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==Enemy Compendium==
 
==Enemy Compendium==
{{See|Rubicus/Enemy Compendium}}
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{{See Also|Rubicus/Enemy Compendium}}
 
''Loosely modeled after the imposing imperial dreadnoughts, this compact battle droid was designed to emulate the offensive capabilities of a human soldier at a fourth of the cost of outfitting a single trooper. However, although the Martinet's firepower proved more than sufficient, its mobility and AI left much to be desired--perhaps in part because it was built from secondhand parts. Thus, the Type-37 Automated Battle Droid was relegated to a supporting role in the imperial fleet, deployed ''en masse'' to potential hotspots in order to preemptively wear down enemies before they engaged the main forces.''
 
''Loosely modeled after the imposing imperial dreadnoughts, this compact battle droid was designed to emulate the offensive capabilities of a human soldier at a fourth of the cost of outfitting a single trooper. However, although the Martinet's firepower proved more than sufficient, its mobility and AI left much to be desired--perhaps in part because it was built from secondhand parts. Thus, the Type-37 Automated Battle Droid was relegated to a supporting role in the imperial fleet, deployed ''en masse'' to potential hotspots in order to preemptively wear down enemies before they engaged the main forces.''
   

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