User online: 74

Class Medic


Class Medic

Class Icon:

Medic Class Icon

Name: 'Doctor', 'Doc', 'The Übermensch'
Home: Germany
Height: 1,86 m
Weight: 68 kg
Job: Doctor-Assisted Homicide
Motto: 'Sturm und Drang!'
Favourite Food: Fava Beans / Chianti

Medic Speed

107 %

Medic Health

150 HP

Medic Max. health with Medic

225 HP
Team Fortress 2 Medic Achievements

The Medic was one of the most popular flag runner classes in the good old Team Fortress Classic. Thanks to the new source engine, Robin Walker, boss of TFC and the father of TFC could finally improve the Medic’s performance to what he had in mind for a long time. The offense and defense characteristics of the Medic have been adapted by a great deal. As traditionally the case, the Medic can slowly regenerate his own HP and has a high movement speed, but relatively low HP. Due to the reason that Medics only seldom score direct kills because of their relatively weak weaponry, it is a class that is not highly preferred amongst many players although its services are gladly accepted. On the other hand, the Medic is the perfect teamplayer class and an extremely important member of every effective TF2 party. Although it is a relative easy-to-play class that is well-suited for beginners, the Medic is hard to master.






Medic Details

  • Meet the Medic
    Heals teammates with the Medigun / Kirtzkrieg
  • Can boost teammates' HP with the Medigun / Kirtzkrieg
  • Regenerates up to 6 HP per second
  • Can temporarily make himself and his Medigun target invulnerable by activating the Übercharge
  • Can temporarily give his Kritzkrieg target Critical Hits by activating the Charge

  • Items Toggle View

    • Festive Crusader's Crossbow

    • Overdose

      • -10% damage done

      The Overdose is a primary weapon for the Medic. It is a prototype Syringe Gun, with a white and team-colored needle disposal container in place of a needle cache.

      This weapon deals 10% less damage than that of the stock Syringe Gun. However, as the Medic builds up his ÜberCharge, his movement speed while holding the Overdose will increase proportionally, reaching a maximum of 10%.

      The Overdose was previously tested in the Team Fortress 2 Beta as the Beta Syringe Gun.

    • Crusader's Crossbow

      • Fires special bolts that heal teammates and deal damage based on distance traveled
      • No headshots
      • -75% max primary ammo on wearer

      The Crusader's Crossbow is a community-made primary weapon for the Medic. The Crusader's Crossbow appears as a wooden crossbow, with a metal barrel attached to a canister which houses an arrow until it is fired. The cross emblem worn on the Medic's backpack and scoreboard icon is present on both the canister, and the frame of the Crusader's Crossbow.

      The Crusader's Crossbow fires an arrow that travels in a slight arc with a team-colored streak trailing behind it, not unlike the Huntsman. Though the Crusader's Crossbow does not require the user charge their shot before firing, the time spent reloading an active arrow is significantly increased compared to the Huntsman. Arrows fired from the Crusader's Crossbow will damage enemies and heal teammates, allowing a sharpshooting player to deal damage from a great distance. Any player hit with an arrow fired from the Crusader's Crossbow will appear to have an arrow sticking out of their body, a mere cosmetic effect.

      Arrows function on a reversed damage falloff scale; the further an arrow travels, a greater amount of damage or health it will heal. The amount of health replenished is not affected by whether the teammate has been recently damaged. Healing teammates with an arrow fired from the Crusader's Crossbow does not contribute to the Medic's ÜberCharge meter.

      A Pyro can reflect an arrow fired from the Crusader's Crossbow back at the Medic, or into their own teammates to give them a health boost. Disguised enemy Spies will be damaged by reflected arrows, rather than healed.

