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Mad Maggie
Mad Maggie.jpg
Rebel Warlord
Real Name Margaret Kōhere
Gender Female
Age 55[1]
Homeworld Salvo
Legend Type Offensive.svg Offensive
Tactical Ability Riot Drill.svg Riot Drill
Passive Ability Warlord's Ire.svg Warlord's Ire
Ultimate Ability Wrecking Ball.svg Wrecking Ball
Real-world Info
Voice Actor Nicola Kāwana[2]

Mad Maggie is a Legend introduced in Season 12.svg Season 12 that is locked from the base game. She can be unlocked using digital currency: either Legend Tokens 12,000 or Apex Coins 750.

Maggie is an Offensive.svg Offensive Legend with powerful combat abilities. Her Riot Drill.svg Riot Drill forces her enemies out of cover by spitting fire through it, and her Warlord's Ire.svg Warlord's Ire allows her to track her enemies and move quickly with shotguns. Finally, her Wrecking Ball.svg Wrecking Ball lays a trail of speed boosting pads to propel her squad into battle at high speed.


Riot Drill[]

Riot Drill.svg Tactical Q/LB/L1/LB
Riot Drill
Description Fire a drill that attaches to an obstacle and burns enemies on the other side.
Cooldown 22 seconds

  • The drill cannot be destroyed once it attaches to an obstacle.
  • Can drill through a surface of wall/prop up to 13 meters - an indicator on screen will show detected depth
  • If attached, a flare will shoot out the other side
    • Takes 1 second to activate after attaching, and deals a total of 160 damage over 9 seconds.
    • Flare depth is 5 meters
  • If it hits an enemy directly, it will deal 5 damage and bounce off them.

  • Works against:
  • Can be affected by Horizon's Gravity Lift.svg Gravity Lift.
  • Bounces off of Pathfinder's Boxing Ring on Olympus.

  • When you know an enemy is hiding behind a door, use your drill to damage the enemy behind it. This can force them to move and create an opening for your team.

  • Due to how a wall/prop surface is calculated by the game, it may sometimes seems to drill through only a short distance instead of all the way down the wall/prop.

  • Warlord's Ire[]

    Warlord's Ire.svg Passive
    Warlord's Ire
    Description Temporarily highlight enemies you've damaged.
    Move faster with shotguns.
    Cooldown ?

    • Damaged enemies' silhouettes are visible through walls and obstacles for 1 second.
    • Maggie can walk and run with a shotgun at the same speed as when her weapon is holstered.
      • Speed boost also affect ADS in shotgun, resulting an effective ADS speed penalty of 0% when compared to other weapons.[3]

  • If you have a shotgun in your inventory, keep it equipped even when not in a fight, as it provides combat readiness with no cost to movement speed.

  • Wrecking Ball[]

    Wrecking Ball.svg Ultimate Z/LB+RB/L1+R1/LB+RB
    Wrecking Ball
    Description Throw a ball that releases speed-boosting pads and detonates near enemies.
    Charge time 1.5 minutes

    • When released, the ball bounces off floors, ceilings, and walls.
    • Upon hitting a wall, a speed-boosting pad is placed in a zig-zag pattern.
      • Stepping on them provide a maximum 30% speed boost. (Does not stack with other speed boosts.)
      • The speed boost lasts for 3 seconds.
      • Boost pads disappear 60 seconds after the ball explodes.
    • Can break through doors
    • Will explode after bouncing maximum amount of times, or upon hitting an enemy
      • Deals a maximum of 20 damage, as well as stunning enemies and Maggie within a radius.

  • Can bounce off both the inside and outside of Gibraltar's Dome of Protection.svg Dome of Protection and Rampart's Amped Cover.svg Amped Cover.
  • Can bounce off players, and explodes shortly after coming into contact.
  • Can be launched by Octane's Launch Pad.svg Launch Pad.
  • Can be affected by Horizon's Gravity Lift.svg Gravity Lift.

  • If one knows enemy is hiding behind a blocked door, a wrecking ball can break the door and stun the enemies behind them, providing an opening for Maggie and her team.
  • Aside from its offensive use, the wrecking ball can also be used for rotation across the map, or escaping a dangerous situation.
    • Be aware that enemies can use your boost pad trail to follow you.

  • Lore[]

    Margaret Kōhere - the woman who would one day be known as Mad Maggie - grew up in one of the dustiest, dullest corners of Salvo without any family to speak of. She was fortunate, then, to meet a kindred chaotic spirit: an adventurous young boy named Walter Fitzroy. The two were inseparable, and in their teenage years, they became mercenaries. Eventually this duo grew into the Cracked Talon - a powerful mercenary operation. It was here she earned her nom de guerre: Mad Maggie. But when rival warlord Sandringham Kelly signed a treaty with the Syndicate, Maggie’s hopes for an independent Salvo were ruined, and Fuse abandoned her for the Games, leaving Maggie very mad indeed…

    By sabotaging Fuse’s entrance into the Apex games, Maggie planned to expose how weak the Syndicate was, in hopes it would spark rebellion on Salvo. Fuse would assemble a team to take down Maggie… only for the pair to have a heart to heart where they came to accept each other’s choices: Fuse will always follow the fun, and Maggie will always follow the cause.

