Well, the differences can depend on the chosen definition... Rogue can mean: someone or something that chooses a different path or course of action then is acceptable, a villain, a menace, a criminal.... Or a rascal. A rascal is more like a pain in butt than a horrible or dangerous person though. A mischievous kid who plays pranks is a rascal, or a grownup joker can be a rascal ( as long as they're pranks are somewhat innocent ). A rouge can be very dangerous though and has self satisfying goals all their own. But a rouge doesn't need to be dangerous, just different. The terms can mean the same thing, just depends on what type of rouge or rascal the person is. Just like a criminal isn't necessarily dangerous.... Maybe he/ she smokes pot in a state that hasn't legalized it.... Thereby constantly committing a crime
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