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A Syringe is a simple piston pump consisting of a plunger that fits tightly in a tube. It is used for many medical procedures that consist of injections, and is usually used with a needle.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit
The Syringe is a gadget featured in theBattlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam expansion, issued to the Medic kit. It is an direct equivalent to the base game's Defibrillator, and like the Defibrillator, it can be used as a lethal melee weapon.
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When a teammate is downed, a skull icon (colored blue for ally, colored green for squad) will appear above his head. The time remaining to revive him is represented by a draining circle surrounding the skull. After emptying, there are about 3-5 seconds left to revive the player before cannot be revived anymore. If the skull is flashing, the player is skipping, and will disappear in 3 seconds. To revive, the medic must simply stab him with the syringe. No charge up is required, allowing for rapid revives.
Players revived are fully healed and in the prone or crouching position, depending on surrounding space. If the player is killed soon after reviving (estimated to be around 10-15 seconds), they will not be able to be revived again and can immediately skip to the deployment screen. After the penalty period, the player is possible to revive again.
The syringe is also capable of killing enemies, similar to the Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam variant. This is far less reliable than a melee weapon, however, as it will not always register hits on enemies. An early patch restored damage scaling, allowing the syringe to inflict less-than-lethal damage if it is not fully filled.