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  1. The game is out my friends, perhaps not for all of us but for some. So, of course, it's feedback and opinions time! This thread is intended as if developers are reading it and you are providing critical but constructive feedback (don't be afraid to say nice things either!), so please keep it professional while letting loose in whatever direction you want. Per usual try not to just rant about something if you haven't played much of the map and only really seen gameplay.

     

    Anyway, let us know what you think!!

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  2. Hello all, Tac here. October 20, 2010 was my first day on this forum, right before Black Ops and quite near the beginning of my comprehensible life (26 now this month). Sometimes that doesn't seem very crazy to me and then other days it seems simply incredible, I've made as close of connections to people on this forum as my closest IRL friends (and fuck off if you sneer at that like it can't be true). Per usual I feel I've thought about this post a lot as it approached but as I've come to create it, I'm more at a loss for words than expected. Real quick on that point I want to shout out @Ehjookayted for the way he was able to speak to and rally the forum.

     

    I have expressed this many times before but, for me, this CoDz Forum is home because it taught me how to think as a young man. During all the free-flying theory days of BO1, debates on this forum were raucous but the thing that held it together was knowing everyone really just wanted to get as close to the truth of the story as possible, which I sense again in the CoDz community today. With so much of the early story seemingly leaning into real history, which I don't claim is better or worse but just that it's where I have a bias, we kept each other grounded in what we actually saw in-game and then everyone would run wild on the rest. There were great debates over whether maps were out of order for example, or grand ideas on how to incorporate random things we see in a map because so much of the story was untold. Everyone had their ideas and what we now call headcanon, but what the story offered me was a way to debate contested points with a respectful community and learn to reflect on how I thought about facts, even if just in the zombie universe.

     

    But anyway to a point within that, it wasn't just trying to get to the bottom of the story, it was caring about the people in this tightknit community. The site was and is mixed with incredible personalities that help it move forward. Harkening back, having MMX just ruthlessly call someone out for what he believed just couldn't be the case transformed the whole zombies community by the end with his four hour story video, but the forum never collapsed over abrasive personalities it helped move it forward. I am proud to say I was one of the few that stuck with him til the end of his project, debating and arguing almost just for the sake of it.

     

    Dunno where I'm going with this but don't gatekeep how people should interpret events in the story and let people just theory-craft and throw shit against the wall (CoDz is the home of Samantha ffs!) as Treyarch is constantly rewriting this work of art, try to find the best in people (which @anonymous does best here), and be positive.

     

    A negative community will go nowhere.

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  3. 13 minutes ago, PINNAZ said:

    Massive amount of effort in this one @Tac. Massive Brains mate

     

    Did you manage to save all of the tapes?

    Two people I know have them. Joshwoocool has every single tape with the numbers (https://www.youtube.com/user/Joshwoocool) and then the acct I linked about, I think Nehpets, has V1 versions of all tapes. And thank you pinnaz!! I want to do this for all of them, should get easier as the time ranges move into the future too.

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  4. As far as I can get on tracking down every clip from the 1961-62 PTP tape. 

     

     

    Spoiler

     

    Clip 1

    Late April, 1961. NBC’s Chet Huntley reporting on the French takeover of Algeria.

     

    “The French Army has seized Algeria in its revolt against de Gaulle, more on that later. In Laos, the government’s army suffered its worst defeat, evacuating its last stronghold in north-central Laos. Now the communists may want to begin the ceasefire talks.”

     

    Clip 2

    October 6, 1960. Senator and Presidential Candidate Kennedy speaking in Cincinnati, Ohio.

     

    “And I believe in the 1960’s, the United States can once again capture the imagination of the world.”

     

    Clip 3

    Before April 12, 1960 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco as snow falls across the country.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqLY81jiQ78

     

    “Chicago, the Windy City, is both windy and snowy in the wake of a storm which leaves more than half a foot. Temperatures dropped to zero during the storm. San Francisco gets the heaviest snow in thirty years. Children, many of whom have never seen snow before, are more spellbound than snowbound, but they soon learn what to do with the stuff.”

     

    Clip 4

    January 20, 1961. President Kennedy’s inauguration; first quote edited for clarity (recitations removed).

     

    “I, John Kennedy, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."

    *video and sound distortion*

    *video cuts to inaugural speech*

    “And so my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.”

