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Rogue ist ein fiktiver Superheld, der in amerikanischen Comics erscheint, die von Marvel Comics veröffentlicht werden, üblicherweise in Verbindung mit den X-Men. Die Figur debütierte in Avengers Annual # 10 als Bösewicht, schloss sich aber bald. Die X-Men greifen ein und können Rogue retten, jedoch erscheint sie wie tot. Logan bringt sie dazu, seine Kräfte zu absorbieren, wodurch sie wieder erwacht. Im ersten Teil der Filmreihe begegnet Rogue uns in dem Moment, als sie ihren Freund küsst, wobei. Die Südstaaten-Schönheit Rogue ist eine der bekanntesten X-Men Mitglieder mit der Mutantenfähigkeit die Kräfte anderer Wesen mit einer. Um Rogue von den X-Men zu trennen, beeinflusst Magnetos Verbündete Mystique (die sich in jede Gestalt verwandeln kann) Rogue mit falschen Behauptungen.

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Um Rogue von den X-Men zu trennen, beeinflusst Magnetos Verbündete Mystique (die sich in jede Gestalt verwandeln kann) Rogue mit falschen Behauptungen. Im ersten Teil der Filmreihe begegnet Rogue uns in dem Moment, als sie ihren Freund küsst, wobei. X-Men: Gambit & Rogue | Mackie, Howard, Weeks, Lee, Wieringo, Mike | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf​.

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Rogue was initially not interested, wanting only a normal life, but after an incident in which she absorbed and comatosed a boy named Cody when she kissed him, she seemed to give up on normality and began taking part in Mystique's plans.

During this period, Rogue and Mystique associated briefly with a mutant named Blindspot , whose power to erase the memories of others by touch somehow counteracts Rogue's power enough to allow them to make physical contact safely.

Blindspot and Rogue become good friends, but when Mystique decided to sever professional ties with Blindspot, Blindspot erased all memory of her from both Mystique and Rogue in order to protect herself.

When Mystique debuted her Brotherhood of Evil Mutants Pyro , Blob and Avalanche , Destiny advised her to keep Rogue out of the action, advice which proved important when several members of the new Brotherhood — including Destiny herself — were arrested and imprisoned.

Rogue ultimately confronted Ms. Marvel on her front doorstep as she was returning home from grocery shopping and deliberately absorbed her powers.

Something went wrong as Ms. Marvel fought too hard and too long. The transfer of psyche and powers initially sans Ms.

Marvel's precognitive "seventh sense" became permanent. The shock of absorbing such a formidable persona drove Rogue insane and she attempted to kill Ms.

Marvel by throwing her off the Golden Gate Bridge. Unbeknownst to Rogue, Ms. Marvel was saved from the fall by the original Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew.

Marvel was comatose for a short period of time before her memories without the emotional attachments were restored by Professor Charles Xavier of the X-Men.

Rogue later felt tremendous guilt over the incident and it still haunted her to this day. Rogue developed a grudge against Dazzler for her controllable mutation and her relationship with Angel of the X-Men.

Mystique intended for Rogue to absorb Angel — the only X-Man whose identity is publicly known at the time — in order to learn the team's whereabouts but Rogue balked, afraid of the effect of absorbing a physical mutation like Angel's wings.

The more Rogue used her mutant power, the more her mind became filled with fragmentary psychic echoes of the people she absorbed.

Carol Danvers' psyche was nearly a completely distinct personality within her mind who would sometimes take over when Rogue's will was weak.

It became harder and harder for Rogue to hold on to her own personality and she feared that her powers would drive her insane unbeknownst to her or Mystique, the process was also helped along by Mastermind, who subtly exacerbated Rogue's already severe psychological distress as a means of revenge against Mystique.

The Professor was unable to do a satisfactory psychic scan of her, due to the clashing human and Kree portions of her psyche.

Still, Xavier's charity towards all mutants led him to welcome her into his home and the X-Men, regardless of his team having previously fought Rogue and in spite of the X-Men's own strong objections.

The X-Men even threatened to disband themselves and leave the school should Rogue be accepted. It was only Xavier's argument that all mutants deserved a chance for redemption that prevented the dissolution of the X-Men.

Immediately afterward, Rogue clashed with Carol Danvers, as Binary, who was unwilling to accept the idea of Rogue among her friends.

Her initial months with the team were rough as she was seen as a latent threat, a Brotherhood mole within the X-Men. When the team met up with Wolverine in Tokyo where he was preparing for his marriage to Mariko Yashida, she was given a chilly reception by him—Wolverine having been a good friend and professional partner to Carol Danvers.

However, after the rest of the team except Rogue, Storm and Wolverine were incapacitated by poison, Rogue was forced to work with Wolverine in order to find the culprit.

The plot was traced back to the second Viper and her lover, the Silver Samurai. Rogue nearly died during the battle by taking a prolonged laser blast from the Viper to shield Mariko, who had shown her genuine trust and kindness.

Wolverine, after the battle and over Rogue's own objections, kissed her to transfer his healing powers to her.

Soon after, she gained the full trust of the rest of the team by again risking her life to save Colossus , who had been superheated by Pyro and then rapidly cooled.

She absorbed Colossus' powers, leaving her in the same rigid, melted form as he was to allow the Morlock Healer to heal the damage done to Colossus.

Rogue, under domination of Carol Danvers' persona, invaded the S. Helicarrier to rescue Michael Rossi and was framed for the murder of a S.

These charges were eventually dropped. Among the X-Men, Rogue's life improved but she continued to struggle with Carol Danvers' residual personality.

Marvel's former superhero uniform during battle, which angered Rogue when she would finally gain control of her body again.

Eventually, Rogue was pulled through the mystical gateway known as the Siege Perilous, where she was judged by other-dimensional forces with the promise of a "new life".

Returned to Earth, Rogue was purged of the remaining portions of Carol's personality, truly becoming her own woman again but was also temporarily stripped of her powers for a time.

However, after Rogue is emerged from the Siege, she found herself back in the abandoned ghost town in Australia the X-Men had taken up residence in after the Fall of the Mutants storyline.

Rogue fled from Carol as she battled the Reavers and absorbed the powers of the mutant, Gateway, in order to teleport herself to safety.

Carol arrived before she could escape and plunged through the portal Rogue had summoned and both of them disappeared.

Rogue, as it turned out, ended up powerless in the Savage Land, but Carol had been teleported to Muir Island where she came into conflict with some of the X-Men's allies who had fallen under the mental enslavement of the Shadow King.

Carol fought him but his vast psionic powers overwhelmed and corrupted her. He then sent her to the Savage Land to find Rogue and the two battled fiercely.

During the fight, there was not enough life-force between the two to sustain both Rogue and Carol physically as a result of the separation.

Just as Rogue was on the verge of being drained completely, Magneto suddenly intervened and destroyed the Ms.

Marvel persona, saving Rogue's life. Rogue ultimately saw through Magneto's noble facade when he killed the high priestess Zaladane, who had amassed an army of Savage Land natives.

Shocked by his viciousness, she flew to Muir Island to rejoin the rest of the X-Men when her powers had fully returned. The X-Men later divided into two teams to make better use of their large number of active members; Rogue was assigned to the Blue Team, under the leadership of Cyclops and alongside new X-Man, and love interest, Gambit.

Upon his arrival, Remy flirted with each of the female members of the team, however Rogue immediately caught his eye, and Remy made no secret of his romantic desire for her.

Rogue and Gambit were immediately attracted to each other, but the development of their relationship was slow and rocky, partly as a result of her inability to control her powers and partly as a result of long-term issues, including secrecy and dishonesty, with previous relationships on Gambit's part.

Through their many break-ups and make-ups, Gambit and Rogue have one of the longest and most popular relationships in the X-Men series.

As an act of penance, Rogue continued to visit Cody Robbins' hospital bed annually, a decade after she placed him in a coma.

Through a spiritual leader, Rogue was able to make amends with Cody's spirit. Cody held no hard feelings against her, knowing what happened was an accident and urged her to move on before he departed for the afterlife.

