() is a fictional character depicted in comic books published by Marvel Comics, most notably those comics featuring the superhero team the X-Men. The character has also appeared in licensed adaptations such as X-Men Apocalypse, and even appeared in video game titles such as Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, X-Men Legends, and of course with yours truly in my video game Deadpool. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Herb Trimpe, she first appeared in the UK comic book #8 (Dec. 1976), by the Marvel imprint Marvel UK. She was initially a supporting character in the adventures of her twin brother, Captain Britain, briefly substituting for him in the role. It was later revealed that Psylocke's body was not her original body. In fact her mind had been swapped with a Japanese woman named Kwanon who was in Psylocke's original body who later called herself Revanche. Revanche believed she was the original Psylocke. Later finding that the reason they were switched was because Psylocke was slowly dying of the Legacy Virus. Revanche then was killed to end her slow painful suffering from the Virus. Psylocke originally had telepathy and telekinesis, but they were later lost to the Shadow King. After M-Day she regained those powers once more. She is a trained assasin and also a mercenary likely crossing paths with Deadpool on occasion. She is trained in all sorts of martial arts styles, can create a lethal psi-knife to stun or kill others, or psi-sword. Also trained in the use of katanas, or the way of the samurai. She can speak many languages including English. She also has a psychotic, older brother named Jamie who is a psychic serial killer. He kills others by altering thier body into flexible shapes altering reality around him killing them in the process. She joined the X-Men and later X-Force which at the time involved Deadpool in X-Force. She also joined the inter-dimensional traveling Exiles for a while, but later returned to Earth.