Meet the Pyro (Video ) - IMDb
Meet the Pyro is the ninth of nine, class-based promotional films for Team Fortress 2. It is part of the Meet the Team series and was released in as part of. Valve recently released Meet the Pyro, the final of their "Meet the Team" videos used to cinematically introduce the characters from Team. Meet the Pyro (Video ) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more. The last member of the Team Fortress 2 cast is introduced our favorite arsonist, the Pyro.
While the Pyro in the dreamscape shoves the lollipop in the Heavy's mouth, the scene cuts to the battle as he hits the Heavy with the Fire Axe. The Pyro blows bubbles in his face in its vision, but shoots the Scout point blank with the Scorch Shot in the battle, knocking him back. The BLU cherubs salute and celebrate the Pyro.
Cut back to reality. He crawls over to the ankle of a nearby person. The sound of a Dispenser and then a teleporter being destroyed in the distance is heard. The Sniper can be heard screaming as the view zooms in on the Pyro's mask, flames reflecting off the eyepieces as the Pyro tilts its head.
The view zooms out and passes through the burnt, gaping hole in the stomach of a BLU Soldier. The view transitions back to reality as the Soldier clutches his smouldering innards for a moment and then falls over with a stifled groan. To coincide with the release of the last Meet the Team video, Valve released a public beta of the Source Filmmakerthe tool used to produce all the movies.
This video was uploaded twice to the official Team Fortress 2 channel. The second version can only be accessed via Adult Swim's website. The music heard during the Pyro's massacre of the BLU team was added as a main menu track, titled " Dreams of Cruelty ".
During the scene where Pyro is walking down a dirt pathway near the beginning of the film, various debris is scattered around such as Medic 's glasses, Shotgun shells, Sniper Rifle bullets, and Demoman 's Bottle.
When the Pyro busts down the door after Scout's "interview", a BLU Demoman can be seen on the left for a split second. As the Pyro is walking away from the burning town, the Pyro can be heard whistling a slower version of the song.
Multiple items such as RainblowerScorch ShotLollichopInfernal OrchestrinaBurning Bongosand Balloonicornare all demonstrated or shown in the film, and were all released during the Pyromania Update.
The manner in which the Pyro initially picks up the Lollichop and fires the Scorch Shot is referenced in-game, via their taunts. The Demoman is wearing his previous "dynamite stick" class emblem. However, the baby Demoman has the current Stickybomb emblem. Near the end of the video, there is the sound of a destruction of a building, and one can faintly hear an Engineer yelling "Dispenser Down!
At the film's ending, while the Soldier's helmet is rolling, an Axtinguisher is shown next to a cut-off Sniper hand. Is it possible that this same situation applies to the Pyro? Was the Pyro actually already the Pyro before their recruitment? If the pyro wasn't already a notable mercenary, who could they possibly be?
We know from Spy's attempt to comfort Scout in what were his presumed last moments that inScout is around 27 years old. This most likely places his birth year in As Scout is the youngest of 8 boysthis means that depending on whether or not Scout also had sisters, when his mother had her first child, whether or not she ever had multiples, and how long of a break she had on average between pregnancies, his mother was most likely somewhere between the ages of 25 at the very least, this number is a stretch no matter how you look at it and 40 at the time of Scout's birth.
Here's where the theory takes off: A brief interlude on Scout's father: As most of us know, TF Comics 6: Although this isn't necessarily a hard confirmation, let's assume for the sake of this theory that it's true.
If the Spy was in the French or anyone else's armed forces during WWII, and Scout's mother was in fact a nurse, it's possible that this could explain their having met and conceived a child. Despite Scout's concern for his mother and evidence of Spy's relationship with herwe have no concrete evidence that either mercenary was ever actually in contact with her at any point during the Gravel War.
In fact, what if the photos happen to come from a visit from Spy to Scout's mother in the summer of that was meant to serve as a farewell before he took on a new, dangerous job?
The theory comes to its climax here: Regardless of whether or not Scout's parents did in fact meet in a war setting, let's assume for a moment that Scout's mother was definitely a war nurse. Scout's mother survives, but is left with a case of PTSD that goes undiagnosed as shell shock. Now, imagine if one of her coping mechanisms for any reason happens to be a bright, colorful, peaceful place with lots of calming silliness.
Meet the Soldier (Video ) - IMDb
What if another one happens to be a mild case of pyromania, limited to watching matches burn, a stove, or the like? She offers the boy a job right off the bat, and asks the mother to participate in some sort of character interview.Meet the Amazing Pyro
The Administrator, in whatever period of time she's working with from the mercenaries' hire dates to their arrivals, does things to Scout's mother. The Pyro is born. Based on appearance alone, the Pyro could arguably be of either human sex.