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|“||The main difference between EPF and military is that your enemies don't wear uniforms.||”|
— Rogue Tvarkov to her students in the Academy
Viktoriya Ivanovna Tvarkova|
May 15, 1992
Russian Taiga, Arctic Kingdom
August 20, 2032 (age 40)|
|Cause of death||Declared death in absentia|
|Body discovered||Never discovered|
|Residence||Altitude Street, Club Penguin, USA|
Dunya Katin Kuznetsova
|Education||Bachelor of Science in Criminology|
The Academy on the Art of Espionage |
Club Penguin Middle School
|Years active||2009 - 2032|
|Notable works||Assisting in the war efforts against terrorism across Antarctica|
|Home town||Fyodor, Rusca|
|Title||Commander of the Anti-Terrorism Division|
|Spouse(s)||Jason Antonio Laurenson (m. 2022)|
Natalia Tvariench-Tvarkov (adopted) |
Viktor Laurenson (b. 2024)
Valkyrie Laurenson (b. 2024)
Ivan Tvarkov |
Ezra Tvarkova (b. 1990) |
Joshua Tvarkov (b. 1992)
EPF (2010 - present) |
PSA (2008 - 2010)
|Years of service||2008 - 2032|
|Commands||Entirety of the Anti-Terrorism Division|
Operation: Blackout |
Project Infinite: The Beginning
Project Infinite: This is War
Project Infinite: The Legacy
Antarctic War on Terror
The Theta Contingency
The Tightrope Act
Force Star |
Multiple classified awards
Not to be confused with the user.
Rogue Alyssa Tvarkov, born Viktoriya Ivanovna Tvarkova, is known by many as the Commander of the Elite Penguin Force's Anti-Terrorism Division. She is known for her controversy as the first known foreign national to be given a high ranking position in the esteemed agency, as well as being the missing daughter of NRR Director Irina Trotskaya and General Ivan Tvarkov. Being a prominent Tvarkov outside of Rusca, she is renowned for her efficiency and high success rates as an operative.
Rogue is uniquely known for bearing exceptional strength and teleportation skills, a result of genetic tampering made by a distant ancestor several generations ago. Beyond the presumptions made with her name, she is often described by many to be down to earth in her leadership skills and much prefers to work with her own agency rather than step into the international limelight.
- 1 History
- 2 Personal Life
- 3 Description
- 4 Etymology
- 5 Aliases
- 6 Media Controversy
- 7 Personality
- 8 Strengths and Weaknesses
- 9 Involvement
- 10 Relations with Other Penguins
- 11 Pets
- 12 Trivia
- 13 Rumors About Rogue Tvarkov
- 14 Quotes
- 15 See Also
Rogue has faced things that have turned her into the efficient officer that she currently is. She has fought for her life in the early years of her existence, which would later make itself useful when she enters the intelligence community.
Rogue was born in the Russian Taiga, which is said to be a small alcove protected by Arctic technology to shield Northern Penguins from any untoward incidents involving humans. She is the twin sister of Nikita (later named Joshua) and younger sister of Ezra. Her parents were Irina and Ivan Tvarkov. She, along with her twin, enjoyed the first few months of their lives in the forest, often secluding themselves in the trees or in caves that dotted the Taiga. They preferred to play around in the night when there are little chances of humans ever finding them in the forests. This would be a headache for their older sister, seeing as it was not exactly a good thing for them to expose themselves in such a vulnerable place. Despite this, neither twin paid heed to these warnings.
Things changed when a breach in the shields prompted wild grizzly bears to walk into the alcove. In the panic, many who were present rushed to create a portal to get them out of there. The Tvarkov family made one that would teleport them to Rusca, which was on the opposite end of the globe. Chaos would unfold when Rogue and Nikita are pushed in too early by the rush of movements, sending them spiraling into a forest in Rusca. When the portal closed behind them, there was no way for the twins to be able to find their parents. This would lead to them making their way back to civilization by wandering around the forest, trying and failing to find friendly penguins who would help them rather than shoo them off. They would have to resort to stealing from campsites and climbing up trees for food, which is proven to be difficult for two little chicks.
Wild puffles found their campsite and tried to make it their own, causing the twins to flee. While escaping, they somehow managed to separate from each other. Without knowing where she was going, Rogue stumbled and smacked her head on a tree, rendering herself unconscious. This caused her to lose her memories.
Blip of Domesticity
As a wandering amnesiac, it didn't help her the slightest that she had no idea who she was and what she was looking for. She would eventually find herself in a little town (named Fyodor) at the border of the forest, where she would beg for food and ask for help. Many would turn their heads away from her, except an old widow who took her in. The widow was delighted to have a little child to care for, and she took care of Rogue as if she were her own kin. Given that she could not remember her own name, she had been named as Dunya. Rogue (named as Dunya) quickly grew attached to this widow, who she lovingly called Babushka (grandmother). She was more than willing to help the woman in her day to day tasks, doing so much as carrying firewood whenever her Babushka felt too tired or was too busy to do it herself. It felt good to finally have someone who would care for her, and Rogue adored every second of affection that was given to her. In return, she would reciprocate these feelings tenfold, acting as an anchor for the woman whenever she felt grievous.
