Meet the Medic Movie Script
Team Fortress 2 is a team-based first-person shooter multiplayer video game The objective of the game is defined by the game mode in use. . By this time Team Fortress 2 had gained a new subtitle, Brotherhood of Arms, . The final video in the Meet the Team series, "Meet the Pyro", was released on June 27, Pre-Release. In March , Robin Walker revealed in an interview with the KritzKast Podcast that Meet the Pyro will let people see the world. For the taunt item, see Meet the Medic (taunt). 1 Video transcript; 2 Pre-release; 3 Notes; 4 Outtakes; 5 Trivia; 6 Gallery; 7 Related.
Update on December 17, During the video, the Demoman can be seen with blank badges on either shoulder. The ending shot of all nine classes shows the Demoman with his original dynamite badge, later changed to a generic bomb and finally to the current Stickybomb shoulder badge. The teams' roles are reversed from what they are in the game's Gravel Pit. Several crates of beer can be seen behind the Demoman. These are made by ' Red Shed '.
The Demoman's unused Dynamite Pack weapon can be seen on his desk, most prominently at 0: The Demoman's grenade bounces, then explodes on contact with the enemy Pyro. The ability for grenades to detonate on contact after the first bounce was removed in the September 28, Patch for the PC and a different patch for the Xbox The closing screen features the following disclaimer: It is submitted to the possibility of errors, omissions, or nerfing without notice.
In the next shot when the Demoman destroys the Sentry Gun, the Dispenser is gone. When the Demoman shoots his grenades at the Sentry Gun, he only shoots one grenade, but in the next shot there is another grenade that appears out of thin air. When the Demoman fires his grenades at the Sentry Gun, it targets the grenades once they're in range and ignores the Demoman.
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Valve teamed up with KritzKast and ran a contest to decipher what the Demoman said during those few censored seconds. Reflected projectiles do mini-crit damage, so if they hit the user who shot them, they will take mini-crit damage of their own shot!
The Pyro's default secondary weapon is their Shotgun. It is just like the other standard, pump-action Shotguns used by many other classes in the game, but the rounds stay slightly more condensed at far range compared to the other classes. It is very reliable to the Pyro as it's the best weapon for the Pyro to use when combating another Pyro. Despite it being more efficient in a Pyro vs. Pyro situation, it still has a very short range, making it ineffective at mid-range targets.
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The Flare Gun solves this problem, because it shoots a projectile that will on hit set the enemy on fire. Because of its slow traveling speed, it will descend, which requires it to be aimed at the head. Because of both the Shotgun and Flamethrower having such a short range, the Pyro must use ambush tactics in order to kill enemies without getting many serious injuries.Meet The Soldier In Reverse With Subtitles!
In JuneValve hinted that the Pyro may be in fact a female, or may not even be human for that matter. Although clearly referred to as a male, the card ends with the phrase 'if he is even a man at all.
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Also, the Spy Update added the sentence "When Pyro hears about this she'll be inconsolable. In Julyafter years of fans telling Valve to finish the Meet the Team Series, Meet the Pyro was finally released showing not only the weapons of the Pyro, but also showing the mentality and understanding of the Pyro's psyche. Compared to the other classes, the Pyro is the most insane.
He sees everything as a magical fairy tale land, which Valve dubbed "Pyroland". In Pyroland, he sees enemy players as small, round, flying babies, and his acts of killing and maiming them to him is nothing more than playing with them; however, his mask might be the cause of the Pyroland illusions.
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In front of the mask, it reads "Optical Mask". Optical illusions usually play tricks on your eyes and your mind, so the mask might play tricks on the Pyro's mind, thus causing Pyroland.
This has been hinted by the Pyrovision goggles which were introduced after Meet the Pyro. Strategies Edit Use your Compression Blast to help your teammates and yourself. Reflect rockets, grenades, and even stickies away; you can even reflect an enemy Spy from backstabbing or sapping.
You can also reflect people off cliffs to ensure their deaths. However, careful when doing this to Scouts as they have their double jump! Maps such as Nucleus in King of the Hill and Upward in Payload have many cliffs and lethal drops, perfect for blasting airborne Scouts and other units down to their annihilation. Attacking and retreating is often better than attacking until one of you is left standing.
Afterburn is very helpful, ensuring you take a chunk out of that Demoman's or Soldier's health after your obliteration over time. Always ambush and cover weaker units at hand Medics, Engineers, Snipers scouts can help themselves Never charge head on, as the Pyro needs ambush tactics to survive. It's much easier to wait for Heavies and Soldiers to come to you and run them over with your Flamethrower instead of hitting the deck as you run down a corridor to your imminent doom.
Switch to your Shotgun to hurt enemies that are not in Flamethrower range. Also, use the Shotgun to do light work out of other Pyros. Keep checking for Spies if you have nothing else to do or when traveling to the front line.
A disguised Spy will burst into flames.