I've got some tips that might be useful.
When comming, I always focus on three things, my position, team health and uber status:
- My position: where I am at all times. I call my position constantly so people know where to get juicy fucking heals
- Team health: if a lot of people are in the red (which you can see if you have that top scoreboard thing enabled), I call for everyone to chill out and get arrows.
- Uber stats: I call my own uber and track the enemy med's uber. Made easier with the Solemn Vow. Your team needs to know when you have ad.
If a medic focuses on those three things, generally they're calling everything that's important. It's why personally I'm not a big fan of maincalling medics, because it generally goes at the expense of those three things. You're a support character, not the leader. Though I might also just be saying that because I sucked at maincalling...
Also some fun kritzkrieg specific tips:
- If you and the enemy medic both die at the same time, ask a teammate to go spy real quick to see if they went kritz. If the enemy medic did go kritz and you're holding last, get that fucking sentry up ASAP.
- If you go kritz, you need to act fast. So at 60% kritz, ask where the enemy medic is so someone can spot him. At 80% tell your demo to come to you and to reload his stickies. At 100% you're all ready to pop right out of the gate and fuck the medic in his German asshole
- I fucking love kritz to mid.
ALSO: do jump maps. They're fantastic to learn how to rocket surf. Bonus points if you do jump maps together with your team, because then you're not just hanging out during scrims. Especially important to do jump maps with your pocket, because you need to be completely in sync with whatever dickhead is supposed to protect you with their life.
Post-uber (like someone here said earlier), make sure that at 50% you know where to go. If at 50% your uber is worse and you're still close enough you can kiss the enemy, you're pretty much boned. Try to get out or at least get to high ground.
Watch POV demos of other medics. And not just high-level ones, just pick any prem/div1/div2 medic and watch their POV. If you can start spotting mistakes in POV demos from lower-div medics, then that's something you can really learn from as well. Don't just tunnel vision and watch the POVs of the pros, watch some demos from shit medics (like me).
When healing a scout: before you take the heal beam off of the scout, jump forward and switch to healing someone else. I think the speed buff still applies when you jump before you take the beam off, so when you're jumping you go that teeny tiny bit faster while you switch to someone who doesn't give you the speed buff. This has never saved me in my life but it makes it seem like you're totally smart.
I don't know how many of these are useful for the pastebin so pick your poison. I really like the idea though, really glad to see some love for med mains