|Real Name:||Anna-Marie Darkholme (possibly)|
|Alias:|| Rogue |
|Originally From:||Caldecott County, Mississippi, USA|
|Hair color:||Auburn with white bangs.|
|Powers:||Power & Memory Absorption|
|First appearance:||Rogue Recruit|
|Portrayed by:||Meghan Black|
- "My power is your power, and I can take more than one!"
- —Rogue to Blob
Must See EpisodesEdit
- Rogue Recruit
- Turn of the Rogue
- Power Surge
- On Angel's Wings
- Walk on the Wild Side
- The Stuff of Heroes
- The Stuff of Villains
- Self Possessed
- Dark Horizon I
- Dark Horizon II
Rogue is an uncertain and insecure teenager, not the voluptuous bombshell she grew to be in the comics. She isolates herself from other people because of her mutant ability which prevents her from making any physical contact with people.
Rogue's isolation leads her to be petulant, sarcastic and alarmingly defensive. Thanks to her isolation, Rogue has trouble trusting people. Since joining the X-Men Rogue has become closest with her room-mate Kitty and maintains a crush on the X-Men's field leader, Scott. Although she recently showed interest in Magneto's henchman Gambit as they both realized that they had a great deal in common (including adopted parents who prefer to nurture their powers rather than them), and are now friends if nothing else, though there seems to be more to it than that.
However, she is also very smart. She had two separate classes with Scott Summers, who is a year older than her. She has jumped forward a year in two of her classes, possibly more.
Rogue has short auburn hair with white streaks as bangs in the front of her hair. She has grey eyes and a pale skin complextion, and she wears purplish-blackish makeup and lipstick. Rogue usually wears a transparent green see-through blouse with a black halter top underneath, a black leather skirt with black leggins. She wears thick combat boots, and dog collars around her neck and wrists. Black gloves cover her hands and easily come off when Rogue needs them too. This outfit is worn most of the time by Rogue. So overall, she appears to be quite Goth.
In her second outfit, Rogue shows more skin as she wears a dark purple halter top, long purple gloves that come up almost to her shoulders, and a knee length skirt covered with a white chain that hangs around her waist. Knee high boots are worn, and a light purple skarf protects her neck, and chest areas.
Her three outfit is less dressy, and a little less gothic. She wears a purple shirt tied at the front and it falls on to her shoulders, showing some skin. Underneath that you see her black halter top. Either black or really dark blue jeans are worn instead of a skirt. They have tears around her knees. Sneakers are worn instead of boots. Again, gloves protect her hands from her power.
In her X-Men uniform, Rogue wears a dark navy blue bodysuit. Gold platlets with the "X" logo are on both of her shoulders, while a green platlet goes around her bust area. A gold utility belt also marking the "X" logo goes around her waist, while small platlets protect her knees. Knee high boots are worn for shoes, and thick brown gloves worn on both hands.
In terms of her birth, Rogue's is a complete mystery. Born to an unknown mother and father, she fell into the care of the shape shifting Raven Darkholme when she was four. It is unclear exactly when Mystique entered the picture, but Rogue was still a toddler at the time and Raven went to great lengths to hide her in a secluded area. The area she eventually chose was the backwater town of Caldecott County Mississippi. This is where Rogue grew up and where she considers home.
While attending a party, Rogue's powers manifested. She possesses the ability to take energy, memories, personality traits, and (if they are mutants) their powers for a short time through touching their skin. When she first got her powers, she was unable to control the powers she obtained. She also could not distinguish the memories taken from whom she touched from her own.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Power to absorb life energy through skin contact, granting her temporary access to victim's memories and skills, including mutant abilities if they are a mutant. Unable to have skin to skin contact without her power activating.
Due to the machinations of Mystique, Rogue initially distrusted the X-Men and joined the Brotherhood of Mutants, but after learning that Mystique tricked her by attacking her posing as members of the X-Men, she switched loyalties. At first annoyed by Nightcrawler's joking behavior, she becomes close to him after learning that she is his adopted sister, and both renounce Mystique for abusing them. The series established no birth name for Rogue and gave no hints to it after her introductory episode. Rogue's mutant ability allows her to draw upon the aspects of another (memories, habits, speech patterns, powers (if mutant) through bare skin to skin contact. It is uncontrollable and possibly deadly. Rogue was infatuated with Scott during the first and second season and generally was hostile towards Jean because of it.
