|Occupation||Former college student turned Hero|
|Factions||'MythBusters' Squad Leader|
|Armor / Body Type||
(Plasma Shield, Autocannon) x6
(Autocannon x3) x6
(Particle Beam x2) x2
The Pilot Edit
Syrene was a fairly shy person, unwilling to interact with anyone outside her limited circle of friends before the Power Armor fiasco occurred. By necessity, she began to interact with her squad and then, by random chance, she was forced into a command role that she was entirely unprepared for.
Since taking command of MythBusters, she started to open up, until the Water Main fiasco. Now she spends most of her time poring over plans, back-up plans and contingency plans, hoping never to have another pilot die under her command again, making her seem distant to most people. However, it is more of a reversion: Syrene now considers Mythbusters her friends, and is reluctant to socialize outside of the squad.
Currently, Syrene is in the company of Ronin's pilot, Red, as they both share an interest in the Vannai - however while Red's fascination is more with their culture, society and psychology, Syrene's interest is captivated by their technology.
Relations & Allies Edit
As commander of Squad Mythbusters, Syrene gets along fairly well with most of her squad. Her relations with command tend to be fairly cordial as well, helped along by the success of MythBuster's first real mission, in addition to the smaller operations she commanded later on.
She no longer trusts Intelligence, however, due to the enormous failure on their part that was the Water Main mission, and tends to over-plan her missions, worrying about the tiniest thing that can go wrong.
The Suit Edit
Double-Headed Dragon is, despite the name, a Quadruped Fortress, designed less for actual combat and more for a command-and-control role on the battlefield. With advanced radar and communications arrays, DHD can easily transmit real-time targeting data to her allies, her smoke grenades and Point Barrier let her disrupt and nullify attacks against her squad, and her veritable army of drones allows her to defend an area or lay down withering cover fire to protect a fellow suit.
This role requires that Syrene have a clear view of the battlefield, however, and so DHD's cockpit is open to the air, really not much more than a seat surrounded by holographic displays and battle plans, protecting the pilot less with actual armor and shielding and more by keeping the bulk of the Fortress-class suit in between her and the enemy.