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A term coined by Terrson to represent a form of Jenga where one removes an article of clothing whenever the tower falls. It was a fearsome sight indeed after the tower fell for the last time, after that, strip jenga was forever banned in the lounge. My name shall not go down in history as the guy who codified Strip Jenga. Guess again, Terrson. Noun; 1. a rebellious, loner who follows their own rules 2. a prostitute who rejects the idea of pimps 3. an independent woman 4. a person who cons using intellect, charm, or force 5. an uncontrollable person 1. I don't mess with them fools, you know I'm a rogue. I stay to myself. 2. Man, my best ho just turned into a rogue on me lettin them renegades get in her head. 3. I bet you you don't smash that girl. She straight rogue, you gotta step your game up... She got her own. 4. She was a rogue man! She made me feel so good and I just gave her all my money! Now I can't find her!! 5. I'm done with him. He's a rogue. He stays out all night and don't do anything I ask!! Ugh!! by CheBae September 09, 2011 A sly, mysterious, and/or deceitful person / thing To steal or cheat something from someone In World of Warcraft, a sneaky little bugger that wears leather armour, and attacks with pointy things to do a lot of damage in a little amount of time. Commonly mispelled " rouge ". "An unconventional and devious fighter. " A rogues main goal in combat is to use any means necessary to inflict the most possible damage to his opponent. They are converse of disciplined frontline tank warriors, who's brute strength and defense helps them excel in face to face combat. A Rogue's speed and agility combined with his light armor makes him extremely mobile and stealthy, allowing him to sneak into range of an opponent and ambush it in a fury of strikes, often killing it before it can even react. The "Rogue" troll snuck up behind the dwarf paladin and delivered a vicious sneak attack with his poisoned blades. When the dwarf turned around there was no one there. The slow but potent venom was now creeping through his viens. He had only a short matter of time until his imminent death. Hiding in the shadows his savage predator coldy watched as the dwarf fell perishing to his death. by JPoPS August 27, 2007 a mutant part of the X-men. If she touches a mutant with her bare skin, she absorbs their powers and if she holds on long enough, their life force. She doesn't actually kill people, but she puts them in a coma. Same with humans. Rogue to Gambit, her boyfriend: "YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I TOUCH SOMEBODY!! DO YOU WANNA END UP IN A COMA?? " Gambit about to kiss her: "Maybe it's worth it, no? ".
Rogue Base Job Thief Job NPC Minet Specialized Weapon Daggers, Dual Blades Specialized Armor Leather Armor Class Information Magic Skills: None Physical Skills: Percent Damage Subclass Difficulty: Expert Alternate Names Rogue Korean: 로그 ( Logeu) Japanese: ローグ ( Rōgu, lit. Rogue) Chinese: 刺客 ( Cìkè) Awakening Silver Moon Silver Moon Korean: 실버문( Silbeomun) Japanese: シルバームーン ( Shirubā Mūn, lit. Silver Moon) Chinese: 银月( Yín yuè) Second Awakening Alcyone Alcyone Korean: 알키오네 Chinese: 月影星劫 “ Fast. Faster! If you manage to see the shining blades in my hands, try your best to dodge them. ” The Rogues of the Royal Guard are considered by many to be of the most elite forces of the entire world. Studying the art of movement, they train to push their bodies to levels of extreme performance. Some even believe them to actually be manifestations of sound, as their physical form is not always visible when they attack. To be in a fight with the elusive Rogue is said to be like fighting a ghost, with razor sharp accuracy, who can manipulate the air around them as if it were an extension of their own body. Rogues rely on the their speed, getting in close to drop numerous strikes and evading when under attack. Their two Specialized Weapons are the Daggers and Twin Swords each one catering for different play styles. At level 50, the Rogue awakens as a Silver Moon. At level 75 the Silver Moon awakens as an Alcyone Her subclass cosmetic effect changes her eyes to glow white. Her 2nd awakening cosmetic effect is a series of white silhouettes that trail behind her as she moves. Becoming a Rogue The Thief must first reach level 15. Talk to Blacksmith Linus in Elvenguard. Clear Full Moon Thunderland. Awakening as a Silver Moon Can you see sound? I know what you’re thinking… that’s ridiculous, right? It is impossible to see the vibration of air with your eyes. Well, you obviously haven’t