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| Raw Steel|
Only men are allowed in the fighting force known as "RawSteel". An amalgamation of human muscle and polyfoam materials, "RawSteel" upholds strength and power over other virtues.
Unreal Tournament Roster
Slain is the founder of RawSteel. He understands that the success of the team lies not only in the physical strength, but in their crowd pleasing "pro-wrestling" style.
Slain fought with the 47th Mechanized Imperial during the First Necris Invasion. He is a distinguished veteran at modern military ops. Although his skills tend toward the tactical, he is, nonetheless, an excellent hand to hand fighter.
Manwell is the strongest of the Raw Steel. He uses a custom mixture of biochem enhancements to keep his power level at a maximum at all times.
Kregore is a rough dude. Having survived multiple Tournament championships, he knows the venues well and is the most experienced Raw Steel warrior.
Kregore can also be found in the Demo ladder, having the same bio as Slain has in the Retail/GOTY version:
Kregore fought with the 47th Mechanized Imperial during the First Necris Invasion. He is a distinguished veteran of modern military operations. Although his skills tend toward the tactical, he is, nonetheless, an excellent hand to hand fighter.
Bruce is all about style. He'll often stop in the middle of a fight to make side comments towards the nearest holocam. A favorite among inner worlds.
In the demo, you fight against him three times, with his winquote changing only for the third time:
A lucky second place in the Denarian playoffs has brought Bruce back for another round. This guy is getting tedious...wipe him out!
Arkon left the NEG security forces after Raw Steel offered him a position. He never liked the military and finds the Tournament's lack of rules his kind of fighting.
Rolph is the weakest of the team, but is still very tough by normal human standards. What he lacks in brute force he makes up in raw speed and endurance.
Arnold is an ex-movie stunt man turned Tournament combatant. He is always in search of the biggest and toughest thrill and the Tournament fulfills his needs completely.
No known description.
Note: May not be part of Raw Steel.
Criminals make excellent pit fighters. The volatile combination of cabin fever and desperation that a long prison sentence imparts is therapeutic to say the least.
No profile available. Level 9 security clearance required.
Hijinxs's favorite weapon is the Rocket Launcher.
The Tournament has a don't ask-don't tell policy on "enhancement stimulants" and Darhl is known as a frequent abuser of these substances. He plays erratically, often ditching the conventional range weapons in favor of the close-combat Impact Hammer.
Darhl's favorite weapon is the Impact Hammer. In the Demo version it's implied that he fought you before the Tournament.
Somebody pulled Darhl back together after your last brush with him and he's none too happy. Pumped up on the latest custom synthgland enhancers and bioregulators, he's more messed up than ever.
You just can't stop these new style chem warriors. Darhl is running low on strength, you can finish him now once and for all.
Rather than face execution at the hands of the Mars Prison Tribunal, Botanika chose to fight in the Tournament. With more than 11 brutal murders to his name, Botanika should have no problem adapting to arena combat.
Notes: In the UT demo, Botanika has Othello's appearance.
Real name unknown, the Toe Cutter is a notorious gang leader. Captured during a skirmish south of Reconstructed New York City there was no question to his participation in the Tournament.
Real name unknown, the Slasher is a notorious gang leader. Captured during a skirmish south of Reconstructed New York, there was no question to his participation in the Tournament.
Zenith is one of the most skilled warriors the Tournament has ever seen. His fans call him the 'Doc' after the way he systematically dissects his opponents with the Ripper.
The Doc is back and he's looking to rip you open. Watch out, he's just off of a seven game victory streak and is looking to add you to his list of victims.
- In the Playstation 2 version of the game, it's stated that four members of the team lost their lives alongside four Necris Black Legion members when an asteroid destroyed the original CTF-Face. If this version can be considered as canonical in the Unreal universe, it may offer a reason of why the team isn't playable in the other games.
- The team makes a cameo appearance in Unreal Tournament 2004, as one of the Tournament teams the player won't face. They can be located sometimes by going to the Other Matches tab under Details.
- Kregore and Slain are among the Iron Guard team members in Unreal Tournament 3, though it remains to be confirmed if they are the same guys.
- It also remains to be seen if it's a joke or not, but Cliff Bleszinski called the whole team as "the first openly homosexual character" of the series.