The MediShot (as referred to by the tablet in Danger Zone) was added in 2016 as part of the Operation Wildfire update, originally for the Co-op Strike game mode. It appears in the aforementioned Co-op Strike missions, as well as Danger Zone as starting equipment, as well as occasional drops from crates and being purchasable from the tablet for $1000.
When used, the player will stab himself with the syringe in the right chest. By default, 50 HP will be restored over 2.5 seconds. While the healing is taking place, the screen warps a large amount around the edges and a blue border gradually fades in and out. This, combined with the fact that the animation does not allow switching weapons, makes the MediShot significantly more useful while not in an engagement, as if you attempt to use it in the middle of combat, an enemy could take advantage of this and catch you with no weapon and limited vision.
Related console commands
||The maximum number of healthshots each player can carry.|
||Whether or not the players can use a healthshot while already being on maximum health.|
||The number of HP that is restored on usage, maxing out at the player's |
||A multiplier for damage that healing player receives. For example, a healing player can receive double (2.0), normal (1.0), half (0.5) or no (0.0) damage, independent of the damage source.|
||A speed multiplier for healing players. For example, a player can move at double (2.0), normal (1.0) or half (0.5) speed - or not at all (0.0) while healing.|
||The duration of the speed effect of |
||Whether or not each player will drop a healthshot on death (if he had at least one).|
||Deathmatch: The number of consecutive kills after which a player is automatically given a healthshot (if he has none).|
||Whether or not the HP are granted at once (0) or over time (1).|
||The rate at which the healing is granted, in HP per second, only if |
- Is this weapon allowed to be picked up?
- Determines if players are able to pick up the weapon.
- Entity Scripts
- Space delimited list of VScript files (without file extension) that are executed after all entities have spawned. The scripts are all executed in the same script scope, later ones overwriting any identical variables and functions.
- Script think function
- Name of a function in this entity's script which will be called automatically every 100 milliseconds (ten times a second) for the duration of the script. It can be used to create timers or to simulate autonomous behavior. The return value (if present) will set the time until the next call. Note: Try to avoid expensive operations in this function, as it may cause performance problems.
- Pitch Yaw Roll (Y Z X)
- This entity's orientation in the world. Pitch is rotation around the Y axis, yaw is the rotation around the Z axis, roll is the rotation around the X axis.
- 1 : Start Constrained
- Prevents the model from moving.
- Sets the (primary) ammo which is usually the number of bullets in the active magazine. Every value behaves like its congruent value in the range 0-255 in modulus 256 (e.g. -255 and 257 behave like 1 etc.). When set to 0, a player holding this weapon will reload automatically, if possible. Other values congruent to 0 (-256, 256, 512, ...) might cause undefined behavior. Values congruent to -1 (mod 256) make the ammo numbers disappear. If set to a value outside the weapon's clip size, reloading might deliver unexpected results.
- Sets the reserve (secondary) ammo which is usually the number of bullets in reserve for reloading. Values that are greater than the weapon's reserve ammo limit are clamped to it (e.g. 90 for the weapon_ak47). Negative values make the ammo display disappear and reloading is impossible.
- Toggles if the weapon can be picked up by players. Visually, nothing changes and there is no event if picking up fails. Hover texts like "[E] Swap for AK-47" remain in both cases.
- Hides the viewmodel of this weapon for the player having it deployed until it is deployed again.
- Selects a skin from the model's index, starting with 0.
- Sets the the active $bodygroup.
- Makes the entity catch on fire indefinitely.
- Makes the entity catch on fire for a given amount of time.
- Makes the entity catch on fire with a given number of hitbox fire particles. Does not function correctly in onward.
- Makes the entity catch on fire with a given scale for hitbox fire particles. Does not function correctly in onward.
- Kills the entity and creates a client-side ragdoll from the model. Input is only passed if the model contains $collisionjoints, for other models phys_convert can be used instead.
- Sets the entity's lighting origin to use this entity's position.
- Deprecated. Offsets the entity's lighting origin by their distance from an
- Sets distance at which the entity starts fading. If <0, the entity will disappear instantly when end fade is hit. The value will scale appropriately if the entity is in a 3D Skybox.
- Sets distance at which the entity ends fading. If <0, the entity won't disappear at all. The value will scale appropriately if the entity is in a 3D Skybox.
- Multiplies the size of the model. Does not alter the physics collisions in most cases. Can take two values separated by a space, in which case the first value would be the target model scale and the second value would be the number of seconds the change in scale will be spread over. If there is no second value, the model will scale instantly.
modelscalekeyvalue can be AddOutputed as a workaround for other games with this input missing.
- Sets the entity's transparency to a number from 0 (invisible) to 255 (fully visible). Requires the entity to have its Render Mode (rendermode) set to a number other than
- Swaps the rendering order of the entity. Used to attempt to fix sorting problems when rendering, for example an object rendering in front of translucent materials.
- Sets an RGB color for the entity.
- Sets a filter for this entity for when it receives damage.
- Allows the entity to be pushed by damage done to it (usually force amount correlates with the damage done).
- Prevents the entity from being pushed by damage done to it.
- Allows the entity to draw a render target shadow.
- Prevents the entity from drawing a render target shadow.
- Removes this entity from the world.
- Removes this entity and its children from the world. Note: Entities already remove orphaned children upon being removed, but this input removes all children on the same frame, being marginally faster than
- Adds a keyvalue/output to this entity. It can be potentially very dangerous, use with care.
<output name> <targetname>:<inputname>:<parameter>:<delay>:<max times to fire, -1 means infinite>
- Fire the
OnUseroutputs; see User Inputs and Outputs.
- Same as a player invoking +use; may not do anything depending on the entity. Can also be invoked by firing an output that does not specify an input.
- Execute a VScript file from disk, without file extension. The script contents are merged with the script scope of the receiving entity.
- Execute a string of VScript source code in the scope of the entity receiving the input. String quotation may be needed when fired via console. Bug: In , the code is executed in the script scope of the entity that fires the output, not the one receiving the input.Warning: Never try to pass string parameters to a script function with this input. It will corrupt the VMF structure because of the nested quotation marks, which then must be removed manually with a text editor.
- Execute a VScript function in the scope of the receiving entity.
- Send this entity to a spot in the map. If the entity is parented to something, it will be offset from the parent by this amount.
- Set this entity's angles.
- Fires when a player +uses this weapon but does not pick it up, e.g. during the pickup cooldown immediately after dropping it or if
CanBePickedUpis false (activator is the player).
- Fires when a player picks this weapon up (activator is the player).
- Fires when a player picks this weapon up (activator is the player). Also fires rapidly when a player touches the weapon but automatic pickup fails, e.g. if he already has a weapon in that slot. Does not fire if
- Fires when an NPC picks up this weapon (activator is the NPC). However, bots in are considered players, so this output has no functionality.
- Fired when the entity catches fire, such as from an
- These outputs each fire in response to the firing of the like-numbered
FireUser4Input; see User Inputs and Outputs.