X-Factor #63-#64 is a massive tonal shift from the doom-soaked epic of the X-Tinction agenda. Instead we have a happy light story about the abduction of Opal, Bobby's lover, by her blood grandfather, who turns out to be the head of a major Japanese crime syndicate.
They the the snatch right there while Bobby is watching, but he can't do a thing to stop them (well, no successful thing anyway). Although he is all "this is something I have to [do myself]", he is persuaded to allow the rest of X-Factor to come along for the first half, and also relies upon the help of Mariko, Wolverine's former flame and head of a rival Japanese crime syndicate. It helps to have the right friends. (X-Men, man!)
When this was a Wolverine story, it was stained in blood and angst. Because it's Iceman, there's a limit to that: Opal's kidnapper is being explicitly generous with the terms of her abduction, and she even gets to pick which one of the five technically-enhanced goons (called - get this - "cyberpunks") he will force her to marry. Isn't that charming, it's almost like a romantic comedy - especially with Hiro, the most well-sketched of them. He didn't always want to be a cyberpunk, you know, he has a poet's soul.
Opal gets some good bits, although they are scarce. She is openly defiant initially, but then realises playing along might help, bidding her time until she can execute her plan. A plan, which sadly, turns out to not involve any ass-kicking by her - just screaming for help at the right moment and hoping. But at great personal risk. It's agency, of a kind.
Bobby is not the wisest of the X-Men (hardly, it must be admitted, a high bar), and ends up in a a solo fight with this Hiro, having both agreed not to useI should hate this comic. I wonder why I don't. their powers. Love can make you do all sorts of things you might not have when you're sober, it turns out. Bobby takes a pummelling and Hiro somehow realises that he's not really deactivated his powers, they were built in. For a minion of a major gangster, he's not a bad sort, so he lets the crazy kids go. And only hours after he had been scaring her into marrying him. Isn't that sweet?