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Offline VoluptuousVixenTopic starter

An X-men Game set loosely after the events of the second death of Jean Grey. The mansion was destroyed and Magneto seemingly executed by Wolverine in revenge for taking Phoenix's life. Scott Summers and his brothers and sisters of the Atom rebuild the school in hopes of starting again and as such keeping Charles Xaivers dream alive and well.


Cyclops, wardenIce
Emma Frost, Curvykitten
Wolverine, Matthewman
Storm, loislanekent
Colossus, Bluenova
Rogue,     Tamarose
Gambit,    Wander
Nightcralwer, TheVillian
Shadowcat, loislanekent
Domino, PumpkinSeeds
ArchAngel,  Sasquatch
Iceman, Batman
Forge, Archer CC

X-23, CurvyKitten
Mercury, Angeroo


Black Queen/Selene, Buddy
Juggernaut,  Deadmanshand
Toad, Jagerin
Pryo, Jagerin


The Only characters who are NPC are Professor Charles Xavier, Phoenix/Jean Grey and Apocalypse.
« Last Edit: October 15, 2014, 03:38:22 PM by loislanekent »

Offline Blue Nova

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2014, 12:19:07 AM »
I would be interested in playing this, do we each select characters from the team? If so I think I would call Beast, personally. If there are not enough people we could also just turn it into a O/O. But if I can find some others that would be interested I'll see who they would want to play.

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Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2014, 02:30:09 AM »

Omg I could actually do Selene. I was playing her in Veluux's game, and though I didn't/don't know the lore well, I was able to research her and I seemed to be able to pull her off ok?

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Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2014, 08:24:26 AM »
Interesting, lemme think about it...

Offline wander

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« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2014, 04:30:09 PM »
I'd sure like to play... I'm erring towards Nightcrawler or Gambit, but I'll see how things go.

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« Reply #5 on: October 10, 2014, 09:37:54 PM »
I've always wanted to play Juggernaut.

Offline VoluptuousVixenTopic starter

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2014, 07:17:44 AM »
Yup, keep these suggestions rolling in folks.

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« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2014, 09:11:21 PM »
I might be up for Cyclops

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« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2014, 11:52:11 AM »
I'll be going with Gambit, a little later I'll try and get up a profile for him :)

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Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #9 on: October 12, 2014, 12:17:23 PM »
oooooOoOoO... you want us to put up profiles darlin'?

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« Reply #10 on: October 12, 2014, 12:29:34 PM »
Yess please if you wouldn't mind.

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« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2014, 12:48:38 PM »
Yess please if you wouldn't mind.

I'll work on one then! It might take me awhile, as I'll need to research the 'time period' that you're looking at, and stuffz.

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« Reply #12 on: October 12, 2014, 01:48:05 PM »
I will get a post up for Rogue as soon as possible.

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« Reply #13 on: October 12, 2014, 02:36:25 PM »
Ahhh... I lost my post! I spent ages doing Gambit's profile... :(

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« Reply #14 on: October 12, 2014, 02:56:16 PM »
Ahhh... I lost my post! I spent ages doing Gambit's profile... :(

This is why I type everything in a notepad before putting it in on the web-page.

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Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2014, 03:21:23 PM »
Sits silently looking through Angel pics.... Man finding ones with that old a uniform is tough! The only one I've found so far is the old cover of him with the little girl in his arms above the protesters. It's an awesome pic, but I don't know if I can use it due to the really young girl he is saving...

Edit: Nevermind I found one! It's an X-Men First Class style, but the closest thing I could find... Everything else is his old dark blue and white uniform...
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Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2014, 04:08:55 PM »
peeks~  looks interesting though I am not sure who I would play just yet. Looking over Scarlet witch, Domino, and Emma frost as interesting possibilities. Though I do have a question, will the mutants be divided still as the game starts, like will Wanda still be a part of the brotherhood? And if so are we expected to have them simply join the newly forming group to fight the Sentinel's?

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« Reply #17 on: October 12, 2014, 04:20:10 PM »
When I have time tomorrow, I'll redo Gambit's profile once more... I am for sure still playing! :)

Offline VoluptuousVixenTopic starter

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #18 on: October 12, 2014, 05:39:57 PM »
To answer youre Question Curvy Kitten Charles Xavier will be leaving his school to someone you least expect and as a result this will be an easy way for all the characters to cross over and join the Team.
Humanity is against them and as such they will need to act fast.

 Scarlet Witch is still with her farther but she is at that point ready to jump ship and ultimately join the Avengers, However she may convince her brother to join Xaviers instead and try to settle old fueds with the X-kids.

Domino is up to you but I presumed she would have been on the run.

Emma Frost spent a good portion of her teen years in a Aslyum, all she needs is alittel help to break out.

Any of the three would be great in the game.

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« Reply #19 on: October 12, 2014, 05:58:34 PM »
I'd be interested in Domino if she's not already taken.

Offline TamaRose

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« Reply #20 on: October 12, 2014, 10:21:25 PM »
Character Name: Anna Marie Raven

Code Name: Rogue

Face Claim: Sofia Vergara

Sex: Female

Height: 5' 8"

Weight: 120

Hair: Brown with a white streak

Eyes: Green

Age: 23


Sexual Orientation: Bisexual

Current Occupation: X-Men

Current Place of Residence: New York

Affiliations: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, X-Men, Avengers Unity Divinity, Salvagers, Lights, Advocates Squad, X-Treme, X.S.E.

Abilities: Rogue has displayed acrobatic skills she apparently learned from Gambit while they both recovered from fighting Vargas. Rogue can also speak fluent French, and while on an alien world, proved to be an excellent swordsman, having been taught by her brother Nightcrawler. Rogue's skills also depend on who she has recently absorbed. Rogue could formerly draw upon the combat and espionage training of Carol Danvers by granting control of her body to her alternate personality, a duplicate of Danvers'.