- Rogue Recruit
At a school dance Cody and his friend Ty walk out onto a deck where Rogue is gazing out over the water. Ty teases Cody about being nervous and pushes him into talking to Rogue. Cody asks Rogue to dance, she hesitates at first but agrees. They head in to the dance floor, as they're dancing Ty tells Cody to "make his move" and pushes him into Rogue. They both fall down and when Cody reaches down to help Rogue get up he touches her skin and her power is activated for the first time. Cody passes out and Rogue "sees" Cody's memories. Ty freaks out and asks her what she did to Cody, when she tries to run he jumps in her way but she body-checks him, and takes off.
Rogue is at Cody's house where she's looking through his things confused. Wolverine shows up and attacks, Rogue and is chased out of the house. Then Storm throws lightening at her, Rogue runs into Irene who tells her that the X-Men are mutant hunters and that she has a friend who can protect her from them. Then (the real) Wolverine, Nightcrawler and Kitty show up and Rogue takes off again.
Kurt ports up to Rogue and tries to talk to her when she's sitting in a tree swing in someones backyard. Kitty phases through a fence behind them, and decides to "show" Wolverine by taking down Rogue. Kitty tackles her, and Rogue throws her off. When Kurt grabs Rogue she touches him and absorbs his powers, Rogue than 'ports away and Kurt collapses.
Rogue reappears in a graveyard, she starts to figure out what's happening and uses Kurt's power to 'port around the graveyard until she falls. Jean finds Rogue, Rogue recognizes Jean using Kurt's memories. The two talk and Jean gives Rogue a communicator in case she ever wants to talk to her. Storm shows up and Rogue runs. Storm tries to help Rogue, but Rogue absorbs her powers and loses control. She wrecks the graveyard and then 'ports away.
Later Ms. Darkholme welcomes Rogue to Bayville. She is suppost to not have any memories of the real X-Men, however Rogue walks out of the office and looks at the communicator that Jean gave her.
- Mutant Crush
In drama class Rogue and Scott are paired up to do a scene from Henry V. Scott asks Rogue if she's okay with it and she tells him that she's not afraid of him and for his "wierdo friends" to keep their distance.
At lunch, Rouge was sitting with Lance, and Todd, then a food fight breaks out and the Blob ends up busting up the cafeteria. Fred looses it when he thinks he's being laughed as, and Rogue, along with everyone else makes a break for it.
Rogue watches Jean try to control the situation, and Scott has her back. She runs to her lockers before he can see her and she comments to Scott about how the X-Men watch out for one another. She seems interested, but Ms. Darkholme shows up to break them up, seeming very hostile towards Rogue. As Rogue leaves, Scott reminds her that they have to practice that afternoon for their play on Tuesday.
Rogue and Scott are rehearsing their scene. Rogue tells Scott that she wishes sometimes that she could get close to someone. Kurt 'ports in to get Cyclops. Scott asks Rogue if she knows anything about Jean being kidnapped. She tells him that even if she did she wouldn't tell him and he tells her that he hopes she can live with her conscious. Kurt and Scott port away.
Rogue arrives to find the unconsious Cyclops, Wolverine, and a tied on Jean. She absorbs Freds powers and attacks the Blob. She tells him to leave Jean alone. When he tries to hit her she absorbs his power too. She knocks him way up into the air and he lands in a junkyard. Later Jean asks Rogue why she helped them and Rogue becomes upset, tells them that she doesn't know, runs off.
Rogue hears (and smells) Kurt port in as she's sitting by a tree reading her Dracula book, and goes down to find out what she heard. Rogue runs in to find out if he's okay, and when she's looking around she finds a gizmo that wasn't destroyed in the blast. Kurt tries to take it from her, and during the struggle she accidentally zaps him with it and he disappears.
Rogue shows up to tell the X-Men that she did something to Kurt. She takes them to the lab. Kitty and Evan study the gizmo and figure out that Kurt is trapped in a pocket dimension. Scott wants to destroy it,& gets ready to blast the gizmo to nothing and Kitty asks why she can't just phase through it and quietly short it out. Evan and Scott look at her like she has two heads and she says forget I said anything.
Kurt ports in to say "Reset. Don't..." before he disappears again. The X-Men argue over what he meant. Evan still wants to destroy it, but Scott says he meant for them to reset it. Scott resets it and Kurt ports them in by Raven's car.
