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Drill Sergeant Series 2

Species: Arkeyan Ultron
Gender: Male
Element: Tech
Role: Skylander
Appears in: Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
Skylanders: Universe
Skylanders: Cloud Patrol
Skylanders: Giants
Skylanders: Spyro versus The Mega Monsters
Skylanders: Swap Force
Skylanders: Trap Team
Attacks/Actions: Drill Rocket
Bulldoze Charge
Power Charge
Auto-Blaster
DX3000 - Drill Detonator
English Voice Actor: Thomas Bromhead
First Release: Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
"Licensed to Drill!"
    —Drill Sergeant's official catchphrase

Drill Sergeant is a train-like, drilling Arkeyan machine who is one of the playable Tech Skylanders in the Skylanders series, first appearing in Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure.

Background

Personality

Drill Sergeant was built and programmed to obey orders, which results in him calling everyone 'sir', which irritates some of his comrades. He follows rules to the letter, never wavering until the job is done.[1] As a valued member of the Skylanders, he is a free machine, answering to no one, but old habits of his Arkeyan programming hasn't yet diminished. Like all Tech Skylanders, Drill Sergeant is fascinated by machinery.

Biography

Like many Arkeyan artifacts, Drill Sergeant was buried for centuries – a long forgotten remnant of an ancient powerful civilization. It was only a chance collision with a burrowing Terrafin that led to his systems firing up again. By Arkeyan custom, Drill Sergeant was then obligated to become Terrafin’s servant. This didn’t sit well with the dirt shark, so his first order as master was for Drill Sergeant to not serve him at all… a command he continues to follow zealously to this day.

Story

History

Drill Sergeant is an ancient piece of Arkeyan apparatus, once left to rust underground. Thousands of years later, Skylands dirt shark Terrafin was burrowing through the earth when he struck something solid. Terrafin tugged the artifact above ground and dragged it off to show Master Eon. Eon muttered a few magical phrases. There was a clunk, then a whirr, and then... KACHUNK! Drill Sergeant clattered to life with lights blazing and engine revving, Drill Sergeant turned his attention to Terrafin. By Arkeyan law, he was sworn to serve the shark for all eternity. Terrafin's first order was simple: 'STOP FOLLOWING ME.' But it's one that Drill Sergeant has found tricky to compute.

Without an Arkeyan in sight, Drill Sergeant found Skylands a bit senseless. So Eon signed him up, and his drills are now used for death blows against evil.[2]

Skylanders: Spyro versus The Mega Monsters

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Drill Sergeant becomes singed after being accidentally burned by Spyro during training.

Drill Sergeant was one of the Skylanders who was in a training session with Spyro, Trigger Happy, and Jet-Vac within Eon's Citadel, but the the training ended with Drill Sergeant and Trigger Happy being singed by Spyro's flames. The Arkeyan bulldozer was later sent to the Giggling Forest to deal with two, mega-sized Sheep that was eating up the leaves of the trees. Before he could land a hit on the sheep, Kaos arrived after claiming he was renouncing his evil ways to battle evildoers, and used his magic staff to banish the sheep.

The Arkeyan bulldozer soon went with Spyro and Jet-Vac to the Desert of Columns to save Diggs from a mega-sized, yet familiar troll, only for Kaos to save the day again. Drill Sergeant later accompanied the other Skylanders with the Warrior Librarians of the Eternal Archives to stop Kaos from reaching the archive that contains a dangerous book.

Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure

While in frozen toy form, Drill Sergeant's first thoughts must have been "Oh no! Not again!". After spending thousands of years with his "off" button pressed and unable to move, being frozen in space must have been his worst nightmare. Just as those drills had begun to roll, like in the good old days, they were forced to cease once again.[3]

Gameplay

Stats

These are the starting and maximum Statistics for this Skylander in the Skylanders games.

  • Health: 290 (max. 580)
  • Speed: 43 (max. 91)
  • Armor: 12 (max. 82)
  • Critical Hit: 30 (max. 80)
  • Elemental Power: 46 (max. 96)

Warning: These stats are not used in any of the Skylander games. They are only listed for completeness reasons.

  • Strength: 80
  • Defense: 80
  • Agility: 60
  • Luck: 30

These are the starting and maximum Statistics for this Skylander in the Skylanders games.

  • Health: (max. Expression error: Missing operand for +.)
  • Speed: (max. 48)
  • Armor: (max. 70)
  • Critical Hit: (max. 50)
  • Elemental Power: (max. 50)

Warning: These stats are not used in any of the Skylander games. They are only listed for completeness reasons.

  • Strength: 100
  • Defense: 60
  • Agility: 80
  • Luck: 40

Abilities

Basic Abilities
Drill Sergeant can destroy rock formations with his drill rocket and bulldoze charge attacks.
Soul Gem Ability
Requires Soul Gem from:
Battlefield

Drill Rocket Bulldoze Charge Arkeyan Armor
Drill Sergeantprimarypower

Primary Ability
Shoot homing rockets that chase down enemies for massive damage.

Drill Sergeantsecondarypower

Secondary Ability
Drill Sergeant can dash forward and barrel over enemies.

Drill Sergeantsoulgempower

Price: 4000
New armor makes Drill Sergeant harder to hit.

Basic Upgrades
Skylanders can buy new abilities from Persephone/Power Pods.

A Speedy Recovery Dozer Endurance Power Charge Auto-Blaster
Drill Sergeantbasicupgrade1

Price: 500
Drill Rockets reload quicker and do increased damage..

Drill Sergeantbasicupgrade2

Price: 700
Bulldoze charges last longer.

Drill Sergeantbasicupgrade3

Price: 900
Bulldoze charge does increased damage.