It was eventually revealed that Mystique had two sons: the anti-mutant politician Graydon Creed and Rogue's long-time teammate, Nightcrawler.

Rogue and Nightcrawler consider themselves to be siblings. Following the supposed 'death' of Cyclops, the X-Men team underwent major changes, amongst them Rogue being made the team's new field commander.

Her even temper and years of X-Men service made her an ideal leader and she continued to lead the team until Storm returned.

When the Galactic Council transformed Earth into a maximum-security penal colony for hundreds of extraterrestrial criminals, Rogue absorbed the attributes of Z'Cann — a mutant, telepathic Skrull who had joined Cadre K, Xavier's Skrull equivalent to the X-Men.

Z'Cann purposely touched Rogue to activate the mutant's abilities as the two evaded bounty hunters.

Z'Cann used her telepathy to amplify Rogue's capacity to assimilate memories, causing her powers to mutate.

The team's first mission was in search of Destiny's Diaries which prophesied future events. During an invasion of Khan an alien conqueror from another dimension of an isle nation Madripoor, Rogue requested that Sage use her power jump starting abilities to evolve Rogue to a point where she could control all of the various powers that she has ever imprinted.

Sage agreed, and Rogue became a one-woman army, able to use the powers of anyone she had absorbed in the past all at once. During Khan's invasion, Rogue was also confronted by Vargas who was said to be "a new species altogether.

Thus, in the midst of the invasion battle, Vargas ambushed Rogue as she was trying to rescue Gambit see X-Treme X-Men , spearing both Rogue and Gambit with his blade before escaping.

Rogue survived due to possessing both Wolverine's and Hulk's powers. Returning to the city shortly after the battle to recover his sword, Vargas was surprised in turn by Rogue dressed in Psylocke's costume Vargas having killed Psylocke earlier for sport.

After a lengthy battle, Rogue "fulfilled her destiny" by seemingly finishing Vargas off with his own weapon. Returning to Gambit, Rogue, with the help of Jean Grey , forced him from near death.

Following the repulsion of the invasion, Rogue realized that Destiny's Prophecies were only possibilities and that trying to follow them was more dangerous than ignoring them.

She also learned that she had inherited a mansion in New Orleans from Destiny, as well as a sizable fortune, and the X-Treme X-Men team retired there to recuperate.

Rogue soon left the team with Gambit, since they both emerged powerless from their ordeals and wanted to explore their relationship further.

After life on the road with Gambit, Rogue ended up living in a beach house in Valle Soleada, a town where mutants and humans coexisted peacefully.

She subsequently received a visit from Bishop and Sage and, after a series of events involving an investigation into the murder of a human girl's family, Rogue and Gambit signed up with Bishop and Sage to help Storm's X-Treme X-Men stop Sage's enemy and former boss Elias Bogan.

After the battle, Rogue asked Sage to restore Gambit's abilities, which she did. Gambit asked if the same could be done for Rogue's powers, but it was never revisited after Rogue quickly dismissed his comment.

Over time, Rogue's own abilities returned naturally. However, she no longer possessed the abilities she had absorbed from Ms.

Rogue and Gambit were both put on Havok's team and participated in various missions. Rogue then traveled down south to save a young mutant girl from her powers.

While there, she met Campbell St. Ange, a young man who was immune to Rogue's lethal touch. Also while there, Rogue forcibly absorbed knowledge from her Aunt Carrie that explained that Rogue's mother had traveled to the Far Banks, a dream-realm, to stop her father from getting there himself.

Rogue encountered the incorporeal spirit of her mother therein, and absorbed her memories. After the reunion, her mother's trapped spirit could finally move on.

Rogue subsequently went back to her Aunt Carrie and made amends with her, considering her Aunt Carrie her mother now. Rogue then returned to the X-Men and confronted the monstrous Golgotha - large space creatures with telepathic abilities that induce insanity in some by bringing forth deep fears, insecurities, and hidden thoughts.

During this ordeal, as the result of Golgotha influence, Rogue and Gambit got into a fight about the reality of their relationship when limited by Rogue's powers.

The truck starts burning as Rogue wakes and sees Wolverine gets up. He walks back and asks her if she is alright, to which she answers that she's stuck after watching in shock how his wounds heal.

He walks over to help her, but then his hyperactive senses pick on the scent of a foe — Sabretooth. Suddenly, Sabretooth jumps out of the woods and throws Wolverine.

He then throws him again on the truck and walks to him, to the eyes of Rogue, who is already terrified from the fire in the truck.

Then, two figures show up behind Sabretooth — Cyclops and Storm. Cyclops puts his hand to his visor and shoots a powerful optic blast at Sabretooth.

He then uses his beams to release Rogue, and they grab her and Wolverine and run away seconds before the truck explodes.

After Cyclops and Storm successfully came to Wolverine and Rogue's rescue, they take the rescued pair to the X-Mansion. Rogue soon becomes a student at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

While Rogue is sitting in a classroom with other students, with Storm as the teacher, Shadowcat and Jubilee are sitting near her.

As a boy with pyrokinetic abilities, named Pyro , who is sitting in front of Rogue, puts his hand behind his back and creates a small fireball; another boy, Bobby Drake , sitting next to Rogue uses his power to freeze the fireball, and it falls on the floor and breaks, resulting in Pyro getting in trouble with Storm and Rogue being impressed.

Bobby introduces himself to Rogue and asks for her name. She answers that her name is Rogue.

He creates a small ice crystal shaped like a rose flower for her and welcomes her to mutant high. Despite being in a friendly environment, Rogue still finds herself struggling with her power.

Later that night, when Rogue had trouble sleeping, she heard Wolverine having a nightmare and went to check on him by trying to wake him up without touching him.

Unfortunately, when he woke up, Wolverine accidentally impaled Rogue his adamantium claws and started yelling for help, Bobby, Storm, Jean Grey, Cyclops, and several other children arrive to witness Rogue absorbing Wolverine's powers.

Thanks to her absorption power, Rogue is able to absorb Logan's healing ability and heal herself, as shown when her wounds began to heal.

However, Rogue also puts Logan in a coma and nearly kills him as Wolverine passes out. The whole incident attracts a worried crowd of students and once again Rogue feels guilty for being herself before fleeing from the room.

The next morning, in Xavier's schoolyard, Rogue is sitting on a bench and looks at the others playing.

Bobby shows up and sits next to her. He is angry at her for what happened with Wolverine, saying that mutants should never use their powers against other mutants.

She tries defending herself, saying that she had no choice, but he just tells her that if he were she, he would get himself out of there.

She asks him what does he mean, and he answers that the students are freaked out, while Professor Xavier is furious.

Rudely, he tells her that she should go, and she gets up and walks away, almost crying. As she walks away, Bobby smiles, and his eyes glow yellow for a moment, showing that it was actually Mystique , who successfully tricks Rogue into thinking she is not wanted at the school due to the incident the previous night.

In the train station, Rogue is sitting on a train, waiting for it to leave. She watches other people touching each other freely, and feels sad that she may never get to feel human touch again.

Logan eventually caught up to her, and finds Rogue, and sits next to her. They apologize to each other about what happened the previous night, with Wolverine first apologizing for hurting her, and then asks her if she is running again.

She tells him that a boy in school told her the professor is mad at her. It was later revealed, that Bobby and Rogue were supposed to meet up for lunch.

While on the train, Rogue asks Wolverine if he thinks she should go back. He answers that he thinks she should follow her instincts.

After a pause, she tells him about David. She tells him that the first boy she ever kissed ended up in a coma for three weeks, and she can still feel him inside her head, and Logan, too.

Logan hugs her through her shirt and convinces a despondent Rogue to stay with Xavier, by telling her that he thinks Xavier is one of the few people who can understand what she is going through and that he really wants to help her, thus promising to take care of her.

The train starts moving, and Logan convinces her to give "these geeks" another shot. When the Brotherhood arrives at the train station, Rogue's train stops moving and the lights go out.

Everybody scream as Wolverine looks is horror as Magneto uses his powers to literally slice the train up open and float in.

Logan pops his claws, and Magneto says that he must be Wolverine, the man with metal running through all his body.

