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"Play ball!"

- Scout's first line when entering the game.

"Let's get 'em!"

- Scout's second line when entering the game.

"Eat my dust!"

- Scout's third line when entering the game.

The Scout is a playable character in LEGO Dimensions: The Multiverse Curse, from the Team Fortress 2 franchise.


Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, the Scout is a fast-running scrapper with a baseball bat and a snarky "in-your-face" attitude. He is the fastest and most mobile mercenary on the battlefield unassisted. His Double Jump leaves slower opponents such as the Heavy struggling to keep up and helps him navigate the terrain while dodging oncoming bullets and projectiles. Carrying a Scattergun, a Pistol, and a Bat, the Scout is an ideal class for aggressive fighting and flanking. The Scout is a great class for quick "hit-and-run" tactics that can either sap away enemies' health or kill them outright due to his ability to get in, do damage, and dash away before even being noticed. However, the Scout is tied with the Engineer, Sniper, and Spy for having the lowest health of any class, leaving him vulnerable when he is on the front line; a fair trade-off for his ability to run in and out of a contested hot-spot very quickly, letting him lead the team to victory without the other team even noticing in time.

The Scout is an excellent choice for completing objectives quickly. He can capture control points and push carts at twice the rate of any other class. Only the Scout has this ability naturally; the Demoman and Soldier only have the same ability if they have the Pain Train equipped. His speed also makes him perfect for capturing intelligence briefcases.


  • Target
  • Acrobat
  • Invulnerability (Bonk! Atomic Punch)
  • Vine Cut (Three-Rune Blade)
  • Boomerang (Flying Guillotine)
  • Sword Switch (Three-Rune Blade)


"Hit the bricks, pal. You're done."

- Scout's first line when leaving the game.

"Thanks for the ride!"

- Scout's second line when leaving the game.

"Oh, we done already?"

- Scout's third line when leaving the game.

"No problem!"

- Scout's first line when about to solve a puzzle.

"That's what I'm talking about!"

- Scout's second line when about to solve a puzzle.

"This sucks!"

- Scout's first line when unable to solve a puzzle.

"Uhh... little help?"

- Scout's second line when unable to solve a puzzle.

"I'll put it in my trophy room, with the othas."

- Scout when obtaining a collectables.


- Scout's first line when drinking Bonk! Atomic Punch.

"Ya can't hit what ain't dere!"

- Scout's second line when drinking Bonk! Atomic Punch.

"Yeah, I dare ya, rage quit. C'mon, make us both happy."

- Scout when seeing Anger.

"Oh what, you gonna cry? You gonna cry now?"

- Scout when seeing Sadness.

"What is your major malfunction, brother?"

- Scout when seeing Soldier.

"Hey, who's on fire now?"

- Scout when seeing Pyro.

"Depth perception, pal. Look into it."

- Scout when seeing Demoman.

"$400,000 to fire that gun, huh? Yeah, money well spent!"

- Scout when seeing Heavy.

"Hey, lard-fat, those hard arteries don't stop bullets, do they?"

- Scout when seeing Wario.

"Don't bring a wrench to a gunfight!"

- Scout when seeing Engineer.

"Ooh hoo hoo, your gun shoots medicine! It's intimidatin'!"

- Scout when seeing Medic.

"That fancy scope of yours, betcha got a real good view of me killin' ya!"

- Scout when seeing Sniper or Widowmaker.

"How do ya like me now, blockhead?"

- Scout when seeing Steve.

"Ooooh yeah, you're real scary!"

- Scout when seeing Reaper.

"Nobody likes wizards, ya hear me? You're doomed to die alone."

- Scout when seeing Gandalf.

"We're gonna make you wish you never entered the Dark Arts!"

- Scout when seeing Lord Voldemort.

"So scared!"

- Scout when seeing the Demogorgon.

"Everybody got dere fancy hats? Let's go!"

- Scout when seeing Hat Kid.

"Hehey, I'm flyin'!"

- Scout when riding the Invisible Jet.

"Stay by the cart, fellas!"

- Scout when riding the Bomb Cart.

"You morons are about to catch a real beatin'."

- Scout when seeing a big character or riding a mech.