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Team Void, an evil Team of corrupted and insane Creatures, their current goals are unknown but it's certainly not for the greater good of other's
Name: Heinhiss (Pronounced Hain-Hiss)
Race: Nagapony (Based on Red spitting cobra)
Hein Hiss is a insane Soldier Class Naga who's more likely to eat his comrades than to help. He hates the weak, so if his 'teammates' show weakness, he's more likely to kill them himself than let the enemy do it. His scales are bullet proof and he's known to single handily wipe out teams all on his own, he's one of team Void deadliest members.
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Okay, so you know that one Medic lore tidbit that goes something like, “Not every mad scientist lives in a haunted castle, some of them live in the trenches where there’s plenty of spare body parts flying around”? What if Medic actually did have a castle though? Like, there are a lot of castles in Germany, including in Rottenburg and Stuttgart, where Medic grew up. And castles can actually be purchased for less than a New York apartment, some you can even get for free on the condition that you make an effort to preserve it as a historical site. If Medic comes from a family of wealthy doctors, brewmeisters, and/or mercenaries they may well have the funds to own and maintain such an estate, and it’d fit in well with the rest of the Medic lore alluding to Frankenstein.
Imagine in the midst of the Mann vs Machine arc, Medic grows increasingly concerned about his ability to keep his friends alive, especially his beloved Heavy. Then, they find out Gray Mann’s next target is the MannCo facility in Rottenburg. They get sent out to defend Medic’s old hometown and he brings them all to see his childhood home and it’s this extremely haunted-looking gothic castle on top of a hill overlooking the village and there’s like this elderly housekeeper who’s been maintaining the place since Medic left (and every time someone says her name horse’s start neighing distressingly). Medic takes Heavy out back to visit the family cemetery and starts waxing poetic about Mary Shelly losing her virginity on her mother’s grave and keeping her late husband’s calcified heart in her desk. And then he goes through a secret passage behind the bookcase in the study to the family laboratory and rifles through his ancestors’ research to prepare for the coming invasion and that’s where he invents the reanimator.
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