     

    Clip 5

    March 26-27, 1961. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy narrates the first meeting of Kennedy and McMIllan on March 26, 1961; USSR Foreign Minister Gromyko gives remarks March 27.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787188

     

    “British Prime Minister Harold McMillan arrives in Key West, Florida for a conference with the President on the explosive crisis in Laos. They jointly declared determination to prevent the south-east Asian kingdom from being taken over by communist supported rebels. Also discussed is Britain’s ceasefire proposal to Moscow.

    *video cuts to Russian at microphone receiving a question from a reporter*

    “Mr. Gromyko, is the Soviet Union willing to agree to a ceasefire in Laos?”

    “We touch the conversation of this topic, uh, I have nothing to say publicly at this moment.”

     

    Clip 6

    March 2, 1961. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy describes the Guy La Roche collection.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787181

     

    “The look for ‘61 will recall the jazz age. And where Paris leads the rest of the fashion world are likely to follow.”

     

    Clip 7

    August 13, 1961. Unknown news clip. About the erection of the Berlin Wall.

     

    “Here was a new symbol of communist ruthlessness. Overnight, East Berlin became a concentration camp, sealing in the inhabitants of th// sector. Barbed wire and cement were the answers to the refugee problem.”

     

    Clip 8

    June 4, 1961. NATO Footage from the Vienna Summit.

    https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/declassified_156163.htm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3DWwQkv8HM

     

    “Khrushchev repeats his threat to sign a separate peace treaty with East Germany, which he claims, wrongly, will end all Western rights in Berlin.”

     

    Clip 9

    October 26, 1961. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy gives an update on the Berlin Wall.

    http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_8ADBD2EFFDA148009F02B277D4A30F6C

     

    “Served with an order by East German authorities that all U.S. personnel must show identification before entering that section of Berlin, American troops answer with the only language the reds seem to understand - a show of arms.”

     

    Clip 10

    January 5, 1961. NBC News.

    https://static.nbclearn.com/files/nbcarchives/site/pdf/999.pdf

     

    “Castro marked the second anniversary of his revolution with the biggest military parade ever staged in Cuba, featuring tanks and other heavy weapons from Russia and red Czechoslovakia. Shortly afterwards, Castro demanded the United States embassy drastically reduce its staff to eleven persons. It was the last straw in his long campaign of provocation and harassment.”

     

    Clip 11

    May 25, 1961. Before Congress and the people, President Kennedy calls on the nation.

     

    "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to Earth. No single space project in this period will be more impressive to mankind, or more important for the long-range exploration of space; and none will be so difficult or expensive to accomplish."

     

    Clip 12

    April 17, 1961. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy. 

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4729437/user-clip-bay-pigs-invasion

     

    “The assault has begun on the dictatorship of Fidel Castro. Cuban army pilots opened the first phase of organized revolt with bombing raids on three military bases.”

     

    Clip 13

    April 17, 1961. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy. 

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4729437/user-clip-bay-pigs-invasion

     

    “In Havana, Acting Foreign Minister Olivares shows diplomats rockets fired from the Cuban raiders which he claims have U.S. markings.”

     

    Clip 14

    April 17, 1961. United States Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai Stevenson.

     

    “These charges are totally false and I deny them categorically. The United States has committed no aggression against Cuba and no offensive has been launched from Florida or from any other part of the United States.”

     

    Clip 15

    December 29, 1962. First Lady Kennedy speaks Spanish during the Orange Bowl in Miami.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72z2025GyBE

     

    “Es un honor para mí al estar hoy, entre un grupo de los hombres más valientes del mundo y de participar en la alegría que tienen que ser los miembros de sus familias quienes por tanto tiempo vivieron esperanzadas, rogaron, y esperaron.  Me siento orgullosa de mi hijo haya conocido a sus oficiales. Este es un demasiado joven para darse cuenta de lo que ha ocurrido aquí, pero yo me ocuparé de contarle la historia de vuestra valentía según vaya haciendo. Es mi deseo y mi esperanza que algún día llegue a ser un hombre por lo menos la mitad de los valientes que han sido que han sido los miembros de la brigada 2506. Buena suerte.”

     

    “It is an honor for me to be among a group of the most brave men in the world today and to participate in the achievement of the members of the families that have lived, hoped, begged and waited for so long. I am proud that my son has met these officers. He is too young to realize what happened here, but one day I'll be responsible for telling him the story of your bravery as you go along. It is my wish and my hope that someday I will raise my son to be at least half as brave as they have been .. that the members of the 2605 brigade have been. Good luck.”

