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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Gambit is a Marvel Comics character created by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee, first officially appearing in Uncanny X-Men #266 (August, 1990) due to the comic of his second appearance being released weeks earlier.Not too long after his birth in New Orleans, Louisiana, Remy LeBeau was kidnapped from the hospital by the LeBeau Clan Thieves' Guild. During this time he was both sought after and feared because of his unusual black-on-red eyes. In part to protect him from a child trafficker, Jean-Luc LeBeau, the leader of the Thieves' Guild, secretly sent Remy to be part of a gang of young pickpockets before adopting him as a Guild member and his son.As a teen, he honed his thievery skills, learned acrobatics, Savate (a French martial art) and Bojutsu (bo staff fighting) and learned he had a mutant power: the ability to force objects to explode by "charging" them, converting their potential energy into kinetic energy. The bigger the item the longer it took to charge, so he preferred to use smaller items like his Weapon of Choice, a deck of playing cards. Around this time he also got mixed up with Mr. Sinister during a mission.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })To placate and attempt peace between the Thieves' Guild and their rivals the Assassins' Guild, Remy married Bella Donna, his first love and the granddaughter of the Assassins' leader. After the wedding, he was challenged by her brother Julien to a duel. Remy killed Julian, leaving Jean-Luc no choice but to exile him. Striking out on his own as a thief for hire, his powers grew beyond his control. Mr. Sinister fixed the problem, but at a cost. Gambit formed the Marauders and led them into the New York tunnels on Sinister's order. The Marauders were responsible for the Morlock Massacre, killing many of the mutants in the group, with Gambit unable to stop it. He was only able to save one child, who later became Marrow.After that he traveled the world, saving a thieving de-aged Storm with Laser-Guided Amnesia from the Shadow King. Storm got her age and memories back and became responsible for Gambit joining the X-Men. Despite helping the X-Men save the day many times and forming a long-running relationship with Rogue, he remained a mysterious figure in the group, with Wolverine never completely trusting him. Eventually, his secret involvement with Mr. Sinister and the Marauders was outed by Magneto, and once the truth was revealed through a kiss from Rogue, the X-Men abandoned him in Antarctica, effectively kicking him off the team.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Surviving the ordeal with the help of an energy-based mutant named Mary Purcell, Gambit would rejoin and leave the X-Men several times after. At one point, both Gambit and Rogue lost their powers, letting them finally touch and explore their relationship. Despite this, Gambit went through several misfortunes including being blinded, being forced to be one of Apocalypse's horsemen, and being defeated in battle by Captain America. He currently serves on the X-Men. His and Rogue's relationship remained rocky as Rogue still had trust issues and, of course, had her powers to worry about, resulting in both seeing Emma Frost for therapy. Mystique attempting to seduce Gambit to prove he wasn't good enough for Rogue in the 2005 "Bizarre Love Triangle" story certainly didn't help matters.As of the end of James Asmus' Gambit solo series, Gambit is now King of the all the Thieves Guilds. As of 2013, he's left the X-Men and joined All-New X-Factor. As of 2018, he's now married to Rogue, having effectively stolen Kitty and Piotr's wedding.In other media, Gambit became popular because of his inclusion in the The '90s' X-Men animated series, two years after his debut in the comics. He has been played by Taylor Kitsch in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. A solo movie was in Development Hell for a long time, and appears to have been definitely abandoned following the buyout of 20th Century Fox by Disney.Comic Books Gambit Vol. 1 (1993) Wolverine/Gambit: Victims (1995) Gambit Vol. 2 (1997) Gambit Vol. 3 (1999) Gambit & Bishop (2001) Gambit Vol. 4 (2004) Gambit Vol. 5 (2012) Rogue & Gambit (2018) Mr. and Mrs. X (2018) Excalibur (2019)Film X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)Video Games X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (1994): Appears as a playable character. X-Men vs. Street Fighter (1996): Appears as a playable character. Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (1998): Appears as a playable character. Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (2000): Appears as a playable character. X-Men: Next Dimension (2002): Appears as a playable character. X-Men Legends (2004): Appears as a playable character. X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (2005): Appears as a playable character. Marvel Ultimate Alliance (2006): Cameo. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009): Appears as a playable character. Marvel: Avengers Alliance (2012): Appears as a playable character. Marvel Heroes (2013): Appears as a playable character. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (2013): Appears as a playable character. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order (2019): Appears as a playable character through DLC.Western Animation X-Men Spider-Man: The Animated Series (two episodes) X-Men: Evolution Wolverine and the X-Men (two episodes)No relation to anything in the Gambit Index.