Blob, Avalanche, and Toad show up looking for Rogue. Scott is surprised that Rogue is working for Mystique. Avalanche asks who's side she's on and Rogue says "it's not my fight" and leaves.
The Brotherhood take off since the gizmo is smashed, Rogue watches the X-Men and Forge leave the lab. Scott offers Forge a place at Xaviers, but he just wants to go home.
- Turn of the Rogue
Jean lowers them to hover over laser alarms crossing the floor. Cyclops and Nightcrawler are supposed to free Storm. They find her laying on the floor covered with a cloak and chained to a post. Scott blasts the chains. Jean is surprised by a guard and drops them. They fall to the floor and set off the alarms. Scott rushes over to Storm, but it turns out to be Rogue in disguise. She grabs him and absorbs his powers. Scott freaks out and stops the simulation. The base disappears and Rogue shuts down and drops to the floor.
Charles Xavier comes through Danger Room doors and tells Scott that he's never to stop simulation unless he's hurt. Scott tells Xavier that Rogue was not supposed to be part of the simulation. Xavier said he added her as an element of surprise and that they have to get used to that during missions. He tells them the training session is over and it's time to go to school.
Rogue is working out in the gym when she overhears Scott and Jean talking outside. As they load the snow mobiles they talk about how fun the trip is going to be, and Rogue seems jealous. Ms. Darkhome comes up behind her and catches her watching them. She startles Rogue and tells her Scott will never be her friend. Rogue says that she's not interested in him. Raven tells her about overhearing them talk about having her as an enemy in their battle simulations. Rogue becomes upset and asks why they would do that, Ms. Darkhome tells her that it's time she remembers who her true friends are and that she hopes she enjoys the trip. Raven drops a backpack and leaves her alone.
Scott sees Rogue climbing on the bus and she smiles at him. On the bus, on the way to the mountains, it starts snowing. The teacher says too much snow and they will have to turn back. Later, the bus begins skidding out of control and weaves close to the cliff. Scott is able to blast a trench without anyone seeing except Rogue. It stops the bus, but the bus becomes stuck. Rogue suggests that they ride the snow mobiles up to the caves and wait out the storm there. Everyone agrees and they head out. Rogue challenges Scott to a race and they leave the others behind. She almost runs them off the mountain. Rogue wins and when Scott arrives at the cave, she tells him there is no trophy for second-place.
In the cave, the teacher is giving the students a geology lecture. Rogue wanders off and Scott follows her. He loses track of her and almost falls off of a ledge. He calls out for her and she comes up behind him, asking what he wants from her. He tells her he doesn't want anything except her friendship. She cuts him off saying she wants the truth. She wants to know if she's a target for the X-Men. She says she knows all about the battle sims with her as the enemy. He tells her they're not who she thinks they are, and that she's been lied to. He tells her she can join them. She tells him no thanks and starts to walk away. Paul walks up and says that everyone is looking for them. Rogue says she bets that they never practice fighting Paul.
Suddenly Paul morphs into Darkholme and then into Mystique as she says that Rogue would lose that bet. Scott is shocked to find out that the principal is really Mystique. Mystique taunts him about Xavier hiding the truth from them, then she shoves him off of the ledge. Rogue makes a grab for him, but she's too late. She turns on Mystique asking why. Mystique tells her that she's only trying to protect her from Xavier and the X-Men. Rogue takes off her glove and grabs Mystique, telling her that there will be no more secrets. She gets flashbacks of Mystique morphing into the X-Men and chasing her, and of all the lies. Mystique passes out and Rogue turns away saying "Oh Scott, I'm so sorry".
On a ledge below Scott is trying to pull himself up, he looks up to see Mystique jumping down towards him. Scott is afraid, but then Mystique morphs into Rogue and pulls him up. The real Mystique tries to drop a boulder on both off them, and they end of falling into the river below. Scott saves them both from dropping over a waterfall by pulling them up onto a overhanging. The rocks break up, and Scott hits his head when they fall. Rogue tells Scott that she knows the truth now and apologizes for the things she's done. Scott passes out. Mystique appears on a ledge overhead.
Mystique morphs into a wolf and drops down to the narrow rock bridge that Rogue and Scott have landed on. Rogue drags Scott backwards, trying to stay out of Mystique's reach.
