Saboteurs were able to be deployed in many environments. They are built with extremely durable, temperature-resistant shells that are coated with a substance that hides it from radars. It stays inside of the shell until being launched from artillery cannons or orbital launchers. While encased in the shell, Saboteurs have kinetic shields that can protect them from light fire or debris. Once entering close range with its target area, the shell will split in half and position above the Drones body.
Saboteurs were used for two reasons; spying and sabotage. They used stealth tactics to spy behind enemy lines. They were small, fast, and quiet so were hard to detect. They had optical cameras that magnify 35x and could see in infrared and nightvision, making it possible to see in low light levels. They also had wireless transmitters that allowed them to send wireless videos to an allied reciever. They also used stealth for sabotage, usually right under the enemies nose. They could sneak into enemy bases and upload spyware to computer terminals. They were also programmed with extensive information on different schematics so they could use built-in tools like buzz saws or cutting torches. They can even hide in important places like ammunition warehouses or vehicle hangars and detonate to cause disorganization, loss of equipment, and enemy deaths.
- Manufacturer: Sentax Industries
- Height: 6.4 inches
- Length: 6.5 inches
- Weight: 30 lbs
- Lifespan: 20 years
- Defense: medium
- Offense: medium to high
- Value: 750 credits
- intelligence: Virtual Intelligence