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.
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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,  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,  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. Although they are severely weak, they fight against Lavish and the clones, restoring their memories and powers.
They are married by the rabbi who was present for officiating Kitty's wedding, with Nightcrawler and Iceman as Rogue's bridal party and with Storm and X as Gambit's best women. While in space, their honeymoon is interrupted when they receive a message from Kitty Pryde about a secret package that they must find, however the unknown package involves the Shi'ar Empire and several others are after it as well. Having read Rogue's mind, Xandra offers to fix her abilities so she can touch anyone, however Rogue refuses, when Gambit questions her, she explains that the last time it happen, she never learned to control it herself.
The ground is interrupted by the Imperial Guard and by Deathbird and a fight ensues. Xandra explains that her powers have evolved, Rogue will have to learn to control it on her own, Gambit and Rogue return to Earth. During the holiday season, Gambit and Rogue are pulled into the Mojoverse. During a reality talk show, Gambit walks off and into a bar where he meets a mysterious brunette who turns out to be Spiral. She restores his memory and makes Gambit an offer that if he steals something for her, she'll help Rogue with her powers and help them escape.
Spiral meets Rogue in her mind where explains to her that until she became self-aware of what her abilities should be doing, she was subconsciously blocking control over her powers. Due to the nature of her unique mutant powers, Rogue has had several different abilities over the decades. Rogue possesses the mutant ability to absorb the psyche and abilities of another human being or members of some sapient alien races through skin contact. Rogue can absorb the memories, knowledge, talents, personality and physical abilities whether superhuman or not of the person she touches, as well as occasionally duplicating in herself physical characteristics of her victim.
The victim loses those abilities and memories for exactly the amount of time that Rogue possesses them. This absorption usually leaves the victim weakened and sometimes renders them unconscious. Their powers may also be temporarily weakened or removed. Rogue's power is constantly active, rendering her incapable of touching others without the absorption process taking place.
However, evidence suggests that Rogue's inability to control her powers is psychological in nature. During the times when the Ms. Marvel personality would overtake her psyche, she was able to touch people freely. The transfer of abilities is usually temporary, lasting for a period of time relative to how long contact is maintained, but if Rogue holds on to her victim for too long, the transfer may become permanent, leaving the victim nearly dead, as was the case with Ms. However, it must also be noted that Ms. Marvel fought the transfer process, which Rogue attested to some time after the incident occurred.
Most often this process happens instantly when Rogue touches someone, but certain extraordinarily powerful beings have proven resistant to Rogue's power, and she may only share part of their memories and power, as was the case when Rogue once attempted to absorb power from the alien Magus. However, in the process of doing so she gained an immunity to the Technarch transmode virus. After coming into contact with the supervillain Pandemic, Rogue's powers were upgraded for a brief time into an instant death touch.
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.
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It has also been shown that even though the memories she has absorbed eventually fade when a psyche returns to its body, remnants, or "echoes", of the personalities of victims whose memories she has absorbed remain buried in her subconscious indefinitely, and while there is little to no risk of those personalities overwhelming her like the Ms.
Marvel personality could, they can occasionally make their presences known. Following the conclusion of Messiah Complex , Rogue's slate was wiped clean. The mutant baby's touch mysteriously erased all of the previous memories and abilities Rogue had absorbed, including those of the Hecatomb.
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It also cured her of the Strain 88 virus. Rogue's touch now simply steals the memories and abilities of individuals with whom she comes in direct skin-to-skin contact. The longer the contact, the longer Rogue retains the absorbed information, powers, and also the abilities of the individuals she absorbs. She can now control her powers, making her touch lethal—or non-lethal—at will. Following the events of X-Men: Legacy , Rogue appears to be able to activate her powers at will, as opposed to them being constantly active, as demonstrated when she kisses Gambit without incident.
Her inability to control her powers stemmed from mental blocks within her mind which formed each time she used her abilities, crippling the development of her powers from their nascent stage.
