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An ancient idea.
- A Gyrocopter is ready to go and snoop
The Gyrocopter is a Chinese infantry that is similar to the Allied Rocketeer.

Official description

Instead of jetpacks for troopers, miniature copters with machine guns integrated were mass-produced which, though being less nimble and more haphazard than the Rocketeer, was better armed and could sustain more damage. When you hear these flying machines in the sky, death is soon to follow.[1]



Act One

  • Alongside most other Chinese units, the Gyrocopter debuts in Think Different, when China enters the Third World War.
  • In Singularity, several Gyrocopters will show up once if the enemy veteran units detect you, they must avoid them as neither of whom can attack air. However, it can be killed by any mind controlled enemy units that has capable of anti-air such as Battle Tortoise, Halftrack, and the Sentinel.

Act Two

  • In The Mermaid, a Gyrocopter will come to patrol the prison where Tanya and Siegfried stay minutes later since the mission starts, they must avoid him as neither of whom can attack air.


  • Versatile unit which can engage both air and ground targets.
  • Mobile with decent flying speed.
  • Weapon deals splash damage.
  • Effective at harassing enemy units.
  • Better armed and tougher than a Rocketeer.
  • Good scouting unit as it can travel across any terrain.
  • Quite cheap ($650), can be trained in numbers.

  • Fragile.
  • Vulnerable to any anti-aircraft weapons.
  • Weapons are fairly inaccurate and can cause friendly fire.
  • Not very effective against heavily armored vehicles and defensive structures.
  • Slower than a Rocketeer.
  • Only available at Tier 3, after an Atomheart is built.

See also


  1. Soviet Infantry page on the official Mental Omega website