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  1. All of Requiem's is added. Don't worry about sending me anything, I've found them all. Just need some time.
  2. One of Mauer der Toten's radio transmissions from Gorev has piqued my interest, and I thought I'd share it and the possibly meaning behind it. Gorev: I do not believe we have had formal introduction. I am Gorev. No first or last name. Just Gorev. Want to know secret? Gorev is code name. Family name is, well, I do not want the attention. Grandfather's brother, he was famous soldier in Stalingrad. There are two reasons why he would not want the attention of his family name: 1. He wants to avoid the appearance of only being in his position due to the name, or more likely 2. It's a disgraced name despite fighting in Stalingrad. So what characters do we know fought in Stalingrad who could be Gorev's great-uncle? 1. Viktor Reznov: This is the one I hear most often and would make sense considering Gorev is working with Kravchenko, one of the men who betrayed Reznov. Reznov's name is also likely disgraced in post-WW2 Russia despite his heroism in the war, considering he was thrown in Vorkuta after being captured. So Gorev not wanting to be associated with him is for political reasons. 2. Nikita Dragovich: This one is also definitely possible. We know for certain that Dragovich was in a command position during the battle, and he had promised Reznov's men reinforcements which never came, leading to a massacre in Red Square. It would not surprise me, however, if he took credit for Reznov and Petrenko's heroics. Why would Gorev not want to be associated with Dragovich however? In Black Ops he went rogue, nearly starting WW3 by activating sleeper agents across the US and releasing Nova 6 on the population before being thwarted in Cuba. It's a surprise Kravchenko is even in the command position he is in considering how close he was to this. But Dragovich's name is likely disgraced for his failures, and so Gorev obscuring the name would also be for political reasons. 3. Dimitri Petrenko: Similar to Reznov, Petrenko was betrayed by Kravchenko but he did not live to enter Vorkuta, so we don't know if his family name is disgraced as well. Petrenko seems about as likely as any other soldier in Stalingrad during WW2, however keep in mind that Petrenko was the one to raise the flag over the Reichstag in Berlin, and in Stalingrad in particular he killed General Amsel. Those may be reasons enough for him to be famous. 4. A Belinski: It might seem wrong, but while Nikolai should not be in this new timeline since his soul was tied to the Aether, I do not see why his family would not still exist. In Gorod Krovi we saw that the Belinski name was famous enough before the war to warrant Belinski Square being named as it is. We also know that Nikolai's brother was killed specifically in Stalingrad, possibly an event that warranted him fame. If Nikolai's brother still exists in this timeline, he is a possible candidate. There are other soldiers from World at War and Black Ops we know fought in the war, but we don't know if they fought in Stalingrad specifically, like Commisar Markov and Chernov.
  3. Figured I'd hand it to you same as I did Anon, since I just remembered time-zones are a bitch. No idea if this is allowed on the site but hey, here ya go if it isn't.

     

  4. Requiem (21/21) Audio Logs (5) (R) "Final Order" (Location: In the Secret Lab, across from the Essence Trap spawn. Found through the main quest.) - Kurtz speaks with Vogel regarding his last request. (R) "Who's Laughing Now?" (Location: On a table in the Safe House.) - CIA Agent Jack recounts the events that have transpired after the arrival of an unusual "guest" at a Berlin Safe House. (R) "A Handful" (Location: In Hotel Room 305 on the left.) - Agent Jack receives a hands-on demonstration of Klaus's abilities and temperament. (R) "Bad Days" (Location: Across the room from Klaus in the Safe Room, must free Klaus first.) - CIA Agent Rico discusses his attempt to subdue Klaus and addresses the Safe House's growing bodycount. (R) "Lost in Transit" (Location: In Ghost Station against a pillar opposite Mule Kick.) - An injured soldier records a message discussing the missing Agent Rico. Documents (10) (R) "CRBR-S Blueprint" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Blueprint for the Conversion-Ready Binary Repeater - Standard. The schematic highlights the base weapon as well as the weapon's three mod kits. (R) "Klaus Blueprint" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Blueprint for Klaus, highlighting current performance improvements, as well as outstanding issues. (R) "Berlin Outbreak Report" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - A Requiem report to Weaver from Meyer, addressing the developing situation in Berlin. (R) "Rico's Note" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, inside the train.) - A final message from Agent Rico. (R) "Subject: Strange Communique" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, at the Safe Room computer.) - Agent Rico sends an electronic message to Langley regarding an unusual communique his station received. (R) "Subject: Urgent" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, at the Safe Room computer.) - Agent Rico sends a follow-up message, requesting immediate assistance. (R) "J Cipher 2" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, at the Safe Room computer.) - Recovered electronic cipher. Decryption is required. (Solved by Richkiller) (R) "EE-1 Harvester Blueprint" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Blueprint for Projekt Endstation's Exo-Element 1 Harvester Unit B, used in essence collection of a particular Dark Aether creature. (R) "EE-1 Conversion Blueprint" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Blueprint for Projekt Endstation's Exo-Element 1 Conversion Machine. (R) "Vogel's Letter" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - A letter written by Vogel or a future Endstation agent, providing detailed instructions to complete Operation Baldr. Artifacts (6) (R) "Klaus's Hands" (Location: Acquired in Hotel Room 305 on the bed.) - The hands for the Requiem robot Klaus, recovered from a questionable situation. (R) "CRBR-S" (Location: Acquired from the safe in Hotel Room 305.) - The base model for the Conversion-Ready Binary Repeater - Standard, including aerial "Copy-Cat" companion capable of matching weapon output with additional blast. Supports three weapon mod-kits, and customized with an artificial intelligence that supports three unique voices. (R) "Warhead" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, inside the train.) - In the wrong hands, it could mean Berlin's ruin. In the right hands, it could be its salvation. Provided the missing uranium is recovered. (R) "Rico's Keycard" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, inside the train.) - Agent Rico's ID Badge. Grants access to the CIA mainframe, though lacks certain clearances. (R) "Hacking Helm" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, after acquiring three parts and applying them to Klaus.) - A device of Klaus's creation, capable of bypassing the CIA's access protocols. (R) "Improvised Collider" (Location: Acquired in the main quest during the Uranium step.) - In the middle of an Outbreak Zone, it's the best and only hope at decontaminating the Megaton-corrupted uranium. Omega (16/16) Audio Logs (3) (R) "A Decent Proposal" (Location: In Sewer Access, near the stairs leading to the Secret Lab.) - Captured by the Soviets, Kurtz makes a deal to save his life -- and that of Vogel's infant daughter. (R) "The Letter" (Location: In Blasted Suite under a bed frame.) - Kurtz confronts a young Valentina. (R) "The Turn" (Location: On top of the North watch tower in no man's land, must be shot down.) - Valentina makes a choice. Documents (6) (R) "LT53 Kazimir Blueprint" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Blueprint for the LT53 Kazimir portal grenade. Co-developed with the assistance of Sergeant Kazimir Zykov. (R) "Angelika Vogel Summary" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Omega Document compiling a timeline of Angelika Vogel's life - and how she became Aleksandra Valentina and infiltrated the KGB. (R) "Operation Baldr Approval" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - A letter from Uranverein Director Kurt Diebner, announcing that Operation Baldr has been formally approved by High Command. (R) "Valentina Diary 15-07-83" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Excerpt from Valentina's personal diary, July 15, 1983. (R) "Statement of Intent" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - A document written by Valentina moments before she entered the Dark Aether. (R) "F Cipher" (Location: Dropped from Tempests or Krasny Soldats.) - Recovered Omega cipher. Decryption is required. (Solved by Origin Wormy) Radio Transmissions (5) (R) "Your Problem Now" (Location: In a tent on the East Berlin Streets, one transmission per game.) - Peck gleefully delights in his newfound control over Requiem's strike team. (R) "Secrets Harbored" (Location: In a tent on the East Berlin Streets, one transmission per game.) - Gorev formally introduces himself to the strike team, and discusses his thoughts on Valentina's agenda. (R) "5-Star Treatment" (Location: In a tent on the East Berlin Streets, one transmission per game.) - Jager checks in on the strike