Scott tells Rogue that the X-Men are coming but that they can't find them. Mystique closes in, Rogue pulls off his visor and tells him to open his eyes. A beam blasts through the snow for the X-Men follow it. Mystique gets too close, and Rogue absorbs Scott's power. She blasts Mystique off of the bridge and Mystique morphs into a bird to stop her fall. The X-Jet arrives and Mystique flies off. They pick up Scott and Rogue as the bridge collapses.
On the jet, Storm tends to Scott as Wolverine asks Rogue which side she's on. She asks if she'll be thrown off of the jet is she doesn't say them. Wolverine closes the hatch and tells her that's not their style, either they've earned her trust by now or not. She says them and Wolverine welcomes her to the X-Men.
Back at the institute, the kids confront Xavier about withholding info about Mystique. Xavier asks Rogue what she thinks. When Rogue says it isn't her place, Kitty tells her she's part of the family now. Rogue tells them that she's found that honesty is very important. Xavier tells them he'll try to be more open with them in the future.
Kitty and Rogue in the school hallway, Kitty bumps into Jason who is putting up posters for the play Dracula where he is the male lead. He's flirting with a Kitty, while Rogue watches on, slightly disgusted. Jason invites her to come try out if she can sing & dance. He then leaves to put up more posters.. When he leaves Rogue tells her she's pathetic. Kitty tells her that at least she's got a shot at being in the play. Rogue then catches Spyke taping them and threatens him if he tapes her again. Kitty and Rogue decide to try out for the play and walk off in a huff.
Sabertooth rips open the front gates of the school. The rest of the X-Men come running. Wolverine tries to keep them out of it but Storm tells him it's no place for his personal wars. Through a combined effort they send Sabertooth packing on his way again.
Evan runs into Kitty and Rogue arguing about rehearsing for the play. He asks them to help with the Sabretooth problem. As they leave the school on a moped/scooter, Sabertooth follows them.
Evan is taping Kitty and Rogue dancing in the woods. Rogue is pretty stiff and Evan suggests that she use her power to snatch some of Kitty's moves. Kitty agrees to try it and they touch, then they start dancing together. Sabertooth barrels onto the scene and yanks up Evan. He pops his spikes and Sabertooth flings him into Rogue. Rogue comes to and calls him away from Kitty.
She tries to touch him, but he's holding her arms out and she can't reach him. Wolverine arrives and Sabertooth drops Rogue as he's tackled by Logan. Rogue pops him from behind and lays him out. She grows fur all over, her hair gets longer, and fangs and claws pop out. Logan yells at them for planning such a stupid stunt and tells them they're all grounded. Kitty and Rogue ask what'll happen to Sabertooth now...They drop Sabertooth off in the snow (Alaska) and Xavier wipes his mind.
The school shows Spyke's "film" at the end about the X-Men being his new family. Each of the X-Men are shown in some candid shots and the last shots are of Kitty and Rogue both dancing in the school play together and Spyke dedicating it to his new family. All the other X-men show up to support him. They smile at the end to each other.
- Survival of the Fittest
In the mountains, Scott, Jean, Kurt, Kitty, Evan, and Rogue have just shipped in to a survival training camp. Scott is chosen to be group leader due to his scholastic achievements. When Sergeant Hawke leaves the kids grumble about being there. Rogue says she's going AWOL and asks if anyone knows how to hot-wire a school bus. Scott stops them and Jean says it's either this or survival training with Wolverine. They all grab their bags and move off grumbling.
Lance and Scott race over an obstacle course. Lance uses his power to dunk Scott in the river. Spyke starts to go after Lance, but Jean stops him and says that they've agreed not to use powers. She says Scott can deal with Lance like a leader. Scott uses an optic blast to knock Lance out of his raft. He then takes Lance's raft and wins the race. Jean says "or not".
Everyone argues over who should have won fairly. Hawk blows the whistle and makes them all do push-ups. He tells them that if they want to prove how tough they are, they have to get a flag from the top of Mt. Humiliation. Quicksilver says he can get the flag while his team takes a break, Nightcrawler says "not before I can". Hawk tells them that the whole team has to reach the top and retrieve the flag together.
The X-kids are running full tilt, and complaining about Scott, how all he cares about is winning the race.
