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|Founded Date||29 June 2019|
|Founder(s)||Blitz U, Morris, Yawnz, Trent|
|Team Cape Number/Cape Color||Team-10|
|Notable Ranks||Jamz, Pixel, Salvo, Matt, Cranked, 2ndch4nce|
|Notable Members||Shugs, Bday, Godae, Lee, Unreal, Finn, Tim, Sauce, Unreal|
|Where Limits Are Broken|
History[edit | edit source]
Outrage (Battlescape)[edit | edit source]
Outrage began when Runescape clans took an interest in private servers. The leader of Corrupt Pures at the time approached Blitz U with a proposition. Merge Blitz U's growing team of pures with Chain's large following of pures from Runescape. Within days Outrage formed and took the pure clan scene by storm. Outrage fought with Annihilation, Trilogy and many other clans for the #1 spot. Although their quality wasn't the best at times, Outrage made our mark in history.
Outrage (Runescape Pre EOC)[edit | edit source]
Outrage started off as a pure team on Runescape. After a long time of clanning on Battlescape Outrage wanted to take it easy as a team and have fun. As Outrage rose in popularity and activity they realized it was time to turn into a full blown Clan. As a clan Outrage opened as an MPC dominating the entire bracket, primarily in P2P. As Outrage grew in strength they fought the likes of Havoc, Enemy, Control,Tribulation, Zenith, and many others. As time went on, Outrage staff decided it was time to take a different direction.
Outrage (Old School Runescape)[edit | edit source]
Outrage decided to open up one last time to put the competitive edge back into this community. Among the leadership and memberlist in this version of Outrage are veterans of the pure community, with years of experience under their belts. New recruits that hope to join the community will not regret it, as is extremely active and you can definitely learn a thing or two from guys who are willing to teach.
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Controversies[edit | edit source]
Outrage - Final Ownage (July 2019 - Till now)