team to see how they're holding up after their last encounter. (R) "Not For Me" (Location: In a tent on the East Berlin Streets, one transmission per game.) - Kravchenko shares his own personal thoughts on Valentina's betrayal. (R) "Leverage" (Location: In a tent on the East Berlin Streets, one transmission per game.) - Kravchenko provides a reminder of what is at stake should the strike team fail. Artifacts (2) (R) "Battery" (Location: Acquired from a Krasny Soldat on round 10.) - The battery Agent Rico removed from Klaus and threw into No Man's Land. (R) "Endstation Lure" (Location: Acquired in the main quest, found in the Secret Lab.) - An old Endstation lure device, used to locate a particular creature. Dark Aether (11/11) Audio Logs (3) (R) "Lost Souls: Valentina 1" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Father, I did it. I told you we would be together again. Here I am. (R) "Lost Souls: Valentina 2" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Father, I have always wondered about the day you crossed into the Dark Aether. (R) "Lost Souls: Valentina 3" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Father? Are you? ... Are you my Father? Documents (3) (R) "Day 4,527" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Zykov records rumors he has heard about a strange creature hunting the Dark Aether's Elder Gods. (R) "Day 4,771" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Zykov recounts witnessing the Forsaken in person for the first time. (R) "Day 5,169" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Zykov notes that the Forsaken has amassed an army of loyal followers. Radio Transmissions (2) (R) "The Forsaken" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Zykov reveals the true nature of the Dark Aether threat. (R) "Consumed" (Location: Acquired from the trials computer.) - Zykov explains how the Forsaken came to power. Artifacts (3) (R) "Electrical Fuse" (Location: Collected from a Tempest when turning on the power.) - An electrical fuse collected off a Tempest corpse. (R) "Tempest Essence" (Location: Acquired in the main quest after collecting the essence of Tempests.) - Raw crystal essence siphoned from a Tempest. A critical component in the construction of an Inversion warhead. (R) "Corrupted Uranium" (Location: Acquired in the main quest after killing the megatons.) - Uranium from a warhead, corrupted by a Megaton. Warning: highly unstable. Decontaminate immediately.
  5. Transcripts are now complete for S4. Thank you @The Meh and @Muvvatruka.
  6. Requiem (15/20) Audio Logs (5) "Aftermath" (Location: ???) - After the incident at the Omega Missile Silo, Requiem's Senior Staff discuss the fallout from Maxis's rogue operation. "You Know Better" (Location: ???) - Weaver chastises Grey for her role in Maxis's rogue op, as Grey raises more pressing concerns. (R) "What Tomorrow Brings" (Location: ???) - After losing his strike team, Weaver is paid a late night office visit by Carver. (R) "Goes Without Saying" (Location: ???) - Grey and Strauss talk about the fate of the strike team, and the potential of a new device. (R) "The Berlin Situation" (Location: ???) - Weaver and Carver discuss a developing situation in Berlin and their noticeable exclusion from involvement. Documents (7) "DASA Station Blueprint" (Location: Dropped from Elite enemies.) - Design specs for the Dark Aether Specimen Analyzer, used to broadcast specimen analysis data back to Requiem HQ via satellite. With additional notes from Grey. "The Omega Eight" (Location: Dropped from Elite enemies.) - Report for the Director discussing the Omega scientists who wish to defect to Requiem. "The Child's Note" (Location: ???) - A note found on the Mystery Box Bunny. Appears to be written by a child with a connection to the Dark Aether Object. (R) "Operation Excision Report" (Location: ???) - Weaver's Report to the Director on the fallout from Operation Excision. (R) "Where's My Robot?" (Location: ???) - Grey writes a memo to Requiem's senior staff regarding the whereabouts of her latest project. (R) "CRBR-S Report" (Location: ???) - A memorandum for Requiem's Director discussing the progress of the wonder weapon prototype -- and its delivery to Berlin. (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? Radio Transmissions (4) "Welcome Back" (Location: Found at Requiem Radio locations.) - Weaver berates his strike team for their involvement in the incident at the Omega missile silo. "Patterns" (Location: Found at Requiem Radio locations.) - Grey provides some insight into what she's learned about Aetherium, and one particularly unique case study. (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? Artifacts (4) "Recon Rover Model" (Location: ???) - A model