Strength level: Thanks to absorbing Wonder Man's powers, Rogue can now lift well over 100 tons.

Powers: Power Absorption: Rogue can absorb the powers, energies, memories, knowledge, talents, personality and physical abilities (whether superhuman or not) of another human being (or members of some sentient alien races) through physical contact of her skin with the skin of the other person. She is not limited to absorbing superhuman abilities: for example, she has absorbed the strength, agility, and sharp reflexes of an enhanced human. She can also absorb psionic abilities. In absorbing another persons memories Rogue also gains the emotional responses connected to them. For the transfer of abilities to be accomplished, Rogue’s skin must contact the skin of her victim. Rogue can only absorb abilities and memories from living organic beings. She can possess the powers of several superhuman persons at once. No upper limit has yet been determined for the number of superhuman beings whose power she can maintain simultaneously, or for the amount of power that she can absorb. Rogue can even absorb gross physical characteristics from a victim. Her physical appearance does not change when she absorbs abilities and memories from a normal looking human being. The victim's abilities and memories are absorbed for a time sixty times longer than the period of time Rogue was in physical contact with that person. Those touched are rendered unconscious by contact with her, though some beings, including Juggernaut and Mojo have resisted this effect. While for most of her life, her use of this power was involuntary, Rogue has recently gained full control over it.

This transfer is usually temporary, lasting for a period of time relative to how long contact is maintained, but the transfer may become permanent in certain cases. For example, she absorbed Ms. Marvel's powers permanently due to unknown reasons (Ms. Marvel's strange mix of human and Kree DNA may have had something to do with it) and she absorbed Sunfire's powers permanently when she absorbed the last of his life force by accident. Most often the process happens instantly when Rogue touches someone, but in certain instances where a being has possessed an extraordinary level of power they are able to resist her, and she may only share part of their memories and power.

Her power is proved to be lethal. Mutants are proved to be stronger than humans because mutants have mutated genetics, which means that her power does less lethal effects for most mutants than humans. Her flirt, Cody Robbins, was in coma state for 3 weeks with just a brief touch. If she had touched Cody a bit longer, he had been already dead. It proves that if she touches her victim too long, she may kill her victim because of too much loss of energies due to the absorption, except if she voluntarily kills her victim with her deadly touch. Although mutants are stronger than humans, she can still voluntarily kill mutants with her deadly touch as she wishes. Although currently her power absorption power is much more controllable as she activates it by her own will because of her contact with Hope Summers, she can still make her touch lethal for her enemies but not lethal to her friends and/or allies.

As Rogue is absorbing the total psyche of a person, there is a risk of a personality overwhelming her and taking control of her body, including Spiral and Mr. Sinister who both proved to be the dominant personality. It has also been shown that even though Rogue forgets the memories she has absorbed when a psyche returns to its body, 'echoes' of their personalities remain buried in her mind.

Rogue is able to absorb psyches and abilities of several beings at once, though the experience can be confusing and disorienting for her.

Robotic beings are mostly immune to her power. Depending on the amount of organics left, she can usually affect cyborgs. She seems able to affect techno-organic beings. Powerful enough beings can withstand her touch and attempt to impose their own will on her or cause a feedback loop.

Although she is capable of absorbing his powers, Colossus in metal form was able to make physical contact with her with no ill effects in one issue. However, Rogue has shown the ability to absorb him while he is in metal form in various other issues.

During X-Men Legacy, her powers were greatly enhanced by Pandemonium. Her powers returned to their normal levels after the mutant baby touches her in X-Men: Messiah Complex. This also returned her mental status to normal, as the baby purged all previous templates and mental impressions from her being. It appears after the events in X-Men Legacy that Rogue is now able to voluntarily use her powers, now kissing Gambit and not hurting him or absorbing his powers. This appears to be because, before Professor Xavier helped her break them down, her power had formed many mental walls within her mind every time she used her abilities. As such her powers were crippled in their development freezing them in their nascent stage which severely limited Rogue's control. Yet when she, Gambit and Danger fought Ares in Utopia, her power absorption was still strong enough to weaken Ares some level for Gambit to give the final blow, hinting that she can finally control her lethal touch to be very deadly for enemies without hurting her friends. She later uses the much more lethal version of her powers against the Avengers during her fight with the Avengers to defend Jean Grey School from Avengers' invasion, even making Falcon and She-Hulk immediately unconscious without any negative feedback on herself (besides the green skin from She-Hulk), stealing their powers and rendering them unconscious for quite a long time as she stated herself as "so it's time to get old school".

A new twist in Rogue's powers consists of prompting her victims of her skin-to-skin contact, for a consent on the process. Rogue's victim can either resist the absorption and suffer, like originally with Rogue's powers, or instead submit to the absorption, and so the process instead becomes entirely fluent without consequences. Rogue has used this twist extensively in the Legacy series; just two examples of it are when aiding the victims of a subway collapse absorbing all rescuers' abilities in X-Men Legacy 274 (September 2012), and also when quenching a riot in a prison of mutants absorbing the existence of some mutant-volunteers in X-Men Legacy 275

More recently, Rogue now retains the powers and very essence of Wonder Man and can no longer freely touch other with her powers.

Wonder Man Powers: Rogue possesses the following abilities as a result of permanently absorbing the energy of Wonder Man into her body.

Ionic Energy Form: The tissue and bones of her entire body have now been augmented in strength and to a certain extent. She is now composed of organic matter that is permeated with this form of energy.

Superhuman Strength: Possesses vast superhuman strength, the limits of which aren't known, and she is listed above the class 100 limit. Her strength extends into her legs, as she is capable of superhuman leaps covering several hundred feet.

Superhuman Speed: She can run and move at speeds that are beyond the physical limits of the finest human athlete.

Superhuman Stamina: Her ion body grants him unlimited stamina and is therefore immune to fatigue.