Drill Sergeantbasicupgrade4

Price: 1200
Targets and fires at nearby enemies automatically.


Drill Rocket
This upgrade path lets you further develop your Drill Rocket attack.

A View to Drill DX300-Drill Detonator MIRV Drill Rockets
Drill Sergeantpath1upgrade1

Price: 1700
Increase your Drill Rocket damage.

Drill Sergeantpath1upgrade2

Price: 2200
Using advanced explosive charges, this causes your drills to release an explosive area of effect pulse.

Drill Sergeantpath1upgrade3

Price: 3000
Drill Rockets explode into a series of smaller rockets.


Megadozer
This upgrade path lets you further develop your Charge and Auto-Blaster attacks.

Speed Dozer Boost Hail Storm Mega Dozer
Drill Sergeantpath2upgrade1

Price: 1700
Drill Sergeant moves faster during a Bulldoze Charge.

Drill Sergeantpath2upgrade2

Price: 2200
Auto-blaster fires much faster and never runs out of power.

Drill Sergeantpath2upgrade3

Price: 3000
Bulldozer Charge does extra damage and can charge through some attacks.

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Drill Sergeantwowpowpower

Price: 5000
Hold Attack 3 to fire energy pulses that haven't been invented yet.

Price: 5000
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Skylanders can use abilities depending on their level.

Starting Powers

  • Drillblast (Primary Attack): Press (Y) to launch one of Drill Sergeant's drills.
  • Pulse Cannon (Secondary Attack): Hold (X) to shoot Drill Sergeant's pulse cannon at nearby enemies. The pulse cannon will slow down if it is fired too often.

Upgrades

  • Drillbeat (requires level: 4): Press (Y) repeatedly when close to an enemy to quickly pummel them with Drill Sergeant's drills.
  • Stun Shot (requires level: 7): Drill Sergeant's Pulse Cannon (X) will sometimes shoot a blue pulse that stuns enemies.
  • Spin Up (requires level: 9): Sprint (A) into enemies with Drill Sergeant's drills to make the drills larger. Attack with (Y) to deal extra damage with the larger drills.

Quotes

Battle Cries

  • "Licensed to Drill!"
  • "Rolling through."
  • "Rolling on."
  • "Oh yeah!"
  • "Numbers are fun!" - when checking stats
  • "Stats are my favorite!" - when checking stats
  • "This is acceptable." - when given a hat
  • "A hat, how fun!" - when given a hat
  • "I like it!" - when given a nickname
  • "Interesting choice." - when given a nickname

Book Quotes

Skylanders: Spyro versus The Mega Monsters

  • "Boop-bo-boop, I didn't stand a chance, sir. I was revving up for a power charge, ready t o send the first mountain of mutton flying into next week, when he arrived."
  • "Beep-be-be-beep. You should see the engines, sir. Absolutely marvelous. All gleaming brass and..."
  • "Beep. Sorry, sir. Not at all, sir. My mistake, sir."

Character Trailers

Skylanders Spyro's Adventure - Drill Sergeant Preview (Licensed to Drill)00:16

Skylanders Spyro's Adventure - Drill Sergeant Preview (Licensed to Drill)

Skylanders Spyro's Adventure - Drill Sergeant Trailer (Licensed to Drill)00:45

Skylanders Spyro's Adventure - Drill Sergeant Trailer (Licensed to Drill)

Meet The Skylanders - Series 2 Drill Sergeant "Licenced To Drill!" Official Trailer00:49

Meet The Skylanders - Series 2 Drill Sergeant "Licenced To Drill!" Official Trailer

 

Gallery

 

Trivia

  • Drill Sergeant can destroy rock formations with his Drill Rocket attack.
    • This makes him the only Skylander who can destroy rocks that isn't of the Earth element.
  • He, BouncerMagna Charge, and Wind-Up are the only Skylanders to be fully robotic.
  • His catchphrase is a pun on the phrase "licensed to kill," often utilized by policemen.
  • His Auto-Blaster upgrade (when not upgraded) is the least damaging move out of anyone's powers.
    • However, mine picks do 1 point of damage on enemies.
    • It is also the only non-flying upgrade that can be used simultaneously with other powers.
  • Drill Sergeant, Stump Smash, Prism Break, Eruptor and Countdown are the only bipedal Skylanders with no hands.
  • Series 2 Drill Sergeant has the A View To Drill upgrade, giving him spiked drills.
  • He resembles Megalon from Godzilla.
    • He also resembles Grounder from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.
  • He, Drobot, Bouncer, and Magna Charge are the only Skylanders with a robotic voice.
  • Drill Sergeant is one of the few Skylanders to have drilling abilities (others include Grilla Drilla and Rubble Rouser).
  • Sometimes Drill Sergeant will have his drills tucked in him and remain until you can do a Bulldoze Charge or fire a drill rocket. This usually happens when Drill Sergeant hits a wall suddenly in his Bulldoze Charge.

References

  1. Skylanders: Universe - The Complete Collection, page 140
  2. Skylanders Sticker Book: Meet the Skylanders
  3. Skylanders: Book of Elements - Magic and Tech, page 53
Characters
TechSymbolSkylanders Tech Skylanders TechSymbolSkylanders
Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure

Boomer - Drill Sergeant - Drobot - Trigger Happy
Skylanders: Giants
Bouncer - Sprocket
Skylanders: Swap Force
Countdown - Magna Charge - Spy Rise - Wind-Up
Skylanders: Trap Team
Chopper - Gearshift - Jawbreaker - Tread Head
Alter Egos
Kickoff Countdown - Legendary Trigger Happy - Legendary Bouncer - Lucky Boomer - New Year's Countdown
Nitro Magna Charge - Springtime Trigger Happy
Minis
Drobit - Trigger Snappy

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