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*...that there are Cool Beans hidden on the map [[Banana Bay]]?
 
*...that there are Cool Beans hidden on the map [[Banana Bay]]?
 
*...that Valve for a while accidentally changed unusual drop rate to 100% on some old crates on 26th July 2019?
 
*...that Valve for a while accidentally changed unusual drop rate to 100% on some old crates on 26th July 2019?
*...that the [[Whoopee Cap]] is a reference to the character Jughead from The Archies who wears a grey cap almost identical to the in game item?
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*...that the Whoopee Cap's description references [[w:Jughead Jones|Jughead Jones]], of [[w:Archie (comics)|''Archie Comics'']] fame, who is well-known for wearing a similar cap.
 
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  • ...that the mercenaries, alongside other Valve characters, appeared in a version of Peggle called Peggle Extreme?
  • ...that development on Powerhouse actually began in 2007, but the developer left it unfinished and then released the map for the Gun Mettle Update?


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  • ...that all of the Demoman's alternate grenade launchers (Loose Cannon, Loch-n-Load, and Iron Bomber) were released in Christmas updates?
  • ...that you can actually see through the Soldier's Rocket Launcher from the ends?
  • ...that Melee Weapons have a higher chance to have Random Crits than any other weapons?
  • ...that Heavy has a PhD in Russian Literature?
  • ...that a fully overhealed Heavy can survive all of Pyro's taunt kills?


  • ...that the Beggar's Bazooka kill icon name is "dumpster_device"?
  • ...that on the map Banana Bay there is a hidden ritual to Poopy Joe near BLU spawn?
  • ...that there are two RED Spy indicators on the BLU's dashboard in Meet the Spy?
  • ...that the Fan O'War was originally going to be for Soldier instead of Scout?
  • ...that the Teleporter is the only building that does not change in appearance when upgraded?
  • ...that the Degreaser's airblast was originally intended to be chargeable, similar to the Stickybomb Launcher?
  • ...that the scrapped Nail Gun's ammo belt appears in the bottom space of a Dispenser, regardless of level?

  • ...that both Miss Pauling's contract voiceline and final page of the Blood Money comic allude to Spy beating a DNA test?
  • ...that in Meet The Spy the RED Spy while disguised as BLU Scout pretended to cut himself on the blunt side of his Knife?
  • ...that the Stickybombs placed during Setup time or Mann vs. Machine while under effect of the Kritzkrieg disappear if the Medic changes class?
  • ...that players on the winning team during Humiliation can respawn via switching classes?
  • ...that the Dragon's Fury projectile can be reflected?
  • ...that 14 Golden Wrenches were destroyed for charity?
  • ...that the Rescue Ranger's sine wave changes depending on the amount of metal the player has?


  • ...that the Tartan Spartan has a description that references a famous line from the 2006 movie 300?
  • ...that Abraham Lincoln invented stairs?
  • ...that there are Cool Beans hidden on the map Banana Bay?
  • ...that Valve for a while accidentally changed unusual drop rate to 100% on some old crates on 26th July 2019?
  • ...that the Whoopee Cap's description references Jughead Jones, of Archie Comics fame, who is well-known for wearing a similar cap.

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