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The new Hero has only been on PTR for a few of days, but we can already get the gist of what she's about, and the intrepid clip gatherers and posters over on r/overwatch have quite the collection of Orisa in (various degrees of funny) action.

Let's start off slow, with how her beetle skin actually has beetles (or beetle parts) in it. When she reloads check out the sides of the gun. (Source)

Next up, it seems she's actually made of magnets, or at least her punching hand is, which is a nice advantage, since no one really knows how they work. (Source)

Then it's time for some early myth-busting, as Zarya's Graviton Surge goes up against our new favorite bot and gets Halt!-ed. (Source)

Next up on the versus chopping block is Reinhardt, and his charge also falls to the new kid in town, quite literally. (Source)

For the half-time of this post, why not actually get a useful tip? This is how you can protect Orisa's ult. (Source).

Time for the weird stuff. This particular Tracer took the Halt! thing WAY too seriously and got into a bit of a time loop it seems. Luckily Torbjörn used his advanced knowledge of space-time dynamics and fixed her problem, as easily and delicately as if it was a regular turret. (Source)

Also, by Overwatch law, there can't be a clip collection that does not feature at least one weird or funny basketball-related thing, so here. (Source)

And finally, as per OW law No.345, there must be boops. These aren't your typical boops, however, but they serve the same purpose - to humiliate and enrage the opposing player. (Source 1) (Source 2)

And that's all (for now anyway). Hopefully we learned something about the new Hero, or at least laughed at her poor victims.

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