When Professor Xavier removes the blocks, her powers are allowed to develop normally. She later uses a more lethal version of her powers against the Avengers during her fight with them, even making Falcon and She-Hulk immediately unconscious without any negative feedback on her physical self besides She-Hulk's green skin but she cannot control the minds of the ones she absorbs. She absorbs their powers and renders them unconscious for a long time. The 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 ,  and also when quenching a riot in a prison of mutants absorbing the existence of some mutant-volunteers in X-Men Legacy During Uncanny Avengers , Rogue used her powers to absorb the energies of numerous superheroes to oppose the Celestial Executioner, stating that she'd "been practicing"; she was even able to absorb the ionic energy based powers of Wonder Man whom she'd been previously unable to absorb.
Anna's powers underwent another change during a battle with the Shi'ar Imperial Guard and a decanting faction of radicals led by Deathbird. The genetically conceived offspring of Charles Xavier and Lilandra Nerumi; Xandra had reached into Rogues conscious mind and used her considerable telepathic abilities in order to kick start a change in her powers.
Initially seemingly no different than before, Rogue's absorption abilities had been vastly augmented from what they were before, still having no control over her abilities, she now as the capacity to drain life energy and supernatural skills from other living beings a good distance away. Eliminating the need to physically touch anyone for her siphoning powers to take effect. Realizing that she had been purposefully limiting her own abilities out of personal fear, now coming to terms with her own shortcomings, Rogue regained control of her life-force absorption power and could now willingly initiate the ranged mass absorption effect that Xandra unlocked within her.
As a young woman, Rogue permanently absorbed the superhuman powers and the psyche of Carol Danvers , the original Ms. She was able to repel bullets and fly at sub-sonic speeds, much like Ms. Marvel could. Rogue also gained a precognitive "seventh sense" that enables her to unconsciously predict an enemy's move during battle. She used this ability to predict where Nightcrawler would teleport and from which direction Magus of the Technarchy would attack.
Marvel psyche was eventually separated from Rogue's in a subsequent issue,   and it was destroyed by Magneto. For a time Rogue lost all of her powers, including her original mutant ones, after she was critically injured in a fight with the mysterious warrior Vargas. She also still possessed a "fluid genome" that enabled Sage to use her as a conduit through which to channel the mutant powers of the X-Treme X-Men team in a fight against Bogan. In the short-lived volume three of her self-titled series — , Rogue absorbed a large portion of the mutant Sunfire's solar-absorption based powers.
In addition to her own natural mutant abilities, Rogue could then project intense heat and flame, envelop her body in a fiery aura, fly by focusing her power downwards in a tight stream to propel her like a rocket, focus her power inward to increase her strength though not at her Ms. Marvel levels , exercise immunity to heat and radiation, and see the infrared spectrum. Rogue currently possesses Wonder Man 's essence, including his powers and psyche.
Her organic tissues have been permeated with ionic energy, granting her an array of superhuman abilities. She possesses superhuman strength sufficient enough to lift well over tons, as well as some degree of superhuman speed, agility, and reflexes. In addition, Rogue is virtually invulnerable to damage and is capable of flying at high speeds. Rogue's eyes glow in darkness and her vision extends somewhat into the infrared spectrum, allowing her to see in the dark. Her new ionic physiology also grants her a form of immortality, protecting her from age and disease.
Rogue has shown a fair knowledge of unarmed combat when in a position where she has to fight in situations where she cannot simply use her powers to knock her foe out. She has also received a degree of training from Professor X to protect herself against even subtle telepathic attacks, this training allowing her to escape Kobik's reprogramming of various Avengers and villains to reassemble her teammates against this new threat when even experienced telepaths like Cable were trapped in the illusion.
In the Going Rogue arc of her ongoing series,  Rogue's real name is finally established as Anna Marie. Rogue reaches her childhood home of Caldecott County, where her surviving maternal aunt and the shamanistic incarnation of her mother repeatedly refer to her as "Anna Marie"; Gambit also refers to her as "Anna" instead of "Rogue". Rogue learns her true given name at birth was "Anna Marie" from the absorbed memories of her aunt, who helped raise Rogue with Rogue's father after Rogue's mother vanished from their home.
Rogue acknowledges the name uttering: " Anna Marie Th-that's my name Anna," once after finding Gambit in the dream world. According to the official novelization of X-Men , her surname in the film series is "D'Ancanto". In X-Men 24 she tries to reveal it to Gambit on a date, but he stops her. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Our warranty is valid only when the Timbuk2 product is purchased through Timbuk2 directly via timbuk2. We also embrace the wild, twisty ways of life.
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