He uses his powers to lift Logan in the air and hurt him, as Rogue screams at him to stop. Logan asks Magneto why does he want him, and Magneto answers that it's not him he wants.

Logan is horrified to realize that Magneto is really after Rogue. Magneto incapacitates Wolverine by tossing him away and then knocks Rogue unconscious with a tranquilizer dart and captures her.

She soon becomes a component in Magneto 's machine on the Statue of Liberty. Magneto comments that the Statue of Liberty is magnificent, and Rogue says that she has seen it.

Magneto says that he first saw it in , and mockingly quotes how America was going to be the land of tolerance and peace.

She asks him if he is going to kill her, and he answers with a simple "yes". She asks why and says that it's because there is neither tolerance nor peace, not there, not anywhere.

Now, he is going to turn the world leaders into mutants, just like them — making them all act in favor of mutants.

The sacrifice of Rogue, he says, will ensure the survival of the mutant race. He orders Mystique to put her in the machine, and he will put her up on the statue.

Magneto explains his motives to the X-Men, and then they hear Rogue wailing for help. Wolverine tells him that if he was really so righteous, it would have been him in the machine.

Magneto just flies up to the machine, as Rogue continues to scream for help. Despite her protests, Magneto touches Rogue's cheek, making him absorb her power.

Sabretooth throws Wolverine off the statue, but he manages to cling on and jump up. He beats Sabretooth and hears Rogue scream in pain. He falls down and sticks his claws to the wall to hang on it, almost killing Scott and Jean who are at the other side of the wall.

The energy field starts spreading, and Wolverine jumps inside. He tries to slash Rogue's chains, but Magneto stops him with his power.

As Rogue's energy is being stressed under the machine which would kill her eventually, some of the hair on her forehead turns white.

The X-Men ultimately save her before the machine can stretch her power any further as Cyclops sees a chance and decides to take, managing to blast Magneto.

Free to move, Wolverine slashes the machine, stopping the field before it mutates anyone. He cuts Rogue's chains and holds her.

She isn't moving and notices the white streak in her hair. He touches her cheek, attempting to give her his regenerative powers, trying to get her to heal in order to save her life.

At first, it doesn't seem to work, and Logan begins to despair, thinking Rogue to be dead. Suddenly, a multitude of wounds begin to appear across his face, and blood drips out of several stab wounds.

Rogue suddenly wakes up and Logan falls to the ground, unconscious, with gashes all over his face and chest.

Rogue is seen sobbing and hyperventilating. After the X-Men rescued Rogue, she is seen playing with other students at the X-Mansion before she sees Wolverine leave.

Rogue goes to see him and he gives her his dog tags before leaving. Rogue and Gambit were both put on Havok 's team and participated in various missions.

As described in her own miniseries, Rogue then traveled down south to save a young mutant girl from her powers.

While there, she met Campbell St. Ange, a young man who was immune to Rogue's lethal touch.

Also while there, Rogue forcibly absorbed knowledge from her Aunt Carrie that explained that Rogue's mother had traveled to the Far Banks, a dream-realm, to stop her father from getting there himself.

Rogue encountered the incorporeal spirit of her mother therein, and absorbed her memories. After the reunion, her mother's trapped spirit could finally move on.

Rogue subsequently went back to her Aunt Carrie and made amends with her. Rogue then returned to the X-Men and confronted the monstrous Golgotha large space creatures with telepathic abilities that induce insanity in some by bringing out and, to some extent, amplifying people's emotions.

During this ordeal, as the result of Golgotha influence, Rogue and Gambit got into a fight about the reality of their relationship with Rogue's uncontrollable powers.

Gambit claimed they would have parted much sooner if they were always able to touch, that Rogue would have been "just another one-night stand".

He and Rogue then started passionately kissing each other until her power began to affect him and Emma Frost telepathically interrupted.

While on a trip to Japan to investigate an incriminating photo of her and Sunfire engaged in criminal activities, both Rogue and Sunfire learned that Rogue's former friend and teammate of the Brotherhood, Blindspot , has erased both their memories of the event.

In this storyline, Rogue accidentally and permanently absorbed Sunfire's fire abilities who has lost his legs to Lady Deathstrike and did not want to live.

Back at the X-Mansion, Emma Frost tried to help Rogue and Gambit by providing telepathic relationship counseling, but their relationship continued to be problematic.

Rogue then discovered that Gambit was being seduced by the student called Foxx. It is later revealed, however, that Mystique , displeased with Rogue's choice of lovers, infiltrated the Xavier Institute by shapeshifting into Foxx and joined Gambit's squad in an attempt to ruin his relationship with Rogue.

After Gambit resisted her charms, Mystique reverted to her true form and offered Gambit something more difficult to refuse: she transformed into Rogue and offered Gambit a Rogue with whom he could have a physical relationship, however Gambit denies that he slept with Mystique.

Because Gambit failed to tell Rogue of Mystique's presence in the Institute, their relationship developed the exact rift Mystique was hoping for and allowed her to set up her daughter with her accomplice, Pulse.

After being discovered, Mystique asked the X-Men for permission to stay at the mansion. The X-Men voted and Mystique was allowed to be a probationary member of the X-Men, a decision neither Rogue nor Gambit were happy with.

In the events that followed M-Day , the mutant Apocalypse was reawakened. Gambit, seeking redemption from Rogue and his fellow X-Men, volunteered to be transformed into his horseman , Death.

Gambit believed he could control whatever Apocalypse would do to him, in hopes of only gaining more power to protect Rogue and the X-Men from the villain.

After Apocalypse's defeat, Sunfire who was granted new legs and transformed into the horseman Famine and Gambit left the X-Men.

As Professor Xavier went into space with Havok and several other X-Men to go after the villain Vulcan , Cyclops gave Rogue the authority to form her own team, complimenting her inspired improvisation in battle situations.

She was hesitant at first because of Gambit's recent disappearance with Sunfire, but accepted the position, saying that when he comes back she'd still be at the school.

Mystique seemingly tried to repair her relationship with Rogue, but was rebuffed. Rogue's team defeated the group known as the Children of the Vault.

Afterward, Rogue declared that her team would leave the X-Mansion. Rogue was hospitalized after a battle with Pandemic.

Cable , desiring Rogue's help in defeating the Hecatomb, forced Rogue awake. Pandemic infected Rogue with a virus, Strain 88, altering her powers by amplifying them into an instantaneous death-touch.

In defeating Hecatomb, Rogue absorbed psyches of eight billion entities that had been stored inside it. The team moved to Rogue's hometown of Caldecott for Rogue to recover.

As Cyclops and Emma Frost arrived to help Rogue cope with the immensity of the voices in her mind, Marauders arrived, seeking the Destiny diaries.

As part of the attack, it was revealed that Mystique was working with the Marauders and for Mister Sinister. Mystique shot Rogue and took her back to Mr.

Sinister's base, who only kept Rogue alive because she held all the information of Destiny's Diaries within her mind.

Sinister again, was protective of Rogue and accused Mystique of being too careless in how she captured her.

Gambit was shown standing over Rogue trying to get her to wake up after she had fallen into a trance overcome by the minds she absorbed , and expressed his apologies for what he had done before rejoining Sinister.

Rogue had flashes of memories, both of she and Gambit during the time that they had known each other, and of the millions of minds she absorbed, while in her coma-like state before she briefly woke up and recognized Gambit.

She told him she had a nightmare, before spouting incoherent words and mysterious coordinates. The X-Men attacked the Marauders' Antarctic base in order to rescue Rogue and the mysterious mutant baby who was at the center of Messiah Complex.

However the baby eventually took precedence and the X-Men did not recover or even see Rogue. Mister Sinister, now in possession of the mutant baby, relocated the Marauders to Muir Island.

While standing by Rogue's bedside, Mystique was visited by Mister Sinister who told her that there will be no cure for Rogue and she will eventually die.

Without warning, Mystique ambushed Sinister and shoved his face onto Rogue's. The instant contact seemingly killed Sinister. Mystique, in keeping with the words of the Destiny Diaries, placed the baby's face in direct contact with Rogue's, with the understanding that Rogue would awaken from her comatose state.

