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Striker

Side
Attacker
SPECIALTY
SUPPORT
HEALTH
Speed
Difficulty

UNIQUE ABILITIES AND PLAYSTYLE

Striker is the Attacker Operator with access to all secondary gadgets for Attack Operators. They have access to the M4 and the M249 as primary weapons, and the 5.7 USG and ITA 12S as secondary weapons.

Loadout

Primary Weapon

M4

ASSAULT RIFLE

M249

Light Machine Gun

Secondary Weapon

5.7 USG

HANDGUN

ITA12S

SHOTGUN

Gadget

Breach Charge

Claymore

Frag Grenade

HARD BREACH CHARGE

Smoke Grenade

Stun Grenade

Impact EMP Grenade

Biography
Real Name
Undefined
Date of Birth
Undefined
Place of Birth
Undefined

BIOGRAPHY

“We earned the right to be here. Now we just have to earn the right to stay”

Rainbow’s Attack Recruits, known as Strikers, are a cornerstone of the institution and despite internal perception, are not a generic monolith of identical soldiers. Generally speaking, they are much more youthful than our experienced Specialists and Operators, but that doesn’t make them any less integral to the smooth running of our missions. Furthermore, there are worse things than being overly enthusiastic, even if occasionally there will be some Recruits who get a little too excitable around our elite Specialists. Despite the confidential nature of Rainbow’s missions, some Recruits have been known to treat our Ops like near-celebrities, coming up with their own theories about who did what in various missions and pressing them for details and stories. Due to this and other concerns from Specialists, the Recruits now have their own mess hall and generally only interact with the Ops directly involved in their training. Though all of these Recruits hail from the most elite of elite military and counter-terror institutions, they all know that Rainbow is a cut above and treat the organization with the respect and discipline it demands.

Although not full-fledged Operators, many Recruits have gone through trials by fire, like the survivors of Deimos’ attack on Tower. They performed valiantly, collaborating effectively with Vigil to down the helicopter that led the attack and took so many young lives. While this event was tragic, it was also a true test of field composure, leading one such survivor, Ram, to become a Specialist.

PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORT

As I’m running Rainbow’s Attack Recruit training, I’d be the most useful to weigh in here. I’ve got them mastering vertical breaching, flanking maneuvers, and drone use. While Recruits arrive from all sorts of CTUs, military, or other enforcement units, bringing a ton of solid experience, it’s important we still put ‘em through a bit of a wringer.

Once they’ve moved beyond training, Recruits are the frontline in any ground, air or naval assault. While some of our more hardened and jaded Specialists may dismiss them as mere cannon fodder, a successful Recruit will create the windows of time that allow Rainbow’s Specialists to run a successful mission. I know I’ve counted on them more than once in my tenure.

Rainbow’s Specialists are the best of the best, and the bottom line is that most Attack Recruits won’t make the cut. Those that do, however, could find a home on numerous Squads. Thanks to their single-minded focus on completing mission objectives, Ghosteyes and Redhammer are the most logical spots, but no two Recruits are the same, so predictions like this can often prove futile. I’m more focused on getting them in fighting shape, anyhow.

-- Specialist Sam “Zero” Fisher, Attack Recruit Training Lead

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