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  1. GG buddy, this thread just gained it's deserved Asylum approval! Its part of our shiny golden treassure collection now
  2. That is weird indeed. First, I think this one has nothing to do with 115: the same person just shouldn't be twice in the same universe. Someone's 'Aura' is generated magnetically by its electric neuron system, so it'd be weird if one could simply transfer it. However, we do see something similar at devices collecting Life Force like the Apothican Eggs and MPD canisters. So this possibility should remain in the picture: Perhaps with the right technology, the magnetic field just echoes through space to another object/subject. It is said that Primis (except Nikolai) is now soulless, but I wonder how it works with Ultimis Richthofen. His soul is the only one that couldn't be harvested from the Ultimis Universe. We got Maxis trapping him inside a zombie after Buried, but I am uncertain what 'that' is. Whether it is soul or life force, it seems powerful enough to jump from zombie body to zombie body. Zombies still have life force theirselves, so something different? I dont get that entire soul thing, and how people can just live without one.
  3. The One: Both songs have Elena and a melody that I like, both songs have alot of screaming that I disgress (but its Death Metal so I get it), so I'll go for the lyrics. And then the clear winner to me is the One. However, there arw very few songs that fit so well with the map's atmosphere as Coming Home. I am the Well: Just more my style Definately Lullaby of a Dead Man: Im going so good on this one and its in my personal top 3. Pareidolia: a lyrical masterpiece. Beauty of Annihilation: Better melody in my opinion. Abracadavre: As said in earlier bracket rounds, one of my favourite songs. If this one has to battle Always Running or Lullaby, it'd be a tough one for me. Won't back down: More my style and original. The Gift: New yet classic
  4. How would it work with the teleportation back, then? Why is the Griffin Station pad linked with a teleporter in Groom Lake 1963? The explanation might lay in the fact that, from my understanding, we teleport from a Linking Pad, rather than a real teleporter, something we never done before. In Der Riese, Kino and Der Eisendrache, we teleport from either MTD to MTD or MTD to Linking Pad. Now we do the reverze of the latter. Maybe it has something to do with the underlaying MPD? After all, it teleported Richthofen and might be a corrupted version of the Keeper's teleport devices. The most easy explanation is that upon return to Groom Lake, it is in 2025 too. Perhaps after the major outbreak the site was abandoned, thus the 1963 banner (this is right, right? I still am unsure if its true or Im just making up something) still being there in 2025. This explains why Groom Lake is on fire after sending the rockets from 2025 Moon to Earth. The Earth is scattered in pieces and the Magnetic Field goes wack, causing Temporal Rifts all over history. However, the timeline also states that the missles leave our planet "fractured and broken". I believe fractures are created by a butterfly effect in the past, e.g. killing Richthofen in dozens of universes, doing the corpses step in Buried ("we created a tear in space-time), etc. Maybe this is another explanation for a Groom Lake that appears in 1963 to be on fire. We got those Vril artifacts put into the rockets, possibly still linked with the MPD, which could be linked with 1963. When we did kaboom to Earth, multiple things happened: Since we had a 1963 where everything had to be allright (otherwise Ultimis could never got so far in e.g. CotD in 2011 and Classified in 1963), the original timeline maintains like this. Just normal We got a fracture where the rockets hit Earth in 1963, causing the odd tectonic shift resulting in supercontinent on Earth we see from the Moon, 2025. We got the rockets hitting Earth at the actual time we see in Moon, in 2025. Since this doesn't contradict with the past, this doesn't create a fracture and is an actual event happening in the original universe. I'm unsure how the link with 1963 and the Vril Spheres would work, but I imagine they must have some role in this fracturing of Earth. In DE, we need a hella lot of rockets to harm the Moon. In Moon, we need only three to not only destroy Earth, a planet way bigger than the Moon, but also make it fracture. Noclipping Moon during the Easter Egg shows us that the Vril Sphere is three-doublicated and put in every rocket. Three Spheres, three rockets, three possible outcomes of that universe? I'm probably looking at things that shouldn't be canon but hey, I like thinking about these things.
  5. Reading your upgraded timeline, I realized we got a paradox issue: We got Ultimis in nighttime Groom Lake at 1963, during Classified (BO4). After this, we first encounter them in dayline Groom Lake (BO1) where if I recall correctly a banner with the year 1963 or something can be seen, so this would fit with the idea that Ultimis is fighting the horde here until it gets daytime. Now, we got this: "October 13th, 2025 - MOON Using the Vril Device and the Focusing Stone, Richtofen completes his Grand Scheme and swaps bodies with Samantha on the Moon, giving him full control of the zombies and the Aether. " Moon is in 2025, so the only thing I can imagine is that either A. Bo1 Groom Lake is in 2025 too or B. the MTD between Groom Lake and Griffin Station timetravels 62 years in the future and past every time we use it. But then, when we blow Earth up, No Man's Land (1963) is on fire too while we shot the rockets at 2025 Earth. And as a last thing, this is how Earth looks like when seen from the Moon. Like the supercontinent Pangea 250 million years ago. We see this go in fire after the rockets blast as well. So what is all this? Did we cause the Permian extinction, the largest extinction ever, or something? In the Shangri La loading screan, which is at the same time ("meanwhile") as the Moon loading screen, we see an Eclipse. Perhaps, every time there is an Eclipse, timetravel is fucked or something? Right now too tired to think about all this.
