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The Marduk is a wolf-like Aragami. Aragamis are the monsters you fight in the God Eater franchise.
Its front legs are stone-armored, and it possesses red cape-like organs similiar to those found on a Vajra* (another Aragami from God Eater) .
In God Eater 2, It can generate a howling pulse that rallies other Aragami in the area. It is also able to release blaze energy with its front legs. Like real-life wolves, a Marduk is usually seen traveling with a small "pack" of Garms*.
It uses blaze type abilities and is weak to Freeze. This is reflected with Marduk's Heat element and Frost weakness in Soul Sacrifice Delta
*The Aragamis, namely Vajra and Garm mentioned here don't appear in Soul Sacrifice Delta.
Attacks[edit | edit source]
Marduk uses all of its moves found in God Eater 2. Its moves can be seen in the Japanese trailer found below in the video section of this article.
Missions[edit | edit source]
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Marduk is the sun god in Babylonian mythology.
- It appears to be a corruption of the wolf symbol used for the God Eater series' loading cursor and the Fenrir mark as the massive wolf creature of Norse Mythology.
- The Marduk is the flagship Aragami for God Eater 2.
Videos[edit | edit source]
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