|Manufacturer||Ryaka Design Bureau|
|Primary users||Soviet Union|
People's Liberation Committee
|Developed from||Rk-91 Savage|
|Developed into||Rk-96 Savage II|
The Rk-92 Riveni (Ливень) Mithril name "Savage" is a second generation Arm Slave operated by the Soviet Union, the People's Liberation Comittee, Amalgam and various other terrorist organizations. Mithril uses it for OPFOR training.
The Rk-92 Savage is a mass produced Arm Slave from the Soviet Union. It is the most ubiquitous AS model amongst modern communist nations and has also seen use by terrorist and crime organizations. The Savage has less armor than many European and American Arm Slaves, but it does have increased maneuverability. The earlier Rk-91 model housed a diesel piston engine, the newer Rk-92 has adopted the gas turbine engine. The best features of the Savage are without a doubt its low cost and high availability relative to other AS models. Variants of the model and spare parts can almost always be found on the black markets.
Front line Soviet Army unit; a common Arm Slave in the hands of terrorist organizations. One of the titular second generation Arm Slaves created by the Soviet Union in 1992 after the Gulf War, the Savage is a mass produced unit used by the Eastern bloc. It has also been exported to other communist nations, including North Korea and North China. The Rk-92 "Savage" is the successor to the Rk-91, essentially a Rk-91 with a gas turbine engine.
- Crew: 1
- Height: 8.1 meters
- Weight: 12.5 tons
- Power Source: Gas turbine engine, 985kW/1300hp
- Maximum Operation Time: 150 Hours
- Top Speed: 130 km/h
- Maximum Jump: 20 meters
- 2x 14.5mm machine gun
- Loginov BK-540 37mm Rifle
- Grushin AT-16 "Spawn"(M)
- Zeya B3M "Groum" HEAT Hammer