Superhuman Durability: Her bodily tissues are much harder and far more resistant to physical injury than the bodily tissues of a normal human. Rogue is highly resistant to penetration wounds, even from high caliber machine gun shells. She can also withstand tremendous impact forces, such as falling from great heights or being repeatedly struck by superhumanly strong opponents, without being hurt. She is also resistant to extremes in temperature.

Superhuman Agility: Her agility, balance, and bodily coordination are all enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of even the finest human athlete.

Superhuman Reflexes: Rogue reflexes are similarly enhanced and are superior to those of the finest human athlete.

Superhuman Hearing: Her hearing has been enhanced to a superhuman degree.

Energy Vision: Rogue can see beyond the usual spectrum visible to the human eye.

Flight: Rogue is now able to fly through the air at great speeds, the exact limit of which isn't known. She can fly at speeds in excess of 700 mph.

Immortality: Rogue is functionally immortal. Because of the ionic energy that empowers her, she no longer ages and is immune to disease and infection. This same energy sustains Rogue's physical vitality far more efficiently than the biochemical process that sustain ordinary human life. As a result, she no longer requires food, water, or oxygen.

Unusual Features: White streak in hair

Personality: Sassy, strong willed, wild, fun, gritty, kick-ass, and real!

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Early Years

Rogue's parents, Owen and Priscilla, married early in their relationship and lived in a back-to-nature hippie commune in Caldecott County, Mississippi. Born as Anna Marie, she also enjoyed the attentions of her Aunt Carrie on her mother's side. The commune's failed attempt to use Native American mysticism to reach the Far Banks resulted in Priscilla's disappearance. Carrie took over Anna's care and, in her grief at the loss of her sister, was a strict and authoritarian guardian. Anna Marie was a rebellious child and her equally poor relationship with her father prompted her to run away from home as a young teenager.

This also prompted the nickname "Rogue".

At some point, Rogue grew close to a boy named Cody Robbins. During their flirtation, Rogue impulsively kissed Cody, at which point her latent mutant power to absorb the life energy and psyche of others with skin-to-skin contact emerged. Cody was left in a coma from which he would not awaken. Rogue was traumatized by the experience and she wore body-concealing clothing that eliminated the possibility of accidental skin contact. Rogue was not able to control her absorption power at first; any skin-to-skin contact activated it, and she sometimes retained residual memories of the people she touched. Rogue wished she did not have to cover up so much around folks, to protect them from her.

Brotherhood of Evil Mutants

Not long after, Rogue was approached by Mystique, who sought her out on the advice of her precognitive partner, Destiny. Mystique ultimately took Rogue in as a daughter. In time Mystique turned Rogue's loneliness, envy, bitterness, and despair into anger, thus recruiting her into the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

Rogue fought alongside the Brotherhood against many superheroes, including the X-Men, ROM, Dazzler, and the Avengers and was a devastating enemy to them all. For her first mission, Rogue encountered the super heroine, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers). Rogue and Ms. Marvel fought and, through prolonged contact during which Ms. Marvel fought valiantly to retain her consciousness, Rogue absorbed Ms. Marvel's alien-based powers and memories permanently. Rogue gained Ms. Marvel's incredible strength, near-invulnerability, the power of flight, and a rarely-used mild form of ESP referred to as a "seventh sense" (though this last ability has been largely forgotten).

After absorbing Ms. Marvel, Rogue was ordered to defeat the Avengers and attacked them at their mansion headquarters. Rogue was able to absorb Captain America and Thor, but was forced to retreat. After regrouping with the Brotherhood, Rogue and the Brotherhood attacked Ryker's Island, to release Destiny, but the Avengers defeated them, only Rogue and Mystique escaped.

Rogue battles Dazzler

Next, Rogue and Mystique were seen at the Pentagon, where they battled Storm, Wolverine, and Carol. Rogue was able to absorb Wolverine and Storm's powers, but Storm sent Rogue out of the Pentagon with a cyclone. Later, Rogue and Mystique liberated the Brotherhood from Windust Prison and battled ROM. During the battle, the Brotherhood was again captured, and only Rogue, Mystique, and Destiny escaped. Renaming themselves the Sisterhood of Evil Mutants, Rogue, Mystique, and Destiny sought revenge on the X-Men and decided that Angel would be an appropriate source of information. When the trio attacked Angel, Dazzler defeated the them. Rogue vowed revenge on Dazzler, becoming increasingly jealous of her popular and attractive lifestyle. Going against Mystique, Rogue attacked Dazzler, but the Heroes for Hire drove her off. After Dazzler's sister, Lois London, killed a homeless man in self-defense, Dazzler and her sister fled New York and Rogue attacked them, while on a bus. The sisters were able to escape and Rogue returned to Mystique. Rogue began to train constantly to defeat Dazzler.

After having absorbed Ms. Marvel's life-force and gaining her personality and powers permanently, Rogue began to go through a life-changing period. Rogue was now "remembering" the comparatively more-normal childhood that Carol Danvers had lived and seeing the wrong-doings of Mystique and her team for what they were. Rogue was also feeling as though she was losing her own personality in the mix of residual memories, sometimes entirely succumbing to the Carol personality. Rogue began to dislike the life she was leading more and more, but feared losing herself forever in the absorbed memories of others.


Desperate, Rogue turned to Professor Charles Xavier and the X-Men, where Binary attacked her on sight. Professor Xavier's charity towards all mutants led him to welcome her into his School for Gifted Youngsters, regardless of his team having previously fought Rogue, and in spite of the X-Men's own strong disagreements. Professor X psychically examined Rogue and invited her to join the X-Men and live at the mansion, with the team even threatening to leave if she was allowed to stay. Professor Xavier reminded them of their ideals as X-Men and they gave her a chance. Rogue was an adult and required no tutoring from Professor X, but trained in the use of their powers, in the Danger Room.