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Super-Powered Evil Side: It doesn't come up nearly as often as with Archangel but his Horseman of Death persona does still exist, buried within his mind.
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Brainwashed and Crazy: During his time as a Horseman of Apocalypse. It took a visit from Mr. Sinister to get rid of most of it.
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Cool Old Guy
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Cool Old Guy: Considered one by the teenage X-23, and a number of the younger X-Men.
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The Trickster
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The Trickster: As you'd expect of somebody who grew up as a thief, Gambit likes messing with peoples' heads.
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Poirot Speak
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Poirot Speak: His Cajun French dialect.
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MrFanservice
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Mr. Fanservice: Back in the '90s and especially in his current solo series.
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LongLostSibling
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Long Lost Sibling: In some continuities, he's the third Summers brother. In others, he's a half-clone of Scott and Sinister.
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Papa Wolf
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Papa Wolf: To X-23.
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Adaptational Villainy
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Adaptational Villainy: His X-Men: Evolution and Wolverine and the X-Men incarnations are less noble, the latter especially so, selling all mutantkind out in the name of money. The former, though, was hinted in the finale to eventually join the X-Men.
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action: In one issue of his 2013 series, Gambit gets pulled into Camelot where he's lusted after by a flock of beautiful pixies. When he returns to Earth some time later, one of them makes an Unusual Euphemism that indicates he probably had sex with them. Given that he's probably about twelve times the mass and size of any of them, one is left wondering just how that worked.
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Non-Indicative Name
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Non-Indicative Name: "Gambit" is actually a Chess term. But the Cajun's choice of games is cards. However, it is also a Meaningful Name considering that the chess term refers to a move where the player makes a sacrifice to gain an advantageous position, sort of how his powers blow things up. Also carrying a whole chess set would look kind of strange.
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Parental Abandonment
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Parental Abandonment: His parents left him at the hospital shortly after he was born.
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Combo Platter Powers
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Combo Platter Powers: Zigzagged. At his core, not so much; Gambit has training in certain skills (sleight of hand, acrobatics, thievery), but his only superpower is to manipulate kinetic energy in order to turn things into explosives. However, over the years, he has sometimes also had a low-level psychic charm ability, as well as the ability to use charged objects as telepathic scramblers. That said, the New Sun storyline has established that Gambit could have a much larger and more diverse array of powers if he fully grew into his ability to manipulate kinetic energy. The New Sun has the power of "Total Kinetic Control", allowing him to manipulate kinetic energy on a molecular level. At its basic, this is Gambit's Stuff Blowing Up power... except the New Sun can do it much faster, can do it by thinking about it instead of needing to touch it, and he can use it on living beings, unlike Gambit. He can also affect the ability of other things to move, either preventing them from being able to stop or stopping them dead, manipulate other energies related to kinetic energy (for example, setting things on fire by accelerating their molecular agitation, or freezing them] by slowing it), and turn into a being of living kinetic energy, a form in which he can travel between planets, through time, and even between dimensions. More recently, he's been using his powers more creatively. For instance, in his 2012 series, he used them to power an Iron Man armor he was stealing in order to keep War Machine from remotely shutting down its regular power source.
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Sophisticated as Hell
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Sophisticated as Hell: Gambit isn't an idiot, and often likes to use fairly sophisticated words to remind people that being a "swamp rat" doesn't make him stupid. It doesn't stop him from interspersing his high manner wordplay with fairly crude comments, though.
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Southern Gentleman
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Southern Gentleman: Especially towards Rogue... who often appreciates this.
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Stuff Blowing Up
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Stuff Blowing Up: His main power is the ability to charge objects, manipulating them into spontaneously releasing all their kinetic energy potential at once. In essence, they explode, with force depending mostly on how big they were.
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Out of Focus
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Out of Focus/Demoted to Extra: He suffers both tropes since the earlier-mid 2000s thereafter. This continues into the movie franchise, lampshaded in the Honest Movie Trailer of the original trilogy. During the run-down of characters, they announce "Gambit" followed by the words "footage not found." This got reverse in the late 2000s, with him getting an increasingly prominent role, including a decent sized solo series in 2013.
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Street Urchin
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Street Urchin: He spent most of his young life being raised to be a thief by thieves in the streets and swamps of Louisiana. When he met Storm for the first time, she suffered from Laser-Guided Amnesia and briefly returned to her thieving ways. The two quickly became partners in crime.
