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Players can crouch on the tele entrance to choose to be teleported normally.
I think the virtue of a Heavy being flung over a train is self-evident. Defuses a Sticky in two shots at medium range, one at close close enough to hurt if it went off. Sappers take four shots at medium, two at close.
Why not… a flame-thrower Sentry! I think the real question is: Why not… an ambulatory Sentry! It kind of removes the strategic element of deciding where to put it. And would be rather costly to impliment. They do no damage, but each successive shot slows the target slightly more, adds a few seconds onto their burn duration if you then ignite them with the flamethrower, and renders them unable to put out any flames by jumping in water. Needs reloading after every shot, and this takes a short while.
The Pyro could do with a satisfying way to end a fight, particularly when there are allies around who usually get the credit for killing those who would have burned to death if left alone. Ten seconds is enough for a nearly-full heat bar to entirely dissipate. Why not… a longer range flame-thrower! A class with its defining limitation removed is a class improved, as my grandmother used to say.
Why not… smoke grenades! Not being able to see is fun! Why not… ignitable oil slicks! You spray an area with oil, then set light to it, and it burns for a while. Leads to exciting wait-around for the enemy team! Why not… the napalm rocket-launcher from TF!
Then we could give the Soldier a flame-thrower, the Spy could have Sasha, and we could save everyone the confusion of having to pick a class! The added weight leaves the Heavy unable to move at all while firing. He can still move while spinning the barrel. Why not… an assault rifle! The most boring weapons in all of first-person-shooterdom! Soldier Last Ditch Digger: Apart from encouraging unlikely comebacks, it makes rocket-jumping spade-attacks more effective. And fun things should always be made more effective.
Lets the Soldier cluster large groups of people into a tight space for maximum damage, but sacrifices his ability to juggle enemies, keep them at bay or rocket-jump — though some wall-climbing and ceiling-sucking is doable by firing the rockets above you. Can be drawn, fired and holstered by pressing Right Mouse, whichever weapon the Soldier is currently holding. 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? 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. They have a deceptively large amount of health, run fast as hell, and the only strategy against them other than "concentrate fire on it and hope for the best" is to choose the building you need the most, picking it up and hauling ass with it in tow before it blows up, which if your timing is off will destroy your buildings and kill you.
However, an Engineer with enough experience can manage or recover from regular Busters, turning them into Goddamned Bats. Giant Rapid Fire Demomen.
The Grenade Launcher is already one of the most powerful weapons in the game. Now, imagine giving that to something that can spam grenades almost indefinitely, has a metric ton of health, and break through just about any defense because, unlike other robots, it seems to prioritize sentries as the biggest threat.
The Super Scout is the fastest robot in the game, and the Major League Scout trades in some of that speed for the ability to spam the Sandman's stun balls all over the place. Both of them also move erratically, making it hard to land a hit on them. If you let even one of them get through your defenses with the bomb, you are screwed.
Mecha Engineers teleport onto the battlefield and unless you find them before they set up, they put up a LV 3 sentry and a teleporter.
They will also endlessly repair their buildings, with an infinite metal reserve, and will move their buildings forward if your team is pushed back.
A neat little detail I noticed in Meet The Spy : tf2
So basically Word for the wise: Don't camp the teleporters, either; enemy bots exiting this way are Ubered for three seconds. Even the Sentry Busters. Bowman Snipers can overlap between this and Goddamned Bats. They're the only offensive type of Sniper that don't come in occasionally for support, and they wield the Huntsman, which is already considered a powerful weapon to begin with because of Hitbox Dissonanceand the fact that a well-placed headshot can One-Hit Kill most classes.
Now imagine a horde of these enemies coming at you and pelting you with a Rain of Arrows.
Without a good Medic to counter the arrows no way will a Pyro be able to reflect so many at oncethese guys will overwhelm you very fast. Mannhattan adds large Bowman Snipers, which take a fair bit of punishment and are certain to one-shot you, while being protected by a Medic. However, they're not considered Giants, so a backstab can take them out To clarify, they are all essentially One-Hit Kill machines regardless if they're giant or not that even with maximum resistances upgraded, they will still kill you in shots, with uber canteens only lasting for a few seconds, you can bet much hair-pulling ensues when a team tries to finish a wave for dozens of these pests The jumping Samurai Demoknights exclusive to Two Cities missions.
They're mildly durable and strong to boot, but their main claim to infamy is the high jump they do before charging and circling around mid-air. This will very rarely not kill you, since their midair circling makes it incredibly difficult to land a hit, they charge for a long time in midair and thus will pretty much always charge crit if they're not already perma-kritzed, and said charge crit is a melee attack, which is not a damage type you can protect from with upgrades.
Since they're using the Half-Zatoichi, any kill they happen to make can undo much of the progress to destroy them, and the final kicker is that they're technically not giants, so they can get all three bomb buffs. Bonus Ducks, as of the End of the Line Update let-down. Depending on who you ask, the game has either recently come out of one or has simply transitioned to a different one in recent years. In the years after 's Uber Update, which made the game Free to Play a year after microtransactions were added, there was a sharp decline in the frequency and arguably quality of the major updates aside from holidays.
For a concise list: Halloween updates that, while having amusing gimmick modes, never have anything substantial as their content is restricted to Halloween Mode and Full Moons. Not to mention in when Bird Heads and a My Little Pony inspired hat were added for the classes, which did nothing to help the "The art style has been ruined by hats" debate.
Smissmas updates that mostly just add hats, though had the bonus of adding Grordbort items for Pyro and Engineer. Which were either seen as ridiculously overpowered or completely worthless in the years that followed.
Mann Versus Machine, a Co-Op game mode which you can pay money to earn items in, and various expansions for it. Which if you had exactly zero interest in co-op were essentially MB downloads of nothing for you. Pyromania, which released Meet the Pyro and Source Filmmaker. And also Doomsday, a game mode most stopped playing after a week, and Pyrovision, which the less said about how some fans felt about that the better.
Not to mention Pyro got exactly one new weapon and some reskins in what was meant to be his own update while other classes, including Soldiergot entire sets.
The absolute nadir generally being considered the Robotic Boogaloo update, the very first wholly-community-created update.
Which added 60 robot-themed hats only available through microtransaction crates, and literally nothing else. But starting with the Summer Event and Two Cities updates inwhich began the recent trend of game balance changes in major updates, update quality and optimism for the future of the game have generally increased since