Marik Militia, 1st-40th

The Marik Militia‘s parade colors are purple, with highlights in red on the right side, and in blue on the left. Individual units may vary from this color scheme. Each ‘Mech displays the Marik Militia crest – a stylized Marik Eagle on a red and blue background – on its left arm or weapons pod.

The insignia of the First Marik Militia is a blue disc emblazoned with an angel who holds aloft a gleaming sword.

The insignia of the Second Militia shows a hand of five cards, four of which are aces. The central and most prominent card is a joker. 

The Fourth does not use the standard Marik Militia paint scheme. Instead, the ‘Mechs of the Fourth use a blue-and-white pattern for parade colors. The ‘Mechs of the Fourth display their insignia, a mech stepping on a tank, prominently on the chest.

The unit insignia of the 5th shows an Orion BattleMech silhouetted against a rising sun. 

The insignia of the 6th Militia shows an archer holding a drawn longbow.

 The 9th Militia’s insignia is a sword with serpents twined around it.

The Tenth Marik Militia uses only red highlights as part of their parade color scheme, a right granted to them following their many years of exceptional service. The unit’s insignia shows a hammer striking an anvil, with sparks flying from the impact.

The insignia of the i13th Militia show a pair of cat’s eyes glowing in darkness.

The Fifteenth’s insignia shows the mythical cyclops Polyphemus, from which the unit takes its name.

The insignia of the 18th Militia shows a stylized red rose on a white disc.

The insignia of the Twentieth shows a snarling pit-bull terrier, a breed of dog renowned for its tenacity and violence.

The 23rd Militia uses a standard Marik purple with no highlights or accents. The regimental insignia shows a hand pulling a rabbit out of a hat.

The insignia of the 25th is a cross overlaid with the infinity symbol. 

The Thirtieth uses a DNA double-helix strand as its insignia.

The insignia of the Thirty-first is a flickering candle. 

Too new to have either earned a nickname or unit insignia, the 34th Militia simply uses a version of the Marik Eagle.

The Marik Militias use a color scheme first seen in 2620–purple with red accents on the right side and blue on the left.  In addition, the Fortieth paints the heads, upper torsos, hands and feet of their ‘Mechs jet black. As their logo, the Fortieth uses the skull and crossbones, below which is set the motto “Remissio Non Est.”

Insignia by: Unknown Artist/
Insignia vectorized by: Viereth

Paint Scheme by: Field Manual: Free Worlds League, page 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 79 / Stinger, Camo Specs, page 7 / Awesome, Historical: Brush Wars (cover) / Wraith, CB: Miniatures Rules, page 21/ Panther , FM: Free Worlds League (plate 5)
Mech repainted by: LegendKiller/Justin Kase

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Original Artwork: flyingdebris for Piranha Games Inc.
Template: Sightsonyou/Justin Kase
Additional Template work: LegendKiller/Justin Kase