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Grunts are the lowest ranked units of the A.A.H.W. and antagonists in the Madness Combat series.

History

Madness Combat 1

A large group of Grunts fought Hank J. Wimbleton after he killed the Boombox Man and stole his boombox. They were all defeated by Hank. Two of them were also resurrected as Zombies by Jesus and were later killed as well.

Madness Combat 2: Redeemer

Many Grunts were seen working for the Sheriff's main line of protection against Hank. They opposed Hank in his mission to kill the Sheriff. Several were reanimated as zombies by Jesus at one point, but Hank re-killed them soon after.

Madness Combat 3: Avenger

Grunts were again seen working under the Sheriff. In addition to regular Grunts, more elite versions of Grunts wearing gray sunglasses were also seen.

Madness Combat 4: Apotheosis

Grunts were seen raving in Club M when Hank arrived. They all attacked Hank after he shot Tricky, who was working as a DJ at the club, but they were all killed by him. Soon after, Jesus arrived and resurrected all the ravers as zombies, but Hank just killed them again.

Madness Combat 5: Depredation

Grunts can be seen raving in the Flying Party that fell on Sanford and Deimos after they delivered Hank the dragon sword.

Madness Combat 6: Antipathy

In addition to 1337 Agents, many Grunts fought against Hank, particularly when Hank entered the second building. It appears that the Grunts were going through the process of being upgraded and replaced by the 1337 Crew in the A.A.H.W. during this episode, as signs can be seen in the last room showing the steps for the grunts' reassignment.

Madness Combat 7: Consternation

Two grunts were seen doing push-ups while being supervised by a l33t agent. After Hank landed on and killed the agent, the two grunts attacked him but were soon killed by Hank ripping out the heart of one of them and tearing off flesh from the other one.

Madness Combat 9: Aggregation

After the Auditor interrupted a group of l33t agents' gambling, he bisected a Grunt with a dragon sword.

Known Grunts

Rich

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In Madness Combat 2: Redeemer, an employee of the month award for perfect attendance is shown on one of the walls inside The Sheriff's building, and their name is Rich. In Incident: 011A, Rich is briefly seeing wielding a knife behind his desk and attempts to attack a MAG Agent showing he's slightly more skilled than most other grunts but he's still killed off rather quickly, though this death is non-canon.

In the story mode of Madness: Project Nexus 2, Rich's award can still sometimes be seen on the walls 30 years later and Rich now has a long white beard, working at the power plant where he does Energy Logistics. He assists Hank in shutting down the plant after assuming he's there to replace him.

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The Auditor | Jesus | Tricky the Clown | Sheriff | Grunts | 1337 Crew | A.T.P. Engineers | A.T.P. Soldats | Mag Agents | Retainer | Zombies | Skeletons

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