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Fan-fiction categories

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

In the Future...
Stories taking place years ahead of what's going on now in the comics.

"All's Fair"
by RV Bemis

Sekhmet Conoway, Gambit's new lover, explains why Rogue lost Remy. A fanfic response to the sillyfic "Sek, Lies and Videotape" by RogueStar.

"And the Walls Came a'Tumblin' Down"
by K-Nice

Remy catches Rogue in the midst of one of her more self-pitying moods and invites her along on one of his late-night partying jaunts to New York City.
"Get Some" -- Rogue and Gambit play Bonnie and Clyde. (Some sexual innuendo)
"So Fast" -- Rogue and Gambit experience the pain, disorientation and fear of a major life-changing event.
"Happiness" -- 17 years after the events in "...Walls...," Rogue and Gambit, now happily married and with children, reconsider what their happiness really means.
"Pro Veneratio" -- Rogue and Gambit mourn the loss of someone dear.

"Nothing More"
by Northlight

In response to Alara Rogers' challenge to kill off one's favorite character, Northlight writes her own version of Rogue's death as a result of Dr. Agee's "cure."

"Blowing in the Wind"
by RogueStar

In honor of the Gambit Guild's "Gambit Day," RogueStar writes a story of reconciliation and hope for Rogue and Gambit.

"Love Lies Bleeding"
by Amanda Sichter

Gambit from the future has to come back to the present -- and kill Rogue.

"No Return, No Exchange"
by Southern Nightingale

A few years after the Trial, Rogue has established her own life in New York City as Georgia Smith, secretary and fiancee of millionaire Chris Rockefeller. Then a mysterious stranger comes to town in search of a job...

"And I Alone Am Escaped to Tell Thee"
by Amanda Sichter

The story of how Gambit became the Witness.

"I Am"
by RogueStar

Rogue asks Gambit to accept the real her. A response to "All's Fair..." by R.V. Bemis.

"Innocent Heart, Guilty Memories"
by Melodist

In a fit of remembered rage, Joseph, reclaiming his memories as Magneto, destroys the mansion and kills many of the X-Men. This series takes place during the years afterwards.

"Last Dance"
by RogueStar

As Rogue lay dying, probably of the Legacy Virus, Gambit fulfills her final wish: one last dance.

"A Dying Promise"
by Jerilyn Winton

With Rogue dying, Gambit is forced to make a difficult promise to her.

"Loose Ends"
by Steven Paul

Ten years after the Trial of Gambit, Remy jumps back into Rogue's life to settle some unfinished business.

"Forgiven, not Forgotten"
by Ramona Y

Rogue has suffered a mental breakdown, and even a decade after Gambit's death, Storm cannot bring herself to forgive Rogue for what happened in Antarctica.

"A Beach of Memories"
by Southern Nightingale

Many years in the future, Remy LeBeau sits at the beach and tells his daughter Clarissa about her mother.

"Demain des l'aube"
by RogueStar

Rogue mourns the death of her mother and plans to pass Raven's teachings on to her own unborn child.

by RogueStar

Rogue and Gambit think back to when they once decided to break up for good -- and laugh at their younger selves' naivete. Written in response to the recent X-book writing/editorial decision to break them up.

by Freeverse

Rogue dies in battle, leaving her teammates and loved ones to pick up the pieces.

"Ordinary World"
by Cat Smith

A tale of Gambit, Rogue, Storm, Cyclops and Phoenix and their children, years down the line. Featuring a trip to Disneyland, arguments, and homemade cookies for the happy Southern couple.

"Sek, Lies and Videotape"
by RogueStar and Keri Wilson

After their wedding, Rogue and Gambit record a farewell message of sorts for Sehkmet Conoway. Sillyfic.

"The Sim Salem Project"
by RogueStar

"Confiteor" - Soon after the birth of Rogue and Gambit's son Luc, Gambit's adoptive father Jean-Luc reveals to Remy the truth of Remy's origins.
"The Cherry Cookie Incident" - Luc and Remy both learn a lesson when Luc steals a batch of Storm's fresh-baked cookies.
"The Sphinx's Question" - Remy bristles with fear when Rogue asks him The Question Which Has No Right Answer.
"Gotta Learn Them All" - Remy tries to familiarize himself with his son's interests by learning the names of all the Pokemon.
"Happy Anniversary!" - On their fifth anniversary, Rogue and Gambit try to break their anniversary celebration curse.
"Home Nursing"
Gambit comes down with a cold and hopes for a little extra TLC.
"Saturday Morning in Salem Center" - Gambit takes his son Luc shopping so that a pregnant (and morning-sickness-plagued) Rogue home with some peace and quiet for the morning.
"The Cabbage Patch" - Jealous of all the attention his new baby sister is getting, Luc tries to send her back to the Cabbage Patch, where his playmate Ainet says all babies come from.

"To Make a Crippled Child Walk"
by J.B. McDonald

When Remy takes his son Lazare on a motorcycle ride, the whole family's lives are changed forever by a tragic accident.

"The Uninvited"
by Fairlight

Rogue and Gambit have an unexpected visitor at their daughter's fifth birthday party.

"Untitled Random Mutterings"
by Northlight

A series of vignettes in which Rogue deals with engagement, marriage, parenthood and growing older.

"White Picket Fences"
by Alyson Hurt

Rogue and Gambit finally get married -- only to find that "happily ever after" isn't all it's cut out to be.


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