of Unnatural Science's Dark Aether Recon Rover, prototyped before the rover went into production. "Healing Aura Canister" (Location: ???) - One of several interchangeable canisters for the W.A.N.D. weapon. When used, summons beams of energy capable of healing wounds suffered by members of Requiem's strike team. (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? Omega (11/18) Audio Logs (8) "Greater Threat" (Location: ???) - Kravchenko laments the destruction of his Reality Inversion Warheads at Requiem's hands, and plots his next move. "Day of Victory" (Location: ???) - Valentina discusses another strange visitation from her father -- and the next stage of their plan. "The Survivors" (Location: ???) - While on the hunt for the Omega defectors, the strike team recovers an audiolog left behind by Doctor Hugo Jager. "The Device" (Location: ???) - The strike team find another message from Jager, discussing a secretive Omega Device: the Aetherium Neutralizer. "The Trap" (Location: ???) - Jager reveals his true intentions. (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? Documents (3) "Ravenov Burn Notice" (Location: Dropped from Elite enemies) - Official KGB order announcing that Ravenov has been disavowed and is now an enemy of the state. "Aetherium Neutralizer Blueprint" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? Radio Transmissions (2) "Omega's Reputation" (Location: Found at Omega radio locations.) - Kravchenko and Gorev discuss the current state of Omega. "The One-Eyed Cowboy" (Location: Found at Omega radio locations.) - Kravchenko and Gorev discuss Peck’s usefulness. Artifacts (5) "Inversion Warhead Model" (Location: ???) - A model for the Reality Inversion Warhead shown to Kravchenko as a proof of concept. "Aether Reactor Model" (Location: ???) - A model for the Aether Reactor from Outpost 25. Created by Peck as a proof of concept in the early days of the Omega facility. (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? Maxis (4/4) Audio Logs (3) "The Ally" (Location: ???) - Before the incident at the Omega Missile Silo, Maxis seeks Grey’s assistance. "The Confrontation" (Location: ???) - Weaver confronts Maxis about going behind his back and using his team for a rogue operation. "Take Her" (Location: ???) - Maxis is taken away. Documents (1) "Quarantine Diary 9" (Location: ???) - Maxis tells a story about her shared past with Weaver. Dark Aether (7/9) Audio Logs (1) "We Are Waiting" (Location: Acquired through intel trials.) - ??? Documents (2) "Day 4,513" (Location: Acquired through intel trials.) - Zykov’s journal of survival reveals details of the Dark Aether power structure and the one entity he fears above all others. "Day 4,729" (Location: Acquired through intel trials.) - Zykov begins plans for a device to stop the Dark Aether’s new overlord from threatening our world. Radio Transmissions (2) "Secret Contact" (Location: Acquired through intel trials.) - The strike team makes a disturbing discovery about Zykov. "Bring Me Home 2" (Location: Acquired through intel trials.) - The strike team intercepts a radio communique between Zykov and Peck, and hear Zykov making a familiar arrangement with Omega Group. Artifacts (4) "Empty Stamin-Up" (Location: ???) - An opened can of Stamin-Up. Likely used by an operator who needed some extra runnin' and wanted to keep on gunnin' (but liked a twist of lime). "Fury Crystal" (Location: Acquired in the second main quest.) - A temperamental Aetherium Crystal with unusual transformative properties. (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ??? (R) "???" (Location: ???) - ???
  7. Added the final intels. Thanks to @Muvvatruka, @The Meh, and @Carnage Evokerfor help with these.
  8. I've added the rest of the intel, excluding one document which I can't seem to get to drop and the artifacts tied to the EE. Will keep at it.
  9. Apologies about the delay, I've only just now started collecting more. I will do my best to get it done by the end of the week.
  10. I got way too tired last night to post the results, but here we go. The winner is I Am The Well with 9 votes to 1! Our runner up is 115 with 7 votes to 3. Thank you everyone for participating!
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  12. I'm going with I Am The Well as the ultimate winner. For runner-up, I pick 115.
  13. This is it. The Endgame. Here is the final matchup: 1. I Am The Well vs Shockwave (BO4 Stays Winning) Also, for fun, vote for the runner up of the tournament: 2. Abracadavre vs 115 Send in your votes by next Friday (May 28st) at 8PM CST to see them counted!
  14. 1. I Am The Well (6) vs Abracadavre (4) 2. 115 (3) vs Shockwave (7) Final round incoming!
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