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A raider is a member of one of many Raider gangs.
Human/Halfling clothing and armor:
- Top: Leather jacket
- Bottom: Leather pants
- Footwear: Harness boots
Youkai outfit: Leather outfit
Equipment and inventory
Raiders may have one of four different sets of items (roll 1d4 per raider to determine):
- TT-1E Pistol vest, Ammunition 1: 3x Glock 9mm 17-round magazine (Each: 17 /17, 17x 9x19mm Parabellum, Standard FMJ)
- TT-1E Pistol vest, Ammunition 1: 3x MAC-10 30-round magazine (Each: 30 /30, 30x .45 ACP, Standard FMJ)
- TT-1E Pistol vest, General carrying: 3x .44 Magnum/Special 6-round speedloader (Each: 6 /6, 6x .44 Special, Standard FMJ)
- TT-1E Pistol vest, General carrying: 10x 12 gauge, Standard Buckshot
Skills: Species' natural skills + the following:
- Combat skills: Basic (All combat skills)
- Junkie: If characters of this occupation find addictive meds, they will use them at the first opportunity.
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Though not strictly necessary for playing the game, you are encouraged to read this section if you wish to have a better understanding of the game's universe.
The term raider refers, in a general sense, to members of small-time gangs and criminal groups. There are many different raider gangs, each with different names, rules, and leaders, though the majority share certain common traits; customized outfits (usually leather jackets) bearing large symbols or logos representing their gang, a simple two-tiered hierarchy (one boss ruling over many subordinates), and a propensity for violence and drug usage. Gangs of all kinds exist; some are open to all species so long as they respect the boss, some are single-species, some require passing a test or surviving initiation, some simply welcome all those who seek to join them.
The typical activities and objectives of a raider vary depending on the gang. Some are simple thrill-seekers who enjoy getting into fights and shooting at the first groups of people they find, while others are better organized and attempt more coordinated acts such as theft, highway robbery, kidnapping and ransoming.