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For the GLA's unit, see Hijacker.
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Mutant Hijacker
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Unit
Affiliation

TiberiumAlliances Forgotten.png Forgotten
TS Nod logo transparent.png Nod
TS GDI logo.png GDI (campaign only)

Role

Special forces

Tier

3

Tech level

10

Properties
Hit points

300

Armour type

None

Production
Cost

$1850

Produced by

Hand of Nod

Requires

Temple of Nod

Combat
Speed

7

Sight range

6

Function
Abilities
  • Vehicle thief
  • Heals in Tiberium
  • Inmune to veins
Notes

Only one can deploy at a time

No keys, no problem!
- Mutant Hijacker, getting to work

The Mutant Hijacker is an exceptionally skilled mutant trained in the hijacking of enemy vehicles. He appears in Tiberian Sun.

Background[edit | edit source]

He is an important member of the Forgotten, as he acquires vehicles and technology for them. He wears a long trenchcoat and a salvaged Nod light infantry helmet for protection when stealing a vehicle.

He's able to even steal the Mammoth Mk. II and any faction's MCV with ease. Like other mutants, he can also heal in Tiberium fields.

Interestingly, the hijacker often preferred to hire his services out to the Brotherhood of Nod instead of GDI. After the Firestorm Crisis, the Forgotten, along with their Hijackers, went into their self-imposed exile.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

When selected[edit | edit source]

  • Need a ride?
  • Sir!
  • Yeah?
  • What?

When moving[edit | edit source]

  • Hot wired!
  • Hit it!
  • Four on the floor!
  • Cool!

When ordered to hijack[edit | edit source]

  • Where do you want it?
  • Goin' my way?
  • No keys, no problem!
  • Jacking 'em up!
  • I always wanted one of these!

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It would seem strange for the mutant hijacker to work for the Brotherhood of Nod due to the faction's view on mutants. However, some of these soldiers are likely mercenaries who will work for anyone if they are willing to pay.
  • In the background of each response of a mutant hijacker, funk music can be heard.
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TiberiumAlliances Forgotten.png Forgotten Second Tiberium War Arsenal TiberiumAlliances Forgotten.png