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Mercy
Mercy-portrait.png
"I'll be watching over you."

Real Name
Angela Ziegler
Age
37
Nationality
SwitzerlandSwiss
Occupation
Field Medic
First Responder
Base
Zürich, Switzerland
Affiliation
Overwatch (formerly)
Relations
Unnamed parents (deceased)
Voice
Lucie Pohl (English)

Sybille Tureau (French)
Farina Brock (German)
Chiara Francese (Italian)
Sayaka Ohara (Japanese)
Lee Hyeon-jin (Korean)
Cristiane Louise (Brazilian Portuguese)
Circe Luna (American Spanish)
Adelaida López (European Spanish)
Olga Pletnyova (Russian)

Cosmetics
Cosmetic page
Quotes
Quotation page
Role
Support
Health
200
Character Video

Mercy is a Support hero in Overwatch.

Overview

Mercy’s Valkyrie Suit helps keep her close to teammates like a guardian angel; healing, resurrecting or strengthening them with the beams emanating from her Caduceus Staff.

Abilities

Regeneration

Passive Ability

Icon Stats Official Description
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Healing
20 health per second after not taking damage for 1 second


Mercy automatically heals over time.

Details

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Angelic Descent

Passive Ability

Icon Stats Official Description
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Propelled by her Valkyrie suit, Mercy slows the speed of her descent from great heights.

Details

  • While airborne, Mercy can press and hold the jump button to begin slowly falling to the ground. Letting go of the jump button will end Angelic Descent.

Video




Caduceus Staff

Weapon

Icon Stats Official Description
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Type
Target Locked Beam
Damage
+30% damage boost
Healing
50 health per second
Max. range
15 meters
Duration
Until cancelled
Ult. charge gain
4 points per 5 healing
2 points per 3 damage done by the target


Mercy engages one of two beams that connect to an ally. By maintaining the beams, she can either restore that ally’s health or increase the amount of damage they deal.

Details

  • Primary fire creates a healing tether on the ally closest to Mercy's crosshairs, which remains for as long as Mercy holds down the primary fire button.
  • Secondary fire creates a damage tether that works similarly to the healing tether, but boosts damage instead of healing.
  • Mercy need not look at the ally to maintain the tether.
  • The tether will break if Mercy and the ally move out of range or line of sight, except during the first 1.4 seconds after the tether is engaged.
  • Healing Beams can stack, but Damage Beams do not.

Video




Caduceus Blaster

Weapon

Icon Stats Official Description
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Type
Linear projectile
Damage
20
Spread angle
Pinpoint
Projectile speed
40 meters per second
Rate of fire
5 rounds per second
Ammo
20
Reload time
1.5 second
Headshot


Mercy shoots a round from her sidearm. It's best reserved for emergency personal defense.

Details

  • The blaster is automatically reloaded if not equipped for approximately 1.4 seconds.




Guardian Angel

Ability

Icon Stats Official Description
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Move. speed
20 meters per second
Max. range
30 meters
Cooldown
1.5 seconds


Mercy flies towards a targeted ally, allowing her to reach them quickly and provide assistance in crucial moments.

Details

  • Can be used on both living and dead allies.
  • Can be cancelled mid-flight by pressing the hotkey once more.
  • Pressing jump button during Guardian Angel will allow Mercy to do a slingshot which propel her forward with maintained momentum.

Video




Resurrect

Ability

Icon Stats Official Description
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Healing
Restores full health to a fallen ally
Move. speed
-75%
Max. range
5 meters
Casting time
1.75 seconds
Cooldown
30 seconds
Ult. charge gain
None


Mercy brings a dead ally back into the fight with full health.

Details

  • The resurrected players gain 2.25 seconds of invulnerability.
  • The fallen ally is highlighted on the player's screen.
  • Mercy can be interrupted by stuns, hacks, or knockback while casting.
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Valkyrie

Ultimate Ability

Icon Stats Official Description
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Damage
Chain-damage boost (30% per target)
Healing
20 HP/s (Mercy)
50 HP/s per target (Allies)
Move. speed
9 m/s (omni-directional flight)
30 m/s (Guardian Angel)
Projectile speed
80 m/s (Blaster)
Max. range
10 meters (chain healing)
+100% range (Guardian Angel, Caduceus Staff)
Ammo
∞ (Blaster)
Duration
15 seconds
Charge required
1950 points


Gain the ability to fly. Mercy’s abilities are enhanced.

