the characters from the interview I saw.