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Ying

Ying faction

S.D.U

Side
Attacker
Role
crowd-control, front-line
Armor
Speed
Difficulty

UNIQUE ABILITIES AND PLAYSTYLE

Inspired by the new breed of stun grenades showcased by the S.A.S., this mercury and magnesium based explosive creates a multitude of blinding flashes. The Candela device releases a cluster of flash charges that can either be anchored on surfaces or thrown out as a grenade.

Loadout

Primary Weapon

T-95 LSW

Light Machine Gun

SIX12

SHOTGUN

Secondary Weapon

Q-929

HANDGUN

Gadget

Breach Charge

Claymore

Unique Ability

Candela

Biography
Real Name
Siu Mei Lin
Date of Birth
May 12th (Age 33)
Place of Birth
Hong Kong, Central

Biography

Born in the comfortable Central district of Hong Kong, Siu Mei Lin was a close protection operative before joining the Special Duties Unit (S.D.U.). With her acute reflexes and cunning CQB methods, she took the lead on several VIP and witness protection operations. Having developed an explosive short-range power and combat skills, she joined an elite security service school after graduation. Aiming to become an all-purpose operative, she traveled to a female exclusive training facility in Tel Aviv, Israel. She spent the following two years there, developing an expertise in firearms and driving maneuvers. After completing her program she returned to Hong Kong, where she ensured the protection of several high risk profiles. In 2008, she reoriented her career toward the police force after being involved in a kidnapping situation. She was first recruited to review the processes used by the Police Tactical Force’s Security Wing. During this time, her interest to lead international hostage rescue operations grew, which drove her to apply to the S.D.U.. As a Flying Tiger (S.D.U.), she uses her experience in close protection to ensure minimum casualties while leading high risk operations amidst Hong Kong’s dense urban population.

Psychological report

Her easy-going manner allows her to blend in, making her clients and teammates feel both secure and comfortable. Shows potential signs of post-traumatic stress disorder. She admitted having flashbacks of the car crash when she rushes into high risk situations involving a number of civilians. Her extreme driving maneuvers may be a way for her to cope with stress, to assert control over those memories.