Details

  • Caduceus Staff's primary beam target will split off to nearby allies, healing them or damage boosting them for the same amount.
  • Regeneration cannot be interrupted by damage.
  • Mercy gains vision of enemy health bars if they have taken damage (even if Mercy did not deal the damage herself).
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Strategy

Mercy is the most healing-oriented of the Support characters, capable of rapidly bringing her teammate back up to full Health and even using Resurrect to bring them back from the dead. Her ultimate enhances all of her abilities, making it a potential game-changer during dire situations. When not healing, she is able to boost a single ally's damage, allowing them to blast apart foes and tear through barriers. She is easily the most team-dependent of the Supports, as her personal damage is weak, and the powerful effect of her Resurrect makes her a prime target for the enemy team, forcing her to rely on her team for protection.

Weapons & Abilities

  • Regeneration (Passive): Mercy's passive ability. When she is out of combat for 1 second, she will begin to slowly regenerate her Health.
    • The passive Health regeneration allows Mercy to stay on the front lines to continue healing her allies. When you see your Health beginning to drop, find cover and allow it to regenerate.
  • Angelic Descent (Passive): While airborne, Mercy can press and hold the jump button to begin slowly falling to the ground. Letting go of the jump button will end Angelic Descent. You can re-activate it at any time while airborne.
    • Angelic Descent is useful for evading enemy fire. Leap off of a ledge and vary your falling speed with Angelic Descent to throw your opponents' aim off.
    • Angelic Descent can be used in the middle of a Guardian Angel jump to gain a bit of extra height and momentum.
  • Caduceus Staff: Mercy's main weapon. The Caduceus Staff's primary fire creates a healing tether on the ally closest to the crosshair, while its secondary fire creates a damage-boosting tether in the same respect.
    • Neither of the tethers require you to continue looking at your target to maintain. Use this to your advantage to check frequently for flankers like Reaper or Tracer.
    • The tether will break if an ally moves out of your direct line of sight after a few seconds, such as moving behind a wall, or if they move outside the tether's maximum range.
    • Alternate between the healing tether and damage tether as the situation requires.
    • Damage tether is applied as the ally's attack hits, rather than when it is fired. For example, if you switch to a damage tether while Pharah's rocket is mid-flight, its damage will be boosted when it lands (provided you keep the damage tether active that long)
    • Pharah is one of the best pairs to Mercy, as Pharah can help Mercy remain airborne and away from grounded enemies, while Mercy can substantially increase Pharah's overall damage output.
    • Boosting characters like Soldier 76 and Roadhog during their ultimate abilities is usually a smart choice, as their already significant damage will be that much better.
  • Caduceus Blaster: Mercy's secondary weapon. It shoots a stream of fast-moving projectiles, similar to D.Va's Light Gun. The Caduceus Blaster will automatically reload while Mercy has the Caduceus Staff equipped.
    • Do not underestimate the Caduceus Blaster. While fairly weak at long range (despite the lack of damage falloff) due to the ease with which the projectiles can be dodged, the Caduceus Blaster can be deadly at close ranges, especially if you land headshots.
    • The pinpoint accuracy of the Caduceus Blaster can be used to safely destroy Torbjörn's Turret from out of its attack range.
    • Be careful about pulling out the Caduceus Blaster on a whim, as you cannot attack or create a tether during the weapon switch animation.
    • It is often better to boost an ally's damage rather than pull out the Caduceus Blaster; remember that Mercy is a highly vulnerable healer, and even in situations where it is safe to go on the offensive, it is usually smarter to continue to manage your team.
  • Guardian Angel: When activated, Mercy will fly towards the targeted ally, whether they are alive or dead. This ability auto-targets tethered allies, but will otherwise go to the ally closest to the crosshair. This can be changed in the Mercy-specific control settings.
    • Guardian Angel has a brief cooldown during which Mercy has no other quick movement options. Think about where you'll end up before rushing to an ally's side.
    • Use this ability to jump between allies to quickly heal them, or to escape from dangerous situations.
    • Continually using this ability on an allied Pharah, in combination with Angelic Descent, allows Mercy to follow Pharah around through the air (even staying airborne longer than Pharah can). Use the Caduceus Staff's damage tether to enhance her already high damage output.
  • Resurrect: Mercy's core ability. When activated, Mercy will revive a dead ally in very close-range. They will be returned to full health at the position where they died. The revived teammate also gains a brief moment of invulnerability, during which they can move but cannot attack or use abilities. The cooldown on this ability does not reset upon death, unlike all others.
    • This is an incredibly powerful tool that can turn the tide of a fight by bringing back an ally with a prepared ultimate, your main tank (such as Reinhardt), or even a fellow Support.
    • Think before you act. Resurrect is powerful, but rather slow, so try and mind the situation you put yourself and your team in by using it. Oftentimes, it is just better to keep healing your living allies instead of reviving a dead one.
    • Use Guardian Angel on a dead ally to position yourself for Resurrect. Mercy will continue to fly towards the target of Guardian Angel while casting Resurrect. Use this to dart past a group of dead allies, casting Resurrect on the way, in order to reduce your vulnerability while using it.
    • Prioritize who to revive. Resurrect has a long cooldown (which uniquely does not reset after death), and some members of the team are more important than others. Your main tank is usually the highest priority, as they can help shield the team while Mercy heals them.
    • Be careful when using this ability in plain view of enemies, as it will nearly always attract enemy fire either on you or your ally.
  • Valkyrie (Ultimate): Mercy's ultimate ability. When activated, all of her abilities are greatly enhanced; in addition to the ability to freely fly, Mercy also gets infinite ammunition on her Caduceus Blaster, and her tethers will split to affect all allies within a certain radius of the target ally.
    • This is easily one of the strongest ultimates in the game, as Mercy can use it to greatly enhance her team's survivability and damage output without worrying about who needs help the most.
    • Try to get the greatest effect out of Valkyrie possible. If the team doesn't desperately need healing, switch to a damage boost instead.
    • Stay in motion and move unpredictably while using Valkyrie. Staying still while airborne makes Mercy easy prey for snipers like Widowmaker and Hanzo, or from ultimates like Soldier: 76's Tactical Visor and D.Va's Self Destruct.
    • Regeneration is always active while Valkyrie is, so Mercy can afford to be more aggressive.
    • While Resurrect is relatively untouched by Valkyrie, the mobility it provides as well as the buff to Regeneration can make it much easier to revive allies.

