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Ralph is a colossal wolf with gray fur over most of his body and white fur on his face. As part of his mutation, Ralph has developed porcupine-like quills on his back, as well as fleshy membranes located between his fore and hind limbs that allow him to glide through the air, similar to a flying squirrel.
Ralph was a wolf mutated by the same mysterious genetic experiment that mutated George and Lizzie. The alteration to his genetic code caused him to grow to 14 meters tall, 26 meters long, and 13.8 metric tons in weight, and also led him to develop unique characteristics such as quills on his back and gliding membranes between his limbs.
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Spinning helicopter rotor blades haven't stopped Ralph from taking down a helicopter, they didn't even scratch him. Bullets and bombs were also proven ineffective.
Much like Varan, Ralph extends membranes between his legs leaps into the air, with the membranes allowing him to glide across the sky like a flying squirrel. His membranes are completely hidden when not used.
In Other Languages
- Japanese: ラルフ (Rarufu)
- In the video game series, Ralph was bipedal and walked like a human rather than on all fours like a real wolf. His fur was gray in the original Rampage video game, while subsequent games portrayed it as blue.
- The Rampage film changes Ralph's origin to a wolf mutated by a genetic experiment, rather than a human mutated into a giant wolf by the experiments of Scum Labs as on the video games.
- The spikes on his back and tail, as well as his ability to glide like a flying squirrel, seems to be an homage to Varan.
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