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R6 SIEGE FUZE OPERATOR VIDEO

R6 SIEGE FUZE OPERATOR VIDEO

Shuhrat "Fuze" Kessikbayev (Russian: Шухрат Кессикбаев) is an Attacking Operator featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.

Biography

Kessikbayev grew up in a military family in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. After his family emigrated to Russia shortly before the collapse of the Soviet Union, Kessikbayev followed in his father's footsteps and enrolled in the military, where his facility with technology landed him a spot in the coveted weapon testing brigade at Alabino firing range near Moscow.[1]

Psychological Profile

Kessikbayev is an expert tinkerer and a master craftsman, more at ease with the workings of machines than those of people. His gruff demeanor and curt speech should not be mistaken for misanthropy. He possesses a strong moral conviction.[2]

Gameplay Description

A Heavy Armored Operator, Fuze carries three APM-6 "Matryoshka" Cluster Charges capable of clearing rooms by deploying five sub-grenades through destructible structures such as walls, floors, and windows.

  • The Cluster Charge can be mounted on destructable walls and floors. When activated, it launches five sub-grenades into a room.
  • These sub-grenades are launched in a line in front of the charge, going from right to left, before detonating in the order they are deployed in.
  • Each of the sub-grenades have an explosion radius of 4.2 meters. The explosion deals lethal damage to Medium and Heavy Armored Operators at up to 1.2 meters, and lethal damage to Light Armored Operators at up to two metres.[3]
  • The physics of individual pellets use a precomputed trajectory.[4]
  • The sub-grenades can do damage through walls and can bounce back under barricades.
  • These Cluster Charges can pierce through Castle's Armored Panels. After the Cluster Charge is activated, it leaves a notable hole in the Panel where it was deployed, which anyone can see through.

Counters

  • Being a deployable gadget, the Cluster Charge is still susceptible to gunfire. Shooting an active Cluster Charge will still destroy it, preventing any more sub-grenades from being deployed.
  • The Cluster Charge are affected by Mute's Signal Disruptors.
  • Jäger's Active Defense Systems can intercept up to two sub-grenades per cluster charge. Fuze carries a total of three cluster charges with each holding five, so at the worst, only nine out of the fifteen sub-grenades left unaffected.
  • Rook's Armor Plates reduce the damage taken from being within the radius of a sub-grenade's explosion.

Loadout

Loadout
Primary
Secondary
Gadget

Unique Gadget

Unique Gadget
Fuze Badge New

Cluster Charge x 3
APM-6 "Matryoshka"

"Uses Cluster Charges that pierce and stick to walls, releasing sub-grenades on the opposing side"
— APM-6 "Matryoshka" Description


First developed in the Ratnik experimental weaponry brigade, the APM-6 "Matryoshka" was Kessikbayev’s attempt to create a more powerful breach charge. It proved to be an effective means of clearing a room, dealing the most damage to hostiles while keeping the Operator relatively safe. The "Matryoshka" can be anchored either vertically or horizontally. Once deployed, the piston burrows through walls or floors, dispersing live cluster grenades while spinning to deal the most damage from any directions.

The "Matryoshka" is most useful in conditions where collateral damage is not a concern. Not recommended for hostage extractions, or in areas where there is a high risk of friendly fire.

Quotes

Fuze's Quotes
Spawning
  • "Enough talk. Now we act."
  • "Focus on the task!"
  • "Focus on the task at hand."
  • "In and out, two minutes."
  • "Lower your voice."
  • "Remember our objectives."
Placing Cluster Charge
  • "Deploying Cluster Charge."
  • "Cluster Charge activated."
  • "Matryoshka gotov poruchit." (Russian:Матрёшка готов поручить.)
  • "Placing Cluster Charge."
Using Drone
  • "Drone is a-go."
Getting Hostage
  • "Asset secured."
  • "Do exactly as I say."
  • "Extracting asset!"
  • "I have the asset."
  • "Keep quiet, stay alert."
  • "With me."
Moving Hostage
  • "Do as I do!"
  • "Follow!"
  • "Follow my lead!"
  • "Go, go, go!"
  • "Keep up."
  • "Move."
  • "Move, right now!"
  • "Move, quickly."
  • "Remain alert."
  • "Run, now!"
  • "Stay close!"
  • "We must move fast!"
  • "We must move quickly!"
  • "With me!"
Dropping Hostage
  • "Do not move from this spot."
  • "Don't move from here, understand?"
  • "Hold position."
  • "Stay here and do not move."
  • "Stay here and don't move!"
  • "Stay right here."
  • "Stop and freeze!"
  • "You need to stay here!"

Trivia

  • Fuze was the only Spetsnaz Operator available in the closed beta.
  • Fuze is the only Spetsnaz Operator not born in Russia, but rather Uzbekistan.
  • The APM-6 "Matryoshka" is named after the Matryoshka doll, a Russian doll where a set wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another. This reflects how the cluster charge contains several smaller grenades in a larger casing.
  • Fuze wears a Gorka 4 in EMR pattern and a Fort Defender 2 Low Profile body armour with an SSO/SPOSN Avizent Smersh AK over it.
  • Fuze's default helmet is the SSSh-94 Sfera-C, a steel helmet used largely by Russian MVD and OMON forces during the Chechen Wars. Available as an alternate headgear piece is the Russian Maska-1 steel helmet with no visor.
  • Fuze's Goggles and Mask aren't military items but rather they're made for Motorcycles and part of a complete helmet set called the "Shark Raw".

Gameplay Video

Rainbow Six Siege - Operator Profile FUZE-0

Rainbow Six Siege - Operator Profile FUZE-0

Patch Changes


References

  1. Fuze's In-game BIO > BACKGROUND section
  2. Fuze's In-game BIO > PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE section
  3. Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 5.2
  4. Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 2.3.0
  5. 5.0 5.1 Fuze's In-game BIO > RELEVANT EXPERIENCE section
  6. Operation Blood Orchid - Operator: Ying (螢)
  7. Ying's In-game BIO > NOTES section