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Memory-beta

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The Scavenger base

The Scavengers were a piratical group that lived within the graveyard of ships that surrounded the Vorsoth's Forge. Consisting of many different species namely Malon, Klingons, Hirogen and even Humans from the Mirror Universe. All these groups suffered the fate of being trapped within the energy dampening field that prevented escape. To survive within this hostile region of space and from the daily attack of Harvesters from the Vorsoth, the Scavengers resorted to raiding new vessels trapped within the graveyard for supplies. Each of the species also fused their starships into a single base which was near chaotic to say the least for it possessed different sections each of which were run by one of the four races.

The Scavengers even combined their efforts to create a new weapon, the Scavenger Rifle, which they utilized when they went on raiding missions.

Despite this union, it was unstable at best for the different races constantly argued with another such as the Klingons complaining about the deadly Theta radiation that the Malon produced on their section.

The Scavengers attacked the USS Voyager when it was thrust into the Forge, and took many notable supplies from the ship. However, the ship did retaliate in a sense by infiltrating their base with the newly established Hazard Team, which was on a mission to steal a rare element from the base in order to get their systems back online.

When Alexander Munro defeated the Vorsoth and when Voyager destroyed the Forge, the dampening field was dissipated and many other ships were able to escape. It is not known whatever happened to the Scavengers since they fused their ships into one base, but it is likely that the base was destroyed by the resulting shockwave of the Forge's destruction.

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DC Comics

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Fallout

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Scavenger

Scavenger in the barn east of Reclining Groves Resort Homes
Biography
race: Human, Caucasian / Hispanic
affiliation: none
role: Merchant
location: Capital Wasteland
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 3
Statistics
SPECIAL: 5 ST 5 PE 4 EN 5 CH 5 IN 5 AG 5 LK
derived stats: Hit Points: 140 → 170
tag skills: Science: 55 → 85
Small Guns: 55 → 85
Unarmed: 53 → 83
level: 6 → 12 (2 times current player level)
Technical
actor:
base id: 000554c7, 0006b12b.
ref id:
Scavengers are traders in the Capital Wasteland. Some Scavengers will be accompanied by non-hostile guard dogs, robots or even non-hostile Yao Guai. If asked about their merchandise--after Megaton was blown up--they will say people in Megaton no longer need things. Their comments can also reflect other PC actions such as helping Big Town residents.
Scavenger referring to Big Trouble in Big Town quest

Scavengers will sometimes pick a random target to scavenge. It may be a container, or simply a random (possibly pre-programmed?) spot on the ground. Once they have secured an object, they guard it for some time. If you approach them too rapidly and intrude on their actions, they may become hostile. You will receive a warning from them unless you are moving very quickly. Even while they are doing this, you should still be able to easily approach them from another direction to initiate dialogue.

Scavengers always wear a Roving Trader Outfit along with a pair of eyeglasses or a type of hat, usually a Stormchaser Hat. They are equipped with random low-to-mid level weapons. After the 1.2 patch, it seems Scavengers have access to the weapons in their store inventory, causing them to often end up wielding high-powered weaponry such as missile launchers or flamers.

Additionally, Scavengers have noticeably higher than average health and combat skills for human combatants, being marginally superior to Brotherhood of Steel Paladins in terms of health and skill. However, their lack of proper armor leaves them vulnerable to most hostile Wasteland inhabitants.

Locations

Scavengers can be found in the Capital Wasteland in various random encounters.

Some scavengers have fixed locations where they have set-up shop:

If killed and the PC then leaves the building and re-enters a new scavenger could be in his/her place already.
*This does not always happen. It is possibly just a random occurrence or a glitch.
If you kill this scavenger, eventually another will appear in his place. In one case late in the game (lvl 20 + after the Enclave started appearing), the new scavenger was wearing Power Armor, but also had his normal scavenger clothing in his pickpocket-able inventory.

Broken Steel

In Broken Steel, Scavengers can be seen leading the Aqua Pura Caravans carrying Aqua Pura throughout the Capital Wasteland. Each Aqua Pura caravan is led by a generic Scavenger merchant, along with an Aqua Pura Brahmin and 2 bodyguards (consisting of either Rivet City Security or Brotherhood of Steel).

