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Siege Stories are a comic book series based on Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. Produced by Studio Lounak and Ubisoft Entertainment, it further expands on the lore of the game's characters and universe and acts as tie-ins for expansions and events.

Six Invitational[]

The Rainbow Six Siege: Six Invitational comic was released on January 28th, 2021. The comic serves as an in-universe promotional tie-in to the Six Invitational 2021.[1]

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Crimson Heist[]

The Rainbow Six Siege: Crimson Heist comic was released on May 10th, 2021. The comic serves as an in-universe promotional tie-in to the Crimson Heist expansion.[2]

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North Star[]

The Rainbow Six Siege: North Star comic was released on August 9th, 2021. The comic serves as an in-universe promotional tie-in to the North Star expansion.[3]

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Crystal Guard[]

The Rainbow Six Siege: Crystal Guard comic was released on September 14th, 2021. The comic serves as an in-universe promotional tie-in to the Crystal Guard expansion.[4]

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At the Nighthaven QCR facility, Anja Katarina "Osa" Janković was working on a military drone with a Nighthaven engineer named Phil. She told him about her favorite film, the Empress of the Plutomatons and was in disbelief that he hadn’t seen it yet. She then insisted that she would bring him a copy of the movie the next day and asserted that she was making it mandatory for all of her team members to watch it. She then sent Phil home for the night and was reassured that he had deactivated the drone's targeting system. Shortly afterwards, however, Osa activated the drone and discovered that its targeting system was still active as it started firing at several Nighthaven guards. She then ordered the remaining guards to stand down and entered the room. With her Talon 1 prototype, Osa managed to disable it by lodging the device into the drone's head.

The next day, Phil walked into the building and began praising Osa's favorite film when he noticed the damage caused by the drone. Phil was relieved that Osa was okay and asked about the guards. Osa told him they were fine as she was the one who built their armor. Phil apologized, swearing he had turned the targeting system off but was cut off by Osa who showed him a blueprint of the Talon 2. She then told him he could keep his job if he built it and to check the Talon 1, which was still lodged in the drone's head, for reference.

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