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  1. anonymous

    Revelations Buildables.

    Agreed, and I thank you for creating these. For any thing I need to know while playing CoDZ, I always have this site and its tutorials like this backing me
  2. anonymous

    Yellow Eyes in the Zombies Comic

    Good notice! First of all I wouldnt say that Maxis' eyecolours are much different than Samantha's, both being orange/yellow with maybe a small notable difference that might be caused by the lighting in ''Buried''. So the yellow eyes could be either Sam or her father. I found it curious that in the first four maps of BO3 (SoE, TG, DE and ZnS) the eyes are yellow. Being reminded by your notice, I think this might be caused by the indirect consequences of that certain action of Victis in the comics. So acquiring the Kronorium from Empty Earth might not merely have led to the yellow eyes in the second half of the comic series, but to the yellow eyes in BO3 as well. Not sure though, just a guess The empty earth is in my opinion a just as mysterious location as the Frozen Forest and the House. A location that serves as a housing for many interdimensional artifacts? Only accesible for those with a soul and too fragile to be sustained? Its all kinda odd. Primis are never seen holding the Kronorium (except during the Revelations Easter Egg). What might have happened is that from the moment Victis retrieves the book in Empty Earth, Richthofen's New Scheme is set in motion and the BO3 Monty Cycle is changed, giving Primis the Kronorium and eventually leading to some outcome that made Sam or Maxis becoming the Demonic Announcer. According to the Timeline, I believe there is only one MPD in the entire Multiverse. Only one person can ''lead'' the undead in every universe at the same time, with the exception of pocket universes such as Mob of the Dead
  3. anonymous

    ~Zombies Hangman~

    I like. I even wanted to create a blooddonor advertisement with the BotD cutscene Richthofen in it one day. Maybe
  4. anonymous

    The Last Classified Cipher Discussion

    Tbh, I always found Maxis the odd character in BO3. While being soulless, he acts kinda like the interdimensional messenger. While we were doing stuff for Monty the whole time, we didnt even knew of his existence untill Stalingrad. It was Maxis who told us what to do the whole time, like the bridge between Monty and Primis. Good point. I hope we get some more intel or theories about this as well. About the whole House maybe. The whole Agartha thing is still so vague. And where does that radiation come from.
  5. anonymous

    Solo Quick Revive - Friend or Foe?

    Truly, I have never looked like this to the perks. Im a simple player and not a real tactican: I buy perks without the idea that I might wanna change class. Thanks for the post!
  6. From the picture it seems like the DNA helixes are just splitter, probably with the enzymes Helicase and Ligase. After that they put them together with the deoxyribose nucleoid acid of pigs. The question is why?
  7. anonymous

    The Last Classified Cipher Discussion

    Me too. And @Electric Jesus man if I were able to give a comment more than one like I would do so with yours. The idea that everything extraordinary that happens in the Zombies Saga is sciencific rather than made-up mythological excites me. Like a big Christopher Nolan movie. Monty and Shadowman not being gods just because they are but because an experiment went wrong, and everything happening afterwards being some kind of paradox actually created by accident in a terribly failed Group 935 experiment would be awesome. I've heard about theories that Monty and Shadowman are originally the same prior. It could be something like in the movie "the Prestige", where using a MTD created by Tesla doesn't actually teleport you, but rather clones you to another location. The first MTD tests might have doubled a subject, creating the "good" Monty and "bad" Shadowman, actually both craving for unlimited power. Perhaps 935 even accidentally created the Aether, like the "beings" in Interstellar created the hypercube at the end of Interstellar, but then by humans of the 3th dimension. Something I suddenly gotta think of is a theory I once read about Monty being Brock and Shadowman being Gary, turning into these persons after discovering Agartha. The only "evidence" for this would be one being British and one being American, which is a kinda lame one I gotta say. I totally forgot about the red scarf cipher. It's odd to think that one has to tell Monty that the giant has risen while we are also said that he is omnipotent, so he should already know that.
  8. anonymous