met… "them". If you were to, you would quickly realize how narrow minded you have been. They are the few masters of movement, those of the Dark Elves who possess physical ability beyond the comprehension of most living things, trained vigorously under the code of the Rogue. Among the Rogues, not all of them will ever attain such power. Only those who strive to surpass imagination and belief. The desire for such acute ability must be inherent, it must be something that drives you forward, spiriting you through battle and bloodshed. An account from a witness to their capabilities reads: “I was taking a moment, listening to the wind blowing through the field, when I was spotted by a small band of Kartels who had camped nearby. I planned to run, but before I could even turn, two crescent shaped silver blades ripped through the night and blurred back and forth across the camp for a matter of seconds. I heard a swift clashing of metal, and saw a faint translucent movement. By the time I could focus my eyes again, the entire camp had been ripped to shreds! ” They are the Silver Moons. Those who move faster than the blinks of an eye. Again I ask, can you see sound? The answer is yes. As those who have seen a Silver Moon in combat say: “I was attacked… and defeated… by a living, breathing sound…. I saw it with my own eyes… it had no face... only a sound. ” The Rogue must first reach level 50. Complete the quest Unending Foreboding from the North Myre Epic Quest line. Awakening as an Alcyone A piercing light from the Darkness Dominator of the Instant. Like a dream, it is a sharp light that pierces through darkness. The swift star that we wish to be. From afar, it can instantly reach the most distant of places. It lights up the sky and transcends perception. The ruler of the moment that surpasses space. The rogue obsession with speed is nothing new. Their swiftness is uncanny. This is a result of combining a powerful spirit and a well-trained body. And those who can obtain this level will be praised as an, ‘ Alcyone, ’ like the shining star in the night sky. To the rogues, Alcyone is a place they’ve never been to and a teacher they’ve never met. It’s difficult for others to understand but they consider the teachings of the blue-white star as the one and only truth. This is why rogues are never lost. Because their star is always with them wherever they may go. And one day, they too will eventually surpass their star. The Silver Moon must first reach level 75. Talk to Siran in the City of Shonan. Collect 60 Seal of Empress Skardi. Clear EX: Gold Dragon Tournament. Collect 150 Seal of Emperor Helm. Clear EX: Silver Dragon Tournament. Clear Tainted Time Gate. Skills Rogue Skills Original Class Skills Thief Skills General Skills Trivia Alcyone comes from the brightest star in the Pleiades cluster which is part of the Taurus constellation while the name itself originates from one of the Pleiades seven sisters in Greek Mythology. Media Content [ Rogue Trailer 1] [ Rogue Trailer 2] [ Rogue English Trailer] [ Rogue Gameplay] [ Alcyone Trailer] Gallery Artwork Mermaid Star Rogue Skill Cut-In Alcyone Official Wallpaper Petite Alcyone Phone Wallpaper Animations Playable Classes Male Slayer Blade Master Soul Bender Berserker Asura Ghostblade Female Slayer Sword Master Demon Slayer Vagabond Dark Templar Female Fighter Nen Master Striker Brawler Grappler Male Fighter Male Gunner Ranger Launcher Mechanic Spitfire Female Gunner Demonic Lancer Vanguard Skirmisher Impaler Dragoon Agent Secret Agent Hitman Troubleshooter Specialist Female Mage Elementalist Summoner Battle Mage Witch Enchantress Male Mage Elemental Bomber Glacial Master Swift Master Blood Mage Dimension Walker Male Priest Crusader Monk Exorcist Avenger Female Priest Inquisitor Shaman Mistress Necromancer Kunoichi Shadow Dancer Dark Knight None Creator Knight Elven Knight Chaos Dragon Knight Lightbringer Weapons Slayer/Knight Weapons Zanbato Bludgeon Short Sword Katana Lightsabre Fighter Weapons Gauntlets Boxing Gloves Claw Knuckle Tonfa Gunner Weapons Hand Cannon Musket Revolver Bowgun Auto Gun Mage Weapons Spear Pole Staff Rod Broomstick Priest Weapons Battle Axe Totem Cross Scythe Rosary Thief Weapons Dagger Dual Blade Wand Chakra Weapon Demonic Lancer Weapons Long Lance Halberd Beam Spear Javelin Agent Weapons Odachi Kodachi Square Sword Core Blade Armor, Accessories, Special Equipment, and Chronicle Armor Cloth Armor Light Armor Heavy Armor Plate Armor Accessories Bracelet Necklace Ring Title Special Equipment Sub-Equipment Magic Stone Earrings Chronicle 1st Chronicle 2nd Chronicle 3rd Chronicle --.
