Dinner was upbeat with Warren as the center of attention. He’d tell jokes and stories to the kids and he had valuable details about the politics in the city. Warren had been approached multiple times by Senator Kelly to back his campaign for the Mutant Registration Act, and each time he came around it seemed like Kelly had more allies. It was something to worry about but Warren was sure that he and his influential friends could at least slow things down.
“Charles, if you had to come out as a force for mutants, using the school as an example, you could be very influential. You aren’t as public as you could be, but people still know you, and like you I might add. You, this school, it all looks very good from a political standpoint.” Warren gestured to the room. Charles shook his head.
“I understand what you’re saying, Warren, but it’s simply dangerous. If we publicize our existence too early we don’t just endanger the cause but w