    The State of Zombies

    Im getting the feeling that Zombies is turning into one big Hollywood show more and more. With the Rise of Reddit, the faces of zombies (such as Jason Blundell, Treyarch developers and above all, YouTubers) and popular opinions have won it from the story and theorists. It's all about marketing and the hype now. And the company are trying too hard to do the right thing. Things like Team Death match and Battle Royale are game modes that slot of games have/had. Zombies mode was something unique and invented by Call of Duty. Now they're kinda killing it but all we can blame is the community that led to it. Still like the story though. But redditors will never talk about the myths of Agartha, Area 51 conspiracies and the science behind Matter Transference yet they do talk about the way Primis is going. And things like Jason Blundell's haircut.
  9. anonymous

    New Challenge Idea

    Hmm, might test that soon...
  10. anonymous

    The Last Classified Cipher Discussion

    It is a very odd cipher indeed. It is known that Monty didn't interferred with Earth's residents except for helping humanity against the Apothicans by offering little "nudges" that would eventually indirectly help to stop the inter-dimensional hullabaloo. He also blamed Group 935 for creating the Matter Transference Devices, the start of this misery. So now it seems like Monty wanted the "hullabaloo" on purpose. If I recall correctly, he hasn't made contact with any human prior: Maxis was his first. So why does Monty want the hullabaloo? Another thing you say is that Maxis is a man of science, and indeed, he is. He would never abandon such a project as the MTD. And even if he would have, he must have been very impressed when Richthofen managed it to teleport a walnut for the first time. But his reaction back then was merely something like: "just stop the testing Richthofen". Like something changed his mind and he didn't even wanted the MTD to exist, while it was him who started the experimenting. Maybe the sentence "For M, who started me on this Journey." goes for Monty warning Maxis to stop the testing with the MTD. Perhaps thats why he didn't want Richthofen to continue it
  11. anonymous

    What keeps you loving Zombies?

    For me it really is this site, the story and the mysterious atmosphere. Oddly enough not the gamemode itself. I like to wander around in the map, looking at some objects and textures and think if I can find some story-related thing behind that. Doing so, you realize the maps are really made in detail. Though I know if I hadn't found this forum, I wouldn't have played zombies for a long time. And I agree with you Infest, playing with others makes it so much fun. Playing alone I always feel lonely, abandoned and just not good. I always make sure I play online or split-screen
  12. That would actually be the most logical answer on this question! Don't really understand how Groß can sound like Kustover but I guess the voice actor had trouble speaking crazy German Schwarfes S. Is the camp in Ludwigdorf (where, according to the Der Riese newspaper, bees have disappeared) also part of this Groß-Rosen? That one is located near Der Riese. Another question though. How could Richthofen and his loyals secretly transport prisoners to the Moon without Maxis knowing about it?
  13. Recently I have watched a Swedish movie, in which they at one point talked about a village Blablabla (something) Posten. I wonder if multiple villages in Sweden have the word ''Posten" in its name. Maybe Kustover Posten is a not-existing anymore village in early 1900s Sweden. What's curious more, is that when I searched "Kustover" on Google, one of the first links is a site about holidays to the Swedish coastal areas. I know this is little evidence, but could Kustover Posten be located in Sweden? Sweden had a neutral status in WW2, with sometimes helping Germany, sometimes helping the Western Allies. For example, they allowed the German Wehrmacht to travel through Sweden when attacking and retreating from the Soviet Union. They shared military intelligence with the Allies, was home to Allied airbases and trainings and became of refuge for anti-Fascist and Jewish Europeans. Maybe Group 935 had a station here as well
  14. anonymous