    It seemed as though Maggie fell to her death after that exchange...But she was apprehended by the Syndicate, and sentenced to fight to the death in the Apex Games. So she will: just not hers.


    Margaret "Mad Maggie" Kōhere was born on Salvo in 2679, growing up in a rough part of the planet. She did not have family growing up, but she did have her closest friend, Walter Fitzroy. One day, while exploring, the two came across a golden hand grenade clutched by the corpse of a deceased freedom fighter. The two claimed the grenade as their own, occasionally passing it back and forth as a symbol of their bond.[4]

    Kōhere was seen as a troublemaker throughout her schooling years, and she and Fuse were often separated during classes.[5] One famous stunt of hers during this time was freeing one class’s birds at the behest of Fuse.[6] She did, however, gain a strong sense of patriotism and nationalism for Salvo at a young age, as shown by an essay written by her in seventh grade,[5] According to her, she's been prepared to die for her planet since the age of 12. [4]

    Good as Gold[]

    Logo of the Cracked Talon

    As the pair grew older, Kōhere and Fitzroy led a variety of escapades together, including robberies, heists, and bomb defusals. However, their goals began to drift apart as they grew older. While Fuse felt the allure of bloodsport and began fighting in Salvo’s famous Bonecage, Kōhere became fully invested in Salvo’s independence movement, founding and leading a warband known as the Cracked Talon.[4] She conducted a variety of anti-Mercenary Syndicate operations, including riots and raids on supply ships, the spoils from which she redistributed to the citizens of Salvo.[7]

    In 2734, Salvo became the seventh planet to join the Syndicate Alliance of Free Worlds.[8] Fuse was soon selected as the first representative from Salvo to compete in the Apex Games. Kōhere was infuriated by this, wanting nothing to do with the Syndicate, for herself or Salvo. The two friends got into a fight as a result, with Kōhere pulling the pin on their grenade and using it to blow off Fuse’s right arm.[4]

    Season 8 Launch Trailer[]

    Fuse's introduction to the Apex Games occurred during the Salvo-Syndicate Merger Ceremony, riding into Kings Canyon on a refurbished IMS Thermopylae.[9] Kōhere, however, planned to sabotage Fuse’s entrance into the Apex games to expose how weak the Syndicate was, in hopes it would spark rebellion on Salvo. She quickly hacked into the Thermopylae’s systems, demanding the delivery of Fuse’s other arm. She then hijacked the ship’s artillery cannons and attacked the spectators, causing Fuse to destroy them with a well-placed grenade. Kōhere finally detonated a vast array of explosives she had planted across the island, devastating the area and wrecking the Thermopylae with the debris.[10]


    Fuse, Bloodhound, and Lifeline confronted Kōhere in an attempt to stop her attacks.[11] However, she quickly captured the three Legends, seeking to convince Fuse to return to the side of Salvo. He refused,[12] and as a result, she took control of the Apex Games, modifying the ring to behave erratically.[13]

    After a few weeks of torment, Fuse decided to pursue Kōhere to stop her chaos. She soon shot his ship down,[14] causing it to disastrously land in a park.[15] Kōhere and Fuse attacked each other with explosives, with both being blown off a ledge by the blast.[16] Fuse, wishing to help her up, offered her his arm, but Kōhere refused, letting go and falling[17] to what Fuse assumed was her death.[6] However, she survived, and was later found inciting riots and resistance on the Fringe World of Págos.[18]

    Kōhere fled in a custom Goblin fighter, and was later shot down during a dogfight in the skies of Gaea. She was phased away after her aircraft was struck, and was later apprehended on Olympus. Wreckage from the fight landed on Olympus [19] and Storm Point. [20]

    After her arrest, the Mercenary Syndicate claimed to have "creative punishments" planned for her.[21] Believing her execution to be imminent, Kōhere used her last request to write a letter to Fuse, musing on the different definitions people have for freedom. [22]


    Kōhere was tried by the Syndicate for 27 counts of sedition, including 18 counts of inciting riots and 9 counts of attacking Syndicate supply ships, as well as for her attack on Kings Canyon. A defiant Kōhere, insistent that it was all justified in the name of freedom, bit the bars in front of her and spat a dislodged tooth at the presiding Magistrate, impaling and blinding his right eye. She was then taken to be executed by firing squad. However, before the strike team could pull their triggers, Kōhere was saved by the intervention of Eduardo Silva. As an alternative punishment, the Magistrate dictated that Kōhere become a competitor in the Apex Games, where her fellow competitors would become her executioners. She was indefinitely detained afterwards, sending a letter to the Salvonian zine Backs\ash to encourage her followers to keep fighting.[23]

    Season 12 Launch Trailer[]

