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DC Comics

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Aubrey Sparks (New Earth)
Real Name
Aubrey Sparks
Current Alias



Former ally of Effigy, Plasmus and Heat Wave. Also a former ally of Fernus and Martian Manhunter.






Unusual Features
Pointy tipped ears, and a thin spade-tipped tail


Place of Birth
Pisboe, Virginia (alternate reality)



The Joker used power stolen from Mr. Mxyzptlk to create an alternate reality that he ruled alongside a distorted version of the Justice League. Aubrey Sparks was given the powers of Scorch to be his counterpart to the "Earth Angel" Supergirl. When the Joker was defeated, Mr. Mxyzptlk used his powers to allow Aubrey Sparks to keep the power Joker had given her, thus letting her continue to be Scorch after most of what the Joker had changed was undone. [1]

She later would fight Superman and the Martian Manhunter several times before inadvertently assisting in the unleashing of "Fernus" from within the Martian Manhunter.

Powers and Abilities



  • Plasma Generation: Scorch can generate and manipulate flames. She can also withstand extreme heat without injury.
  • Teleportation: Scorch can teleport by disappearing into a cloud of smoke and reappearing elsewhere.


  • At the end of Action Comics #783, Superman offered Scorch membership in the Justice League, however she turned down the offer.

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Recommended Reading

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Links and References


  1. During the "Emperor Joker" storyline.

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Level 10
Category (Target) DOT (Enemy)
Mastery Disruption
 Casting Time  1.0 seconds
 Recast time  8.0 seconds
 Cost  17 power 
 Duration  14.0 seconds
 Range  35 meters
Wizard: Engulf Spell Line
Level Spell Name
3 Engulf
10 Scorch
17 Incinerate
31 Heat Stroke ¥
45 Heat Convulsions
59 Fiery Convulsions
72 Ro's Coil

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Final Fantasy

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Scorch in Final Fantasy IX.

Scorch is a recurring enemy ability in the series. It is usually Fire-elemental in nature, and usually targets one party member for massive damage. It is a specialty of Rubicante.



Final Fantasy

Scorch appears as an enemy ability for Cerberus and then later for Rubicante in the 20th Anniversary and Dawn of Souls versions. It inflicts minor Fire-elemental damage to the party.

Final Fantasy IV

Marking its first appearance in the series, Scorch is first used by Rubicante and Flamehound, and later by Lunar Ifrit and Brachioraidos in the Advance remake. It inflicts either moderate Fire-elemental damage to the party or major Fire-elemental damage to one party member, usually resulting in a KO.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Final Fantasy IX

Scorch, used by the red Vepal, makes the user immune to all elemental attacks.


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Scorch disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Biographical information



32 BBY, Kamino

Physical description

Human (clone)




1.83 meters

Hair color


Eye color


Chronological and political information

Rise of the Empire era

"Six-Two, the heart and soul of your team."
Taun We, to Boss, about Scorch

RC-1262, also known as Scorch or Delta 62, was a clone commando in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Among the commandos of Delta Squad he was often referred to as Scorch, he was considered to be Delta Squad's wise guy, and was often chided by RC-1140 known as Fixer, the squad's unofficial second in command. However, most of Scorch's comments were aimed at Sev, and he was not afraid to talk back. Scorch was the squad's demolitions expert, and loved annihilating anything that came in reach. His first deployment was on Geonosis; after this deployment, he completed many missions with his squad, serving under Jedi such as Arligan Zey and Bardan Jusik. Scorch favored the anti-armor attachment of the standard-issue DC-17m Interchangeable Weapon System.

After the war, he served in the newly born Galactic Empire as an Imperial Commando.



Scorch on Kamino


Scorch was trained on Kamino along with the rest of Delta squad, where the squad's training sergeant, Walon Vau, pushed them to their limits during the live fire exercises.[1] Scorch gained his nickname from an ordnance accident that left both him and his training sergeant without eyebrows for a period of time.[2]

Clone Wars


"Yeah! I love that smell!"
"All I smell is burnt Geonosian."
―RC-1262 and RC-1140

During the squad's first mission on Geonosis, they had the objective of eliminating Sun Fac, the Geonosian lieutenant. It was Scorch's skills that allowed the Deltas to blast through the enemy fortifications, weapon installations, advanced assault units and just about anything else that stood in their way. The Deltas were inserted individually; Scorch was the first to rendezvous with RC-1138, the squad's sergeant. They met in the Geonosis gladiatorial arena and moving on rendezvoused with the rest of the squad, finally meeting RC-1207, the squads sniper, also known as Sev, just outside Sun Fac's planning room. They breached the doors and pursued Sun Fac to his landing pad, where Sev made quick work of Sun Fac's starfighter, blasting it out of the Geonosian sky.[2]

Scorch and the rest of Delta squad then entered the Geonosian catacombs to investigate the loss of a missing squad and a mysterious jamming device, blocking the Republic's battle sensors. After traveling though the Geonosian birthing chambers, they found and destroyed the jamming device along with numerous battle droids before ejecting from the site. Scorch and the squad later destroyed a Core Ship by sabotaging it from inside. They then escaped in a LAAT/i while the core ship was coming down around them.[2]

Mission to the Chaykin Cluster

"Did they find the data?"
"No, I hid it pretty well."
"Where, exactly?"
"Mmmm, you don't wanna know"
"Roger that.
―RC-1138 and RC-1262
RC-1262 in action.

