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Rogue's history in this reality was presumably the same as her mainstream counterpart, such as traveling to Battleworld alongside her fellow X-Men Colossus, Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Professor X, Storm, Wolverine, and Lockheed the Dragon, until the end of the Beyonder's Secret wars. Because Reed Richards was killed, Rogue and the other inhabitants of the world were forced to stay. Making peace with one another after many of them were killed, the heroes and villains settled down and had children. Somewhere along the way, Rogue began to have trouble with the personality of Carol Danvers, who presumably took the dominant role in controlling their shared body. She eventually became the wife of Steve Rogers, and was able to touch him because Carol was in control. She also became the mother to Sarah Rogers, who inherited some of her Ms. Marvel abilities.
Power Absorption: Can absorb the powers, energies, memories, knowledge, talents, personality and physical abilities (whether superhuman or not) of another human being (or members of some sentient alien races) through physical contact of her skin with the skin of the other person. Her use of this power, thanks to the personality of Carol Danvers being in control, has become voluntary.
Superhuman Strength: Rogue, thanks to her amalgamated Mutant/Kree physiology, was able to lift around the same amount of weight that Ms. Marvel was. Thus, she was capable of lifting about 50 tons at her peak.
Superhuman Speed: Rogue was capable of running and accelerating to high speeds which a human could never achieve.
Superhuman Stamina: Rogue's musculature produced considerably less fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of an ordinary human. She was able to physically exert herself at peak capacity for about 24 hours before fatigue began to impair her.
Superhuman Durability: The tissues of her body were considerably harder and more resistant to physical injury than those of an ordinary human. Rogue was capable of withstanding high caliber bullets, great impact forces, falls from great heights, exposure to temperature and pressure extremes, and powerful energy blasts without sustaining injury.
Superhuman Agility: Rogue's agility, balance, and bodily coordination are enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of even the finest human athlete
Superhuman Reflexes: Her reflexes are heightened in a similar manner and are superior to those of the finest human athlete.
Flight: Rogue was capable of propelling herself through the air at tremendous speeds, around half the speed of sound.
Seventh Sense: Rogue was subconsciously able to anticipate the moves of her opponents, though this power was not exactly reliable and activated randomly
Near-Invulnerability: Rogue possessed an amalgamated mutant human/alien Kree physiology that granted her a degree of immunity to poisons, and a virtually indestructible body.
Telepathic Resistance: Rogue possessed a duplicate of Ms. Marvel's psyche, and her "double" consciousness made her resistant to telepathic probes from even the most powerful mind readers.
Rouge/Carol is capable of lifting 50 tons due to her Ms. Marvel powers.
Flight under her own power
In this reality, Rogue's husband Steve calls her "Carol". Presumably this is in reference to Carol Danvers, whose powers, memories and emotions had previously been absorbed by Rogue, as in the mainstream Earth-616. It's likely that in this reality, Danvers' psyche had become predominant within Rogue's body.
Despite Carol Danvers being in control of the body, this version of Rogue wears civilian clothes reminiscent to those worn by Rogue herself. This may mean that Rogue is just subordinate to Danvers, and not gone completely.
Rogue wears Ms. Marvel's costume into battle.
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