Notes

  • The Scavenger and his malfuctioning Mr. Handy.
    One particular Scavenger who crops up in random encounters is accompanied by a malfunctioning Mr. Handy. If your Repair skill is high enough, you can comment on the fact that the robot's diagnostic unit is malfunctioning and fix it receiving a few energy cells and, after a speech check, 100 caps. It is possible that, for reasons unknown, the same Mr. Handy may later become hostile to the player. If the Mr. Handy is turned into "ash" you can still re-wire its diagnostic systems if you did not already.
  • Occasionally, the sheltered Scavenger with his/her Guard Dog near Arefu will start to attack some nearby Mirelurks, and gets stuck in the river. The only way to get the Scavenger out is to kill every Mirelurk in the area.
  • Occasionally you will come across a scavenger who will talk about some strange light. He is carrying a holotape "map marker" for Oasis. He may become hostile or die, as is fitting with the description given by Harold of the Treeminder's ritual sap and its effects upon most people.
  • Scavengers are good targets for enslaving since all scavengers can be mezzed (Confirmed on PS3) remember to take some items from his inventory sometimes if you already given them the collar they might still attack you if you kill the scavenger you wont get any money for enslaving them (Confirmed on PS3)
  • Scavengers sometimes attack their dogs if you go near them they will be hostile
  • Sometimes attacking a scavenger the scavengers dog will help you even without animal friend perk

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Final Fantasy

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Scavenger is a Ranger ability from Final Fantasy XI. It searches for items.

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Starwars

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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A band of Jawa scavengers.

A scavenger or salvager, often abbreviated "scav,"[1][2] was a person or droid whose primary occupation was collecting lost or abandoned items or recovering wreckage from disaster or battle sites.

Contents

History

Gha Nachkt, a Trandoshan scavenger

Some sentient species were predominantly scavengers, such as Jawas, Teeks[3] and Ugors.[4] It was also a common occupation for Humans and near-Humans.[5] Though many scavengers were honorable, the term "scav" or "scavver" was sometimes used as an insult.[6]

The Jedi Exile encountered some small camps of salvagers on the planet Dantooine, who tried to live by selling the Jedi artifacts they had found in the ruins of the Jedi Enclave in the years after Darth Malak's attack.[5] These salvagers generally held beings with regular jobs in contempt, and would have been particularly pleased if the settlers had been driven off the planet.[7]

Salvage droids were commonly used to collect debris at podraces during the last decades of the Galactic Republic.[8] Other scavenger droids were less benign, and were used by Trandoshans to kill people and "scavenge" their corpses.[2]

Particularly aggressive scavengers operated in the immediate aftermath of the Imperial Civil War, some of whom maintained small private armies to assist in their operations.[9]

Known scavengers

A scavenger working with Arns Grimraker's band.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • Star Wars: Republic Commando
  • Salvaged
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
  • "Spare Parts" - Star Wars Adventure Journal 11
  • Star Wars 7: New Planets, New Perils (First appearance)
  • Star Wars 78: Hoth Stuff
  • Dark Empire
  • Star Wars Legacy 14: Claws of the Dragon, Part 1

Notes and references

  1. Dark Empire Sourcebook
  2. 2.0 2.1 Star Wars: Republic Commando
  3. The Illustrated Star Wars Universe
  4. Scavenger Hunt.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  6. Star Wars Legacy 14: Claws of the Dragon, Part 1
  7. In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, if the Jedi Exile takes the dark side path and sides with Azkul, the salvagers remain on the world and gloat about the settlers' loss. It is therefore possible to infer that they would enjoy this turn of events even if it did not canonically occur.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  9. Dark Empire
  10. Star Wars 78: Hoth Stuff
  11. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Downfall of a Droid"
  12. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace game

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SWG Wiki

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From SWG Wiki

Table of contents

Statistics

Scavenger

Planet: Tatooine
Location: (3108 -4959)
Natural CL: 5
Difficulty: Normal
Aggressive: Yes
Combat: Range
Faction: Thug
Loot:

Scavenger Guard

Planet: Tatooine
Location: (3167 -5035)
Natural CL: 6
Difficulty: Normal
Combat: Range
Notes: Aggressive
Loot:

Scavenger Punk

Planet: Tatooine
Location: (3273 -4297)
Natural CL: 6
Difficulty: Normal
Combat: Range
Notes: Aggressive
Loot: Datapad Housing

Scavenger Thief

Planet: Tatooine
Location: (3273 -4297)
Natural CL: 6
Difficulty: Normal
Combat: Range
Notes: Aggressive
Loot: Datapad Storage Drive

Scavenger Thug

Planet: Tatooine
Location: (3273 -4297)
Natural CL: 6
Difficulty: Normal
Combat: Range
Notes: Aggressive
Loot: Datapad Processor

Scavenger Thug Leader

Planet: Tatooine
Location: (3273 -4297)
Natural CL: 10
Difficulty: Elite
Combat: Range
Notes: Aggressive
Loot:

Note: For details on HAM levels, armor, and defense see Creature & NPC Combat Level Chart.


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Transformers

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The name Scavenger has been applied to several Transformers characters.

  • 2006Scavenger, the Decepticon not-Micromaster, not-necessarily-Constructicon power shovel also from Universe.


"Scavenger" is also the Japanese name for Energon Steamhammer.


Scavenger should not be confused with...

  • Inferno, the other Predacon fire ant from Beast Wars.
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