Things would change when the Ruscan Syndicate raids the little town. Rogue had tried her best to protect her Babushka, using mostly her strength to push away the henchmen and keep her Babushka behind her. This would be fruitless when one of them raises their gun and fire at the woman behind her, grazing Rogue's flipper and killing her Babushka. Rogue would be dragged away from the little house she called home screaming for her dead Babushka and placed with the other children in a truck that would bring them to Muscovgrad.
With the lack of surname, Rogue was forced to choose what surname she is to keep for herself. In honor of her Babushka, she called herself Kuznetsova.
The Ruscan Syndicate
At the age of 5, Rogue was thrust into the criminal underworld without much ceremony. She was used mostly to do the chores that the henchmen needed someone else to do, like cleaning clothes and dusting shelves. Food was sparse for children like her, and she grew to be thin and weak. Despite this, Rogue had to persevere, otherwise, she would be traded off to trafficking groups. She kept herself as mediocre as possible, even if it seemed unnatural for her to be a little bit stronger than the other children or a bit more faster and nimbler. Sometimes, she would be brought along as an "accessory" in kill missions, used by whatever operative needed to look as inconspicuous in a crowd. This would be the only glimpses of normal life that Rogue would see, which she often daydreamed about in her bunk whenever she was sent back to the syndicate.
Syndicate members took notice of her strength and speed, despite the efforts she makes to keep them hidden. A glimpse at her back would reveal that she was more than what they thought she was, finding the tiny mark of a Tvarkov coat of arms fading on it. This would prompt them to use her as an operative for high-stakes missions, much to the chagrin of the girl. It would be a waste to use Tvarkov blood on mere chores and accessory duty, and they were quick to train her and make her an efficient killer. Rogue would be greatly bothered with working for the very penguins who took her peace away, but she would much rather be outside doing their dirty work than rotting in their basements.
Rogue would grow to be excellent in her field, becoming unhesitant and unbothered by what she has to do.
Refuge to Club Penguin
Throughout the course of her life working for the Ruscan Syndicate, she was offered a bunk of her own as well as a steady salary. She would store a large amount of her salary under her mattress in hopes of accumulating enough money to run away from the country, though lacking a proper plan as to where she would go. Besides this, she would also use her money to buy herself textbooks to study English and basic subjects, often staying awake all night just to read and take note of what she's learning. When in the field, she tried to get the job done as quick as possible, just so that she wouldn't think too hard about what had happened or lament too much about what she's done. Things would change when she is tasked to wipe out a journalist and his family, with the specific instructions to make sure she had no witnesses. This would greatly bother her when she sits back to wait for extraction in the journalist's living room, looking at the mess that she has made of the home.
Rogue disappeared from the compound at the early hours of dawn, carrying nothing but a duffle bag full of clothes and money. She would use the money to get into a boat to mainland Antarctica, where she remained in South Pole City to ponder on her next move. She finds out about the PSA while she's hiding out in bar alleyways, where she decided to make a run for it to Club Penguin. When the Syndicate found out about what her plans were, they quickly scrambled sleeper agents to get to her and delete her. Rogue was forced to take down all of them or escape from them before hopping into the boat that will take her to the island. Following her arrival, she surrendered herself to the PSA and allowed herself to be questioned about her motives in going into the island.
In exchange for information about the Ruscan Syndicate and their positions within the Antarctic region, she only requested to be granted a peaceful life within the Island. Seeing as she refused to go through the system of foster care and that she was deemed a bit too dangerous in the flippers of civilians, she was sent to live with Agent Mike Prisma. Their relationship would be most pleasant, with Rogue going to a nearby public school for the first few months of her life in Club Penguin. Prisma was helpful in improving her English, even encouraging her to try learning new languages by handing her textbooks. She began to grow an interest in Prisma's job, often questioning the man about the scope and grounds of his work. This would lead her to ask if she may apply under the Heracles program, despite the likely hesitance of the agency.
Rogue was part of Batch 207 of The Academy, best known for its high statistics of Heracles cadets. Within the school, she was constantly monitored by faculty and stationed PSA agents, and would regularly be sent to the satellite station in order to discuss what she's been studying and what additional classes she needs to take. While she was naturally good in most tradecraft classes, she needed more focus on academic subjects. When she wasn't running laps around the oval or doing target practice in the indoor shooting range, she was reading up on geometry and criminal theory. Due to this, she often kept to herself and did not really interact with the rest of the batch unless she wanted to.
She graduated from the Heracles program a year later with flying colors.
While leadership saw the potential of using her near-perfect tradecraft skills in the field, they also took into consideration her value as an asset to the agency. There was no way they could simply let her loose without the Ruscan government finding out, hence why they were forced to figure out an alternative position for her. With consideration of her calculating personality, she was put as a field analyst who was mostly tapped for cases that need delicate handling and investigation before someone can point a team to break down a door. Rogue was stationed in Club Penguin, where she mostly worked with Special Agent Laurenson's squad. Within the PSA, she showed a positive attitude towards work and dedication to her craft, with extreme accuracy with her analysis and investigations. When she wasn't crunching numbers or studying data, she was also part of raids, clearing operations, and party security. She would also be sent on missions that the agency needed to be done by a single agent with her skill set.