  6. Fockin' neat! How would you feel about it if we could make an interactive manifestation of this thing on our site, complete with images and Victis-Ultimis-Primis-Richthofen teleportation links (like in the doc)? @Hells Warrrior Do you think the 'Egg Step' system or something could work?
  7. Reading this thread I'm pretty sure it has to be on the 5th, nice detective work Rad! @Mattzs I agree with you on the Broken Arrow part, but in Classified we have this radio: So Broken Arrow projects already existed, though not worked out or executed, waiting for the official approval of the American government. The "Five" outbreak was the last drop of water that made Broken Arrow to officially gain this approval, I think. This sentence holds more important things: An international alliance for defend Earth against Samantha. There are a number of oddities spread throughout zombie maps that could easily be explained by the idea of an international cooperation concerning zombies: A Soviet Lunar Lander in what appears to be West Germany, a Broken Arrow facility in China right next to what we presume to be the USSR's Global Polarization Device. And there is more: The appearance of Russian/Cyrillic words on items in Tranzit and Moon are well-known, or rather notorious. Could this too be explained with an 'International Cooperation'? We got the following: A word meaning infected or contaminated. A sentence meaning ‘Control-Dosimetry item “Child”. “Child” is also the name of a village located in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. The way this word is written between double quotation marks make it seem like it is a name of an item or operation or something. Dosimetry refers to the calculation of ionizing radiation, used for radiation protection in e.g. the aftermath of Chernobyl. A sentence meaning ‘through 500m’. Is there something laying 500 meter deep in the ground? I am unable to find if this can only be found on Moon, or Tranzit too. The initial possible explanation of these words was the idea that Hanford was a Russian Sleeper Cell location. In the Black Ops Campaign, we encounter a map of the USA where Drakovich has Nova-6 Sleeper Cells located: These are groups of sleeper agents who inconspicuously remain dormant in a community until activated, by a prearranged signal, to enable a chemical attack of the highly toxic Nova-6 gas. As seen on the map, a Sleeper Cell is also located in Washington State, possibly at the Hanford Campus. The Russian crates could carry Nova-6, ready to havoc the largest chemical attack in history. It might even explain the battle between the Black Ops and Spetsnaz in Nuketown. However, it wouldn’t explain the presence of the crates in Griffin Station, so I like the second theory more. The USSR and US are having a Cold War affair about the remnants of Group 935’s works, with the Space Race to Griffin Station as the jackpot. In 1963, however, the American government was concerned about an entity known as ‘Samantha’, the Child, a thread for the entire planet. The intro cutscene of the map “Five” shows some kind of attempt for reconciliation between Kennedy and Castro to discuss formal matters: Discussing the Samantha thread, and how to defend against her. I could see that after Castro seeing the undead with his own eyes, and surviving the outbreak, he surely would be willing to cooperate in the war against the German girl. More world leaders would follow, most notably those of the USSR. China’s ‘International Zombie Centre’, which is also marked on the Broken Arrow map in Camp Edward, could be proof for this. There is international cooperation in all matters concerning the Element, among which Hanford, Griffin Station, and even the Asian Time Paradox Site (Shangri La), where Russian crates can also be found. Maybe this organisation is even the CoD Zombie Labs. I'm sorry if I go too in-depth in this point :)
  8. You're happy, I'm happy *~*/ZombiesHangman\*~*  Test your might! _ _ _ E _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ E _ _ E _ Incorrect Guesses (0/6):  Hints: Scoreboard: The Reigning Champo Lampo: Lenne - 254 2nd: Slade - 238 (the silveriest of surfers) 3rd: way2good - 201 (brown town baby woo) Electric Jesus - 150 The Meh (“lil’ cheese”) - 144 Nightmare Voyager (”big cheese”) - 134  ETEl2NAL407 - 100 Tasha the noob - 93 Delta - 68 Naitrax - 58 Rissole25 - 48 MysteryMachineX - 46 Undead - 44 Chopper - 34 Cheesegrater28 - 32 Tac - 30 anonymous - 30 PortlyLlama80 - 22 Reddonkeyham - 20 RequixEclipse - 18 Jake Duck - 16 wesleykg00 - 16 Silv3r Energy - 16 83457 - 12 zombieman9 - 10 XAvengedLullabyX - 10 OverWater17 - 10 RaidDzn - 10 PINNAZ - 8 nayrc - 6 jiipee95 - 6 unlawfully inacurate - 4 Ooka - 2 RiftRunner001 - 2 ZombieDreamerDan - 2 CrubZee - 2 BriggzyJ97 - 2 TheNathanNS - 2 Mr Swifty - 2 RZArazorSHARP20 - 2 Señor Festo Lithium - 2 JJMFP - 1   Rules:  Guess the word orphrase correctly, WITHOUT any letters = 10 points Guess the word or phrase correctly = 2 points Stump the field (6 incorrect guesses) = 6 points One incorrect letter = 1 incorrect guess One incorrect word(s) = 2 incorrect guesses You may only guess up to 2 consonants or 1 vowel at a time. Host adds hint after 4 incorrect guesses. Numbers MUST be spelled out.  After 6 wrong guesses, the personwho made the last guess gets the board.  If, after two weeks, the person who is meant to be posting a board doesn't, another person is allowed to take their board and continue the game.
  9. Wherever you are, whatever you do, you all have a special place in my heart ❤️

