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A/N=N/A: There really isn't any order I'm posting these in, although upon consideration, I probably should have done them in order of the Meet the Team The scum-sucking fruit basket in question was hammer units – I. Fruit basket . Blue spy Since this is the blue team and the red spy was disguised as the I'm not sure what's more impressive, Valve putting this in, you finding it, or the red spy thinking to do this in order to fool the other team. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited With the Add both to Basket This item:Fight Songs: The Music of Team Fortress 2 by Valve Studio Orchestra Audio CD £ . About the game: Meet the team.
There really isn't any order I'm posting these in, although upon consideration, I probably should have done them in order of the Meet the Team video releases. I'm resorting to consultations of numerology and Wikipedia for justification.
I'm also running out of novel ways to write "author's note. Also, I'm running out of ways to sucker punch the fourth wall. I believe these stories are short side adventures that lean heavily on the fourth wall.
Like the literary equivalent of the Jarate comic. Did I just call this stuff "literary"?
Team Fortress 2 - Meet the Director
I've crossed a line, haven't I? Now I present the incorrigible Soldier.
Sorry that there's actually not too much Sollybirding — there's just a lot of Sollyness. Soldier's Sollybird Soldier surveyed his territory with a careful eye, watching his target with grim satisfaction.
The scum-sucking fruit basket in question was hammer units — I mean 9. Soldier shot another rocket at his feet, screaming his pride incoherently, and prepared to rain down flaming justice upon the son of a veryniceladywhowasnottoblameforheroffspring'scurrentshortcomings — the spy of the BLU team. Not one to admit total incapacitation, he called out, "You call that breaking my spine? Because that was pretty effective! The one building no one should ever enter if they didn't proudly wear Mann Co.
Unlike many other games, one can score while their own team's intel is not in the base, and touching dropped friendly intel won't immediately send it home. Instead, it must be defended in place until a timer elapses, during which any opponent can pick it up again. Mannpower is a variant of Capture the Flag.
Its most notable features include powerups and a grappling hook for all classes to use.
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The rules are slightly altered. Like many other games with Capture the Flag, the intel must be in one team's base before the other can capture, and touching a dropped friendly intel sends it back to the base.
Capture limits are significantly higher, requiring seven captures to win compared to three for normal Capture the Flag. In Payloada mine cart with a bomb on it sits on a track. Attacking players again, virtually always BLU crowd around the cart to push it along the track towards the enemy's base. The more players present, the faster they can push.
If the attacking players fail to push the cart for 30 seconds, it will slowly move backwards or roll back down hills until it is pushed again or reaches the last checkpoint passed. The defenders win if they can manage to hold back the cart for a certain length of timethough unfortunately for them, the attacking team gets a time extension for every checkpoint reached, and the cart contains a level one dispenser.
Both teams have a bomb, and the first team to get their bomb to the other team's base wins.
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Things get crazy when you factor in the little fact that each team can interfere with the other's progress. This has a tendency to stall if the two carts end up adjacent, as the lines tend to criss-cross and meet at bottlenecks and tunnels. Furthermore, unlike in standard Payload, there are no checkpoints and carts only roll backwards if unattended on a hill or ramp, which sends them to the bottom.
Arena puts the two teams in a much smaller map, with little-to-no health packs or water, and no respawns.
Last team standing wins. After one minute, a single control point in the center of the map activates, and the round ends when it's capped if the other team hasn't been killed yet.
King of the Hill is arguably a variant of Arena, using similar small maps built around a central control point, where the teams work their way up to the middle of a map to a point that is initially locked. After a short amount of time, it becomes available and the team that captures it has to defend the point for 3 minutes.
If the enemy team recaptures the point, the other's timer freezes; it counts down again if once again recaptured from that time. Unlike Arena, players can respawn. Special Delivery is a mode that could be considered a combination of Capture the Flag and Payload.
The objective of this game is to transport a suitcase full of volatile Australium to the space shuttle of Poopy Joe, the all-American monkeynaut. Naturally, the enemy team wants to deliver the Australium as well in order to "make history", and you have to ride an incredibly slow elevator to reach Joe's rocket. There is currently only one official map with this mode: Machine is a 6-player co-op defense mode.
Here, RED and BLU must team up and take down massive waves of robots which drop money when defeated in order to keep the robots from blowing up Mann Co.
The robot horde is armed with basic stock weaponry, but there are special robots with unique capabilities mostly due to their loadout and a giant robot every now and then. The video was made on the heels of a Portal video used to promote the personality of that game. After the first short was released, viewers praised both the quality of the animation and the humour of the script, likening it to productions by professional animation studios such as Pixar.
Due to this highly positive reception, Valve announced plans to release a Meet the Team video for each individual class in the game, with possible side-features for items and non-player characters such as Meet the Sandvich. Developer Robin Walker has stated that the shorts "tie in to the strategy we have with TF2 of continually updating the service What the videos do is give ways for people who don't even have Team Fortress 2 yet to get some entertainment from the game.
And that may turn them into TF2 players and customers. Game writer Eric Wolpaw said creating the series "helped everyone on the team get a little bit more in tune with who that particular character was, so we just kept knocking them out and they kept on being popular".
An example of the series' influence on the design of the game was the Sandvich. According to Walker, the item "came almost directly out of the movie We felt the movie had justified and created a way for us to have a 'Sandvich' in the game and have that action [of eating it] make any kind of sense in our game world".