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Stats
Health: 1400 (1820)
Movement Speed: 7.6
Attack Type: Range
Role: Damage Dealer, Fighter
Mobility: Tactical
Ted McPain [edit] Unlocked Level:

Development Name: Commando

Type of abilities: Knockback, Stun, Healing, Area of Effect, Damage Over Time, Attack Modifier Release Date: December 12th 2013
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UI Skillbutton Commando Airstrike.png

Item 5 solar.png 135

Airstrike [edit]
Shoot a flare that marks the location for a powerful airstrike. Only available when holding the machinegun.
Damage 450
Cooldown 10s
Range 10

UI Skillbutton Commando AttackShotgun.png

Shotgun and Machine Gun [edit]
Ted can alternate between his shotgun and machine gun
Shotgun Damage 200 (piercing)
Shotgun Attack Speed 48
Shotgun Range 5
Shotgun Reload Time 2s
Shotgun Knockback 0.2
Shotgun Spread 20°
Machine Gun Damage 40
Machine Gun Attack Speed 352.9
Machine Gun Range 7.5
Movement with machine gun +0.8
Weapon Switch Cooldown 0.6s

UI Skillbutton Commando Stim.png

Item 5 solar.png 135

Stimpack [edit]
Receive a temporary burst of attack speed. Only available when holding the shotgun.
Attack Speed +35%
Duration 3s
Cooldown 6s

UI Skillbutton Commando Jump.png

Jumppack [edit]
This marine can handle any assault course with his jumppack
Jump Height 8
Jumps 1

UI Skillbutton Commando Airstrike.png Shop icons commando skill a upgrade a.png Shop icons commando skill a upgrade f.png Shop icons commando skill a upgrade c.png Shop icons commando skill a upgrade e.png Shop icons commando skill a upgrade b.png Shop icons commando skill a upgrade d.png
UI Skillbutton Commando Stim.png Shop icons commando skill c upgrade b.png Shop icons commando skill c upgrade e.png Shop icons commando skill c upgrade c.png Shop icons commando skill c upgrade a.png Shop icons commando skill c upgrade d.png Shop icons commando skill c upgrade f.png
UI Skillbutton Commando AttackShotgun.png Shop icons commando skill b upgrade a.png Shop icons commando skill b upgrade b.png Shop icons commando skill b upgrade f.png Shop icons commando skill b upgrade d.png Shop icons commando skill b upgrade e.png Shop icons commando skill b upgrade c.png
UI Skillbutton Commando Jump.png Upgrade Power pills turbo.png Upgrade Med-i'-can.png Upgrade Space air max.png Shop Icons Overall Shield.png Upgrade Piggy bank.png Shop Icons foxy utility dmg increase.png

BackStory[edit]

Ted McPain was one of the great heroes of the first AI Wars, a long time ago. He has led his squad of elite super soldiers, the Killer Koala’s, against many opponents and has been decorated as an outstanding soldier a hundred times over. His ultimate achievement, during the climax of the First AI Wars, was a solo operation onto the AI’s battle station Starstorm. This mission ended in Ted McPain single handedly unhinging all of the station’s crucial power couplings, effectively making sure the station wouldn’t be completed before the end of the war. Ted McPain eventually died when he sacrificed himself to save the Sunny-Daisy Alien Orphanage from a band of bloodthirsty dinosaur zombies in 3021. Ted’s heroic deeds would never be forgotten.

He lived on as he became the star of various video games: Ted McPain I through XVII, Ted McPain: Zombie Blast, Ted McPain vs. evil Ted McPain and Ted McPain Unicorn Dance Karting.

When Voltar The Omniscient learned of the violent dimwitted video game star, he brewed up a plan that would backfire horribly. He created the Materializotron XT8000 with which he wanted to bring back the war hero of old to be his personal assistant. Extracting Ted McPain’s digital essence from his video games, Voltar managed to materialize a life-size flesh and blood version. The Ted McPain that appeared though was missing his pants for unknown reasons. Voltar waved the issue aside saying “Stop asking stupid questions! He looks fine to me.”

Quotes[edit]

Theme song lyrics[edit]

Chorus (x2):

(Ted Mc Pain)

True heroes never fade away.

