Remy LeBeau, the freak who might later progress toward becoming Gambit, was deserted during childbirth by his introduction to the world dad because of his uncommon red-on-bruised eyes (they accepted their kid was of evil roots). He was stolen from a New Orleans halfway house by the Thieves Guild and given to Antiquary, an authority of youngsters, who considered Remy an ideal masterpiece. There he was given the name Remy and the title Le Diable Blanc (The White Devil), as a result of an old Guild Prophecy that talked about a white demon.
Be that as it may, Jean-Luc LeBeau enormously detested the possibility of the youngster being in Antiquary’s consideration, and masterminded Remy to grow up being viewed by a pack of road criminals known as Fagan’s Mob. At age eight, Remy met and got to know a young lady named Bella Donna. A couple of days after the fact, he was taken in and received by the pioneer of the Thieves Guild, Jean-Luc himself, after a bombed pickpocket endeavor which had been covertly orchestrated by Jean to meet with the youthful freak.