     

    Clip 16

    May 1, 1961. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Castro gloated over his victory and told the world that Cuba was now a socialist nation and would hold no more elections. The next day, the United States officially proclaimed Cuba to be a Communist satellite state.”

     

    Clip 17

    Flight: April 12, 1961. Clip: January 1, 1962. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787656

     

    “Man had his first great success in space, when the Russians pushed a man across the threshold. He was Yuri Gagarin, the astronaut the Russians lionized as the first to orbit the Earth. It was the propaganda coup of the year.”

     

    Clip 18

    Flight: May 5, 1961. Unknown clip.

     

    “Today this Redstone-Mercury is the center of world attention as Lt. Commander Shepherd walks to the elevator that will carry him 65 feet aloft to the capsule. It’s 6:20 A.M., a moment of history.”

    *static*

    3...2...1...0.

     

    “The rocket performs perfectly as it lifts the funnel-shaped capsule gracefully al-.”

    *static*

    “115 miles up, he went 300 miles downrange right on target and was picked up by waiting helicopters. The triumph of Alan B. Shepherd, U.S. space pioneer.

    *static*

    “As the captain prepared to leave the capsule, explosive bolts on the escape hatch let go, and the Mercury is lost. However the Moon gets closer.”

     

    Clip 19

    Fall of 1961. CNN.

    http://edition.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1007/24/cnr.08.html

    https://archive.org/details/CNN_20100726_020000_CNN_Newsroom (10:34pm)

     

    “Albany, Georgia. A negro fight against segregation is led by the Reverend Martin Luther King.”

    *audible singing of “Let it Shine”*

    MLK: “And if necessary, we must be willing to fill up the jails all over the state of Georgia.”

     

    Clip 20

    Explosion: October 30, 1961. Unknown clip of the Tsar Bomb explosion with non-English commentary, followed by an unknown policymaker/lawmaker clip.

     

    *Speaking in Spanish with bomb exploding*

    *video cuts to American policymaker speaking*

    “Just why, uh, the Soviet Union would wish to detonate a 50 megaton explosion is something about which we can all speculate.”

     

    Clip 21

    Fall of 1962. American Radio Works production (at least partially).

    http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/prestapes/transcript.html

     

    “At Oxford integration at the University of Mississippi becomes a one-man crusade. When Air Force veteran James Meredith tries to register, the police lines are drawn, U.S. marshals blocked. When university officials are cited for contempt of federal court, Governor Ross Barnett per- ___ applicant, Meredith goes away and the federal government ponders its next move.”

    *static*

    “ … the forces increased tenfold and more. It is not enough to avert a night of rioting, leaving two dead and the campus the shambles of a battlefield.”

    *static*

    “75 students and other rioters are arrested. Among those seized, bomber Major General Edwin Walker, who is charged with insurrection. And James Meredith becomes a duly registered student at the University of Mississippi.”

    *static*

    Reporter: “Sir, there’s been a great deal of turmoil and conflict, two people have been killed, do you have any feelings of guilt? Have you given it any second thoughts?”

    Meredith (smiling): “I’m very sorry anyone had to get hurt or killed, but of course I think that’s an unfair question of me, I don’t believe any of you believe that I had anything to do with that.”

     

    Clip 22

    Sometime between June 30, 1960 and August 5, 1961. Unknown news clip.

     

    “President Kasavubu … *static* … has returned from a conference of Congolese leaders in Madagascar, at which it was agreed to convert the republic into a loose confederation and the streets are jammed for a parade in celebration of the decision. But red opposition to the plan is heated and the pro-Soviet Antoine Gizenga, Lumumba’s political heir, still controls key areas and sizeable armed forces. The Congo’s problems are far from over.”

     

    Clip 23

    June 4, 1961 at the Vienna Summit. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Vienna was a neutral arena for a sparring match between two worlds. The men who hold the power to write tomorrow’s history met, smiled, and resolved no problems. The Dictator and the President. The East and the West.”

     

    Clip 24

    November 10, 1962. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Saint James church in the Hudson River hamlet of Hyde Park is the scene of last rights for the First Lady of the World, Eleanor Roosevelt. President Kennedy heads the list of distinguished world leaders who pay last tribute to the extraordinary and beloved woman who is remembered as a humanitarian and one who loved her fellow man.”

     

    Clip 25

    September 12, 1962. Kennedy speaks at Rice University.

