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For the taunt item, see Meet the Medic (taunt). .. of Meet The Medic can be found featuring an injured Scout, Soldier, Demoman and Heavy. The term Medic buddy refers to a class that is particularly will allow the Soldier to perform rocket jumps to reach the battlefield safely and efficiently. A Soldier/ Medic pair is adept at destroying buildings from mid to long. Meet the Spy was leaked on May 17, , due to a YouTube bug that . The BLU Engineer and the BLU Medic had used their left hand to.
It sounds a lot more like Schweinhund to me, and it'd make more sense considering the Medic's German background. Demoman has one eye. A lot of people call him cyclops. Is it worth mentioning the humor that the Medic puts his surgery gloves on after the surgery?
In that it isn't. You see, the heart of a small animal beats very rapidly even when the animal is in a resting state. So could this mean that the Scout got the Loch Ness Hamster heart, or the smaller unlabeled one? Oh, and as soon as Archimedes the Dove coos inside his chest, the sound of his heart stops.
I thought it was neat enough to mention.
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That his heart stops when Archimedes coos is observational. Both aren't trivia according to the Style Guide and thus will be removed when added. The Heavy's heart is the largest and his health is the largest Should this be noted or not -- Mardamien24 We don't know whose heart is biggeer. The heart used in MtM as a replacement heart was merely a way of showing how powerful the Uber device is. Ryokyon I listened to it and I agree.
Also in it I noticed a second mistake I had not seen in the p version. Not only is the Heavy wearing an old decal in the team pose picture, but so is the Demoman. Probably reading too much into it, but I thought it was cool. I kinda see what you mean though - how do you notice stuff like that?
At least half of the rockets in the video travel in arcs, similarly to those fired by "the matador" in Mechatheslag's advanced weaponizer. Could this be a hint from Valve, or just cinematic effects? Any relation with the AW weapon is a mere coincidence. Just like in the clip Meet the Medic. I think the head of the Spy is an obvious reference to the movie and this information should be included in the Notes. I'm fairly sure the idea of a head in a fridge is not one exclusive to American Psycho, so it's hard to say if this is intended to be a reference to American Psycho.
Too many coincidences for me. I've noticed that this is the first Meet the Team video in which a character is wearing a non default hat. I keep trying to add this to the trivia section, but after about 2 minutes it disappears from the page, just like ALL of my contributions. I'm new, so the last sentence may sound stupid. Is there a validation period, or is someone angry at me? Here's what I try to add: So far, Meet the Medic is the only "Meet the Team" video that shows any character wearing a non-default hat.
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In this case it's an x of y style type trivia and is not particularly notable. Meet the Spy had the sniper wearing the Trophy belt.
Hopefully I'll stop failing so horribly. On June 17,an additional patch was released which added a secondary dove model with animations. Later the same day, the page layout of the TF2 Official Website was updated to feature three doves perched upon the title banner, which was covered by bird droppings.
Each dove linked to three separate hidden images depicting a rundown hospitalan empty hospital waiting roomand a doctor's office. Part of the rundown hospital seen in the first hidden image can be seen in the background of the Medic's page on the official site, fully modeled.
Notes The music that plays when the Scout and Demoman are fleeing from a barrage of rockets is a slowed down version of Faster Than a Speeding Bullet. Throughout the Heavy 's procedure, an X-ray of his body is in the background, showing a bomb lodged inside him. The extracted bomb can be spotted in a bucket behind the Medic. This is the same bomb on the Meet the Medic title card. The Heavy's Minigun can be spotted in the background of a few operating room shots, resting on its own stretcher.
The Medic's Overdose is next to the bucket containing the extracted bomb. When his heart is destroyed, the line on the monitor goes flat. The next time it is seen, after the Medic retrieves a new heart, it resumes its old display as if the machine detected the heart's presence.
One of the Medic's doves is named after Archimedesa Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer. A mysterious woman presumably resembling Miss Pauling can be seen through the window at 0: The labels on the hearts at 1: The smallest heart appears to have no label on it. Despite the Medic believing otherwise, human ribs are actually capable of growing back when properly shortened. In the opening, when the Demoman is fleeing from the BLU Soldiers in a wheelchair, he has a bandage over the top part of his head and an eyepatch worn on top of the bandage.
