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  1. I really like your line of thinking here. Cal and I have been back and forth on the Chernobog stuff since launch, and I'm torn between two opinions. The first, and more likely, is that this is the same thing that happened with the keepers being called Vril: humans immediately make a connection to something they already know and name something incorrectly. So the "first" one wouldn't BE Chernobog, per say, but the people of Poland interpret him as such. Or, two, he is a much more literal Chernobog and they are moving in this polish god to replace the aztec influence of M
  2. appreciate the tag, my dude. I expect this thread to continue growing pretty soon.
  3. Good thread Cal. Been listening to this song over and over again for the last few months and some of the lyrics still stuck out to me even now. If you remember, Abracadavre seems to lyrically be Samantha comprehending omnipotence, so the idea of some plot threads from a song not being important for a very long time is nothing new.
  4. I may be wrong, but you're the guy who introduced me to Dr. Who. Right? No lol we just shared a couple ideas with each other lol I don't really understand Dr. Who. I coulda swore you mentioned "The Doctor" on my Maxis SUCCEEDED thread. Maybe I'm wrong? Yeeaah dude! *headbangs* people here actually watched me? ._. this is sorta humbling and cool.
  5. I may be wrong, but you're the guy who introduced me to Dr. Who. Right?
  6. ooooh, thanks! I feel special now. Thanks DBZ. Nice to be back.
  7. Some of you may remember me from my old posts here on CoDz, or maybe from my "affiliation" with PLAYtheGAME (ex-affiliation btw), or from some other source. For those of you that don't, I'm 17. Born in 96. From a small town in the southern part of West Virginia in the US. (Bloody Mingo, google it sometime for an interesting read) I love a lot of different genres of music. Some of my favorite songs that can generalize it for you are When You Were Young - The Killers, Can't Be Saved - Senses Fail, My Curse - Killswitch Engage, White Blank Page - Mumford and Sons, just about anything Ave
  8. I expect something to co-inside with Black Ops 3, or whatever-the-hell Treyarch cause their next game. I could see maybe FEAR RUNS DEEP Revolution Uprising Neutralization Sacrifice
  9. Thanks, also another quick note: Most of the Music (ESPECIALLY the infirmary theme) in MotD sounds very Aztec-esque. And music was a HUGE focus of this map. Coincidence? Or a hint from Treyarch.
  10. So, this is my first post in Future Zombies. I've theorized maps before but this is the first time I've felt confident enough to post. One can infer at this point that Treyarch are following a pattern with their DLC's. Black Ops II's correspond in some way to Black Ops I's. Map Pack 1: Ascension-Die Rise: Both about rising and you ride something in both by standing on it (lunar landers and elevators) Map Pack 2: Call of the Dead-Mob of the Dead Map Pack 3: Shangri La So from there, we can assume our third map pack will be in some way associated with Shangri
  11. I honestly believe he simply meant this as a metaphor, seeing both the orange and blue energies, and knowing blue is richtofen, perhaps the orange energy is Maxis' "dam" blocking off Richtofen's power. Also, it's pretty pathetic that you'd come here and make a thread about the same thing after insulting "the entire call of duty community" "Judson Adcock said: Yes exactly, he called him a beaver because he has a dam, he didn't call him a bird because he doesn't have a nest, he didn't call him a frog either, I don't know why I bother communicating with the Call of Duty community, th
  12. Thanks to all you guys for encouragement, and thanks for the new information to add! I'll be sure to put it in!
  13. First of all, I want to thank MixMasterNut, his Nuketown loading screen analysis inspired this thread. "Who is Mictlantecuhtli?" Mictlantecuhtli (Nahuatl pronunciation: [mikt͡ɬaːnˈtekʷt͡ɬi], meaning "Lord of Mictlan"), in Aztec mythology, was a god of the dead and the king of Mictlan (Chicunauhmictlan), the lowest and northernmost section of the underworld. He was one of the principal gods of the Aztecs and was the most prominent of several gods and goddesses of death and the underworld. The worship of Mictlantecuhtli sometimes involved ritual cannibalism, with human flesh being consumed i
  14. That is pretty much what I've assumed the story to be as well. Good theory.
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