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  1. So, Moon and Nuketown are happening at the same time. We've known that for 3 years already but many people have said that they have taken place in 2025 which doesn't really make sense. Take these factors into consideration: - These are the primary events leading up to nuketown: Nuke testing begins / BO1 multiplayer match finishes (1960s) , nuke denotates, CIA or CDC arrives to investigate, outbreak at Area 51 begins. Now, if a nuke JUST went off in the 1960s, and we know that Moon is at the same time, how could these maps be in the future? What sense does that really make, right? "Time displacement" doesn't work with this either because the entire state of Nevada would have to have been displaced, and even then, the rockets didn't hit so why would there be any displacement at all? Another thing, is the Hangar 18 multiplayer map in BO1. In the main SR71 hangar there is a banner that reads "Welcome to GROOM LAKE". Obviously, we know this map is taking place in the 60s era. In No Man's Land, we see the exact same banner, no differences what so ever. Would Area 51 really have the same architecture and layout complete with signs at all around 50 years later? This also explains why TranZit looks so 1960s, the diner, the town, the loading screen music - the world got f*cked up in the 60s so of course it's going to stay like that. Displacement, could then (I guess) be used here to explain all the weird stuff like the bus. Now Die Rise, IDK whats going on there because it seems to be a long time after the 1990s, judging by an advertisement that says "Since 1996 or '97". Maybe when the TranZit crew is teleported they travel in the future in the process?
  2. Seriously, are we every gonna figure out what the hell is going on the comic screen or at least who is doing the excavating, or how they managed to build a giant floating spaceship thing to drill 115 from the Sedan Crater? Sure, it could be the U.S. but how exactly do we know WHEN they're doing this? It's in Origins, shown as a concept essentially, so if it's dating back to 1918 then how many times has it been used?
  3. Haha I did? But that's certainly one theory I haven't heard of before, but I like it. I think you may be on to something here, I'm intrigued to see if anyone can pose a good argument against this. Yeah, I believe MMX referred to you as pointing that out in his Ultimate Nuketown Loading Screen thread. I hope this gets a good discussion going!
  4. Has someone pointed this similarity out already? If you don't see what I'm getting out, note the bubble thingies coming out of both the... guy, and the excavator, they look identical. Also note the craters in the background of the excavation, it suggests that it's happening on the moon... yeah... but we don't know much about the actual location of the Nuketown loading screen comic book. Something else I'd like to note is the hue of the background in both panels, which features a very light blue with distinctive brighter patches around it. We can really only ASSUME that it is Nuketown since the comic is shown on that map. @Tac did point out that the line shown in the following picture from the Nuketown loading screen comic page could be Nuketown, but I respectfully disagree with ya... (Picture from "The Ultimate Nuketown Loading Screen Analysis", by @MixMasterNut. Check that out if you haven't already. http://www.callofdutyzombies.com/forum/index.php/topic/152716-the-ultimate-nuketown-zombies-loading-screen-analysis/) The message I'm trying to convey is that the Nuketown loading screen happens on the moon itself. The crater suggests that nothing around it has really been affected, but we know that Nuketown had smaller craters around it because of the map select screen in Black Ops 2, which had shown Nuketown after the original nuclear blast(s?), and that it shortly got hit with a rocket that came in a trio actively destroying the whole Earth in the process. Fun fact: The three Apollo astronauts that traveled to the moon were trained at a Nevada Test Site, another connection with Nevada and the Moon. Perhaps, the 115 Excavation Drill, after being found out by the Americans, was used during the mission to the moon in the 60s to extract more 115? That's just a random little thing I thought about... Let me know what you think, everyone!
  5. super mutant ninja frog ballista jumbo jets with a bit of trumpet on top

    1. Stop Mocking Me0

      Stop Mocking Me0

      Sounds... (giggles) treba-ble!

      Get it! Because of the trumpet! HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHHAHAAHAHAHAHAHI need to do something with my life....

    2. Bauerklos
  6. Bauerklos

    Moon Base theory?

    True, I mean I doubt any the technology shown in Nuketown 2025 is even available to the general public. Isn't it a nuke testing site? It's all made by the government, and what was the government apparently capable of doing in the 1960s at Groom Lake?
  7. Bauerklos

    Moon Base theory?

    Yup, besides a theory of POSSIBLE displacement, I realized it wouldn't make sense that the mushroom cloud of the atomic blast would also be displaced, unless the bomb had 115 in it... but isn't the whole point of the loading screen of Nuketown showing the Americans want Element 115?
  8. Bauerklos

    Moon Base theory?

    It is not safe to assume that the map of moon takes place in 1962, why? Because MANY things point to it being set in the 2000s. But now you've opened the can of worms.... Eh, I disagree. You can't disregard the fact that NTZ is stated to happen AFTER the original Multiplayer map. Although it is possible that Nuketown was displaced due to the 115 under the crater (NTZ Comic Page), I don't think that the mushroom cloud could teleport ALONG with Nuketown to 2025. I am open to both theories but to be honest I think Nuketown being in the 1960s makes a bit more sense. This also ties the rocket impacts from Moon with TranZit somewhat. I mean, Maxis says he's been looking for a group like the N4 for decades right? Notice the 1950s-1960s era style music on the loading screen of Green Run? How would that fit in with 2025? In fact I'd think it's more plausible that TranZit is in the 80s, then the "Great Leap Foward" occurs which brings them to the more present 2000s.
  9. This happened to me back in 2011, I think? Solo on Der Riese, got the power turned on, Ray Gun acquired and was going through some rounds. Not sure what round it was (not that high) but I finished a regular round, so I thought, but I couldn't find the last zombie. I don't think I could hear it either. Waited a solid five minutes waiting near the catwalk and then I turned my XBOX off and went to play some piano. I thought it only happened to me....
  10. Bauerklos

    Moon Base theory?

    Bringing closure to this topic, and also being my first post here, here we go... Now that we know Nuketown and Moon occur simultaneously, it's safe to assume that Moon takes place in 1962. The Sedan Crater, which was formed right next to Nuketown and is not present until after the nuke is detonated and also before Nuketown Zombies even begins, the events of Nuketown and Moon take place some time after July 6, 1962 with TranZit happening right after due to Marlton being in the bunker.
  11. Welcome to the forums Bauerklos :)

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