Raider appears in hard and expert difficulties. He is not encountered in easy and normal difficulties.
Raider appears starting from Tour of Duty 3 until Tour of Duty 6. He does not appear in other Tour of Duty missions.
Raider appears from Tour of Duty 2 until Tour of Duty 3. He works as a reserved bot in Tour of Duty 1.
Raider's skill type is hard, which means he is 75% accurate when firing. He aims for the head in close range, the chest in medium range, and he crouches at long range. His reaction time is 0.25 seconds and he is more sensitive to footsteps. He does not have any attack delay.
Raider buys an AK-47 for a primary weapon and will discard his current primary weapon for a M4A1 if it is discovered. He uses the M4A1 without the silencer. Normally if he has sufficient money, he purchases ta P228 as a secondary weapon. If he cannot purchase an AK-47 and does not have the M4A1, he will buy a Galil and then a MP5 Navy.
Raider is a moderate aggressive bot. He will retreat after spotting a couple of Counter-Terrorists. Then, he will wait for the enemy to arrive to his position. In hostage rescue maps, he prefers to explore around the map if his team won the previous round. If the Terrorists lost the previous round, he will camp nearby the hostages.
Raider is a member of the Phoenix Connexion.
- Team members
- Opposing Counter-Terrorist