To be quite honest, it seems like a very minor effect, and it was worth getting rid of if the whole gun was getting revamped anyway. It’s practically a much stronger gun that it was before the update so I don’t necessarily mind Valve removing it.
It doesn’t seem to be that weird. Why? Is it supposed to be?
Well, there’s only one we know of at the moment…
I’m not saying 100% it’s going to be a Vintage Sandvich. I said “or something of that nature”. It could be anything. But I doubt it’s going to be extremely spectacular.
the tf2 fandom right now:
Oh, so you want a full-scale Sandvich with a bite taken out of it? That’ll be $50, please!
But really, putting all the costs to make it aside, I seriously bet those $50 that the in-game item promotional it comes with is a… wait for it… VINTAGE SANDVICH. Or, something of that nature, anyway.
Remember those old Halloween Spells that you sold for scraps? Well, you have to pay like, 8 to 10 keys just to have your hat glow now.
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WHY DOES NOBODY IN THIS FANDOM EVER TALK ABOUT HOW GREAT OF A CHARACTER HEAVY IS
His father fought against the Soviet Union.
When he was a child, he helped his father set all of the prisoners in the Gulag they were being held in free, then burnt it to the ground.
He’s quite intelligent! Most people aren’t aware that he actually posses a PHD in Russian Literature! The only reason people seem to think that Heavy is dumb is because he doesn’t speak English very well, and usually speaks in short, simple sentences.
He’s a boxing champion.
He works to support his family and loved ones.
He likes to listen to rock music while on the battlefield to keep his spirits up.
He felt so bad about accidentally making a kid cry on Halloween that he gave him seven thousand dollars to try and make him feel better!
HE HAS A FREAKING BED FOR HIS GUN, SASHA
YES, THANK YOU
People don’t give Heavy as much credit as they should.
Yeah, but although they seem to cause a majority of those cases, it’s not 100% based on them. There are other reasons.
Does anyone else think that O’Chunks and the Heavy look similar to each other? Or is this an observation that’s unique to me?
At least, in the new comic, they refer to him as a “witch-woman” in that newspaper…
And on that note, hey-ho, welcome back!
I seriously question Gray Mann’s intellect at this point. Robots are cool and make for a great alternate game mode, but it seems like a lot of effort put into a such a potentially easy goal.
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