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Relationship Revolving Door
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Relationship Revolving Door: Rogue and Gambit were constantly hooking up, breaking up for whatever reason, and getting back together as they manage to overcome whatever the latest bout of insecurity is. Both characters have a lot of emotional baggage and legitimate reasons to distrust each other, but at the same time they also love each other intensely and can understand each other. The 2018 mini-series Rogue & Gambit actually revolves around the two getting couples therapy, which grows into seeing each other’s perspective on events from their history. As of Mr and Mrs X, they’re married.
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Wolverine Publicity
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Wolverine Publicity: Not as bad as Wolvie himself though.
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Sympathetic Murder Backstory
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Sympathetic Murder Backstory: Both his duel with Julien and the Molock Massacre.
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Minion with an F in Evil
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Minion with an F in Evil: During the late 00s, he worked for Sinister, leading the Marauders, though only to protect a severely incapacitated Rogue from whatever Sinister was planning. On one occasion he sabotaged Sinister's plot, destroying Destiny's diaries to prevent anyone else getting them. When using Cerebra, the Stepford Cuckoos note they can feel his emotions, and that he felt "utterly lost".
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Outdated Outfit
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Outdated Outfit: Gambit's trademark outfit is very '90s in terms of style. He's had other costumes afterwards, but still wears this one the most.
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Person of Mass Destruction
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Person of Mass Destruction: Let's face it, a man who can convert mass into explosively unstable kinetic energy is a man who can rearrange the landscape fairly easily. The bigger the thing he charges, the more of a boom he can make — imagine what would happen if he converted, say, an entire bus into one of his energy bombs. Taken Up to Eleven with the New Sun storyline, which reveals that if Gambit had not gone to Mister Sinister for surgery to remove a portion of brain tissue to control his powers, he would have literally been too dangerous to live. As made clear by his alternate universe doppelganger, who didn't get the surgery. He was a Physical God... who basically made the entire planet explode... by accident.
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Rule of Cool
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Rule of Cool: Gambit can make any item explosive by “charging” it. If he wanted he could use more dangerous material to charge, but sticks with playing cards in part because of this trope.
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Pie in the Face
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Pie in the Face: A kinetically charged pie in the face... to Rogue. She still had Carol Danvers' powers at this point, so it was fine.
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Funetik Aksent
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Funetik Aksent: Just like his lover, Rogue, he has quite buttload examples of this.
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Combat Pragmatist
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Combat Pragmatist: Gambit fights dirty or he doesn't fight at all.
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The Atoner
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The Atoner: He joined the X-Men due to unwittingly helping the Marauders commit genocide on the Morlocks. Admittedly, Gambit never intentionally took part in said genocide and continues to be a much loved thief with a heart of gold to fans.
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Bad Powers, Bad People
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Bad Powers, Bad People: During his time as the Horseman of Death, Gambit's powers changed from his normal set into "create bio-matter dissolving bombs", "transmute air into poisonous gas" and "corrupt others into his mindless slaves".
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Power Incontinence
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Power Incontinence: Though it's oft-forgotten about now, Gambit's original connections to Mister Sinister were because he originally went to Sinister to get some of his brain excised to permanently dampen down his powers, so he couldn't lose control. He also had to deal with a short-lived villain called "New Sun", who turned out to be a version of himself from an Parallel Universe slash Bad Future who never got his powers dampened, grew to Physical God status, and lost control. He's called "New Sun" because he vaporized Earth with his powers. In Ultimate Marvel, this trope is brought up in a comparatively downplayed fashion: The Ultimate X-Men version claims that he joined Fenris because he was losing control of his powers (basically an even suckier version of Midas since all the food he touches turns into a bomb) and their experiments stabilized him.
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The Casanova
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The Casanova: Largely considered to be a reformed example, having given up his whoring ways since meeting Rogue. Until they broke up anyway.
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Pretty Boy
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Pretty Boy: He and Daken actually have a scene in Daken's solo comic where they snark at each other using it as an insult.
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Street Smart
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Street Smart: As a former Street Urchin grown into a Guile Hero, he would be a card-carrying member of this trope. Literally.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_64a45c81
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_668d2146
type
Progressively Prettier
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_668d2146
comment
Progressively Prettier: He wasn't all that good-looking in his first appearances, but became steadily more attractive from artist to artist.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_668d2146
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_6a2ae11f
type
Improbable Weapon User
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_6a2ae11f
comment
Improbable Weapon User: The exploding playing cards, not the bo staff. Due to the nature of his powers, he's also been known to use anything in reach if he's somehow unable to reach his cards. He simply prefers the cards since they come in small-packaged in packs of at least 52 naturally, and with his powers, can explode with the force of at least a grenade. A tie-in with Deadpool sees him discover that a can of beans is particularly dangerous in his hands. He makes a note to start carrying them.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_6a2ae11f
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_6a2ae11f
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_6ee10e0
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My Greatest Failure
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_6ee10e0
comment
My Greatest Failure: While he was duped into it to repay a debt to Mr. Sinster, there's the fact that there's his role as the one to gather the Marauders for what'd become the events of Mutant Massacre (the titular mass murder of a lot of the Morlocks, as well as Angel's wings getting injured).
