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Edward Richtofen D-63

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  • Birthday 10/26/1996
  1. Albert. Weasel. Arlington. Mob of the Dead is a fan favorite map (though honestly, I believe the Afterlife function made it too easy). It has an amazing story, and a very interesting ending. So, four inmates (Sal DeLuca, Michael Finn O'Leary, Billy Handsome, and Albert "The Weasel" Arlington) Concoct a hairbrained scheme to escape from the formidable Alcatraz. Albert, who is somewhat of an idiot savant, designed a makeshift plane from parts that could be found and hidden in the prison itself. Everything goes smoothly, until the very moment comes where they actually have
  2. Personally, I love the story as it is. There is a sort of... mad sense to it. Just dig deeper.
  3. And you don't think they already mucked it up? Didn't Monty, himself, say that Richtofen "mucked it up" in those exact words? The entire plot is fractured so badly that the only way they can salvage it is by scrapping the current timeline and beginning with a new one. AGAIN. And didn't Tank talk about how it was an alternate universe, himself, in Verruckt from Zombies Chronicles? You're thinking, "Oh! Treyarch is too good at what they do for this to be the reality!" When the reality is staring you in the face.
  4. That's not true at all. They come from vastly different timelines. As just one example of this, Doctor Edward Richtofen, in the original timeline, was a member of the illuminati, and beyond that, was not in France during WWI, he was in college, learning with someone who would become a close friend of his, Faustus Schuster. In the Origins timeline, Edward Richtofen didn't meet Faustus Schuster, and was involved with Doctor Maxis and Group 935 decades sooner.
  5. First off, let me point something out. Edward Richtofen is the in-game voice of Treyarch. He's the one that knows all the secrets. He's the one that hides things from us. He's the one that plays mind games. That being said, there's one thing that I'm going to say that's going to blow your minds, and my evidence is something in-game. TREYARCH LIES. The Timeline... though keeping an accurate recording of events lies in ONE respect. Every single cutscene takes place in the same universe. Maybe not in the same dimension of that universe, but still the same universe. I'll explain that later. First,
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