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By far the most formidable form of the Fury craft, the Flier is a fast-moving and capable of VTOL flight. Unlike its much slower sister the [[Fury Tank]], the Fury Flier is known for ambushes and for the playful mutilation of human pilots. The Fury Flier saw combat on both Titan and [[Achilles]] during [[Stars and Stripes]] as well as a brief appearance towards the end of [[The Red Brigade]]. The Fury Flier also made an appearance on nearly every world in the solar system during [[Battlezone: Battle Grounds]] and appears on [[Luna]] and [[Europa]] during [[Rise of the Black Dogs]].
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By far the most formidable form of the Fury craft, the flier is a fast-moving craft capable of VTOL flight. Unlike its much slower sister the [[Fury Tank]], the Fury Flier is known for ambushes and for the playful mutiliation of human pilots. The Fury Flier saw combat on both Titan and [[Achilles]] during [[Stars and Stripes]] as well as a brief appearance towards the end of [[The Red Brigade]]. The Fury Flier also made an appearance on nearly every world in the solar system during [[Battlezone: Battle Grounds]] and appears on [[Luna]] and [[Europa]] during [[Rise of the Black Dogs]].
   
 
== Behaviour ==
 
== Behaviour ==
The Fury Flier is known to exhibit behaviours not seen in its sister craft that make it a fairly terrifying enemy to combat. The Flier, true to its namesake, will appear virtually without warning from the air, descending upon any unsuspecting prey and begin its attack. If its target should attempt to flee, rather than simply chase after it, the Flier will ascend into the air and ambush the fleeing unit, not relenting even after it has made a successful kill, as should the Fury notice an ejected pilot it will chase the pilot down, hovering low to the ground, until it is directly above the pilot and proceed to (by some unseen means) eviscerate the pilot.
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The Fury Flier is known to exhibit behaviours not seen in its sister craft that make it a fairly terrifying enemy to combat. The Flier, true to its namesake, will appear virtually without warning from the air, descending upon any unsuspecting prey and begin its attack. If its target should attempt to flee, rather than simply chase after it, the Flier will ascend into the air and ambush the fleeing unit, not relenting even after it has made a successful kill, as should the Fury notice an ejected pilot it will chase the pilot down, hovering low to the ground, until it is directly overtop of the pilot and proceed to (by some unseen means) eviscerate the pilot.
   
 
All Furies, aside from possessing an inhuman bloodlust, also possess a desire to reproduce, seeking out well-protected structures to turn into nests as seen during [[Strike at the Heart]]. Furies will attempt to seek out geothermally-active worlds with deposits of [[Biometal]] such as Achilles upon which to build their own [[Fury Production Facility|Factories]], tapping directly into the core of such worlds in order to draw enough power to spawn a functionally infinite number of their kind.
 
All Furies, aside from possessing an inhuman bloodlust, also possess a desire to reproduce, seeking out well-protected structures to turn into nests as seen during [[Strike at the Heart]]. Furies will attempt to seek out geothermally-active worlds with deposits of [[Biometal]] such as Achilles upon which to build their own [[Fury Production Facility|Factories]], tapping directly into the core of such worlds in order to draw enough power to spawn a functionally infinite number of their kind.
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