Taking a break after a particularly brutal gravel war, these four mercenaries - from two competing companies - are prospecting for the rare element Australium. With luck they'll convert their battle-honed skills into cold, hard cash, thanks to the extensive lodes rumored to exist on Auriga. They are now exploring, digging, and tunneling in search of this precious resource.
Meet 4 playable characters from Team Fortress 2 with unique abilities and a hidden backstory!
Nobody knows where this thing came from, what it thinks, or why it does what it does. Eager researchers who interview Bates tend to either quickly change their area of study -- or go mad themselves.
Kaspar did, at some point, receive some form of medical training. The duration, sobriety, and quality of that training -- and whether or not it pertained to human beings -- is highly questionable. Herab's eagerness to demonstrate it, however, is not.
Dell is a misplaced transdimensional copy of a non-existant being from a pseudo-reality. Fortunately, he is also a skilled engineer with at least eleven hard science PhDs so minor questions concerning the nature of reality don't bother him much.
Misha comes from a very cold gulag in a very cold place; much of his reputation stems from the fact that though he and his sisters escaped, none of the guards did. This experience has not affected the warmth of his personality, though it should be noted that the degree of warmth is directly proportional to the number of dead enemies.
You heroes will now be able to equip 5 new items from Team Fortress 2.
Tarnish it notte, presumptuous one.
A highly effective defense against anything from flatulation to the most toxic nerve gas. The only drawback is that the mask’s active ingredient causes idyllic, pastoral hallucinations.
The only flying animal not yet eaten by the dungeon inhabitants, Archimede stays safely in the pocket of whoever is carrying it.
One letter better than its famous predecessor, this handheld marvel contains optimized solutions for the materials, project plans, and techniques of module construction.
Not considered edible by most sentient beings, this snack requires teeth capable of chewing gravel. On the plus side, it tastes like vodka.