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_6ee10e0
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_704a3bbb
type
Real Men Cook
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_704a3bbb
comment
Real Men Cook: He once managed to fix together a meal in the middle of a desert with no real supplies around. When asked by Professor X how he did that, he just said "a man has his secrets", before advising Xavier not to drink the bottom part.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_704a3bbb
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_704a3bbb
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_71e8a5c5
type
Trauma Conga Line
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_71e8a5c5
comment
Trauma Conga Line: Not only that Gambit had a dark past, he also has bad luck with his love life - his childhood friend/ex-wife Belladonna is usually crazy, his French girlfriend was murdered by Sabretooth and he was usually in a Masochism Tango relationship with Rogue. He is also shunned by his own teammates after learning his small involvement in the Morlock Massacre.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_71e8a5c5
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_78410584
type
She Is Not My Girlfriend
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_78410584
comment
She Is Not My Girlfriend: With Courier. In this instance, it was more a case of He Is Not My Girlfriend, because Jakob was stuck in female form at the time. They spent several issues denying that they were an item, although that didn't stop Remy from spontaneously making out with him.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_78410584
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_78410584
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_78540917
type
Like Brother and Sister
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_78540917
comment
Like Brother and Sister: Him and Storm, more so early on in his tenure than now, but they are still very close. He also has similar relationships with Laura and Jubilee.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_78540917
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_7a3dd888
type
Real Men Wear Pink
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_7a3dd888
comment
Real Men Wear Pink: Under his trenchcoat, he wears a magenta vest as well as lots of magenta stripes on the sleeves and pants. His Wolverine and the X-Men portrayal also has cards with pink-colored backs.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_7a3dd888
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_7b8f5f07
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Charm Person
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_7b8f5f07
comment
Charm Person: Depending on who's writing at the time, he has a degree of "hypnotic charm" that even works on men. However, it doesn't work if the charmee knows about it.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_7b8f5f07
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_7c862b8a
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_7c862b8a
comment
Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He has switched sides so many times that it's a wonder that any team, let alone the X-Men, take him. He stops doing this - at least, stops doing it out of choice (when being coerced is another matter) - around the late 00s, but even then, it happens enough that Peter Wisdom, himself no stranger to secrets, lies, and double-allegiances, warns him in his 2013 solo series that he can only keep dancing back and forth over the line for so long before it starts to catch up with him.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_7c862b8a
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8437cb10
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Made a Slave
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8437cb10
comment
Made a Slave: He was sold into slavery as a child. Twice.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_8437cb10
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_86ba007a
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Bad Powers, Good People
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_86ba007a
comment
Bad Powers, Good People: Being able to create an endless supply of bombs — or to turn people into bombs, if he hadn't crippled his powerset — is the kind of power you'd normally see used by a villainous character. Gambit, in comparison, is a Loveable Rogue who genuinely wants to do good.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_86ba007a
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_86ba007a
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8941750b
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Willfully Weak
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8941750b
comment
Willfully Weak: Gambit actually has the potential to be an Omega-level mutant. But he voluntarily had his powers crippled through the use of brain surgery by Mister Sinister, because he was afraid of how much damage he could cause with them. As his 1999 comic series shows, he was right to be scared: on many parallel earths where he didn't undergo the surgery, he lost control over his powers and caused every human being on earth to spontaneously combust!
