In the Free Comic Book Day 2008 issue "Pixies and Demons", the X-Men head into the mines of Abergylid chasing demons. On their way down on a lift, Emma Frost telepathically says to Pixie, "I can feel how afraid you are of this place. And why. Do you want me to remove that fear?" Pixie replies, "No, thank you. There's--too much else attached to it."

What is Pixie referring to - what significance do the mines hold?

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Pixie's father was a miner who died in those mines. It later turns out that her father was imitated by Mastermind. I don't know (and can't find) how much of her memories of her father are her father. So anything she can remember is precious to her.

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