Rogue was in Eastshield along with a squad when the Popcorn Explosion occurred, investigating an illegal arms smuggling ring.
Chief Analyst of Division Beta
Upon returning to the Island, she took part in trying to retrieve any data from the PSA servers after the explosion that destroyed the main headquarters. It did not take long before she was approached by the EPF, who offered her a position as the chief analyst of their international division, the Beta Division. Rogue was sent back to the Academy to take additional courses and special training for her new position, before she was sent to Rusca to focus on cases within the Ninja Archipelago region. She was constantly sent to stations within the area for various cases, hardly returning to the Island unless special cases required her to personally report to headquarters. In many instances that this happens, she is often paired with Jason for missions assigned to them by the Director themselves.
As an EPF agent, she found herself experiencing a balanced combination of field and office work. When she wasn't on the field, she was mostly perusing bytes of information that could possibly assist them in missions that are reliant on it. She would also orchestra multiple operations around her jurisdiction, acting as a mission handler given the sensitivity of her job. When she herself is on the field, she is often appointed as the head of a raid or the main agent on a case.
At some point in her tenure as an analyst, questions arose on her seemingly enhanced being. EPF Ruscan scientists illegally drew blood from Rogue after a botched mission for analysis, and signs pointed to potential Tvarkov heritage. Operation: Blackout occurred before any of these findings could be reported.
Commander of the Anti-Terrorism Division
It was high time for the agency to establish a specialist division that puts anti-terrorism as its main advocacy. After displaying clear leadership skills after Blackout that would suit the new division, as well as bearing a track record of successful anti-terrorist cases, the Director appointed Rogue as the first commander of the Anti-Terrorism Division.
As a gift for her return to the family, a peaked cap was given to her by her parents for her to wear during her appointment. Rogue introduced herself to the world as a Tvarkov for the first time, which caused ripples of shock from both the Antarctican and Ruscan communities. She was there to oversee construction of the Anti-Terrorism Main Office along with the several satellite offices stretched out across the various branches. She made herself prominent as the brains behind every successful ATD operation that helped in stomping out terrorism from the continent. Her shrewd personality combined with her military-like approach towards operations made her a respected image as the leading intelligence officer against terrorism.
Rollback in the RTF
Little is known about her involvement with the Bureau of Fiction besides that she was part of the Department of Rollbacks. It's unknown when Rogue began to work under the department, why she entered the organization, and for how long she's stayed with them. Due to her ethnicity and the manner of how she got to Antarctica, she has long since been in the Bureau's radar and henceforth a viable candidate for its ranks. It's presumed that she was approached for assistance in reversing hacking and vandalism due to the wide scope of territories she keeps watch over, especially since she's well-versed with these experiences as commander of the ATD.
Rogue accepted these responsibilities as part of her EPF workload, mostly relaying information to the department whenever necessary. During her tenure in the BoF, she was at best a Level 6 RTF officer who preferred using Rollback weapons rather than the Rollback Spell.
At the age of 40, Rogue disembarked on a series of routine missions as a way to step out of the office every once in a while. She brought with her a special team of agents she's picked herself, with notable figures being Adrian Hepson and Bridgett Castro. During these missions, she followed leads of cases that have gone cold and were interesting enough to investigate. The team was responsible for taking down numerous terrorist cells in the Ninja Archipelago, as well as tracking down weapons smuggling rings in Slumolia. Her doubled efforts were received well by the UAN, especially since they believed her work was beneficial as the USA's foremost officer against terrorism.
Later on in the missions, when they were tracking down the last few terrorist cells, Tvarkov and her team were brought to the borders of Snowzerland. Intel suggested that there were extremist rebels who camped in its borders, and they had been given the go signal by the agency to swoop in and take down the cell. The following conclusions have been made based on evidence found after the incident. It is presumed that well into the midnight of that mission along the border, Rogue and her team was attacked by terrorists. The team had sustained heavy gunfire in their part as they struggled to break through the field between them to get to the terrorists. Rogue was allegedly taken along with Hepson and Castro, while the rest of the team was deleted. This was all found when a distress signal was found activated at around the location of the attack.
John "Jack" Reyes assumed her position as commander of the division as per instructions in her final instructions before entering the missions. As commander, he had sent out search parties in search of the missing commander but eventually called them back after searches were deemed fruitless.
In her early years as Commander, Rogue adopted Natalia Tvariench after the death of the girl's biological mother, Catherine. It's believed that she had to face legal opposition since many questioned her validity to adopt the child. Armed with the final letter and will of the agent at the time of her death, she proved herself to be the designated guardian of the daughter. It's reported that the presence of a little girl prompted her to better care for herself and learn how to properly take care of another penguin.
