5 (6.25 with AP Bullet) (Small Arms)
20 (10 if badly wounded)
|Upgrades||Capture Building AP Bullet|
|Abilities||Capture Building Stealth|
|“|| Our way is true!|
- Stealth Rebel
Prince Kassad trained his own skillfully camouflaged Rebels. If an enemy base did not possess sufficient stealth detection it was often possible for them to sneak into the base without the general's knowledge and did infiltration. They could also garrison civilian buildings throughout the battlefield without warning. Like the normal Rebel, they could be trained to capture buildings at a Barracks.
|Capture Building||Allows Stealth Rebel to capture neutral and hostile structures.|
|“|| The building is ours|
- Stealth Rebel on capture
|Capture Building||Allows Stealth Rebels to capture neutral and enemy buildings.||Purchasable at any Barracks for a cost of $1000.|
|“|| We are upgrading to Armor-Piercing Bullet|
- Upgrade complete
|Armor-Piercing Bullets||Increase the attack damage of Stealth Rebel by 25%.||Purchasable at any Black Market for a cost of $2000|
Once detected they were no more a threat than normal Rebels. Their most efficient counter was General "Anvil" Shin Fai's Assault Troop Transport which could both detect the Stealth Rebels and finish them off. The US Pathfinders could also kill them off while staying hidden. To poorly guarded bases, they could become a serious threat and capture everything if not taken care of. Against bases with large amount of defenses or rapid response teams, they were more of a nuisance at the most, and target practice to gain veterancy at the least.