     

    “There is no strife, no prejudice, no national conflict in outer space as yet. Its hazards are hostile to us all, its conquest deserves the best of all mankind, and its opportunity for peaceful cooperation may never come again. But why, some say, the Moon. Why choose this as our goal? And they may well ask, why climb the highest mountain? Why 35 years ago fly the atlantic? Why does Rice play Texas? We choose to go to the Moon. We choose to go to the Moon… we choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things not because they are easy, but because they are hard. Because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills. Because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win, and the others too.”

     

    Clip 26

    Unknown news clip.

     

    “... the cold war, the ground forces of NATO have been alert against the military threat of the Coommunist bloc. Now, honest John missiles enter NATO’s striking power.”

     

    Clip 27

    September 13, 1962. Universal International-News reporter Ed Herlihy narrates.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787541

     

    “President Kennedy begins a tour of four space installations at Huntsville, Alabama, where he is greeted by Dr. Wernher von Braun, space pioneer and director of this research and development center. The missiles on display are dwarfed by the mighty Saturn rocket. This booster is the first stage of the rocket that will put the three-man Apollo capsule into a two-week orbit of the Earth in 1964.

    *section cut out due to number*

    - preliminary to a lunar chute. Gemini, which was developed here, will allow two men to orbit the Earth for two weeks, and will be used for experiments in outer space rendezvous and docking missions. This winds up the President's first-hand look at our space program, and out progress in the race for space.”

     

    Clip 28

    August 13, 1962. Kennedy speech on an income tax.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity|video_work|1787713

     

    “The worst deficit comes from a recession, and if we can take the proper action in the proper time, this can be the most important step we could take to prevent another recession. That is the right kind of a tax cut, both for your family budget and the national budget.”

     

    Clip 29

    February 12, 1962. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Chiang Khi-shek, leader of the peoples of free China on the island of Taiwan, heads the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the overthrow of the Manchu dynasty. Eleven million Chinese, strong with their dream of someday wresting their homeland from the Communists, are marking the day that saw the end of 4,000 years of monarchy in China.”

     

    Clip 30

    March 1958. Unknown news clip.

     

    *Khrushchev speaking in Russian in background*

    “Khrushchev declared, “Through the formation of the world system of socialism the situation in the world has altered radically. At present it is not known who encircles whom.”

     

    Clip 31

    December 2, 1961. Castro announces he will lead the country to Communism, and also announces opening of diplomatic relations with Vietnam. Five year anniversary of Cubans (including Castro) landing in Cuba to overthrow the government. One year anniversary of Eisenhower announcing support for Cuban refugees.

     

    “On December 2nd, 1961, Castro reveals, “I am a Marxist-Leninist and will be one until the day I die. Socialism is a world reality today, there is no halfway between socialism and imperialism.”

     

    Clip 32

    October 22, 1962. Kennedy announced blockade during Cuban Missile Crisis.

     

    “The government, as promised, has maintained the closest surveillance of the Soviet military buildup on the island of Cuba. ...  To halt this offensive buildup, a strict quarantine on all offensive military equipment under shipment to Cuba is being initiated. All ships of any kind bound for Cuba, from whatever nation or port, will if found to contain cargo of offensive weapons be turned back. … shall be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the western hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States, requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union.”

     

    Clip 33

    Unknown date. NBC’s Chet Huntley.

     

    “Communism’s adventure in Cuba is a sophisticated one: political, psychological, subversive, with paramilitary features. … Can a democratic society, wherein the right to know and the value of knowing are basic, can a democratic society wage successful political, psychological, subversive warfare against Communism.”

     

    Clip 34

    Unknown date. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Leather is falling into step in the fall fashion parade. Finished in an explosion of rainbow colors, leather has been styled into smocks and sheath-top skirts, like this eye-stopping pair. Just the thing for a day's outing at Sterling Forest Gardens in New York.”

     

    Clip 35

    Potentially October 28, 1962.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2012/10/50-years-ago-the-cuban-missile-crisis/100387/

     

    “In Trafalgar Square, 2,000 Londoners demonstrate against the United State blockade.”

     

    Clip 36

    October 31, 1960.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1786498

     

    “Fidel Castro whips up a furor in Cuba, charging the United States with arming and training mercenary forces for an imminent invasion. He calls out some 200,000 militiamen for training and guard duty at key points throughout Havana.”

     

    Clip 37

    Unknown date. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Khrushchev happily receives a gift of the Cuban flag, as he lines up for the solid endorsement for the homebrewed anti-Americanism of Fidel Castro, the Soviets sole western hemisphere ally.”

