Ranking ‘Rainbow Six: Siege’ Operators by Their January 6th Alibis: Who Has the Best Excuses?
Ranking ‘Rainbow Six: Siege’ Operators by Their January 6th Alibis
Tachanka enters the list at number 7 as he cell phones in his defense, blaming his absence due to a technical issue with his dependable tripod mount. His decision to stay back and repair it, rather than risk drawing attention in the midst of a critical mission, can be respected. Verdict: 6/10
Coming in at number 6 is Twitch as she takes matters into her own hands and states that her travel delay was intentional. She explains that her unnamed, yet trusty sidekick, recommended the detour after feeling a sense of “bad vibes” from the original plan. Whether or not you believe in her intuition, it definitely shows dedication to the job. Verdict: 7/10
Dokkaebi calls into the mission and explicates her strange alibi of missing in action due to a misinterpretation of the orders. This miscommunication came from her confidence in her own mastery of the language and her overreliance on using her phone for command confirmations. Verdict: 7/10
Fourth on the list is Nomad and her alternate approach to alibi-crafting. She hops on a video call and gives a sincere apology for her delay, stating a simple reason of “getting lost” in the area. She may take the classic route when it comes to excuses, but her straightforwardness earns her the number 4 spot. Verdict: 8/10
Number 3 can be disputed, but Recruit gains her position due to her uninterrupted excuse that would make any psychologist proud. She has the team believe that her lapse in service was due to general malaise caused by the hectic energy of the mission itself. Verdict: 8/10
Mira takes the number 2 spot due to her elaborate yet reasonable explanation for her disappearance. She details her journey of getting lost and then coming across an abandoned cabin, with a stove that had been left on. Her heroic decision to stay to make sure the cabin was safe secured her the runner-up spot. Verdict: 9/10
For the number 1 spot, we have a solid diversion from the conventional alibi. Castle’s excuse is creative and masterful; he claims he was being pursued by unknown forces — all while left with little to no back up. How can a team say no when you’re the last defence? Verdict: 10/10
Whether or not their excuses were legitimate, these Operators certainly have the creativity and wit to provide excuses on the fly!