This is my take on the the X-Men Evolution episode, "Rogue Recruit." I added more detail and gave it a slightly different ending.

Then she remembered the girl, the red-head, Jean Gray. She gave this to her. She thought for a moment of using it. She said she could reach her anytime, but then she remembered how angry she was when she spoke to her in the mausoleum. Rogue was about to throw it out her window and forget she ever had it, but something stopped her. She went over to her dresser instead. Her handbag lay there by a picture of her Aunt Irene, her mother and her. It was taken when she was little, but she could never remember when this was. She was no more than four years old, but still she thought she would have remembered.

She still had stray thoughts running through her head, thoughts that she had picked up from the people she had touched that night. She was too tired to deal with all of this and decided she would take a shower and get some sleep.

The water was so soothing to her and made her forget all of her troubles. When the water had finally turned cold she got out and put on a pair of gray sweatpants and a T-shirt. Her door was open a crack, and she could hear voices coming from downstairs. She walked into the hallway and peeked around the corner to see what was going on. That Darkholme woman was still talking to Irene. Rogue got as close as she could without being seen.

“Are you sure she doesn’t know the truth about the X-Men?” Miss Darkholme asked Irene.

The X-Men? Rogue thought. They were that ones that tried to kill her, right?

“I don’t think so,” Irene said, ‘but I can’t be sure, Raven. We need to protect her. She could still be a target.”

“Yes, this is a small town. When word gets out they’ll be coming for her.”

No, Rogue thought. This can’t happen. She didn’t want Irene to suffer for what she did. The best thing for her to do was get out of town. She had some money saved up, at least enough to get to the next town. She could find work, find some place where no one knew here and start over. That’s what she thought anyway. She wasn’t being rational, but what sixteen year old girl was rational.

She quickly packed a bag and took off out the window. She jumped off the slope of the roof landing in Irene’s flower bed. She accidentally crushed a few rows of her aunt’s flowers. She felt bad about it, but at least she made very little noise when she landed. She quietly took off into the night knowing she would never return here again.

Here’s links to other X-Men stories I have written

In the Hands of a Stranger: Part One: To Her Own Devices

The Hurting Inside | Authspot

First Love Isn’t Always True Love 1

Two Hearts: One

Thanks for reading.

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  • Herbal incense on Feb 18, 2012

    X-Men episode was the best. You should checkout the highlight remix done by user: xmen4ten on youtube. Great post thanks.

  • Dora77 on Feb 21, 2012

    Lovely Post….i’m still reading it though

  • Joanna Maharis on Feb 23, 2012

    Cool story so far. I look forward to reading the next chapter.

  • deaddiction on Feb 24, 2012

    Great story hm. I am waiting for reading the next chapter.

  • Laser cosmetic surgery on Feb 29, 2012

    Cool video. I looked with pleasure.

  • Carrie Lenser on Mar 2, 2012

    X-Men is my favorite, especially rogue. Wonderful telling of the episode. Love the alternate ending too. What mischief will she get into?

  • papaleng on Mar 7, 2012

    14 pages is nothing, if you are reading a very interesting piece. Good work, friend.

  • Victoria Erin on Mar 7, 2012

    I like it. Took me a bit though because I have a lil boy bugging me to get him something. Rogue is awesome.

  • A Bromley on Mar 7, 2012

    This is fantastic. I really like this and am looking forward to the next episode.

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  • Vinaya says good bye on Mar 11, 2012

    You write dialogues so wonderfully.

  • MJ Taylor on Mar 12, 2012

    I don’t know a great deal on some of the Marvel crew, but what I’ve read sounds interesting. However, I was unable to view the Video for comparison. It says, it’s ‘disabled by request’

  • Alan on Mar 15, 2012

    The X-Men are fantastic, especially Wolverine.

  • Margaret Boseroy on Mar 22, 2012

    Wonderful stuff here. I got really into it.

  • Erin Miller on Apr 18, 2012

    Good story

  • Eye Hospital Jaipur on Jun 21, 2012

    Very nice article….thanks for sharing.

  • The reasons why Generic Viagra Matters Today, local drug stores on Oct 25, 2012

    That was quiet good one. Would love to see more like this in near future.

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