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Fan-fiction in this archive is organized by how it falls in mainstream X-Men continuity.

Childhood and the past
The Claremont era
Post-Claremont reality
Aftermath of X-Men #45
After the Trial of Gambit
Circa Sauron's UXM 353 visit
After Gambit's return
After Claremont's return
In the future...
Alternate realities
X-Men: The Movie
Other stories - funny
Other stories - serious
Stories not directly related to Rogue

Stories by author

Fan-fiction submission guidelines

Alternate Realities
Stories taking place in timelines entirely different from -- or eerily similar to -- the one we all know and (sort of) love.

"Another Time, Another Place"
by Keri Wilson

The X-Men as they may have been during the Regency period, circa 1800 in the United Kingdom region.
(This story is unfinished.)

"Age of Apocalypse: Bundle of Joy"
by Jaelle and Orla

Magneto is all set to launch his all-out attack against Apocalypse -- and Rogue's expecting a baby.

"Blood and Bone"
by K-Nice

NYPD detectives Remy LeBeau and Ororo Munroe investigate a horrific string of rape/murders that hit closer to home than any of them realizes.

"Casting Stones"
by Enyo

As Gambit struggles to find his own place within the X-Men, he also ponders the mystery of The Guardian, a shadowy new member of the Mutant Underground -- and once, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
(This story is unfinished.)

"Child of Death"
by KazeRogue

A troubled street rat learns that he may be the key to overthrowing a despotic overlord.
(This story is unfinished.)

"Darkness Surrounding"
by Raven Adams

In a world where the X-Men never were, the lives of those we know took very different turns, with changes ranging from Rogue as First Lady to Gambit as homicide cop to Magneto as US president.
(Warning: Violence. This story is unfinished.)

"Death of a Dream"
by Onyx

A What If? style story, based on the 1997 two-parter in which Psylocke defeated the Shadow King. Two years ago, all the telepaths were killed during a ferocious battle with the Shadow King, and now he holds this post-apocalyptic world beneath his heel. Brother kills brother, friends become enemies and new, unthinkable alliances are forged.

"The Resurrection Gauntlet"
by Onyx

Six years after the Shadow King has been defeated and the Brotherhood scattered, the future remains bleak for mutants and humanity alike. Sentinels and rogue factions of the Brotherhood remain, and Sinister rears his evil head amidst the chaos. Worst of all, the the two children who may hold the key to the worlds salvation are in danger. Can even the Master of Magnetism prevail above it all as he leads a new team of mutants into the fray to pursue a forgotten dream?

"Fallen Skies"
by RogueStar

In a pocket universe where Rogue stayed in the service of her foster mother Mystique, Rogue becomes known as the woman who killed Magneto.

"Foolish Hearts"
by Southern Nightingale

In a time when Rogue never left Mystique, Cody never went comatose, and Gambit had a kid with someone else before getting engaged to Belladonna, Rogue is brought to New Orleans by her old school chum Belle to solve the murder of one of Gambit's cousins.

"Free for a Second"
by Vicki Lew and Caroline Dillon

Tired of the way Marvel is handling things, Vicki Lew takes matters into her own hands, creating an Elseworld where Rogue and Gambit are the same as, yet very different from, the characters we know. Features Rogue as a government-trained assassin and Gambit as--you guessed it--a thief.
(Unfinished. Warning: Strong language, some violence/adult situations.)

"Hate Is an Understatement"
by Diana Othman

Part of series called "Sounds Like Teen Spirit." Rogue and Gambit are still X-Men, but with one difference: Rogue is 17, and Remy is 18. All the other X-Men are their respective ages.

"The Highwayman"
by Katt Solano

A Gambit and Rogue story based on the poem "The Highwayman" by Alfred Noyes.

"Homecoming: A Time for Being Alone"
by Lomas

Rogue returns home, and just might die there.

"The Horse of Another Color"
by RogueStar

Magnus, the Mage, demands a tithe from a small town every month. This time, he wants the townspeople to deliver Rogue as his tribute, or else find for him the mythical horse of a different color.
(This story had been completed but is in the process of being revised. Only the revised chapters are posted here. Unfinished.)