With the X-Men, Rogue traveled to Japan to attend the wedding of their team member Wolverine. At first, enraged at seeing Rogue had joined the X-Men, she earned his trust by saving the life of his fiancé while Viper and Silver Samurai poisoned the X-Men and battled him. Over time, Rogue eventually earned the respect of all the X-Men and became a valued, trusted member of the team. After a quick battle with Mastermind, Mystique attempted to “rescue” Rogue from the X-Men, thinking Prof. Xavier forced her leave the Brotherhood, only to have Rogue tell her that she joined of her own freewill.

After finding out that Michael Rossi was in danger, Carol's residual personality took over and Rogue attacked a S.H.I.E.L.D helicarrier which prompted Nick Fury to send out an all points bulletin on her. In an attempt to take Rogue down, Henry Gyrich and Valerie Cooper had Forge create a neutralizing gun, and while Gyrich fired at Rogue, Storm was hit with the gun on maximum setting. As a result, Storm was stripped of all her powers.

The X-Men battled the Juggernaut and Nimrod. Rogue absorbed the powers of most of her teammates to defeat Nimrod.

Dazzler joined the X-Men and fought Juggernaut by herself and was defeated. Rogue led her small team of X-Men to rescue Dazzler and defeat Juggernaut. Rogue was forced to confront and cooperate with Dazzler, a one-time adversary who she attempted to kill.

After returning to New York, Storm decided that, in order to safeguard their friends and families from their many enemies, the X-Men must fake their deaths and become an underground proactive strike force.

Rogue was approached by Mystique and informed that Destiny had foreseen that the X-Men would die in Dallas. Tracking Storm, the X-Men arrived at Forge's Eagle Plaza, in Dallas, Texas, where they were attacked by the Freedom Force and Rogue was captured. After the initial battle, a rift opened in the sky of Dallas and a chaos ensued of different weather patterns right next to each other and beings and creatures from the past appearing and attacking. The X-Men and Freedom Force formed a temporary alliance with each other to save the citizens of Dallas until Colossus decided to enter Eagle Plaza. After gaining access into the Starlight Citadel, the X-Men battled the Adversary and, after Rogue absorbed his power and opened a portal to seal him in, gave their lives to imprison the Adversary, with a spell cast by Forge. However, the Omniversal Guardian, named Roma, restored the X-Men to life and freed the Adversary under the notion that there could be no order without chaos. The events had been broadcast over a live television news feed and the world believed the heroes to be dead. After being resurrected, the X-Men decided to use the opportunity to go underground and keep their rebirth secret.

The X-Men resurfaced in Australia, where they defeated the Reavers. They claimed their base and teleporter, Gateway, a mute, mutant aborigine with the ability to create gates with his bull roarer. Roma appeared and presented them with the Siege Perilous, a gem that created a portal which granted any person who walked through it judgment and a new chance at life, with a new career, home, and so forth and had magically made them invisible to any sort of mechanical perception.

After Maddie went missing, the X-Men battled the Press Gang and Genoshan Magistrates, where Rogue and Wolverine were captured and taken to Genosha. While in captivity, Rogue and Wolverine were stripped of their powers by Wipeout and contained where the guards "took a few liberties" with Rogue. Embarrassed, Rogue allowed the Carol Danvers personality to take-over and escape, rescuing Wolverine. Rogue, still under Danvers influence, and Wolverine, followed Phillip Moreau to the Mutates' camp, until they were attacked and the X-Men arrived to rescue them.

At times when Rogue would become unconscious, or in extreme stress, Danvers' personality would take-over. Rogue and Dazzler formed a tepid friendship, which was tested several times as Rogue envied Dazzler's relationship with teammate Longshot. Rogue even dressed and posed as Dazzler to court the man's attention.

Rogue was taken-back to the guards of Genosha molesting her and she began to shut-out the Carol personality completely. After destroying her room, because the Carol personality remodeled, Dazzler recommended that the women of the X-Men had a social event. The X-Women went to a mall in Beverly Hills and, after they indulged in a day of shopping and frivolity, rescued Jubilee from the M-Squad.

After the Carol personality visited the Wall and her old apartment, Rogue reasserted herself just-in-time to battle Master Mold and Nimrod, while wearing Carol's old Ms. Marvel uniform. While battling, Master Mold absorbed Nimrod, killed Senator Kelly's wife, and continued to reconstruct all of the X-Men's damage. Dazzler threw the Siege Perilous at the Master Mold's decapitated head and Rogue sacrificed herself, to ensure the Sentinel would go through, and disappeared.

Rogue was stripped of her powers for a time, as well as the remaining portions of Carol's personality that had haunted her. Rogue ended up powerless in the Savage Land, where she was taken in by Magneto. The two briefly toyed with a romance. Rogue ultimately saw through Magneto's noble facade when he killed the high priestess Zaladane, who had amassed an army of Savage Land natives. Rogue's perception of her potential lover shaken, she returned to the X-Mansion. When Rogue regained her powers, she fully returned to the X-Men.

While she was gone, a new member had joined the X-Men. Rogue and Gambit were immediately attracted to each other and quickly fell in love. Rogue and Gambit's relationship was often been strained, much thanks to her inability to control her absorption power and his dishonesty. Incidentally, Cody Robbins, the first person to fall victim to Rogue's powers, was later killed by Gambit's ex-wife Bella Donna.

It was eventually discovered that Mystique had two sons: the now-deceased anti-mutant politician Graydon Creed and Rogue's long-time teammate, Nightcrawler. Rogue and Nightcrawler consider themselves to be siblings, although the revelation has not particularly altered their friendship.

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 telepathic alien shapeshifter 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.

During an invasion of aliens from another dimension, Rogue begged Sage to use her jump-starting powers to evolve Rogue to a point where she could control all of the various powers inside of her. Sage agreed, and Rogue became a one-woman army, able to use the powers of anyone she had absorbed in the past, exhibiting a multitude of powers at once.

