Pyroland is how the Pyro sees the world through their eyes. A surreal and whimsical pastel-colored dreamworld distinct from Team Fortress 2’s usual rustic artstyle, it was first seen in Meet the Pyro. This aspect of the lore can also be viewed in-game by equipping certain weapons or cosmetic items.
Also question is, are Pyrovision goggles rare?
Are PYROVISION GOGGLES rare? Nope. They’re achievement items so most players have them and likely already deleted them.
Beside this, what is Pyrovision in tf2?
Pyrovision was added in the Pyromania Update on June 25th, 2012. It makes the user see weapons and cosmetics that are only visible with Pyrovision enabled. Some map textures change into themed textures from the Meet the Pyro video.
Is Pyro Mexican?
A Gas Jockey is a derogatory name for an immigrant, usually Mexican, who pumps gas. Many players theorize the Pyro comes from Mexico. Pyro comes from the Greek word means “fire” and is a noun given to pyromaniacs.
As shown in Meet the Pyro, the Pyro appears to be insane and delusional, living in a utopian fantasy world known as Pyroland. The Pyro specializes in fighting enemies at close range using a homemade Flame Thrower.
Bits of the Pyroland landscape can be seen reflected on the lenses.
The Rainblower is a primary weapon for the Pyro. It appears as a series of four yellow horns and one silver horn with long, spiraling piping and a container of sparkly team-colored fluid. It sprays out a stream of colorful bubbles and rainbows.
If you use Lollichop or Rainblower, then you’ll automatically enable Pyrovision without needing any cosmetic. If you use Lollichop or Rainblower, then you’ll automatically enable Pyrovision without needing any cosmetic.