OOC A few questions:What is the view on mutants outside of the USA? If they're countries out there more tolerant of them, why can't the mutants just emigrate?Do the Enforcers have the right to operate outside of areas under legal US jurisdiction? Could they target a mutant that isn't a US citizen?How does magic work in the Marvel Universe? It seems sort of strange to me.
Alright, the answers to these are a bit complex, so bear with me.
The view of mutants outside the US hasn't really been covered much in the comics to my knowledge, so I am mostly offerring answers based on the explanations concocted for this game. There are likely countries that are more tolerable of mutants, but it hasn't as of yet been an issue in the game, because they haven't been traveled to. The reason that mutants can't simply emigrate is likely due to anti-mutant policies. The Enforcers are tasked with registering, capturing or killing unregistered mutants. So any unregistered mutant that tries to leave the country will either be arrested or killed, because both are equally legal. So the only ones even likely to be allowed across the border legally are the registered mutants, and it's possible even then there are restrictions.
Yes and no. The Enforcers cannot intervene directly in other countries. They can, much like our real life military, take action against certain targets with approval. Hence why Delts Squad was overseas. SHIELD, on the other hand, is able to attack pretty much anyone they want. They aren't anti-mutant, however.
Magic is complicated, and the way it works varies. A lot.
The technopath let out a long sigh, closing his eyes for a moment, before reopening them. "You okay, Julia?"