The Song of Amergin
In the early centuries after the Eschaton, the Marauders found their way into myth and legend as uncontrolled berserkers. It is said that their numbers can be counted on a few hands. It is also said that they hunt Sleepers. They cover their bodies in pus-stained bandages, as though these scraps were the only things holding them together. They can vaporize opponents or entire villages by merely pointing a finger. The vultures of old Britain and the rams of the Jehammedans are often found with them. However, information about these beings, who exist somewhere between decay and omnipotence, is sparing. Even the Chroniclers must resort to guesses.