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Look up rogue in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Not to be confused with Rouge. A rogue is a person or entity that flouts accepted norms of behavior. Rogue or rogues may also refer to: Companies [ edit] Rogue Ales, a microbrewery in Newport, Oregon Rogue Entertainment, a software company Rogue Films, a production company based in London Rogue Fitness, a manufacturer and distributor of strength and conditioning equipment Rogue Pictures, an American film production company Rogue (esports), an American esports organization Media, arts, and entertainment [ edit] Comics [ edit] Rogue (Marvel Comics), a Marvel comics character Rogues (comics), a villain team in the DC Comics universe Rogue Trooper, a fictional character from the science fiction strip of the same name Film and television [ edit] The Rogue, a 1918 American film starring Oliver Hardy Rogue (2007 film), an Australian independent horror film Rogue (2017 film), an Indian bilingual action thriller Rogue (TV series), an American police drama series The Rogues (film), a 1987 Italian comedy film ( "I picari" in Italian) The Rogues (TV series), a 1964-1965 American series "Rogue", an episode of the television series NCIS; see NCIS (season 14) "Rogue", an episode of the television series Smallville; see List of Smallville episodes Gaming [ edit] Rogue (character class) in role-playing games Rogue (video game), a 1980 dungeon-crawling video game Assassin's Creed Rogue, a 2014 action-adventure video game Literature [ edit] Rogue (novel), by Danielle Steel, published in 2008 The Rogue (novel), a 2011 novel by Trudi Canavan The Rogues, a series of Forgotten Realms novels Rogues (anthology), a 2014 short story collection edited by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois Rogue, a 2001 Star Trek: Section 31 novel Music [ edit] Rogue (band), British pop music and soft rock band Rogue (Joel Hunt), music producer with Monstercat Rogue (Virgil Roger du Pont III), vocalist with The Crüxshadows "Rogues", song on the album Light Grenades by Incubus Other uses [ edit] Rogue (magazine), a men's magazine The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin, a 2011 biography by Joe McGinniss Places [ edit] Rogues, Gard, a town in southern France Rogue River (Michigan) Rogue River (Oregon) Rogue Valley, Oregon Rogue Valley AVA, Oregon wine region within the Rogue Valley Science and technology [ edit] Rogue planet, a planet-sized object not orbiting a parent star Rogue security software, malicious software that generates false security warnings Rogue wave, a large, unexpected ocean wave Moog Rogue, an analog synthesizer from the 1980s Nissan Rogue, a car produced by Nissan Motors from 2007 A variant of the Rambler American, a car made by American Motors (AMC) in the 1960s A lone and often destructive elephant An unlawful vagrant, especially under certain historic Vagrancy Acts in England See also [ edit] Rogue state, a term for a nation acting outside international norms Roguing, in agriculture, the act of identifying and removing undesirable plants Lovable rogue, a fictional character archetype.
