Just so you know, this picture made me giggle like the deranged schoolgirl that I am. Or it could be that it is nearly 5 AM. Or both. Either way, this is super cute. He looks so mega bored, and I love the pose. =3
Oh my gosh no! I still want him here, evil or not, 'cause he's hot...lolz... and my favorite class. Judging from the look on his face on the last page of Loose Cannon, yeah, he might be evil, which is cool in a way.
This picture... I might have to set it for my desktop background. It is glorious.
And like most people I've got my own version of what mighta happened with him-- namely, that he got in as kind of a 'screw you' to the Administrator and Blutarch (who I might add has his grandfather dug up without his permission to get to certain blueprints) and for headcanony reasons that I won't bother getting into right now. And then he realized that this wasn't just an attack on Mann Co. but on his fellow team mates, and then it was a little late to duck out...
There are a lot of little pointers. For instance, BLU Engineer has been known to show up in MVM matches as an opponent. In the Engineer update video, it was confirmed that BLU Engie was responsible for building the robots.
Go to the TF2 homepage. Scout, Spy, and Heavy are all looking at one person. These are the only three that know Engineer is involved with the robots. (This was revealed when a secret room was found on two different maps, both of which held confidential information about the MVM update.) Personally, I believe Valve is aware they are leading us on, but whether they do anything about it is up for debate. They have been known to leave loose ends behind. It could amount to nothing for all I know. I'm overthinking it!
I doubt Engie would've been fraternizing with Grey... It's still a rather good theory, though. His intellect and knowledge and maybe even the abuse he got on the battle fields could've lead him to betray MANN Co... I dunno, really - Engie just seems to loyal and just to go and to that sort of thing. :/
There are sentry busters though... You know, the big walking bomb with legs? Also, it could be possible that Gray built the robots. He learn how to talk while he was still inside his mother's belly! He's smart enough.
Gray-RoseFeatured By OwnerNov 1, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
My own theory about Dell is that he's not evil. He's misguided. And he seems to have an almost addictive personality when it comes to creating so much so that he gets blindsided out of eccentricity. While it doesn't justify him doing evil things, he's one of those guys who can be guided back on the right path when given the right push. In other words, Dell is not evil deep down. He's just on a really huge power trip and he's surrounded by obvious temptation, but I think there is hope for him.