About a year into the Clone Wars an Acclamator-class assault ship, Prosecutor, disappeared then mysteriously reappeared on the border of Republic space, in the Chaykin cluster. Scorch, along with Delta squad, were inserted into the ship. Each member of the squad was assigned a different part of the ship to work and were separated so that they could cover more ground. Scorch was captured after an attack by Scavenger droids and Trandoshan slavers. He was later rescued by the rest of the squad. Sev had also suffered capture, only to be rescued by Fixer and Boss, the only two members of the squad to evade being detained. The squad, together again, destroyed the Trandoshan assault force that had taken over the ship and protected the Prosecutor from a full-scale Separatist boarding operation, destroying droid dispensers and battle droids in each of the ship's many hangars before sealing the hangar doors.[2]

Mission with Omega

Scorch: "So... you've been ordered around by a geriatric and a child, have you?"
Darman: "Scorch, do you like medcenter food?"
Scorch: "Touchy, touchy..."
Kal Skirata: "Delta! This is the geriatric. Get down and give me fifty, now!"
Sev: "Fierfek."
—Scorch, Darman, Kal Skirata, and Sev

Scorch and the rest of Delta then left the Prosecutor in a captured Neimoidian shuttle. Shortly thereafter they received a Red Zero signal from Omega Squad, calling for immediate extraction. Delta Squad was the first Republic unit on the scene and was able to extract the Omega squad, by use of a cutting tool, with fire support from RAS Fearless. Delta and Omega Squads were taken aboard Fearless, which took them to Coruscant, where they would participate in a covert counter-terrorism operation.[3]

Once on Coruscant Scorch, Delta, and Omega Squad fought against terrorists. Scorch was stolid to the Omega training sergeant's attempts to chummy the squads together, and remained aloof from Omega squad, spending his time dealing with the terrorist threat and calibrating his DC-17.[3] Sometime after defeating the terrorists Delta squad were sent to Skuumaa, a planet in the Mid Rim under the control of the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[4]

Mid Clone Wars

CT-01/425: "Someone important noted your excellence on Geonosis."
Scorch: "You hear that, Sev? Someone thinks I'm excellent."
Sev: "Well, at least that makes two of you."
—Delta Squad

Scorch and the rest of Delta squad arrived on Skuumaa, ahead of the main Republic assault force. They sabotaged strategic targets and prepared the battlefield.[1]

Later Delta squad went on a mission behind enemy lines to Mygeeto, cursor to the Battle of Mygeeto. There they went against their orders by aiding Walon Vau in his robbery of an underground bank there, but Vau made the squad abandon him when he fell down a hole and got stuck. Later, however, Kal Skirata, a sergeant in the GAR, came to rescue him, after he received a tip off from Delta squad.[4]

Ko Sai

"Sev, did that corpse give you a nasty look?"
"Rule 17..."
"We know, always make sure they're dead."
―RC-1262 and RC-1207

Scorch and the rest of Delta Squad were assigned by Arligan Zey to capture the renegade Kaminoan scientist, Ko Sai. They were put under the command of Bardan Jusik, a Jedi Knight, but he secretly tried to slow them down, as he had also told Kal Skirata the information they had on Ko Sai and he wanted Skirata to get to her first, due mainly to the fact that Skirata had taken Jusik under his wing. They tracked Ko Sai to Dorumaa, but Skirata had got there first, captured her and destroyed her underwater hideout. Zey said he wanted to know definitely whether or not she had been there, so he had Delta carry out an excavation of the underwater site, something that the squad as a whole found very tedious and time consuming. They didn't find anything, but after Ko Sai committed suicide, Skirata gave the Deltas her head to present to Zey.[4]


Months later, Delta was sent to Haurgab to assist Omega Squad in dealing with the native Maujasi rebels. After fending off the rebels, Scorch and the rest of Delta were relaxing at the Hadde forward operating base mess hall. As Scorch and Fixer discussed their speculations regarding Etain Tur-Mukan, Darman, the child Kad, a missile fired by the Maujasi rebels hit the operating base, killing several clone troopers and wounding many more. Scorch was driven by revenge to kill the Maujasi after seeing the mutilated. Delta and Omega squads tracked the missiles path to a house in the city of Hadde. Scorch went in by himself and brought out several Maujasi corpses. Laying them out in a row, he fired and then spit on the corpses, shocking his teammates.[5]


"I sense violence in our near future."