General Strategies

  • Mercy is a potent healer that can easily fit onto most teams. She is especially good when paired with allies who have no means of self-healing, or allies capable of dealing a lot of long-ranged damage like Pharah or Junkrat. When up against opponents with consistent, long range damage (such as Soldier: 76 or Hanzo), Mercy is an excellent pick for keeping her team alive.
  • Mercy is almost always a priority target for the enemy team due to the power of Resurrect. Keep your eyes on your surroundings constantly and watch to see if the enemy team starts bringing out heroes like Widowmaker or Genji to try and kill you. Whenever possible, try to heal allies from behind cover.
  • Playing Mercy is by nature a selfless endeavor... but don't forget to protect yourself. After all, a dead healer heals no one. Mercy has an amazing ability to heal herself automatically by just not taking damage for a while. Be sure to duck out of combat or find a health pack when your health gets low.
  • While it can be tempting to simply leap to an injured ally with Guardian Angel as soon as you see them, try to pay attention to where that will take you. You can easily end up flying into the line of fire of your opponents, making you an easy target for Widowmaker or Roadhog. Try to cancel Guardian Angel slightly before you arrive at the target to stay out of enemy fire. (Guardian Angel can be canceled by activating the ability again while in the air).
  • Mercy can either stick with her team, or she can "pocket" a single hero (usually Pharah), following them around providing them with both healing and a damage boost. While this can be a potent pairing, it's best to stay with the rest of your team if they have no other source of healing (such as from Soldier's Biotic Field or another Support).
  • One of the best skills to learn as Mercy, is when your team mates are likely to use a heavy damage dealing ultimate such as Reaper, Roadhog, Pharah or even Soldier: 76. Holding a damage boosting tether on a hero during their ultimate can significantly increase the potency and result in devastating damage to the enemy team. Get to know the audio call outs for each of these ultimate abilities so that you can instantly switch to them with your damage boosting beam.
  • Mercy isn't much of a fighter, with her only damaging weapon (the Caduceus Blaster) sporting a slow rate of fire and projectiles that require you to lead your target. Let your allies do most of the fighting for you. Try to keep your Caduceus Blaster holstered unless you're face-to-face with an opponent you cannot escape from. At the same time, don't be afraid of pulling it out if you're confident it will let your team take down a major threat. Using the blaster is more of a trade off - damage from your own weapon, or increased damage to an allies abilities. Learning when to use the blaster is key.

