From maraud +‎ -er , from Middle French maraud ( “ rascal ” ) , from Old French *marault ( “ beggar, vagabond ” ) , from marir , marrir ( “ to trouble, stray, lose ones way, be lost ” ) .

The marauder is a terran infantry unit in StarCraft II . It replaced the firebat in multiplayer during development. [1]

Primarily a support unit [2] for marines [3] against heavy ground targets, [4] the marauder arose from post- Brood War studies by the Dominion Armed Forces , showing a greater need of combat units better able to defeat zerg carapaces. To meet this requirement, the 5-4 Armored Infantry Suit [5] was developed from the firebat 's CMC-660 and equipped with two Quad K12 "Punisher" grenade launchers on each arm. [2] The suit's grenade auto-loader is stocked with components that allow it to manufacture and load hundreds of standard Punisher grenades. [5] By 2503 , [6] [7] [8] marauders were being fielded. [9]

The troops manning the suits are quite different to their firebat counterparts. As of 2504 , 47% have never been to jail, and only 23% have ever been accused of murder. [5] Marauder fatalities were commonplace prior to the implementation of kinetic foam into their suits, which allowed them to survive impacts that had previously killed operators, even while leaving the suit unharmed. [10]

Marauders are enemies featured in Borderlands 2 . They typically fill the role of a basic bandit infantry unit equipped with small arms.

From maraud +‎ -er , from Middle French maraud ( “ rascal ” ) , from Old French *marault ( “ beggar, vagabond ” ) , from marir , marrir ( “ to trouble, stray, lose ones way, be lost ” ) .

From maraud +‎ -er , from Middle French maraud ( “ rascal ” ) , from Old French *marault ( “ beggar, vagabond ” ) , from marir , marrir ( “ to trouble, stray, lose ones way, be lost ” ) .

The marauder is a terran infantry unit in StarCraft II . It replaced the firebat in multiplayer during development. [1]

Primarily a support unit [2] for marines [3] against heavy ground targets, [4] the marauder arose from post- Brood War studies by the Dominion Armed Forces , showing a greater need of combat units better able to defeat zerg carapaces. To meet this requirement, the 5-4 Armored Infantry Suit [5] was developed from the firebat 's CMC-660 and equipped with two Quad K12 "Punisher" grenade launchers on each arm. [2] The suit's grenade auto-loader is stocked with components that allow it to manufacture and load hundreds of standard Punisher grenades. [5] By 2503 , [6] [7] [8] marauders were being fielded. [9]

The troops manning the suits are quite different to their firebat counterparts. As of 2504 , 47% have never been to jail, and only 23% have ever been accused of murder. [5] Marauder fatalities were commonplace prior to the implementation of kinetic foam into their suits, which allowed them to survive impacts that had previously killed operators, even while leaving the suit unharmed. [10]

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