Who is Heavy? Edit
Heavy, or Heavy Weapons Guy is a selectable player in Team Fortress 2. He is a big, bald headed guy from the USSR and is a under the defensive category in the game. Heavy is the slowest moving player in the game, but can cause massive damage with the use of his minigun that he calls Sasha. This can leave him rather exposed, but with proper team work he can be quite devastating. Heavy also has access to a shotgun and the sandvich which can heal himself or other people. Heavy can be considered the face of Team Fortress 2 due to him being on the front cover of the game.
"Some people think that they can outsmart me... maybe, maybe... I've yet to meet one that can outsmart a bullet." - Heavy
Contest History Edit
Win-Loss Record: 0-3
Summer 2008 Contest - Division 8 - Fourth Group
- Division 8 Round 1 --- 4th place, 17608 [12.89%] - Kratos, 50814 [37.19%] - Jill Valentine, 35124 [25.70%] - Revolver Ocelot, 33099 [24.22%]
Heavy was able to reach the contest in 2008, but like several fourth place finishers Heavy was quite easily outclassed by the other three competitors, especially Kratos who was able to out-man Heavy in the picture. Like other characters Heavy suffers from ensemble cast syndrome and is from a game not exactly made towards a large portion of GameFAQs users.
Winter 2010 Contest - Varia Division - 12 Seed
- Varia Round 1 --- Lost to (5) Roxas, 23427 [43.04%] - 31010 [56.96%]
- Extrapolated Strength --- 78th Place [20.81%]
Between 2008 and 2010 Valve started to show its nice side towards gamers and sold several of their games, including Team Fortress 2 for pennies. While some people believed that this would lead to a boost most people were skeptical that it would be enough to defeat Roxas, not that he's a strong character though. After a slow start and some rallying Heavy was able to make a few cuts throughout the night and finish with a respectable percent against Roxas and a decent performance overall.
Summer 2013 Contest - Division 2 - 25 Seed
- Division 2 Round 1 --- 3rd place, 7924 [24.61%] - (16) The Boss, 14690 [45.62%] - (3) Chrom, 9589 [29.78%]
With Team Fortress 2 getting older not much was expected out of Heavy. He was able to keep relatively close with Chrom, but ultimately was unable to make a match out of it.