Team Fortress 2
Minty (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 1:54pm
How do you think some weapons work?
Well, I got bored, so I decided to think (which is usually a bad thing) and I thought, how do some weapons work?
For instance, Soldier's Buff Banner, why couldn't he activate the Buff when he felt like it?
Because he was afraid the enemy would be too strong when he would activate it without dealing damage, so by damaging the enemy team enough, it would build up his "rage" (courage) so that he would Mann up and activate it.
And so on.
Post your idea on how you think some weapons work below!
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Yui (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 1:56pm 
have you seen war movies? the soldier probably gets his adrenaline pumping and does something to boost the morale of his team
Minty (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:01pm 
Originally posted by Malik Blishtar:
have you seen war movies? the soldier probably gets his adrenaline pumping and does something to boost the morale of his team
I was just stating my idea to show what I meant by making this thread.
Yui (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:02pm 
well I was making an attempt to answer it.....
🎀 A_COCO 🎀 (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:04pm 
The syndey sleeper works by injecting the ♥♥♥♥ thing sniper has in him to the enemy but they don't know how to control it so they ♥♥♥♥ all over themselves and it overloads the enemy sniper's causing them to ♥♥♥♥ themselves. (If you don't know what i'm talking about click this link and scoll down http://www.teamfortress.com/sniper_vs_spy/day07_english.htm )
Le-Win Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:15pm 
Engie's Frontier Justice is secretly a sentry AI mounted onto his ordinary shotgun. The AI is advanced and shares a bond with the sentry that is currently mounted. Perhaps they go on a virtual date or two while the match goes on, get to know each other, and as kills rank up, their bond grows stronger.
But, inevitably, things must die. As a sentry gun goes through its death throes, exploding into useless scraps of metal, the AI mounted shotgun is hit with a robotic form of depression and grief, more specifically in the form of an electrical jolt sent through the AI as the bond is broken. This electrical discharge becomes incorporated into the shotgun's ammo, simulating an effect almost identical to random criticals. Thus, the stronger the bond, the more crits, and a more depressed, grieving AI that has no choice but to bond.
stupendous man (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:19pm 
pomson generates energy to shoot from mixing lack of skill, hate and orphan tears
Sphai Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:24pm 
After you throw mad milk on someone, by hitting them you suddenly move at the speed of light to dash over and lick them, regaining health, before zooming back to your previous location.
Gundolf-da-Bleck Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:26pm 
poi
Le-Win Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:28pm 
Originally posted by Woodruff:
pomson generates energy to shoot from mixing lack of skill, hate and orphan tears

The Phlogistinator is a gift to the cult of WM1, by the dark god only known as LackoSkilz.
After his followers burned a hundred Pyros to death (somehow) in a great bonfire known as the Midsummer Nights Burning (of Asbestos lined suits), LackoSkilz crafted this weapon from the tortured souls and scrapped weapons of the dead Pyros, creating this eerie, mechanical weapon that continues to terrorize the face of Tf2.
They say its crits come from the cries of the tortured souls lingering in those weapons, where the heat blazed onto the living is transferred into the phlog, burning the poor fools trapped in them.

(nahthoienjoyphlogsuperblymuchyes)
Last edited by Le-Win; Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:28pm
stupendous man (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:29pm 
Originally posted by Karnak the Piroeologist:
Originally posted by Woodruff:
pomson generates energy to shoot from mixing lack of skill, hate and orphan tears

The Phlogistinator is a gift to the cult of WM1, by the dark god only known as LackoSkilz.
After his followers burned a hundred Pyros to death (somehow) in a great bonfire known as the Midsummer Nights Burning (of Asbestos lined suits), LackoSkilz crafted this weapon from the tortured souls and scrapped weapons of the dead Pyros, creating this eerie, mechanical weapon that continues to terrorize the face of Tf2.
They say its crits come from the cries of the tortured souls lingering in those weapons, where the heat blazed onto the living is transferred into the phlog, burning the poor fools trapped in them.

(nahthoienjoyphlogsuperblymuchyes)
phlog actually is a more skill requiring weapon than the degreaser.
Le-Win Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:30pm 
Originally posted by Woodruff:
Originally posted by Karnak the Piroeologist:

The Phlogistinator is a gift to the cult of WM1, by the dark god only known as LackoSkilz.
After his followers burned a hundred Pyros to death (somehow) in a great bonfire known as the Midsummer Nights Burning (of Asbestos lined suits), LackoSkilz crafted this weapon from the tortured souls and scrapped weapons of the dead Pyros, creating this eerie, mechanical weapon that continues to terrorize the face of Tf2.
They say its crits come from the cries of the tortured souls lingering in those weapons, where the heat blazed onto the living is transferred into the phlog, burning the poor fools trapped in them.

(nahthoienjoyphlogsuperblymuchyes)
phlog actually is a more skill requiring weapon than the degreaser.

I'm just playing off the common tropes with this weapon. I seriously have no beef with the phlog. In fact, I am a phlogger.
stupendous man (Banned) Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:31pm 
Originally posted by Karnak the Piroeologist:
Originally posted by Woodruff:
phlog actually is a more skill requiring weapon than the degreaser.

I'm just playing off the common tropes with this weapon. I seriously have no beef with the phlog. In fact, I am a phlogger.
+1 to you then
caca
Le-Win Jun 7, 2014 @ 2:35pm 
Aighty, another one.

The market gardener is made of a denser material than that of the stock shovel. Remember how that thing usually bursts into flames? That's because it is made up of a highly combustible, ultra secret, ultra cheap material that lacks enough density to do serious damage to an enemy's skull. The market gardener, however, is made of sterner stuff. Originally patented by a union of gardeners who were tired of having to deal with crap shovels that couldn't do a damn to weeds, this tool was then weaponized by Mann Co for the purpose of improving a rocket jumping soldier's combat experience (and gain more profits). Being made of an even more classified, denser metal, the market gardener delivers piercing, crushing blows, compounded even more by the fact that its a 30 lb piece of metal hurtling at your head from a height of around 100 ft at a velocity of omigodwhatistha-

*Whack!*
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