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Biographical Information
Real Name: Unknown
Alias: Rogue
Age: 16–18
Species: Mutant
Religion: Christian
Originally From: Mississippi, USA
Relatives: Raven Darkhölme
(Adopted Mother)
Kurt Wagner
(Adoptive Brother)
Irene Adler (Guardian)
Affiliations: X-Men
Bayville High School
The Brotherhood (Formerly)
Bayville Sirens (Disbanded)
Interests: Cody Robbins (Briefly)
Scott Summers (Unreciprocated)
Remy Lebeau
Physical Description
Gender: Female
Hair color: Auburn with white bangs
Eye color: Grey
Height: 5'8
Character Information
Powers: Power & Memory Absorption
First Appearance: Rogue Recruit
Voiced by: Meghan Black

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"Some friendly advice teach... Don't mess with the Rogue!"
Rogue to Mystique

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Rogue is an uncertain and insecure teenager, not the voluptuous bombshell she was in the comics. She isolates herself from other people because of her mutant ability, which prevents her from making any physical (skin-to-skin) contact with people.

Rogue's isolation leads her to be petulant, sarcastic and alarmingly defensive. As a result of her isolation, Rogue has trouble trusting people. Since joining the X-Men, Rogue has become closest with her roommate, Kitty, and maintains a crush on the X-Men's field leader, Scott.

She recently showed interest in Magneto's henchman Gambit, as they both realized that they had a great deal in common (including adopted parents who prefer to nurture their powers rather than them), and are now friends, if nothing else.

However, Rogue is also very intelligent. She had two separate classes with Scott Summers, who is a year older than her, meaning that she has jumped forward a year in at least two of her classes, possibly more. She also seems to be quite well-read, as she recognized a quotation by Beast from Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Physical appearance

Rogue has short auburn hair with white streaks as bangs in the front of her hair. She has grey eyes and a pale skin complexion, and she wears purplish-blackish makeup and lipstick. Rogue's most frequently-seen outfit consists of a sheer long-sleeved green blouse over a black halter top, a short black leather skirt, and black leggings. She wears thick combat boots, and dog collars around her neck and wrists. Black gloves cover her hands and easily come off when Rogue needs them to. So overall, she appears to be quite Goth. She has on occasion worn over this a long, dark brown coat.

In her second outfit, Rogue shows more skin as she wears a dark, purple halter top, long purple gloves that come up to about her shoulders, and a knee length skirt covered with a white chain that hangs around her waist. Knee high boots are worn, and a light that purple scarf protects her neck and chest areas.

Her third outfit is less dressy, and a little less Gothic. She wears a purple shirt tied at the front and it falls onto her shoulders, showing some skin. Underneath the shirt is her black halter top. Either black or really dark blue jeans are worn instead of a skirt. They have tears around her knees. Sneakers are worn instead of boots. Again, gloves protect her hands from her power.

In her X-Men uniform, Rogue wears a dark, navy blue bodysuit. Gold platelets with the "X" logo are on both of her shoulders while a green platelet goes around her bust area. A gold utility belt, also marking the "X" logo, goes around her waist, while small platelets protect her knees. Knee-high boots are worn for shoes, and thick, brown gloves worn on both hands.

Powers & Abilities

Rogue has the ability to absorb a person's life force through direct skin contact, acquiring the individual's memories, skills, powers and a fraction of the individual's personality for a limited time. The longer she stays in contact with them, the longer she retains the skills and abilities she absorbs. If she maintains contact for too long, she may put the other person in a coma or even kill them. However, Rogue retains the memories of those she touches for a much longer period. 

Rogue absorbing Kitty's dancing skills

Even though the powers and skills she absorbs fade away, her mind retains a psionic imprint of every individual she has ever used her powers on. In the episode Self Possessed, following the absorption of Mystique's shape-shifting abilities, all the previous personalities that Rogue had absorbed begin to struggle for control of her body, and she begins to assume their physical appearance as well as their powers, such as, among others, Sabretooth, Juggernaut, Magneto, Cyclops, Multiple and Storm

Ultimately, she was able to use all the abilities she had ever absorbed for a brief period, though this posed considerable risk to her, before Professor Xavier used his telepathic powers to wipe all the imprinted personalities from her mind. Later, in the episode Dark Horizon I, Rogue absorbed and consciously used the powers of the X-Men, Brotherhood, and Magneto's Acolytes, showing that, with time and development, she may be able to access past abilities and skills she has absorbed.

It is currently unknown if she can absorb abilities from mutants with artificial enhancements, such as Wolverine, who has Adamantium bonded to his skeleton and claws, making them nearly indestructible. In Charles Xavier's vision of the future she develops flight and super strength, possibly acquired from another mutant.







  • Rogue's gothic look is exclusive to this series.
  • She is the only main female member to not wear sandals in her regular clothing.
  • Meghan Black (Rogue) & Kirby Morrow (Scott) work together as Atlanta and Jay on Class of the Titans.

In Other Media

  • This is Rogue's second role in an animated X-Men series. Her previous role was in X-Men: The Animated Series
  • Rogue has also appeared in Wolverine and the X-Men
  • Rogue has appeared in the following X-Men films: X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, and X-Men: Days of Future Past
  • Rogue has appeared in many video games, some of which include: X-Men Legends, X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse, and Marvel Heroes


Season One
X Impulse X Impulse Rogue Recruit Mutant Crush Speed & Spyke Middleverse Turn of the Rogue
Spykecam Survival of the Fittest Shadowed Past Grim Reminder The Cauldron I The Cauldron II
Season Two
Growing Pains Power Surge Bada-Bing Bada-Boom Fun and Games The Beast of Bayville Adrift On Angel's Wings African Storm Joyride
Walk on the Wild Side Operation: Rebirth Mindbender Shadow Dance Retreat The Hex Factor Day of Reckoning I Day of Reckoning II
Season Three
Day of Recovery * The Stuff of Heroes Mainstream The Stuff of Villains Blind Alley X-Treme Measures * The Toad, the Witch,
and the Wardrobe
Self Possessed Under Lock and Key Cruise Control X23 Dark Horizon I Dark Horizon II
Season Four
Impact No Good Deed Target X Sins of the Son Uprising Cajun Spice Ghost of a Chance Ascension I Ascension II

  • *Appeared but had no lines.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Mutant Crush.
  2. Speed & Spyke.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Turn of the Rogue.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Middleverse.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Spykecam.
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  7. Bada-Bing Bada-Boom.
  8. 8.0 8.1 On Angel's Wings.
  9. Walk on the Wild Side.
  10. Shadow Dance.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Day of Recovery. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "S3Ep1" defined multiple times with different content
  12. Mainstream.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 Self Possessed. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "S3Ep8" defined multiple times with different content
  14. Cruise Control.
  15. X23.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 Dark Horizon I.
  17. Dark Horizon II.
  18. Impact.
  19. No Good Deed.
  20. 20.0 20.1 Cajun Spice.
  21. Ascension II.
  22. Shadowed Past.
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 Ascension II.
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 Rogue Recruit.
  25. The Beast of Bayville.
  26. The Hex Factor.
  27. X-Treme Measures.
  28. The Cauldron II.
  29. Growing Pains.
  30. 30.0 30.1 The Cauldron I.
  31. Fun and Games.