Scott sends Kurt up to make sure that the flag is still up top. Then he gets Evan to spyke a rope up to the top so they can win. Evan asks if he's sure he wants to do it that way and Scott says yes. Scott starts up the rope, but when he looks back, the other X-Men are staring at him disapprovingly. Jean starts climbing up the mountain by hand.
The X-Kids are almost to the flag when the tremors start. Spyke is knocked off of the wall, but Jean saves him with her TK. When Scott tries to get her to levitate them all to the top she refuses. He says that she just used it for Spyke and asks her what's the difference. Jean gets mad and tells him that a real X-Man would know the difference. Rogue finds the Brotherhood at the bottom of a shaft. Toad begs them not to leave them behind over a stupid race. Scott tells them they won't.
On the mountain, the X-Kids save the Brotherhood. As they're pulling out the last one, Avalanche, the Blob points towards the flag and Quicksilver takes off. Nightcrawler ports up and they reach the flag at the same time and begin wrestling over it. The X-Jet pulls up suddenly and Storm tells them over the loud speaker that Xavier and Mystique are in trouble. Scott asks Lance if he's ready and he replies "Let's go!". The X-Jet flies by Sgt. Hawk and the flag and a pic of all of the X-Men and Brotherhood at the top of the mountain drops to the ground beside him.
Everyone arrives as Juggernaut reaches for Xavier, but Jean uses her Telekinesis to pull him away. She can't hold him long though and collapses. Wolverine tells them to try to get Juggernaut's helmet. Juggernaut goes for Jean, but the Blob rushes in and knocks him away from her. Nightcrawler ports in while he's stunned and unlatches one of the four latches holding on his helmet. Juggernaut throws Nightcrawler and then charges the Blob and knocks him back across the Danger Room.
Cyclops blasts him, but Juggernaut picks up a piece of the Dangerroom wreckage and throws it at him. Avalanche uses his tremors and is able to make him stumble. Quicksilver is able to get to him long enough to open another latch. Juggernaut throws Quicksilver off, but Storm steps up and disorients him with wind gusts. He stumbles back and falls. Kit and Rogue phase out of the wall and are able to get the last two latches. Toad uses his tongue to grab Juggernaut's helmet and yank it free. Xavier is then able to use his powers to take out Juggernaut.
As the X-Kids and Brotherhood cheer and congratulate one another, Mystique comments about it not being a sight you see everyday. Xavier agrees and Mystique takes the Brotherhood home.
- Shadowed Past
Rogue and Kitty are sharing a bedroom. Rogue is talking on the phone as Kitty climbs into bed and snuggles a stuffed dragon (Lockheed). Rogue thanks someone for a book she's borrowed and tells them she has to go, she has finals tomorrow. She turns in too, but starts to have a nightmare.
A woman is yelling at someone, calling them a monster and asking what they've done to a baby. She runs from a castle carrying the baby, but wolves start to chase her. A man comes after her as well. She ends up on a rope bridge as the wolves catch up to her. She tries to keep the baby away from them, but she ends up dropping him into the river below. Rogue wakes up screaming.
Everyone rushes into the girls' bedroom to find out what's going on, and as Rogue is telling them about the nightmare, she realizes that the baby in her dream was really Kurt. Xavier asks Jean, Rogue and Kurt to come down to the library where he reads Rogue's mind.
Xavier tells them that Rogue is really experiencing the repressed memories of someone that she's touched, someone that has knowledge of Kurt's past. Kurt believes that they're his memories and he wants the Xavier to read his mind and see if he can find out more about his real parents. Xavier tells them not tonight that he'll try to find out more tomorrow.
After school Rogue and Kurt talk about finding their real parents and Kurt gets upset, claiming he can't go on, not knowing, and 'ports away as Jean and Scott walk up. The three leave together.
The Brotherhood knock out Kurt at the construction site he was meeting Mystique at, but the other X-Men show up and a fight ensues. Rogue steals Avalanche's power and tries to stop Mystique from running off. Mystique tells her it's too late for answers and when Rogue causes a quake she turns into a raven and flies away.
In his room, Kurt talks to Rogue about Mystique and finding out the truth about his past and his real parents. He's sure that the Prof is not telling him everything and Rogue tells him it's probably for a good reason. Rogue tells him that they can keep looking together and that they will find the answers someday. She leaves to get ready for school. Kurt watches the sun rise and looks very upset.
