Hello Armies, Welcome to another rogue company spotlight. And today we are going to feature a rogue named Seeker .
Seeker can be described as an Intel Seeker, A Rogue Company member that helps his team discover information about the positions of enemies to change battles to their advantage. Seeker can make use of the Scanner Arrow ability to reveal enemies that are on its course while his projectiles cause two times the injury when hit by bounces.
Tyler Palmer enjoyed target practice at camp, and wanted to be a top archer. Tyler continued to try his best at archery and eventually was a participant in his first World Archery Championships. After securing an award of gold for his outstanding performances, Rogue Company offered a place as a member of their team. He already had achieved his goal in life and why not? He was trained by the most skilled Rogue, Kestrel, because she is a veteran of the battlefield and knows what it is like better than any other. After months of intensive learning, Kestrel agreed that Tyler was prepared and decided to give him a codename: Seeker.
Seeker appears to be an inexperienced and ignorant Rogue, which is reasonable given his age. Seeker is also a faithful and welcoming Rogue Company member, always taking care of his fellow members and showing his love and respect to them. When he revives allies, he inquires whether they’re feeling well and then seeks revenge after they’re eliminated. Tyler also demonstrates himself to be extremely satisfied and proud of actions, acknowledging his incredible abilities when it comes to destroying enemies and completing tasks. One of the most unique characteristics that Tyler exhibits is the ability to speak about himself from a third person perspective.
Seeker is outfitted by an assault weapon as well as an assault rifle and a DMR. The Sahara is in a tie with the HRM-30KS as having the second most destructive assault weapon. It’s the best option for mid-range combat as it is his most aggressive main weapon. The main flaw with this rifle is its magazine’s size and reload speed, which can be addressed by upgrading the weapon to at least Level 2.
Arren L2-12 is recommended to those who like to stay away from their enemies. It excels in medium- to long-range battles due to its firearm with a scope. Its stats are quite even, however two issues that aren’t overlooked are the size of the magazine and recoil. However both can be addressed by upgrading the weapon to at a minimum Tier 2. The second weapon used by Seeker can be described as the A3 Salvo. It’s a burst-fire gun that could be the most devastating if every bullet is hit as well as having the highest handling on the base level, and also the most ammo capacity.
The Seeker’s Arrow Scanner can detect enemies on its flight route. Contrary to Dallas the other Intel Rogue It is not a guarantee which means it could be unusable if utilized in the wrong manner. But, once you’re comfortable with it, this ability can be used to reveal all of the team’s opponents in one go by using only one arrow – something that Dallas isn’t able to do. It can also hurt opponents by striking them with it. It can be likely to kill the target if it bounces off in a way that his passive skill assures him. However, since it’s a high-risk method to align his arrow according to your opponent’s position , and you could be using a powerful ability, it’s not advisable to use it to only cause harm, particularly when you’re a novice using Seeker.
Seeker is armed with a Bounce Grenade and a Sticky Sensor. Its Bounce Grenade can be used to get rid of enemies who are in the corners or behind walls, making it even more effective with the “Ricochet” non-defensive. Even with the Arrow Scanner not being present, it is still possible to reveal enemies through his Sticky Sensor, another tool that Seeker must keep track of the location of enemies to keep a watchful eye of specific areas.
The primary benefits for Seeker include Life Drain, Stalker and Lifeline. Life Drain is a significant perk for him due to the nature of his loadout, as it is his responsibility to maintain an adequate distance from adversaries. If he is cornered, the player can swiftly deal with the situation by recovering health when his losses rise. Stalker is a perfect match for Seeker’s capabilities as he’ll move faster, even when aiming down targets with his Arrow Scanner for enemies, or using his weapons. Lifeline can help allies get back on the field as soon as they fall which is extremely beneficial to his arsenal, even when you’re not an Support Rogue as he will likely be near to his team members because of the distance he stays away from opposing teams.
Seeker can use a variety of methods to identify enemies and take on them without keeping him out of sight and also has a lot of advantages in surviving that allow him to prolong his lifespan and make enemies have an unpleasant time trying to kill him.
Seeker is able to be out-gunned quickly by Rogues who have SMGs and shotguns in their arsenals as the Arren L2-12 is a scoped weapon. The Sahara is capable of causing a lot of damage, but it’s not fast enough to eliminate them as well as A3 Salvo is a better choice. A3 Salvo works better at mid-range distances.
Being an Intel Rogue, Seeker must constantly seek out ways to find out about enemies’ positions or the direction they’re traveling in order to devise his strategies for taking them out as quickly as possible. With the aid of his devices, perks, and capabilities that he has, he doesn’t have to expose himself too much to achieve this, proving his skill in securing targets as well as playing defense when required but also not terribly when playing offensively.
Well, that’s it for Seeker. What can you say about this rogue? Is this a reliable hero to play in a rank game? Thank you again, Armies and see you in the next hero spotlight.
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