    1. RadZakpak

      RadZakpak

      You must have one big heart!

    2. anonymous

      anonymous

      It grows every time a soul is swallowed

  10. @NaBrZHunter Can't you teach the study Zombiology at my university or something? There is a genuine logic behind the fact that neurons being the messenger between a nervous system and Life Force, as they work electrical (the ratio potassium/sodium ions generates this). So yeah, when there is electriciy, there is a magnetic field: Our Aura or Chakra, like @Mattzs said. However, I am unsure about what Element 115 really does. If it is inhauled through the lungs, gas exchange happens via the pulmonary alveolus and involves the uptake of 115 in the blood first. Via blood, it could arrive and infect pretty much all body tissues. It can move through the Blood-Brain Barrier and infects the brain as well. However, I don't fully get how it can influence our Aura from there and makes the dead 'radio messengers' or 'electromagnetic marionnettes'. Concerning the soul, 'Life Force' can only exist if there is a magnetic field, ergo, if there is physical matter. Maxis' soul in Griffin Station and the Afterlife in Mob proves that a soul can exist without matter. I wonder, how does this work? Does the Life Force of a passed away person survive in an physical environment? Is it like some kind of scarf in the electromagnetic field? Matter contains energy, but that energy is maintained or converted after the matter is gone. I think Life Force can only exist when there is matter, but the soul somehow keeps existing
  11. Excusi excusi, here it is: *~*/ZombiesHangman\*~*  Test your might! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Incorrect Guesses (0/6):  Hints: Scoreboard: The Reigning Champo Lampo: Lenne - 254 2nd: Slade - 238 (the silveriest of surfers) 3rd: way2good - 201 (brown town baby woo) Electric Jesus - 150 The Meh (“lil’ cheese”) - 144 Nightmare Voyager (”big cheese”) - 134  ETEl2NAL407 - 100 Tasha the noob - 93 Delta - 68 Naitrax - 58 Rissole25 - 48 MysteryMachineX - 46 Undead - 44 Chopper - 34 Cheesegrater28 - 32 Tac - 30 anonymous - 30 PortlyLlama80 - 22 Reddonkeyham - 20 RequixEclipse - 18 Jake Duck - 16 wesleykg00 - 16 Silv3r Energy - 16 83457 - 12 zombieman9 - 10 XAvengedLullabyX - 10 OverWater17 - 10 RaidDzn - 10 PINNAZ - 8 nayrc - 6 jiipee95 - 6 unlawfully inacurate - 4 Ooka - 2 RiftRunner001 - 2 ZombieDreamerDan - 2 CrubZee - 2 BriggzyJ97 - 2 TheNathanNS - 2 Mr Swifty - 2 RZArazorSHARP20 - 2 Señor Festo Lithium - 2 JJMFP - 1   Rules:  Guess the word orphrase correctly, WITHOUT any letters = 10 points Guess the word or phrase correctly = 2 points Stump the field (6 incorrect guesses) = 6 points One incorrect letter = 1 incorrect guess One incorrect word(s) = 2 incorrect guesses You may only guess up to 2 consonants or 1 vowel at a time. Host adds hint after 4 incorrect guesses. Numbers MUST be spelled out.  After 6 wrong guesses, the personwho made the last guess gets the board.  If, after two weeks, the person who is meant to be posting a board doesn't, another person is allowed to take their board and continue the game.
  12. Okay so thinking about the undead living actually makes sense. As I've said in prior comment, all matter contains vibrating particles, which generate an electric pulse which forms a magnetic field. In Buried Maxis even says that all matter contains energy. So its not important if it is a living or dead body. Hell, even a rock has an aura. Thing about a rock, or any object, is that it has no muscles to physically move. A dead body has, thats why zombies are able to exist. And rezurrecting this electromagnetic field, almost in a way like marionette dolls, also rezurrect this deceased's brain, and thus its soul. However, it is neurologically enslaved to the Controller, resulting in the lyrics of 'the One'. A zombie has an everlasting desire for human flesh (which is given by the Controller), though it wishes someone kills him to end his suffering.
