Pages that don't fall easily into any of the above categories.
Craig Mullins Home Page
Marathon and non-Marathon art from the man himself.
Gallery of Craig Mullins' Marathon and Myth artwork at Bungie's home page.
More Craig Mullins art. The Hyperarchive was the first site to showcase the Marathon art of Craig Millins.
Pictures of some of the regulars on IRC #Marathon. Put a face to that name. This page has had many ups and downs. The first IRC page was maintained by Tristan Horn <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Zeid Derhally <email@example.com>. It's second reincarnation was maintained by Jonah Kowall <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Now maintained by Nick Roemer (aka Stompbox).
The Palace is a graphical, interactive chat environment. Similar to IRC but allowing scripting. Sounds, avatars, backgrounds, and music are also controllable by the user.
Page contains an original Marathon song called "Durandal". Great electric guitar sound. It comes in two formats .mov and a smaller better quality MP3. Grab the MP3 version. You'll need an MP3 player to listen to it so pick up the latest version of MacAMP at http://www.macamp.com/.
Detailed instructions on how to put your own background music into Marathon. See also Game Music section for details on "Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge" a Marathon total conversion.
Sailor Moon: Marathon by Arturus X. R. <email@example.com>. A Sailor Moon Romance with Marathon characters.
Three pieces of Marathon humor. "Pfhor on the Floor!" "You've been playing Marathon too long when..." and "Things NOT said during Marathon Net Play"
Ben's start of an Encyclopedia containing a number of Marathon references. Didn't get very far however. The page was last updated on 8/1/96. Nostalgic viewing only.
Contains the Marathon music files compressed into a PC .zip file or Mac .sit file. Also has the BankGothic font (used in the Marathon manuals).
Matthew 'Magic' Smith creator of a large number of the animated gifs on the Marathon's Story page reveals his secrets... sort of. Matthew Rules!
A page devoted to the educational possibilities of Marathon, from the embedded literary references, to the possibilities of Marathon mapmaking in realistic environments.