It would be a mistake to assume that this makes them less of a threat than their more heavily armoured comrades. The Pathfinders are selected from the most intuitive and tactical of line Enforcers to receive advanced training. Even with their iron wills and enhanced physiology, less than half of the candidates who undergo this training will be successful.
Those that do succeed will become the true elites of the Enforcers. It is not unusual for Pathfinders to be tasked with critical, yet near impossible missions – the elimination of key enemy commanders, securing of vital assets, or the sabotage of supplies and resources.
In the midst of a full-scale incursion, it will be the Pathfinders who identify and tag primary vectors such as Plague 1st Generation Mutants or Veer-Myn Brood Mothers. Tracking these creatures is no easy task, as the leaders are defended by the most powerful warriors they can summon and guarded around the clock. It is a testament to the Pathfinders‘ abilities that they return, again and again, having completed their mission and ready to deploy into hostile territory once more.
Available on their own for the first time, the Enforcer Pathfinders are being released in to the Warpath Universe. Each set include two sprues that allow you to build ten hard plastic Enforcer Pathfinders and two D.O.G. Drones. You can use these models in games of Deadzone, Warpath or Warpath: Firefight and even swap then form one game to another!
Each sprue builds five Pathfinders armed with tag rifles. You can swap these weapons out for the sniper rifle, pistol or combat blade. There’s a variety of male and female models on the sprue, as well as accessories to customise your squad, whether they’re a Deadzone Strike Team , or part of a larger army.
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