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  1. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    A little off topic here, but "No Smoking" signs appear in almost every map, english and other languages. I find that funny, is it something else or just Treyarch trying to educate the audience/youth? The first time we come across a text version of "Der Riese" is on a scrap of paper in Shi No Numa, and it is spelt incorrectly. It is spelt "Der Reise" = The Travel The person who wrote that note probably wasn't fluent in German. Die Glocke is missing an "e" at the end. Also, a lot of people misspell Der Riese all the time. The tidbits about the generators and the Ray Gun are interesting. Now my brain hurts even more... Although it would've been fine if we just stick with the fact that the Box displaces weapons from the past and the future. Just a question: is Richtofen's quote about the Mark II heard in-game, or is it a cut quote only found in audio files?
  2. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Well most radios in BO Zombies are box-shaped :lol:
  3. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Isn't it just a simple radio though? I think the guy speaking in the recording was just going crazy. It is possible that there were other towers that could've been used in Maxis' plan, but were sabotaged since the people he asked to help were too incompetent and would always fight each other instead of zombies. I mean, relying on three towers alone is a bit risky for a plan.
  4. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Of all the things that don't make sense, this is probably one of the craziest. Suppose your theory is true, Marlton would be a boy at this age, either grade school or teenager. A little too young to be a radiation scientist. The government would have to be batshit crazy to send a little boy into a radiation zone :roll: Roughly 15 years of age. Just enough to be a child protege. Now he'd be 35 years of age. Just enough to fit his physical appearance. Is it likely? You could debate that. But we have evidence to say this is true. And there is no reason that it HAS to be not true. You only discard evidence when left no alternative. This is not the case. There are arguments to be made with the evidence, and so they have been taken. I'm just saying it's not normal, even for America, to be sending a kid into a place like that. Even if he is some sort of whiz kid. But since I can't back my argument any further, I guess this would have to be put to a rest for now. I hate Treyarch so much for keeping Marlton's background a secret... We know pretty much everyone's backstory now, except his :evil:
  5. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Of all the things that don't make sense, this is probably one of the craziest. Suppose your theory is true, Marlton would be a boy at this age, either grade school or teenager. A little too young to be a radiation scientist. The government would have to be batshit crazy to send a little boy into a radiation zone :roll:
  6. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Yeah, this is the part that intrigues me. Now how or why would a boy genius be inside a bunker at Nuketown 20 years before? :roll:
  7. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Alright, I see your point... Something just occured to me though: Russman was fired from Broken Arrow and traveled through the world since the apocalypse began. We see him in the Buried cutscene at that point, and he pretty much looks the same as he is now. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but Russman is a pretty old dude. How would he live through decades fighting zombies, with all sorts of old people's sickness? By the time of Buried, he's already past 75, probably 80 already. Also on the subject matter of age, Marlton and Misty look very young, pretty much in their 20s-30s. Some might argue against that, but I seriously doubt they're past their 40s.
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    But then there's still Richtofen's "just getting used to the Aether" quote. If Maxis meant decades literally, then they're contradicting each other. Best bet is that Maxis was exaggerating the situation.
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    Good point. But technically, anyone would forget about normal life after weeks and months of fighting zombies. It doesn't have to be years or decades.
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    Yeah because I look for survivors in the apocalypse BEFORE the apocalypse =_= Again, you're jumping to conclusion. When did Maxis say he was looking for SURVIVORS? He could just be looking for people who can help him fight against zombies. Of course, not everything has to be taken literally. Maxis might have been exaggerating the situation as well.
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    If I say that is because I've seen theories by which they came to make the link between Feynman and zombie mode. Another character ? : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hendrik_Casimir And I'm reading, but I don't understand why Tranzit-Buried are in 2045. Yes, but not all theories can be included in this thread. Casimir actually is included. The Casimir Mechanism. The actual person isn't a concern to us. I mean, we have a Volt Meter, but that doesn't mean Alessandro Volta is a critical part of the storyline. TranZit, Die Rise, and Buried are in 2045 because Maxis tells us that it has been decades since the world was blown up. The world was blown up in 2025+. Decades = 20+ years. Therefore, 2025 + C + 20 + C = 2045 + C. So 2045, minimum. I'm pretty sure that part has never been mentioned. He said he has been searching, but he never specified since when. He could've been searching some times after his soul was sucked into the MPD, up to 2025, which would make a pretty hefty amount of time for "decades".
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    What I find to be most interesting about this audio log is not what he's saying about Samantha, however the very last line. "I fear my sanity may be slipping away from me." To what is he referring? He thinks his sanity's slipping, does that mean he may be forgetting she's his child? Is he "going insane" having to tend to the girl? Does he thinks he's losing sanity by just hearing these things about Agartha and imprisonment? The last line is very intriguing to me, and there's plenty of options. Some more likely than others. I think anyone would find it hard to stay sane while hearing voices in their head. Richtofen is a prime example.
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    Considering that Maxis was so old in 1918, I'd assume his wife is the same. Even if she was alive some years before that, no way she could've had Samantha. Plus, when we're talking about a mysterious child who is trapped within Agartha and can control zombies, I'd like to think we're dealing with something more mystical than that Nice theory though. Just wouldn't work in this case. I just had a theory myself and its still a work in progress. But what if Maxis really did have a daughter at some point named Samantha and she did at some point get taken as we know to Agartha and all that. But instead she lost herself and became merely a soul like everyone else. How do we know for sure it was really her though that we have been helping out. Who ever was controlling the zombies could have merely manifested themselves as her (its a manipulation tactic very common) as they supposedly tried to free her back at Griffin Station. I mean get it, whoever was controlling the zombies wasn't likely to be freed unless they pretended to be someone that everyone knew and to some extent either loved/felt guilty about/worried ect.. We know Maxis if he thought it was his daughter would do anything to get her back and free her, that is what a father would do. Richtofen would ultimately feel guilty about what he did and with what was going on with his mind being slowly deteriorated his mind could have been slowly molded and manipulated so he would feel guilty eventually. All of this was so that ancient being could finally be freed and either return or come to our world as they were locked away. Yes I know this theory is far fetched and I am fully aware it has some open holes here and there and I am aware where those holes are but those can be worked out. But just think about it. (not to mention that manipulation on this grand of a scale has happened before and been used before) Good theory. But there's just one really big hole in it: Maxis was pretty sure himself that "no such child exists" when Samantha claims to be his daughter. This is basically proof he's never had a child before, let alone a daughter. I do think that Samantha has something to do with the ancient evil. Whether she is the ancient evil herself or not, I do not know. But one thing's for sure: she is definitely NOT related to Maxis by blood. There are absolutely no relationship between them before Origins.
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    Considering that Maxis was so old in 1918, I'd assume his wife is the same. Even if she was alive some years before that, no way she could've had Samantha. Plus, when we're talking about a mysterious child who is trapped within Agartha and can control zombies, I'd like to think we're dealing with something more mystical than that Nice theory though. Just wouldn't work in this case.
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    It's the only logical explanation anyway. The radio about Samantha really intrigues me. One way or another, Samantha just can't be Maxis' legitimate daughter. Question is, why would she claim Maxis to be her father? Are all the radios transcripted? Because I'd love to hear one about the PaP machine. If he brought her up as a daughter then that can be a reason. She can also view him as a father. Maxis seems to view Samantha as his daughter also this was proven by diary entries and audio logs from other maps as well as Maxis's dialogue on previous maps. I can see Maxis adopting Samantha after the events of Origins. Point is, why did she suddenly pick Maxis to be her "father" at that time? They don't even know each other. She could've even picked Richtofen. So why Maxis?
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