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_8941750b
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c681acc
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Third-Person Person
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c681acc
comment
Third-Person Person: In the 1990s X-Men cartoon. Occasionally in the comics, like if he's been caught (and being chastized by another X-Man) or trying to be sly and impress someone.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c681acc
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c80a69f
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Your Cheating Heart
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c80a69f
comment
Your Cheating Heart: He'd been hitting on Rogue for half-a-dozen issues before his wife Belladonna suddenly turned up - although in fairness, he did have good reason to treat the marriage as effectively over.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c9cad1e
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Psychic Static
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8c9cad1e
comment
Psychic Static/Psychic Block Defense: Gambit has been known to employ the intentional version, at one point revealing to several Xavier Academy students that he pictures the Blob naked in order to make sure that telepaths like Rachel Summers and Emma Frost aren't eavesdropping on his thoughts. At one point, he could also block telepaths simply by keeping a charged object with him, but this ability seems to have been dropped.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8e92e125
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Lawyer-Friendly Cameo
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8e92e125
comment
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: Waldo makes a background appearance at the end of issue 8 in his 2012 on-going series.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_8e92e125
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_8e92e125
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_98544469
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Cane Fu
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_98544469
comment
Cane Fu: His particular style of bojutsu focuses on the use of a shortstaff, roughly the size of a cane. At varying times he's been shown to wield a collapsible staff, which he can fold down to be small enough to conceal or extend to either cane-length or full-on quarterstaff length as he pleases.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_98544469
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9b54d536
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EvilCounterpart
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9b54d536
comment
Evil Counterpart: New Sun, an alternate reality Remy Le Beau who never got the surgery to reduce his powers (unlike main universe Remy), and came to the main universe to kill Gambit.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9b54d536
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_9b54d536
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9cb5e4bb
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Evil Costume Switch
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9cb5e4bb
comment
Evil Costume Switch: When Gambit was made into Death by Apocalypse, not only does his hair turn white and his skin blue-black, but he finally gets the memo that black cloaks are cooler and wears a black bondage cloak instead of his usual, shabby trenchcoat.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9cb5e4bb
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_9cb5e4bb
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9d12bbc1
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Foreshadowing
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_9d12bbc1
comment
Foreshadowing: Sabretooth (who was also a Marauder) recognized and casually talked to Gambit during his first encounter with Gambit as an X-Man. It would be years before Gambit's role in the Morlock massacre was finally revealed.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_9d12bbc1
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0396574
type
Rogues Gallery
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0396574
comment
Rogues Gallery: Mr Sinister, Candra, Sabretooth, Scalphunter, rival thieves like Fast Jack and Joelle, Detective Noreen Tanaka, vigilante X-Cutioner, ex-wife Bella Donna, along with the Thieves Guild and Assassins Guild, the Black Womb, Fontanelle, the Mendo Brothers and the Pig.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0396574
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0c731cd
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Ragin' Cajun
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0c731cd
comment
Ragin' Cajun: Also his nickname.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0c731cd
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_a0c731cd
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a1b141f4
type
My God, What Have I Done?
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a1b141f4
comment
My God, What Have I Done?: See "My Greatest Failure" below? Remy was still in the sewers when the Marauders started their mass murder of the Morlocks and was horrified by the fact that was what he'd gathered the team for.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a1b141f4
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_a1b141f4
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a5f0752f
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Rule of Drama
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a5f0752f
comment
Gambit used to have a power which had no practical applications but meant he could touch Rogue. Though this was useful as the two were lovers. He lost it, of course.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a5f0752f
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_a5f0752f
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a65288e2
type
Ascended Extra
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_a65288e2
comment
Ascended Extra: After being Out of Focus for some time, he became one of the leads of All-New X-Factor.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_a65288e2
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ab17f66
type
Big Brother Mentor
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ab17f66
comment
Big Brother Mentor: Gambit used to be protective of the de-aged Storm and both of them became thieving partners before she had turned back to normal. He later becomes a mentor of Laura Kinney (a.k.a. X-23) during her solo series, which many fans consider to be the start of his finally growing up.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_ab17f66
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad0439be
type
The Gambler
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad0439be
comment
The Gambler: The page image for a reason. He energizes playing cards to explode on impact and tosses them with precision at his targets. He could use anything if he felt like it (various incarnations have used chains, billiard balls, and an overturned bus), but playing cards are both convenient and stylish. The explosion is proportional to the size of the object, so cards, poker chips and other thematic objects are consistent and controllable. That, and in some media, Gambit is shown to be an avidly-good player of card games, as he naturally has a sleight of hand and/or a knack for those games even without his powers.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad0439be
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad1ab367
type
The Masochism Tango
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad1ab367
comment
The Masochism Tango: With Rogue.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad1ab367
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_ad1ab367
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ae3d6438
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Deadpan Snarker
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ae3d6438
comment
Deadpan Snarker: He is the absolute King of this trope. Every other sentence that comes out of his mouth is a snark. And you can never tell when he means it.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_ae3d6438
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_ae3d6438
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b35e77ee
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Fake Defector
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b35e77ee
comment
Fake Defector: On several occasions in various mediums, Gambit has seemingly turned traitor, only to reveal he was faking it in order to get the drop on whoever he had seemingly allied with.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b35e77ee
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b6ec7566
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Twofer Token Minority
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b6ec7566
comment
Twofer Token Minority: Gambit is Cajun, American Francophone, and Catholic.
