Steric (Eric) is a light blue stick man with blue outline who's a member of the Slush Fighters. He wields a high-powered sniper rifle and prefers to get closer to his targets in both the first movie and the first game, while in the second game, he wields a sniper rifle. Steric also has the tendency to quick-scope, or shoot without looking into the sniper rifle's scope. This is a reference to many FPS's, but especially the Call of Duty series. He also might be rivals with Stick JK since they are both snipers. Unlike JK, he likes to get up close and personal with his targets.
Steric was first seen sniping down a group of Blues and Drabs on the high floors of Slusher, creating an opening to the elevator for Westick, Joshtick and Stick JK to rescue Standrew, who is being held hostage at the highest floor of the Tower. When reinforcements arrived, Steric quickly quick-scoped one of them before doing a 360* quick-scope to eliminate the second Drab that was present. Later on Staddison arrived and took down the third Drab, before using a flashbang to blind the last two Drabs, with Steric taking down one of them and with Staddison taking down the last one before earning a Killstreak Bonus.
Steric later appears to gang up on Big Blue.
Steric is one of the fighters captured by Big Blue's men, where he was caught by rope on his foot before being dragged upwards by the reinforcement Blues. You can rescue him along with Stomar and Sthomas after defeating them as the Bluish Fighters.
Steric, along Sthomas and Stomar, are first seen after the assault on Big Blue and his Invaders in Galaxyrise, where him and the other two are imprisoned in a cage, with Big Blue watching them as Stomar tries to reach him with his sword. Later he calls a Blue who is holding a can of Blue Paint, and then dumps it on all three of them, knocking them all unconscious for some reason. When Standrew and the team arrived and broke the cage to rescue them, all three suddenly attacked Standrew, as the Blue Paint corrupted them into becoming their evil counterparts, the Bluish Fighters.
After knocking the paint off of them, all of them were freed, that is until Big Blue threw a PokeBall at Standrew, comically capturing the Slush Fighters who were present into the PokeBall.
Later on, after they managed to escape from the PokeBall, he and the Slush Fighters began to continue the assault on Big Blue, this time within the Invaders' base on Luna. After the defeat of BigBoi Prime and Standrew defeating Big Blue, who was later revealed to be another innocent stick man corrupted by the Blue Paint, he and the rest of the other Slush Fighters, Stanthony, the remaining Invaders and the Prisoners escaped Luna before it exploded. It is shown that Stick Sean borrowed Steric's sniper rifle to create a portal frrom Luna to Galaxyrise to escape Luna before the Blue Base exploded.
- Fires a single high power shot that goes through multiple enemies.
- Note: Bonus points are given when his shots go through more than one enemy.
- Squad Spec.
- All Soldier-Type fighters on the team get a 10% power boost.
- Represented by an icon of 3 blue bullets.
- "Squad Spec." includes Stick Luke,Staddison,Stick Dan, Stickwart, Stick JK,and Westick.
- Input attack: Press Steric's icon again to precisely use his attack.
- Snipe 1440.
- No.1 clip of the week.
- Level 1 Ultra.
- Steric fires four shots, three going in different directions, and the last going in the same direction as the last one.
- Requires one Slush Token to unlock.
As a Bluish Fighter
- Does not have any upgrades.
- Will automatically target Standrew.
- Performs Ultra after health of Bluish Fighters is low.
- Ultra has low accuracy and does low damage.
- The player should pay attention when using Steric when the Ultra Bar is filled, if his "Quickscope" Upgrade was bought and he is an Input Fighter, as they could unintentionally activate his Ultra Attack without noticing it. Wait for a couple of seconds before clicking him again to peform a Quickscope without simultaneously activating his "Snipe 1440*" Ultra Attack.
- Steric's Quickscope ability will grant the player bonus points ("Quintuple", etc) depending on how many enemies were hit with a single shot from his AWP