Rogue (rōg) n. 1. An unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person; a scoundrel or rascal. 2. One who is playfully mischievous; a scamp. 3. A wandering beggar; a vagrant. 4. A vicious and solitary animal, especially an elephant that has separated itself from its herd. 5. An organism, especially a plant, that shows an undesirable variation from a standard. adj. Vicious and solitary. Used of an animal, especially an elephant. Large, destructive, and anomalous or unpredictable: rogue tornado. Operating outside normal or desirable controls: "How could a single rogue trader bring down an otherwise profitable and well-regarded institution? " (Saul Hansell). v. rogued, rogu·ing, rogues v. tr. To remove (diseased or abnormal specimens) from a group of plants of the same variety. intr. To remove diseased or abnormal plants. [ Origin unknown. ] rogue ( rəʊɡ) n 1. a dishonest or unprincipled person, esp a man; rascal; scoundrel 2. often jocular a mischievous or wayward person, often a child; scamp 3. (Agriculture) a crop plant which is inferior, diseased, or of a different, unwanted variety 4. a. any inferior or defective specimen b. ( as modifier): rogue heroin. archaic a vagrant 6. (Zoology) a. an animal of vicious character that has separated from the main herd and leads a solitary life b. ( as modifier): a rogue elephant. vb (Agriculture) a. ( tr) to rid (a field or crop) of plants that are inferior, diseased, or of an unwanted variety b. to identify and remove such plants [C16: of unknown origin; perhaps related to Latin rogāre to beg] rogue (roʊg) n., v. rogued, ro•guing. n. a dishonest person; scoundrel. a playfully mischievous person; scamp. a tramp or vagabond. a rogue elephant or other animal. a usu. inferior organism, esp. a plant, varying markedly from the normal. i. 6. to live or act as a rogue. t. 7. to uproot or destroy (plants, etc., that do not conform to a desired standard). 8. to perform this operation upon: to rogue a field. [1555–65; earlier also roge, roag, perhaps akin to rogation or Latin rogāre to ask] rogue Past participle: rogued Gerund: roguing Imperative rogue rogue Present I rogue you rogue he/she/it rogues we rogue you rogue they rogue Preterite I rogued you rogued he/she/it rogued we rogued you rogued they rogued Present Continuous I am roguing you are roguing he/she/it is roguing we are roguing you are roguing they are roguing Present Perfect I have rogued you have rogued he/she/it has rogued we have rogued you have rogued they have rogued Past Continuous I was roguing you were roguing he/she/it was roguing we were roguing you were roguing they were roguing Past Perfect I had rogued you had rogued he/she/it had rogued we had rogued you had rogued they had rogued Future I will rogue you will rogue he/she/it will rogue we will rogue you will rogue they will rogue Future Perfect I will have rogued you will have rogued he/she/it will have rogued we will have rogued you will have rogued they will have rogued Future Continuous I will be roguing you will be roguing he/she/it will be roguing we will be roguing you will be roguing they will be roguing Present Perfect Continuous I have been roguing you have been roguing he/she/it has been roguing we have been roguing you have been roguing they have been roguing Future Perfect Continuous I will have been roguing you will have been roguing he/she/it will have been roguing we will have been roguing you will have been roguing they will have been roguing Past Perfect Continuous I had been roguing you had been roguing he/she/it had been roguing we had been roguing you had been roguing they had been roguing Conditional I would rogue you would rogue he/she/it would rogue we would rogue you would rogue they would rogue Past Conditional I would have rogued you would have rogued he/she/it would have rogued we would have rogued you would have rogued they would have rogued Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: rogue noun 1. scoundrel, crook (informal), villain, fraudster, sharper, fraud, cheat, devil, deceiver, charlatan, con man (informal), swindler, knave (archaic), ne'er-do-well, reprobate, scumbag (slang), blackguard, mountebank, grifter (slang, chiefly U. S. & Canad. ), skelm (S. African) He wasn't a rogue at all. rogue noun One who causes minor trouble or damage: Translations darebák -ice uličník gavtyv gavtyveagtig gazfickó òrjótur prakkari nenaudėlis niekšas blēdis nelietis palaidnis rogue [rəʊg] A. N 1. (= thief etc) → pícaro/a m/f, pillo/a m/f ( hum) → granuja mf you rogue! → ¡canalla! rogue [rəʊg] 2. adj ( elephant) → solitario/a rogue ( rəug) noun 1. a dishonest person. I wouldn't buy a car from a rogue like him. a mischievous person, especially a child. She's a little rogue sometimes.