    During her first match of the Apex Games, a bound Kōhere was launched from a dropship in handcuffs, but not before mercilessly tearing out the throat of a Syndicate soldier with her teeth. Kōhere evaded several squads before dropping through a hatch on Olympus to find Silva working at a console below, declaring his plan to establish her as a "villain" in his quest for control of the Syndicate. Grabbing his green spectacles, she was sent back to the surface, after which Silva activated a protocol to teleport the arena over a metropolitan area on the surface of Psamathe using the newly installed Phase Driver. After another chase she met with Octane and Lifeline, whom she was paired with for the match. The two Legends begrudgingly allied themselves with the warlord, with Octane giving her an EVA-8 shotgun. [24]

    After the match's conclusion, Silva immediately hosted a broadcast to blame Kōhere for the sudden relocation of Olympus. Kōhere presented Silva's glasses to prove her innocence. The three agreed to work together in an attempt to take down Silva. Kōhere additionally tells Lifeline to find her "when [she's] ready to unleash." [25]

    The Perfect Son[]

    During an Apex Games match on Storm Point, Kōhere was placed on a team with Lifeline and Fuse. She and Fuse focused their fire on a swarm of Carthage spiders while a distraught Lifeline lamented about Octane's impulsiveness. The two offered their own advice - Kōhere stated that the only person Lifeline can depend on is herself, and Fuse stated that it's good to rely on one's friends, but they should always be given space. The two began to bitterly fight over their responses, with Kōhere branding him a traitor and Fuse defending his departure from Salvo, stating that "it takes strength to walk away from everything ya know." During their argument, Lifeline had to single-handedly fend off a second swarm of spiders, with the two only joining after personally being attacked. [26]

    After Eduardo Silva was elected as the leader of the Syndicate council, Kōhere was approached by Lifeline. Satisified that her advice was taken, she asked Lifeline of her plan, to which she responded that she intends to "burn [the Outlands] down."[27]

    Cosmetic items[]


    There are a total of 45 Legend skins for Mad Maggie; 6 Legendary, 7 Epic, 16 Rare and 16 Common.

    1. Included in the Mad Maggie Launch Bundle.

    1. Only available in Defiance Starter Pack


    Main article: Finisher


    Main article: Emote
    • Come Get Some - Default
    • Firestarter - Crafting Metals 1,200
    • Guitar Tuner - Crafting Metals 1,200
    • New Whirl Order - Crafting Metals 400

    Skydive Emotes[]

    Main article: Skydive Emote



    Main article: Holospray
    • Season 13 Eat This, Eggs! - Level 11
    1. Included in the Mad Maggie Launch Bundle.


    Main article: Transition

    Music Pack[]

    Main article: Music Pack

    Voice lines[]



    While she was introduced as a non-player character in "Good as Gold" on January 18th, 2021, and featured heavily throughout Season 8.svg Season 8 as an antagonist and announcer, she was not seen again up until being revealed as a playable Legend in Season 12.svg Season 12.

    • On January 21st, 2022, on Storm Point, a dogfight between a Syndicate fighter jet and a Cracked Talons fighter jet can be witnessed in the sky. Eventually, the Salvo fighter plane will be shot down above the North Pad. The main body phased out, but a wing with Cracked Talons logo and covered with the phase energy will crash onto the beach to the south of the pad structure.
      • The above teaser also serves to show the dynamic terrain changes coming on Olympus in Season 12.
      • It is revealed to be Maggie's capture by Syndicate, with her failing plane phased to Olympus. The audio transcript of her is used as a description for a Transition
    • On January 24th, 2022, "Judgment" was released.
    • On January 27th, 2022, the Season 12 Launch Trailer was released.

    Datamined info[]

    • In a developer video leaked during the Genesis Icon.svg Genesis Collection Event, a "Maggy Character Selection" video file can be seen in a folder.
    • After the December 07, 2021 Patch, a string mentioning "madmaggie", along with multiple Skydive Emote mentions for her, were datamined.


    • Maggie was one of the four Legends that was the announcer of a game mode, the others being Mirage, Revenant, and Ash. She served as the announcer for the Ring Fury takeover during the Chaos Theory Icon.svg Chaos Theory Collection Event and the War Games Icon.svg War Games event takeovers.
    • Maggie is the first Legend to have their own Transition (Season 8 The Freedom of Salvo from Season 8.svg Season 8) before being made playable. She is additionally the only Legend to have a name consisting of more than one word.
    • Maggie is a New Zealander (a Kiwi), in contrast to how Fuse is Australian.[28] Some of her voice lines have her speak in the Māori language.
      • Maggie uses Kiwi slang which also naturally involves Te Reo Māori.
      • Maggie's voicelines, especially her quips reference New Zealand culture.
    • Maggie is kept in a prison cell beneath Olympus between Apex Games matches.[23][27]
    • Maggie kept Fuse's severed arm in a preserved canister. [12] She also kept the pin from the Golden Grenade as a toothpick.
    • Maggie's personal Goblin fighter is known as "The Māngōroa", named after a mythical shark that was placed into space by the demigod Maui. [29]