Pages containing general info about Marathon, Marathon 2, and Marathon Infinity.
This site contains the full text of the Marathon, Marathon 2, and Marathon Infinity terminals. Includes discussion about the plot, tidbits, cooking tips, etc. What does it all mean anyway? Beats me! Loads of secret stuff.
A compilation of graphics from all three games. Has numerous images of the Pfhor at different views.
Something of a dead page. There is no link to this page from Marathon central although the page still exists. Evan Vetere has long gone. The database was intended to display the strength and weaknessess of all the aliens in Marathon and Marathon 2 at different skill levels. Remained unfinished. Hadn't been updated since 28th September 1995. The intro page also contained some dubious background information on some aliens. No longer at the Indy site (http://indy.mvbms.com/~pulse/marathon/mainpage.html) or at the old AMUG site (http://www.amug.org/~marathon/pid/)
Formerly at http://www.msu.edu/user/reiterbe/marathon/ and http://www.coriolisdesign.com/ben/marathon/. Contains a condensed version (about 2 pages) of the Marathon story. It's well written and combines the story as told by the terminals with some of the theories and speculations as presented on the Marathon's Story page (see above).
News from around the world on Marathon scenarios in development.
The U.E.S.C. Network hosts Max's Marathon GURPS Sourcebook. An attempt to make a full GURPS gameworld based on the Marathon universe. Formerly at uesc.homepage.com.
Maps, Films, Bob Killer, Tricks of the Trade on how to become a Vidmaster, Open source ideas, and the excellent Bob Pictures!
Great site containing Gary's maps (e.g. Hell Hole, and D-Day). Also has Forge, Anvil and Obed tips. Plus the unique Battle Cat humor. The later is worth the visit alone.
Use to be called "Miha the VidMonkey's Workshop" Contains Vidmaster films from Miha and his friend Tomoaki Deguchi (Degu), his 12 page Marathon comic, other Marthon-related sketches, network films, maps and the utility called 'Marathon Map Demerger'. Formerly at http://mars.ru.u-tokai.ac.jp/~miha/ and http://www.lares.dti.ne.jp/~miha