Rogue and Jason Laurenson got married in the fall of 2022. This was met with positive praise despite the initial repercussions stemmed from anti-fraternization policies in the EPF. Due to their ranks within the agency, it was necessary to seemingly "earn the approval" of the Director before making any moves concerning marriage. Since they were from two very different divisions that hardly intersect unless necessary, however, the two were allowed to wed. It's said that their wedding was a small affair that consisted of close friends and family.
Many would describe the couple's relationship to be distanced and detached, as Jason has to remain in Gemini while Rogue has to stay with her main office in the Island. They both took absolute care of Natalia, who was more than happy to have two parents once more. By then, they've remodeled Rogue's home to something both of them would agree with, with all of Jason's stuff included into the mix. It's rumored that either would leave little gifts around the house from missions they were on as an apology to the other for being gone for so long.
In 2024, they had twins named Vladimir and Valkyrie Laurenson. This would prompt Jason to transfer his base of operations to the Island so he can spend time with his children, where he was often seen to be a bright and supportive father. They managed to be a complete and wholesome family until Rogue's death in 2040, which would make Jason reluctantly return to Gemini with his twins and adoptive daughter in tow.
Rogue is best described as a yellow feathered penguin with a tall, athletic frame. Her black hair is always pulled back into a small ponytail and paired with equally black eyes. She keeps up an office attire of a white dress shirt with a black necktie, a black dress skirt, and heels or flats whenever she feels like it. She can often be seen wearing a black and white military cap with golden olive leaves and the EPF badge when representing the EPF in official business.
- EPF Phone - Much like every agent on the agency, Rogue keeps her phone on her at all times in a little pocket hidden in the seams of her skirt. As a commander, however, hers is more equipped towards accessing the EPF and ATD database. She also has an application for directly contacting Lynx and several other classified communication channels.
- Headset - Her headset is a thin and black contraption that hardly ever gets off of her person. It is often used for her to communicate with different personnel and control communications traffic in the ATD Main Office. She may also use it to consult Lynx for anything that requires their assistance.
- Smartwatch - Rogue keeps a customized smartwatch designed by the Weaponry Development Division on her right wrist. It's mainly there to monitor her vital signs, project holograms from her phone, or summon Lynx with the flick of her wrist. Of course, it also tells time in military formatting.
- Standard-issue baton - Allegedly designed by former Commander Nick Tang, the baton is a standard weapon that is fitted with a small taser that's meant to be used in close combat situations. It's rumored that she was one of the first penguins to field test them.
- Standard-issue pistol - Rogue uses an ice bullet pistol that she keeps tucked in the inside of her skirt.
- Unknown crystal pendant - A bright blue crystal pendant of unknown origin is sometimes seen to be worn around her neck, tucked under her shirt for no one to see. It allegedly emits a bright glow in dark area, hence its use by the commander.
Rogue's birth name follows standard Russian naming conventions, which consists of a given name, a patronymic, and the feminine form of her father's surname. She has never used this version of her name since her migration to the USA, with records of it being used found only in Rusca and the BoF.
Viktoriya is a Russian variant of "Victoria", a Latin name that means "conqueror" and "victory". It is also the name of the Roman goddess of victory, who was typically worshipped by generals upon return from war. It's also the same name given to Queen Victoria, the long-ruling monarch of Great Britain who possessed refinery and elegance. The meaning of her name is a parallel to her brother's real name, Nikita, which means "unconquerable".
The origins of her surname, however, remain unknown. It's most likely a variant of the surname "Tsaryov (Russian: Царёв)", with its origins rooting back to "tsar". This is probably a reference to the family's former rule as part of the royal court during the time of the Tsars in Ruscan history.
The adoptive name that Rogue acquired while she was in Fyodor was "Dunya Katin Kuznetsova". It's worth noting that a matronymic was used instead of a patronymic due to the lack of father figures that could possibly be used to adopt one. Dunya is a pet form of "Avdotya", a variant of the Latin name "Eudocia", which means "good-seeming". Kuznetsova is a common surname in Russian that is the English version of "Smith", referencing the occupation of blacksmiths.
Her current name, Rogue, is said to have been taken from a fantasy game that she was perusing while she was under the guardianship of Agent Prisma. A rogue in the game Dungeons & Dragons is a character class characterized by versatility and mischief. This character can come from any alignment and typically lacks a specific side to play for.
It's an open secret that Rogue uses aliases whenever she's on the field per the common protocols to ensure the security of her identity. With this, these are the known aliases she uses:
- Bloodshedder - Rogue earned this codename after a particularly bloody PSA mission that she had to do on her own per the orders of the Director.
- CRT (pronunciation can either see/arr/tee or Charlie/Romeo/tango) - The acronym for Commander Rogue Tvarkov, commonly used as radio talk.
- Redline - This is a codename she received during her time in The Academy, in which she often pushed herself to her own "red line" to keep up with the rest of the cadets.
- Tina Frostnight - This is an alias she uses in the USA. It is known that there are 2 bank accounts under this name.
- Veronica Willows - This is an alias she uses in Puffle'and. It is known that there are an apartment and 3 bank accounts under this name.
