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My wife got an email this morning from her travel insurance company; her coverage is about to expire apparently and the company wants to know if she wants to renew her travel insurance coverage. My wife says it's OK with her if we're uninsured for travel for a while...
(I had to resort to archive.is links today, sorry, the mod-bot was in a bad mood and it refused repeated re-submissions before I gave up and used archive.is instead to get around it).
I failed to mention yesterday that it was the humble shipping container’s 64th birthday; on 27th April 1956 Malcolm McLean loaded 58 trailer vans (what we now call containers) onto a converted world war 2 era oil tanker named SS Ideal-X and off it sailed from Newark to Houston. Watching it sail off into the distance, Freddy Fields, a top official of the International Longshoremen's Association was asked "What do you think of that new ship?" Fields replied, "I'd like to sink that sonofabitch." (Longshoremen are the people who load and unload ships). Longshoremen strikes ensued, but the cost of shipping dropped by a factor of 36 overnight. The age of the container had arrived and in a further visionary move McLean made available his container patents free of charge thus ensuring rapid adaption of global standards in relation to construction and size of the containers. McLean’s company (which ended up being called SeaLand) steadily grew and by the end of the 60s SeaLand was sending over 1,000 containers every month from the US to Vietnam alone for the US military. McLean parted ways with Sealand by 1977 but in 1978 his new company United States Lines placed construction orders with a shipyard for a then world record 4,400 TEU (Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit, a standard measurement in the industry) shipyard. Unfortunately United States Lines went bankrupt shortly after, a victim of very high oil prices at the time.
Last week the Korean container shipping line HMM named its latest container ship HMM Algecerias. Its capacity is 23,964 TEU; more than 5 times the size of the ship McLean ordered 42 years ago. It may be a long time though before HMM Algecerias has a heavily laden voyage; currently there is massive overcapacity in the container shipping industry according to the American Journal of Transportation which clarifies that Maersk has a container ship fleet with a capacity of nearly 4.2m TEUs, MSC has 3.7m TEU fleet capacity while COSCO, CMA-CGM, Hapag Lloyd, ONE and Evergreen all have fleets with over 1m TEU capacity each. Between them (and other smaller operators), they’ve idled 9.2% of the world’s fleet in the past few months because there’s not enough cargo to fill the ships and make them operationally profitable. As for Malcolm McLean - he died in New York in 2001 but the Sealand name lives on as a division of Maersk (it bought SeaLand in Decembe 1999); today SeaLand operates in the Americas. Personally, for several years now I’ve fancied building a home out of shipping containers (much to the amusement of my wife). Maybe I should have a chat with her about it again; I reckon that suitable containers must be really cheap now.
Virus news in depth
Coronavirus: Anger after Panorama programme claims government 'failed to stockpile crucial PPE' - Yahoo News is reporting (as is pretty much every UK news outlet today) on a BBC Panorama show that was aired last night. (For the benefit of non Brits, Panorama is a flagship in-depth investigative program that’s over 50 years old and held in high esteem particularly for a 1995 interview with Princess Diana). There has been anger from health experts after an investigation revealed the government failed to stockpile crucial personal protective equipment (PPE) ahead of the coronavirus pandemic says Yahoo News.
BBC Panorama found there were no gowns, visors, swabs and body bags in the government’s pandemic stockpile when COVID-19 reached the UK. It said vital items were left out of the stockpile when it was set up in 2009 and that the government ignored a warning from its own advisers to buy missing equipment. The programme also claimed the government downgraded its guidance on the severity of COVID-19 as late as 13 March so it could provide a lower level of PPE to health workers. The programme, “Has the Government Failed the NHS?”, claimed the government counted single surgical gloves instead of a pair as one item of PPE with paper towels and cleaning materials such as bleach also counted as units of PPE. One health worker told the programme: “Calling us heroes just makes it okay when we die.”
(Cont’d) COVID-19 was officially designated a High Consequence Infectious Disease (HCID) in January. In 2019, the Health and Safety Executive recommended that all healthcare workers wear a gown, FFP3 respirator mask and visor when dealing with HCIDs. But Panorama said the government downgraded its PPE guidance on 13 March to tell NHS workers they were safe to wear less protective aprons and basic surgical masks - and took steps to remove COVID-19 from its list of HCIDs on the same day. Rather than consult the experts who recommended categorising COVID-19 as HCID, however, the government instead asked its Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP), Panorama said. The programme claimed sources on that committee said the decision was, in part, a decision based on the low availability of PPE.
(Cont’d) Dr Gabriel Scally, a former regional director of public health and honorary professor of public health at the University of Bristol, said the programme was “totally damning” for the government. Labour MP Zarah Sultana said the programme “showed the incredible bravery of NHS staff”. Charlotte Villiers, professor of law at the University of Bristol, tweeted: “How the government can survive and stay in power following that is unfathomable. They are drenched with guilt.”
The episode in question is available to UK residents on iplayer.
Virus news in brief
Sources: BBC news live blog, Guardian live blog, India Today live blog unless otherwise specified
- New Zealand has lowered its restrictions from level 4 (the highest) to level 3 as Covid-19 cases in the country continue to be persistently low. Swimming, surfing, and fishing - from land as boating is not allowed yet - are now exercise options for New Zealanders as are hiking and biking (provided you’re on a familiar trail during the day and keep your distance from others). The highlight for many though after five weeks of strict lockdown seemed to be the reintroduction of takeaway coffees and fast food. Long queues were seen in front of McDonalds chains, with one local saying he'd started queuing at four in the morning (some Kiwi’s are crazy). On social media, people were posting pictures of cups of coffee in celebration. "That cup of coffee tasted amazing. Nothing beats a skilled barista," one coffee lover told the BBC.
- Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt told reporters on Tuesday that 2.4 million people had downloaded and registered for the government's coronavirus contact tracing app. The COVIDSafe smartphone app uses a Bluetooth wireless signal to exchange a "digital handshake" with another user when they come within 1.5m (4.9ft). The app then logs this contact and encrypts it. Users will be notified if they have had more than 15 minutes of close contact with another user who tests positive. Mr Hunt said 6,727 cases of coronavirus had been confirmed in Australia, along with 85 deaths.