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DidNotThinkThisThrough
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b773ec0e
comment
Did Not Think This Through: He volunteered to be a Horseman, apparently not remembering that Apocalypse likes using brainwashing to control his underlings, and wasn't able to resist.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b773ec0e
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Love Triangle
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b7e0c5ff
comment
Love Triangle: Him with Rogue and Bella Donna then him with Rogue and Magneto.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b85c06f2
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Glowing Eyes of Doom
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b85c06f2
comment
Glowing Eyes of Doom: His eyes have been known to give off red energy when he's intended to look particularly badass.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b88eda46
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Conspicuous Gloves
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_b88eda46
comment
Conspicuous Gloves: Gambit also wears gloves. His touch allows him to change the potential energy of objects he touches into kinetic energy; his gloves have a few fingers open or missing so he can "charge" and manipulate his cards (one of his weapons of choice). That said, the gloves' design is also cool.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_b88eda46
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_be60241
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Fingerless Gloves
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_be60241
comment
Fingerless Gloves: Gambit wears gloves that are missing fingers, perhaps as a nod to his past as a thief. Also a necessity for his powers, since his mutant ability to kinetically charge (i.e. blow up) objects depends on him touching the object. If he wore full gloves, he would only be able to blow up his gloves.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_beb9a361
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Anti-Hero
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_beb9a361
comment
Anti-Hero: He was raised a thief and his morality is still very... flexible, in some areas, particularly those relating to other people's property. However he does fight for what he considers a good cause and on other matters, his morality is set in stone about what is and isn't right.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c32ff95d
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Playing Card Motifs
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c32ff95d
comment
Playing Card Motifs: He has a playing card theme, with particular fondness for the Joker and the Ace of Spades. When Rogue appears as his love interest, it's common to see her represented in his motif as the Queen of Hearts.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c6ac7901
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Having a Blast
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c6ac7901
comment
Having a Blast: He has a power to turn any object he touches into a bomb, as small as a playing card or as big as a car (he used that one when teaming up with Ben Grimm from the Fantastic Four).
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c73c6db6
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Technicolor Ninjas
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c73c6db6
comment
Technicolor Ninjas: Look up at Real Men Wear Pink's description. Now bear in mind that the character is a thief. Hey, you try seeing a thing on the bayou.
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c75df49a
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Shout-Out
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c75df49a
comment
Shout-Out: Has cats named Oliver, Lucifer and Figaro.
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c75df49a
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 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c91408cb
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Everything Sounds Sexier in French
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c91408cb
comment
Everything Sounds Sexier in French: This is part of the reason why he's a Cajun; his Louisiana French accent helps feed his 90s "cool" motif. He also makes free use of this trope when trying to be charming.
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Perma-Stubble
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_c91dcba1
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Perma-Stubble: A signature.
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Paper Master
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comment
Paper Master: His playing card ammo.
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The Magic Touch
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comment
The Magic Touch: He has the ability to turn anything he touches into an explosive. Although he prefers to charge and flick playing cards at his opponent. In regards to this, other forms of media show that his powers seem to have some effect in altering/handling the flight path of his thrown cards.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_cb2df71e
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type
Killed Off for Real
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_cda501da
comment
Killed Off for Real: In the Ultimate Marvel universe, he died in a fight with Juggernaut.
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Simple Staff
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comment
Simple Staff: His collapsible adamantium bo staff.
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Badass Longcoat
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comment
Badass Longcoat: Pretty much his iconic outfit.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_d01cffbc
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Planet Eater
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_d13f7848
comment
Planet Eater: A great number of events from Gambit's life were the direct result of an alternate version of himself called New Sun trying to prevent him from bringing to fruition a prophecy that foresaw him losing control of his Omega-level powers and unintentionally consuming everything on the Earth616 like a living Sun. In a great number of universes visited by New Sun, various versions of "Le Diable Blanc" had already destroyed their own worlds.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_d13f7848
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type
*Twang* Hello
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comment
*Twang* Hello: And then it explodes.
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type
Hypocrite
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comment
Hypocrite: His treatment of Hellion for killing Karima during the X-23 solo series. Gambit and Wolverine look at him as a pariah at best, a monster at worst, effectively imprison him in the school by locking him in his room, and constantly badmouth him when X-23 comes to visit. This despite Karima begging Julian to kill her to prevent her programming from taking control again and forcing her to continue her attack on Utopia, and not helped at all that he, Wolverine, and even Laura have done far worse (both willingly or not) and been forgiven for it (and in fact, in the very same series Gambit tries to help Laura deal with her own issues over the things she's done in the past). However, it is ironic that during the incident where Hellion destroyed Karima in one X-Men Legacy issue, both Gambit and Wolverine were absent.
