Backpack Meet the Medic (taunt).png. Taunt: Meet the Medic. Level 5 Special Taunt Remind those ungrateful bastards how valuable your. The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will. 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.
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. The Quick-Fix uses sounds from the Medi Gun. After the Heavy kills the Soldiers onscreen and continues to fire at unseen enemies, the Medic poses as in the Meet the Medic taunt. Next to him is a Ciggy Stop vending machine, identical to the one in the Intelligence room in Meet the Spy.
Since the June 17, Patcha dove will sometimes fly out of gibbed Scouts.Meet the Amazing Medic
This foreshadowed the final gag of the video, where Archimedes is left inside the Scout's chest after his operation. It was revealed in the Source Filmmaker introduction video that the hospital battle scene is actually a modified version of Badwater Basin.
The spawn that the Medic walks out of appears to be one of the exits in 5Gorgewhile the rocky hillside seems to be inspired by DeGroot Keep both were released December In some leaked developer files of Source Filmmakersome stills of an old version of Meet The Medic can be found featuring an injured Scout, Soldier, Demoman and Heavy.
Concept art from the final scene can be found in the files as well. According to an article posted on the TF2 Official Website on July 11,Meet the Medic was originally intended to be an interview-style video, similar to the earlier "Meet the Team" videos. It was scrapped because the animators thought that it didn't really reflect what people truly thought of when they hear "the Medic".
Robin Atkin Downes, the Medic's voice actor, uploaded a short snippet of himself recording the lines for this "Meet the" short, as well as a redubbed version of the outtakes with the Medic's voice.
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In the second outtake My Darkest Momentthe Spy, who shoots the blood bag and who is then decapitated and used as a blood resource, appears to be on the same team as the Medic RED. It seems to also occur after Meet the Sandvich as the Sandvich is half eaten.
Meet the Director shows the Sniper, Heavy, Scout, Soldier being filmed in that order around the same time by the Director Meet the Medic and Spy don't have to be during this time as they aren't interviews.
The Meet the Medic footage already existed at that point, as well. So, right now, we're looking at: Engineer and Demo can't really be placed at that time.
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Just some thoughts on when the videos might occur. Yes, both contain half a sandvich and a bottle of beer. Just because your neighbour's refrigerator has the same contents as yours does not mean that it is suddenly your refrigerator. It is pure speculation, nothing more.
In Meet the Sandvich, the floor is wood. In Meet the Medic, it's ER flooring. Meet the Sandvich has 3 bottles next to the sandvich. Meet the Medic only one. It is a reference at best, but I doubt it is more then just model reusing. Log story short, we can't say anything about Meet the Sandvich.
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Update before Meet the Medic, chronologically speaking. The video shows the first ever Ubercharge, so it definitely takes place before any of the updates, because the standard no longer prototype medigun has been in the game since release. So we have a minor contradiction.
Should this be noted in trivia? Update and the Engineer Update would take place before Meet the Medic. Not trivia worthy, if you ask me, as it can be explained by Valve wanting to make the video a bit prettier. I watched it, curiously, and noticed that the Heavy mows down many people, or rather many soldiers, just after 0: From what I've watched, this is the only other video I have seen with the Heavy killing mass amounts of soldiers.
Perhaps I'm looking too far into this in fact I probably ambut maybe Meet the Medic, specifically just after 3: But I could see why they would put several different classes when they are focusing on the heavy, but only one when the heavy isn't the focus.
But then again, in Trailer 2, he's the focus and only kills one type of enemy. It's only an assumption. If you contact a Valve employee and they say it was on purpose, however, then heck yes. Neat catch either way. In the cabinets in the background, there are various items in there, one of them is the Medic's Solemn Vow seen right next to his armand there's also a purse hanging on the wall to the right of his head, should either of these be noted?
Also, other than the various bottles in there, what are those other objects? I'm not sure about this one; perhaps if we get another yes we can add it. 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. 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?