     

    Clip 38

    October 20, 1962. Unknown news clip.

     

    “As he arrives back in Washington, the President hears more bad news. China has just invaded India. Is this part of a two-pronged Communist assault? Now the President must weigh all the factors one final time, then make his decision, knowing that whatever he does he risks nuclear war.”

     

    Clip 39

    October 25, 1962

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787543

     

    “Meanwhile the United States continues to reinforce its Cuban base at Guantanamo Bay, the Naval depot that Castro wants the U.S. to give up. The Marines have been assigned the job of protecting the base against any Cuban threats that might arise during the a/the present crisis.”

     

    Clip 40

    October 25, 1962. United States Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai Stevenson.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787543

     

    “Mr. President, I am submitting today a resolution to the Security Council designed to find a way out of this calamitous situation. This resolution calls, as an interim measure under Article 40 of the charter, for the immediate dismantling and withdrawal from Cuba all missile and other offensive weapons.”

     

    Clip 41

    March 6, 1961.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787182

     

    “The inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as the 16th President of the United States is reenacted in the nation's capitol 100 years after the event. There’s a crowd larger than the original --- display, double the 10,000 of 1861, and the bright, balmy day is in marked contrast to the gloomy overcast of a century ago. Scenes familiar from history books and movies come to life at the capitol as Mr. Lincoln arrives. He is portrayed-”

     

    Clip 42

    October 28, 1962.

     

    “The following is a letter which has just been dispatched from the President to Chairman Khrushchev. I think that you and I, with our heavy responsibilities for the maintenance of peace, were aware that developments were approaching a point where events could have become unmanageable, so I welcome this message and consider it an important contribution to peace.”

     

    Clip 43

    October 25, 1962. United States Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai Stevenson.

    https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C1787543

     

    “It urgently recommends that the United States and the Soviet Union confer promptly on measures to remove the existing threat to the security of the western hemisphere and the peace of the world, and to report thereon to the Security Council.”

     

    Clip 44

    Unknown date, though likely late October/early November, 1962. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Earlier today Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara announced that yesterday’s photographic surveillance of Cuba indicated that the bases were being dismantled.”

     

    Clip 45

    Unknown date. Unknown news clip.

     

    “But with increased United States aid and instruction, Vietnam soldiers learned to fight back against the Communist Viet Cong. Helicopters become a crucial weapon against guerrillas who strike, then disappear, will of the whisk, in marches.”

     

    Clip 46

    Unknown date. Unknown news clip.

     

    “Southeast Asia and Berlin are not the only hazard areas in the orchestrated struggle of the Cold War. There is Cuba, from which Bay of Pigs invaders hobble back when their ransom is paid.”

     

    Clip 47

    March 23, 1962. Unknown news clip.

     

    “The President visits the big missile center at Vandenberg Air Force Base. He becomes the nation’s first President to see an intercontinental ballistic missile fired, when an Atlas D blast off its pad to roar down the pacific missile range in a perfect launch.”

     

     

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  5. First off, I completely agree it is Samantha and am now simping hard for her. All hail my queen. People also claim Samanatha's lullaby plays in the trailer but I'm not much of a song person so I can't comment. Others also mention in the opening cutscene when it shows the 1983 date, it has the moon reflecting and when she ends the phone call with Weaver she looks up at the moon.

     

    Second, in the discord someone had the idea that Eddie would finally "get his turn" (origins cutscene reference) and be of real influence in this game/universe. Because he carries over from BO4 but seemingly isnt supposed to because all their souls are supposed to be destroyed or killed or whatever, his very presence may end up being a real problem. So I have started thinking he'll show up eventually.

     

    Interesting her sentimentality in the trailer to losing a friend, who knows what that is about?

  6. 1 minute ago, anonymous said:

     This would make it ideally for any type of weird excavation or experimentation. Perhaps the Soviets uncovered something here that would lead to the facility at Morasko, Poland?

    I found this line from the 3arc blog post really interesting: "At the same time, a Soviet-led division and rival to Requiem, the Omega Group, enters the fray. The Omega Group also has a keen interest in studying and harnessing the unexplained events and anomalies manifesting around the globe." So to this point it seems it may not be isolated to the new Nacht, whatever that even means. As Cal and Rad have said they consider Nacht special in the universe so perhaps not expect something very similar, but they're certainly laying the groundwork for traversing the globe imo.

