- "The steed, the night, and the desert all know me. Now, you do too."
Pushed from one family to the next, Ryad emerged from the foster care system when his older brother, Faisal Ramírez, turned 18 and became his legal guardian.
Blaming his shortcomings for the loss of his older brother, Ramírez decided to join the Policía Nacional. He passed the mandatory ESO (Secondary studies) and became a CNP (Cuerpo Nacional de Policía) at 19 years old. He is still investigating his brother's case and to this day, but was unable to find any solid evidence against his brother's murderer.
Suffers from chronic insomnia. Ramírez is at risk of developing acute symptoms such as muscular weariness, hallucinations and/or double vision. He must be monitored closely.
A Medium Armored Operator, Jackal's unique gadget is the Eyenox Model III, which can track enemy footprints and can identify its targets.
- The Eyenox is a visor. Jackal spawns with the visor up. Activating the gadget will have Jackal flip the visor down and activate its effects (and downsides, see below). With the Eyenox active, Jackal can see and scan Defender footprints.
- The Eyenox cannot be turned on or off while holding a Hostage.
- Defenders create footprints whenever they move standing or crouching. No footprint is made when the Defender crawls. Only Jackal can see these footprints.
- Footprints are color-coded depending on their recency. Trackable footprints start off red at 0 seconds, become yellow at 20, light green at 45, light blue at 65, and disappear at 90.
- By using the interact key on a footprint, Jackal can scan Defender footprints to track their owner. Scanning footprints takes around 3 seconds and Jackal can only scan footprints within 8 meters of him. This feature also requires Jackal to concentrate on a single set of footprints. If Jackal looks to another set of footprints, even if they belong to the same Defender, the scan will start over.
- When the scan completes, the footprint's host will be tracked, immediately creating a 3D ping at their location. The tracking lasts 20 seconds, and the position 3D ping is refreshed every 5 seconds during the tracking.
- Jackal and his current target will see the timer for when the next ping will be and how many are leftover.
- The 8 meter range allows Jackal to track footprints through broken flooring above or below.
- The death of a Defender will result in the immediate disappearance of all footprints from that Defender, reducing clutter.
- There are four types of footprints, with each Operator having one of the four, allowing for potential Operator identification via their footprint type.
- Due to the nature of his Eyenox being disrupted by Mute, Attackers such as Thatcher and Twitch can be helpful in removing Signal Disruptors.
- A well-timed scan from Lion's EE-ONE-D compliments Jackal's Eyenox scans as the targeted victim will be inevitably detected from one or the other.
- Taking damage while the Eyenox is activated will cause a temporary static effect that obscures Jackal's view.
- Mute's Signal Disruptors will interfere heavily with the Eyenox, which also causes a heavy static effect that interferes with Jackal's vision if the gadget is activated. The Disruptor also prevents him from scanning footprints.
- The concussion effects of Echo's Yokai and Ela's Grzmot Mine will turn Jackal's Eyenox off and prevent him from using it for the concussion effect's duration.
- Caveira has special interactions with Jackal.
- While her footsteps are normally visible by Jackal, she will not create such footprints while using her Silent Step.
- If Jackal is able to scan any footsteps she does leave behind, Caveira is capable of preventing herself from being pinged. This is possible because when she is using Silent Step, the Eyenox will not ping her location. However, she is still tracked and will be pinged if she isn't using her Silent Step.
Eyenox Model III x 3
- "Tracking eyewear that locates targets by revealing and identifying recent footsteps."
— Eyenox Model III Description
Inspired by the FBI’s Quick Capture Platform, the Eyenox Model III was created to offer a mobile tracking device able to both identify and trail a person’s footprints in real-time. This forensic tool was first used to track terrorist cells back to hidden cave complex in the mountains of Afghanistan. Equipped with advanced computer vision, the Eyenox detects invisible details relating to footfall and weight distribution so that you can identify and stalk your target.
- Ramírez's insomnia results from the events that occured on October 8th, 1985. Our experts have concluded that such trauma triggered an acute obsession with patterns in his immediate environment, in which he can detect impressive amounts of irregularities. It should be noted, however, that he is ill-equipped to cope with letting a target go free. He internalized the belief that he lost everything when he failed to follow the man who killed his brother.
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