    • Blutsauger

      • Damage point blank: 10 - 15
      • Damage medium range: 5 - 10
      • Damage long range: 5 - 6
      • Mini-crit-Damage: 14
      • Critical damage: 30
      • Shots: 40
      • Munition: 150 + 40 in the weapon
      • +3 HP per Hit

      The Blutsauger is one of the three new weapons added with the Gold Rush Update. The weapon becomes available after unlocking 10 Medic Achievements, thus reaching the "Medic Milestone 1".
      The weapon deals the same amount of damage as the Syringe Gun. In addition to that, all damage caused by that weapon will be added to the player's health. For instance: When hurting an enemy constantly without missing at all, it will heal 30 health points per second (3 points for each hit). With another TF2 Update the Blutsauger reduces the regenaration of health points from the maximum of 6 to 4 healt point per second.

    • Syringe Gun

      • Damage point blank: 10 - 15
      • Damage medium range: 5 - 10
      • Damage long range: 5 - 6
      • Mini-crit-Damage: 14
      • Critical damage: 30
      • Shots: 40
      • Munition: 150 + 40 in the weapon

      The only fire weapon the Medic can resort to if he needs to is the Syringe Gun. The gun shoots out about 10 syringes per second that individually don’t do a lot of damage but since the fire rate is quite high represent considerable danger especially to low-health classes. The syringes are subject to ballistics which makes them fall towards the ground with increasing flying distance. So, the further away a target is the higher up the Medic needs to aim in order to score hits. Oops, that was not medicine.

  • Items Toggle View

    • Vaccinator

      • Special-Attack: Cycle through resist types.While healing, provides you and your target with a constant 10% resistance to the selected damage type.
      • +150% ÜberCharge rate
      • -66% Overheal build rate.

      ÜberCharge provides 75% resistance to a selected damage type. You are healed for 25% of the matched incoming damage on your heal target.

    • Gold Botkiller Medi Gun Mk.II

    • Silver Botkiller Medi Gun Mk.II

    • Diamond Botkiller Medi Gun

    • Carbonado Botkiller Medi Gun

    • Blood Botkiller Medi Gun

    • Rust Botkiller Medi Gun

    • Gold Botkiller Medi Gun

    • Silver Botkiller Medi Gun

    • Festive Medi Gun

      Festive weapons are default weapons that are wrapped with Christmas lights.

      The color of the lights differ between RED and BLU teams, RED team has red, yellow and green lights whereas BLU has blue, yellow and green lights. These weapons can be obtained by unlocking a Naughty Christmas Crate.

      The weapons were added in the Australian Christmas 2011 update.

    • Quick-Fix

      • ÜberCharge increases healing by 300% and grants immunity to movement-impairing effects
      • Move at the speed of any faster heal target.
      • +40% heal rate
      • +25% ÜberCharge rate
      • Medic mirrors blast jump of their heal target

      The Quick-Fix is a secondary weapon for the Medic. It is a prototype Medi Gun with a set of three gauges and a graduated cylinder for a body. The main gun is coupled with a medicinal reactor backpack with glowing portions that replaces Medic's default backpack.

      This Medi Gun has a 40% faster heal and 25% faster ÜberCharge build rate compared to the default Medi Gun, but lacks the ability to overheal patients. Additionally, should the player train the weapon on a faster ally, they will be able to move at the same speed as their healing target. When the ÜberCharge is deployed, the patient and the Medic will be healed at triple the healing rate, and become immune to movement effects such as knockback, stun, and slowdown, but will not be granted invulnerability or immunity to compression blasts. Additionally, if the Medic deploys the ÜberCharge but does not target an ally, he is healed at the normal rate.

      Healing a class with an item set speed bonus, such as the 10% bonus granted to the Pyro from the Gas Jockey's Gear does not apply the speed bonus to the Medic. This means that the Scout is the only class that will provide a speed bonus to a Medic using the Quick-Fix.

      The Quick-Fix was previously tested in Team Fortress 2 Beta. The Beta Quick-Fix, a separate variant of the weapon, is still available for use in the beta.

