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Abel!

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  1. In the old picture of the man in the mask, it looks as if there are black spherical objects coming from somewhere from the window, and the machines rod looks as though it has reached a point of discovery [with the glowing light in the middle.] However in the new development it looks as if the machine has came into contact with a gravitational force, pulling debris toward it. Maybe this machine is to terraform a planet, or they're making dramatic changes to earth. Or they are collecting something that could be element 115, but I'm not convinced they would need that anymore.
  2. In earnest I don't really believe that it's the GK like I said, or Broken Arrow, since BA are American. It may actually be Group 601, which methods are believed to be surrounding mind-control expirments, HAARP, and looked to be the underlining factor throughout our Black Ops II maps and characters. And it's also believed that Group 601 are responsible for the drill in Nuketown. And I don't know what it means by "individuals in ice", it may be a pun to his surroundings, or he is being literal and saying that their bodies are on ice apart from their heads... It doesn't sound important anyway. Whatever that drill is collecting - maybe Element 115 or other resources - it looks like it's expelling its energies into the atmosphere... Whatever it's doing.
  3. Ah, sorry. " Finally the lab is almost complete. Security measures have been put in place so the chance of detection by the Americans is very unlikely. We also have several agents embedded with the staff as insurance. We will keep the individuals in stasis, on ice to speak, and continue the specimen rotation once we finish drawing more power from the drill. Oh, I almost forgot, the sequencing for the current blood samples is as follows: SSMJABR " From the Gorod Krovi terminal.
  4. There are zombies like the Warden, George, and maybe even the Crabmen, but I think they are influenced more by the dark energies of the Aether than simply programmed. Like the ones in GK
  5. Here's a mental idea. Hold me. What if Marlton, Misty, Stulinger and Russman, are [unknowingly] sleeper-agents? Their minds modified, such and such. Maybe this goes deeper. In the comic-book which was just released, it showed us a Zombie capable of controlling other zombies - at least that is what it looked like - and dodging Misty's bullet, which is a technique used in the past More on that below,] Maybe it's even capable of cognitive thought? There's evidence in Gorod Krovi that tells us that the Marlton and company were at some point 'property' of a specific group. May it be government, Broken Arrow, or whoever. This idea isn't new to us. The first Black Ops was centered around the idea of 'mind control' and MK/GK experiments. So to have these new characters in Black Ops II come into play, why not carry on the tradition? " Finally the lab is almost complete. Security measures have been put in place so the chance of detection by the Americans is very unlikely. We also have several agents embedded with the staff as insurance. We will keep the individuals in stasis, on ice to speak, and continue the specimen rotation once we finish drawing more power from the drill. Oh, I almost forgot, the sequencing for the current blood samples is as follows: SS-M-JAB-R " What's also interesting, and this may sound like a big stretch, Is the coincidental 'GK' initializing Gorod Krovi, that may of been a knod? But there is more to this. In the map itself, it shows us Russia's massive advancements in its technological leap compared to Germany, who were focusing on manipulating energies, and so on. The Mangler actually has a Russian accent, that is stupendously mental! They are bloody show-offs, aren't they? My point being is, the Russians were advanced enough to make zombies dodge bullets back-in-Ascension. Why don't you guess what else had that capability? If this is true, then it begs the following questions. Are these Zombies [in 2025] being controlled by a specific group with a specific agenda, or are these Zombies with cognitive functions just left to squander on their own free will? And where do the Tranzit crew come into fold? Yeah. This post is kind of mental but I'd like to see how much there is to expand on it! [NOTE: The message in the Gorod Krovi terminal contradicts the when the map takes place. The reason for this could be due to realities bleeding into eachother. It is what it is.]
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  7. Well, Black Ops III has been a miserable story to process. The only thing making me accept how the story unfolded, is the angle I've came up with to view these changes. You might hate it, but to put it simply:  You are the Kn-44. :b0205:

  8. Found something interesting in Treyarch's "Nikolai_Memories" video I'd like to share. Around the 1:07 mark of the video you see something moving in the background that is not a Zombie. Just before we see this, quote Nikolai: I can no longer deny the possibility of an unseen power, a guiding hand helping us to fulfill our destiny. After he says this the background fades back to the forest and pans to the right, and as this happens to can hear faint screech from the distance. He concludes with: My path is chosen, our fate has sealed. Before the video cuts to the scene, a figure of an animal is moving beyond the tree [on the right of the screen.] Here are what I believe are its horns, and if you look closely at its movement in the video, you'll see that it's an animal and its body, even the head. Understanding that this story has a lot of Norse mythology influences, I researched anything in its relation to Elk, Deer or Stag in the legends, and found something that has a surprisingly stellar comparison with Black Ops III. The legend of four red Deer named Dáinn, Dvalinn, Duneyrr and Duraþrór arching their necks, gnawing & chomping on the branches of the The World Tree. Why is this important and why the symbolism? The particular tree their gnawing on (Yggdrasil) that is an immense mythical tree that connects the nine worlds in Norse cosmology, regarded to be at the center of their universe. And what do we know of Black Ops III that is not so dissimilar to this idea? What do you think about this theory? I feel very certain that it's an Elk/stag in that video, if not it is something. I think I'm right in making this connection with Corvus and the frozen forest, etc. Especially during the time Nikolai talks about a 'guiding hand'. See for yourself. How far do you think this goes? If the unseen power are Stags, are we the Devils wolves?
  9. That SDF guy looks a lot like the guy in the Ascension poster... :ubergeek:

    1. Stop Mocking Me0

      Stop Mocking Me0

      It's not.. Do you really think they'd think SO far ahead: 

      "Look men, we know in a few years time, this zombies mode will be SO big it destroys infinity ward's obvious flop at a game and they'll end up having to copy our zombies mode JUST to keep sales up to when WE take the reins again. Just to prove this, we'll give them the character in an obscure map-pack 1 poster!"

    2. Abel!

      Abel!

      Oh yeah and elephants are microwaves! :sweat:

  10. Space pirates though bro... Give me bloody space pirates. FLING IT IN ME @INFINITYWARD
  11. Powerman 5000: Worlds Collide. Good to add to a Z playlist :)

  12. Yo!

    Too familiar...
  13. Well this just breaks my cold heart...

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