- China’s efforts to improve its battered image in the eyes of the wealthier nations is having mixed results with Australia the latest to engage in a public spat with them. Sky News reports that Australia has been warned by the Chinese ambassador that it could face an economic hit if it does not back down from a push into the nation’s handling of the coronavirus. Ambassador Cheng Jingye on Monday said the push was “dangerous” and could encourage Chinese citizens to not purchase Australian exports or travel to the nation. The broadcaster reports that the Australian government however is not backing down from the call for an independent inquiry, with Foreign Minister Marise Payne criticising the threat of an economic hit due to the push. Since then, says the Guardian live blog today, Australia has asked the Chinese ambassador to explain what it called a threat of “economic coercion” in response to Canberra’s push for an international inquiry into the source and spread of the coronavirus. Trade minister Simon Birmingham said Australia was a “crucial supplier” to China for critical imports like iron ore, and Australia’s resources and energy helped power much of China’s manufacturing growth and construction. China accounts for 26% of Australia’s total trade, worth about A$235bn ($150bn) in 2018-19, and is the biggest single market for Australian exports such as coal, iron ore, wine, beef, tourism and education.
- There will be no Tokyo Olympics if the Covid-19 outbreak is not brought under control by next year, the president of the Games' organising committee has said. The Games was scheduled for this summer but postponed by a year because of the pandemic. Tokyo 2020 president Yoshiro Mori said that another delay was not under consideration, telling Japan's Nikkan Sports daily that if the virus outbreak was not under control by summer 2021, "it's cancelled". Yoshitake Yokokura, the head of the Japan Medical Association, said it would be "difficult" to hold the Games if there was no effective vaccine available.
- Hong Kong civil servants will gradually head back to work from Monday 4 May, the government said on Tuesday. For the second day, there were no new virus infections and the city is looking for a way out of the lockdown. Sports facilities, libraries and museums will open from Monday but the ban on meetings of more than four people will remain in place.
- President Donald Trump has said he "can't imagine why" there has been a spike in calls about disinfectant to US emergency hotlines. The governors of Michigan and Maryland (Democrat and Republican respectively) on Sunday blamed the president for the increase in volume about such calls. When asked whether he took responsibility for the rise, Trump said: "No, I don't." Trump's remarks were widely criticised by doctors. Manufacturers of cleaning brands such as Dettol have warned consumers never to ingest their products.
- Prime Minister Edouard Philippe will lay out how France will slowly exit its lockdown restrictions from 11 May. There will be a debate followed by a vote on the plans, which controversially involve children returning to school against the advice of the national scientific council.
- The Oxford University's Jenner Insititute believes it has produced an effective vaccine, and plans to carry out clinical tests on 6,000 people before the end of May. The Jenner vaccine was tested on six rhesus macaque monkeys at the US National Institutes of Health’s Rocky Mountain Laboratory in Montana last month, according to the New York Times. The monkeys were exposed to high doses of the virus, and all six remained healthy 28 days later. Monkeys without the vaccine fell sick, according to the report. The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), which is funding nine different coronavirus vaccine projects, is hopeful a vaccine could be ready this year, Bloomberg reports. CEPI had initially envisaged a later timescale because it had not taken factors into account such as companies working together.
- People have reverted back to shopping the way they did a decade ago by making one big weekly trip to the supermarket, according to the boss of Tesco (a major UK supermarket chain). Chief executive Dave Lewis said Covid-19 social distancing measures mean consumers are shopping less frequently.
Supply chain news in depth
**USDA (**US Department of Agriculture) let millions of pounds of food rot while food-bank demand soared - Politico reports that Tens of millions of pounds of American-grown produce is rotting in fields as food banks across the country scramble to meet a massive surge in demand, a two-pronged disaster that has deprived farmers of billions of dollars in revenue while millions of newly jobless Americans struggle to feed their families. While other federal agencies quickly adapted their programs to the coronavirus crisis, the Agriculture Department took more than a month to make its first significant move to buy up surplus fruits and vegetables — despite repeated entreaties. Images of farmers destroying tomatoes, piling up squash, burying onions and dumping milk shocked many Americans who remain fearful of supply shortages. At the same time, people who recently lost their jobs lined up for miles outside some food banks, raising questions about why there has been no coordinated response at the federal level to get the surplus of perishable food to more people in need, even as commodity groups, state leaders and lawmakers repeatedly urged the Agriculture Department to step in. Demand at food banks has increased an average of 70 percent, according to Feeding America, which represents about 200 major food banks across the country. The group estimates that 40 percent of those being served are new to the system.
(Cont’d) In mid-April, USDA unveiled a long-awaited $19 billion aid program with $3 billion set aside to buy excess food, a pot of money that would cover a major ramp-up of fresh produce purchases, along with dairy and meats. But federal officials predicted it would take the better part of a month before that food is packed and shipped to food banks and other nonprofits in need. At that point, it will be too late for many produce growers who saw a huge drop in demand right at the peak of their season. “By the time that comes through, it won’t help Florida,” said Brittany Lee, a blueberry farmer and executive director of the Florida Blueberry Growers Association. Blueberry prices are about half of what they were this time last year, she said. The precipitous drop in demand left many growers with no choice but to trash excess food or leave it in the fields because the cost of picking, packing and storing the crops would only put them further in the hole. Some with more resources in hand took on the cost of harvesting and donating the food themselves, but the gut-wrenching reality is that crops are being abandoned on an unprecedented scale.
(Cont’d) Paul Allen, co-owner of RC Hatton Farms, is currently disking hundreds of acres of cabbage — a process that grinds crops into the soil — because there’s simply no market for it. It's heartbreaking to watch, but the cabbage he grows is typically used for coleslaw at restaurant chains like KFC. Allen estimates he’s left about 8 million pounds of cabbage and 4.5 million pounds of green beans in the fields. “We’ve been devastated,” Allen said. His company has already donated hundreds of thousands of pounds of vegetables to food banks. The company also sent containers of produce to the Bahamas and paid for the cost of harvesting to make it all happen. Now, Allen says, he must decide how many of his crops are better left unpicked, not knowing when much of his customer base will be able to reopen for business. “Do I keep taking on more losses?” he said, noting that vegetable growers have already spent several thousands of dollars per acre before harvest. “But if I stop growing food for our country, that’s a bigger problem yet.”