    • Kritzkrieg

      • 0 - 10 seconds: 24 HP / second
      • 11 - 14 seconds: 48 HP / second
      • 15 seconds: 72 HP / second

      The Kritzkrieg is one of the three new weapons added with the Gold Rush Update. The weapon becomes available after unlocking 16 Medic Achievements, thus reaching the "Medic Milestone 2".

      Like the Medigun, the Kritzkrieg heals its target and extends the target's health up to 50% from its default maximum amount of health points. The big difference is that an UberCharge won't make the Medic and its target invincible, but instead allows its target to have critical hits with any weapon for 10 seconds.

      Healing Basics:

      The healing rate depends on how long a wounded player hasn't been attacked by the enemy. The longer a player can avoid further damage, the faster he/she will be healed. There are 3 healing rates in total

    • Medigun

      • 0 - 10 Sekunden: 24 HP / Sekunde
      • 11 - 14 seconds: 48 HP / second
      • 15 seconds: 72 HP / second

      The Medigun is not an attack weapon but a true supporting means with which the Medic can heal wounded teammates and buff up their health up to 150% of their maximum value. This allows him for example to boost the health of a Heavy from the normal 300 HP to a whopping 450 HP to render him a true battle tank. By using the Medigun, the Medic can charge it until he is given to possibility to initiate an Übercharge that makes him and selected teammates invulnerable for a defined period of time. If the Medic heals wounded teammates or if he uses it during the setup-phase on CP maps the charging process takes place at an increased rate.

      Healing Basics:
      The healing rate depends on how long a wounded player hasn't been attacked by the enemy. The longer a player can avoid further damage, the faster he/she will be healed. There are 3 healing rates in total.

  • Items Toggle View

    • Necro Smasher

    • Memory Maker

      The memories you made as a Saxxy finalist will live on forever in film. Other memories-like that time you fractured some jerk Engineer's skull with an 8mm camera-will live on forever in your heart.

    • Bat Outta Hell

    • Conscientious Objector

      • This item functions identically to the wielder's default melee weapon.

      The Conscientious Objector is a weapon equippable by all classes with the exception of the Engineer and the Spy. It is an uprooted road sign, with a worn sheet of paper bearing the Team Fortress 2 logo nailed onto the front; the image can be replaced with another by using the Decal Tool. The sign itself is ridden with nails, battered, bloodstained, and slightly crooked.

      This item functions identically to the wielder's default melee weapon.

    • Frying Pan

      • Damage: 59 - 72
      • Minicrit-Damage: 88
      • Crit-Damage: 195

      People who own L4D2 or bought it (until Thursday, 07/10/2010) can look forward to this new melee weapon. It has no special extras, only a nice hitsound when beating your enemies.

    • Festive Ubersaw

      • On Hit: 25% ÜberCharge added
      • -20% slower firing speed
    • Solemn Vow

      • Allows you to see enemy health.

      The Solemn Vow is a melee weapon for the Medic. It is a marble bust of Hippocrates, inset with a plaque reading "Do no harm," the guiding principle of the Hippocratic Oath.

      Wielding this weapon allows the player to view enemy health and names, providing strategic information that could aid the team.

      The item was previously tested in the Team Fortress 2 Beta as the Beta Bonesaw.

    • Amputator

      • On Taunt: Applies a healing effect to all nearby teammates
      • +3 health regenerated per second on wearer
      • -20% damage penalty

      The Amputator is a melee weapon for the Medic and was released as part of the The Medieval Medic set. It is a saw with angular edges and a distinct team-colored handle with the Medic's logo in the middle.

      Despite being almost identical to the Bonesaw, when the player taunts with this weapon a Medicating Melody is produced and all nearby teammates are healed. This process allows multiple healings to occur at once.

      Should teammates within the taunt's area successfully kill an enemy, the Medic will be credited with an assist kill.