In that same invasion, Rogue was confronted by Vargas who was said to be "a new species all together". Vargas wanted to kill her to preserve his own life; he showed her a page from one of Destiny's diaries that indicated Rogue would kill him. Rogue fought Vargas off and sped to rescue Gambit from the machine that was using him to power a trans-dimensional gate. The power beam trapped her with him and they were both stabbed by Vargas. Wounded but still alive, Rogue pursued Vargas, ambushing him by replacing his statue of Psylocke and eventually using all her abilities to defeat him (and perhaps kill him, though the exact outcome of their fight is still uncertain). Both Gambit and Rogue survived by a near margin, though Rogue had to enter the Astral Plane to force Gambit to live.

Following the repulsion of the invasion, Rogue realized that the Destiny 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, and the X-Men retired there to recuperate. Rogue soon left the team with Gambit, since they both emerged powerless from their ordeals and wanted to further explore their relationship.

While on the road, Rogue and Gambit met some mutants who hated normal humans. Rogue asked them to leave, but they provoked a fight, and Gambit and Rogue (both powerless) fought them. They lost, and their opponents destroyed Rogue's bike. Shortly thereafter, Rogue and Gambit met a young mutant going by the name of Paint, who possessed the power to "paint" tattoos by touch alone. Rogue complimented Paint on her tattoos and in return, Paint gave Rogue some tattoos of her own.

Rogue ended up staying at a beach house in Valle Soleada, a town wherein 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 sign up with Bishop and Sage to help stop Sage's enemy and former boss Elias Bogan. After the battle Rogue asked Sage to restore Gambit's abilities, which she did.

Rogue and Gambit returned to the X-Men. Over time, Rogue's own abilities returned naturally. However, she no longer possessed the abilities she had absorbed from Ms. Marvel. Rogue and Gambit were both put on Havok's team. On their first mission back, the X-Men battled against a Chinese mutant team to rescue Xorn. They succeeded and brought Xorn back to the X-Mansion with them.

The X-Men then faced a new Brotherhood in Philadelphia. The Brotherhood followed them back to the Mansion and attacked them at home. Rogue notably fought Black Tom Cassidy, while the other X-Men fought off the rest of the Brotherhood. Black Tom almost killed Rogue, but she was saved by Northstar.

Rogue then traveled down south to save a young mutant girl from her powers. While there, she met Campbell Sainte-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 had to fight against the monstrous Golgotha, large creatures with limited telepathic abilities. During this ordeal, Rogue and Gambit got into a fight, and he left. Wolverine revealed he always had feelings for Rogue, and kissed her. While recovering from Logan's mind, Rogue received a call from Emma Frost, who was trying to kill Havok, mistakenly thinking Havok to be Cyclops. Rogue absorbed both Havok and Polaris' powers when the X-Men fought a herd of Golgotha in space.

She later gained Sunfire's powers after absorbing them when he was dying, subsequent to his battle with Lady Deathstrike, who amputated both his legs.

Rogue returned to the Mansion and found that Gambit was being seduced by the latest X-Kid Foxx. Foxx was actually Mystique in disguise, who sought to break up Gambit and Rogue. She believed she had found someone better for Rogue, and was not particularly fond of Gambit. The X-Men voted and Mystique was allowed to be a probationary member of the X-Men, a decision neither Rogue nor Gambit liked.

Rogue was given command of an X-Men team by Cyclops. She also dealt with Gambit's transformation into Death. To face the Children of the Vault she chose Iceman, Cannonball, Karima Shapandar, Mystique, Cable, Lady Mastermind, and an unwilling Sabretooth as her squad.

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 her team would be leaving 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's diaries. As part of the attack, it was discovered 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. Gambit, who had joined the Marauders and Mr. Sinister again, was protective of Rogue and accused Mystique of being too careless in how she captured her. Gambit tried to get her to wake up after she had fallen into a trance overcome by the minds she absorbed and expresses his apologies for what he had done before rejoining Sinister. Rogue had flashes of memories, both of her 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 briefly waking up and recognizing Gambit. She told him she had a nightmare, before spouting incoherent words and mysterious coordinates.

Messiah Complex

The X-Men attacked the Marauders' Antarctic base in order to rescue Rogue and the mysterious first mutant baby born since M-Day. However the baby eventually took precedence and the X-Men did not recover (or even see) Rogue.

Mr. Sinister, in possession of the mutant baby, relocated the Marauders to Muir Island. While standing by Rogue's bedside, Mystique was visited by Mr. Sinister who told her that there would be no cure for Rogue and she would 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 awakened shortly after. Realizing what Mystique had done at the risk of killing the baby, Rogue said she was tired of people's lives being destroyed by Mystique and grabbed Mystique's face barehanded, fully absorbing her powers and consciousness. Mystique was left on the floor incapacitated as Rogue told Gambit that when the baby touched her, it removed all the psyches of everybody she had ever touched and that only herself and Mystique were left in her mind. She told Gambit she needed to be alone and told him not to follow her.

X-Men: Legacy

Rogue was traveling around the Australian outback on a motorcycle. Rogue returned to the X-Men's former headquarters in Maynards Plains, Australia. She spoke to Mystique (a part of Rogue's psyche) telling her that no one else could help her with her powers and that it was down to her to figure out how to control them.

One day, a woman appeared in town claiming to be an anthropologist from Melbourne University. Rogue made it clear she could stay as long as she wanted, but to keep out of her way. The anthropologist approached Rogue with questions about some of the remains she had found in the town. Rogue said she didn't know and to leave her alone. The anthropologist followed her and explained she had a different identity. The anthropologist was then targeted by a low flying Shi'ar spaceship and revealed that she was really Danger and informed Rogue she was going to get her revenge on Professor Xavier for using her as a conduit. Danger created an amalgamation of several past events in the X-Men's history prominently involving Rogue in the town using her hard light capabilities. As Professor Xavier and Gambit searched for her, Rogue evaded old versions of the X-Men and the Marauders that were part of Danger's creation. She was finally cornered by the Marauders, and refused to let Mystique take control and save her as the fake Scalphunter shot at her. Mystique took over Rogue's body to save her and fought off the Marauders, returning Rogue's control to her body.