Although Rogue's promotion to Commander position resonated positively in the intelligence community, not many Antarcticans and Ruscans were pleased with what has transpired. She has been the subject of numerous inquiries and criticism made by the media since the start of her administration, with controversy spiking whenever she is on the field or when she is at the forefront of an international incident. Most of these criticisms question her background as part of the Tvarkov bloodline, the possibility of her abuse of power, and her actions as a leader throughout the years.
|“|| Tvarkov is possibly the first non-Antarctican in history to be given a high-ranking position in the esteemed Elite Penguin Force. Along with this privilege, she's also been entitled to a new division that is hers to form with zero blueprints. Sure, we can acknowledge the fact that the EPF does hire foreign nationals for their diverse repertoire, but should it translate to equal opportunities in such a position in an Antarctic agency?
It's been said that Tvarkov has been appointed after the events that transpired in Club Penguin and the Operation: Blackout fiasco. That being said, doesn't it seem as if the EPF is turning their own ranks into "rewards" for officers who are hardly even qualified for the said position? We hardly even know who Tvarkov was until she was put into power, so how can we trust her to be who the agency can rely on?
— "Wolf in sheep's clothing: The Ruscan in the EPF's leadership", The South Pole Times in December 2012
|“||The newest reveal of the missing Tvarkova becoming the new EPF commander of a brand new specialist division has rippled the country and brought about once more questions regarding the power of the Tvarkov clan. Whether or not this screams power hunger or a strong display of influence remains unclear to the Ruscan public. Tvarkova's position has put us all in the suspicion that she is the next avenue for the family to abuse and extend power granted to them...||”|
— "Tvarkovs branch out power through estranged daughter", Ruscan Tattle in January 2013
[Note: The author of this opinion article was later found dead in a ditch. The police ruled it as a robbery.]
Rogue can very easily be described as someone with a no-nonsense personality, often frowning upon jokes during work hours. She tends to keep herself away from others while working, as she wants to concentrate on what she is doing in order to do it right. Due to this, many have mistaken her to be isolated and hostile towards social interaction. Although not that false, it is still an inaccurate description of the young general. Many could consider her to be strict and domineering, as her temper often makes an appearance during stressful times. Despite these rather negative descriptives, Rogue can be seen as approachable especially in times when her opinion is needed. On lighter days, Rogue can often be seen trying to converse with regular agents to get personal insight on recent endeavors her division look into. These insights often help her in ways to further manage her division, as well as care for the agents within it.
Many can agree on the fact that Rogue is an excellent leader. Her quick thinking and open-mindedness have been the key to many successful operations, as well as her efficiency in conducting them. Her broad thinking often helps in finding a solution to problems, and it almost seems that she blossoms under pressure. Although seemingly authoritative, her way of commandeering an entire division in one of the best agencies in Antarctica can only be remarked as relentlessly harsh. She can be seen as persistent in getting what she wants and is more than willing to fight for it until her last breath. Often her harsh leadership skills depict her as an intimidating woman, but that is not always the case. To her division, she is seen as a mother figure: strict with her children but only for good reason.
As an operative, Rogue is remarkably cold and efficient. She is more than willing to fight tooth and dagger to finish a mission, her hell-bent attitude often leaving destruction at her wake. Although her methods are questionable, Rogue often gets the job done no matter what it takes. It's known that she uses persuasion as excellently as she uses assassination and finds torture as her go-to way of obtaining information during desperate times.
In the private confines of home and tight social circles, though, outsiders would be surprised to find that the general is a very happy woman. With a little girl under her wing, Rogue often finds herself smiling at her adoptive daughter's antics. In the presence of family and friends, she would appear lax and care-free, often keeping up with a conversation with ease. Her sarcastic jokes and conversation have made her a darling to those who know her personally. Often, she would be giving penguins advice when they want it.
Strengths and Weaknesses
- Accelerated healing - Due to her enhancements, Rogue heals faster than most penguins. She can recover quickly from the simplest of papercuts to gunshot wounds in a matter of hours.
- Extreme strength - Rogue can possess extreme levels of strength that is mostly utilized whenever she's on the field. The extent of this power can go so far as to lifting and bending metal with her bare flippers.
- Polyglot - She is fluent in German, Italian, and Spanish next to Russian and English. It's believed, however, that she also understands Arctic languages.
- Abandoned puffles - She has a soft spot for abandoned creatures.
- Cheese - Rogue likes a good cheese platter every now and then, and would often spend time appreciating all of the cheeses.
- Magic - She is susceptible to whatever form of magic would be thrown at her, whether this is through Card Jitsu or pure, unadulterated magic.
- Silver - It is known that she has an allergic reaction to silver, and she exhibits slower healing time with injuries caused by the metal.
- Verium - No known reason is given as to why she has a severe reaction to Verium exposure. This is usually exhibited by faintness and lacking ability to concentrate.
When a distant ancestor tampered with the genetic code of the Tvarkov bloodline, it affected his family for generations. Rogue exhibits the ability to shift her appearance, teleport an undisclosed distance, and carry heavy objects without so much as breaking a sweat. Additionally, she exhibits enhanced senses and healing, often taking hours to heal what would take a normal penguin a month or so. All of these make her a formidable opponent in the field and in the sparring mat while also making her a respectable agent of the agency.