Scorch and the rest of Delta squad were later sent to Kashyyyk for intelligence reasons. They destroyed a Trandoshan supply camp the Separatists were using to get an edge on the Wookiees. Once inside the slaving operation, they saw the Wookiee leader Tarfful. Once they had gunned down the MagnaGuards holding him prisoner, they escorted Tarfful back to his Wookiees. Later, a Separatist Recusant-class light destroyer hovered over Kachirho, drawing power from the city. Delta Squad had to split up so they could all man one of the four Wookiee rocket launcher turrets to take it out. Delta used the combined power of the turrets to destroy the cruiser, then rendezvoused at Boss's position – but on the way, Sev lost radio contact and was assumed to have been ambushed by Separatist forces. Torn between following orders and rescuing their brother, the rest of Delta squad reluctantly left the area, knowing that duty came before brotherhood. Scorch was especially wracked with guilt after boarding their gunship without Sev, even mouthing the adviser, but Boss quickly pulled the remaining Deltas back together for their next mission.[2]

Birth of the Empire

"I'll never forgive you for this, Boss. Or you, Fixer. We're brothers, for fierfek's sake. I'd never leave you."

When the Great Jedi Purge had begun, Scorch was an Imperial commando in service of the New Order. He still replayed Sev's abandonment in his head endlessly, and deeply resented Boss, Fixer, and his commanders for leaving him behind, but forced himself to move on. From then on the comedic joker part of him died and was replaced with a more battle hardened and serious personality.

Personality and traits

"If we're all clones, why am I the only one with a sense of humor?"

Scorch was generally considered to be the most lighthearted Delta and loved poking fun and annoying his other squad mates. He had an over-developed sense of irony, and was the resident wise guy of Delta Squad, much to the annoyance of some of his peers.[1]

But the Clone Wars took its toll on everyone involved; at the Battle of Haurgab, after a rocket attack on the bases' mess hall, Scorch took out his pent up frustration and rage on the bodies of the local rebels who fired the rocket. It only got worse for Scorch. After the squad was ordered to abandon Sev on Kashyyyk, they pulled out against Scorch's pleas and lashed out at Fixer when he tried to comfort him. Even going as far as crying saying that Delta squad would never leave a man behind.

Scorch carried a large ordnance pack strapped to his back and sported yellow markings on his wrist gauntlets, making him easier to be identified by his squad-mates.[1]

Supposedly Scorch got his nickname after a training accident with some ordnance that left him without eyebrows for sometime.

Behind the scenes

In Republic Commando, Scorch was voiced by Raphael Sbarge, who voiced Carth Onasi in Knights of the Old Republic.

Scorch was one of the 4 Delta Squad members that was captured by a buste by Gentle Giant. All the bustes are exclusive to one country over the whole world, and all have a limited edition of 1300 worldwide. The Scorch buste is exclusive in the USA. Boss is exclusive in the Netherlands, Fixer in Japan, and Sev in the UK.


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  • Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel
  • Republic Commando: Order 66 game (Non-canonical appearance)
  • Imperial Commando: 501st


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Republic Commando series.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Star Wars: Republic Commando
  3. 3.0 3.1 Republic Commando: Triple Zero
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Republic Commando: True Colors
  5. Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel

External links

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Scorch is an Autobot from the Generation One continuity family.
The dreaded Rear Guardbot.

Scorch is the Turbomasters' rear guard. He's a loyal and self-sacrificing sort; brave to the point of recklessness, but tough enough to take the resulting knocks. Proud of his position in the Autobot ranks, and loves working as part of a team.



Toy catalogue comic

Scorch defended the Autobot Turbomaster base when it was attacked by the Predators.

Dreamwave comics continuity

After the conquest of Cybertron by Megatron and the Aerospace Extermination Squadron, Scorch and the rest of the Turbomasters evaded capture and participated in the Autobot underground resistance. Perceptor assigned the Turbomasters to monitor the Think Tank, a project designed to locate the missing Optimus Prime. When Perceptor left them alone, however, the Turbomasters partook in a game of tear'n'chase. Flash evaded his pursuing team-mates, but accidentally drove into the Think Tank, sending him somewhere very far from home... The Age of Wrath issue 3

(Note: Due to Dreamwave's plunge into bankruptcy, this story was never finished.)


Generation One

  • Scorch (Small Turbomaster, 1992)
    • Accessories: Engine/missile launcher, 3 missiles
Scorch transforms into a yellow Cybertronian pickup truck with a large jet engine mounted on the back. As with the other other carded Turbomasters, this engine becomes a powerful spring-loaded missile launcher, capable of firing one of three included small yellow missiles quite far.
This figure was also released in Japan as the character Fire Road.

External links

  • Scorch at

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