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 didn't get far as she ended up in Antarctica, witnessing the moment she abandoned Gambit after his trial. She regretted her decision, telling Mystique that she really hadn't moved on. It's at that point that Cody appeared before Rogue, repeating his greeting from the night her powers manifested. Rogue just stared at him in shock.

Eventually after the Professor, Gambit, and a group of Shi'ar pirates managed to shut down Danger. However, the Professor reactivated her and she defeated 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), as well as removing the mental echo of Mystique. Finally Rogue kissed Gambit, with no ill side effect, revealing that she was in control of her absorption power.


Rogue, Gambit and Danger decided to go to San Francisco in order to regroup with the other X-Men. On their way there they were intercepted by Pixie who teleported them into the city, which was in a state of chaos due to the anti-mutant and pro-mutant movements. Cyclops sent all three out in order to locate several missing students and brought them home. During their mission Rogue faced off against the new Ms Marvel. Finding that she couldn't touch her opponent, Rogue resorted to a trick and fled the site.

Later on she joined Gambit, who has been injured by Ares, along with Danger. Ares did not take her seriously and dismissed her both as an opponent and her attempts to calm things down. Rogue grabbed Ares and absorbed his powers. Ares was dismissive of her attempt and claimed that she couldn't absorb him, a boast that proved wrong as she weakened him enough for Gambit to blast him bloody and stunned. Having for the moment absorbed some of Ares' power she easily dispatched a small group of H.A.M.M.E.R. agents with superhuman strength and proceeded to steal their tank, along with Gambit and Danger, in order to find the rest of the students.

Rogue found Trance as her powers were flaring out of control creating powerful uncontrollable bio-electric blasts. Rogue tried to help calm Trance and help her gain control when Ms. Marvel appeared. After taking out Gambit and Danger, Rogue and Ms. Marvel fought; Rogue was losing until Trance regained control and jumped in to help Rogue. Trance learned that her astral form was able to punch Ms. Marvel when they were both intangible. After Gambit stunned Ms. Marvel, they teleported back to base where Trance received medical attention.

When Emplate returned to find mutants to feed on, Rogue volunteered to enter his base and try to stop him, despite Gambits protests. Rogue finally managed to defeat him and save Bling who had been taken captive by Emplate.


After the Schism between Wolverine and Cyclops, Rogue had great trouble deciding whether to stay in Utopia or follow Wolverine to Westchester. She went around Utopia getting the opinions of various different people to help her decide, but finally decided to go to Westchester due to her love of helping and teaching the children. She and Magneto agree to keep in touch as they continue their relationship long distance.

Avengers vs X-Men

Rogue is reluctant to join the fight against the Avengers, despite being urged to do so by both her students and fellow X-Men. She refuses to do so due to it reminding her of the bad person she used to be, even after She-Hulk, Falcon and Moon Knight came to monitor the school on behalf of the Avengers. After She-Hulk injured kids whom she mistook for monsters, Rogue finally attacks them however.The Avengers are all defeated and Rogue realizes that she cannot stay on the sidelines of the fight and decides to join the battle, together with several other members of staff.

After the Phoenix chooses Cyclops, Colossus, Magik, Namor and Emma Frost as its hosts and they begin fixing the world, Rogue assists them, using her powers to replenish natural resources and aid people. She is approached by Ms. Marvel who wants to talk to her. Rogue distrusts her however and attacks her resulting in a fight. Ms. Marvel is captured by Magik who transports her to a prison she has built in a volcano. Here the Avengers are imprisoned in a piece of Limbo where demons keep them imprisoned by making them fight their worst fears in their minds. Rogue is horrified and attempts to break Carol free. Magik notices however and sends Rogue away to an alien planet.

While on the alien planet Rogue found herself in the middle of a battle between two races and in an act of self-defense she attracted the attention of both races and fled the battlefield. While trying to find food she almost eat something bad if not for Chahr who warned her of the effect of the fruit. Chahr asked for Rogue help to defeat the other race that's called the swarm and in return they would do all they can to help her return to her world. At that night the Swarm attacked her shelter and while fighting them she used up all Ms. Marvel powers.[6] The Swarm attempted to assimilate her but due to Rogue's experience fighting off foreign control and maintaining her state of mind, they failed and resolved to bring her before the Swarm's Queen. The Queen also attempted assimilate Rogue but in doing so, Rogue was able to access a locked away memory in the Swarm's Hive Mind. This memory showed the Queen meeting with the king of Chahr's people. The two monarchs agreed to make war in order to make sure that their populations stayed thin enough for them to able to continue living off the planet.

The Queen was enraged and attempted to kill Rogue, as well as exiling the Swarm member that had brought her there. Rogue and the exiled Swarm managed to escape and bonded together in an effort to survive. In the end, Rogue brought peace to both of two races by showing the conspiracy between the King and the Queen. As promised, Chahr gave Rogue an item which brings Rogue back to Earth.

Finally arriving on Earth, Cyclops has gone made by possessing the Phoenix Force all by himself. Rogue tried to save civilians which were trapped under the rubbles made by Cyclops' attack. With the help of Magneto and several normal people who willingly help, Rogue saved most of the civilians but one who was injured too much. In the middle of rescue mission, Magneto surprisingly proposed to Rogue. After the rescue mission, Rogue spent time with Magneto, and gently turn down Magneto's proposal before sharing a kiss.

