Fiend appears in normal, hard and expert difficulties. He does not appear in easy difficulty.
Fiend appears in Tour of Duty 5 and 6. In Tour of Duty 5, he appears on Aztec.
Fiend appears from Tour of Duty 1 until Tour of Duty 4.
Fiend appears only in Tour of Duty 1.
Fiend's skill type is tough, which means he is 60% accurate when firing, and has a reaction time of 0.3 seconds. When facing an enemy target, he will hold fire for 0.35 seconds. He will aim for the head in close battles, the chest at medium range, and crouches while attacking at any part of a target, from the chest to the head at long range.
Fiend buys an AK-47 for a primary weapon and, if he has sufficient amount of money, he will purchase the Dual Elites as secondary weapons. If unaffordable, he buys a Galil and then a MP5 Navy for substitutes of a primary weapon. He will pick up a M4A1 if discovered and does not use the silencer.
Fiend is a very aggressive bot. He will never retreat even when spotting a large group of enemies. In hostage rescue maps, he prefers to be scattered around the map rather than camping near the hostages.
Fiend is a part of the European Phoenix Connexion.