- Grim Reminder
Rogue is getting ready in the morning and Kitty stumbles into the bathroom, phasing through the door, not realizing it reads 'occupied' she rushes right back out. Rogue opens the door and shakes her brush at Kitty telling her the sign said occupied and the door was locked. Kitty mumbles something about anyone being able to read at this time in the morning and Rogue closes the door on her. a few minutes later Rogue walks into their room and begins to blow dry her hair. Kitty grumps and leaves the room.
Rogue the other X-Men burst into the kitchen making tons of noise, all looking for the food they want. Everyone's going about their business to get breakfast while Scott turns on the news to drink his coffee too, Logan see the report and turns up the volume all the way, interrupting everyone else's conversations it's about a possible "bigfoot" sighting, given all the damage on "Mt. McKenna" in Canada, Wolverine leaves.
Everyone's annoyed with Kurt, for locking them out of the dinning room, so Kitty can write a letter.
- The Cauldron I
Rogue, Kitty and Evan come running out as the jet takes off and are upset that they were left behind. Kitty says she wouldn't want a crowd around is she was going to meet a brother she hadn't seen in ten years either. Kurt tells them Hawaii isn't the only place with beaches and they decide to go to a local beach. Evan call for Rogue to hurry up. She comes running out of the house saying she couldn't find Jean, so she left her a note. She nearly trips over a cat along the way and shoos it, saying she hates cats, & they drive off.
The X-kids are ambushed by the brotherhood. They end up crashing into the Blob on the beach. Rogue and Kurt tackle Toad and Avalanche. Fred jumps onto Kitty. She phases out from under him, but passes out. Avalanche tumbles the rocks out from under Kurt. He 'ports but the rocks port with him and crush him on the beach. Pietro buries Spyke in the sand. Rogue smashes Toad into the overturned car and is about to absorb his powers. Avalanche stops her and tells her she's won. The Blob points to the four spheres on their way down from the sky and says here comes her reward.
- The Cauldron II
Magneto brings the other X-Men out of stasis in time to see Scott enter the enhancer. Xavier tries to stop Scott, but the door slams shut as Scott tries to get out. Scott and Alex come out of the enhancer as adults (both with white hair). Magneto gives Alex the codename Havok and tells Scott he can take off his visor. Then he tells them that the enhancer has affected their minds as well, wiping out emotions.
They pick up an incoming aircraft and Magneto tries to use his powers against it. When he realizes that there's no metal for him to control he sends out Alex and Scott to "defend them"
Kitty phases the kids out after Scott & Alex crash a jet to the ground. Mystique climbs out of the top and heads straight for Magneto. Wolverine releases the other X-Men from the stasis tubes and tells them to all gather at the X-Jet. Xavier send Storm and Rogue to "ready the jet" as he and Jean try to free the brothers from the debris.
Kitty phases the kids out after Scott & Alex crash a jet to the ground. Mystique climbs out of the top and heads straight for Magneto. Wolverine releases the other X-Men from the stasis tubes and tells them to all gather at the X-Jet. Xavier send Storm and Rogue to "ready the jet"
Spyke slows down Quicksilver long enough for Rogue to absorb his speed. Rogue runs up using Quicksilver's speed to tell Storm that Alex and Scott are still trapped and Wolverine is having trouble with Sabertooth.
The X-Jet comes back for Scott & Alex when they begin to run for it, but there are still too many tremors and falling debris and it can't get to them. Asteroid M begins to fall and Alex and Scott use their powers to blast it apart as it crashes towards them. They both collapse to the ground back to normal.
The X-Jet lands and Scott apologizes to everyone for the way he's been acting. Alex says so much for Havok, but at least I have my brother back. Xavier tells Alex that they'll help him with his powers if he wants and that they'll do it together, unified, as the X-Men.
Rogue eventually she gets over him and approves of his relationship with Jean.