(Goes insane)

Got no pants on, still he looks okay.

End Chorus


Standing on the corner,

he's ready to be bold

Finger on the trigger,

his legs are kinda cold.


He's feeling like reborn,

like everything is new.

Now things are coming back,

a kind of deja vu, cause he is...


Chorus (X2)


There's no need to alter,

he's ready for the ride.

Thanks to his friend Voltar,

restored in all his pride.


And now again so strong,

just how he used to be.

His stars and striped thong,

do make him feel so free...

...'Cause he is:


Chorus (x2)


Voice actor: Brandon Delagraentiss


Taunts[edit]

"Say, what? Again?" - A reference to Pulp Fiction.[1]


"I had the perfect line for this moment... But I forgot it."


"Get your tickets to the gun show."


"This is war, son! Get a real gun!" - A reference to Team Fortress 2[2] character, the Soldier.[3]


Help[edit]

"Bullets! My only weakness..." - A possible reference to Robot Chicken.[4]


"Help? McPain don't need help! Uh... please?"


"Don't make me ragequit!"


Attack[edit]

"Bring the pain!"


"Rock on!"


"If we just rush in, we'll be fine!"


"We have them surrounded, at least from this side." - A reference to Team Fortress 2 character, the Soldier.


Defend[edit]

"Man up!"


"We need to fall back!"


"Back it up! Beep, beep!"


Purchase[edit]

"Ted McPain is making it rain!"


"New content available? Yes!"


"Now, if only I could get some pants..."


"Free bullets? Why not?"


"Pants or guns? ...Guns!"


Teleporting[edit]

"Back to the checkpoint!"


"Too much fun! Undies need changing."


"Where's my pants?"

Chosen[edit]

"Kaboom, baby!" - A reference to the Marauder, a unit from StarCraft II[5].


"No pain, no gain."


"I'm Ted McPain: One Man Army."


"Where's my pants?"


Drop Pod In[edit]

"Explosions. My favorite kind of entrance."


"Bringing out the big guns."


"Let's have a blast." - A reference to the Marauder, a unit from Starcraft II.


"What I think about the war? I think we should win!"


"Battle plan? I'll just stick to guns."


"BAM!"


Drop Pod In (Starstorm)[edit]

"Starstorm station... Feels like coming home!"


Killing Blow[edit]

"That's what I'm talking about."


"Looks like I caught you with my pants down!"


"P-p-p-p-p-p-power!" - Possible reference to Terry Crews[6].


Killing Spree[edit]

"You can hurt some people some of the time, but you can't hurt the king of pain!"


"We got ourselves a stew going!" - A reference to actor Carl Weathers[7] on the comedy series Arrested Development[8].


"Smells like victory!"


"Ted McDonald had a gun. Boom-boom-boom-boom boom!" - A reference to the Old Macdonald Had a Farm[9] song.


"All aboard the McPain train! Choo-choo!" - A possible reference to Cole Train, from the Gears of Wars series

Being Hit[edit]

"Ow!"


"Argh!"


"Ahhh!"


"Ahhh!"


"Arghhh!"


"Ouch!"


"Ugh!"


"Ughhh!"


*High-pitched scream*


On Death[edit]

"Caught... with my pants down..."


"I'll be back." - A reference to Terminator[10].


"I shall respawn!"


"Ted McSlain."


"Oh no! My K/D!" - K/D (also known as KDR) means kill-to-death ratio, a statistic that certain games (primarily first- and third-person shooters) keep track of.


Using Airstrike[edit]

"Special delivery!"


"Nothing better than the smell of ozone in the morning!" - A reference to the popular "Smell of napalm in the morning" quote from the Apocalypse Now[11] movie.


Using Stimpack[edit]

*roar*


*roar* "Let's go!"


Switching to Machine Gun[edit]

"Heavy machine gun!" - Possible reference to Metal Slug[12].


"Full auto!"


Using Machine Gun[edit]

"This is the dangerous end!"


"Ahhh, don't run!"


"Get some!"


"Rat-a-tat-tat, the sound of my gat!


"Pow!"


Switching to Shotgun[edit]

"Shotgun!" - Possible reference to Metal Slug.


Using Shotgun[edit]

"Boom, baby!"


"Kapow!"