Backwoods Boomstick Shotgun The backwoods are rural areas that aren't part of the American highway system. Boomstick refers to Evil Dead Army of Darkness, when the main character, Ashley Williams, holds up his shotgun to a crowd of medieval townsfolk and calls it his "Boomstick.
It is also an often-used synonym for a flight recorder. Civic Duty Shotgun A civic duty is anything that done to benefit society such as volunteering and attending jury duty. Concheror With buff, some damage; Dished out by nearby teammates; Comes back as healing.
The symbol on the backpack and on the flag is that of the Takeda clana famous line of samurai warlords from the Sengokuor "Warring States" period, whose clan head was a devotee of Sun Tzu. Cow Mangler The name "Cow Mangler" is a reference to the association of alien contact coinciding with cattle mutilation. This originated from American science-fiction films of the s in which aliens would use laser and plasma weapons to cause mutilation to livestock.
Flower Power Shotgun Flower power is a phrase coined in the 's used to describe the great political influence anti-war activists, commonly referred to as hippies, had on young Americans.
Zatoichi is a fictional character who appears in many Japanese films. He is a very able swordsman, despite being blind. The "half" part of the name comes from the fact that the Demoman who also uses this weapon is only half blind.
It could also be a reference to the fact that the Soldier, who often wears his headgear covering his eyes, also has his vision impaired. Liberty Launcher The Liberty Launcher has a crack on the right side of the wooden section of the barrel, this bears a resemblance to the Liberty Bell.
Lightning Rod Shotgun A lightning rod is a pole that, when struck, transfers electrical energy from the source to the ground so that it doesn't affect the structure the rod is connected to. The largest airborne operation in history, it involved the landing of many thousands of troops by parachute and glider.
Most of the sounds triggered by the use of this weapon are also remastered sound effects from Quake. Reserve Shooter A reserve shooter is someone who provides backup for the front lines of an army should it be required.
Shell Shocker Rocket Launcher A shell is another term used to it describe a lethal round of ammunition. To be shell shocked is to be in utter disbelief to the point that you are visually stunned. Cosmetic Items All-Father Throughout the history of civilization, the white beard has come to symbolize wisdom and status. Battle Bob Simple and elegant, this slimming hair helmet will bring out the natural contours of your fearsome war face. Brain Bucket Zombie tested, braaaains approved.
This hat is a reference to the "Buckethead Zombies" from the game Plants vs Zombies. The description is a parody of the advertising slogan for Kix cereal, "Kid tested, mother approved". Conquistador Make Spanish history come alive with this authentic conquistador's helmet, excavated from the actual grave of a sixteenth century French cosplayer. The term conquistador mostly refers to Spanish adventurers, who journeyed to conquer lands in America.
Additionally, "conquistador" translates literally from Spanish and Portuguese as "conqueror".
Seuss wore a hat virtually identical to this. Dumpster Diver Dumpster diving is the act of rooting through commercial garbage often contained in dumpsters in efforts of finding food, valuables or other items. Hat With No Name A nameless hat for a nameless man. The hat's name references The Man with No Namea stock character typically used in western films. The description of "A Nameless Man" refers to the Soldier.
The name he gave in the WAR! UpdateJane Doe, is used as a female placeholder name in a legal action, case or discussion when someone's true identity is unknown. Honcho's Headgear This hat has mean written all over it. This hat has nothing written on it. His pipe was originally part of the hat but was later removed. The hat's name is a play on the term "head honcho," which refers to someone who seen as being the person in charge of the situation.
Idiot Box "Idiot Box" is a slang term for a television. Kringle Collection Do the snow-pants dance with this stylish holiday ensemble from famed Arctic designer Kristoff Kringle. Kris Kringle is an American nickname for Santa Clauswhose outfit this item is based on. Lord Cockswain's Novelty Mutton Chops and Pipe Lord Cockswain is an incompetent and over-confident hunter of otherworldly big game, and a recurring character on Dr.
Lord Cockswain's Pith Helmet Lord Cockswain is an incompetent and over-confident hunter of otherworldly big game, and a recurring character on Dr. Lumbricus Lid Lumbricus is the genus for the earthworm family. The worm design on the helmet is the "Steal" weapon icon from Worms: The Holy Hand Grenades which replace the Soldier's usual grenades on equipping this hat are also weapons from Worms.
Pocket Medic Keep little healing man close. A Medic may tend to stick to a Heavy or Soldier due to their high health and damage output.