(Cont’d) Produce industry leaders, including Allen, are also furious that USDA plans to impose payment limits for the rest of its aid to farmers affected by coronavirus. The department said in mid-April that agricultural producers would be limited to $125,000 per commodity or $250,000 total to help compensate them for damages as it hands out $16 billion in direct payments. “We begged them not to put a cap on it,” Allen said. Farmers who grow fruits and vegetables have extremely high costs per acre and often plant at such a large scale that the payments won’t even begin to cover their losses. It typically costs less than $700 per acre to grow commodity soybeans. It costs more than $4,000 per acre to grow cabbage. “What is fair is not always equal,” he said. While $250,000 is a lot of money for most Americans, it represents about one day's harvest for RC Hatton. The scale of produce waste is staggering. Farmers in Florida, which provides much of the fresh produce to the eastern half of the U.S. during the winter and spring, left about 75 percent of the lettuce crop unharvested, along with significant portions of the state’s sweet corn, cabbage and squash. Up to 250 million pounds of tomatoes could end up left in the fields, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. Florida officials estimate produce growers there have taken a half a billion dollar hit. In California, the industry is projected to lose more than $1 billion per month.
Supply chain news in brief
- The Swiss forwarding giant Kuehne + Nagel yesterday published its Q1 2020 financial results, stating the EBIT (Earnings before interest and Tax) hit across its four business units was CHF 46 million ($47.1 million) says Freightwaves. The company reported a total year-over-year earnings drop of 23.2% for the first quarter. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) totaled CHF 378 million ($387.3 million), down 9.6% from CHF 418 million ($428.2 million). In their analyst presentation yesterday, CEO Detlef Trefz called the coronavirus “an immense global challenge.” Despite significantly weakened industrial production and trade volumes, Kuehne + Nagel “maintained its operational performance, closely managed a number of special businesses and won new customers. In the case of basic commodities and pharmaceuticals, transport volumes were maintained at a respectable level,” Trefz said. Trefz said he foresees the markets normalizing in the third and fourth quarters. “We expect to exit the current coronavirus pandemic in a much stronger position than we have entered,” he said. The group employs 83,000 employees in over 100 countries.
- SWISS airline plans to operate over 100 further cargo flights on behalf of various private and public entities between now and the end of May and have announced they will also introduce a new network of cargo-only services offering regular cargo flights between Zurich and Shanghai up to three times daily, Beijing up to twice daily, Chicago and Tokyo twice weekly as well as Bangkok and Singapore weekly. Further destinations are expected to be added to the new network over the next few weeks. In a further development, SWISS is considering whether to remove the Economy Class seating from three of its twelve Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to meet the growing demand for air cargo capacity. More than 800 seats would be de-installed at Zurich airport for this purpose says aviation pros (link).
- The Scandinavian airline, SAS, said on Tuesday it could reduce its workforce by up to 5,000 full-time positions due to plunging demand and travel restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak. Airlines worldwide are cutting flights and costs due to the pandemic, and SAS said in a statement it expected limited activity during the key summer season. The company said last month that it would temporarily lay off up to 10,000 employees, or 90% of the airline’s total workforce, as the coronavirus brought international travel to a near standstill in March, while domestic travel has also been severely impacted. Source: Guardian live blog.
- Nintendo Switches are proving extremely difficult to find says Bloomberg. The reason? Nintendo can’t make them fast enough to keep up with the strong demand with supply chain disruption not helping the situation. (I flagged a Japan Times story that this might happen on 17th February.)
- Thousands of textile workers returned to factories in Bangladesh on Monday. The country is still under lockdown, but some factories, including in the capital Dhaka, opened under pressure to complete outstanding export orders. With the garment sector badly hit by cancellations due to the pandemic, the country is expected to lose export revenue of about $6bn (£4.8bn). Source: BBC live blog, link above.
- The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that it is stepping up shipments of diagnostic tests and protective equipment, with a new focus on Latin America where Covid-19 is spreading. Paul Molinaro, chief of WHO operations support and logistics, said that global vaccine shipments were disrupted in April and if this continued into May there will be gaps in immunisations, as well as disruption in some food supply chains. Panama will serve as a hub for regional distribution of personal protective equipment and other supplies in Latin America, he said. Source: Guardian live blog above.
- Are You Prepared to Manage a Whack-A-Mole Recovery? That’s the question that MIT supply chain professor Yossi Sheffi is asking via Supply Chain Management Review. Always worth paying attention to, the professor points out (reasonably enough) that hasty reopenings will likely spur waves of resurging infections in location after location, followed by more closures and quarantines. (I already have a historical case study on this lined up for tomorrow). Planning during the next several months should focus on preparing to react flexibly and quickly to changing circumstances he says, calling for a thorough mapping of your supply chain, identification of each supplier’s resilience (I’m keeping a very close eye on my manufacturers situation in Asia), social media monitoring (true but he’s only written one tweet in 3 years) and being able to source logistical support at high speed when necessary (e.g. by using a company such as Flexe - imagine the airBnB of warehousing and you get the general idea of what Flexe’s all about).
- DC Velocity says that shoppers are forgiving when it comes to delivery in the time of coronavirus, but they expect clear communication from retail outlets on expected delivery dates, according to research from logistics technology firm Convey. “There are some bright spots, including that shoppers are willing to make concessions when it comes to in-stock items and delivery delays. Shoppers were also clear that transparency about delivery at every stage of the journey is crucial to keeping their trust” said their chief growth officer. The survey found that the majority of shoppers don’t expect retailers to have all of the items they want in stock (60%), and virtually all shoppers are willing to give retailers more time to deliver items (94%). Sixty percent of respondents felt retailers deserved an extra three to four days for delivery, while 19% said they were comfortable with an extra five to six days. Seventeen percent said more than seven days is acceptable. (Personally I’ve been waiting since April 6th for standard gardening equipment and the seller is telling me I’ve got another two weeks until they’ll ship it and that’s annoying the heck out of me, they shouldn’t have taken the order).
- Airlive.net says that Norwegian Air does not expect to begin ramping up its number of flights until April 2021 at the earliest, according to a proposal published ahead of a key stakeholder meeting this week. Norwegian’s present low activity will continue, based on the support offered by the Norwegian authorities to maintain a minimum offer of air travel. During 2021, the company will step up operations, but a flight network resembling “normal operations” will not be resumed until 2022. Norwegian Air Shuttle has warned that the bulk of its fleet is likely to remain grounded for the next 12 months and that a full recovery would not take place until 2022, laying bare the scale of the crisis engulfing the airline industry. Based on the current fleet and pending orders, Norwegian’s plan was for a fleet of 168 aircraft in 2020. That number will be reduced to between 110 and 120. Unless the airline gets approval for its proposed rescue plan, it warned that it could run out of cash by mid-May.