"Kaboom!"


"Reloading!"


Killing Ted McPain[edit]

"There's only one real Ted McPain!"


Killing Sentry X-58[edit]

*gasp* "Ha! Take that, you tin can!"


"You infiltrate, I disintegrate!"


Killing Skree[edit]

"Where are your spirits now, Skree?"


"It's time to meet your new idol, Skree!"


"Skree got in for a long day. A loong day." - Possible reference to Terry Tate: Office Linebacker[13] commercial.


Promotional[edit]

"The Starstorm is upon us!"


"The Starstorm is here!"


"New music!"


"New music!"


"Early access available now!"

Party Boy McPain Quotes[edit]

Note: Party boy McPain shares some lines with the default skin.


Taunts[edit]

"What? I can't hear you over the sound of how awesome I am!"


"Look at your score. Now look at mine. Back to your score. Now back to mine..." - Reference to the Old Spice[14] commercials starring Isaiah Mustafa[15].


"Enough about you! Let's talk about me!" - A reference to Johnny Bravo[16].


"Got any tape? 'cause I'm ripped!"


"You are getting front row tickets to the McPain show!"


Help[edit]

"Help me out!"


"It's getting a little bit too hot!"


"This is getting outta hand!"


Attack[edit]

"Attack! How can you say no to these muscles?"


"Let's give'em a show!"


"Let's get to work!"


Defend[edit]

"Defend!"


"This party's too hot!"


Purchase[edit]

"Mmm! Looking good!"


"Nobody wears it like Ted McPain!"


"This will match my hat!"


"Is this big enough?"


"This is just my size!"


"I look better than you!" *Laughs*


Teleporting[edit]

"Now don't you go anywhere! Imma be right back!"


"Heading back to party central!"


"Don't forget to tip your waitress!"


Chosen[edit]

"Let's get the McPain show on the road!"


"No pain, no muscle gain!"


"Oh yeah! Look at these muscles!"


"I am a thing of beauty!"


Drop Pod In[edit]

"Explosions. My favorite kind of entrance."


(Singing) "If loving me is wrong, you don't wanna be right!"


"Ted's here for your entertainment!"


"No pain, no muscle gain!"


"Oh yeah! Look at these muscles!"


"Hellooo, ladies!"


"Space: It's really, really, reallyyyyy big..."


"Your eyes' up here, thank you very much!"


Drop Pod In on Starstorm[edit]

"Starstorm station... Feels like coming home!"


Killing Blow[edit]

"Whoa, mama!" - A reference to Johnny Bravo.


"The show must go on!"


"Hoo! Ha! Hoo!" - A reference to Johnny Bravo.


"Oh! Ow! Ugh!" - A reference to Johnny Bravo.


"Ciao, baby!"


"Beautiful!"


Killing Spree[edit]

"I'll never stop being fabulous!"


"Party harder!"


"You know it, baby!"


"And the crowd goes wild!"


Being Hit[edit]

"Ah!"


"Ahhh!"


"Ahhh!"


"Arghhh!"


*High-pitched scream*


"Ouch!"


"Ouch!"


"Ugh!"


"Ohhh!"


On Death[edit]

"You'll... hear from... my... agent..."


"Not the face!"


Using Airstrike[edit]

"Step into the spotlight!"


"Look into the pretty light!"


Using Stimpack[edit]

*Roar* "Showtime!"


*Roar* "Showtime!"


Switching to Machine Gun[edit]

"Full auto!"


"Heavy machine gun!" - Possible reference to Metal Slug.


Using Machine Gun[edit]

"Aaah, don't run!"


"Get some!"


"Rat-a-tat-tat, the sound of my gat!"


"This is the dangerous end!"


"Pow!"


Switching to Shotgun[edit]

"Shotgun!" - Possible reference to Metal Slug.


Using Shotgun[edit]

"Boom, baby!"


"Kapow!"


"Kaboom!"


"Reloading!"


Killing Ted McPain[edit]

"There's only one real Ted McPain!"


Killing Sentry X-58[edit]

*gasp* "Ha! Take that, you tin can!"


"You infiltrate, I disintegrate!"


Killing Skree[edit]

"It's time to meet your new idol, Skree!"