    The CoD Zombies Storybook

    Some brilliant shit you've got there Rad! Took some time to read it but I enjoyed every bit of it. Undone is so cleverly made: It even makes the "second outbreak of NDU radio signals" quote canon. While reading it, I forgot that Book 1 ends with Sam just in the MPD: This chapter is a brilliant intro the new powers of this entity. Danke Schön is a masterpiece. I would personally more be in favour in two short chapters rather than one large, but that's just me. Richthofen is a funny man, but sometimesI forget how cruel he actually is. And why the heck do they let the only drunk person drive!
  15. Though I don't believe in a busroute B, I personally disagree with Boom and I actually think TranZit still has its mysteries. This thread discusses a new discovered thing in TranZit. In the first comment, I linked some threads that include more mystery topics. Also indeed, welcome to the Forum, friends!
  16. Apparently there is the CoD Zombie labs symbol as camouflage on some Pack-a-Punched weapons in the map Classified. Does this mean these trailers, aging from the Black Ops I era, are confirmed to be canon? Appearing in the Pentagon, does this mean the Labs are American? Is it a part of the Broken Arrow program? This would actually make sense concerning some things seen in the trailers: The Nova-6 Crawlers and the Wavegun. We know the Americans experimented with the Nova-6 Crawlers (we even found blueprints in Classified) and they might have found the Wavegun in Griffin Station. Or perhaps they invented it. This raises in second question in my head: Did the Americans ever succeed in creating a stable and functioning Matter Transference link between Groom Lake and Griffin Station in the same moment (so no time travel). If so, the Zombie Labs in Griffin Station could very well be the American Zombie Labs from the trailers.
  17. anonymous

    Call of Duty Zombie Labs now canon?

    There is something about "the Americans start working on their own version of the Wunderwaffe" in the Timeline, right? Is that ever explained? And this is not about the Winters Howl, since the creation of that weapon is stated seperately in the timeline.
  18. anonymous

    Wardens Board

    Interesting stuff, Requix! Schrödinger states that there is a ritual circle in Shadows as well, which is, just like BotD, from my understanding a pocket dimension. Imagine that the Apothicans language here describes how to create such a pocket dimension following these rituals. What does it say? Let's start at: Quite logical, right? Or perhaps this is the beginning of the pocket dimension, a.k.a. the last step/ending of the ritual. Is that the symbol in the centre? If so, that could mean that all the meanings of the words around it should be looked at in the "action form". What someone must do. I'm thinking What does this word even mean? I'm not English XD So humans are needed for the ritual. That makes the Apothicans dependant on our species. They need help of a hand in a universe, they can't do everything from their Dark Aether. The human changes in a servant. Or is it a hint to the Apothicans Servant Antimatter shooting thingy? Gather what? Are there skulls in Alcatraz? I bet there are. Are they used for ritual things? Emotions seem odd for Dark Aetherial beings. Maybe it is pride with which the Apothicans promise the Warden as exchange for his deeds. Power and pride Which means...? I'm really curious how much the Shadow ritual circle has in common with this
  19. First of all, if you have time, PLEASE watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4Gotl9vRGs It takes only 11 minutes and that guy explains everything so good. You will notice that after watching that video you will look entirely different to the world around you. If you want a short summary, here it is. And watch out, it takes us beyond the physical and imaginable. Try to be sweet to your brain and stop reading if you cant handle it anymore: So let us start with the 0th dimension. This is really nothing else than a dot. Well, actually even less than that, since a dot has a width and a length, while the dot has not. It is really nothing more than a coordinate in a graph. A theoretical location in space-time, existing of no components. Everything “lower” than this 0th dimension is beneath creation. The 1th dimension is fairly easy: You have two 0th dimensional “dots’ and connect these with each other, creating a line. Mind you, this line exists of only one component: length. It has no width. Moving on to the 2th dimension is to connecting two 1th dimensional lines with each other, adding a second component: width. We now have a flat entity, without any depth. From this dimension, it is only one component away from our 3th dimension: Adding depth. Everything you see around you is 3D, existing of length, width and depth. However, there is a second, more interesting way to look at our 3th dimension. Imagine a 2D world, with an infinite flat 2D insect walking over an infinite flat 2D paper. The insect is standing on the edge of the paper, not able to walk further because that’s just the end of the paper. Now we, as 3-dimensional beings, interfere with this 2D world and bow this paper into the third dimension. The insect is now able to walk further over the paper, as he pops away from the one edge of the paper and appears on the other edge. The paper itself remains 2D, but the insect has basically travelled through the 3th dimension to travel to another location in the 2th dimension. Are you with me so far? Then we’re continuing. Because now we are getting at the more complicated stuff. Moving up into a higher dimension than the third sounds very odd, but it actually isn’t that hard to understand. The 4th dimension is, like every X dimension can be depicted as two X-1 dimensions connected with each other. Connecting two 3D objects, let’s say cubes, with each other, creates a hypercube, or tesseract. Still understandable, yes? Now it is getting more complicated: What if we don’t take a cube but another object, existing on location A at time=1 and on location B at time=2. What if we take, for example, a human. His entire life, from the moment he existed till he died, is the fourth dimension. The fourth component is TIME! The hypercube is nothing else than a visualisation of this. A 4th dimensional human is his entire life, connecting two places in 3D space-time and everything between it, seeing as one entity. Again, I heavily recommend watching that video I linked, it explains it so much better than I do. Following the principle of the insect walking over the 2D paper bowing itself through 3D space, we can also bow 3D space through the 4th dimension and in that way create a Wormhole from any point in space AND time to another point in space and time. A reminder: This is only in ONE universe. I think this is the basic principle behind the Matter Transference Device. So the fourth dimension is a timeline. The 5th dimension is like having multiple “timeline hypercubes” connected with each other: like having multiple possible timelines. There is one in which you can become a professor and one in which you cannot, depending on your choices of your life-timeline. It are all different spits, or like the zombie community likes to call it: Fractures. However, you cannot travel between these timelines and you there will always happen only one of such timeline. This isn’t the case if you connect such 5th dimensions with each other and create the 6th dimension. You are now able to freely “walk” around between the timelines as we can walk around from 3D space-time location A to 3D space-time location B. You just travel from the non-professor timeline to the professor timeline if you feel like. You can walk through an infinite amount of timelines, yet all bound to the very same beginning of each timeline: The Big Bang. The 7th dimension does not deal with this limit as it consists of various 6th dimensions. So there is a timeline in which the Big Bang happened, but also timelines in which everything started with something else. The 7th dimension exists of actual different universes. Connecting all these with each other created the 8th dimension. So that are all possible timelines with all possible beginnings combined. The 9th dimension is where you can actually travel between all these timelines. The 10th dimension is all of the above. It includes everything, and scientists therefore believe that the 10th dimension is the highest and the end of our interdimensional voyage. This is it. The infinite. Everything.
  20. anonymous

