Neoseeker : News : Team Fortress 2's Pyromania culminates with the highly disturbing Meet the Pyro video
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Ashley Jun 27, 12
I really don't see much of what everyone was complaining about. I kind of like those odd surprises Valve threw in. It gives a whole new view onto what kind of person Pyro could be. Now, we didn't need to be in his/her happy little world most of the video, but hey! At least the video is out now.
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jacob0057 Jun 27, 12
That was actually brilliant.
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BlackLabel Jun 27, 12
quote Ashley
I really don't see much of what everyone was complaining about. I kind of like those odd surprises Valve threw in. It gives a whole new view onto what kind of person Pyro could be. Now, we didn't need to be in his/her happy little world most of the video, but hey! At least the video is out now.
People were complaining at the start of this article because the image that now fronts this article wasn't the original image. The original image was of the My Little Pony land which was part of the surprise..
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Huntereb Jun 27, 12
They hinted to pyro being a girl by playing a song with the lyrics: "Do you believe in magic, in a young girl's heart?".

Hence, "girl's".

Idono, I just thought of that when I watched it. Me and my Steam friends started screaming over the mic when "teamfortress.com" went down from all of the traffic. Then I quickly went to their Youtube while it only had 300 views (on the first minute of it being up). XD
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Wakaman Jun 27, 12
Oh god my ribs.

Brilliant, just Brilliant.
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DemonFowl Jun 27, 12
That part with the Medic made my eyes water. Can't say why it was so hilarious, but this is truly a fantastic video.
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