Team Fortress 2 - Wikipedia
Meet the Scout: The Scout completely does not let any hits reach him until he .. One of the few locations that really do require a freeze frame to identify. Team Fortress 2 (TF2) is a team-based multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed . The Scout (Nathan Vetterlein) is a cocky, fast-talking baseball fan and street runner from Boston, Massachusetts, who practiced . The competitive mode was added in the "Meet Your Match" update, released on July 7, The Scout is the fastest and most fragile class in the Team Fortress franchise. His great As seen in the video "Meet the Spy" His mother was or still is intimately involved with the enemy spy. . Note any med pack locations you come across.
As soon at the Heavy was gone, Scout immediately shot a glare at the crab, who flinched at the Scout's quick movement.
Nothing was said for a while. It was almost like the Scout was daring the crab to say something. The boy narrowed his eyes. Scout let out a whimpering cry as he pulled his legs up to his chest and laid his head down, almost shamefully. Was it really that easy? Scout raised his head slowly, his eyes slightly red, possibly from crying.
It was against his nature to cry, but when everyone thinks you've gone crazy and were being haunted by a talking crab, you'd cry too. The Scout uncurled and crawled forward near the aquarium to get an answer. Meanin' I kiss girls, not dudes! If he had hands and was a human, he would probably be covering his face with his hand at how unreasonable the young man was being. The Spycrab in the little aquarium shook his claws with frustration. Scout held still, suddenly curious. The Spycrab look Scout in the eyes.
The Spycrab let out a groan as the Scout held his stomach and fell on his side, still laughing as tears began to stream down his face. It was the most irritating laugh the Spycrab had ever heard. When he was still a human, he had heard his own BLU Scout laugh from time to time, but never this long or this annoyingly. He didn't understand what was so funny about it either; it was a simple yes-or-no question.
Meet the Scout Bee!
The Scout's mood changed immediately from utterly drained of energy from laughing to serious and angry. His expression read 'How do you know? I wanted to be of some help, you see? None of them heard me or noticed me. You were talking with your Sniper about hearing a voice. I'm sure your mother read you the same story.
Meet the Scout (Video ) - IMDb
How'd you get cursed anyhow? It would be a breach of contract to explain anything to a RED. Just listen to what I have to say! Scout huffed and sat down on the edge of the bed. A smile finally appeared on the Spycrab's face. That is evidence enough that you are a virgin" Scout let out a defeated whimper. I ain't a fag! He cringed as the Scout pushed himself off the bed and walked up to the tank. He was surprised the Medic didn't confiscate them. The Sniper's voice rang in his head: Scout opened his satchel and pulled out his small handgun; he rarely used it, but it was fully loaded and wouldn't create as big of a mess as his bat or scattergun.
The Spycrab knew it would be pointless to convince the Scout not to kill him; he could see the hate and bloodlust in the boy's eyes, but he wasn't going to cooperate so easily. He immediately began shuffling around the small tank as the Scout opened the aquarium's lip and reached inside to grab the cursed BLU Spy. Spy found it was pointless to run from the greedy hands of a class who was born for fast movements.
He was caught almost immediately. It was like shooting fish in a barrel for the Scout. Spy tightly shut his eyes as he waited to hear the gunshot. Along with Sound-Effect Bleep. Justified in that he most likely hasn't given himself a heart implant yet. On the other side of the battlefield, none of the Soldiers are firing at said vulnerable Medic. Cutscene Power to the Max: Mostly averted, but the Medic is keeping a severed head alive indefinitely, and a RED Demoman is on the battlefield in a wheelchair.
The Medigun also seems to have a low setting, as he's keeping the Heavy alive, conscious, and mostly out of pain without his heart and with his chest cut open, but without healing him. The Soldiers' rockets also curve in mid-air to hit the Scout during the opening sequence. This actually makes sense when one notes that the Medic is using the Quick-Fix instead of the vanilla Medigun.
It doesn't make the patient invulnerable, but the description of the Quick-Fix notes that this is because the invulnerability function of the Quick-Fix shorted out after that first test, forcing the Medic to focus on one benefit or the other. The first part of the soundtrack, which plays when the RED Scout is fleeing from a barrage of rockets, is a slowed down version of "Faster than a Speeding Bullet".
Apparentlythe disembodied Spy head is a remnant from an earlier version of the short.
While the Medic's anecdote about losing his medical license see below is a little bit disturbing, it's still kind of jarring to hear him and Heavy laughing and chatting casually while a battle rages outside and the Medic is currently performing surgery on the Heavy while the latter is awake.
The Medic has a fair flock of doves, apparently as pets. When he leaves his operating room and takes the field with the Heavy, a bunch of them fly out of the garage to mark his entrance. They also fly by when he and the Heavy are standing atop a pile of Soldiers. Hoo boy, the Medic. He's enjoying himself when he really shouldn't be.
Right before the title card the BLU rockets appear to send the Scout smashing into the camera only for it to turn out to just be a window. It's hard to tell what map this takes place in, but according to Valve, it's a modified version of Badwater Basin.
It takes a bit of time to see that the entire contents of the refrigerator are a Sandvich, three hearts "Mega Baboon", "Loch Ness Hamster", and one label too small to readthree bottles of Red Shed beer, the BLU Spy's head, a battery for the head, and an ashtray. From the placement of the Spy's head, it's implied that Meet the Sandvich was done in the same fridge from his point of view, but the Sandvich is on the wrong shelf. Miss Pauling is watching the med-bay through an observation window.
She has a clipboard in one hand.
Meet the Scout (Alliance)
The Pyro is reading a magazine with "The Insult That Made a 'Jarate Master' Out of Sniper" on the back cover while playing with a lighter, the Sniper is sleeping, the Demoman is drinking, the Spy is looking at his ticket, the Engineer is playing the song that accompanied the Medic during the surgery scene on his guitar, and the Soldier is standing at attention, eschewing the chairs.
During the start of the last battle scene, you can also see the Pyro near the cliff, running away from the mass of Soldiers in the funny 'humiliation' run cycle. Check out the background at the start of the surgery scene. The x-rays in the light box show the Heavy has had a bomb lodged inside him.
The extracted bomb is in the bucket underneath the x-rays. The Medic's Overdose can be seen by the bucket. When the Heavy's heart explodes, the monitor in the background flatlines. When the Medic gets a new heart out, the monitor resumes its earlier display. Gameplay and Story Integration: The Medic is using his Quick-Fix medigun to keep the Heavy alive and conscious during the operation despite a missing heart and generally futzed-with innards, and then uses it to put his chest cavity back together and presumably attach the new heart to his arteries.
Since it's his class video, the Medic gets played for this even moreso than usual in the course of regular gameplay, but he definitely buries the needle deep into the 'sociopath' side. Are you sure this will work? The Medic casually jokes about an incident where he, or possibly a colleague, stole a patient's entire skeleton. The Scout and Demoman have somehow acquired bandages on the battlefield, and the Demoman is rolling around in a wheelchair before being healed by the Medic.
Inverted ; the score "A Little Heart to Heart" remains in minor and chromatic sequences through most of the song, but then at the last note, turns into a major chord. Heavy's belly laughs were completely genuine until he learned that the anecdote was actually about the Medicshortly after which this trope comes into play full swing.