Good/Wholesome news section (it’s back and I have found a rich seam of stories)
- Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom has put into immediate effect "Restaurants Deliver: Home Meals for Seniors", a program that will pay local restaurants to deliver three nutritious meals every day of the week to at-risk seniors during the coronavirus epidemic says Newsweek. When announcing the program on Friday, Newsom said that 1.7 million of California's 5.7 million seniors live alone. He hopes the program will help ensure that high-risk seniors and other adults stay at home to avoid potentially contracting the virus. Additionally, Newsom intends for the program to help "provide essential economic stimulus to local businesses and workers struggling to stay afloat during the Covid-19 crisis." Restaurants can receive up to $16 for breakfasts, $17 for lunch and $28 for dinners. The program will be financed through a combination of state funds, funds provided through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and funds from local governments to help repay restaurants for their meals.
- A Massachusetts emergency room nurse is helping patients affected by her hospitals no-visitor policy -- by printing out family photos says CNN. Jeanna Barbieri came up with Pictures for Patients after a high school friend thanked her for working at Lowell General Hospital, where his father was being treated for coronavirus. Barbieri offered to bring family photos to decorate his room. “Just to see how excited they were to have that piece of comfort with him, it made me realize I want to do more of that," Barbieri said. "I never imagined in a million years it would turn into anything other than a small project." Now, the program has a dedicated Lowell email address and the social media hashtag #picturesforpatients. Barbieri purchased a printer for completely virtual delivery. Barbieri says she has organized at least 22 photograph deliveries as of April 23, including a surprise pregnancy announcement for a family member. "Jeanna has done a wonderful thing," said Rae Russo, the wife of Barbieri's first photo recipient. "It's made all of us have peace on mind."
- New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has shared a letter he received on Twitter from a farmer in his 70’s. The farmer sent one of 5 N95 masks he has to the Governor to give to a doctor or nurse in New York City which is continuing to be hard hit by the Covid-19 outbreak.
- A member of the San Antonio Sikh community is pictured delivering some of the 700 sandwiches they made to donate to the foodbank. So far the Sikh community has raised $250,000 to support the foodbank during this crisis. Picture on Twitter.
- Cosmopolitan magazine reports (stick with me on this) that Princess Sofia of Sweden is volunteering at a local hospital during the pandemic. The princess will not have any direct interaction with patients (she is not medically trained). Instead, she’ll help doctors and nurses with housekeeping tasks, such as working the kitchen, disinfecting medical equipment, and cleaning up every morning. The hospital has yet to see any confirmed cases of coronavirus, but the country as a whole has had 12,500 cases.
- On BBC News one recent morning, viewers noticed presenter Victoria Derbyshire had a phone number written on her hand. Inscribed was the National Domestic Abuse hotline in the UK - an attempt by the presenter to alert anyone trapped at home with a violent or controlling partner to the helpline for support (domestic violence incidents have risen in Latin America, Turkey, London and elsewhere). Sharing a picture of her hand on Instagram ahead of appearing on the news, Derbyshire wrote that there has been an 150% increase on visitors to the hotline's website and 25% increase in calls to the hotline since lockdown. The presenter was overwhelmingly praised online for the move, with some American media sources also noticing.
- Uber is partnering with domestic violence organisations to provide 50,000 free rides to shelters and safe spaces in more than 35 cities across 16 countries. In Australia they’re expanding the partnership with WESNET (Women’s Services Network) to provide 3,000 free rides for WESNET partner organisations to use to support those needing safe travel to or from shelters and domestic violence support services (link to Uber PR statement).
- This one’s a month old - A couple whose wedding celebrations were cancelled due to the coronavirus have donated the food they had ordered to NHS workers says the Indepedent. As a result of Fiona and Adam Gordon’s donation, more than 400 hospital staff in Hull were fed over the weekend. After the pair were told their wedding could not take place on Saturday, they were asked by the catering company if they wanted to donate the food. The couple still got married but with just two witnesses rather than the originally planned 120 guests.
DonationsSeveral asked if they can send me $/£/€ via Patreon (in some cases because I've saved them time or money, others for no reason at all). I don't need the cash (that's lovely though) but as you may have read above, food bank charities are getting really hit hard with all this panic buying. Please consider giving whatever you'd have given me to a foodbank charity instead:
Thanks in advance for any donations you give. If there's foodbank charities in your country and it's not listed above, please suggest it and I will include it going forward.
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Real Name: Liam Lowell
Occupation: Student (Formerly), Vishkar Employee (Formerly), Overwatch Agent (Reformed) (Current)
Hometown: Edinburgh, ScotlandAffiliation-
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- Vishkar Corporation (Formerly)
- Overwatch (Reformed) (Current)
Total Health: 200
Movement Speed: 6 MPS
Ammo Capacity: 18
1st Spawn Quote: Life's a joke! I'm just here for the punchline.
