was a powerful Warbringer protoss reaver who served in Mojo's Boys alongside Praetor Mojo.
Warbringer was a reaver developed with a powerful A.I. that specialized in advanced siege warfare.
Great War, the Warbringer fought alongside Mojo's Boys. Midway through the conflict it was captured by Schezar's Scavengers and placed in a stasis cell on Aiur. Protoss Praetor Mojo enlisted the help of a breakaway faction of Alpha Squadron, a military unit within the Terran Dominion, led by Tom Kazansky and Magellan. The terrans rescued Mojo, the and the Danimoth Warbringer from captivity.
Warbringer took part in a mission to destroy a cerebrate captured by the Scavengers, alongside Mojo's Boys and the breakaway terran faction. The mission was a success.
A New Warbringer Edit
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End War, a Purifier construct of modeled after the AI of was created, and fought alongside Warbringer Talandar. It possessed the ability to inhabit the shell of Purifier colossi.
Game Unit Edit
Warbringer serves as a hero reaver. Compared to a regular reaver, it has much higher stats with all reaver upgrades.
Warbringer attacks immediately, instead of waiting before attacking like an ordinary reaver.
Each scarab does 100 normal damage, upgradable to 125, plus
splash damage. Scarabs will chase their target on the ground, self-destructing harmlessly after five seconds if it cannot make contact. Scarabs cannot ascend or descend from cliffs, but may use ramps. Scarabs may not be intercepted.
+1 armor bonus to shields per level for all units and structures.
Increases scarab damage by 25 (to 125).
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