    The History, Traditional Powers and Known Uses of the MPD

    No I didn't knew that (funny to keep in mind the Five labs were actually based on the labs in Rebirth Island, BO Campaign). I guess that does exclude the Denizen cages right? It's an interesting fact for sure You mean the Americans built the MPD room? I assume it was Griffin Station who created it but you bring up an entire new idea. What if Group 935 never completely finished Griffin Station. What if it was Broken Arrow who completed the moonbase, including the large MTD above the MPD, and the computers around it (since the first computer dates from AFTER World War II). Maybe the MPD blueprint was not of a recreated one but of the original, being investigated and connected with technology by the Americans. That's an interesting thought
  21. anonymous

    Call of Duty Zombie Labs now canon?

    Critical thinking, Rad! The Hellhounds didnt show up in Five, so I don't see a reason why Samantha would have send them prior to the scientists in the Pentagon (except, of course, to chase Ultimis). Perhaps they came across the Hellish creatures accidentally while experimenting with matter transference and the Aether, like Hellhounds don't merely show up in Der Riese during a regular hound-round. They show up accidentally when using an MTD as well. Those are some points that once set together make an interesting complex. I'm not sure yet where this can lead to, but I hope to find it out during this season. There is a moment in the future in which the CDC head broadcasts that 115 has gone airborne. From Classified radios we know that breathing in gaseous 115 eventually leads to zombification (probably 'cuz of metabolism of the element in the lungs, absorbing it in the blood sand evtually in the cells of the patient). Has this explosion triggered this airborne going of 115? Is that the start of the global zombification and breakdown?
  22. anonymous

