|Kirk Thresher (DeltaStriker)|
|Ranged Weaponry||Sonic Boom Cannon|
|Guns||Metal Sphere Shooter|
|Color(s)||Green, Black, Silver|
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- "Stay back, rookies. This is to dangerous for untrained Heroes like you."
New Stellac City Mission
The first well-known mission of Thresher's career was when he was sent with two rookies, Preston Stormer and Von Ness, to investigate a robbery in New Stellac City. However, when they arrived, a massive drone was rampaging through the city. Thresher charged the drone, but he was badly injured and lost consciousness.
He awoke in the Hero Factory infirmary, with Stormer looking at him tentatively. After reassuring Stormer that he was alright, he asked Stormer what happened after he was knocked out.
After hearing the story, Thresher congratulated Stormer on his victory over the Drone. Then he fell back into a coma.
After being in a coma for months, Thresher developed Core Cancer. Zib determined that the only thing that could save Thresher was an upgrade. The procedure went fine, and Thresher was up and moving within a week. Two weeks later, Zib declared Thresher fit for duty.Thresher's first assignment after his upgrade was to stop a simple robbery. Thresher completed the mission easily. After a few more missions, it became obvious that he was still one of the best Heroes in Hero Factory.
Hero Recon Team
Thresher was accepted into Hero Recon Team, and has served Hero Factory from that position ever since. When he joined, he was upgraded to 3.0.
Thresher has recently been upgraded to 4.0 to assist with the Breakout.
Thresher held the same Metal Sphere Shooter.
Thresher used his signature Metal Sphere shooter. His helmet was shaped like the head of a wolf.
Like Stringer's Sonic Boom Weapon was upgraded, Thresher now wields an upgraded Metal Sphere Shooter.
Thresher in good-natured and decent-tempered. He will always stand up for his friends. However, he is a bit cautious, a trait which has caused trouble on several missions.
- Thresher has been know to be overly protective of rookies