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Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video. 1 Engineer; 2 Untitled-Topic; 3 Has anyone noticed. Meet the Pyro's released. Platinum Time , 1 October (PDT) . light up, while in the official one on teamfortress' channel is:) Fresh , 27 June (PDT). Check out the official YouTube channel >. Meet the Scout. Meet the Soldier. Meet the Pyro. Meet the Demoman. Meet the Heavy. Meet the Engineer. Meet the.
I definitely commend you for asking before placing it on the page though. Something a lot more people should do! This one's been bothering me for a while If there isn't, why has it been just assumed and stuffed into the trivia?
And why was that assumption made? What makes people think the tank is filled with oxygen?
It's not connected to the mask, which is a fairly standard filter-based gas mask. Why not assume it actually connects to the flamethrower and the little propane tank fuels the pilot light, while the hoses were just a modelling error? Why not assume that it's actually there to conceal the pyro's massive hunch back because shooting the tank will hurt the pyro?
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Why assume anything at all if we have no true and official evidence towards any of these theories at all? That's just as likely to be the setup here. Either way, as there is no official source for this information, the purpose of the tank is ambiguous at most. Where does it say that the Pyro's flamethrower is homemade?
The Pyro specializes in fighting enemies at close range using a homemade Flame Thrower. The canister is a standard propane tank and the handle is a gas station pump handle. Has anyone noticed that in the loadout screen i. Which possibly means that the pyro in the backpack is most likely the beta version of pyro. The final version of pyro still has the hose, but its connected to the other part of the flame thrower.
This is probably an illusion, also because the hose is not actually in-game. Has anyone actually that scientific version of the biggest question of tf2: Is pyro a male or female? All the facts, the shoulders, the finger lengths, and all that stuff have been shown as Female or even Homosexual Male? The little cloud that has the Feminine Symbol points to Female.
The annotations which could have or could not be made by the official TF team said by the voice actor of Scout says: But YouTube never got most of it correct and only one letter incorrect. All of this evidence, from the unofficial video from some guy that shows Pyro may either be Female or Gay male, which some reason points STRONGLY to Homosexual Male, and also from the official MTP video which points more strongly to Female due to the one more clue rather male only has one not very evident clue.
I rest my case Weirdduder10 If you want to post speculations, Take it to the steam forums as it does not belong here. When was the last voice line update? Has the Pyro retained all his voice lines since I'm guessing the first Pyro update? This was posted by: But do we really need to specify "No extra damage on burning targets. The items themselves don't feature this fact in their infobox.
And the weapons that DO give a bonus to burning enemies Flare Gun and Detonator in the Secondary section list it as a positive attribute as they should. The clips have their origins in audition scripts for the voice actors who played the likes of the Heavythe Sniperand the rest of the characters in the game. The first video in the series released in MayMeet the Heavy, is almost word-for-word what Valve used to cast actor Gary Schwartz.
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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".
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Another item to be introduced after its appearance in the series was Jarate which was added after its debut in Meet the Sniper. The series also assisted in the development of game technology. Valve used Meet the Heavy to test the facial animation system the studio was developing for Team Fortress 2.
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