Marauder II

Marauder II is the 100-ton version of the Marauder. It is everything its little brother is, but bigger and meaner. The Marauder II mini is very similar to that of the regular Marauder, with changes only at the front and rear of the torso (in specific, the jump nozzle, stub wings, and nose gun). Since the art is closely related to the Robotech art that the Marauder is derived from, the Marauder II is also an "unseen" mech. In 2003, a "reseen" version was released based on all-new art, and a while later the rocket launcher variant of the reseen one was released.

Mech Picture Reseen RL casting
This is the rocket launcher variant. Note that it has a zillion missile holes. It is painted in the 1st Legio Victrix scheme of the Marian Hegemony.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 4/2004.

Mech Picture Reseen casting
The "reseen" Marauder IIC shown here is a pretty big mini. It's painted in a purple Marik Militia scheme.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 10/2003.

Mech Picture Unseen casting
This mech is part of a pre-3050 era Steiner unit painted in field greens. The hex base was left mostly bare by customer request.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 02/2003.

Mech Picture Unseen casting
This Marauder II is painted in custom merc colors.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 10/2002.

Mech Picture "Moving Mechs: Mike"
Unseen casting
This Marauder II is painted in a WWI German lozenge scheme, with doped linen base color. The paint scheme is based on a set of popular ones on Fokker D.VII biplanes. This mech is part of a set of mechs I did for the people that helped me move in the summer of 2002.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 8/2002.

Mech Picture Unseen casting
The nose gun of this mini had been broken off, so I had to reconstruct it from scrap. This Marauder II is shown in a blue and gold FedCom RCT paint scheme. The paint job and base of this mini are a collaboration of Dave Fanjoy and Urbiemech.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered Dec. 2001.

Mech Picture "Weekend Warrior"
Unseen casting
This mini is painted in a green / brown camo pattern for House Liao's Chesterton Reserves, as seen in the Regimental Paint Schemes guide.

STATUS: This mech was sold, 01/2000.

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Last updated 20041230