    The History, Traditional Powers and Known Uses of the MPD

    @NaBrZHunter and @InfestLithium that clears some things up, thanks! Today I was playing TranZit, and some asshole managed it to trap me and my other two fellow players in the Power Room (only she had a turbine and she had taken the zombie hand part through the electrical door, leaving it unable to open by us). So I kinda had plenty of time observating the room...and the purpose of it. I remember some transcripts of the Timeline: What always intrigued me is the word "accidentally" in the creating of the Avogadro, a word that isn't placed there accidentally (pun not intended) since it isn't there in the transcript about the creation of the Denizens. So Broken Arrow ACCIDENTALLY created the Avogadro. Did any of you ever see the similarity between the Green Run Power Room and the Griffin Station MPD Room? The central structure, connected with technology, and the circular device above. What if Broken Arrow finished their Aetherial Vril Pyramid Prototype and the Avogadro is the failed product of it. They created it accidentally, turning the testsubject into an Electric Man with limited powers over the sky (he can control weather and electricity), actually being a prisoner of the Aether. Victis free him with nothing else left in the remnants of his mind than anger and revenge. A argument against this, however, is how easy Victis can free him: Simply turn on the switch. Ultimis had a whole other deal with freeing Samantha back on the Moon...
  23. anonymous

    The History, Traditional Powers and Known Uses of the MPD

    The following picture showed up in Classified: Broken Arrow is trying to recreate the Moon Transference Device. Did they succeed to establish a stable link between Griffin Station and Groom Lake? It apparently seems so. I'm gonna guess that McNamara and Pernell wanted to recreate this Aetherial Vril Pyramid to weapons against Samantha....or to claim power their selves. Now I'm not going into the reason why or how right now. I wonder if it would be scientifically possibly for two MPD's to exist. What's more, in the same dimension. So there always was only 1 MPD. The reason why we see one in Der Eisendrache is because this is a fracture of the Original Universe, and not a different dimension. This MPD is in fact the same as the one we see in BO1 Moon. So there always was only one pyramid. Not gonna say that it happened, but what if Broken Arrow succeed in creating another one. How would this work? Two announcers? And how far does the power of an MPD actually get? From fresh intel we know Global Polarization Devices are needed to gain full power over Earth...in only one universe. And that while the Timeline says the following: If that was the case, how could the Apothicans have lost their war against the Keepers? @NaBrZHunter?
  24. New ciphers in the map Classified have been solved, showing some interesting new intelligence. The First one is about Richthofen's so-called "Demand List" to the Americans in 1946. It seems like Doctor Richthofen requisted these items in exchange for information about Group 935's work in the Second World War. We now know that this was called Operation Stapler. An interesting side fact: Operation Paperclip was a secret program by the American government to in which more than 1,600 German scientists, engineers, and technicians were taken from (Nazi-)Germany and employed in the US. I guess the name Operation Stapler was not used just because it sounds neat.....it has definately ties with Operation Paperclip. Anyway, here we go: First of all, it explains the portrait of Richthofen in the Panic Room. What's more important, it explains the Global Polarization Device in the Hanford Site. Let's go a bit into the TranZit story now (since I like that map so much). Tranzit, as all of you might know, takes place in Hanford, Washington State, USA. This exact location was discovered by no one else then good ol’ @PINNAZ, who connected the bus map and timetable in Bus Depot with the actual Google Earth view of Hanford and the surrounding areas. The shape of the Columbia river, the roads and the railway are astonishing corresponding: Hanford was, and actually still is, an American scientific-military facility? But what terrible things could have happened here that could led to the events we see in Tranzit? For that, we go back to the origins of the Hanford Works. In 1943, in the midst of World War II, the United States launched the construction of nuclear facilities in the area of the small town of Hanford. For the sake of winning the war, Hanford’s citizens were relocated to new living areas and the area became fully restricted to enter. Huge concrete constructions raised from the ground, miles of road and railway were created, and four electrical substation were built. So-called ‘tank farms’ appeared, which had a function in storing radioactive waste: Large, partly underground, waste cylinders. In case it wasn’t clear yet: Hanford became a massive top-secret nuclear research facility, mainly focussed on forming plutonium. Remember: This was in a time in which compared with these days very little was known about the effects of radioactive waste on humans. You can imagine relatively few safety measurements were taken. Subsequently, the area became extremely polluted with many types of hazardous elements and chemicals. It was in the drinking water of not only the workers, but also the citizens who