Liam Lowell lived an impoverished life until he was brought to the Architech Academy by the Vishkar Corporation. During his experience at the Academy, his life was relatively unremarkable. His grades were average, besides his music class, which he excelled in with his flute. However, there was one aspect of the Academy Liam couldn't grasp; Hard Light manipulation. He wasn't particularly comfortable with the fact that he was literally bending reality, but he nonetheless made an effort to work on his skills, though with few results. He failed most Hard light related exams, which significantly impacted his overall average. Liam had asked people for help, but Hard Light manipulation was hard enough for them as it was. People also bullied Liam, as he was clumsy to say the least, and would usually fall if he was pushed, further complicating his problem. One day head heard of two top student that were giving Hard Light related tutoring sessions. Liam decided to take them up on their offer. This was when Liam first became acquainted with Satya Vaswani and Hugo Eisert. They both told Liam that the likely cause of his problem was that the Academy had taught him that Hard Light manipulation was mechanical, while it was meant to be more freeform. They suggested he find a more specific area of study. Liam though about it and decided he was tired of being pushed and falling over. His field of study would be gravity, though he had to be able to use Hard Light for music as well. Liam set out to learn as much as he could about gravity and eventually, with the help of his tutors, he was able to apply gravity to his Hard Light. Liam was absolutely elated, both at the fact that he was finally able to master the tech and that he had found new friends. Liam, Hugo and Satya eventually graduated and went into Vishkar together. Hugo came to Liam and Satya with an interesting fact. Most, if not all, of Vishkar's employees had few memories and knew they had come from poor environments. Now that Hugo mentioned it, the gears in Liam's head began to turn; that story applied to him, and some other people he knew as well. It was Liam himself that suggested that they break into the records building to discover their origins. He seemed the most eager to know about his past. While Satya and Hugo both had their doubts about breaking and entering, they eventually agreed. Liam used his gravity to blow the door open, Hugo used his mechanical prowess to unlock the lock on the student records and Satya's turrets acted as a defense against any guards. Liam was finally face-to-face with his past. What he found was shocking; he was to be forcibly removed from his impoverished life by Vishkar. When his parents did not comply, the agents murdered them and took their child. All of a sudden, Liam remembered the event in vivid detail, which was odd, as neither of his friends seemed to remember their pasts. Liam saw horrible images; the agents knocking in their door asking for him, the bloody bodies of her parents and those two horrible words on repeat in his head. "Mom? Dad?" He was momentarily overcome, before Hugo asked him to come with him back to his hometown in Crete. Liam knew he couldn't let Hugo alone, so he agreed. As Hugo argued with Satya, Liam stood by and refused to comment. As Liam and Hugo traveled, Hugo asked if Liam regretted his decision, to which he replied he didn't. They were later found by the agents of Overwatch (note: this is the reformed Overwatch. By this time it had already broken up and come back together). Liam pleaded with Hugo to stay, but could not manage it; Hugo's as determined to be sent back to Crete. Finally, after Hugo's parents were determined to be dead, Liam had had enough and told his friend that he was staying no matter what. Hugo agreed. Like him, there are 5 stories which explain his relationships.
Main Attack: G-MusketWolfram shoots a compressed Ball of gravitational force. Whenever he shoots a pellet, his adversary is slowed down.
- Linear Projectile
- Travels at 85 meters per second
- 40 damage per round
- 2.25 rounds per second
- 1.7 reload time
- When shot an enemy will be slowed by 1%
- Slowing effect stacks up to 15%
- Slowing decays after not being shot by Wolfram for 3 seconds, at a rate of 3% per second.
- Can headshot, headshot multiplier= 1.5
Alternate Fire: Velocity BoostWolfram shoots a gravity blast out of his musket, propelling himself and any enemies he hits backwards.
- 1.5 meter range
- 2 shots per second
- Consumes 3 rounds per shot
- 3 meter push back, affects both Wolfram and enemies
- Wolfram is propelled in the opposite direction he is facing
- Velocity Boost pierces barriers
- 1.7 reload time
Take a look! (Using)
1st Ability: SpacewalkWolfram summons a portal on the ground that creates an area of anti-gravity.
- 4 meter radius
- Extends 15 meters vertically
- Characters that stand in the AOE will rise at a rate of 3 meters per second
- Movement speed is reduced by 10% while in the AOE
- Non-Ultimate projectiles that pass through the field will be slowed by 25%
- Hitscan weapons behave normally
- Only one may be active at a time
- 1.2 second cast time
- Cannot be placed on an area where an enemy is standing
- 12 second cooldown
“Rising, rising, rising.” (Using)
“Up we go!” (Using)
“I’m an astronaut!” (Using)
2nd Ability: Collapsing StarWolfram throws out an explosive charge that first draws enemies in and then explodes. The charge can also be shot to release the blast early.
- Arcing splash projectile
- When the projectile makes contact with a solid surface, it will cease moving
- Once it has stopped moving, the star will begin to send out energy that has a weak pulling effect
- 3 meter pulling radius
- After 3 seconds the star will explode
- 2 meter explosion radius
- 65 max damage, 10 min damage
- The star may be detonated early if Wolfram shoots it
- The explosion can damage Wolfram
- 7 second cooldown
“Fire in the hole!” (Using)
“Look, a shooting star!” (Using)
“Watch the sky.” (Using)
Ultimate: Matter of ForceWolfram uses experimental technology to surround himself in an oppressive aura, damaging any enemies that are unlucky enough to be near him.
- 8 meter AOE radius from Wolfram’s position
- Deals 50 damage per second at the center
- Deals 5 damage per second at the edge
- Wolfram cannot use his Primary Fire during this ability
- Wolfram’s Alternate Fire Can now be done three times a second
- State lasts 10 seconds
- Wolfram can move during this ability
“Now, just watch me go!” (Self and Hostile)
“It's a matter of force, you see.” (Friendly)
Pros:High mobility, Excels at pushing characters out of position, Unpredictable for enemies
Cons:All abilities (including ultimate) only cover a telegraphed amount of space, Long cooldown on first ability, Can be difficult to control
SynergiesWolfram is the second character to use gravity in the game (the first being Zarya), but he plays no where nears Zarya, or any current character for that matter. Wolfram is an offense hero with a specialty in mobility and support.
Wolfram’s Primary Fire, his beloved G-Musket, is very unique for a main weapon. It can quickly fire rounds that do low damage and slow his adversaries. This allows his allies to follow-up on Wolfram’s assaults and quickly dispatch the enemy. Keep in mind that despite its fast animation, this attack is in fact a projectile. Velocity Boost is Wolfram’s Alternate Attack and his main source of mobility. This attack will propel any enemy it hits in the direction that Wolfram’s gun is facing and Wolfram in the exact opposite direction. This ability has a multitude of uses, including horizontal and vertical movement, letting Wolfram easily escape. Wolfram can also use this ability to push enemies off the map or out of position, especially considering that it pierces shields. This makes Wolfram perfect for contesting barriers. Wolfram’s next ability is Spacewalk, which allows him to create an anti-gravity field. Again, this ability has multiple uses. It can create shortcuts for allies, give allies better vantage points, defend against enemy projectiles, or slow down enemies. This ability is best used in chokepoints, where it will have the most effect. Collapsing Star is Wolfram’s second ability. It releases an explosive charge that first pulls in enemies and then explodes after a delay. The explosive can also be detonated early if Wolfram shoots it. Note that the pulling radius is smaller than the actual explosion and that the pull effect is relatively weak, meaning that Collapsing Star is best used when enemies are already grouped or for catching escaping enemies off guard. Lastly, Wolfram’s Ultimate, Matter of Force, causes enemies in a wide AOE around Wolfram to take damage. In this form, Wolfram cannot use his Primary Fire, but his Alternate Fire can be some more quickly. This ability fits perfectly with Wolfram’s speed and allows him to dive into enemy lines to cause havoc.
