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"The bomb is nearing our checkpoint!"
About this creation

Prepare for your examination!

Mmph mmph mmph!

I'm coming for you...

I'm gonna blow the inside of your head, all over four counties!

Welcome to the United States of you just got DOMINATED!!!

Come! Ve must poosh leetle cart!



Pyro. For the unexplained the Pyro's "flamethrower" looks very funky due to his insanity state. Behind that mask, all he sees is a child's fantasy land, which also means his flamethrower will be something "joy-inducing"

Heavy. I gave him an Indian tribesman hat because one, it's an actual hat available for him in the game, and two, his head is dual-sided.

Medic. I have no idea what was going on in my head at the time, for some reason, I thought giving the Medic a Dumbledore head would be sufficient. However, a Harry Potter head seems a lot more reasonable, now that I've thought about it.



The payload bomb. Generally, Payload matches in TF2 revolve around team BLU pushing the cart, and team RED for defending. In Payload race, both teams receive bomb carts. In this case, this is standard Payload.

Fourth Roof Commentary:

Another Team Fortress 2 MOC? Yeah, just about. While I was building a little something else (which I'll likely continue), I had an idea for a TF2 scene, which was originally intended to show what the Pyro sees in his eyes. However, the trouble is, green pieces are so scarce, it's not even funny. I'm going to have to get my hands on some more of those.

For the uninformed, RED and BLU teams both take on different style. Team RED appears as a highlands, farming institution, and team BLU is a more industrial, High-tech style. Either way, both are the world's entire governments, technologically advanced, fighting a war until their government Bureaucrats put a stop to said war. As scene in this diorama, Team BLU is attempting to push the bomb out of their base.

So, you may be asking, where are the Engineer and Demoman? Well, the problem being are the incomplete figured. In fact, pretty much all of these figures are incomplete in terms of detail, I like t be a bit of a perfectionist, which means I require decals and various pieces. Engineer is somewhat complete, and the Demoman isn't even assembled! Guess I need the right African-Scottish head to start with. ~Ryan


 I like it 
  January 1, 2013
Lots of awesome part usage! Great scenes as well!
 I like it 
  December 18, 2012
That's a very nice and well detailed fighting scene :-) I like the design of that bomb! Looks a lot like 'fat man' or the nuke from carmageddon.
 I like it 
  December 15, 2012
Cool minifigs! I like the medic!
 I made it 
  December 9, 2012
Quoting Chronos Omega Now build an MvM game. :P
Hahaha! That sounds like fun, I might have to do some decalling at some point, and obtain some robotic limbs. I think for the future I'd like to make a few TF2 map-style MOCS. One dream I have is to construct a 2Fort, character-scale. That's gonna require a lot of pieces.
 I like it 
  December 8, 2012
Now build an MvM game. :P
  December 8, 2012
Nice layout, I like the weapons!
 I like it 
  December 8, 2012
The weapons on this are just fantastic. That bomb is comic awesome, and those guns are made of great parts :)
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