Ravager was a supervillainess,[1] based in an unknown city.


Had a long standing feud with Mouse Protector likely fueled by her Kiss/Kill syndrome.[2]


Mouse ProtectorEdit

Was willing to hire the Slaughterhouse Nine to kill her. So they probably didn't get along.

Abilities and PowersEdit

Ravager was a Grab-Bag Cape who had enhanced fighting abilities; several unnamed abilities[3] that resulted in an enhanced physique.[4]

They were able to inflict festering and permanently scarring wounds[5] which smoked and stung.[6][3] All wounds Ravager inflicted would fester and scar horrifically if not tended to,[3] scratches becoming a evisceration.[7] She also maintained knowledge of those she wounded.[7]



Ravager 'hired' the Slaughterhouse Nine in order to kill Mouse Protector, a hero that had apparently managed to annoy Ravager enough to make that seem like a reasonable thing to do. The Slaughterhouse Nine did, in fact, kill Mouse Protector. However, they killed Ravager as well right after that for having the audacity to try to tell them who to kill as if they were common thugs or mercenaries for hire. Bonesaw later fused Ravager's and Mouse Protector's corpses together into a gestalt being named Murder Rat.


Their torment was ended by Panacea.


  • To 'ravage' is to "cause severe and extensive damage"


  1. 1.0 1.1 She felt Murder Rat’s biology snap into her consciousness, until she could see every cell, every fluid, every part of the woman. The two women. -Excerpt from interlude 11h
  2. Colloquially known as the kill/kiss dynamic, in cluster-triggers, there is a very high tendency toward passionate relationships, either hostility or partnership.  Clusters have a 40% chance of one member murdering another, rising to a 50% chance when including attempted murder, 25% chance of a partnership forming, and a 10% incidence of partnership and murder coinciding.  The term partnership is used for romantic pairings in instances where sexuality and gender allow, and close friendship or formed teams with members in other cases.  In some (10% of) cases of close partnerships forming, the romantic pairing occurred despite one’s typical sexuality. - Excerpt from Glow-worm P.4
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 She was a composite of two ‘kitchen sink’ capes. Mouse Protector and Ravager. Two primary powers that had blended into the one, a dozen other minor powers. Flexibility, a bizarre kind of enhanced strength, reflexes and agility that had peaks and valleys, and skin as tough as leather. - Excerpt from Sting 26.3
  4. Ravager Enhanced physique, all wounds inflicted would fester and scar horrifically if not tended to, scratches becoming eviscerations; maintained clairvoyant awareness of wounded. - Parahuman List, Bolded edit by Wildbow
  5. Wildbow: Ravager had enhanced fighting ability and the ability to deliver festering/permanently scarring wounds
    Panda: Ahbr>Wildbow: Imbuing weapons, objects and ammunition with the bleed/scarring/infection property -" IRC conversation Archived on Spacebattles
  6. Sting 26.5
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