NicheWolfram is a character that can easily appeal to most player. Despite the zaniness of his playstyle, Wolfram is not a difficult hero to play effectively. Wolfram also appeals to multiple styles of play. Offense players will be able to tear through the battlefield with reckless abandon, while more supportive players can play a more calculate game, carefully placing their abilities to have the most effect. Wolfram’s best allies are those that can keep up with his speed, those that can provide him with cover, and those that could use his particular brand of support.
Victory PosesDefault: Wolfram looks directly at the camera from a slight angle.
Classic: Wolfram's musket faces the ground and he leans on it with his left arm.
Victory Song: Wolfram is seen in the middle of playing his flute.
Armed: Wolfram kneels with his musket pointed at the camera.
EmoteDefault: Wolfram claps several time.
Tune: Wolfram projects his flute and plays a short tune.
Yes!: Wolfram laughs and the points as he nods his head.
Tribute: Wolfram sits on his legs with his musket laid out horizontally in front of him.
Highlight IntroDefault: Wolfram projects his gun and happily waves with his other hand.
In Spaaaaace: Wolfram jumps and rises up using his Spacewalk before smiling at the camera.
Make a Wish:* Wolfram throws a Collapsing Star before shooting it and watching the explosion.
I’m a Star!: Wolfram is seen using his Velocity Boost several times. The camera the pans up revealing that he created a star.
Visuals-Wolfram is reasonably short, an inch taller than his friend Solon. Being of European decent, he is very pale skinned. He has been called both younger and older than he is. As a self-described nerd, Wolfram's clothing reflects this. He wears a black graphic teeshirt with the picture of a falling apple that says "What's better than a ton? A Newton!" His Hard Light projectors are gloves which match and have red accents as well. His hair is a relatively short dark blonde and his eyes are small and dark green.
Pink Lady: Shirt is pink.
Granny Smith: Shirt is green.
Golden Delicious: Shirt is yellow.
Honeycrisp: Shirt is a deep red.
Patriotic: Wolfram wears a blue shirt with a white X on it, mirroring the Scottish flag. His pants are now white and his gloves and boots are blue.
Rampant: Wolfram has a orangish-yellow shirt with a red graphic of the Rampant Lion. His pants are tan and his gloves and boots are copper.
Corryvreckan: Wolfram taps even further into his Scottish heritage. He is dressed as a semi-traditional highlander would be. He has a blue and black tartan kilt and a similarly colored full plaid, which is a long piece of traditional dress that is pleated. He also has a sporran, which is a leather or fur pocket that is positioned in front of the groin. His gravity boots are no longer boots at all, but now traditional reddish brogues with lacing that works to hold his socks. His gloves are a matching color to his gloves.
Finn: Similar to the above. The kilt is gold with a darker embroidered pattern on the lining. The full plaid is green and gold, the shoes are black. Instead of the sporran, Wolfram has a shining helmet of pure silver and gloves that match.
“A highlander never quits.” (Respawn)
“Charge!” (Using Velocity Boost)
“Another for my flag.” (Getting a kill)
“For my homeland!” (Using Matter of Force(Self and Hostile))
“Play the anthem of my people!” (Using Matter of Force(Friendly))
Maestro: Liam reflects his musical aspirations. He wears a long gentleman's coat made out of brocade with a complex pattern of red roses, with black trim, and gold button, all but one of which are buttoned. Underneath he has a cream ruffled shirt, though only the ruffles can be seen. His pants are brown dress slacks and the boots and gloves are both grey and more formal than his other skins.
Virtuoso: Similar to the above. The coat is black with a print of white musical notes and trim, while the buttons are silver. The shirt is white. The slacks are grey and the boots and gloves are brass colored.
“Looks like that note went a little flat.” (Respawn)
“Defy-ing gra-vity.” (Using Spacewalk) (Reference to Wicked)
“A star just like me.” (Using Collapsing Star)
“Now! Your swan song.” (Using Matter of Force(Self and Hostile))
“Time for my solo!” (Using Matter of Force(Friendly))
PersonalityUnlike his friend, Liam is mostly what he seems at a single glance. Even to those who are unfamiliar with him, Liam is a very happy person and doesn't let himself become burdened easily. He isn't religious, but he believes deeply in the karmic balance of the world and Ying and Yang, which both comfort him and contribute to his belief that good will triumph in the end. Liam's attitude allows him to be a very good giver of advice, a fact which contributed to his friendship with Hugo. Good friends will find that Liam is zany, to say the least, and loves making people smile. However, there is also a hidden side to Liam. Owed to his very hard life and the loss of his parents, Liam is depressive and can be haunted by some of his memories. Both Liam and Hugo are depressive and effected by anything that happens, Liam just chooses not to show it. That is not Liam's main personality; he is very optimistic, a bit crazy and constantly makes puns and references. He also loves to act like a dog, saying things loudly and more than once as they fit his wacky and energetic personality. He is very passionate about his heritage but doesn't normally use any of the slang, except in his Scottish skins. To compensate for the fact that he only speaks English, he knows sign language, and his animations for certain lines, such as hello and thank you, are him signing the word.
These are his closest relationships-
Mei: Mei is very much the welcoming committee of Overwatch. So, when she heard that there was a new agent in their midst, she just had to meet him. She did, however, decide to wait on welcoming Hugo, for obvious reasons. When she came to his room, Liam welcomed Mei and Mei began her speech about Overwatch and the state of the world. Mei was surprised when Liam actually let her finish it. Mei then busted out one of her trademark puns as she began to leave. Before she could, Liam responded with another pun, which then turned into a pun battle. They laughed and laughed, as it was unspoken that they had just pretty much become best friends. One day Mei was brushing up on her knowledge of the periodic elements and asked Liam to quiz her. When they got to Tungsten, Liam asked why its symbol was W, to which Mei replied that it stood for Wolfram. Liam liked the sound of that and the name stuck. Mei is also teaching Liam Chinese.