Story

Icon-Mercy.png
"Heroes Never Die."

A guardian angel to those who come under her care, Dr. Angela Ziegler is a peerless healer, a brilliant scientist, and a staunch advocate for peace.[1] She is one of the most gifted doctors in the world when it comes to medical technology, and has applied such technology to her own body;[2] effects have possibly included slowing/halting her ageing process. She likes Swiss chocolate.[3]

Pre-Overwatch

Ziegler was a longtime family friend of the Lindholms. As a teenager, she established herself as a medical prodigy. While still studying,[4] a young Ziegler visited Torbjörn in the hospital after the loss of his arm in Operation White Dome.[5]

Angela at the Overwatch base.

Later as she was still a student in university she would visit the Overwatch base and once posed for a photo with Torbjörn, other Overwatch members and a young Pharah.[6]

Overwatch

Mercy in a witch costume with Torbjörn on Halloween

After obtaining her MD and PHD in Switzerland,[7] Ziegler rose to become the head of surgery at a prominent Swiss hospital before pioneering a breakthrough in the field of applied nanobiology that radically improved the treatment of life-threatening illnesses and injuries. It was this expertise that attracted the attention of Overwatch.

Because her parents had been taken by war, Ziegler was opposed to the organization's militaristic approach to keeping global peace. Ultimately, she recognized that Overwatch offered her the opportunity to save lives on a much larger scale. As Overwatch's head of medical research, Angela sought to leverage her work for healing in frontline crises. The result was the Valkyrie swift-response suit, which Ziegler herself piloted on many Overwatch missions.[1]

During her Overwatch years, she once dressed as a witch for Halloween.[8]

Despite her contributions to Overwatch, she was often at odds with her superiors and the organization's overarching aims.[9] One example was the development of the biotic rifle by Torbjörn. Torbjörn provided assurances that the device was only intended for healing, but Ziegler maintained that this was setting Overwatch down a road that could lead to the weaponization of biotic technology, and that she had only conducted research in the field on the condition that it would not be used for offensive purposes.[10]

Retribution

Eight years before the present day, Ziegler treated Gerard Lacroix for injuries he received after surviving a Talon attack on the Blackwatch Rome facility. She reported that she expected him to make a full recovery.[11]

Uprising

Ziegler en-route to London during the King's Row Uprising

Seven years before the present day, Ziegler was involved in an unsanctioned mission authorized by Strike Commander Jack Morrison to end the King's Row Uprising in London, England. Earlier the same day, Ziegler argued with Morrison over Overwatch's inability to intervene in the conflict due to the English prime minister expressively forbidding of any Overwatch action within the United Kingdom. Dr. Ziegler expressed her concern for the thousands in the city who needed medical aid, and lamented how Overwatch was made to help people, not sit on the sidelines. After Jack authorized the mission, while preparing to board an aircraft, Ziegler welcomed Cadet Lena Oxton to the team. She commented on how her inspirational words convinced Jack to authorize the mission, and how he was very invested in her career, and had asked Ziegler to keep an eye on her. Zigler then told Oxton how she could call on her if she ever needed any help.[12]

The End of Overwatch

In Overwatch's final days, the group was faced with a series of allegations, and Ziegler was interrogated in the hearings conducted by the United Nations. In light of the fight between Overwatch members Jack Morrison and Gabriel Reyes, Ziegler admitted that the outcome had been inevitable. They had drifted further and further apart ever since Morrison had been chosen over Reyes for the position of strike commander, and that rift had widened despite her efforts.[9]

Post-Overwatch

Mercy helps the innocent

Ziegler ultimately left Overwatch due to being conflicted with the organization's militaristic methods.[13] Afterwards, Ziegler dedicated herself to helping those affected by war. Though she spends most of her time caring for the broken and dispossessed in crisis areas around the world, Dr. Ziegler can be counted on to don her Valkyrie suit whenever innocents are imperiled,[1] hoping to make a more peaceful world.[14] She continued to work in medical facilities, but with less advanced technology than what she had access to within Overwatch.[3] She reguarly visited the Lindholms during Christmas.[3]

Recall

When Winston issued a recall of Overwatch agents, Mercy was in the Middle East.[8] Mercy was unsure if Overwatch should be restored.[3]

Reflections

Mercy reads the letter

At Christmas, Mercy was working at an aid station. She received a letter, possibly sent by Genji.[15]

