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RichKiller

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  1. I'm a man who can't stick to his word what can I say

  2. Massive brains for that connection alone! I am under the opinion that Treyarch has referred to other songs as well, so I'm glad to see a post like this. I'm fine with the analysis, more or less, and as much as you can analyse a song that Treyarch didn't write but arguably referred. Eventually I'd say the main takeaway here is the Shadowman lurking and influencing, as in the all seeing eye. A few notes: 1. I'll Be Seeing You (song) - Wikipedia EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG Published in 1938, inserted into a Broadway theater show called "Right this way", but only rocketed off in 1944, following many singers making their own version of the song. As said in the post Frank Sinatra and Billie Holiday being from the more noticeable ones. 2. From what I'm seeing, the following section doesn't appear in the original version of the song and not in many of the other versions I have found, including Frank Sinatra's (it does appear in the version of the legendary Vera Lynn, not in the Frank Sinatra version to my concern) 3. As said, the song itself breached the void in 1944, and is overall considered as a world war II song, talking about the separation between people and their loved ones during the war, like many other war songs. Here of course, the Shadowman really sees Richtofen and his actions. As said, massive brains for the idea. I would love to see Richtofen's visit to Dimension 2210, and see more of the interaction between Primis Richtofen and the Shadowman over there.
  3. Welcome around Josh! If you're into the story you came to the right place. If you use discord you can join the forums' discord server: https://discord.gg/ndRkYS3
  4. Cipher: Ciphertext: Plaintext: Cipher type: Nihilist Alphabet: PLFIEYMWVCXZDHNTSAGRBOUQK Periodic key: Verdict Solved by: Me (Richkiller) and Coldstone. How it was solved: I recognized the cipher type almost immediately but I wasn't completely certain. This cipher has the beautiful property that most of the periodic keys simply don't work when trying to decipher. By looking at the set of the valid keys I got a periodic key that is somewhat equivalent to the actual one, and from there I got the plaintext, without the actual keys. Then to get the actual settings of the cipher, coldstone joined in and got the keys. As a side-note, this is actually a very solid cipher compared to what we've seen so far in CW, requiring some cipher work (as long as the keys won't popping up in the map in one way or another). I think this was supposed to be a medium-hard cipher but we solved it fairly quickly. @Carnage Evoker I also think someone was reading your cipher challenges from a while ago.
  5. Cipher: Ciphertext: Plaintext: Cipher type: Railway Number of rails: 5 Offset: 0 Solved by: Scotto, Me (Richkiller) How it was solved: Before the cipher was found Scotto shared with me a note from the map saying "Rails 5", which I have immediately identified with the railway cipher, we then knew there will be a Railway cipher with 5 rails. Scotto got the intel for this cipher, applied the railyway cipher, and got the result. As a side comment, the note was not necessary at all to solve the cipher, only saved a few minutes at best (This is kind of similar of giving away something like Caesar - 7).
  6. Cipher: Ciphertext: 11 23 55 21 32 11 43 34 22 11 52 15 51 52 53 55 51 52 53 24 32 41 23 11 53 52 15 32 51 52 34 34 43 55 22 51 32 41 11 43 55 24 32 15 51 11 52 34 53 52 51 15 34 51 52 15 14 55 32 24 55 32 55 52 22 11 53 52 15 55 24 55 35 14 11 34 15 51 41 55 34 53 52 41 51 42 55 15 14 11 34 55 24 55 22 11 24 35 55 35 51 52 11 15 14 55 24 51 52 22 53 24 34 51 11 52 45 11 52 55 34 55 52 15 51 24 55 34 12 53 32 35 41 11 34 15 51 52 15 55 24 32 22 15 51 52 21 54 51 15 14 32 34 14 51 31 15 51 52 21 55 52 55 24 21 33 25 32 24 24 51 55 24 51 52 34 51 35 55 45 11 52 55 31 11 24 52 11 54 32 13 11 51 35 15 14 55 43 14 32 34 55 Plaintext: Cipher type: Polybius square Polybius sqaure (key): OQVHT GCMRB FAYSD LKPXZ INUWE Solved by: Me (Richkiller) Thanks to Scotto for sharing the image.
  7. Welcome to a lore discussion beyond your imagination. Time to fetch their souls. (The puns don't get better over time)
  8. Yeah history complete accuracy is not out there. Especially when you're in another dimension/fracture which is not the original one. The term "Robot" was invented in 1920 and yet you see actual robots on the battlefields of the great war.
  9. @Rapt suggested this church, as you do indeed points to the battle of Verdun as you said but everything else points towards the battle of battle of Messines: https://translate.google.co.il/translate?hl=iw&sl=auto&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fnl.m.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FAbdij_van_Mesen Hilter's painting of the church:
  10. I love this scatch: It reminds me the gateway trailer for some reason
  11. ^ that's a great quote that I have missed, thanks for pointing it out. And don't get me started on Samantha's eternal damnation lol.
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