"Skree got in for a long day. A loong day." - Possible reference to Terry Tate: Office Linebacker commercial.


"Where are your spirits now, Skree?"

Titanium Ted[edit]

Note: Titanium Ted shares some lines with the default skin.


Taunts[edit]

"One, two, three, four, I love the Marine Corp!"


"Come get some!"


"Talk to the gun!"


"That don't faze me!" - Possibly a reference to the Terry Tate: Office Linebacker[17] Reebok commercials.


"You can't fix stupid!"


"You talk the talk, do you walk the walk?" - A reference to Full Metal Jacket[18].


"Shoot them until they have bullet holes in their bullet holes!"


"Here to condense the nonsense!" - Possibly a reference to the Terry Tate: Office Linebacker Reebok commercials.

Help[edit]

"I'm getting torned up here!"


"I want those reinforcements, I want them NOW!" - A reference to the teaser trailer of the never released StarCraft: Ghost[19].


"That somehow hurt me!"


"Requesting evac!"


"They're all over us!"


Attack[edit]

"Try to keep up!"


"Go! Go! GO!" - A reference to the Marine from Starcraft[20].


"Rock n' roll!" - A reference to the Marine from StarCraft.


"We got movement! Proceed to eliminate!"


Defend[edit]

"Hostiles inbound!"


"They've breached the perimeter!"


"Fall back! FALL BACK!" - A reference to the teaser trailer of the never released StarCraft: Ghost.


"Let's book!"


"Xenos incoming!"


Purchase[edit]

"I don't know what this is, but I gotta have it!"


"More bang for the buck!"


"Gotta pay to win!"


"Ohhh, I can't wait to try this one out!"


"That's a thing of beauty!"


Teleporting[edit]

"I must go. My guns need me."


"Teleportation complete!"


"Back to the rendezvous point!"


Chosen[edit]

"All suited up and ready to go!"


"Locked and loaded!" - A reference to the Marine from StarCraft.


"Groovy!" - A reference to Army of Darkness.[21]


"Time to kick some serious butt!" - A reference to Jim Raynor[22], a character in StarCraft.


Drop Pod In[edit]

"All suited up and ready to go!"


"Hoo-hah!"


"Make room for the big dog!"


"Last one alive, lock the door!" - A reference to Team Fortress 2 character, the Soldier.


"Locked and loaded!"


"Rock on!"


"Stand Back!"


Drop Pod In on Starstorm[edit]

"Starstorm station... Feels like coming home!"


Killing Blow[edit]

"Hell, my grandma could've handled this mission!" - A reference to the teaser trailer of the never released StarCraft: Ghost.


"360 noscope!" - A "360 No-Scope" is a trickshot in FPS games such as "Call of Duty" and "Halo" where players spin around in a full 360 degree angle (otherwise known as a full circle) and immediately shoot, usually resulting in a kill.


"And stay down!"


"This is my boomstick!" - A reference to Army of Darkness.[23]


"Groovy!"


"Outstanding!" - A reference to the Marine from StarCraft.

Killing Spree[edit]

"Squash'em like bugs!"


"With great vengeance and furious anger!" - A reference to a biblical[24] passage well known for being used in the movie Pulp Fiction.


"All day, every day! Believe that!"


Being Hit[edit]

"Ohhh!"


"Ahhh!"


"Ahhh!"


"Arghhh!"


*High-pitched scream*


"Ugh!"


"Ouch!"


"Ah!"


"Ah!"


On Death[edit]

"Game over man! Game over..." - A reference to Aliens[25].


"Go on without me!"


"Man down!"


"Pain... is weakness leaving the body!" - A reference to Team Fortress 2 character, the Soldier.


Using Airstrike[edit]

"Wrath of God incoming!"


Using Stimpack[edit]

*Roar* "Let's go!"


Switching to Machine Gun[edit]

"Heavy machine gun!" - Possible reference to Metal Slug.


"Spray and pray!"


Using Machine Gun[edit]

"This is the dangerous end!"


"Aaah, don't run!"


"Get some!"


"Rat-a-tat-tat, the sound of my gat!


"Pow!"


Switching to Shotgun[edit]

"Shotgun! Old school!"


Using Shotgun[edit]

"Boom, baby!"