Achievements

Name Icon Description Reward
Group Health Plan
Ability-mercy1.png Restore 200 health for 5 players without dying as Mercy in Quick or Competitive play. Spray Mercy Pixel.png
Pixel
Huge Rez
Ability-mercy5.png Resurrect 6 teammates without dying in Quick or Competitive play. Spray Mercy Cute.png
Cute

Trivia

  • The official website used to state Mercy's age as 34. Recall retconned it to 37, and her info page on the official website has since been changed to match that.
  • Moira has some backstory with Mercy, as one utilized tech developed by the other.[16]
  • Mercy had a different voice actress early in the beta; the role was later recast with Lucie Pohl, who is fluent in German.[17]
  • A magazine image of Mercy could be found in an outhouse on Route 66. The magazine was removed in a later patch.[18]
  • In reply to a support ticket, Blizzard jokingly stated that Mercy's heart "belongs to Roadhog".[19]
  • The Witch's resurrecting voice line, "My servants never die!", was added for Mercy's Witch skin due to fan request.[21]
  • A Mercy Funko Pop figure will go on sale in 2018.[22]
  • A 36cm Mercy statue is on sale from the Blizzard Store.[23]

Development

The cancelled Guardian class

Mercy's design stems from a playable class in the cancelled Project Titan; in the original pitch for the game that would become Overwatch, the class was named Guardian and was invisioned as wielding a heal beam and a weapon called a stinger, with abilities named Salvation and Resurrection. In a later pitch she was named Angelica and was envisioned as also having a teleport. She was later renamed Mercy, which had previously been Pharah's name.[24]

Videos

Official

Curse

Patch Notes History

For more information, see Patch Notes

March 21st, 2017

General Updates
Custom Game and Game Browser
  • When setting up a Custom Game, players can now disable or modify abilities activated with the secondary fire button
Hero Updates
  • Caduceus Staff
    • The amount of increased damage that’s done when boosting another player is now tracked under the match statistics and on the Career Profile page

February 28th, 2017

Hero Updates
  • Resurrect
    • While performing a resurrection, Mercy now becomes temporarily invulnerable along with the allies being revived
  • Caduceus Staff
    • Zenyatta can no longer be targeted when Transcendence is active
  • New Hero Option: Guardian Angel Sensitivity
    • Allows players to adjust Guardian Angel’s targeting sensitivity
  • New Hero Option: Beam Sensitivity
    • Allows players to adjust targeting sensitivity on Mercy’s Caduceus Staff beams
Developer Comments
Mercy’s Resurrect has always been very powerful, but it often forces her to sacrifice herself to use it well. There have been changes in the past that attempted to help her in this area, but haven’t done enough to solve it. This change means that once she uses the ability, she will always survive long enough to be with her team again.

January 24th, 2017

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug with the placement of Mercy’s wings on her Valkyrie and Sigrún skins

January 12th, 2017

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug that was allowing Mercy to resurrect players that had fallen off the map to their death

December 13th, 2016

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Mercy from using Resurrect in rare situations on King’s Row

November 30th, 2016

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug that allowed Mercy to receive Ultimate charge when using her Cadueus Staff to increase teammates’ damage when they’re not damaging enemies

November 15th, 2016

Hero Balance Change
  • Ultimate costs have been increased by 25% for all heroes
Developer Comment
Game-changing ultimate abilities were coming up a bit too frequently. This change helps keep them in check while still allowing them to be powerful.
  • Passive health regeneration now activates when Mercy avoids taking damage for 1 second (formerly 3 seconds)
Developer Comment
This change allows Mercy to survive more easily by evading enemy fire.
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug preventing Mercy’s staff from showing up in the “Guardian Angel” highlight intro with her Cobalt skin equipped

September 13th, 2016

General Update
General
  • Players should now see fewer Plays of the Game featuring Mercy’s Resurrection ability