    • Übersaw

      • Damage: 59 - 72
      • Minicrit-Damage: 88
      • Crit-Damage: 195

      The Ubersaw is one of the three new weapons added with the Gold Rush Update. The weapon becomes available after unlocking 22 Medic Achievements, thus reaching the "Medic Milestone 3".
      The weapon deals the same amount of damage as the Bonesaw does. In addition to that, it charges the Medigun or the Kritzkrieg when successfully hurting a target. After 4 successful hits, the UberCharge or CritsCharge is ready for use.

    • Bonesaw

      • Damage: 59 - 72
      • Minicrit-Damage: 88
      • Crit-Damage: 195

      Every good doctor has one. The Bonesaw is the Medic’s tool to give his opponents a generous helping of detrimental melee damage. However, due to his relatively low health the Medic should only engage in immediate combat if absolutely necessary or when there is the opportunity for a clean kill without risk.

    • Vita-Saw

      • Damage: 59 - 72
      • Minicrit-Damage: 80
      • Crit-Damage: 195
      • On death up to 20% of your stored ÜberCharge is retained
      • -10 max health on wearer

      The Vita-Saw was added in the Mann-Conomy update. It's the second melee weapon for the Medic.

  • Items Toggle View

    • Wilson Weave

      Hear ye, hear ye! Re-enact famous moments in barber history with this tricorn hat of hair!

    • Mann of Reason

    • Nunhood

    • Alternative Medicine Mann

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Trepanabotomizer

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Teutonkahmun

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Shaman's Skull

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Medimedes

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Das Blutliebhaber

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Slick Cut

    • Das Hazmattenhatten

      "Breathing is agreeable to me, but sometimes there is air-stench. Now I laugh in the face of air. Thank you, this hat." (Description translated from German.)

    • Das Ubersternmann

      "You are not important but I am. My hat is a secret hat." (Description translated from German.)

    • Das Naggenvatcher

      "In the center of your head lives a skeleton. It is not enough! This hat is a head-skeleton for the outside." (Description translated from German.)

    • Das Maddendoktor

      "My laughter is not borne from joy! I have birthed a devil! It is acceptable to me!" (Description translated from German.)

    • Das Gutenkutteharen

      "The hairs on your head-skin are physically attractive. Now we should have love relations." (Description translated from German.)

    • Baron von Havenaplane

      "Are you a plane-driver? I cannot tell because of your hat-disguise." (Description translated from German.)

    • Powdered Practitioner

      An integral part of any travel survival kit, this wig will help you escape Disney World if the Hall of Presidents ever comes to life. Comes with tri-corn hat in case Pirates of the Caribbean comes to life instead.

    • Hardy Laurel

      This bundle of spray painted sticks signified that you were a philosopher king in primitive cultures like Ancient Rome and present-day Canada.

    • Weather Master

      They called you INSANE when you claimed a helmet with foam clouds and lightning taped to it would give you weather powers! Now you'll show them! You'll show them ALL! Moo hoo ha ha ha! (This helmet does not give you weather powers.)

    • Titanium Tyrolean

      Meet the robot apocalypse in style with this puckish number, perfect for infiltrating the sentient mother computer located in the Swiss pavilion at Epcot Center.

    • Virus Doctor

      Whether you're a 17th century plague doctor, a professional wrestler, or a waiter at a plague-themed family restaurant, this hat lets you look the part while delivering last rites, a Tombstone Piledriver and/or plate after plate of bacon-wrapped jalapeño poppers.

    • Platinum Pickelhaube

      Invented by Nikolai Tesla in any one of his ten million appearances in crappy steampunk fiction, probably.

    • Halogen Head Lamp

      This medical marvel improves on the obsolete doctor's head mirror by replacing the mirror part with a 10,000 watt lamp part that can be seen from space. Peer inside your patients' disease-riddled ears, noses and throats from a safe distance.

    • Combat Medic's Crusher Cap

      You never fought in the Big One like your great grandfather. But there's one thing you've got that he'll never have: GUTS. No wait. That's what he had. You get this hat.