"Kapow!"


"Kaboom!"


"Reloading!"


Killing Ted McPain[edit]

"There's only one real Ted McPain!"


Killing Sentry X-58[edit]

*gasp* "Ha! Take that, you tin can!"


"You infiltrate, I disintegrate!"


Killing Skree[edit]

"Where are your spirits now, Skree?"


"It's time to meet your new idol, Skree!"


"Skree got in for a long day. A looong day." - Possible reference to Terry Tate: Office Linebacker commercial.

Nauts In-Game Look[edit]

Default skin.
Titanium Ted.
Party Boy McPain. Donated by Gatronix.
Default skin.(donated by Catti and Bowserslave)
Titanium Ted.(donated by Catti and Bowserslave)
Party Boy McPain.(donated by Catti and Bowserslave)

Skin Information[edit]

Party Boy McPain[edit]

CharacterRender Ted Party Boy.png
It's time to get wild, baby! Celebrating a Bachelorette, Bar Mitzvah, Birthday, Graduation, or want to spice up your family Christmas dinner? No matter the occasion, you can hire Party Boy McPain for your next event. Anytime... Anywhere... Saddle up!


This DLC contains a custom skin for Ted McPain in Awesomenauts: Starstorm, and comes with a fully customized voice set! - Official Steam Store Description.


This skin gives Ted a cowboy-themed stripper costume. It has a pink cowboy hat and pink kneepads, leggings, a thong, jacket, star-shaped stickers covering his nipples, sleeve cuffs, heart-shaped sunglasses, and a bowtie collar.

Ted's jumppack is removed and his guns have golden stars attached to them, while Airstrike has a star-shaped beacon. Ted also leaves behind a trail of banknotes as he moves, similarly to Vinnie & Spike.

Being a premium skin, Party Boy McPain comes with many unique lines as well.

Titanium Ted[edit]

CharacterRender Ted Titanium Ted.png
When things get too hot, Ted rocks his Titanium Marine outfit. This armor has withstood gunfire, acid, solar flares, psionic radiation, power swords, plasma cannons, Zurian butterknives and rabid blowfish during the many battles Ted has fought. The armor comes with air-conditioning, aim assist, onboard battlefield diagnostics, cable television and a built in candy cotton machine. It's time to get TITANIUM.


This DLC contains a custom skin for Ted McPain in Awesomenauts: Starstorm, and comes with a fully customized voice set! - Official Steam Store Description.


This skin gives Ted an armor that covers his entire body. It hides exposed skin by adding leggings, armor on the forearms and a crested helmet with an orange visor. The armor is darker in color in comparison to that of the default skin and features details such as spiked shoulderpads and elbow pads.

It also removes Ted's jumppack, gives Airstrike a skull-shaped beacon at the targeted area and alters the visuals of his guns, with the shotgun looking more advanced and the machine gun featuring a bayonet.

Finally, being a premium skin, Titanium Ted comes with many unique lines. These also have a radio filter effect, sounding slightly different in comparison to Ted's normal voice.

Awesomenaut Showcase[edit]

Showcase starts at 0:30 of the video, ends at 0:52.

Trivia[edit]

  • Ted McPain is the first Starstorm exclusive Awesoemenaut to be released.
  • Ted McPain was the first character to be released with two premium skins. He's also the only character to not have a non-premium skin.
  • With over 230 total voice files (both premium skins included), Ted McPain has the largest amount of lines in the game.
  • The Killer Koala logo can be seen on Ted McPain's machine gun. He is likely a member of the Killer Koalas along with Bionic Raelynn and Digital G.
  • In the Awesomenauts timeline according to his lore, Ted McPain died 566 years ago before being brought back to life by Voltar.
  • Titanium Ted has a "16" decal on his splash art. It's probably referecing the fact that he was the 16th 'naut to be released in the game.
  • Ted Mcpain's design closely resembles and is likely a parody of a Space Marine from Warhammer 40k or Starcraft.
  • Titanium Ted had three different splash art and in-game looks. The first one was a space marine very similar to the StarCraft II version of Jim Raynor and was altered by Ronimo Games to avoid copyright issues with Blizzard Entertainment[26]. A temporary replacement skin was made and removed all the references the previous one had. It stayed around for a short while until Ronimo replaced it with the more detailed, current version. All three versions can be seen below. Ronimo Games[27] offered full refunds to anyone who had purchased the skin prior to its changes.
  • Ted McPain is the first character to have an extended version of his character theme.
Original version
Current version
Temporary replacement