Uncanny Avengers

During Charles Xavier's funeral, Rogue encountered the Scarlet Witch at Xavier's grave. Rogue took offense to seeing Wanda there, and the two began fighting. Their battle was interrupted by the arrival of the Red Skull and his team of altered humans. Rogue and Wanda were both captured and taken to the Red Skull's base.Rogue managed to escape from her captors and encountered Wanda, who was now being mind controlled by the Red Skull, who immediately attacked her. The two fought their way into Skull's laboratory where they found the now brainless corpse of Charles Xavier. This was enough to snap Wanda out of her mind control and Rogue vowed that she would kill the Red Skull for desecrating Xavier's corpse and taking his brain. However, they were immediately attacked by the Red Skull and his team.Scarlet Witch and Rogue were mentally controlled into allowing being executed by the mentally-controlled mutant-hating crowd Red Skull gathered, but snapped back once the Avengers Unity Division appeared to fight Shmidt. After Red Skull and his S-Men escaped, Rogue joined the Avengers Unity Division.

She was later seen fighting alongside Captain America with the Avengers A.I.

During another mission, Rogue absorbs Wolverine's powers and is told to stop the Scarlet Witch, who is seemingly helping the Apocalypse twins.Wolverine tells her that nobody is to be killed if it can be helped, but upon seeing Wanda, Rogue goes into a berserker rage and murders her. 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.Her death was undone when Havok and the surviving members of the Unity Squad were sent from the future by Kang to stop the twins from destroying Earth, their minds projected back into their past selves so that they could transfer most of their powers to Rogue and give her the strength to fight back. After the crisis was over, Rogue was in the process of being driven mad by all the heroes Rogue had absorbed (all of the Avengers and X-Men). 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/Simon. She has also lost her ability to freely touch others.[/History]
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Offline ArcherCC

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #21 on: October 12, 2014, 11:16:57 PM »
If Forge is still available I would like to pick him up.

Offline deadmanshand

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #22 on: October 13, 2014, 03:38:16 AM »
The NSFW picture? Purely there because I saw it and couldn't unsee it. So now I share and hoping that sharing is how one achieves peace.

REAL NAME: Cain Marko
AGE: 34
HEIGHT: 9'5"
WEIGHT: 1900lbs



Cain Marko is a bitter, angry man who has long believed that he lived in his brother's shadow. Prone to violence and rage and general impulse control problems. Believes that might makes right but has a soft spot for abused children. Has recently shown some effort towards making a change in his life.


Cain Marko’s mother died when he was very young, leaving him to live a life of psychological and physical torment at the hands of his abusive father, atomic researcher Doctor Kurt Marko. Following the death of his colleague Doctor Brian Xavier, Kurt married Xavier's widow Sharon and he and Cain took up residence in the Xavier's Westchester mansion with Sharon and her young son, Charles.

Kurt seemingly preferred Charles to his own son, which consumed Cain with jealousy and he took to bullying his stepbrother. Cain's father continued to beat him, but Cain did not suffer the abuse alone. Inexperienced at the use of his emerging mutant telepathic powers, Charles shared the pain and inadvertently learned of Cain's jealousy towards him. This only ensured that Cain would hold a long bitter grudge against his stepbrother.

After an argument with his father, Cain accidentally caused a fire to engulf his father's home laboratory. Kurt saved Charles first, and then went back for Cain, reinforcing Cain's belief that his father loved Charles more than he. Kurt died of smoke inhalation, but not before warning Charles to always beware of Cain.

Soon after, both Cain and Charles were drafted into military service and served in same unit. When Cain deserted under fire during a mission in Asia, Charles pursued, hoping to convince his stepbrother to return of his own accord. Charles followed Cain into a cave that housed the lost temple of Cyttorak, a powerful mystical entity. Therein, Cain unearthed the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak and, upon touching it, was transformed by its mystical energies into a human juggernaut. A subsequent cave-in buried Cain, and Charles believed his stepbrother dead.

Cain eventually dug himself free and made his way to America where he sought to use his newfound strength to exact revenge on Charles. However, he was defeated in his attempt by the X-Men, a team of mutant adventurers fighting to preserve Charles’ dream of peaceful coexistence between humans and mutants. For a time afterwards he became a criminal. Little more than a thug and mercenary but Cain was finally talked into turning himself in by one of the few friends he had. With little choice the government incarcerated him in Riker's Island.


Juggernaut is powered by the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak, which is a conduit Cyttorak uses to channel his magical energies into his avatar. As the Juggernaut, Marko possesses the following superhuman abilities:

- Invulnerability: The Juggernaut possess' amazing resistance to damage. Often standing in the heart of explosions without so much as a scratch upon him. Practically invulnerable to physical damage but magic of a significant level can pierce his protection and - without his helmet - is practically defenseless against psionics.

- Self Sustenance: No need to eat, breathe or drink and he is unaffected by disease.

- Unstoppable: Once he starts moving forward there is no material or force that can bar his way. He can walk through and burst any restraints.

- Superhuman Strength: Of the highest caliber. Believed to be able to lift a 100 or more tons at a time.

- Regeneration: In the rare occurence that Cain is injured he has shown remarkable healing abilities.
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Offline wander

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #23 on: October 13, 2014, 04:57:50 AM »
Oh nice, we have Rogue! Profile up later (again) once I got the afternoon past and I'm more free :)

Offline wander

Re: X-men: The Death of the Dream rpg (Interest check)
« Reply #24 on: October 13, 2014, 07:43:46 AM »
Character Name: Gambit
Real Name: Remy LeBeau
Age: 30
Sexual Orientation: Bi, leans to women
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 81kg
Affiliation: X-Men / X-Treme X-Men (aka XSE)



Remy LeBeau was a born mutant, abandoned at birth due to his glowing red eyes. He was kidnapped from his New Orleans hospital ward by the Thieve's Guild, who believed the child to be the prophesised 'le diable blanc', the White Devil who would unite the two warring Guilds of the Thieves and the Assassins. Soon after this event, Remy was handed into the care of a local street gang and raised by them to become a street thief, just like they were. Later, when he was around ten years old, Remy attempted to pick-pocket Jean-Luc LeBeau, the Patriarch of the Thieve's Guild, an event which led Jean-Luc to officially adopt Remy into his family.