lived some miles away. In their blood. In their cells. And many of them died not old. It was 1945: Germany capitulated, and after the dropping of two atomic bombs (of which as a matter of fact, one was created in the Hanford Works) Japan as well. After the Greek Civil War in 1946, the era of the Cold War had started. An era of military competition between the United States and the Soviet Union, coincidentally both possessing the remnants of Group 935. Three months later, March 23th, 1946, Richthofen sends his demand list to the US government and begins to collaborate with them. It is unknown is Operation Stapler is only the cooperation with Doctor Richthofen or with the former Group 935 scientists in general. Anyways... By the way, I don’t believe this process was so date-specific. I think it was part of Operation Paperclip and Operation Osoaviakhim, operations during for multiple days, multiple months, even multiple years. But anyway, we continue: Now in the Cold War, the United States faced a new strategic threat in the rise of the Soviet nuclear weapon program, and expanded the Hanford Site. By 1963, the Hanford Site was home to nine nuclear reactors along the Columbia River, five reprocessing plants on the central plateau, and more than 900 support buildings and radiological laboratories around and underneath the site. Since the early 1900s, the area had developed from a small farming community to a booming "Atomic Frontier". Hurray! Green Run was a secret US Government release of radioactive fission products in the populated area around Hanford, starting in 1946 and continued till at least 1962, when more experiments commenced. The purpose of Green Run was to test methods of detecting radiation from the Soviet Union’s nuclear weapons programs, since the released radioisotopes were supposed to be detected by the US Air Force reconnaissance. This unethical human experimentation led to the death of many more local civilians. But the experimentation didn’t stop at “merely” releasing the radioactive isotopes of iodine, plutonium, uranium and xenon in the area. Or maybe it would stop there, if only not a certain top-secret American operation was behind the Green Run: Broken Arrow. Isotopes used in Nazi-Germany’s ‘Project Riese’ would follow, isotopes used in the creation of Die Glocke, or The Bell. The isotopes Xerum-525 and Ununpentium. Elements of the Ancients, not belonging to our world. Now this was the information we knew. Now with the new cipher we know that Richthofen wanted the US to built a Global Polarization Device. And they obeyed: The Hanford Site was the place. Was this the reason for all the radioactive pollution in the area? Did so many citizens died for Richthofen's Pylon? The zombies in TranZit wearing hospital gowns or sleeves titled Hanford Sanitarium... was there a hospital threating the sick patients? Could this be the place where this new zombie apocalypse began? It wouldn't be merely Broken Arrow's fault. It would be Richthofen's as well. After all, his demand led to the sickening of Hanford's citizens. I could go on about this for a very long time. Thing is, time I do not have right now so I have to move on: Cipher number 2: Now this one clears up even more loose ends: Richthofen's space suit, the Lunar Lander in Kino der Toten...it sums it all up. It looks like Richthofen really forsaw everything that would happen in his Grand Scheme. But if that would be, why would he for example plan to visit Kino der Toten? This was believed to be an incident of overloading the MTD in Der Riese, right? Could be possibly be contacted by his future self, warning and instructing him for everything that the future would bring. But the most interesting thing I haven't even mentioned: The Global Polarization Device. So the Doctor made a deal with the Soviet Union as well, who built the Global Polarization Device in Die Rise, Shang-Hai. This radiation would lead to the same result as it did in the United States: sick people eventually turning into the undead. Did the apocalypse in East Asia start here? Is this the "International Zombie Centre"? And what about Buried, who built the Polarization Device there? Sorry for ending this so bungle and short, I really have to go now. But this intel is so juicy. See ya later!
  25. Hmm, that's an interesting point. I wouldn't see the need for timetravel in his grand scheme, since the Focussing Stone and Vril Device would lay on their locations any point in time. Or maybe he wanted to teleport to the time the Americans and Soviets had finished building the GDPs, a essential need for his plan. I also wonder what differences the GDPs have for the history and future of the world. We always assumed that the Original Universe happens in our real world, based on real events. Perhaps the zombification of citizens nearby the towers and Cornelius Pernell's "preparation for a war with Samantha" gave Earth an alternate history (alternate Cold War-modern time-near future). Perhaps it's a world in which a normal human knows about the dangers of the undead, about Broken Arrow and the International Zombie Centre. Or maybe all these things were kept secret from the "dumb mob" and normal humans, and the Original Universe is still our real world. I personally like this theory more. This all also reminds me about some stuff I came upon in another post of me. Concerning mindcontrol through the GDPs, at least.

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