    • Gentleman's Ushanka

      Made from genuine German rabbit fur, this military-grade trappers' hat makes the perfect complement to the Officer's Ushanka. Let the officer in your life know you'll always be right behind them, with a Medigun at the ready and a matching wardrobe.

    • Einstein

      • This is a special Halloween Item
    • Surgeon's Stahlhelm

      The Surgeon's Stahlhelm is a community-created headwear item for the Medic. It is a white World War era German army helmet adorned with a team-colored cross on both sides, denoting that the wearer is medical personnel.

    • Planeswalker Helm

      The Planeswalker Helm is a headwear item for the Medic. It is a battered team-colored helmet, decorated with short spikes, a visor with small eye holes and two tusks that extend along the length of the wearer's jaw. It resembles the tusked helmet worn by Garruk Wildspeaker, a planeswalker character from the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering.

      The Planeswalker Helm was distributed to players who preordered Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 on Steam before June 15, 2011.

    • Doctor's Sack

      For when you've got that healin' fever.

    • Medic's Mountain Cap

      The men in his unit called him The Bavarian Butcher

    • Grimm Hatte

      Ye hae ne'er glympsed a hatte whych be
      as grimm as yonder hatte ye glympse upon.

    • Geisha Boy

      Frog leaps into pond
      Lotus blossoms fall to earth
      Medic has girl's hair

    • Berliner's Bucket Helm

    • German Gonzila

    • Gentleman's gatsby

    • Ze goggles

    • Otolaryngologist's mirror

    • Vintage Tyrolean

    • Prussian pickelhaube

  • Items Toggle View

    • Macho Mann

      Sometimes it really does take a village, people.

    • Mutton Mann

      Enjoy the absolute cutting edge of nineteenth century sideburn fashion with these lustrous, face-hugging muttons. There's no meat in these chops, ladies—but there's plenty of beefcake.

    • Unknown Mann

      Winter 2014 Limited Community Cosmetic

    • Surgeon's Shako

      Winter 2014 Limited Community Cosmetic

    • Herzensbrecher

    • Hundkopf

    • Kriegsmaschine-9000

    • Vampire Makeover

    • Vampiric Vesture

    • Templar's Spirit

    • Wings of Purity

    • Pocket Heavy

    • Chronoscarf

    • Medicine Manpurse

    • Ze Ãœbermensch

    • Gaiter Guards

    • Heer's Helmet

    • Smock Surgeon

    • Colonel's Coat

    • Heat of Winter

    • Mustachioed Mann

    • Teutonic Toque

    • Dough Puncher

    • Fashionable Megalomaniac

    • Ruffled Ruprecht

    • Angel of Death

    • Archimedes the Undying

    • Vicar's Vestments

    • Surgeon's Space Suit

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Second Opinion

    • Ramses' Regalia

    • Lo-Grav Loafers

      • Holiday Restriction: Halloween / Full Moon
    • Medical Mystery

    • A Brush with Death

    • Ward

    • Das Feelinbeterbager

      "Hello, men of war! You will be dead soon. Here are pills." (Description translated from German.)

    • Das Metalmeatencasen

      "There is strength in your steel breast-blouse. Your chest meat is at ease." (Description translated from German.)

    • Das Fantzipantzen

      Fancy men are beautiful but weak! You are a strong filthy idiot. Take what is rightfully yours!" (Description translated from German.)

    • Byte'd Beak

      This 17th century plague mask has been upgraded for modern day masquerade-style sex parties with a built-in camera, night vision (for dimly-lit sex parties!) and state-of-the-art sex detection radar.

    • Steam Pipe

      • Effect: %s1

      Just like steampunk ruined reading, the steampipe destroys the harmless pleasure of smoking by tarting it up with a lot of bolts and dials and Nikolai Teslas. Comes with period-appropriate Gary Oldman Dracula glasses!

