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CNCTW Stormrider Cameo.png Stormrider

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Internal name AlienStormrider
Affiliation CNCKW Scrin logo.png Scrin
CNCKW Reaper-17 logo.png Reaper-17
CNCKW Traveler-59 Logo.png Traveler-59
Role Multirole aircraft
Armament Plasma autocannon
Tier 2
Hit points 2800
Armor type Medium (100% Cannon, 100% Rocket, 100% Grenade, 100% Gun, 1% Sniper)
Cost 1500
Build time 0:15
Produced by Gravity stabilizer
Hotkey F2
Ground attack 100 (Rocket), fires in clips of 4, 75% scalar against APCs, Pitbulls, Stealth Tanks, Attack Bikes, Gun Walkers, and Seekers
Air attack 100 (Rocket)
Cooldown 0.4 seconds, additional 0.75 seconds every 4 shots
Air speed 175
Attack range 350
Sight range
  • 350 (vision)
  • 500 (shroud clearing range)
Abilities Stormrider
Incoming alien air! Blow those suckers out of the sky!
- GDI Soldier

Stormriders were standard Scrin multi-purpose aircraft during the Third Tiberium War.


Stormriders were first encountered as they emerged from the ion storms that constantly linger over Red Zones across the world. Fast-attack aircraft armed with twin plasma autocannons, they are effective against both ground and air forces, and seem to benefit greatly from the unstable energy released by ion storms[1].

The Stormriders bear a striking resemblance to the now retired Nod Banshee, which was known to have been based on alien technology[2]. It is possible that the Banshee was directly based on the Stormrider.


Stormrider The Stormrider is buffed upon entering an Ion Storm: adding 25% extra damage, 25% damage reduction and regenerating 5% of total hp per second whilst the effect is active. The effect is lost shortly after the Stormrider leaves the storm.
CNCTW Return to base Cameo.png Return to Base Orders the Stormrider to break off and immediately return to its docking station (Ctrl+F).




  1. Jason Bender. 2007-03-20. Command & Conquer 3 Faction Feature -- The Scrin. IGN.
  2. Stojsavljević, Rade, and O'Miley Ryan. Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun: Operations Manual. Las Vegas, Nevada: Westwood Studios, 1999.
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