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  1. An electronic yawn? I'm playing the Giant right now and heard something similar to your description a couple of rounds ago. It happened during a round transition and really stood out. I just ignored it, assumed it was just a delayed sound effect.
  2. Found some more information on the Shining Trapezohedron. Apparently it's a mystic crazy-angled stone created by elite gods in the Lovecraft mythos. The stone serves as a window to all of space and time. By starting into it, Nyarlathotep(many of us believe this being is the Shadow man) would be summoned. At some point this stone got into the hands of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. Egyptian pharaoh? Sounds like that can relate to one of the sets of coordinates on Shadows of Evil's assembled scraps of paper. In 1843 an occultist and archaeologist named Enoch Bowen discovered it in a box of alien construction. Sounds a lot like the mystery box. What can we get out of the mystery box? The 48 Dredge, named Trapezohedron Shard when upgraded. Then Bowen returned to his home town in Providence, Rhode Island, with the Shining Trapezohedron and it's alien box. Now in the Shadows of Evil universe, there is a populous city in the US known as Morg City. We know Morg City is based off of Chicago and New York City, but what if in the Shadows of Evil universe, one of the US's central megacities was founded in Rhode Island? The Mystery Box's presence could be one of Bowen's souvenirs. Back in the Lovecraft mythos, Enoch Bowen creates a cult when he returns to Providence. This cult is known as the Church of Starry Wisdom. The cult worshiped Nyarlathotep using the Shining Trapezohedron. In exchange for sacrifices, Nyarlathotep would award the cult with arcane knowledge of deities and other worlds. Now this sounds very relevant to Morg City. Especially with the journalist talking about chanting heard under the city, and the human sacrifices required to unlock the Pack-a-Punch(which the Shadow Man/Nyarlathotep tells us to do). The Order of the Keepers is Treyarch's version of the Church of Starry Wisdom. Over decades, the Church of Starry Wisdom grew to large numbers and spread across the US and the world, to continents including Europe and Africa. Later in the future, the Shining Trapezohedron is removed from the Church of Starry Wisdom's sanctuary(Pack-a-Punch room?) and dumped into Narragansett Bay. Providence sits on the Narragansett Bay. Is it possible that Morg City is in the same location as Providence is in our universe? Is the body of water that we see down at the docks Narrangansett Bay? Could this rock you're talking about be the Shining Trapezohedron? I'm in a hurry as of now and don't have time to go look at this thing in-game. This is extremely interesting. I'll have to get the upgraded 48 Dredge and mess around with this rock. Please dear God don't be some kind of lighting glitch. Awesome find @Ragdo11706. http://lovecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Shining_Trapezohedron http://lovecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Church_of_Starry_Wisdom http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narragansett_Bay
  3. Here's the Reddit post I found it on, http://www.reddit.com/r/CODZombies/comments/3w84x7/megathread_soe_wonder_weapon_upgrading_updated/, and here is the actually coding dump; http://pastebin.com/fLG5up8a. Looks extremely interesting, especially add_idgun_to_box int remove_idgun_from_box second_idgun_time.
  4. Read something about this somewhere. Apparently somebody found code that reads something similar to "IDGUN_QUEST_REMOVE_BOX." Two people referencing this really makes me believe it's a step. I'll post the link where I got the code if I find it.
  5. Sucking shit up sounds plausible. We use Gersch devices to absorb things in the Ascension EE, and we also use Lil' Arnies to obtain parts for the "upgrade dance."
  6. I'm thinking Eisriesenwelt is going to be our new "Sacred/Crazy Place."
  7. You found fuel for your Rocket Shield's rockets.
  8. I hope there's no dragon, mechincal or not. Just sounds too unrealistic and in my opinion stretching the game's lore too far. I believe the Iron Dragon is just referring to the castle itself. "Iron" for it's size/strength, and "Dragon" for it's range capabilities, hence the cannon.
  9. I came upon this video claiming there is an Easter Egg reward. Apparently if you complete the Easter Egg, and survive a certain amount of rounds(the guy in the video survives 10) without anybody on your team going down, all of your perks will become permanent. I'm really hoping this isn't a glitch, this would definitely make the Easter Egg worth doing. The only skepticism I have about this is that it conflicts with the Aftertaste gumball. Has anyone tried this? Or know if it's just a glitch?
  10. I may be wrong, but I don't think DLC will be available for PS3 and 360.
  11. I'll be very disappointed if the special weapon is the Purifier/flamethrower. We can already get that in Dead Ops Arcade II, and it's really not all that impressive.
  12. It's been done, doesn't sound any better. The words are extraordinarily similar(if not the same) to H.P. Lovecraft's fictional R'lyehian language. I found apparently the only known/created English translations of R'lyehian words from CthulhuWiki. http://www.yog-sothoth.com/wiki/index.php/R'lyehian Supposedly the translations are by Lovecraft himself and are evident in his books and overall Cthulhu mythos. Although I still question the credibility of the website, I've been listening to the Cthulhu announcer's audio clips relating to the swords and Apothicon Servant. I've actually been able to match up certain fragments of the announcer's phrases to different translations. I tried studying the phrase heard after picking up the Kor-Maroth. I got the second half of the R'lyehian phrase to be "Kor-Maroth s'uhn bug athg." The phrase without "Kor-Maroth" translates directly to "agree go pact." I'm not sure how the syntax works in this alien language but if the translation is correct I'd think it means something like "go agree to the pact, agree to the Kor-Maroth pact," etc. Lots of the Cthuvian words in SoE sound strikingly similar to the words on the wiki page. I'll try translating more clips shortly, maybe all of them if I have the time. I wasn't able to find any more R'lyehian translations online, which really makes me question the page's authenticity. If anyone has any ideas or thoughts, I'm all ears.
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