Stories by K-Nice
Walls Came a'Tumblin' Down"
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.
Rogue and Gambit play Bonnie and Clyde.
(Some sexual innuendo)
Rogue and Gambit experience the pain, disorientation and fear of a major life-changing
17 years after the events in "...Walls...,"
Rogue and Gambit, now happily married and with children, reconsider what their
happiness really means.
Rogue and Gambit mourn the loss of someone dear.
Belladonna returns to Salem Center to make her peace with Gambit.
"Blood and Bone"
NYPD detectives Remy LeBeau and Ororo Munroe investigate a horrific string of
rape/murders that hit closer to home than any of them realizes.
Roses, Crown of Thorns"
After being stripped of their powers by the High Evolutionary, Rogue and Gambit
meet at a bar and rehash old arguments and scars.
When Storm learns of Rogue's abandonment of Gambit, she avenges her friend's
death in an unconventional way.
in Love: Once More, for Old Heart's Sake"
After reconciling during the Phalanx battles in space, Rogue and Gambit go for
one last motorcycle ride together. Assume OZT and the Trial of Gambit never
Excerpts of some of Rogue and Gambit's arguments come to light in this answer
to Em's 350-word challenge.
A young "Reb" recovers from a beating delivered by her mother.
Get So Lonely"
Rogue traces back her history with touch as an addiction and her self-imposed
When Gambit returns to the X-Men, he must wade through the lies and half-truths
he and his teammates still tell each other.
"Maybe on Some
Emily Darkholme and Remington LeBeau are betrothed to each other by their parents.
in Another Life"
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.
in Some Other Time"
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."
Rogue decides to indulge herself in something she never had as a teenager --
a prom dress.
Rogue tries to see only what she wants to see when she goes back for Remy.
After their latest breakup, a drunken Gambit tries to call Rogue and let her
know what's on his mind.
Rogue accompanies Mystique on a stealth mission. Written for Em's 350-word challenge.
Gambit and the Sisterhood of Evil Mutants take on the mysterious Center to save
elsewhere in Alykat's World:
"Beauty Comes to Those Who
After decades of marriage, Bobby and Cecilia still go to Brooklyn regularly
to have Cece's braids redone.
Iceman deals with his feelings of guilt and loss after his father's death.
When the young students of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters enjoy the
hot summer sun, Bobby longs to return to the cold. Takes place during the X-Men's
Bobby decides to leave the X-Men permenantly and get a "real" life,
while Gambit struggles to feel alive again after being rescued from the Antarctic.
When Bastion came to the X-Mansion, he took everything. Now that the X-Men have
returned home, each of them deals with that loss in their own way.
Disclaimer: The X-Men characters,
and all other recognizable characters are copyright to Marvel
Entertainment Group. The Story belongs to me. Relax, I won't
sue you. I'll just get my Cousin Tony to choke you with his
dreds. I'm writing this because I am offically addicted to
feedback, so even if you think this reeks, let me know.
For _Em's_ 350 Word Challenge -- snippets of arguement s between
Gambit and Rogue
© K-Nice 1999
"What do you want me to say? I'm sorry?"
"Yeah, well, that would be nice."
"What, so you can humiliate me, tear me down more dan
you do already? I don' need dat, chere."
"No! So we can put it behind us and move on."
"You cain't say it, can ya. Yah such a jerk that you
cain't even say you're sorry. Then forget it. Jus' forget
the whole thing -- forget I mentioned it."
"...Don' go. Alright, I'm sorry."
"No, really, Chere, I'm sorry."
"Uh huh. Ah can jus' tell. It must be tearing you up
"Jus' shut up, okay. What do you want from me, Rogue?
What do you expect me to do?"
"It's no big deal."
"Why did you ask me if it's no big deal?"
"Ah was jus' wonderin', Remy, that's all."
"Well, dat's a strange t'ing to be 'no big deal.'"
"Lissen, are you gonna tell me or not, 'cause Ah got
lunch duty. Ah don't have time to play yah little mind games."
"Look who's talkin', Rogue. Ya wanna talk about mind
games, how 'bout dis: Askin' me a question like dat an' den
actin' like you don' care. Dat's a mind game, chere.
You an expert."
"So answer the question!"
"Fine, you wan' an answer: Oui, yes, yeah, dat's right
I do, what of it?"
"Ah gotta <sob> go."
"What do ya mean by that?"
"What do I mean by dat?!? I mean dat ya're a self-centered
little girl who t'inks de whole world is against 'er. Lemme
tell ya somet'in, chere: Mosta de world don' care one way
or atotha 'bout you, so get over it!"
"Get ovah it! GET OVAH IT! Ah'll show you get ovah
it, you lousy lying Cajun ba--"
"Gambit, Rogue! Danger Room now, and I don't want to
here another word out of either of you. Got it?"
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