|Rogue - X-Men Evolution|
Power Theft (x2)
By touching another character, you can steal their powers and use them yourself!
When selecting this power at character creation, decide if Power Theft can be used to acquire natural, innate powers by touching another person or gimmick powers by touching a power device (it cannot be used on both).
Roll a Prowess test to touch the target against a difficulty of the target’s Prowess (an evading reaction, Acrobatics specialty bonus may apply). If successful, subtract your power level from the levels of all the target’s powers. You gain the powers at that level (the lesser of your Power Theft level and the target’s original level). The target retains any remaining power level. So if you have Power Theft 4 and touch a target with Fire Control 7, you gain Fire Control 4 and your target retains Fire Control 3. If your power level exceeds the subject’s power, you gain it at the target’s level and the target loses it entirely. Multiple touches have a cumulative effect, until all of the target’s power levels are gone (at which point there is no more left for you to steal).
You retain the stolen powers for ten times your Power Theft level in pages. Then you lose 1 level from each stolen power per page, and your target regains 1 level per page, until the stolen powers are completely gone.
You can steal powers from multiple targets, but only the highest level of any given power applies.
Using this power often comes with a price: you take on and internalize some of the negative baggage of the target. On a moderate success, you acquire all the target's challenge aspects for the duration the power is in effect as if they were your own. On a major success, you acquire one of the target's challenge aspects for the duration of the power (chosen randomly or by the GM). With a massive success, you do not take on any of the target's challenge aspects. You do not take on any of the target's challenge aspects with a failure outcome.
As a bonus power, you can make a power theft attack at extended range. You must make a Coordination test to hit the target of your attack.
|Rogue's appearance after stealing Mystique's powers|