The baby was not affected by Rogue's power, and Rogue awakens shortly after. Realizing what Mystique had done at the risk of killing the baby, Rogue said she's tired of people's lives being destroyed by Mystique and grabbed Mystique's face barehanded, fully absorbing her powers and consciousness and incapacitating her.

However, she immediately regrets her action when she realizes that the baby had deleted all the consciousnesses she had previously absorbed, along with Strain 88, so that now Mystique was the only one in her head.

She said she needed to be alone and told Gambit not to follow her. Rogue takes some time out from the X-Men and travels around the Australian outback on a motorcycle.

Once there, she has a conversation with Mystique a part of Rogue's psyche , telling her that no one else can help her with her powers and that it was down to her to figure out how to control them.

One day, a woman appears in town claiming to be an anthropologist from Melbourne University. Rogue made it clear she could stay as long as she wants, but to keep out of her way.

The anthropologist approached Rogue with questions about some of the items she found in the ghost town. Rogue said she does not know anything about these and to leave her alone.

The anthropologist follows Rogue and eventually confesses that she has a different identity. The anthropologist was then targeted by a low flying Shi'ar spaceship and revealed that she was actually Danger in disguise.

She informs Rogue she planned to get revenge on Professor Xavier by using her as a conduit. She was finally cornered by the Marauders, and refused to let Mystique's psyche take control of Rogue's body and save her as the fake Marauder Scalphunter shot at her.

Mystique then forcibly took over Rogue's body to save her and fought off the Marauders, then returned control of Rogue's body to her.

Rogue then wandered to the fake Tokyo Tower and tried to find the Institute, deducing that the projections around her were changing at ten-minute intervals, altering the environment around her.

However, Rogue did not get far as she ended up in Antarctica, witnessing the moment she abandoned Gambit after his trial. She regretted her decisions there, telling Mystique that she really had not moved on.

It was at that point that Cody Robbins appeared before Rogue, repeating his greeting from the night her powers manifested. Rogue just stared at him in shock.

Eventually, the Professor, Gambit, and a group of Shi'ar pirates managed to shut down Danger. The pirates, in turn, attacked the Professor as their intent was to kidnap him and Danger for bounty.

In the meantime, Rogue enters the scene and attacks the pirates, but is defeated. However, the Professor reactivates Danger and she defeats the pirates in turn.

After this, it was revealed that Rogue's powers never truly developed past their initial "nascent" stage, which was the reason why her powers never functioned properly.

The Professor, now aware of this fact, used his telepathy to tear down the mental walls that kept Rogue's powers from developing the walls were created as a side effect every time she absorbed other people starting with Cody, and even more so with Ms.

Marvel , and removed the persistent mental echo of Mystique. Finally, Rogue kissed Gambit, with no ill side effect, revealing that she was finally in control of her absorption power.

On their way there they are intercepted by Pixie who teleports them into the city, which is in a state of chaos due to the anti-mutant and pro-mutant movements.

Cyclops admonishes Rogue for her disappearance and sends all three out in order to locate several missing students and bring them home.

During their mission Rogue faces off against the new Ms. Marvel ; finding that she cannot touch her opponent, Rogue resorts to a trick and flees the site.

Later on she joins Gambit, who has been injured by Ares , along with Danger. Ares does not take her seriously and dismisses her both as an opponent and her attempts to calm things down.

This results in Rogue grabbing Ares and absorbing his powers. Ares is dismissive of her attempt and claims that she cannot absorb him, a boast that proves wrong as she weakens him enough for Gambit to blast him, leaving him bloody and stunned.

Having for the moment absorbed some of Ares' power, she easily dispatches a small group of H. Rogue finds Trance as her powers are flaring out of control creating powerful uncontrollable bio-electric blasts.

Rogue tries to help calm Trance and help her gain control when Ms. Marvel appears to fight against Rogue. After taking out Gambit and Danger, Rogue and Ms.

Marvel fight; Rogue is losing until Trance regains control and jumps in to help Rogue. Trance learns that her astral form is able to punch Ms.

Marvel when they are both intangible. After Gambit stuns Ms. Marvel, they teleport back to base where Trance receives medical attention.

As Utopia has become a safe haven for mutants, the entire population were on high alert following an attack on the X-Men by Emplate , who feeds on mutant bone marrow for sustenance.

The X-Men instruct everyone to stay close to each other and report anything out of the ordinary. Bling goes to check out an old amphitheatre on her own when Emplate captures her to use as a food source.

Unable to enter Emplate's cross-dimensional base, Rogue absorbs Trance's astral projection ability to enter the dimension and save Bling.

As she investigates his lighthouse home for clues to Bling's whereabouts, Rogue was attacked by psychoplasmic ghosts.

After fighting them off, she rescues Bling from Emplate. Rogue also protects the students during an attack by a Predator X herd by absorbing the powers of multiple students.

In an attempt to finally achieve godhood, Selene along with her servant Eli Bard , resurrected many of the X-Men's greatest deceased allies and villains under her control.

Among the resurrected is Rogue's foster mother, Destiny, who attempts to contact Rogue but instead contacts Blindfold. When she makes contact, he leaves her to possess the body of Blindfold, so he can trick her into convincing a team of X-Men to go to Muir Island, where he hopes to kill them.

She stated that Reynolds was immune to the ill effects of her power, and that a time in her past when she could touch no one else, she had at least one intimate encounter with him.

During the event in which Cable and Hope return to the present timeline, Rogue is able to sense Hope's presence, like Destiny prophesied, although neither she nor Emma Frost can explain it.

After a short confrontation with some of Bastion 's men, the X-Men and Cable decide for a diversionary tactic.

Cable, along with some of the X-Men, stays behind since it was him they were tracking , while Rogue, Nightcrawler, and Hope leave so that their enemies do not capture Hope.

For a while their tactic works, leaving Cable, along with some of the X-Men, to fend off Bastion's troops.

This, however, exerts him to such a degree that he has to rest for a moment; they are soon confronted by Bastion himself.

Seeing no alternative, Rogue attacks him hoping to buy enough time for Kurt and Hope to flee, but Bastion is able to hit Kurt with an energy blast that knocks him out.

Channeling Colossus's strength, further enhancing it with Betsy's telekinesis and using the individual claw sets of Logan and X along with their healing factors, Rogue is able to inflict massive damage to Bastion.

However, Bastion is able to repair himself and overpower Rogue with an energy discharge which briefly incapacitates her.

Unable to do anything, she watches with horror as Bastion fatally impales Kurt with his arm. Rogue is appointed Hope's protector while on Utopia and allows her to participate in the final battle, where Hope eventually destroys Bastion.

Her actions and choices put Hope in danger and ultimately results in Cyclops suspending Rogue from active duty. She, however, remain as Hope's protector and accompanies her to Alaska in search of her real family.

Rogue, along with Magneto, Alani Ryan, and Anole , accompany Indra to India: Indra because his wealthy parents informed him of his brother being ill; Magneto because he wanted to investigate strange anomalies in electromagnetic fields over Mumbai.

They are attacked by giant Servidores who are chasing Luz, [76] a young woman who claims to be mutant, but later turns out to be from Quitado, an alien city populated by lab-created super-humans.

Rogue is sentenced for execution as the city's occupants have a particular anger towards her as she had fought against them and killed many when they tried to wipe out all inhabitants of the earth whom they consider as pests.

In the meantime, Luz's trick results in the alien city crash landing in Mumbai, which gives Rogue time to knock out her would-have-been executioner.

After the events of the " Age of X " storyline, Rogue decides not to wipe her memories. Gambit admits the extent of his feelings for her, but is also frustrated by her indecisiveness.

He tells her that it is better they are apart until she decides to be with him for good and that he would be waiting for her when she is ready.

After Rogue confronts Magneto about his past, she spends a night with him, promising nothing else. The final battle with Legion's personality Styx results in Rogue temporarily absorbing many of Legion's powers, which led her to finding the location of Havok, Polaris, and Marvel Girl; the mutants that were left in space after the X-Men's mission to stop Vulcan.