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulp_Fiction
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Team_Fortress_2
  3. http://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Soldier
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robot_Chicken
  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StarCraft_II:_Wings_of_Liberty
  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Crews
  7. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Weathers
  8. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrested_Development_%28TV_series%29
  9. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_MacDonald_Had_a_Farm
  10. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminator_(franchise)
  11. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocalypse_Now
  12. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metal_Slug
  13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Tate:_Office_Linebacker
  14. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Spice
  15. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaiah_Mustafa
  16. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Bravo
  17. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Tate:_Office_Linebacker
  18. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_Metal_Jacket
  19. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StarCraft:_Ghost
  20. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StarCraft
  21. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_of_Darkness
  22. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Raynor
  23. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_of_Darkness
  24. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bible
  25. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliens_%28film%29
  26. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blizzard_Entertainment
  27. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronimo_Games


Playing As:[edit]

  • Switching to Machine Gun grants Ted a movement speed boost.
  • Keep an eye on your Shotgun ammo count (picture below) and plan ahead.
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  • Holding down the Airstrike button will allow you to aim it more precisely with the aid of a laser sight.
  • Firing Airstrike's tracer directly inside a hide area will grant vision inside of it.
  • More so than any other 'naut, Ted must land his shotgun bullets to make the most use of their limited ammo. Being patient and waiting for the perfect moment to shoot one or more targets can make the difference in a teamfight.
  • Because Airstrike hits all targets above the impact point by default, it's a good idea to spend more time at the bottom parts of the map. With good minimap awareness, it is possible to kill unsuspecting enemies and recover health from creeps that would otherwise be too far away. With Adlez Princess Phonenumber, you can do this from the top lane as well.
  • The Healthpack from Hamburger Phone heals all allies around them when they are picked up. Use this to your advantage.
  • Stimpack's animation prevents Ted from moving and attacking, but he can still switch to Machine Gun.
  • Stimpack affects both of Ted's weapons. Simply switch to the Machine Gun after using Stimpack for increased, constant DPS.
  • Quickly and frequently switching weapons enables Ted to use the sniper bullets from Tedris Ville very often.
  • The grenades from Ted McPain Unicorn Dance Karting have a brief arming time: using them at melee range will cause them to fly through the target, dealing no damage.
  • Keep in mind that despite Tedris Ville's very long range and high damage, it cannot damage turrets.
  • Use Ted's large hitbox and Shotgun's innate Knockback to keep your enemies within the Airstrike's tracer until it hits.
  • Can O'Juice! can turn the Machine Gun into a more effective poking tool.
  • When being chased, firing an Airstrike directly downwards may discourage your pursuers or even hit them if they are not careful, possibly allowing you to turn the fight around.
  • Combining Angel Wing Toilet Paper with Ammo Weekly can make you a very dangerous brawler.

Playing With:[edit]

  • Usually, it's a good idea to leave Ted to take care of the bottom lane while you keep the enemy busy in the top lane. That way he may hit your enemies with his Airstrike.
  • Coordenate with Ted and use your Crowd Control effects as he activates Stimpack to more easily kill your enemies.
  • Ted has average health, a large hitbox and has to get pretty close to his enemies to deal most of his damage. Protect him the best way you can.

Playing Against:[edit]

  • Try to keep your distance from Ted, specially during the early game. He's deadly at close range, but isn't very fast.
  • Take advantage of Airstrike's slow, predictable animation and sound effect to get out of the way before it can hit you.
  • Ted's Stimpack's has a very clear animation which briefly prevents him from moving. Use this opportunity to move away from him, as he's very powerful under the effects of that skill.
  • Use blinding effects to make Ted miss his shotgun rounds and waste ammo. He'll either be forced to rely on the machine gun, retreat or pop up Stimpack to reload (if using Angel Wing Toilet Paper).
  • Silence not only prevents Ted from using Airstrike and Stimpack, but it also prevents him from switching weapons as well.