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In addition, this line was spoken by Michael Keaton in the movie adaption. It also should be noted that the Scout uses a bat in his arsenal, referring to him being a "Bat-man. In baseball, a "moon shot" is a particularly long, high home run.
No-Hitter Steal and then capture the enemy intelligence without firing a shot. A no-hitter is a baseball game in which one pitcher holds the opposing team to no hits, while possibly allowing a walk or error. Out of the Park Bat an enemy 25 meters. Pop Fly Kill 20 players while double-jumping. A pop fly is a fly ball that goes high up in the air without traveling far out in the field.
Quick Hook Kill a player in Well before the round starts. Race for the Pennant A Pennant Race is the quest for a league or division title in baseball. In baseball, to "retire" a runner is to throw them out at a base.
Round-Tripper Capture the enemy intelligence 25 times. A "round tripper" is another name for a home run in baseball.
The analogy is to a commuter who buys a round-trip ticket from home plate to second base and back again to home. Set the Table Initiate 10 point captures that ultimately succeed. To "set the table" in baseball is to get runners on all of the bases in preparation for a powerful batsman, who can then get all of them home at once. Side Retired Capture the last point in a CP map. In baseball, when the third out of an inning is called, the side is "retired" and the other team takes its turn at bat. A pitcher or a defensive team can be said to have "retired the side".
Stealing Home Start capping a capture point within a second of it becoming available. Stealing Home is the act of running to home base during the pitcher's windup and throw, a particularly difficult and rare feat in baseball. Strike Zone Kill or assist kill 50 enemies while they are stunned or slowed.
The "strike zone" is an imaginary area on a baseball field used to call strikes. Frank Thomas is a Major League Baseball designated hitter. The Cycle In a single life, kill an enemy while you are on the ground, in the air, and in the water.
Hitting for the cycle means to hit a single, double, triple and Home Run in the same baseball game. To accomplish this feat in order is termed a "natural cycle". Hitting for the cycle is a rare enough occurrence that Major League Baseball keeps special statistics on it.
Additionally, the means of getting this achievement reference the water cyclein which water goes from evaporation to precipitation to infiltration. Triple Play Capture three capture points in a row in one life.
A Triple Play is the act of making 3 outs during the same hit. In baseball, when three runners try to simultaneously steal a base, it is called a "triple steal". Weapons Baby Face's Blaster The weapon is modeled after a Browning Auto-5 shotgun, commonly used in bank robberies in the early 20th century.
Its name is derived from famous bank robber Baby Face Nelson. Bat The Scout's use of a bat as a melee weapon reflects the avid baseball culture of the Boston area, including the renowned Boston Red Sox. Atomic Punch This is a reference to the term "The Bonk" or "Hitting the wall", a condition when an athlete usually in an endurance sport suddenly loses energy or becomes fatigued.
Boston Basher Boston is the Scout's home city. Bashing is a harsh or prejudicial attack on a person. It can be physical or verbal - in this case, the weapon physically bashes enemies or the Scout wielding it.
The Scout believing himself to be a "lady killer," the weapon's name may also refer to the Boston Slasher, a serial killer who murdered numerous women in the s'. Crit-a-Cola This weapon's name is a play on popular soft drink Coca-Cola. It also sounds like the word "critical" when spoken with unusual emphasis.
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Flying Guillotine The Flying guillotine is a ranged weapon from the Qing Dynasty that usually takes the form of a bladed hat used to decapitate victims. Force-A-Nature In physics, the "force of nature" is one of the four fundamental forces that occur naturally and affect the structure of the universe.
Holy Mackerel Getting hit by a fish has got to be humiliating. Lugermorph The ultimate in semi-concealed weaponry. There's no question you need this gun, the only question is: The name "Lugermorph" is a portmanteau of "Luger P08", a German sidearm that the Lugermorph is based on, and "lagomorph", any member of the mammalian order made up of mostly rabbits and hares. The description references a running gag in the series - namely, where Max keeps his gun when he is not using it, as he has no clothes.
Sandman The Sandman is a mythical character who tosses sand into the eyes of people to put them to sleep, fitting well with the fact that the Sandman's secondary attack puts hit enemies "to sleep" for a short duration.
The name is also a reference to Sandlot balla variation of baseball. Shortstop This weapon's name is a reference to the " shortstop ", the fielding position between second and third base in baseball. Sun-on-a-Stick Spiky end goes into other man. The description refers to a line spoken by the character Alejandro Murrieta in the The Mask of Zorro. Unarmed Combat So nice of the Spy to lend an arm The description is a pun on the phrase "lending a hand", which means to help someone with a task.
The weapon's title is a reference to "unarmed combat", a term which involves two or more people fighting each other with their bare hands. Batter's Helmet You'll be batting a thousand skulls in when you don this red piece of plastic! The term "batting a thousand" comes from baseball statistics, where it signifies getting a hit for every turn at batting. It was transferred to other activities in the s. The name "Big Elfin Deal" is a pun on the colloquial phrase "big effing deal".
The description is a joke based on the elf Hermey from the s television special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeerwho aspired to become a dentist. Bombing Run Death from above! A "bombing run" is the part of a flight of a bomber aircraft that brings it to the point over a target at which its bombs are released.
This is referenced in the description. Bonk Helm When drinking one radioactive beverage at a time is not enough. The Bonk Helm is a reference to similar beverage-carrying headwear that is stereotypically worn by sporting event spectators, usually referred to as a "beverage hat", "beer helmet" or "thirst aid hat".