After the events of " Schism ", Rogue chooses to be on Wolverine's team, noting to Cyclops that he has reached a point where his previous willingness to question his decisions has been replaced by an inability to accept when he might be wrong.

Although Rogue was initially neutral in the war between the Avengers and the X-Men , when the Jean Grey School was surrounded by She-Hulk , Moon Knight , and Falcon to stop other X-Men from joining Cyclops' team, Rogue was forced into action when some students attacked She-Hulk, [83] declaring her allegiance to Cyclops after Iron Man sent a remote-controlled armor to attack the school.

Marvel in a portion of Limbo that she had brought to Earth. Rogue attends Xavier's funeral alongside Wolverine.

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Something went wrong as Ms. Marvel fought too hard and too long. The transfer of psyche and powers initially sans Ms.

Marvel's precognitive "seventh sense" became permanent. The shock of absorbing such a formidable persona drove Rogue insane and she attempted to kill Ms.

Marvel by throwing her off the Golden Gate Bridge. Unbeknownst to Rogue, Ms. Marvel was saved from the fall by the original Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew.

Marvel was comatose for a short period of time before her memories without the emotional attachments were restored by Professor Charles Xavier of the X-Men.

Rogue later felt tremendous guilt over the incident and it still haunted her to this day. Rogue developed a grudge against Dazzler for her controllable mutation and her relationship with Angel of the X-Men.

Mystique intended for Rogue to absorb Angel — the only X-Man whose identity is publicly known at the time — in order to learn the team's whereabouts but Rogue balked, afraid of the effect of absorbing a physical mutation like Angel's wings.

The more Rogue used her mutant power, the more her mind became filled with fragmentary psychic echoes of the people she absorbed. Carol Danvers' psyche was nearly a completely distinct personality within her mind who would sometimes take over when Rogue's will was weak.

It became harder and harder for Rogue to hold on to her own personality and she feared that her powers would drive her insane unbeknownst to her or Mystique, the process was also helped along by Mastermind, who subtly exacerbated Rogue's already severe psychological distress as a means of revenge against Mystique.

The Professor was unable to do a satisfactory psychic scan of her, due to the clashing human and Kree portions of her psyche.

Still, Xavier's charity towards all mutants led him to welcome her into his home and the X-Men, regardless of his team having previously fought Rogue and in spite of the X-Men's own strong objections.

The X-Men even threatened to disband themselves and leave the school should Rogue be accepted. It was only Xavier's argument that all mutants deserved a chance for redemption that prevented the dissolution of the X-Men.

Immediately afterward, Rogue clashed with Carol Danvers, as Binary, who was unwilling to accept the idea of Rogue among her friends.

Her initial months with the team were rough as she was seen as a latent threat, a Brotherhood mole within the X-Men. When the team met up with Wolverine in Tokyo where he was preparing for his marriage to Mariko Yashida, she was given a chilly reception by him—Wolverine having been a good friend and professional partner to Carol Danvers.

However, after the rest of the team except Rogue, Storm and Wolverine were incapacitated by poison, Rogue was forced to work with Wolverine in order to find the culprit.

The plot was traced back to the second Viper and her lover, the Silver Samurai. Rogue nearly died during the battle by taking a prolonged laser blast from the Viper to shield Mariko, who had shown her genuine trust and kindness.

Wolverine, after the battle and over Rogue's own objections, kissed her to transfer his healing powers to her. Soon after, she gained the full trust of the rest of the team by again risking her life to save Colossus , who had been superheated by Pyro and then rapidly cooled.

She absorbed Colossus' powers, leaving her in the same rigid, melted form as he was to allow the Morlock Healer to heal the damage done to Colossus.

Rogue, under domination of Carol Danvers' persona, invaded the S. Helicarrier to rescue Michael Rossi and was framed for the murder of a S.

These charges were eventually dropped. Among the X-Men, Rogue's life improved but she continued to struggle with Carol Danvers' residual personality.

Marvel's former superhero uniform during battle, which angered Rogue when she would finally gain control of her body again.

Eventually, Rogue was pulled through the mystical gateway known as the Siege Perilous, where she was judged by other-dimensional forces with the promise of a "new life".

Returned to Earth, Rogue was purged of the remaining portions of Carol's personality, truly becoming her own woman again but was also temporarily stripped of her powers for a time.

However, after Rogue is emerged from the Siege, she found herself back in the abandoned ghost town in Australia the X-Men had taken up residence in after the Fall of the Mutants storyline.

Rogue fled from Carol as she battled the Reavers and absorbed the powers of the mutant, Gateway, in order to teleport herself to safety.

Carol arrived before she could escape and plunged through the portal Rogue had summoned and both of them disappeared. Rogue, as it turned out, ended up powerless in the Savage Land, but Carol had been teleported to Muir Island where she came into conflict with some of the X-Men's allies who had fallen under the mental enslavement of the Shadow King.

Carol fought him but his vast psionic powers overwhelmed and corrupted her. He then sent her to the Savage Land to find Rogue and the two battled fiercely.

During the fight, there was not enough life-force between the two to sustain both Rogue and Carol physically as a result of the separation.

Just as Rogue was on the verge of being drained completely, Magneto suddenly intervened and destroyed the Ms. Marvel persona, saving Rogue's life.

Rogue ultimately saw through Magneto's noble facade when he killed the high priestess Zaladane, who had amassed an army of Savage Land natives.

Shocked by his viciousness, she flew to Muir Island to rejoin the rest of the X-Men when her powers had fully returned.

The X-Men later divided into two teams to make better use of their large number of active members; Rogue was assigned to the Blue Team, under the leadership of Cyclops and alongside new X-Man, and love interest, Gambit.

Upon his arrival, Remy flirted with each of the female members of the team, however Rogue immediately caught his eye, and Remy made no secret of his romantic desire for her.

Rogue and Gambit were immediately attracted to each other, but the development of their relationship was slow and rocky, partly as a result of her inability to control her powers and partly as a result of long-term issues, including secrecy and dishonesty, with previous relationships on Gambit's part.

Through their many break-ups and make-ups, Gambit and Rogue have one of the longest and most popular relationships in the X-Men series.

As an act of penance, Rogue continued to visit Cody Robbins' hospital bed annually, a decade after she placed him in a coma.

Through a spiritual leader, Rogue was able to make amends with Cody's spirit. Cody held no hard feelings against her, knowing what happened was an accident and urged her to move on before he departed for the afterlife.

It was eventually revealed that Mystique had two sons: the anti-mutant politician Graydon Creed and Rogue's long-time teammate, Nightcrawler.

Rogue and Nightcrawler consider themselves to be siblings. Following the supposed 'death' of Cyclops, the X-Men team underwent major changes, amongst them Rogue being made the team's new field commander.

Her even temper and years of X-Men service made her an ideal leader and she continued to lead the team until Storm returned. When the Galactic Council transformed Earth into a maximum-security penal colony for hundreds of extraterrestrial criminals, Rogue absorbed the attributes of Z'Cann — a mutant, telepathic Skrull who had joined Cadre K, Xavier's Skrull equivalent to the X-Men.

Z'Cann purposely touched Rogue to activate the mutant's abilities as the two evaded bounty hunters. Z'Cann used her telepathy to amplify Rogue's capacity to assimilate memories, causing her powers to mutate.

The team's first mission was in search of Destiny's Diaries which prophesied future events. During an invasion of Khan an alien conqueror from another dimension of an isle nation Madripoor, Rogue requested that Sage use her power jump starting abilities to evolve Rogue to a point where she could control all of the various powers that she has ever imprinted.

Sage agreed, and Rogue became a one-woman army, able to use the powers of anyone she had absorbed in the past all at once.

During Khan's invasion, Rogue was also confronted by Vargas who was said to be "a new species altogether. Thus, in the midst of the invasion battle, Vargas ambushed Rogue as she was trying to rescue Gambit see X-Treme X-Men , spearing both Rogue and Gambit with his blade before escaping.

Rogue survived due to possessing both Wolverine's and Hulk's powers. Returning to the city shortly after the battle to recover his sword, Vargas was surprised in turn by Rogue dressed in Psylocke's costume Vargas having killed Psylocke earlier for sport.

