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** The artwork used for the pack's Polycount entry image was a recreation of a still of Mustafa in the same pose, and the creator had admitted to watching Austin Powers a week prior to designing the pack.
 
** The artwork used for the pack's Polycount entry image was a recreation of a still of Mustafa in the same pose, and the creator had admitted to watching Austin Powers a week prior to designing the pack.
 
** The entry's description mentions a "line of three question-format reasoning". In the film, Mustafa was unable to withhold answers after being asked the same question three times (because it irritated him).
 
** The entry's description mentions a "line of three question-format reasoning". In the film, Mustafa was unable to withhold answers after being asked the same question three times (because it irritated him).
* The fez comes from the Turkish countries.
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Revision as of 19:50, 17 December 2010

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The Spy

The Familiar Fez is a headwear item for the Spy which was released with the Polycount Pack as part of the Mann-Conomy Update. It appears as a team-colored Fez and a pair of sunglasses that sit atop the Spy's regular balaclava.

Item set

Main article: Item sets
The Saharan Spy
Backpack The Saharan Spy Bundle.png
Effect

Extra effects when taunting

Blueprint

Refined Metal L'Etranger Familiar Fez
Item icon Refined Metal.pngx4 + Item icon L'Etranger.png = Item icon Familiar Fez.png


Refined Metal Your Eternal Reward Familiar Fez
Item icon Refined Metal.pngx4 + Item icon Your Eternal Reward.png = Item icon Familiar Fez.png

Bugs

  • The sunglasses are actually attached to the Fez and not the face. On the wearer's death, both the hat and the sunglasses fall from the player and remain bound to each other.

Trivia

  • The fez was introduced in 1826 as part of the Ottoman empire's modernizing reforms.
  • The hat is a reference to Mustafa, one of Dr. Evil's henchmen in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. There are several links:
    • In the film, Austin says to Mustafa "I don't recall your name, but your fez is familiar." [1].
    • The artwork used for the pack's Polycount entry image was a recreation of a still of Mustafa in the same pose, and the creator had admitted to watching Austin Powers a week prior to designing the pack.
    • The entry's description mentions a "line of three question-format reasoning". In the film, Mustafa was unable to withhold answers after being asked the same question three times (because it irritated him).