Mercy: One day Mei and Liam were working on Liam’s gravity tech when he told a joke. Mei laughed hysterically and accidentally sent a gravitational shockwave through the area. Mei wasn't harmed, but Liam was. Mei ran out of the room screaming for Doctor Ziegler. Mercy took him to the medical ward and told Mei that he would be okay if he got some rest. Liam woke up disoriented in the medical ward and Mercy explained the situation. Liam explained that he was having trouble with his gravity boots. Mercy actually knew a good deal about gravity, as she had to learn to control it with her suit. After Liam recovered, Mercy helped Liam and Mei figure it out. To this day, the three of them still continue to iron out the flaws in the boots.
Ana: Unlike Hugo, Liam was actually excited to go out into the field. Ever since he heard about the legendary Overwatch team, he had dreamed about joining them. He practiced day and night with his musket, but was constantly falling, due to both his clumsiness and the kickback on his weapon. One day, after crashing himself into a wall on the practice range, Liam sat and looked at the floor, thoroughly dismayed. Suddenly he felt something in his shoulder; a healing dart from Ana. The two greeted each other, as they had talked a small amount, and Ana said she had seen him fall…more than once. She offered to teach Liam how to shoot. Liam was apprehensive; he knew Ana was a good shot, but he also knew she had more important things to do. To show him her dedication, Ana took Liam's gun and expertly shot several training bots. Liam then agreed. Not only did Liam become a much improved shot, the two also often laughed with each other and Ana provided wisdom befitting the old and wise warrior she was.
Lucio: When Liam has spare time, he often plays his flute. He was doing this one day when Lucio, who's room was near Liam's, knocked on his door and asked if he was the source of the noise. Liam assumed he would complain, but on the contrary, Lucio actually wanted to watch him preform. Afterwards, Lucio asked of he wanted to preform music together the next day, which Liam of course accepted. However, the next day Lucio saw Liam projecting his flute through hard light. Lucio was able to recognize it because of his experiences with Vishkar. Liam explained that he and Hugo had came from Vishkar and the details of how they came into Overwatch. Lucio was conflicted; Liam seemed like a nice guy but he was from Vishkar, the very company which wanted to take Lucio's freedom. Lucio said he needed to think. When they next met, Lucio said he was still confused. Liam stated the he understood, but he said that there was a reason he left, other than Hugo; he didn't agree with Vishkar's methods or ideals. He had always felt that the actions of the company were morally wrong and felt similarly conflicted, as he wanted to stand up for what was right, but going against the company would cause many to see him as the morally corrupt one. It was then that Lucio realized that he had been unfairly judged Liam based in his background, which was something he told people never to do. Just because he was from Vishkar, that didn't mean that he was a bad person or even that he supported them; the company itself may be bad, but the individual employees may not. From there the two formed a powerful, if unlikely, friendship.
Tracer: Due to the variety of agents and abilities at Overwatch, agents are put into groups based upon their speed and mobility, after accounting for their abilities, and they rotate training partners daily. Liam was placed among the individuals with the highest ground speed, because of his gravity technology, along with Tracer, Genji and Lucio. Liam's first training partner was Lean Oxton, whom he had heard of and admired for her heroism. He expressed this before their training and Tracer was flattered and that somehow made her even more cheery than usual. Their match that followed was a harrowing endeavor. Because both were skilled at dodging attacks and neither was exactly an excellent shot (she was originally a pilot), the match mostly consisted of the two dodging each other's attacks and unsuccessfully trying to counterattack. After a long while of this, the two finally decided to call it a draw with a hearty laugh. The two became fast friends due to their similar dispositions and to this day they still often train and go on missions together.
- “In just a few seconds, I'll be dashing through the battlefield.” (During Setup)
- “It's almost time. Make sure your weapons are ready.” (During Setup)
- “I'd like to take all of Hugo's missions to his place. I don't think he wants to come here.” (During setup on Ilios)
- “I wonder if there's any more gravity technology here.” (During setup on Volskaya Industries)
- “Born free, shot to death.” (Respawn)
- “Either I just died, or my watch has stopped.” (Respawn) (Reference to Groucho Marx)
- “THIS-MEANS-WAR!” (Respawn) (Reference to Loony Toons )
- “Good grief!” (Respawn) (Reference to Peanuts)
- “Aw, man. I got shot in the face!” (Respawn) (Reference to Pulp Fiction)
- “Stop! Stop! I'm already dead!” (Respawn) (Reference to The Simpsons)
- “I told you, ‘I'll be back.’" (Said in a deep voice) (Respawn) (Reference to Terminator)
- “Well, ow.” (Respawn)
- “I feel fantastic.” (Pick Up Health Pack)
- “I’m still alive. Still alive.” (Pick Up Health Pack) (Reference to Portal)
- “Woo-hoo, just what I needed.” (Pick Up Health Pack) (Reference to Super Mario Bros)
- “Who's on fire? This guy!” (On Fire)
- “Does anyone smell something burning?” (On Fire)
- “Time for some teamwork.” (Damage Boosted)
- “Boom! Let's do it.” (Damage Boosted)
- “Dang it, dang it, dang it!” (Discord Orb Received)
- “Awesomeness!” (Voted Epic(5 Votes))
- “Ohhh, YEAH!” (Voted Epic(5 Votes))
- “Eat your heart out Isaac!” (Voted Legendary(10 Votes))
- “Drinks are on me tonight!” (Voted Legendary(10 Votes))
- “You've helped me once again.” (Resurrected)
- “Wolfram, ready for action!” (Hero Switch)
