History Characters / TeamFortress2

10th Apr '17 5:22:58 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* OffingTheOffspring[=/=]SelfMadeOrphan: Can occur between [[spoiler:the Spy and the Scout]], respectively.
14th Feb '17 1:27:52 AM BarthVader
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* NeverLearnedToRead: Just like their intelligence (see InformedFlaw), it DependsOnTheWriter. On one hand, Saxton Hale states in "The Contract", that at least four of them cannot read, and it has been stated that 'most' (meaning at least five) have sub-normal [=IQs=]. On the other hand, no-one besides the Pyro was consistently depicted as illiterate: Soldier and Scout, who were explicitly shown struggling with reading in TF Comics, had no issue with that in "Grave Matters" and "Expiration Date" respectively.

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* NeverLearnedToRead: Just like their intelligence (see InformedFlaw), it DependsOnTheWriter.[[DependingOnTheWriter depends on the writer]]. On one hand, Saxton Hale states in "The Contract", that at least four of them cannot read, and it has been stated that 'most' (meaning at least five) have sub-normal [=IQs=]. On the other hand, no-one besides the Pyro was consistently depicted as illiterate: Soldier and Scout, who were explicitly shown struggling with reading in TF Comics, had no issue with that in "Grave Matters" and "Expiration Date" respectively.
14th Feb '17 1:23:25 AM BarthVader
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* NeverLearnedToRead: Saxton Hale confirms in "The Contract", that at least four of them cannot read, and it has been stated that 'most' (meaning at least five) have sub-normal [=IQs=] - although that doesn't mean they're not good at their job.
** It's worth remembering that people who are ashamed of their illiteracy can go for ''years'' undetected by learning little tricks such as ''pretending'' to read books, repeating what they know to be written, and correctly guessing from pictures the reading matter of books and instructions. They can even be quite intelligent in many other ways.
** Soldier is probably the most illiterate of the bunch. Other popular guesses (not confirmed) include Sniper, who has never been seen reading, Demo-man, who is always drunk as well, and the highly schizophrenic Pyro, who has been seen ''looking'' at magazines and newspapers but in "Ring Of Fired" it seems Pyrovision distorts attempts to ''read'' them.

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* NeverLearnedToRead: Just like their intelligence (see InformedFlaw), it DependsOnTheWriter. On one hand, Saxton Hale confirms states in "The Contract", that at least four of them cannot read, and it has been stated that 'most' (meaning at least five) have sub-normal [=IQs=] - although [=IQs=]. On the other hand, no-one besides the Pyro was consistently depicted as illiterate: Soldier and Scout, who were explicitly shown struggling with reading in TF Comics, had no issue with that doesn't mean they're not good at their job.
in "Grave Matters" and "Expiration Date" respectively.
** It's worth remembering that people who are ashamed of their illiteracy can go for ''years'' undetected by learning little tricks such as ''pretending'' to read books, repeating what they know to be written, and correctly guessing from pictures picture the reading matter of books and instructions. They can even be quite intelligent in many other ways.
** Soldier is probably the most illiterate of the bunch. Other popular guesses (not confirmed) include Sniper, who has never been seen reading, Demo-man, who is always drunk as well, and the highly schizophrenic Pyro, who has been seen ''looking'' at magazines and newspapers but in "Ring Of Fired" it seems Pyrovision distorts attempts to ''read'' them.
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15th Jan '17 5:24:31 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* ActionGirl: All the named women in the series seem to be tough ladies, perfectly capable of putting a lead bullet through any skull they feel like.

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* ActionGirl: All the named women in the series seem to be tough ladies, perfectly capable of putting a lead bullet or blow through any skull they feel like.
11th Jan '17 5:21:55 PM Protonus
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* SuperiorSuccessor: [[spoiler:Due to the technology transition lost in Australia, medical quality that was supposed to keep the Classic Team alive suddenly dropped forcing the original to go out of business. The modern Medic is able to find a solution around this by making a DealWithTheDevil, selling his own soul, then immediately sewn his body with the souls of his other teammates, rendering himself and his entire team physically unkillable. Though they can still die by age[[note]][[ItMakesSenseInContext God confirms this]].[[/note]].]]

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* SuperiorSuccessor: [[spoiler:Due to the technology transition lost in Australia, medical quality that was supposed to keep the Classic Team alive suddenly dropped forcing dropped. Having the original team won't cut it for Mann Co. anymore, since there are no more methods of bringing them back to go out of business.life when they are killed off. The modern Medic is able to find a solution around this by making a DealWithTheDevil, selling his own soul, then immediately sewn his body with the souls of his other teammates, rendering himself and his entire team physically unkillable. Though they can still die by age[[note]][[ItMakesSenseInContext God confirms this]].[[/note]].]]
11th Jan '17 5:05:35 PM Protonus
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* SuperiorSuccessor: [[spoiler:Due to the technology transition lost in Australia, medical quality that was supposed to keep the Classic Team alive suddenly dropped forcing the original to go out of business. The modern Medic is able to find a solution around this by making a DealWithTheDevil, selling his own soul, then immediately sewn his body with the souls of his other teammates, rendering himself and his entire team physically unkillable. Though they can still die by age[[note]][[ItMakesSenseInContext God confirms this]].[[/note]].]]
11th Jan '17 1:01:04 PM Gavitro
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!! The Team as a whole provides examples of:

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!! The Team Fortress as a whole provides examples of:


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* SixthRanger:
** Miss Pauling often joins ([[TeamMom or leads]]) the mercenaries in their shenanigans, especially in "Expiration Date" and ''Team Fortress Comics''.
** After hooking up with Soldier, Zhanna chooses to tag along with the mercenaries after "A Cold Day in Hell", often assisting Soldier with whatever he does.
** [[spoiler: Saxton Hale himself, along with his old flame Mags, joins the mercenaries to fight the robots and the Classic Team in "The Naked and The Dead".]]
10th Jan '17 10:13:52 PM IronScope
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* TheSoulless: [[spoiler:Medic sold his soul to the devil, stole the other classes' souls, and had them surgically implanted in himself to [[DidYouJustScamCthulhu fleece the devil]]. He also wound up getting the devil's pen out of the deal, so good for him.]]
10th Jan '17 8:17:14 PM Gavitro
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** Scout: Jeremy


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** Medic: Mr. Ludwig
10th Jan '17 8:14:22 PM Gavitro
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!! The Entire Team provides examples of:

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* InSeriesNickname: "The Teufort Nine" by the citizens of Teufort.

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* InSeriesNickname: "The Teufort Nine" by the citizens of Teufort.Teufort, and "[[TitleDrop Team Fortress]]" by Miss Pauling.
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