In recent years, however, Rogue has been decreasing her usage of her special abilities. She's reasoned that this could easily drain her of her energy, also citing pain in manipulating her body into tapping into these abilities.
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!
Rogue is thrust into a situation she doesn't ask for when she's suddenly proclaimed temporary agent-in-charge following the abduction of Gary the Gadget Guy. With suddenly having to manage many agents under headquarters, she's forced to remain in the Island and keep track of what's going on as more and more agents are abducted. Her field skills were put to the test when she and her team has to infiltrate Herbert's lab in an attempt to rescue whoever was kidnapped and stopped him from accomplishing his plans.
She is injured by Herbert during an intense battle that temporarily impairs her sight. While nursing her injuries, she's sent to Rusca based on intel that pointed to the country. This would prompt her to (accidentally) meet her family and join together in a final battle to confront Herbert. After Gary is reinstated as agent-in-charge and Rogue is expected to return to her duties, she is picked to lead a new division within the agency called the Anti-Terrorism Division.
As the newly instated head of the Anti-Terrorism Division, Rogue's attention is towards formulating and creating her division into one that she believes is rightful for the agency she serves under. Developing the division that's hers to manage was more of her speed rather than anything else. The Director, however, has other plans for her as she is suddenly sent on a high-profile operation to capture or kill terrorists from an unknown group called the TTNM.
Her field skills are once more put to the test as she is suddenly hoping from one country to the other with no hope of stopping. While leaving a trail of dead terrorists, she also has to gather further details to finally finish off the group while balancing her work as a commander. To ease her burdens, the Director sends her help in the form of fellow agents and military personnel of the country she moves in.
A genetics experiment goes wrong when Joshua Helixon escapes the EPF and wrecks havoc in the entirety of Club Penguin. Seemingly overcome by rage, he is hellbent on challenging Rogue as he believes himself to be superior to her now that he's been enhanced. As the only known agent who can stop him, she is forced to comply and go after him.
A sudden blossoming of enhanced penguins leads her to Rusca, leading to her collaborate with her family despite their rather estranged relationship. While exploring the depth of her family's control over the country and its rich history, a mishap reveals to the public the whole incident. While both the EPF and her family scrambled to ease the public's worries over the possibility of an enhanced terrorist, Rogue is attacked and gravely injured. In a final attempt to protect herself, she gives herself no choice but to retreat in the walls of her family's residency.
After the turn of events in Rusca, Rogue finally returns to Club Penguin only to find out that a hacking is taking place. Upon investigation, she finds out that a mole within the ranks of her agency is behind the latest attack. This would explain the numerous attacks that Infinites would land on them, always seemingly one step ahead whenever they try to get the upper hand. While she struggles to figure out who is the mole, she finds out that Catherine Tvariench, the head psychologist of the division, is kidnapped.
With orders to find Tvariench and rescue her, she is urged to break into their lair. Spurred on by curiosity, she also considers gathering information for the purposes of gaining a foothold against the Infinites. She finds out that serum reproduction is underway using a stolen sample, but is thwarted by a rebel who intercepts her arrival. Much to her dismay, Tvariench died in an attempt to protect her. Driven by her death, Rogue becomes pursuant of the mole and eventually finishes him off herself. In her grief, she is told that Natalia has been left in her care per the final letter of her late mother.
Following the events that happened in the Toughest Mountain, Rogue finds herself traumatized by the death of her mentor and head psychologist. This has been the subject of EPF psychologist Cory Millers' attention, who has been adamant in getting Rogue to converse with her regarding what she felt during Tvariench's death. Despite it, Rogue has been stubborn and refused to tell Millers.
In wake of this, however, Rogue is forced to face the music after an attack at EPF headquarters and kidnapping schemes puts the EPF in yet another precarious position. Amidst tensions and lacking options, the Director offers her a solution: they can attempt to confront Helixon and talk out a compromise that could end the whole conflict. This ultimately backfires when Helixon poisons and imprisons her in their lair. This would prompt the EPF to scramble a team to rescue her, but they fail to do so after Rogue is presumed dead. She proves them wrong a week later after coming back alive.
Rogue is later interrogated and checked for any signs of injury and is said to have negotiated for easier handling of Helixon.
Rogue was the main suspect of the 2015 South Pole City train attacks after strands of her DNA were found on the backpacks used to blow up the train stations. Clovis and Leonardo had been sent to Rusca to confront her about it. She was at her office in the NRR when they landed and had gone to an exhibition after her shift. She then went on vacation in her family's rest house on Krym Island, where she would later be confronted by the said agents. After confirmation that she was indeed framed, Rogue began to assist Clovis and Leonardo in hunting down for the true suspects of the terrorist attack.
While it remains rather vague how she was involved in the war on terror, Rogue is known to be an avid supporter of it. She appears regularly for EPF conferences concerning terrorist activities and is known for her strong views on raiding suspected terrorist locations. Under the banner of the United States of Antarctica, she supports the international community's methods of stopping terrorism and often assists in orchestrating takedown operations all over the continent. Additionally, she is said to have been providing involved countries intelligence regarding local and international terrorist cells that may be in the country's borders. As a result, Tvarkov has received various criticism for her views and actions, especially her rather unorthodox manner of capturing terrorists. Nevertheless, the high success rate of her operations keep these criticisms from overtaking her.
