Proto:Source Filmmaker/Leaked Expiration Date Props - The Cutting Room Floor
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If you manage that, you deserve a crit. It looks like Valve completely forgot to put these in TF2, despite how fun it is to get killed by speculatively flung munitions bouncing arbitrarily around corners by trigger-spamming morons! Thank God we reminded them! Why not… heat-seeking rockets! Because aiming highly explosive projectiles to hit within a few meters of a target is still too hard! Not only should the modicum of skill required to play a Soldier successfully be removed, but it should be removed by an unlockable weapon that only the most skillful players will earn.
Reloading all the damn time is the least fun part about playing as a Soldier, and dying in one hit is the least fun part about fighting one. Demoman Not A Grenade Launcher: It is a twat. Why would anyone choose to unlock the ability to not have a grenade launcher?
Team Fortress 2 Unlockable Weapon Ideas - a post on Tom Francis' blog
This excellent upgrade would be automatically applied to all Demomen free of charge. He can only lay four at a time, and they stop for a while if shot.
Almost every situation involving these conjours an entertaining mental image. This would allow players on your own team to screw you over by luring stickies towards you. The boost decays over fifteen seconds, during which time the Demoman is also immune to fall-damage. The bottle always crits while the Demoman has been airbourne for more than half a second.
Proto:Source Filmmaker/Leaked Expiration Date Props
Bracing yourself for a good sticky-jump, whacking people at the end of it. Why not… that swingy dynamite he had in the first trailer! The swinging charge-up animation was interesting, though — I wonder if you had to stay still during that. It gives the Scout an option to be more of a team player, or to have the satisfaction of running at someone with his bat and knowing the hit will be a crit.
It is the former that this weapon proposes to crack. Healing steadily restores movement speed. Larger kukri that always crits against Spies, never otherwise.
Much as I love doing this, the poor Aussies could use a break, and some classic Crocodile Dundee one-upmanship ought to do it. Must be placed from behind, but does not break disguise. Good for disabling whole groups of people without necessarily giving yourself away, can lead to comedy escapes from angry mobs of sparking melee enemies.
Hacking takes ten secondsish, during which the Spy must remain still, and at the end of it the Sentry will be reprogrammed to only attack its creator. The Engineer sees his Sentry spark green during this time, so he knows someone nearby is a Spy, and he only has to kill the Spy before the process finishes to abort it. It has to be only the Engy it attacks once hacked, of course, or noob Engies could ruin the whole game for their team by letting a level-3 Sentry get hacked right in their base.
I tend to keep with the bombs, so I can sticky jump: He has gadgets to augment attacking and defending. Same with the Sniper, a near impossible task I thought until they gave him a bow: Even the Engi, with the addition of a tiny, quickly deployable sentry, now has scope for movement.
The recent Pyro update shows just how silly the game can get. The Steam Workshop delivering dangling magic lanterns and alien brain slugs.
It somewhat distracts from the initial design, and the lunges of content are now based solely around the idea of getting things out there rather than looking at what classes need a little love. And even then the community is making money through the free-to-play game with an astonishingly generous basis: Valve have kept the players together, refusing to charge for maps.
So what do I think of Team Fortress 2? Well, I think that describing something that lurches in as many directions as Team Fortress 2 is genuinely problematic. A laboratory and a shop at the same time. My hand drifts to the listing on my Steam window time and time again, passing over the 77 other games I currently have installed on there.
My mind is taking me to do what I have done for years and years and years. Many of the expansion items were suggested by fans. The most requested ones were the Heavy's Sandvich and the Scout's Bonk! The Spy's Dead Ringer cloak and leave behind a corpse was actually programmed in on some fan-altered servers before Valve implemented the idea into the regular game.
And for those that weren't implemented into the game, they live on in the Advanced Weaponiser mod. Several of the hats, such as the Scout's Bonk Helmet and the Pyro's Brigade Helmet, were originally created by a group of highly talented modelers whom Valve took interest in. Although Valve had already planned to include similar hats in future updates, they liked them so much that they based their versions off the custom models.
The King of the Hill gameplay mode was originally a custom mod done by the No Heroes TF2 community before Valve implemented a slightly modified version as an official gameplay mode.
Similarly, the Payload mode is based on the fan-made map Happycow. Valve has also opened a submission site for custom avatars and items. The fan-speculation about the Pyro's actual gender has been lampshaded. Two issues later, it gets poked at again.
Wot I Think: Team Fortress 2
The Pyro from Team Fortress Classic is a woman. Once he's discovered, he'll immediately turn back to normal and attack the player who revealed him. When Heavy recites the spell "caputus crepitus"his voice actor puts much emphasis on the syllables "-putus", which may be a nod to the "POOTIS" meme.
Fans certainly have noticed; in any Garry's Mod or Source Film Maker video in which Heavy casts a magic spell such as these examplesit's almost always the "caputus" spell. The Administrator is named for her voice actress.