  13. Hmm, so looking up 'mesmerism' @Mattzs , also known as Animal Magnetism, is about passing over an electromagnetical energy current via a person's Aura to the person itself, healing him/her. About Auras (a pseudosciencific explanation): Solid looking matter is made up of pure energy which is vibrating at a specific frequency which gives matter properties like shape, size, texture etc. These solid looking objects like a pen, book and even the molecules, atoms and cells in our bodies for that matter are actually made up of vibratory energy particles like electron, protons , neutrons and further more tiny particles. So when these particles vibrate in their nucleus, a small electrical impulse is generated in our body and according to the famous law of physics “When there is a electrical field around a body, a magnetic field gets developed automatically”. So the tiny electrical impulses in our body results into the formation of a magnetic field around our body which is actually know as the Aura- electromagnetic field of the body. The Aura is a person's electromagnetic field! Since everything in this universe is made up of the same constituent particles electron, protons, neutrons etc that means everything has an Aura. And if we keep on expanding these so called elementary particles we reach a point where we find nothing but pure energy vibrating at the very essence of these solid looking objects. Everything in this physical universe is nothing but energy which connects to everything in the universe. So yeah this, along with mesmerism, is definately interesting matter, as an Aura is actually by some believed to be our Life Force. And back to the original topic, this can be affected/manipulated by Earth's magnetic field and Leylines, so our total energy is part of a wider field. What I find odd though, is that the undead also still seem to have this Life Field, as the Aether occupant is able to control it and upon killing them, in cases like charging the MPD, the Apothican Eggs, the Origins Chests, etc, they still hold Life Force. So does an Aura and thus a soul remain in a body after dying? Anout the EMP, or Electromagnetic Pulse, this basically creates an explosion of electromagnetic noise that blocks radio waves and fries circuitry. So as long as the pulse is active, the controller cannot communicate, as the frequencies are all blocked by radio noise. When throwing an EMP near the magic box, the box closes. When throwing an EMP near a Perk-a-Cola machine, the machine will temporary not work. When throwing an EMP near a group of zombies, the light in the eyes of them will vanish and the zombies become passive. All because the EMP has temporary severed the connection between Aether/115 and the concerning object or subject. But this is also proof that zombies are revitalised by 115 due to its electromagnetic properties. Also, our buddy Nabrzhunter noted the similarity in response the mystery box has to the EMP. The EMP interrupts the signal from the MPD, locking the controller out of his Aethereal access to that area, so he can no longer 'insert' weapons or objects into that time via the portal known as the mystery box due to that disconnect. Note that the box is still there, the same way the guns you have previously purchased are still there because they have already been completely manifested and are now physical and out of the reach of the controller. However, the guns remain guns and the box remains nothing but a box. I believe Black Ops II entirely revolved around this subject, wheras Victis had to activate so-called Global Polarization Devices. Polarization in electromagnetism refers to the way how the electrical fieldvector vibrates, though my knowledge lacks any more understanding of that subject. The most important thing is that once the Towers are activated, it seems like either Richthofen or Maxis controls the planets magnetic field or something, enabling them to either 'mend the Rift', or using its energy. @RadZakpak Good reminder about Maxis contacting survivors only through electric devices. It could be very possible that he uses the MPD as some kind of broadcast antenna or something, but that leaves the question: Why can't Richthofen do this? He only seems to be able to communicate via 115. Concerning Corvus, that what you said pretty much convinced me that it is tied with Broken Arrow and the main story. It could taking place in another fracture or something, or the universe it takes place in itself is a creation of Broken Arrow. It is multiple times mentioned that the organization is about 'opening new worlds'. Could the 'Corvus Universe' be some kind of Test World created by Broken Arrow, where they did experiments revolving AI, transfer of consiousness and Nova-6? Seems a bit far off but it is interesting enough for me to look into that matter later. Good point!
  14. Youre not the goof, Im the goof. The answer on his question is indeed yes, entschuldigung. Just me going too deep again. Side note: Do zombies appear in the BO4 campaign? I have never played BO4 and didn't even knew it had a campaign. In what vontext do they appear?

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