It remains unknown if Tvarkov has ever personally been in any of these missions.
Rogue was in the Academy Island when the hackings had begun. When it became clear that the hacking was meant to paralyze the island, Rogue had been sent back to handle damage control as well as standby for any orders coming from the Director themselves. After the hacking was pushed to become a high priority case, she along with Delta Division leader Jason Laurenson took on the task of looking for the hacker. It did not take long for the hunt to become heated as the hacker began hacking other countries, with their own intelligence agencies taking up interesting in taking the hacker for themselves. After ardent search and clashing of national interests, the UAN had called for a joint taskforce in which all agencies collaborated with the common goal of finding the hacker. Rogue and Jason were easily pushed to take the lead.
Not long after the call for a taskforce to be created, the leaks began to occur. The online world found itself being flooded with sensitive government information that caused protests, scandals, and uprisings. With the urgency increased, the duo had worked harder to find answers and apprehend the hacker. When no answers were coming through, Rogue had sought the help of Nickolas Tang and Dr. Kowalski to assist in the investigation.
When trouble brews on the horizon in the form of kidnapping statistics running high all over the continent, Rogue is sent to the UAN headquarters in South Pole City per the activation of the Security Council. She along with agents Piri Perez and John Reyes find themselves with a team of agents from the various intelligence agencies, tasked to finding out what happened to those who disappeared, who The Public is, and what can be done to stop them.
The investigations would lead them to learn that The Public has three major strongholds in three different locations: Rusca, United Provinces, and Margate. It's presumed that to effectively dismantle the Public it would be best to attack these three strongholds through militaristic raids that would eliminate terrorists as well as liberate hostages. As Rogue continues to study and research about her assignment, however, she finds herself conflicted when she realizes that this is an indirect consequence to her previous case involving Theta.
Relations with Other Penguins
- Many like to point out that Tux was the first major promotion the EPF has seen in the start of 2012 since he had assumed Commander position for the newly-created Special Intelligence Division. This parallels with Rogue, who became the last major promotion of the EPF by December of the same year as the Commander of the Anti-Terrorism Division. With this, both share equal respect for each other's craft. In light of recent events, however, they've increasingly been getting together to collaborate on important matters and operations.
- Finding out that they were both considered related to each other was a pure chance of luck that involved a series of events neither would publically divulge. Despite this, the two appear to have warm relations with each other, with Rogue sometimes visiting him at an unknown location to chat. It's reported that due to this she constantly submits herself to monthly polygraph tests for the EPF to know the current schemes and whereabouts of Amigopen.
A majority of Rogue's puffles were stray puffles before they were adopted. While many of them are in the elite puffles program for the Anti-Terrorism Division, some of them remain at home. The following are her pets:
- Frost - a white puffle, Frost is an Anti-Terrorism Elite Puffle, and serves her master at times of distress.
- Rock - a black puffle, Rock is close friends with Flare, the black Elite Puffle. He serves his master in cooking when she wants to. He is also an Elite Puffle.
- Snap - a yellow puffle, Snap is a close friend of Chirp, and both are mischievous. Both like pranking the other agents. She often serves Rogue as her disguise artist.
- Fire - a red puffle, he is friends with both Yarr and Blast. He often helps Rogue in navigation.
- Flyby - a green puffle, he is friends with Flit. He helps his master in aviation.
- Terrence - a brown puffle, he likes fixing Rogue's phone whenever she breaks it during a mission.
- Carey - a pink puffle, she is the athletics expert for Rogue. She is in charge of her eating habits and exercise periods.
- Dulce - a blue puffle, she is Rouge's baker at times.
- Jazz - her purple puffle, Jazz is Rogue's dancing puffle who entertains her.
- Cornelius - her orange puffle, he likes chewing nearly all of Rogue's boots (except her electronic shock boots).
- Tackler - her rainbow puffle, she called him 'Tackler' because she was only guarding the Cloud Forest when the puffle who chooses her tackles her to the ground (or in the cloud's case, cloud).
- Ethan - her crimson puffle, Ethan helps her layout plans at her igloo, and he accompanies Rogue in her work. He is an Anti-Terrorism Elite Puffle and is by technical the leader of the whole ATEP.
- Honor - her golden puffle, Honor is a very quick puffle who is often the pride and honor of Rogue.
- Rogue's English lacks an accent whenever she is speaking, which is probably why many assume that she was born and raised in the USA (though that's not that far-fetched). The only instances when she uses an accent is when she's on the field as an undercover operative.
- She occasionally visits Rusca for recreational purposes, primarily to see her family.
- Rogue is left-handed.
- Although Rogue technically bears triple citizenship, her Arctic citizenship is not recognized by any Antarctic nations. Hence, it only appears in her file at the BoF and nowhere else.
