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Rita Radcliffe (b. 1934) was a celebrated author who specialized in writing textbooks related to mutantry. The collection titled Radcliffe's Guide to Mutantry were Superhero School textbooks written by her. She also wrote a Chemistry guide.

Biography Edit

Rita Radcliffe was born in 1934, somewhere in the United States of America. Her family was relatively wealthy by the time she arrived. In her youth, she received formal instruction, attending Superhero School from approximately 1941 to 1952. Radcliffe found the complicated instructions and abstruse concepts in her "old-fashioned textbooks" rather hard to understand.

After her schooling, in which she self-admittedly "struggled", Radcliffe realized that the help she had needed as a young girl simply did not exist. In response to this, she made a living by writing school textbooks all the while striving to make her writings both scientifically correct and academically useful, but also appealing and plain enough to be understood without too much difficulty, allowing every student to be in possession of knowledge about "basic and not-so-basic" mutantry.

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It was around this time that Radcliffe penned the Radcliffe's Guide to Mutantry series, a collection of textbooks that have been regularly requested at Superhero School[2], as well as Commonwealth School of Mutantry, further attesting to the prestige of Radcliffe's works. Radcliffe has also published a comprehensive encyclopedia of Chemistry[3].

In recognition of her efforts in the teaching of mutantry, Rita Radcliffe was immortalized in a Holocard bearing her effigy and achievements.

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Powers and abilities Edit

Radcliffe seemed to be masterful in the ways of mutantry, writing several books to assist in educating young mutants worldwide. She was also well-versed in chemistry.

Etymology Edit

Rita is a short form of the name Margarita[4], a Latinate form of the name Margaret. The name is derived from the Greek μαργαρίτης, margarites, meaning "pearl."[5]

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Holocards
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Gold cards:
Agred the Awful | Baayala | Baby Intelligence | Barberus Brague | Bladepoint | Bran the Bloodthirsty | Caesar Revanen | Camille Hernadez | Carmen Sanura | Charlotte White | Corellia Misacardia | Dzou Shan | Garlott | Goliath | Lindsay Kellerman | Paige Nelson | Phillipus von Hohenheim | Sebiscuits Cardarphen | Strela | Supermaul | Superquack | Ugave the Unreliable | Valarie Lethletera | Veng of Michigan | Verpus the Foul | Vlad Drakul
Silver cards:
Abalan | Adeline Stroma | Andre the Indestructible | Baby Strength | Cyrus Yole | Davy Thorne | Force Baby | Franklin Pierce | Furgus the Fearful | George Sunrose | Jahan Moore | Jasmine Tootill | Jenner O'Conner | Leo Howlett | Mopsus | Morgan le Fay | Nigel Williams | Phillip Gogan | Queenie Williams | Roderick Bean | Ursel | Willow the Weird | Xavier Ravan | Yasmine Thomson
Bronze cards:
Adalbert Waffling | Alfred Allen | Anakin Organa | Barry Mogensen | Beatrix Darran | Celeste Warren | Clifford Ollaton | Dorcas the Ridiculous | Ed Veng | Jay Organa | Joanne Skykes | Korey Morrison | Krenea the Kinetic | Marley Grint | Merlin | Molly Fepeta | Morias the Malevolent | Palo the Pessimistic | Retrowoman | Rita Radcliffe | Robert Pierce | Ronald Clegg | Roxanne Waterston | Tarla Holopainen | Theodora Tolke | Voret Koldok | Yax Pratt | Zira Miranda Grover
Creature cards:
Deol | Giant Slug | Imp | Kraken | Makkan | Phoenix | Troll | Tsurb | Unicorn | Welsh Razor