This item has three styles, named "Original", "Full Color Paint", and "Stylish Paint". Both "Original" and "Full Color Paint" have thin gray circles around the eye holes, and a drab color on the point of the mask. "Stylish Paint" removes the gray circles around the eye holes, and changes the drab color to a gray color. If painted, "Original" adds two triangular marks underneath the eye holes, "Full" gives the mask a full coat of color, and "Stylish" colors the mask with an intricate design; the latter two styles also shade the left horn of the mask when painted.
- Full Color Paint
- Stylish Paint
|Original||Full Color Paint||Stylish Paint|
This item has very little effect on its appearance when its styles are changed unless painted. Mann Co. Orange paint is used here for demonstration purposes.
- Jarate makes the patterns of the "Original" and "Stylish Paint" styles visible on unpainted Pyromancer's Masks while its effects persist.
The mask's model contains a sub-model featuring an alternative set of horns, colored dark red on both teams, and named internally as
straight (the default and used set of horns are named
straight horns are also set up for paint, which would be painted alongside the rest of the mask depending on the style.
- Pyromancers are wizards that have an affinity with fire. Some of the possible filters for "Pyro" in the Medieval Mode chat parser include "Fire Mage" and "Fire Magus."