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Highly Visible Ninja
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comment
Highly Visible Ninja: A skilled thief whose normal outfit is bright purple armor. He's just that good. He switches to bright yellow for All-New X-factor. However, when he's actually working as a thief, particularly in recent series, he's changed into an all-black male cat-suit.
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Technicolor Eyes
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comment
Technicolor Eyes: He has red irises with black sclera.
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Vitriolic Best Buds
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comment
Vitriolic Best Buds: Gambit with Cyclops and Wolverine. Seems to be slowly developing this with Pete Wisdom as of late, too.
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Depending on the Artist
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comment
Depending on the Artist: Some artists and/or colorists cannot get his eye colors right.
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'90s Anti-Hero
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_da9d2f16
comment
'90s Anti-Hero: In the literal sense, as an Anti-Hero introduced in the 90's, but also clear from his loose morals, red eyes, Permastubble, and outfit consisting of a Badass Longcoat over skintight armor. No guns, at least.
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Good Smoking, Evil Smoking
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comment
Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: Used to smoke in the early '90s.
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Red Herring
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comment
Red Herring: During the early '90s, as part of Bishop's backstory was Bishop finding a garbled tape of Jean Grey warning about a traitor in the X-Men's ranks causing the death of the majority of the team with only a character called the Witness as the Sole Survivor, who looked and sounded like Remy, leading Bishop to suspect him. However, Jim Lee and Whilce Portacio admitted they had no set suspect with Remy being one idea (and another being Bishop himself thanks to a Stable Time Loop), meaning the subplot was a case of Writing by the Seat of Your Pants, as was the Onslaught event—which made Remy's role in the X-Traitor subplot nothing more than this as the opening of the event revealed the tape in its entirety, revealing the titular villain, a split personality of Professor X's, was the real traitor.
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Dub Name Change
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comment
Dub Name Change: The Spanish dub of the first X-Men animated series saw a curious example with Gambit. They did not want to translate it literally as "gambito" because, aside from being an extremely obscure word in Spanish, it is an unfortunate homophone for "little male shrimp". The solution? They called him "gámbito", changing the accent from the I to the A. This form doesn't exist in Spain and is basically a made up word, but it was distinctive enough to be cool as a name, and it eventually stuck with the character in Spanish popular culture.
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Morality Pet
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comment
Morality Pet: Becomes one for X-23 in her solo series.
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The Charmer
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_e4bb68b8
comment
The Charmer: He's very adept at sweet-talking others and can really pour on the verbal charm if he wants to.
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Flight, Strength, Heart
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_e4cb63f0
comment
Flight, Strength, Heart Gambit used to have a power which had no practical applications but meant he could touch Rogue. Though this was useful as the two were lovers. He lost it, of course. He also had a "charm" power, which everyone except Chris Claremont completely ignored. It might have helped if he used it more than a couple times a year.
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Geek
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comment
Geek: Gambit has a healthy appreciation for things like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, Star Wars and Dune.
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Death Dealer
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_e658f2a8
comment
Death Dealer: One of the most iconic examples. As he puts it in X-Men: Evolution:
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Wimpification
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_e6945444
comment
Wimpification: His usual fate in the Slash Fic for the fandom.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_e6945444
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Mundane Utility
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comment
Mundane Utility: While it varies from story to story, he's been shown to have control over how quickly objects release their energy once he charges them. He's occasionally used his powers to turn an object (naturally, typically a playing card) into a light source, and he's also used charged objects to light his cigarettes.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_eff83d77
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Underhanded Hero
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_f1976bb
comment
Underhanded Hero: Gambit was a thief before joining the X-Men. He is incredibly acrobatic and makes extensive use of his Cajun charm.
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Stepford Snarker
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_f2be6700
comment
Stepford Snarker: Usually Gambit doesn't like to talk about his past or anything personal. Instead, he hides his negative feelings by using snark and charm that he could pass himself off as laid-back and charming to others.
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Gambit / Comicbook / int_f2be6700
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FacePalm
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_f9375414
comment
Face Palm: His icon in Marvel vs. Capcom.
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Kindhearted Cat Lover
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comment
Kind Hearted Cat Lover: He has three cats, and is very fond of them.
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Weakened by the Light
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comment
Weakened by the Light: Also subject to Depending on the Writer, but Gambit has permanent sensitivity to light. He's eventually caught on and started having sunglasses on hand regularly.