Bootie Time You dasher! Pull Santa's sleigh all by yourself, you sexy little man. This item's only attribute, "Jingle all the way", is a reference to the popular Christmas song Jingle Bells. Champ Stamp Show Chinese organized crime gangs who's boss by wearing their cool tattoos without actually participating in any of their totally illegal criminal conspiracies! The name is a reference to the term " Tramp stamp ", referring to a tattoo which a woman places on her lower back.
Curse-a-Nature Similarly to the Force-A-Naturethe name of this set is a reference to the Scout's description of himself in the Meet the Scout video.
Flapjack The design resembles Shotaro Kaneda 's jacket from the anime, Akira. The original name before it was renamed to Flapjack was "Neo Tokyo Runner", and Neo Tokyo being the main location of the story. Flight of the Monarch Unlike real wings, these don't help you fly at all, or have Paul McCartney in them. This item resembles the fake wings worn by the Monarch's henchmen from The Venture Bros.
The name comes from the fictional book by the same name written by Henchman 21 that begins a chain of events leading up to the Monarch being arrested and incarcerated. It always inflicts critical hits from behind hence the namebut uses 50 ammo per airblast and cannot get random critical hits.
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The Degreaser is comprised of a gas pump, car muffler, exhaust pipe, a team-colored fire extinguisher, and stove top burner. It does not have an airblast, but features a critical boost called "Mmmph", filled by burning enemies.
When full, the Pyro can taunt to use the boost, giving guaranteed critical hits until it wears off as well as invulnerability during the taunt itselfthough it cannot get random critical hits The Dragon's Fury is a bulkier flamethrower design with a much longer muzzle, and holds a magazine of only 40 units as opposed to Instead of a cone of flame, it fires a fast-moving medium-range fire blast and has a short repressurization cooldown between uses.
Promo image of the Pyro holding the Flame Thrower. It is an oversized, elongated flare gun in team colors. It has an overall appearance similar to the Orion Flare Gun with the latching mechanism of the M8 flare pistol. Enemies hit with its projectiles with the exception of other Pyros are set on fire, and it inflicts a critical hit on a target that is already on fire.
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Targets in the blast radius are set alight just as if they had taken a direct hit. Skilled Pyros can also use the Detonator to launch themselves into the air in a similar manner to the Soldier and Demoman using their rocket launcher and sticky launcher.
Unlike the Flare Gun, the Detonator will only get mini-crits on burning targets. As of the Jungle Inferno Update, all flare guns deal a fixed 7. The Flare Gun in-game. In addition to setting enemies on fire, it also knocks them backwards, similar to the effects of the Scout's Force-A-Nature shotgun. The projectiles fired by the Scorch Shot will bounce off whatever they hit, and can injure the Pyro who fired them if they hit him such as if he fires at a wall directly in front of himself. Taunting with the Scorch Shot will perform his 'execution' taunt, wherein the Pyro stands side-on to wherever he's aiming at the time and draws down with the Scorch Shot, firing a single round.
Like other attack taunts in the game, the 'execution' taunt will kill enemies hit by it at close range, while only doing normal damage at a distance it is also the only taunt attack that consumes ammo; expending one round per taunt. The flares fired by the Scorch Shot will also destroy sticky bombs, just like the Demoman's Scottish Resistance mentioned below.
First-person view of the Scorch Shot Incendiary Grenade The Pyro wears three cylindrical grenades strapped to his chest. In particular, it has the rotary magazine and break-open reloading of a Milkor MGL attached to the stock, handguard, and front leaf sight of an M79 grenade launcher.
Despite being modeled with a six-round cylinder, the weapon only holds a maximum of four grenades, due to the fact that it originally held six, but the model was never updated.
The launcher fires team-colored grenades that detonate after a few seconds' delay or on impact with an enemy.
A popular tactic with this weapon is to lob volleys of grenades like mortar rounds at dug-in enemies to soften up their defenses prior to an assault. Its double-barreled model was originally due to its former capacity of only two grenades, much like the regular Grenade Launcher displaying six chambers rather than four, but this has been changed as of December 22, Note how the front sight is out of alignment with the mounting bracket; this is a bug that was caused by an update after the Loch-n-Load was released Sticky Bomb Launcher The secondary weapon of the Demoman is a drum-fed grenade launcher known as the Sticky Bomb Launcher, resembling a very fat Sten with the charging handle on the wrong side.
It holds up to 8 sticky bombs at a time which stick to non-moving surfaces and are manually detonated by the player. The range of the weapon can be increased by holding down the fire button, making the bombs fly further when they're finally fired. The Demoman reloads this weapon by ratcheting a charging handle mounted on the left side above the trigger. Like the Scout's Scattergun, no new ammo is seen being loaded into the launcher during reloading.
Like the Soldier's Rocket Launcher, the Demoman can 'sticky-jump' by jumping just as he detonates a sticky bomb under his feet.
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Two specialized versions of the Sticky Bomb Launcher are also available; the "Scottish Resistance", which has a higher rate of fire, the ability to set more bombs, and the ability to detonate individual bombs by aiming at them which can also destroy enemy sticky bombs and the "Sticky Jumper" which fires sticky bombs that do no damage at all and are used solely for executing sticky jumps.
Note that the front sights seem to have been replaced with a laser pointer taped atop the muzzle, also the model itself is lower quality than the Sticky Bomb Launcher.
The Demoman does not throw it as one would expect a Scot to throw a caber or a sober man to throw a grenade ; he swings it as a melee weapon. The first hit with the Caber against an enemy or solid object causes it to detonate, propelling the Demoman into the air and leaving him with a weak melee weapon if he survives the fall until he respawns or resupplies.
Given a complete M minigun sans ammunition only weighs 61 pounds, this implies Sasha fires something much larger than the standard 7. The weapon also has lessened damage and accuracy for a short time after being spun.