- “Sniiiiiper.” (Sniper Sighted)
- “Enemies. Get 'em, get 'em.” (Enemy Seen)
- “Turret! Turret! I see a turret!” (Turret Seen)
- “Say bye to that turret.” (Turret Destroyed)
- “Me thinks I smell a teleporter.” (Enemy has a teleporter)
- “Now, where is that teleporter?” (Enemy has a teleporter)
- “Oh, look, I found the teleporter.” (Teleporter Sighted)
- “The Teleporter is gone. I think I’ve seen it before.” (Teleporter Destroyed)
- “There’s a Shield Generator here somewhere.” (Enemy has a Shield Generator)
- “Now, where was that Shield Generator…?” (Enemy has a Shield Generator)
- “I found the Shield Generator.” (Shield Generator Sighted)
- “The Shield Generator is destroyed. I think I know who did this.” (Shield Generator destroyed)
- “Ladies and gentlemen, here I come!” (Nanoboosted)
- “Bum bum bum!” (Nanoboosted)
- “Are you excited? Get excited!” (Nanoboosted)
- “We've almost won!” (Time Running Out (Defense))
- “Times wasting! Let's move move move!” (Time Running Out (Attack))
- “Start running. Let's win this!” (Time Running Out (Attack))
- “We can turn it around. I'll work twice as hard.” (Time Running Out (Attack))
- “The point's being captured. Everyone rush over.” (Point being Captured (Defense))
- “Throw them away from our point.” (Point being Captured (Defense))
- “Hey! Get off that objective!” (Point being Captured (Defense))
- “The best defense is a good offense. So…offend the point.” (Point being Captured (Defense))
- “I'm on the point. Let's do it!” (Capturing Objective)
- “It's time!” (Capturing Objective)
- “Let's hold down the objective.” (Capturing Objective)
- “This is it. Move that payload.” (Payload Stuck)
- “We have to move with the payload.” (Payload Stuck)
- “I'm pushing the payload.” (Escorting Payload (Attack))
- “Let's go guys. Come on!” (Escorting Payload (Attack)
- “Gravity always wins.” (Final Blow)
- “Another one bites the dust.” (Final Blow) (Reference to Queen)
- “Down you go.” (Final Blow)
- “Thank you for punderstanding.” (Final Blow)
- “Make like lettuce and leaf.” (Final Blow)
- “Did I blow you away?” (Final Blow)
- “Sorry. It needed to happen.” (Final Blow)
- “You're gone.” (Final Blow)
- “Yay!” (Final Blow)
- “Hey look, I did it!” (Solo Kill)
- “Down, down, down, down…” (Solo Kill) (Reference to Schoolhouse Rock)
- “Keep it up now.” (Ally eliminated enemy)
- “Right back atcha'.” (Revenge)
- “Was that cold?” (Revenge)
- “Jello.” (Hello)
- “Yo.” (Hello)
- “Hi!” (Hello)
- “Thanks!” (Thank)
- “Aww, thanks.” (Thank)
- “Zank you.” (Thank)
- “Yip. (Acknowledged)
- “Gotcha.” (Acknowledged)
- “Of course.” (Acknowledged)
- “Could I get some healing?” (Need Healing)
- “I need healing here.” (Need Healing)
- “Over here.” (Group Up)
- “Come with me.” (Group Up)
- “Group up with me.” (Group Up)
- “Come on, come on!” (Group Up)
- “My ultimate is charging.” (Ultimate Status)
- “My ultimate is almost ready.” (Ultimate Status)
- “My ultimate's ready to go.” (Ultimate Status)
- “It's ultimate time!” (Ultimate Status)
- “Here's Liam!” (Voice Line(Default)) (Reference to The Shining)
- “I got a book on anti-gravity. I can't put it down.” (Voice Line)
- “Obey gravity; its the law.” (Voice Line)
- “I don't trip. I just check the gravity.” (Voice Line)
- “Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn.” (Voice Line) (Reference to Gone With the Wind)
- “They see me rollin'…” (Voice Line)
- “Don't make me force you.” (Voice Line)
- “I'm just a snarf!” (Voice Line)
- “Enter the chuckle factory!” (Voice Line)
- “Puns are always the best. Always.” (Voice Line)
- “I'm not mad. Just disappointed.” (Voice Line)
1)Wolfram- “Try to keep up Tracer!”
Tracer- “Haha, I was about to say the same thing.”
2)Tracer- “Get ready for…”
Wolfram- “…some speedy kills!”
3)Wolfram- (Is killed by Tracer)
Tracer- “Finally, we ended a match.”
4)Tracer- (Is killed by Wolfram)
Wolfram- “I won…? I WON!”
1)Wolfram- “Mei I ask you a question?”
Mei- “Oh, just Liam alone.”
2)Mei- “Liam, have you been practicing your Chinese?”
Wolfram- “哦, 是的!” (Oh, yes!)
3)Wolfram- (Is killed by Mei)
Mei- “You're truly a force to be reckoned with.”
4)Mei- (Is killed by Wolfram)
Wolfram- “I'll have to put you on ice.”
1)Wolfram- “Hey, thanks again for the musket Hugo! If feels great to use.”
Solon- “I knew you’d like it, but I didn’t think you’d actually use it.”
2)Solon- “Need any modifications, Liam?”
Wolfram- “I’ll keep you posted, sir.”
3)Wolfram- (Is killed by Solon)
Solon- “Your speed doesn't fool me.”
4)Solon- (Is killed by Wolfram)
Wolfram- “I've seen all your tricks…or at least most of them.”
1)Wolfram- “Hey dad! Für gerechtigkeit!” (For justice!)
Reinhardt- “Hahaha, und für die zukunft!” (…and for the future!)
2)Reinhardt- “I shall shield you. Can I count of you to support me?”
3)Wolfram- (Is killed by Reinhardt)
Reinhardt- “This one…was hard.”
4)Reinhardt- (Is killed by Wolfram)
Wolfram- “Shot through the Hardt.” (Reference to Bon Jovi)
1)Ana- “It seems you took to my teachings.”
Wolfram- “Well, I was learning from the best.”
2)Wolfram- (Is killed by Ana)
Ana- “A good shot can can hit their target regardless of speed.”
1)Lucio- “Lets see how fast we can go.”
Wolfram- “We won't even give 'em a chance to blink.”
2)Wolfram- (Is killed by Lucio)
Lucio- “You can't out-speed me!”
3)Lucio- (Is killed by Wolfram)
Wolfram- “Now that what I call breaking it down.”
1)Wolfram- “Lets fly little angel.”
Mercy- “Of course. Leave it to me.”
2)Mercy- “Liam, I’m available after the match if you wish to continue working on your technology.”
Wolfram- “Sounds like a plan ma’am.”
3)Wolfram- (Is killed by Mercy)
Mercy- “A wolf in the sky…that's something new.”
4)Mercy- (Is killed by Wolfram)
Wolfram- “No Mercy!”
1)Wolfram- “Satya, what are you doing in a place like this!?”
Symmetra- “I'm afraid I cannot tell you Liam.”
2)Symmetra- “If you are still conflicted, we would accept you back.”
Wolfram- “Sorry, Satya, but I can't do that.”
3)Wolfram- (Is killed by Symmetra)
Symmetra- “You need not concern yourself with me.”