X-Force eventually tracks down the Purifiers and learn that they have resurrected Bastion, a living Sentinel whose head the Purifiers stole from S.H.I.E.L.D., and find out that Wolfsbane was also captured by the Purifiers. X-Force eventually tracks them down, killing massive amounts of Purifiers along the way, while Bastion and Matthew Risman, leader of the Purifiers, pursue their own agendas and eventually start a civil war among the Purifiers.
Well, actually, the Purifiers use his wings create an squadron of Archangels using his blood and the traces of whatever Apocalypse did to turn him into Archangel in the first place. The creation of the Purifier Archangels is apparently what causes Angel to turn back into Archangel . This also causes him to go crazy so he goes to kill a bunch of Purifiers as well and isn't in good shape by the end of the volume. Same thing with X-23, who is already a soulless killing machine at the beginning of the trade, ignoring all of the work that Yost and Kyle did with her in New X-Men.
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