PROFILE: SHORT-RANGE FIGHTER
Glib, wild, undisciplined and irreverent. Lycus Dion is a fury unleashed and you don’t want that on the other team. The origins of this Raider are shrouded in mistery. Rumor is that he’s been seen in many wars over the centuries but that doesn’t seem possible, unless… Lycus Dion is inmortal?
Lycus prefers short distances in order to get up close and enjoy his victims’ face of terror. He is a melee fighter by nature, resistant and ferocious. He has a variable-angle kinetic shield against enemy fire, that is recharged by running.
Lycus uses short-range shotguns with devastating damage potential. The high dispersion makes the shotgun optimal over short distances because it does not require any real accuracy. However, the barrel is limited to few cartridges, so you have to constantly reload.
Harec guided his peaceful clan for many years until the humans arrived. They raided Harec’s village, exterminated every living soul, and left him for dead. Harec managed to crawl to a nearby ruined temple to die, but the power of the temple regenerated his body and awoke an inner strength buried deep within; a strength that would drive him to avenge his massacred people.
Harec has absolute control over his inner Aleph. At his command, the Aleph’s elemental particles recode his body into an ethereal flow that can fly and recompose itself physically wherever he wants. This way, Harec disappears before his enemies and re-appears anywhere nearby, even on walls and ceilings. This skill doesn’t make Harec invisible, but it enables him to await his enemies literally anywhere.
From the arsenal the humans took to the Broken Planet, Harec prefers the manual reloading sniper rifles. Harec uses the time between shots to infuse the bullets with Aleph, thus increasing their killing capacity tremendously. The Aleph trace left by the shots gives away the shooter’s positions, so Harec must change positions frequently if he doesn’t want to be located.