- Don't ever give her Mysterious Pork. Ever. And don't ask.
- Criminals often call her "The EPF's Golden Girl" due to her feather color and notoriety.
- She speaks Russian when disappointed or tensed.
- As mentioned in Project Infinite: The Beginning, Rogue accidentally placed five tablespoons of salt into her coffee at one point.
Rumors About Rogue Tvarkov
- She, more or less, had a romantic relationship with Jet Pack Guy.
- This is false. Both commanders do not have an affair nor romantic feelings for each other. The roots of this rumor can be traced back to her early days in the PSA when she was seen with the said agent for waddle squad operations. More often than not, they were seen to be able to get along professionally, to the extent of sometimes talking casually beyond the borders of their work. Many would continue to speculate over their relationship due to their work ethics and similar personalities when it comes to their inner and outer social circles.
- Rogue's involvement in Operation: Takedown is a myth.
- This is false. Rogue was involved as a deep-cover agent somewhere in the Ninja Archipelago at the time of the operation under the alias "Asset 4". Her main role throughout the mission was to ensure that no leaks would occur with the other deep-cover agents who were within the ring they were investigating. She wasn't ever mentioned by real name due to the fact that she was under probation due to a previous field mission she participated in. Her sudden return to duty sans repercussions would have prompted many to question the leadership's thoughts of her.
- The reason why the rumor was made in the first place was due to some talk pointing out inconsistencies in Rogue's attendance records and eyewitness accounts. However, no one exactly prodded it seeing as they've chalked it up to her probation status under the agency. Rogue was actually pleased they didn't pry information from her.
- She was the operative who was codenamed "Red Scarf" during Operation: Man-hunt.
- This is false. Operation: Man-hunt was a highly classified mission that occurred somewhere in Polaris that required the best of the best of the agency to step in, leading many to assume that she was part of this roster. At the time, she was working in a mission in Zhou concerning an illegal arms ring that supplied weapons to known terrorist groups. Her only known involvement would be in providing input regarding information that was patched into her.
- Rogue is not her real name.
- This is true, though her actual name remains a mystery to everyone. Given that both she and her twin had forgotten their own memories before the events that lead to their separation, it is possible that both of them may have taken up a different name for the time being. Suspicions on her birth name arose with the reveal that her twin's name, Joshua, is not his birth name, putting it as Nikita. The Commander since then has been absolutely casual with mentioning that Rogue is not her real name.
- It is worth noting that neither the EPF nor the Ruscan public is aware of Rogue's birth name, seeing as she is not voluntarily divulging this information.
- "Okay, who took my coffee?"
- "I don't know what that is, but for all I know, it ain't pretty."
- "No sacrifices when you work with me."
- "We just lost 60 seconds thanks to someone who can't tie their shoelaces."
- "Okay, 120 seconds."
- "YOU CAN'T SHOOT A GUN PROPERLY AND YET YOU APPLY FOR A POSITION IN MY DIVISION?"
- "I'll get back to you on this."
- "No one asked for your opinion, Joshua."
Professor:" Ms. Kuznetsova!"
(Rogue falls off her chair in the Academy, she was asleep.)
Rogue: "What is it?"
Professor: "Answer the math problem on the board!"
(Rogue stares at the board. Written on it is 44 x 44 = ?)
Rogue: "Eh uh... I'll pass."
As A RTF Member
Amigopen: "Hey Rogue, can you please cover for me while I'm gone?"
Rogue: "Uh... sure, Amigo..."
(Amigopen leaves the room, Rogue stares at the computer before her and looks through some wiki articles)
Rogue: "Wait a minute! I wanna see my own article!"
(Rogue looks up her name and finds her own article. She snickers and adds in more info that is a bit OOC)
Rogue: "Oh yeah I'm done!"
(Rogue submits, but five minutes later finds out that Director Benny reverted her edit.)
Rogue: "CURSE YOU DIRECTOR BENNY!"
Amigopen: "Hey Rogue look at this."
(Amigopen shows her a little bit OOC info in a certain article)
Rogue: "Hey, wait a minute. Give me that!"
(Rogue tackles Amigopen to the ground and rollbacks the edit on the tablet.)
To Family Members
(Amigopen realizes why Ezra ran off)
Amigopen: "OH NO YOU DON'T!!!"
(Amigopen panics while Rogue is left confused.)
(Amigopen runs out of the place, Rogue runs after him)
Rogue: "Amigo! Amigo wait! Come back; you don't understand!"
(Rogue leaves the room, chasing Amigopen.)
Nat: "Why do you call yourself Tvarkov and not Tvarkova?"
Rogue: "Penguins always assume that I'm male. Just want to have an element of surprise when they see me."
Nat: "Oh, no wonder you're called rogue Tvarkov."
Rogue: "I can't believe Katya Tvarkova saved 2017."
Katya: "Oh, you're flattering me."
Rogue: "I say it again. I can't believe Katya Tvarkova saved 2017."
|The Position of
Commander of the Anti-Terrorism Division
Elite Penguin Force,
as held by Rogue Tvarkov
2012 - 2035
| Succeeded by|
John "Jack" Reyes