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The Ranger, Raider Recon by Zeretg The Ranger, Raider Recon by Zeretg
My muse for this soldier of the Dragons was actually the Reaper from SC2, however, the Ranger is merely a light skirmisher for quick strike on personal and have no capable way of leveling structures.

"Time to burn our trail!"
"You looking for a fight?"
"Pop them and bust through!"
"Never the chump for glory."

Light-armored and swift with their 'Tempest' Jump Pack, these air-borne soldiers can easily leap into an encampment and terminate the commanders without a sweat and leave without any the wiser of what happened. The body itself would not withstand the impact when coming down as the Pack will require a massive discharge of energy to launch across a five mile distance, so the boots that they wear are modified with anti-shock material that charges the pack depending on how much of the impact it would have been. Within the armory, the Ranger is capable of using the standard 'Knight' and 'Conscript' as well as their own personal weaponry such as...

    - S-19 - 'Gemini' Gauss Pistols: Twin machine pistols, these lethal weapons are a Ranger's trademark weapon as its spike rounds are fired at a rate of 20 per sec. As such, it is favored to avoid getting on the Ranger's bad side else these pistols with be the last you see of the known world.

    - T-001 - 'Lightning' Shock Baton: As a standard understanding, the shock baton functions the same as any other, but it is of more value to a Ranger than an average Soldier as the Ranger is known to use this to stun targets for capture, short-circuit any security systems, and is capable of flinging a electric sphere for harder targets when the Pack needs time to charge or when the system is too protected to get close.
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