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The camera passes over the rest of the RED team, who are doing things to pass the time. The Engineer is playing his guitar, Spy is looking at his ticket, Pyro is reading and flicking a lighter, Soldier is standing at attention, Demoman is drinking from his Bottleand Sniper is sleeping] Medic off-screen: Everyone in the waiting room looks toward the door] [Scout emerges from the operating room, his chest glowing] Scout gallant: On June 8,a patch to Team Fortress 2 was released and included an update that placed several doves in various positions in Valve maps.
The doves exploded upon contact, but did not cause players damage. 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.
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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. Later, when the Demoman is healed by the Medic, he rips off the bandage with the eyepatch on it to reveal another eyepatch underneath the bandage. Similarly, when he is fleeing from the Soldiers in the first battlefield scene, his Stickybomb Launcher rests on his lap and is his only visible weapon.
In the second battlefield scene, the Grenade Launcher replaced the Stickybomb Launcher, but after an explosion sends him flying out of his wheelchair, the weapon that lands in front of him is, mysteriously, the Stickybomb Launcher instead of the Grenade Launcher he was just holding. In the up-close scene of the Demoman fleeing the Soldiers, the Engineer and Sniper are missing. What makes this mode special is that, like in Terminatorguns and other weapons too futuristic for the 10th century, except grenades can't be brought back in time.
Thus, all characters can only fight with melee weapons with the exception of arrows and the like. Unlike Terminator, clothes can be brought back in time because Robin Walker wanted hats to be in the game mode. He wants hats everywhere. Currently, there is only one official map in this mode. In TF2's take on Capture the Flagthe flag is a large briefcase containing "enemy intelligence," which trails papers behind it when an opposing player carries it.
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.
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Its most notable features include powerups and a grappling hook for all classes to use. 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. 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.
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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.
Machine maps, each of which have a variety of missions. Player Destruction is a mode introduced in the Invasion update. In this mode, every time a player dies, they drop a beer bottle that can be picked up by any player. If a player is killed while holding one or more bottles, they drop those in addition to the one standard bottle.
The player on each team with the most bottles the first to reach that number if tied becomes "team leader" and acts as a dispenser, but has a number above their head indicating the number of bottles they're carrying that anyone can see, even through walls, making them a target for the enemy team.
Every so often, a control point opens up, and the players have to deliver their bottles to the control point while blocking the other team from doing the same. The first team to a predetermined number of bottles delivered depending on the number of people playing at the start of the round wins. So far there is only one official map: Watergate, where the control point takes the form of a UFO's abduction beam.
Robot Destruction is a unique mode currently still in beta, and is limited to one official map.