The Engineer is a playable character from the Team Fortress 2 game.
The Engineer is a mercenary.
In the XP4 fics, the Engineer debuted in the XP4 Heroes Coalition - Neo-City Diaries.
In the AWA fics, the Engineer serves as one of the many instructors in the AWA Academy.
The Engineer is a man wearing a red jacket underneath a brown overalls, orange oversized gloves, black boots, an orange helmet and dark brown shades.
The Engineer is a soft-spoken, amiable Texan, with an interest in all mechanical things.
The Engineer is a member of the Heroes Coalitions as one of it's coaches and trainers. He is also an instructor at the Vanguard Academy.
XP4 Heroes Coalition - Neo-City Diaries
In Chapter 19, the Engineer held a training session where he had the trainees study about various firearms.
The Engineer specializes in constructing and maintaining Buildingsthat provide support to his team, rather than fighting at the front lines, making him the most suitable for defense. The Engineer's various gadgets include the Sentry Gun, an automated turret that fires at any enemy in range, the Dispenser, a device that restores the health and ammunition of nearby teammates, and Teleporters that quickly transport players from point A to point B.
Because the Engineer's ingenious devices are under constant threat from explosives and devious enemy Spies, a good Engineer must keep his gear under a watchful eye and under repair with his Wrench at all times. When the Engineer needs to get his hands dirty, his trio of generic yet capable weapons, along with the assistance of his helpful hardware, make him more than capable of holding his own in a fight. If need be, the Engineer can even pick up and haul constructed buildings to redeploy them in more favorable locations. While usually viewed as a defensive class, the Engineer has a selection of high-tech weapons that allow him to destroy projectiles or to build faster-deploying, less damaging Sentry Guns, which give him great utility at the front lines too. His Teleporters are also a key point to both the offensive and defensive team's success, allowing slower, heavier classes to reach the front-lines quicker.
- The Engineer is sometimes called "Engie".