Attacker operatives like IQ that can detect enemy locations based on electronics usage can be vital to a team doing well. For those that wish to use her, also consider looking at our Rainbow Six Siege guide hub if you want more general tips and tricks to get the most out of each round. IQ has an obvious upside with all three of her primary weapons being very good. Each has their obvious upsides and downsides but are all highly viable and competitive. Her downside is that like Blitz she only has access to the P12 handgun as a sidearm, though she is nowhere near as reliant on it. The list of gadgets on offer for IQ are the breach charge and claymores. Claymores do offer a bit of protection from ambushes which considering the amount of time spent staring at her screen is a plus.
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Weiss's mother is a renowned mathematician and her father is an inventor who high academic standards encouraged Weiss and her siblings to win numerous awards in math, science, and music throughout their school years. Thriving in the gifted program enabled Weiss to complete her first internship with a local tech company at the age of sixteen. She was invited to MIT , where she focused on electrical engineering, achieving accolades for her research in Microelectronics.
Thriving in the gifted program enabled Weiss to complete her first internship with a local tech company at the age of sixteen. She was invited to MIT, where she focused on electrical engineering, achieving accolades for her research in Microelectronics. Weiss then joined CalTech for graduate studies in experimental electrical engineering. Weiss returned to Germany to work with military technology research before joining the Bundespolizei BPOL as an officer.