The Scorchers are a bandit clan featured in RAGE and RAGE: The Scorchers. They worship 99942 Apophis, the asteroid that destroyed the old world as shown in the Prologue. They believe a demigod rode the burning rock straight into the soul of the planet, and that by tapping into its energy, they will become the toughest bandits in the Wasteland. They decorate their bodies and vehicles with images of fire and destruction, making them easier to spot in the wastes. Before the addition of The Scorchers DLC, they were only encountered via Vehicle Combat. They can now be fought in their own storyline in the DLC, in Locations such as the Refinery, the Hagar Caves, and the Scorcher Base. Their weapons arsenal ranges from the Scorcher pistol to the flying Scorcher Jetpack. They are frequent to shout random sayings and gibberish, due to their own insane nature, and will frequently throw HE Grenades to further disrupt the player. Read more…
Did you know……that the name of the player character is Nicholas Raine?
…there are about 19 different sorts of ammunition in the game RAGE?
…there are over 16 schematics in RAGE?
…RAGE is set in a post-apocalyptic version of a wasteland created by an asteroid impact, based on the real-life asteroid 99942 "Apophis"?
…that there are 5 different types of vehicles available in the game?
…that mutants, unlike normal human enemies, disintegrate a few seconds after they are killed?
How long did you take to finish Rage?
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We've seen something like this time and time again. As one bureaucrat of a wiki, this one being me, watches their certain wiki go down, they too take a little time off. Now, I see the RAGE Wiki has fallen on its knees and has about 20 edits per month. This has gotten unacceptable.
I am very rusty wh…Read more >
Hey all, what's up. Time for another update.
Just wanna say I'm surprised by the number of people that are editing the wiki now. It's shocking, comparing it to the last three months. If you are thinking about editing here for a while, message me, I'd love to talk to you. I personally don't have enou…Read more >
Well this is late.
Hi everybody, so there's practically nothing left to report on. The wiki's practically dead. I know it's a negative outlook, but it's been two years since RAGE was released and the audience it once had has moved on. It's a sad outlook, but perhaps once a possible sequel comes out w…Read more >