September 1, 2016

General Updates
General
  • When activating the "Needs healing" communication while targeting a teammate, Ana, Lúcio, Mercy, and Zenyatta will now tell allies to group up to receive healing. A marker will also appear above the player's head, allowing teammates to locate the healer more quickly
Hero Balance Update
  • Ultimates that consume the ultimate meter when activated will now drain the meter more quickly (.25 second instead of 1 second)
  • Reverted a recent change that reduced the size of heroes' projectiles
  • Most hero abilities will no longer interrupt quick melee attacks
  • Ultimate abilities will now interrupt quick melee attacks
Developer Comments
Altering the size of projectiles in flight had too many unintended side effects to keep in the game, at least in its current form. We will continue watching this and make additional changes if necessary. We’re also making quick melee more consistent when interacting with enemy abilities.
  • Caduceus Staff
    • Healing Beam
    • Healing-per-second has been increased by 20%
  • Resurrect
    • Resurrected allies will be able to maneuver after 2.25 seconds (reduced from 3 seconds)
Developer Comments
Resurrection now allows teammates to jump back into the fight more quickly, which should help Mercy survive after activating her ultimate. Mercy's healing is also getting a boost to solidify her role as a strong, single-target healer.

July 19, 2016

General
  • Self-healing abilities now charge ultimate abilities. As a result, some heroes’ ultimate costs have been adjusted (see below).
Hero Balance Change
  • Caduceus Staff
    • Damage Boost
      • Effect will no longer stacks with bonus damage provided by another Mercy
  • Resurrect
    • Ultimate charge cost increased by 30%
    • Movement is no longer prevented during activation
    • Guardian Angel instantly resets upon use
Developer Notes
Mercy's ultimate is one of the most powerful abilities in the game; however, players would often fly into the fray and die while using it. With this update, Resurrect will now take a bit longer to charge, but Mercy will be a lot safer when activating the ability in the middle of combat.
Bug Fixes
  • [PC Only] Fixed a bug that caused Mercy’s Caduceus Staff beam to disconnect from its target if the player a) quickly switched between healing and damage beams by holding down both mouse buttons and/or b) was facing away from the target at the time of the switch

June 21, 2016

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug that would sometimes cause projectiles to hit Reinhardt instead of his Barrier Field in "High Bandwidth" Custom Games

June 14, 2016

Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug that allowed Mercy to gain Ultimate charge whenever damage boosting an ally who was attacking a barrier or Ice Wall

References

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  2. 2017-05-17, Blizzard's Jeff Kaplan Answers Overwatch Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED. YouTube, accessed on 2017-05-18
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Overwatch, Mercy Quotes
  4. 2018-03-21, STORY UPDATE: BRIGITTE Q&A. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2018-03-24
  5. 2018-02-24, STORY UPDATE: A LETTER FROM TORBJÖRN TO HIS WIFE. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2018-02-25
  6. 2017-04-29, Thinking Globally: Building the Optimistic Future of Overwatch Michael Chu: "...and you have university student Mercy who's visiting the Overwatch base..." YouTube. Accessed on 2018-03-01.
  7. Overwatch, Mercy Cosmetics
  8. 8.0 8.1 Recall
  9. 9.0 9.1 2015-07-07, Fading Glory: On the Trail of Jack Morrison. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2015-07-07
  10. 2016-07-06, Communications Records of Ziegler, A. – Overwatch File 00231 – Security Classification: CONFIDENTIAL. Twitter, accessed on 2016-07-07
  11. Retribution
  12. 2017-04-05, Overwatch Digital Comic: "Uprising" PlayOverwatch. Accessed on 2017-04-05
  13. 2017-12-22, Every Overwatch Hero Explained by Blizzard’s Michael Chu | WIRED. Youtube, accessed on 2017-12-23
  14. 2014-11-24, BlizzCon 2014 – Overwatch Unveiled Panel Transcript. Blizzplanet, accessed on 2015-03-08
  15. Tracer: Reflections
  16. 2017-11-12, BlizzCon 2017 Overwatch: What’s Next Panel Transcript. Blizzplanet, accessed on 2017-11-19
  17. Overwatch Beta Patch Notes – March 8, 2016
  18. 2016-03-26, Blizzard Patches Masturbation Gag Out Of Overwatch. Kotaku, accessed on 2016-03-26
  19. 2016-09-08, "I wrote a message to Blizzard, asking if I could marry Mercy... This was their response..." Reddit.
  20. Game.come - Overwatch Origins Edition. Retrieved on 2015-11-05.
  21. 2016-10-14, My Servants Never Die (Petition) Battle.net forums, accessed on 2016-10-26.
  22. 2018-02-19, New Overwatch toys and figurines coming to Toy Fair 2018. Blizzard Watch, accessed on 2018-02-20
  23. Mercy Statue, Blizzard Store. Accessed on 2018-04-07
  24. Blizzcon 2017, Overwatch: Archives

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