History Awesome / TeamFortress2

18th Jun '16 12:26:57 AM gewunomox
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* Valve expected the "Blood Brothers" {{ARG}} to take a few weeks to complete; it was instead finished in a mere 12 hours, with Valve giving many props to the community for doing so so quickly.

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* Valve expected the "Blood Brothers" {{ARG}} AlternateRealityGame to take a few weeks to complete; it was instead finished in a mere 12 hours, with Valve giving many props to the community for doing so so quickly.
27th May '16 11:24:18 PM Gadjiltron
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* The death of [=LMAObox=] on April 29th, 2016 is a moment of awesome for the game in general and the people involved. Prior to this, this hack (more specifically its paid premium version) was immune to [[NoFairCheating VAC]] detection and included just about everything imaginable from ESP to Aimbot to Wallhacks. It also caused people using it to spam "GET GUD, GET LMAOBOX!" to annoy the 13 players they were dominating, as well as automatically changing names to avoid manual bans. Then a player managed to find the source code (which he did completely by ''accident'' no less), sent it to Valve, and mere hours later all players who had used the hack within the past year were VAC banned (including, frighteningly enough, over 150 top-level competitive players, proving accusations lobbed against them for years). The icing on the cake? The developer, after five years working on the hack, ''officially discontinued development and released the source code to the public!'' Many players see this as a sign that Valve hasn't completely abandoned the game, and the patch was very warmly praised.

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* The death of [=LMAObox=] on April 29th, 2016 is a moment of awesome for the game in general and the people involved. Prior to this, this hack (more specifically its paid premium version) was immune to [[NoFairCheating VAC]] detection and included just about everything imaginable from ESP to Aimbot to Wallhacks. It also caused people using it to spam "GET GUD, GET LMAOBOX!" to annoy the 13 players they were dominating, as well as automatically changing names to avoid manual bans. Then a player managed to find the source code (which he did completely by ''accident'' no less), sent it to Valve, and mere hours later all players who had used the hack within the past year were VAC banned (including, frighteningly enough, over 150 top-level competitive players, proving accusations lobbed against them for years). The icing on the cake? The developer, after five years working on the hack, ''officially discontinued development and released the source code While over time, [=LMAObox=] still continued to the public!'' Many players see this as a sign surface with modifications that make it undetectable by VAC once again, there has been another series of account bans, showing that Valve hasn't completely abandoned is at least keeping up with the game, and the patch was very warmly praised.hack.
15th May '16 5:29:12 AM TheWildWestPyro
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** Getting a penetration kill with a fully-charged Machina. The resulting sound effect[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlt6EXMGlN8]] just seals the deal. And it's heard server-wide.

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** Getting a penetration kill with a fully-charged Machina. The resulting sound effect[[https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlt6EXMGlN8]] com/watch?v=mlt6EXMGlN8 The resulting sound effect]] just seals the deal. And it's heard server-wide.
1st May '16 5:23:42 PM Dattix
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* The death of LMAObox on April 29th, 2016 is a moment of awesome for the game in general and the people involved. Prior to this, this hack (more specifically its paid premium version) was immune to [[NoFairCheating VAC]] detection and included just about everything imaginable from ESP to Aimbot to Wallhacks. It also caused people using it to spam "GET GUD, GET LMAOBOX!" to annoy the 13 players they were dominating, as well as automatically changing names to avoid manual bans. Then a player managed to find the source code (which he did completely by ''accident'' no less), sent it to Valve, and mere hours later all players who had used the hack within the past year were VAC banned (including, frighteningly enough, over 150 top-level competitive players, proving accusations lobbed against them for years). The icing on the cake? The developer, after five years working on the hack, ''officially discontinued development and released the source code to the public!'' Many players see this as a sign that Valve hasn't completely abandoned the game, and the patch was very warmly praised.

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* The death of LMAObox [=LMAObox=] on April 29th, 2016 is a moment of awesome for the game in general and the people involved. Prior to this, this hack (more specifically its paid premium version) was immune to [[NoFairCheating VAC]] detection and included just about everything imaginable from ESP to Aimbot to Wallhacks. It also caused people using it to spam "GET GUD, GET LMAOBOX!" to annoy the 13 players they were dominating, as well as automatically changing names to avoid manual bans. Then a player managed to find the source code (which he did completely by ''accident'' no less), sent it to Valve, and mere hours later all players who had used the hack within the past year were VAC banned (including, frighteningly enough, over 150 top-level competitive players, proving accusations lobbed against them for years). The icing on the cake? The developer, after five years working on the hack, ''officially discontinued development and released the source code to the public!'' Many players see this as a sign that Valve hasn't completely abandoned the game, and the patch was very warmly praised.
1st May '16 5:22:57 PM Dattix
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* The death of LMAObox on April 29th, 2016 is a moment of awesome for the game in general and the people involved. Prior to this, this hack (more specifically its paid premium version) was immune to [[NoFairCheating VAC]] detection and included just about everything imaginable from ESP to Aimbot to Wallhacks. It also caused people using it to spam "GET GUD, GET LMAOBOX!" to annoy the 13 players they were dominating, as well as automatically changing names to avoid manual bans. Then a player managed to find the source code (which he did completely by ''accident'' no less), sent it to Valve, and mere hours later all players who had used the hack within the past year were VAC banned (including, frighteningly enough, over 150 top-level competitive players, proving accusations lobbed against them for years). The icing on the cake? The developer, after five years working on the hack, ''officially discontinued development and released the source code to the public!'' Many players see this as a sign that Valve hasn't completely abandoned the game, and the patch was very warmly praised.
27th Apr '16 8:03:24 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Hey, just because it's an AffectionateParody of ''Franchise/JamesBond'' doesn't mean you can't be just as {{Badass}} as the man every once in a while.

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Hey, just because it's an AffectionateParody of ''Franchise/JamesBond'' doesn't mean you can't be just as {{Badass}} Badass as the man every once in a while.
12th Apr '16 10:43:21 AM TheWildWestPyro
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Hey, just because it's an AffectionateParody of ''Franchise/JamesBond'' doesn't mean you can't be just as {{Badass}} once in a while.

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Hey, just because it's an AffectionateParody of ''Franchise/JamesBond'' doesn't mean you can't be just as {{Badass}} as the man every once in a while.
23rd Mar '16 8:36:01 PM TheWildWestPyro
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Hey, just because it's a parody of the entire First Person Shooter genre doesn't mean you can't be a {{Badass}} once in a while.

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Hey, just because it's a parody an AffectionateParody of the entire First Person Shooter genre ''Franchise/JamesBond'' doesn't mean you can't be a just as {{Badass}} once in a while.
19th Mar '16 2:17:42 PM LucaEarlgrey
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---> '''The Soldier:''' You call that breaking my spine? You [=RED=] team ladies wouldn't know how to break a spine if <'''''CRACK!'''''> ''AAAAAGGHHHH my spine!!!''"

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---> '''The Soldier:''' [[TemptingFate You call that breaking my spine? spine?]] You [=RED=] team ladies wouldn't know how to break a spine if <'''''CRACK!'''''> ''AAAAAGGHHHH my spine!!!''"
8th Mar '16 9:41:44 AM mariic
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* The climax of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-k6w-ckyms this video]] has the RED Team fighting the HumanoidAbomination SuperPoweredEvilSide of Candace from ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. It has to be seen to believed.
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