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Master of the Mixed Message
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comment
Master of the Mixed Message: He and Rogue take turns on this. Early on, Gambit was the one hot for Rogue, with her being extremely wishy-washy about her desire to be with him and angsting about her powers and past. Then, when she got over it and finally returned his feelings, his Dark and Troubled Past came to light and he became the wishy-washy party. From then on, it's continuously jumped back-and-forth between the two. In particular, during his 2012 series, Rogue becomes hostile to Gambit's new lover as the three work together, and when he calls her out on her attitude, she says she still loves him. As of 2018, they're finally married.
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Will They or Won't They?
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comment
Will They or Won't They?: He and Rogue have an on-again, off-again, on-again, off-again thing going. Not helping is things like Mystique actively doing what she can to get rid of Remy. They finally get married for the first time in issue #30 of X-Men: Gold, with a 2018 mini-series called "Mr. & Mrs. X" being set on their honeymoon.
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Depending on the Writer
 Gambit / Comicbook / int_fdc4fab4
comment
While it varies from story to story, he's been shown to have control over how quickly objects release their energy once he charges them. He's occasionally used his powers to turn an object (naturally, typically a playing card) into a light source, and he's also used charged objects to light his cigarettes.
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Dark and Troubled Past
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comment
Dark and Troubled Past: Kidnapped as an infant and raised by a society of thieves who believed that he was destined to unite several warring factions, wound up homeless and living on the streets before he was even a teenager, captured by an immortal mutant and sold into slavery, was later hired by Sinister, was roped into an arranged marriage and wound up killing the brother of his bride-to-be in a duel, was exiled from New Orleans, and eventually wound up taking part in a genocide without even knowing that that was his duty to repay Sinister... yeah, his formative years sucked. The fact that his past tends to have a way of coming back to bite him in the ass does not help matters.
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Affectionate Nickname / int_1fcada96
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Amazon Chaser / int_83348276
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Apocalypse Maiden / int_1fcada96
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Badass Longcoat / int_83348276
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Big Brother Mentor / int_83348276
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Black Eyes of Crazy / int_83348276
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Character Rerailment / int_83348276
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Charm Person / int_83348276
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder / int_83348276
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Civvie Spandex / int_83348276
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Combat Parkour / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Combo Platter Powers / int_83348276
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Conspicuous Gloves / int_83348276
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Death Dealer / int_83348276
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Deliberate Injury Gambit / int_83348276
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Dirty Mind-Reading / int_83348276
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Dynamic Entry / int_1fcada96
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Even the Guys Want Him / int_83348276
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Flight, Strength, Heart / int_83348276
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Flower Motifs / int_83348276
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Funetik Aksent / int_83348276
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Genghis Gambit / int_83348276
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Gentleman Thief / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Glamour / int_83348276
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action / int_1fcada96
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I Surrender, Suckers / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Impossible Theft / int_1fcada96
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Ladykiller in Love / int_83348276
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Made a Slave / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy / int_83348276
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My Greatest Failure / int_83348276
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My Real Daddy / int_1fcada96
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Not Even Bothering with the Accent / int_1fcada96
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Opposites Attract / int_83348276
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 Gambit / Comicbook
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Paper Master / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
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 Gambit / Comicbook
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Psychic Block Defense / int_83348276
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Psychic Static / int_83348276
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Psychoactive Powers / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Ragin' Cajun / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Rebel Relaxation / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Red Herring / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Retractable Weapon / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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 Gambit / Comicbook
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Shapeshifter Mode Lock / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Signature Move / int_83348276
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Simple Staff / int_83348276
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Smoking Is Cool / int_83348276
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Southern Gentleman / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad / int_83348276
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 Gambit / Comicbook
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Street Urchin / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
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Stringing The Hopeless Suitor Along / int_83348276
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Strong Family Resemblance / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Super Empowering / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Superhero / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Super Speed / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Superhero Sobriquets / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Supreme Chef / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Technicolor Eyes / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Technicolor Ninjas / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Telescoping Staff / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
The Big Easy / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
The Charmer / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
The Fagin / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
The Gambler / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
The Magic Touch / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
The Masochism Tango / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Touched by Vorlons / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Trenchcoat Brigade / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Twofer Token Minority / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Unresolved Sexual Tension / int_1fcada96
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
With My Hands Tied / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
You Must Be Cold / int_83348276
 Gambit / Comicbook
hasFeature
Your Cheating Heart / int_1fcada96
 MarvelVsCapcomClashOfTheSuperheroes
seeAlso
Gambit / Comicbook
 X-Men
seeAlso
Gambit / Comicbook
 X-Men
seeAlso
Gambit / Comicbook
 gambit
sameAs
Gambit / Comicbook