- Growing Pains
At school everyone is gathered in the gym for an assembly. Rogue walks past the Brotherhood, but is stopped by a new girl sitting on the bottom bleacher. She asks Rogue how long the assemblies usually last. Rogue says that their way too long but it gets them out of class as she sits down next to the new girl who introduces herself as Risty Wilde from England. Rogue offers to show her around after the assembly. Principal Kelly gives a speech about everyone using their special gifts and talents to make it a great school year. He also says he wants everyone to show up to the pre-game rally for the girl's soccer team championship.At the prep game rally, Rogue was sitting with the other X-Men about the watch Jean's soccer game when the Brotherhood show up and interrupt the game as Avalanche and the others announce that they're mutants, that they have special powers. TV cameras catch all the action as he also announces that the Xavier Institute is also filled with mutants and names Scott and Jean personally. Rogue comments on the X-team being "busted big time" before getting into her uniform to fight the Brotherhood. Blob starts destroying the stadium seats that still have people on them. Rogue absorbs Blob's abilities and the whole construction falls on both of them. Shadowcat goes to help Rogue get out of the wreck. Storm comes and creates a rainstorm that stops the fighting and calms eveyone down with Xavier deciding to change everyone's memories about the incident.
Evan is hassled by some thugs. Rogue steps in to help, but Evan pops his spikes and the thugs run off threatening to tell Principal Principal Kelly and get them thrown out. Evan has a hard time retracting his spikes, when he finally does, Rogue runs off to stop the thugs. Gambit gets to them first though and tells them not to mess with the mutants. They balk, but after a demonstration of his power they agree and take off.
Rogue gets there just as they're leaving and asks Gambit what he's doing. Gambit basically blows her off and leaves. Kitty shows up and asks what's going on. She wants to go get Scott to follow Gambit, but Rogue tells her that there's no time and drags her off.
Rogue and Kitty make it to the Brotherhood house just as they boys take off into Lance's jeep. They follow by phasing in and out of vehicles that are heading the same direction. The Brotherhood are hiding out on a cliff overlooking mountain highway. As they wait, Lance tells Fred and Todd that he doesn't care anything about Magneto, he only wants to get his hands on the traitor Pietro. The Brotherhood ambush the military convoy that's transporting Pietro. Rogue and Kitty finally catch up to them just as the scuffle starts.
Rogue sneaks up on Lance and zaps him. later she tries to stop them with Lance's power, but Kitty tells her it's no use they're all gone. The girls are caught by the military officers, but the leader tells them that not everyone hates mutants and that he knows they helped and they're free to go.
At the Institute, Xavier tells Kitty and Rogue that they can't deal with every problem that comes along, that they have their own lives to lead. Scott tells them that they've also got detention for skipping out on school. Kitty storms off mad and the others laugh.
She shows a romantic interest in Gambit during the season three episode, "Dark Horizon" Part 1" (when she kisses him to absorb his powers, although being mind-controlled at this point); in the season four episode, "Cajun Spice", they resume contact, but it is unclear whether she is in love with him. At the end of the season finale, Professor X's vision of the future shows Gambit as part of the extended team of X-Men, with his arm around her, though it is hinted that eventually Rogue and Gambit do become romantically involved.
Original Drawings of Rogue.
Rogue is an Orphan.
Her roommate was Shadowcat.
Her goth look is also exclusive to this series. She also seems to enjoy a lot of Dracula things. She was shows reading a book about Draculla, and a couple months later was part of the Dracula The Rock Opera
Had the series gone on, once Jean became the Phoenix, a director has noted that Rogue and Scott would have become romantically involved, as hinted to by the fact that they stand side by side in the image of the future.
When Charles Xavier saw a vision of the future, he saw Rogue flying and without any gloves. and presumably wearing Remy's coat.
There is speculation that Rogue was romantically interested/inclined to be with Scott (Cyclops), Remy (Gambit), or a few others in this series, while comic canon often points only to Gambit.
Rogue must have been very close with Irene, also known as the mutant Destiny, as she has several Pictures of her in her house.
- Look ar Rogue's face
- She is the only female member of the main X-Men to not wear sandals in her regular clothing.
- In the final epilogue she is seen flying and not wearing gloves, implying that she may gain control of her powers. The mainstream version of Rogue gained the ability to fly by absorbing Ms. Marvel's powers.
Speed & Spyke
Turn of the
Survival of the
The Cauldron I
Fun and Games
The Beast of Bayville
On Angel's Wings
Walk on the Wild Side
The Hex Factor
Day of Reckoning I
Day of Reckoning II
Day of Recovery
The Stuff of Heroes
The Stuff of Villains
The Toad, the Witch,
& the Wardrobe
Under Lock and Key
Dark Horizon I
Dark Horizon II
No Good Deed
Sins of the Son
Ghost of a Chance
Other faces of RogueEdit