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Marathon-class Cruiser . The Warship seen in the opening stages of Halo 2 . The Marathon-class Cruiser is a classification of UNSC Navy warships. At 1,190 meters, they are one of the largest and most powerful warships ever utilized by humanity, built as a replacement for the Halcyon-class Cruisers. Their numbers are limited, and they are usually commanded by the highest ranking officers. These warships replaced the aging Halcyon-class Cruisers. These behemoths, ranking in at 1,200 meters, are slightly under three times the length of a UNSC frigate. They are also known for their heavy armor; they can survive multiple plasma impacts, being able to sustain far greater damage than any UNSC Frigate or UNSC Destroyer. Due to their size, durability and firepower (2 Magnetic Accelerator Cannon[6] as well as dozens of oversized Archer missile pods), these massive vessels are commanded by UNSC Admirals and primarily serve as command/capital ships. -Thanks for visiting! -Be sure to leave a comment!


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