A common typo changes the “rogue” class into a “rouge”, which is the French word for “red” and a cosmetic among a host of other uses from a pop band, to a newspaper, to a luchador. As “rouge” is technically a word it doesn’t flag red as a misspelling, so it gets overlooked in frantic message board rantings.

While I shouldn’t judge writers on their ability (or inability) to spell the word “rogue”, I do. I totally judge. Court is in session; the honourable Judge Jester is presiding, and he finds you guilty of failure to proofread for the second most common typo on D&D message boards after “teh”.

Even though I’ve probably done it myself a few times. It’s an easy transposition to make.