| The BLU Rogues|
EDBW/VGCW Co-Op Team & EDBW/VGCW Stable
The BLU Rogues are a pirate-themed stable in VGCW consisting of Vyse, Guybrush Threepwood and The Demoman. They were originally an EDBW stable, but all got called up at once. Their name comes from a combination Vyse's group of pirates, the Blue Rogues, and the mercenary company that the Demoman works for, Builders' League United.
In VGCW Edit
Season 11 Edit
The mighty pirates were flying in their airship when a mysterious malfunction caused them to crash land in the middle of the VGCW arena. A rather impromptu way of getting called up; the Rouges seized this opportunity as Groose & His Gang of Bullys were already in the ring awaiting opponents. The Rogues were glad to oblige and after much fanfare and technical difficulties they were able to win their first match in the big leagues.
Season 12 Edit
Staying true to their pirate ways, the Rouges set their sight on the nearest treasure they could find, this being the Money in the Bank briefcase, now in possession of Ganondorf. Though they managed to steal it, it's previous owner wasn't about to let them get away with it and succeeded in tracking them down. Showing true pirate wit, however, the Rouges already hid the briefcase and were prepared to negotiate it's return for a price - Ganon's Triforce of Power. Unfortunately for them, the offer was denied with Ganon saying that it was the one thing we would not give up (in reality the Triforce was already in the possession of Miles Edgeworth). Instead, the briefcase was apparently traded for the dark lord's assistance during Demoman's and Vyse's doubles against the clock match with Final Fantasy 3 & Knuckles - Guybrush was unavailable as a manager because he was preoccupied with his coming Causal Champion match against Dr. Wily. Thanks in some part to Ganon's help, the Rouges did manage to score a win, and with a heel-pin by Vyse no less, however it came too late for them to move on in the competition for the Co-Op contendership. Their appearance drew noticeable ire from the crowd, thanks to both the nature of the pin, and Ganon, as the match was being held in Hyrule.