Recently I have watched a variety of X-Men sdrta.net, including X-Men Origins: Wolverine and X-Men First Class. In X-Men First Class the story at the end of the movie indicates that Charles Xavier loses his ability to walk after a shot fired at Magneto hits him in his lower back.

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However, at the end of X-Men Origins: Wolverine Charles Xavier is seen walking towards those who escaped.

Obviously, in both instances this is probably just artistic license changing the story. According to X-Men canon, how does Professor Xavier actually get paralysed?


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And in x-men the last stand, Prof. X is walking at the beginning, even though his age in the scene would suggest he should already be paralyzed.
While he was in the Himalayas, Lucifer drops a stone on his legs and it cripples him, but a lady named sage hears him through telepathy and rescues him
X-Men (1st series) # 20: (May 1966)

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Years ago, Xavier discovered a city in Tibet being under some sort of alien mind-control.

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The professor managed to inspire a rebellion against Lucifer, and the alien was forced to abandon his base, however not before causing a block of concrete to fall and crush Xavier’s legs.


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