As part of an attempt at peace between the Thieves and Assassin's Guilds, an arranged marriage was planned between Remy and the grand-daughter of the head of the Assassins, a girl by the name of Bella Donna Boudreaux. When both parties reached the age of 18, the event went ahead and the two were married. However Bella's brother Julien objected to the marriage and challenged Remy to a formal duel. This event led to Remy killing Julien in self-defence, an action that led to his ex-communication from the Thieves and to keep the peace, he was banished from New Orleans.

Gambit was sponsored to join the X-Men by Storm, who Gambit found changed into the form of an amnesiac child. Remembering his own childhood he helped her out and they became thieving partners until she became her old self again. Remy soon fell in love with his fellow team-mate Rogue, a feeling that was reciprocated, though they were doomed never to touch. Gambit and Rogue have had a tempestuous relationship... From himself being accused of betraying the X-Men in the future by Bishop, a shared kiss where Rogue absorbed some of his memories, his bonding with a possessive dead psionic mutant called Mary and most recently, a reignited flame between himself and Bella Donna, leading to their renewed vows and the Guilds turning into the Unified Guilds (a marriage that was not to last, same as a Unification of the Guilds) leading her to pull away from him more than once. They always seem to pull through though.

Remy's most recent adventures have been his encounters with a being called the New Son, whom he first met when exiled for his falsely accused betrayal of the X-Men years before (it was infact Onslaught, born of Xavier who betrayed them) and was actually a future version of Remy from an alternate universe whose power's destroyed mankind, leading him to kill all other versions of himself to save their worlds. In their final battle Remy burned out his more enhanced power, leading to the threat of him wiping out mankind being quelled and the New Son passed on. Gambit then went on to join Rogue's X-Treme X-Men after being framed for murder by Sebastian Shaw, the team helping to clear his name before he joined them full time.

After an adventure in space left Gambit powerless, he and Rogue, who was also powerless at the time retired from the X-Men to concentrate more on their relationship, ready to live happily ever after. Unfortunately, this time was not to last and after a fight against the mutant hunter Elias Borgas, Sage jump-started Gambit's powers again and the roster went back to normal, placing Gambit and Rogue back to their flirtacious no-bare skin touching relationship...


Molecular Acceleration: Remy has the power to take the potential energy stored in an object and convert it to kinetic energy thus “charging” that item with explosive results. He prefers to charge smaller objects, such as his ever-present playing cards, as the time required to charge them is greatly reduced and they are much easier for him to throw. The only real limitation to this ability is the time required to charge the object. The larger it is the more time it takes. He can charge a rock as big as a small house in the matter of seconds. Most charging takes place through direct skin contact. The power of his explosions is dependent on the mass of the object he is charging, for example, a charged playing card explodes with the force of a grenade. Gambit can also use his powers to accelerate an object's kinetic energy instead of converting its potential energy, for example, he can charge his bo staff with enough power to level a house.

Enhanced Agility: Gambit's ability to tap energy also grants him superhuman agility and dexterity which gives him an added edge he has used to his advantage by developing a unique acrobatic fighting style.

Static Interference: Ability to create static, because of the charged potential energy always in his body, that shields his mind from detection from telepaths. Although reportedly uncomfortable for the parties involved, this shield does not prevent telepathic invasion as suggested and shown on a few occasions.

Hypnotic Charm: Ability to "charge" the kinetic energy within a person's brain, allowing a subtle influence over any sentient mind. This power allows Gambit to compel others to believe what he says and agree with anything he suggests. More powerful minds have proven immune to Gambit's charm.

Bilingual: He is fluent in English and Cajun French. He also knows some Japanese (not very fluent).

Expert Marksman: He is extremely skilled in throwing small objects such as cards, bolas, knives, and balls with great accuracy.

Master Combatant: Though not on the same level as the likes of Captain America, he is still a profound fighter, often employing martial arts, street fighting, and acrobatics. He is well adept in the martial arts Savate (French kickboxing), and Bojutsu, the art of using a Bo staff.

Master Thief


Gambit needs to take some time to charge up large objects to explode. He has no real protection against psychic attacks outside of his static interference which is uncomfortable for him when it is used and doesn't provide full protection, it just makes it harder for the psychic to use their abilities on him. Gambit is also quite over-confident and he has a weakness for the ladies which can be taken advantage of, when he's not causing his own problems. Due to his rogue background, he has doubts about being 100% trusted by his team-mates and has been shown he will rarely be given the benefit of the doubt before, even Rogue has turned against him before now. He has a slight addiction and need to steal or be places he shouldn't be, his taste for forbidden fruit is something can land him in hot water quite easily. His relationship with Rogue and it's on-off status can also lead him to be emotionally manipulated and taken advantage of.


Gambit comes across as confident, friendly to those he meets and he cares alot for the ladies (especially his cherie, Rogue), despite an initial front of being a flirt and skirt-chaser. He is the type who develops rivalries and likes to compete with those he makes friends with. Being a master thief he knows appraisal and has a taste for shiney things, though things are always more appealing when he doesn't own them and wants them for himself. Gambit knows the Guilds are eager for his head and tries his best to steer clear of them, he can be talked into action against them, though he would make his disapproval clear as he acts. In other ways though he has proven his heroism and where his loyalties truly lie.


Gambit wears an armoured Thieve's Guild uniform, which offers some light protection. He holds in his ever-there brown leather coat a set of throwing spikes, playing cards and a telescoping bo-staff for when foes get a bit too close for comfort.

Notable Enemies: Bella Donna and the Assassin's Guild, Sebastian Shaw, tumultuous relationship to Mystique given her links to Rogue.
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