Not to be confused with the
Prepare to be raided!
Corporate Raiders are seventh on the Bossbot corporate ladder. They are building-only cogs, unless there is an invasion. Their levels range from seven to eleven.
"You don't fit in my corporation."
"Prepare to be raided!"
"Looks like you're primed for a take-over."
"This is not proper corporate attire."
"You're looking rather vulnerable."
"Time to sign over your assets."
"I'm on a Toon removal crusade."
"You are defenseless against my ideas."
"Relax, you'll find this is for the best."
"I'm taking over your company."
Cog suit promotion
Greed is Good
Dislikes: Toons, Sinking Profits
Likes: Pillaging, Ill-gotten Gains
Toons have to defeat a Corporate Raider to get a Bossbot suit part.
Corporate Raiders are one of the different kinds of V2.0 cogs.
They are in the Trolley game Tug of War.
Corporate Raiders resemble pirates, because they wear pirate bandannas and have earrings in their ears. In fact, the level seven Drop Gag, Toontanic, is its weakness because they are vulnerable to attacks from nautical vessels.
On the trading card, it wears a Sellbot suit, has a belt with a gear on it, and does not have a beard. It is holding a cutlass while on the deck of a pirate ship.
The Corporate Raider looks somewhat similar to the Tightwad, Bottom Feeder, and Flunky, due to its body shape and head mesh.
Corporate Raiders are one of the 5 cogs with facial hair, and the only one with a beard. The other cogs with facial hair are Mover & Shakers, Money Bags, Robber Barons, and Bottom Feeders.
Name of origin
A Corporate Raider is a person who undertakes hostile takeovers of companies.
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