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There exists a multitude of small gangs and groups of raiders across the Mazes. Although their sizes vary, all are very small and operate nearly exclusively in the Uncivilized Area.


Activities

Each gang is different and focuses on a wide variety of different activities, ranging from the benign (recreational use of drugs) to the dangerous (highway robbery, assault, rape, etc.)

Most require their members to "wear the colors" or "wear the uniform": wearing clothing featuring colors, symbols or insignia representing their particular gang. The vast majority of gangs impose initiation rituals on potential new members, typically a test of courage or strength in the form of a criminal act.

Although most gangs consider all others to be their enemies by principle, certain consider certain others to be particularly important rivals, and may spend most of their time fighting one another.


List of raider gangs

The Maze Police has identified as many as thirty-one raider gangs in operation across the Mazes, although there may be more that haven't yet been discovered.

  • Armed Anarchists
  • Bloody Butchers
  • Burninators
  • Busters
  • Chaos Kings
  • Clan of the Last Bullet
  • Cutters
  • Doombringers
  • Elite Crew
  • Followers of Browning
  • Full Autos
  • G17 Squad
  • Gang 416
  • Gutshooters
  • Kalash Klan
  • Killer Queens
  • Maze Scourges
  • Phoenix Connection
  • Pistol Rounders
  • Rocket Men
  • Ruiners
  • Scorpius Gang
  • Steel Wolves
  • Stoner Nation
  • Team Killers
  • The People's Circle
  • The Vanguard
  • UA Militia
  • Warriors 'n' Company
  • Wicked Sickos
  • Zero Foxtrot Golf