Rogue - Logan is one of the few people she has revealed her real name to and with several trips inside his head, he feels she tends to
understand what he is going through. Logan knows he's not her father and she doesn't have to listen to what he says, but as her friend but he hopes she
takes some of his advice and makes the right choices from it. Unlike the other students, Logan tends to take it a bit easier on Rogue…having that soft spot for
the girl, he can only imagine how difficult it is for teenager with raging hormones to restrain from skin to skin contact or risk injuring whoever she touches.
If it ever came down to a choice between reclaiming his memories or Rogue's ability to control her powers…Logan would give up everything for Rogue to find
some degree of normalcy.
Tommy Pascal - Logan sees too much of himself in Tommy and for that reason alone he has taken it upon himself to watchdog the young mutant.
Like Logan, Tommy has both a human and animal side and Logan knows how difficult it is to suppress the feelings and urges that stem from both sides. The boy
indulges in the vices that Logan partakes in and although Logan finds it ok for himself, he doesn't want to see Tommy get caught up in them. He is
generally hard on Tommy and pushes him harder than the other kids but it's only that Logan sees a ton of potential in Tommy and wants to see him succeed.
Nightcrawler - Being that the two of them have been branded "freaks" most of their life, the two naturally gravitated toward one
another and seem to share an unbreakable friendship. He trusts Kurt with just about anything, including his own life and has revealed more to him over a
pitcher of beer than he to anyone in his life. He does, however, dislikes the connection between Mystique and Kurt and doesn't approve of the elf keeping
contact with her. After Liberty Island, he knows first hand at her powers of deceit and manipulation and doesn't want to see his friend get set up for a
Storm - Ororo is Logan's best female friend and another person he puts his trust into. The two connect well on many levels and they both
share an affinity for the outdoors. Ororo likes to push his buttons and get him more involved with the team, but unlike Scott her tone appeals to both the man
and animal in him. Aside from Jean, Ororo is probably the only person that can talk him down from a berserker rage.
Cyclops - Logan sees Scott as a somewhat overgrown Boy Scout and although he may not always agree with his tactics, he acknowledges that he
exhibits the qualities of natural leader. The two have that sort of "love/hate" kind of relationship. Their disagreements and quarrels appear to be
more like a squabble between siblings, rather than anything else. It's almost like they enjoy pushing one another's buttons, but try not to take the
ribbing too far.
Jean Grey - Jean was the first woman that appealed to both Logan's human and animal side…not to mention the first woman to calm him during
his berserker rage. He still holds a soft spot for her deep inside, but has backed off after seeing first hand how enamored she is with Cyclops. They have a
great working relationship together, but that's exactly where it ends between them…work. Not to say that the two don't consider each other a friend,
but the extent of anything between them is purely for the team.
Professor Xavier - Logan doesn't buy into all of the Prof's ideals and finds his dream of mutant/human coexistence to be nothing more
than a good fairytale. But, he respects the man for trying to bring about his dream and he has seen what he has done for the kids in his care. If anything, he
is teaching his students to control their powers and to realize that humans fear what they do not understand. During the sessions he has had with the
Professor, he has discovered more about who he was than he has in the past. The Professor has been trying to break through the mental blocks in Logan's
mind, but some of the memories that Logan's mind contains are deeply suppressed and it's not so easy to bring them out.