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  1. I think it was, it was just incredibly hard to read in the original due to quality. To me, it feels like this was just the pre-timeline era and they may have had a different story for what happened to her mother, in which she possibly dies at a later time under a different circumstance.
  2. Here are most of the ads written out, some were very hard to read, even with really good images (I'm looking at you Ugly Sounds and Space Ice). Any mispellings were already there and left for authenticity. Some small tidbits are the address used for Tanbor Fudgely Co. (Treyarch's address), the Aztec day signs Cipactli (crocodile; east), Ehecatl (wind ; north), Cali (house; west), Cuetzpalin (lizard; south), Coatl (snake; east), as well as this interesting line:
  3. The keeper language is written in base9, so when you have a number, such as 470, you have to convert it to base10, which would be the number 387, which means protect, keep. Same goes for 351, which becomes 289, or eternity, forever.
  4. Actually, the correct translation for the string is "Protect forever". All you need to translate are 470->074 (protect) and 351->153 (eternity, forever). That grouping of 3 symbols before protect actually dictates that protect is the subject, not contributing to the word.
  5. The Nazi's also took control of Dunkirk (and other ports, I believe) and built a stronghold there. The Siege of Dunkirk took place in 1944, which was towards the end of the war, so that could also be a possibility. I haven't read that about WWII zombies so it may be true, I'm unsure.
  6. The Latin translates out to 'Holy Roman Emperor', and this was Frederick 1. It could be in reference to Operation Barbarossa, though. Also at the bottom of the decoder, there appears to be coordinates, 51.0344n 2.3768e, which lead to Dunkirk, France.
  7. I will say, it DID take some EE hunting skills to solve that little cipher of yours, but where it leads... I'm working on it...
  8. Oh oh, lots of neat stuff going on! Love it! That easter egg sounds pretty interesting, might just have to take a stab at it.
  9. "Thanks to the sacrifice of Maxis and the contraption called Sophia. all the 115 has been purged from the final universe. Thank fucking god. Time to get some rest. -M"
  10. Yeah, it was just an error. That entire code was 50 shades of messed up, and no matter what we did we couldn't get it to change from ivan, so you shouldn't worry too much about that.
  11. There are actually more locations where you could potentially place an audio reel, so I would expect at least 3 more.
  12. I don't think there are videos of these yet but I can check, if not I can go into a game and try and locate them. EDIT: the radio about Brock and Gary looking for *Agartha is in here, and the other is here.
  13. There are actually 2 more radios that may go along with the CotD radios, although they need to be double checked to make sure they're correct/are from the same person. That second radio actually follows the end of Radio 5 from Shangri-La.
  14. I had actually discussed the base64 cipher (at least TheGiant) being either an image or something along those lines with them but I don't understand enough about it to actually say, would be neat if it wound up like that.
  15. These 2 ciphers are EXACTLY the same cipher, it's just that the one inside the bunker area is flipped horizontally and turned 180 degrees... odd.

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