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Reverse MvM is a combination of [https://sigwiki.potato.tf/index.php/WaveSchedule custom popfile keyvalues] that flips the teams and win conditions.  Instead of defending against hordes of robots, players are spawned on the blue team and must fight their way to the hatch and deliver the bomb.  Designing missions around this concept can be very complex and requires heavy usage of [https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2289315026 Point Templates].  It is highly recommended that you have a basic understanding of hammer and map logic beforehand, as well as a deep understanding of our [https://testing.potatomvm.tf/mvm_bigrock_sigdemo.pop popfile mods].   
Reverse MvM is a combination of [https://sigwiki.potato.tf/index.php/WaveSchedule custom popfile keyvalues] that flips the teams and win conditions.  Instead of defending against hordes of robots, players are spawned on the blue team and must fight their way to the hatch and deliver the bomb.  Designing missions around this concept can be very complex and requires heavy usage of [https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2289315026 Point Templates].  It is highly recommended that you have a basic understanding of hammer and map logic beforehand, as well as a deep understanding of our [https://testing.potatomvm.tf/mvm_bigrock_sigdemo.pop popfile mods].   


An example popfile for Rottenburg can be found [https://testing.potato.tf/tf/scripts/population/mvm_rottenburg_reverse_core_logic.pop here].
An example popfile for Rottenburg can be found [https://testing.potato.tf/tf/scripts/population/mvm_rottenburg_reverse_core_logic.pop here].  Red robot template files can be found [https://www.dropbox.com/s/c9lri6egkhp5o8o/redbots.zip?dl=1 here].


== Maps ==
== Maps ==

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