After a lengthy battle, Rogue "fulfilled her destiny" by seemingly finishing Vargas off with his own weapon. Returning to Gambit, Rogue, with the help of Jean Grey , forced him from near death.

Following the repulsion of the invasion, Rogue realized that Destiny's Prophecies were only possibilities and that trying to follow them was more dangerous than ignoring them.

She also learned that she had inherited a mansion in New Orleans from Destiny, as well as a sizable fortune, and the X-Treme X-Men team retired there to recuperate.

Rogue soon left the team with Gambit, since they both emerged powerless from their ordeals and wanted to explore their relationship further.

After life on the road with Gambit, Rogue ended up living in a beach house in Valle Soleada, a town where mutants and humans coexisted peacefully.

She subsequently received a visit from Bishop and Sage and, after a series of events involving an investigation into the murder of a human girl's family, Rogue and Gambit signed up with Bishop and Sage to help Storm's X-Treme X-Men stop Sage's enemy and former boss Elias Bogan.

After the battle, Rogue asked Sage to restore Gambit's abilities, which she did. Gambit asked if the same could be done for Rogue's powers, but it was never revisited after Rogue quickly dismissed his comment.

Over time, Rogue's own abilities returned naturally. However, she no longer possessed the abilities she had absorbed from Ms.

Rogue and Gambit were both put on Havok's team and participated in various missions. Rogue then traveled down south to save a young mutant girl from her powers.

While there, she met Campbell St. Ange, a young man who was immune to Rogue's lethal touch. Also while there, Rogue forcibly absorbed knowledge from her Aunt Carrie that explained that Rogue's mother had traveled to the Far Banks, a dream-realm, to stop her father from getting there himself.

Rogue encountered the incorporeal spirit of her mother therein, and absorbed her memories. After the reunion, her mother's trapped spirit could finally move on.

Rogue subsequently went back to her Aunt Carrie and made amends with her, considering her Aunt Carrie her mother now. Rogue then returned to the X-Men and confronted the monstrous Golgotha - large space creatures with telepathic abilities that induce insanity in some by bringing forth deep fears, insecurities, and hidden thoughts.

During this ordeal, as the result of Golgotha influence, Rogue and Gambit got into a fight about the reality of their relationship when limited by Rogue's powers.

Wolverine, also under the influence of Golgotha, then revealed he has always had feelings for Rogue, and kisses her. Emma Frost tried to help the couple by providing relationship counseling, though their relationship was still problematic.

While on a trip to Japan to investigate an incriminating photo of her and Sunfire engaged in criminal activities, both Rogue and Sunfire learned that Rogue's former friend and teammate of the Brotherhood, Blindspot, has erased both their memories of the event.

In this storyline, Rogue accidentally and permanently absorbed Sunfire's fire abilities who has lost his legs to Lady Deathstrike and did not want to live.

Rogue returns to the X-Mansion only to find that Gambit was being seduced by the student called Foxx.

It is later revealed, however, that Mystique, displeased with Rogue's choice of lovers, infiltrated the Xavier Institute by shapeshifting into Foxx and joined Gambit's squad in an attempt to ruin his relationship with Rogue.

Negotiations with the police prove futile and one officer orders Logan to drop his blades; when he retracts them, he is shot in the head, the bullet stopped by his adamantium skull.

While Wolverine was unconscious, John nearly torched Bobby's house to the point where Rogue was forced to use her powers to stop him.

As Wolverine recovers, the X-Jet possessed by Storm and Jean Grey touches down on the front lawn, saving the group the trouble of getting themselves out of their predicament.

Once everyone is on the jet, they take off but are targeted by two Air Force F fighter jets. Storm creates giant tornadoes; however, one of the fighters shoots two missiles at the X-Jet.

Jean is able to disable one missile, but the other explodes very close to their jet. They take damage and Rogue is sucked out, only to be saved moments later by Nightcrawler.

The plane is about to crash when Magneto repairs the hole in their ship and stops them just above the ground. At the camp, she was among Pyro, Iceman, and Nightcrawler while the rest were having a meeting.

She asked Nightcrawler if he knew what they were talking about. He replied by saying he could get a closer look and teleported up in the trees above them.

When Pyro decides to head into the Weapon X facility, Rogue tells him that they were told to stay put, Pyro responds by asking if she always does what she's told, before leaving the jet.

After being subjected to some serious pain caused by Xavier's mental powers and realizing the dam was about to break and kill them all, Iceman and Rogue decide that they should probably get the X-Jet closer and help everyone make a safe escape.

Despite this, Iceman and Rogue successfully get everyone on board. After everyone gets on the X-Jet, Storm calms the frightened Rogue down, telling her it's okay and can let go of the controls.

Rogue then asks if any of them had seen John, which Jean Grey states that he is with Magneto. Rogue is present at the White House alongside the rest of the X-Men to confront the President about recent happenings.

She places documents retrieved from Stryker's office under Professor Xavier's command. Rogue is now part of the X-Men, a full-fledged member of the group, and is seen in the Danger Room with the rest of the X-Men.

Some of the X-Men and the students are fighting in some apocalyptic battle. Enemy fire blasts buildings around them and everything's in flames.

The students are running through the chaos, and Storm flies, avoiding getting hit. Rogue and Colossus are about to get hit by a huge flying rock, but Piotr turns to steel, touches Rogue's head to transfer his powers to her, and stands in its way, sending the rock flying at Wolverine's direction, hitting him in the head.

Logan simply heals himself and looks at his students in disappointment — the world is turning to hell, and they just pretty much sit around.

He calls them to follow him, and they run after him. Elsewhere, Iceman and Shadowcat are running around the inferno, and missile flies at their direction.

Bobby turns to it and freezes it, successfully dousing the flames and making it miss them by nothing more than a few inches.

With a satisfied smile on his face, he turns to Kitty, not realizing that another missile is about to hit them. At the last second, Kitty jumps to hug Bobby, phasing them both through the missile.

Rogue shows up just in time to see them breaking the hug, and her boyfriend looking quite pleased. His relationship with Rogue appears to be deteriorating, strained by their inability to have physical contact and by his close friendship with Kitty Pryde.

After the Danger Room session, down in the hall, Bobby asks Rogue if she's okay, and she angrily says she's fine, though she's clearly not.

He tells her it seems like she's avoiding him, and she admits what's wrong is that she can't touch her boyfriend without killing him.

He says it's not fair - he's never put any pressure on her. She answers that he's a guy and he thinks about it, before walking away from him.

Logan isn't sitting with them, as he is standing and listening from afar, a loner as always. Rogue looks at him, as Ororo continues her eulogy: "Charles was more than a leader, more than a teacher, he was a friend.

When we were afraid he gave us strength, and when we were alone he gave us a family. He may be gone, but his teachings live on through us, his students.

Ororo finishes: "Wherever we may go, we must carry on his vision, and that's a vision of a world united.

All other people present stand up, and one walks to his memorial and puts a flower on it. From her bedroom window, Rogue watches as Iceman and Shadowcat skate together.

Frustrated with her inability to touch her boyfriend, Rogue packs a bag and walks out of her room. On her way out, she is found by Logan, who asks her if she needs a lift.

She says no, and he asks her where she's going. He tells her he does, and she goes on to explain she wants to be able to touch people, to feel a hug, a handshake — a kiss.

Rogue wants to save their relationship by taking the cure so that they could physically touch. Logan says he hopes she's not doing it for some boy, and she remains silent, not sure what to say.

He tells her if she wants to go, she can go — as long as she's sure it's what she wants. Puzzled, Rogue asks if he's not supposed to tell her to go upstairs and unpack, but he explains that he's not her father — he's her friend.

He tells Rogue to think about what he said, and she corrects him that her name is Marie. He walks away, and she continues on her way out.

Later, after the X-Men defeat the Brotherhood on Alcatraz Island, everything was said and done and all the kids were back at the school except for John , with Rogue waiting in a room.

Inside the mansion, Bobby walks to find his girlfriend, Marie, sitting in his room. She gets up and apologizes — but she had to do it, revealing Rogue had taken a dose of the cure before it was destroyed.