"The Sword and the Rose"
by RogueStar

Sabrina and Remy LeBeau settle into their new roles as husband and wife as they train and prepare to defend themselves in a world that has become even more uncertain. Sequel to "The Horse of Another Color."

"The Intolerable"
by RogueStar

In a different world, Mystique had early ties to the Thieves Guild and sent Rogue to New Orleans to study the arts of thievery.

"The Magician and the Butterfly"
by RogueStar

Sabine Robbins leaves her settled life with Cody as a farmer's wife and runs away with a circus magician. Told from mulitple perspectives.

"A Matter of Pryde"
by RogueStar

When Soldier Alpha escapes the project and joins the rebels, it is up to a Black Striper to bring her to justice.
(This is a revision of RogueStar's previously released version of this story. Only the revised chapters are archived here. Unfinished.)

"Maybe on Some Other Day"
by K-Nice

Emily Darkholme and Remington LeBeau are betrothed to each other by their parents.

"Possibly in Another Life"
by K-Nice

Six years after "Maybe on Some Other Day," Emily eagerly anticipates an upcoming ball -- and her first chance in years to see Remy LeBeau again.

"Perhaps, in Some Other Time"
by K-Nice

The Rogue and the Gambit, leaders of the Brotherhood and the Guild, respectively, face off for what will likely be their final battle. Sequel to "Possibly in Another Life."

"On the Beat"
by Cat Smith and Kaze Rogue

Rogue is Detective Alexandra Thorne of the NYPD, on the trail of a mysterious jewel thief...

"A Place in this World"
by Vicki Lew

Rogue is Sabine, the daughter of a powerful senator. Locked in her room since the onset of her powers, she finally finds a way to escape her prison...and finds the X-Men.

"The Princess, the Thief and the Tall, Stone Tower"
by Amanda Sichter

Once upon a time, a maiden fair was imprisoned within a stone tower, and only a thief could free her from it.

"The Queen and the Hunter"
by RogueStar

Barely more than a child when she married Magnus, Rogue quietly defers to her husband, then feels the urge to rebel. Age of Apocalypse.

"Renaissance Dreams"
by Kitsune

Bobby struggles with his jealousy of Gambit over Rogue, and a song at the Renaissance Fair takes him back to the Revolutionary War era, where he makes an important decision.

"Rogue's Gambit"
by Belle Bayard

Gambit's determined to do something to help Rogue control her powers. His motives are mixed, as are the results, with unexpected twist of events following their contact.

"Seals of Power"
by KazeRogue and Michi-Chan

When her father is killed by a highwayman and his band of thieves, a spunky young woman named Jacqueline vows revenge.

"Stars and Stripes Forever"
by Alexandra Nigro

It's New York City in the 1950s, and a young woman named Sabine will make her name known in show business--at whatever cost.

"A Stripe of a Different Color"
by Alexandra Nigro

It's California during the Depression, where a young woman is living in an abusive marriage with her high school sweetheart and dreams of a way out. But when a handsome young drifter tries to steal a shirt, she finds her escape in a way she would never have thought possible.
(Warning: Some sexual/violent content)

"The Sun Will Shine Again"
by Raven Adams.

Before Gambit joined the X-Men, he had a daughter. She was taken from him by a sinister woman and given to an even more Sinister man. Held captive in a dark place without her family, Lizzie LeBeau, with the help of a boy named Deven and a giant without a name, realizes that through it all she will see the sun again.

"Late Night Fear"
by Raven Adams

Remy and Scott run into each other during their babies' late-night feeding time, and they begin to talk about the troubles and joys of their lives. This story takes place a few years after the events in "The Sun Will Shine Again."

"Taking Prisoners"
by K-Nice

Gambit and the Sisterhood of Evil Mutants take on the mysterious Center to save mutantkind.

"That 'Ol Wind"
by Maigen Green

Based on the Garth Brooks song of the same name, this story reunites a mother named Sarah and a country singer named Remy ten years after their unforgettable first meeting.

"Two Sides of a Different Coin"
by Phillippa Roberts

A chance meeting? Or perhaps something more sinister. A shared glance Rogue may wish she hadn't challenged.

"Written in My Depression"
by Vicki Lew

In a diferent universe, the X-Men found Rogue on the streets and took her in. This is her diary.


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