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Jäger

Jäger faction

GSG9

Side
Defender
Role
Roam, Secure
Armor
Speed
Difficulty

UNIQUE ABILITIES AND PLAYSTYLE

Jager can help his team create a defensive stronghold before roaming the map to intercept flanking attackers. He is capable of destroying incoming projectiles due to his unique deployable gadget : the Active Defense System or ADS.

Loadout

Primary Weapon

M870

SHOTGUN

416-C Carbine

ASSAULT RIFLE

Secondary Weapon

P12

HANDGUN

Gadget

Barbed Wire

Bulletproof camera

Unique Ability

Active Defense System

Biography
Real Name
Marius Streicher
Date of Birth
March 9th (Age 39)
Place of Birth
Düsseldorf, Germany

Biography

“Birthdays. Proposals. These should be surprises. No one wants a grenade to the face.”

Raised by his uncle, a mechanic with the Bundespolizei (BPOL) Aviation Group, Streicher was around engines and motors at an early age. While he demonstrated skills in mechanics, it didn’t hold the challenge that he was looking for. Since he had an affinity for complex machinery, his uncle encouraged him to study aeronautical engineering at university, but strict academic form was an uncomfortable fit for him. So while Streicher’s grades were acceptable, he had a tendency toward restless antics. Following his hobby and passion in flying, he spent considerable time around pilots and aircraft. Private corporations sought him out, but Streicher joined BPOL-Aviation Group because it offered him unique challenges, the opportunity to fly and to serve his country. Almost immediately, Streicher began designing defensive weapon systems for BPOL including a ground-based Active Defense System (ADS) prototype. It was this prototype that caught the attention of GSG 9 and Rainbow.

Psychological report

Specialist Marius “Jäger” Streicher has a creative curiosity that’s reflected both in his operations and his daily life. The first part of our conversation was spent discussing a documentary that he watched the night before, about scientists searching for new antibiotics. Streicher was so caught up in it that he sent the link to Specialists Gustave “Doc” Kateb, Emmanuelle “Twitch” Pichon, and Lera “Finka” Melnikova. I’m sure they were all equally interested, if maybe not thrilled to be contacted so early in the morning.

That was only the start of our conversation. Streicher discussed other documentaries that he found fascinating: NASA sending a probe to the sun, new discoveries about Tyrannosaurus Rex, really anything to feed his voracious appetite for information on any subject. Robotics and artificial intelligence are the topics he seeks out the most but he enjoys almost anything. []

Streicher’s lively energy made for a dizzying meeting. Though the conversation wasn’t erratic, it had a path, I admit I wasn’t able to see it until I noticed that he often mentions the team: Wondering if so-and-so is doing alright after the loss of their dog, if another one received the birthday card he sent, and other references. Streicher enjoys sharing information so that he can make connections. Not just his connection with individuals, but a web of connections among everyone. []

His own upbringing wasn’t particularly lively or warm and the small family meant that he had very little company his age. He told me that his uncle was a fussy man – nitpicky. Streicher appreciates his uncle and all that he taught him, going so far as to say that his uncle made him a better person. But Streicher did also say that his uncle was closed off and had no sense of humor. I believe the translation is “grouchy bean counter.” Understanding this background shines some light on why Streicher is so eager to create these connections with his team. He sees them as family. It certainly explains how intensely protective he is of them either on operations or during downtime.

-- Dr. Harishva “Harry” Pandey, Director of Rainbow

Gameplay Tips

SEE WITHOUT BEING SEEN

Your ADS will only be able to shoot what it can see. Make sure you place both of them strategically so they have a clear line of sight to the path of any projectile. Also try to hide them from the attackers.

STACK YOUR DEFENSES

Sometimes, it can be necessary to place 2 ADS next to each other to intercept all of the Attacker's utility. Players will often consecutively throw flash grenades, smoke grenades and finish with Ying's Candela or Frag grenades. By stacking your ADS, you maximize your protection.

PROTECT YOUR ALLIES

As Jäger, you increase the effectiveness of your teammates. You protect Castle's Armor Panel, Mira's Black Mirror or barbed wire. This allows your team more freedom to play. You only have 3 ADS, use them wisely.

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