He tells her this isn't what he wanted, and she says she knows — it's what she wanted. For the first time, she takes his hand in hers, not having to worry about what might happen, and smiles.

She is eventually rescued by Magneto and Iceman who find her in the Cerebro chamber, kept there because it was the only place that Professor Xavier's powers could not penetrate.

She escaped with Magneto screaming Bobby's name as he sacrificed himself to get her to safety and was incinerated by a Sentinel. She is taken to their hideout in China where she absorbs Kitty's power and takes over her role of holding Wolverine in the past since she had been injured during Wolverine's outburst.

In the revised timeline, as Logan wakes up after traveling back from the past and stopping the Sentinel program, Rogue is last seen at the X-Mansion, walking out of her room to meet Bobby.

They hold hands, then both look and smile at Logan, who is watching on, before walking off.

In , Charles Xavier developed Alzheimer's and suffer a massive seizure that injured people, and killed 7 mutants, including several members of the X-Men.

It is unknown if Rogue was among those who were either killed or injured. Rogue was afraid and distraught by her powers first manifesting as it happened to be during her first kiss.

This made her current boyfriend end up in a coma. Rogue saw this as a curse and avoided touching anyone until she was stabbed by Wolverine.

She is very sensitive whenever someone hurts her feelings. Also, she is very jealous whenever Iceman is near another girl.

Rogue formed a relationship with Wolverine as a father-figure and friend who helped her during joining Xavier's school. Rogue also formed a relationship with Iceman which became strained due to her powers.

Lack of Control - Rogue is unable to fully control this power, as her life-force absorbing powers are constantly active, which is why she covers every part of her body, except her head.

Power Dependency - Rogue has shown she can't absorb all the powers of certain mutants. This was evident when she didn't absorb Wolverine's ability to generate claws because his skeletal system was infused with adamantium.

Control Over Absorbed Powers - Even though she can absorb other mutants' powers, the control of certain powers varies. However in X-Men: Days of Future Past , Rogue visibly struggles with Shadowcat 's power of chronoskimming, as she is visibly crying when trying to keep a hold of Wolverine's mind during the final battle against the Sentinels.

The X-Men voted and Mystique was allowed to be a probationary member of the X-Men, a decision neither Rogue nor Gambit were happy with.

In the events that followed M-Day , the mutant Apocalypse was reawakened. Gambit, seeking redemption from Rogue and his fellow X-Men, volunteered to be transformed into his horseman , Death.

Gambit believed he could control whatever Apocalypse would do to him, in hopes of only gaining more power to protect Rogue and the X-Men from the villain.

After Apocalypse's defeat, Sunfire who was granted new legs and transformed into the horseman Famine and Gambit left the X-Men. As Professor Xavier went into space with Havok and several other X-Men to go after the villain Vulcan , Cyclops gave Rogue the authority to form her own team, complimenting her inspired improvisation in battle situations.

She was hesitant at first because of Gambit's recent disappearance with Sunfire, but accepted the position, saying that when he comes back she'd still be at the school.

Mystique seemingly tried to repair her relationship with Rogue, but was rebuffed. Rogue's team defeated the group known as the Children of the Vault.

Afterward, Rogue declared that her team would leave the X-Mansion. Rogue was hospitalized after a battle with Pandemic.

Cable , desiring Rogue's help in defeating the Hecatomb, forced Rogue awake. Pandemic infected Rogue with a virus, Strain 88, altering her powers by amplifying them into an instantaneous death-touch.

In defeating Hecatomb, Rogue absorbed psyches of eight billion entities that had been stored inside it. The team moved to Rogue's hometown of Caldecott for Rogue to recover.

As Cyclops and Emma Frost arrived to help Rogue cope with the immensity of the voices in her mind, Marauders arrived, seeking the Destiny diaries.

As part of the attack, it was revealed that Mystique was working with the Marauders and for Mister Sinister. Mystique shot Rogue and took her back to Mr.

Sinister's base, who only kept Rogue alive because she held all the information of Destiny's Diaries within her mind. Sinister again, was protective of Rogue and accused Mystique of being too careless in how she captured her.

Gambit was shown standing over Rogue trying to get her to wake up after she had fallen into a trance overcome by the minds she absorbed , and expressed his apologies for what he had done before rejoining Sinister.

Rogue had flashes of memories, both of she and Gambit during the time that they had known each other, and of the millions of minds she absorbed, while in her coma-like state before she briefly woke up and recognized Gambit.

She told him she had a nightmare, before spouting incoherent words and mysterious coordinates. The X-Men attacked the Marauders' Antarctic base in order to rescue Rogue and the mysterious mutant baby who was at the center of Messiah Complex.

However the baby eventually took precedence and the X-Men did not recover or even see Rogue. Mister Sinister, now in possession of the mutant baby, relocated the Marauders to Muir Island.

While standing by Rogue's bedside, Mystique was visited by Mister Sinister who told her that there will be no cure for Rogue and she will eventually die.

Without warning, Mystique ambushed Sinister and shoved his face onto Rogue's. The instant contact seemingly killed Sinister.

Mystique, in keeping with the words of the Destiny Diaries, placed the baby's face in direct contact with Rogue's, with the understanding that Rogue would awaken from her comatose state.

The baby was not affected by Rogue's power, and Rogue awakens shortly after. Realizing what Mystique had done at the risk of killing the baby, Rogue said she's tired of people's lives being destroyed by Mystique and grabbed Mystique's face barehanded, fully absorbing her powers and consciousness and incapacitating her.

However, she immediately regrets her action when she realizes that the baby had deleted all the consciousnesses she had previously absorbed, along with Strain 88, so that now Mystique was the only one in her head.

She said she needed to be alone and told Gambit not to follow her. Rogue takes some time out from the X-Men and travels around the Australian outback on a motorcycle.

Once there, she has a conversation with Mystique a part of Rogue's psyche , telling her that no one else can help her with her powers and that it was down to her to figure out how to control them.

One day, a woman appears in town claiming to be an anthropologist from Melbourne University. Rogue made it clear she could stay as long as she wants, but to keep out of her way.

The anthropologist approached Rogue with questions about some of the items she found in the ghost town. Rogue said she does not know anything about these and to leave her alone.

The anthropologist follows Rogue and eventually confesses that she has a different identity. The anthropologist was then targeted by a low flying Shi'ar spaceship and revealed that she was actually Danger in disguise.

She informs Rogue she planned to get revenge on Professor Xavier by using her as a conduit. She was finally cornered by the Marauders, and refused to let Mystique's psyche take control of Rogue's body and save her as the fake Marauder Scalphunter shot at her.

Mystique then forcibly took over Rogue's body to save her and fought off the Marauders, then returned control of Rogue's body to her.

Rogue then wandered to the fake Tokyo Tower and tried to find the Institute, deducing that the projections around her were changing at ten-minute intervals, altering the environment around her.

However, Rogue did not get far as she ended up in Antarctica, witnessing the moment she abandoned Gambit after his trial.

She regretted her decisions there, telling Mystique that she really had not moved on. It was at that point that Cody Robbins appeared before Rogue, repeating his greeting from the night her powers manifested.

Rogue just stared at him in shock. Eventually, the Professor, Gambit, and a group of Shi'ar pirates managed to shut down Danger.

The pirates, in turn, attacked the Professor as their intent was to kidnap him and Danger for bounty. In the meantime, Rogue enters the scene and attacks the pirates, but is defeated.

However, the Professor reactivates Danger and she defeats the pirates in turn. After this, it was revealed that Rogue's powers never truly developed past their initial "nascent" stage, which was the reason why her powers never functioned properly.

The Professor, now aware of this fact, used his telepathy to tear down the mental walls that kept Rogue's powers from developing the walls were created as a side effect every time she absorbed other people starting with Cody, and even more so with Ms.

Marvel , and removed the persistent mental echo of Mystique. Finally, Rogue kissed Gambit, with no ill side effect, revealing that she was finally in control of her absorption power.

On their way there they are intercepted by Pixie who teleports them into the city, which is in a state of chaos due to the anti-mutant and pro-mutant movements.