    • Mecha-Medes

      Mecha-Medes first appeared in Archimedes' Flights of Fantasy #314 when Archimedes accidentally fell off a table into a parallel world, met his robot double, ate some seeds, squawked in terror at a half-buried Statue of Liberty, then flew into a patio door.

    • Practitioner's Processing Mask

      Fact: 70% of the air you breathe was recently in someone's butt. This handy contraption runs the farty air you live in through a gauntlet of soapy water and potpourri before entering your body.

    • Doc's Holiday

      Comes in "Flu" and "Fever" styles, depending on the epidemic you'd most like to embody while on vacation.

    • Der Wintermantel

      This fur-lined coat/sweater combo comes with Mann Co.'s guarantee that, as with all of our products, at least three endangered species went extinct during the making of this product. Note: fur is synthetic.

    • Voodoo-Cursed Medic Soul

    • Foppish Physician

      Whether you're trepanning a skull to let out the sickness ghosts or attaching enough leeches to a patient that they'll pass out from blood loss before you cut off any suspicious-looking limbs, this dapper ruffed shirt and coat will assure your patients that they came to the right place for their dangerously insane 18th century medicine.

    • Medi-Mask

      As a thought experiment, Medic has taken to wearing this mask, releasing innocuous gas into a room and screaming, "Dear god – the poison tanker has burst!" to see what people will do. So far, the tests have been inconclusive. Although, a couple people have died. So that's interesting.

    • Medic Mech-bag

      The best part of fighting a robot army is you get to salvage all of their destroyed body parts for fun new accessories. Take the Medic Mech-pack! What a fine looking number. It's a good thing robots don't have souls, or they'd be mighty angry that we're using their body parts as cosmetic items!

    • Archimedes

      Before Archimedes came into the Medic's care, he made his living through wedding dovery. A lucrative trade, but he always felt something was missing. He looks back on the day that the Medic stole that catering van during the prime minister's wedding as the best day of his life. He's been burrowing into the chests of unwitting patients ever since.

    • Surgeon's Side Satchel

      This compact medical equipment bag makes the perfect accessory for the doctor on the go. Treat patients out of doors, in the fresh unsterile air of the battlefield.

    • Quadwrangler

      This quantum-collared lab coat includes a handy rubber pipe that siphons blood from your heart, where it is not needed, to your shooting arm, where it is!

    • Nine-Pipe Problem

      • Effect: Genteel Pipe Smoke

      The Nine-Pipe Problem is a community-created miscellaneous item for the Medic. It is an old-fashioned smoking pipe, that sways, complete with a "Genteel Pipe Smoke" particle effect, and dark glasses that replaces the Medic's usual clear glasses.

      The Nine-Pipe Problem was contributed to the game via the Steam Workshop, under the name "The Baskerville Case".

    • Emerald Jarate

      • This is a special Halloween Item
    • Dr. Gogglestache

      • This is a special Halloween Item
    • Surgeon's Stethoscope

      The Surgeon's Stethoscope is a miscellaneous item for the Medic. It is a team-colored stethoscope worn around the neck.

    • Couvre Corner

      The Couvre Corner is a miscellaneous item for the Medic. It adds a team-colored handkerchief tucked inside Medic's pocket.

    • Blighted Beak

    • Physician's procedure mask

    • Dr. Whoa

  • Items Toggle View

    • Taunt: The Meet the Medic

      Remind those ungrateful bastards how valuable your Medic skills are by striking a heroic pose accompanied by an angelic choir, beams of divine light, and a flock of doves.

    • Noise Maker - Koto

      The Noise Maker is an action item that was introduced during the Scream Fortress Update. When equipped in an action slot and used, a noise is played to all the other players on a server. Most Noise Makers have multiple unique sounds that can randomly play when used. Noise Maker - Stabby is currently the only exception to this rule, as it only has one possible sound.

TFPortal German