     

    3 minutes ago, anonymous said:

    Interesting thing about Perseus and Kravchenko, didn't knew that. Could it relate to this Black Ops intel:

    image.png

    The transport of what?

    That almost makes me think of the Fracture Jaw stuff they've been promoting, which afaik are American internal debates about using nukes in vietnam (and deploying miniature nukes there) but didnt actually happen, so I really wonder now if that's related. I suspect maybe it's different, was going to say Nova or something but that's what Kravchenko was up so given it's late I can't remember anything right now. Gonna think more on this thread

  7. 5 minutes ago, Blurryface said:

    It has been a while indeed and things in real life take over sometimes and having to put my health and other priorities first was needed to insure the best for me

    facts

     

    5 minutes ago, Blurryface said:

    And finally, me and my Fiancé are expecting a little girl in January!

    That's truly amazing I'm so happy for yall, let us know when you name her Samantha. I mean when you have a name 😛

     

    6 minutes ago, Blurryface said:

    So Much has happened in the last few years, but we are here now and that's all that matters.

    I returned because this has been a home for me for years now, always a place filled with like minded people and great content. My love for CODZ will never fall even in my darkest times, and I'm super hyped to be back!

    also facts, glad to see you around. Home is home! Can't wait to kick off the new season with you

  8. *spoilers, he says for the discord bot*

     

    I really wonder in reference to Sam's comment on this happening before, like does this relate to her old Aether memories (a strong possibility) or that it happened in say Vietnam in 1968 or something (related to Perseus's last known action because the 3arc intel says he acted with Kravchenko in Vietnam).

     

    Quick thing I don't think the second image is showing of the location marked in red 😛
     

    Also we did post it but it was TGR who referenced the Bay which is interesting. Pinnaz points out it may be DOA3?? 

  9. oops didnt mean to hit submit on the topic until I was done but yolo here we are

     

    Hello all, Tac here. On September 24, as part of the Wave of Attack portion of our viral, we got plenty of interesting information. Below is what PawnTakesPawn.com/EXTRACTIONCOMPLETE looks like once you've entered the proper information, steps to which can be found in Part Three of this linked post.

     

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    Let's get started on the first of four parts!

     

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    The most interesting part of this note to me is the third paragraph, "Not all such endeavors end so well."

     

    There are three different directions I take this quote:

     

    1. We have seen in both the original Black Ops campaign trailer and Black Ops Cold War instances of Vietnam-era helicopters being shot out of the sky. On a previous part of this day's viral we get directed to /VCHARLIE which displays a document related to the Black Ops campaign mission Victor Charlie, basically a recap, and the opening sequence of that mission is Mason's helicopter crashing. Perhaps this is the/an example of the helicopter endeavor not going well. This seems highly likely given Treyarch threw Victor Charlie in our face on this same day's viral.

     

    2. They may legitimately be referring to historical aviation accidents. We know according to Treyarch Adler and his team are interested in the Iranian Hostage Crisis in the waning days of the Carter Administration ahead of Reagan's inauguration, which made me think of the rescue mission Operation Eagle Claw. In April 1980 the Carter Administration determined it would attempt a hostage rescue from a base in Iran known as Desert One but in the process a helicopter crashed, killing eight US servicemen and an Iranian civilian, all while not extracting the hostages. In this sense, /EXTRACTIONCOMPLETE is not exactly what happened, as implied by the note. Arguably this incident and the handling of the Iranian situation generally lost Carter the election and gave our Cold War protagonist, Reagan, the election.

     

    3. Alternatively, this is foreshadowing something else entirely. The transition made in the second paragraph from helicopters to general scientific and human ingenuity could then be broadened to the "Cold War experiments" inside Zombies, as described on Battlenet.

     

    Next, we get a note from Tatyana to M

     

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    Spoiler

    M -

     

    There is a developing situation at the Lubyanka. They found something in the archives. Something from the War. I'm not sure about the Collegium, but several of the Deputy Chairmen are recommending that the Committee authorize a ground operation. I will try to find out what I can, but this is worrying. These are very serious men, but I have never seen looks on their faces like I have in recent days.

     

                                                                                                                                                 Tatyana

     

    Main points of interest

    - Developing situation at Lubyanka

    - Found something in Archive from the War that shocked them in recent days

    -- maybe found the image of Morasko

    - Collegium; Deputy Chairmen want ground operation

    - M and Tatyana

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