Cyclops admonishes Rogue for her disappearance and sends all three out in order to locate several missing students and bring them home.

During their mission Rogue faces off against the new Ms. Marvel ; finding that she cannot touch her opponent, Rogue resorts to a trick and flees the site.

Later on she joins Gambit, who has been injured by Ares , along with Danger. Ares does not take her seriously and dismisses her both as an opponent and her attempts to calm things down.

This results in Rogue grabbing Ares and absorbing his powers. Ares is dismissive of her attempt and claims that she cannot absorb him, a boast that proves wrong as she weakens him enough for Gambit to blast him, leaving him bloody and stunned.

Having for the moment absorbed some of Ares' power, she easily dispatches a small group of H. Rogue finds Trance as her powers are flaring out of control creating powerful uncontrollable bio-electric blasts.

Rogue tries to help calm Trance and help her gain control when Ms. Marvel appears to fight against Rogue. After taking out Gambit and Danger, Rogue and Ms.

Marvel fight; Rogue is losing until Trance regains control and jumps in to help Rogue. Trance learns that her astral form is able to punch Ms.

Marvel when they are both intangible. After Gambit stuns Ms. Marvel, they teleport back to base where Trance receives medical attention.

As Utopia has become a safe haven for mutants, the entire population were on high alert following an attack on the X-Men by Emplate , who feeds on mutant bone marrow for sustenance.

The X-Men instruct everyone to stay close to each other and report anything out of the ordinary. Bling goes to check out an old amphitheatre on her own when Emplate captures her to use as a food source.

Unable to enter Emplate's cross-dimensional base, Rogue absorbs Trance's astral projection ability to enter the dimension and save Bling.

As she investigates his lighthouse home for clues to Bling's whereabouts, Rogue was attacked by psychoplasmic ghosts.

After fighting them off, she rescues Bling from Emplate. Rogue also protects the students during an attack by a Predator X herd by absorbing the powers of multiple students.

In an attempt to finally achieve godhood, Selene along with her servant Eli Bard , resurrected many of the X-Men's greatest deceased allies and villains under her control.

Among the resurrected is Rogue's foster mother, Destiny, who attempts to contact Rogue but instead contacts Blindfold.

When she makes contact, he leaves her to possess the body of Blindfold, so he can trick her into convincing a team of X-Men to go to Muir Island, where he hopes to kill them.

She stated that Reynolds was immune to the ill effects of her power, and that a time in her past when she could touch no one else, she had at least one intimate encounter with him.

During the event in which Cable and Hope return to the present timeline, Rogue is able to sense Hope's presence, like Destiny prophesied, although neither she nor Emma Frost can explain it.

After a short confrontation with some of Bastion 's men, the X-Men and Cable decide for a diversionary tactic.

Cable, along with some of the X-Men, stays behind since it was him they were tracking , while Rogue, Nightcrawler, and Hope leave so that their enemies do not capture Hope.

For a while their tactic works, leaving Cable, along with some of the X-Men, to fend off Bastion's troops. This, however, exerts him to such a degree that he has to rest for a moment; they are soon confronted by Bastion himself.

Seeing no alternative, Rogue attacks him hoping to buy enough time for Kurt and Hope to flee, but Bastion is able to hit Kurt with an energy blast that knocks him out.

Channeling Colossus's strength, further enhancing it with Betsy's telekinesis and using the individual claw sets of Logan and X along with their healing factors, Rogue is able to inflict massive damage to Bastion.

However, Bastion is able to repair himself and overpower Rogue with an energy discharge which briefly incapacitates her.

Unable to do anything, she watches with horror as Bastion fatally impales Kurt with his arm. Rogue is appointed Hope's protector while on Utopia and allows her to participate in the final battle, where Hope eventually destroys Bastion.

Her actions and choices put Hope in danger and ultimately results in Cyclops suspending Rogue from active duty. She, however, remain as Hope's protector and accompanies her to Alaska in search of her real family.

Rogue, along with Magneto, Alani Ryan, and Anole , accompany Indra to India: Indra because his wealthy parents informed him of his brother being ill; Magneto because he wanted to investigate strange anomalies in electromagnetic fields over Mumbai.

They are attacked by giant Servidores who are chasing Luz, [76] a young woman who claims to be mutant, but later turns out to be from Quitado, an alien city populated by lab-created super-humans.

Rogue is sentenced for execution as the city's occupants have a particular anger towards her as she had fought against them and killed many when they tried to wipe out all inhabitants of the earth whom they consider as pests.

In the meantime, Luz's trick results in the alien city crash landing in Mumbai, which gives Rogue time to knock out her would-have-been executioner.

After the events of the " Age of X " storyline, Rogue decides not to wipe her memories. Gambit admits the extent of his feelings for her, but is also frustrated by her indecisiveness.

He tells her that it is better they are apart until she decides to be with him for good and that he would be waiting for her when she is ready.

After Rogue confronts Magneto about his past, she spends a night with him, promising nothing else.

The final battle with Legion's personality Styx results in Rogue temporarily absorbing many of Legion's powers, which led her to finding the location of Havok, Polaris, and Marvel Girl; the mutants that were left in space after the X-Men's mission to stop Vulcan.

After the events of " Schism ", Rogue chooses to be on Wolverine's team, noting to Cyclops that he has reached a point where his previous willingness to question his decisions has been replaced by an inability to accept when he might be wrong.

Although Rogue was initially neutral in the war between the Avengers and the X-Men , when the Jean Grey School was surrounded by She-Hulk , Moon Knight , and Falcon to stop other X-Men from joining Cyclops' team, Rogue was forced into action when some students attacked She-Hulk, [83] declaring her allegiance to Cyclops after Iron Man sent a remote-controlled armor to attack the school.

Marvel in a portion of Limbo that she had brought to Earth. Rogue attends Xavier's funeral alongside Wolverine. Later, after seeing the Scarlet Witch placing flowers on Xavier's grave, Rogue confronts her and orders her to leave, blaming her for his death; the two begin a verbal conflict that results in Rogue punching her in the face, though the Scarlet Witch refuses to fight back.

Rogue intends to absorb her powers, but it fails. They are then attacked by five mysterious assailants. During this conflict, the Scarlet Witch is impaled while defending Rogue, and the two are both seemingly defeated.

It is later revealed that the instigator behind the attack on Rogue and Scarlet Witch was the Red Skull , who has since fused his and Xavier's brains to give him access to his tremendous mental powers.

The team makes their debut as the Avengers Unity Squad which also contains Sunfire , Wasp , and Wonder Man as the team's latest recruits during a press conference that debuts them.

The press conference is then crashed by a resurrected Grim Reaper who attacks the Avengers Unity Squad while claiming that he is now unable to die.

During the fight, Rogue absorbs some of Wonder Man's powers and seemingly punches Grim Reaper harder than normal which apparently kills the Grim Reaper again.

She was later seen fighting alongside Captain America with the Avengers A. Rogue absorbs Wolverine's powers and is told to stop the Scarlet Witch, who is seemingly helping the Apocalypse Twins, but in reality, she plans to use her powers to bring as many of Earth's heroes as she possibly can to defeat the Twins.

Rogue is then killed by the recently re-resurrected Grim Reaper, who had been revived once again by the Apocalypse Twins to be one of their four horsemen of death.

Rogue also finally made peace with Wanda and forgave her. The Scarlet Witch cast a spell to return those powers to their owners, although Rogue still retained the powers and the very essence she absorbed from Wonder Man.

In , Marvel revealed a new comic book simply named X-Men. In the aftermath, the Unity Division was reformed with Rogue as leader of the team.

Following the Incursions, Rogue remains as the field leader of the Avengers Unity Squad, although she accepts Steve Rogers' official oversight and recommendations for membership, such as Deadpool.

She is also depicted as suffering side-effects from the mass terrigenesis, requiring regular injections to stop herself becoming ill or dying.

Rogue and Johnny Storm incinerate the brain, rebelling against the orders of the Hydra Captain America.

Absorbing Deadpool results in the return of Wonder Man whom she had previously absorbed. Their mission, as an estranged couple requiring relationship therapy, was to investigate the disappearance of mutants.

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