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Featured article — Teleporters
Teleporters are a type of building that can be constructed by an Engineer using the Build Tool. Two components make up a complete and functional Teleporter set: the Teleporter Entrance and the Teleporter Exit. Both ends appear as team-colored devices that rotate quickly to form glowing, circular pads.

Players who stand on a fully charged Teleporter Entrance are instantly transported to the corresponding Teleporter Exit in a flash of light and team-colored particles. After a brief period of recharging, another teammate can pass through. A team can easily have their offensive push or defensive setup crumble if they lack prompt reinforcements, while one with a judiciously-placed Exit can apply constant pressure and even sneak into an unaware enemy's territory.

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Did you know…
  • ...that the Dangeresque, Too? was the farthest Valve wanted to go into the future in cosmetics, as shutter shades got popular in the 80s?
  • ...that the loading screen of Yukon still shows the old control point placement?
  • ...that the Japanese text written on the top of the box from the Box Trot taunt means "The Spy is in this box." (スパイは、この箱のなかにいる)?
  • ...that Your Eternal Reward is a reference to the knife that Jafar wields in the movie Aladdin?
  • ...that despite its description saying otherwise, the RoBro 3000 has an on/off switch?
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