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List Of Minor Tugs Characters - Tugboats - Sea Rogue's Uncle
... Sea Rogue's Uncle was never named, although he was referred to as "Old Man" by his nephew Sea Rogue ...
Rogue Trader
... Rogue trader can refer to Rogue trader, person who trades financially in an unauthorised manner Rogue Trader (book), the autobiography of (and later a movie about) Nick Leeson ... Rogue Trader (Warhammer 40,000), the first edition of the Warhammer 40,000 franchise Rogue Trader (RPG), the second role-playing game in the Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay sub-franch ...
List Of Minor Tugs Characters - Tugboats - Sea Rogue
... Sea Rogue is also known as "The Pirate" - his only appearance is in the episode of the same name ... green-eyed tugs, who had captured Sea Rogue's Uncle, and threatened to scuttle him unless Sea Rogue stole more barges for them similar then, to Zebedee's relationship with the tramper Johnny Cuba in the ... later caught out by Ten Cents, Sunshine, Grampus, and Sea Rogue himself, who devised a plan to capture the two fiends ...
Rogue - Video Gaming
... Rogue (video game), a 1980 dungeon-crawling video game Rogue (character class), in role-playing games Rogue (Dungeons Dragons) or thief, a base character class in Dungeons Dragons ...
Martial Power - Contents - Rogue
... The rogue, a martial striker, gained two new builds in Martial Power, the aerialist rogue and the cutthroat rogue ... The aerialist rogue uses the Acrobatics skill to maneuver around enemies and the cutthroat uses the Intimidation skill to rattle and shake foes ...

Famous quotes containing the word rogue:

    A pox of this gout! or a gout of this pox! for the one or the
    other plays the rogue with my great toe.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    I shall not cease to bless because
    I lay about me with the taws
    That night and morning I may thrash
    Greek Alexander from my flesh,
    Augustus Caesar, and after these
    That great rogue Alcibiades.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    It is said that a rogue does not look you in the face, neither does an honest man look at you as if he had his reputation to establish.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)