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  1. Hi, and welcome to my analysis of Kino's ee song 115. As usual, I would comment over other people's interpretations and offer my thoughts. For now, I would go back to my old pal @The Meh, with other people. Also, the lyrics are taken from this drive which @RadZakpakcompiled. Let's go! ---------------------------------------- I agree, no comments. I agree, no comments. This line is somewhat weird to interpret. What does she mean by “I know I won’t die alone”? If she dies, the zombies would also die? How does that reason/exp
  2. Don't worry about it! The problem is, how would that work? If they were connected like Alcatraz and MotD are, would they also hear the sirens and feel the radiation? Or is Maxis just observing and commenting?
  3. Why do you say it is nuclear? Don't you think that radiation could also mean 115's? If the missiles had 115 on their heads, then it could affect the area around the house and lead to radiation. I wrote my thoughts on this quote, if you want to check it out for better context. There is a quote for my whole reply below. Although it is different than yours, they might work together with some modifications. I believe the nuclear(?) war is the key in understanding the rest of the message and the time of this radio. We can't forget that 11
  4. You mean with The Meh? Yeah of course, but sadly he missed the shot on this one. I believed the main takeaway is the Takeo reference. I don't know a lot about poisons or who used what, but found the idea that each line(s) represent a character is brilliant.
  5. Hi I plan to revisit all the Elena's songs, for now I finished with WaW, and noticed something crazy. Revisiting Lullaby For A Deadman - an analysis This song is mainly from Samantha's perspective. Revisiting The One - an analysis This song is from Samantha\zombies perspective (in the topic, I was leaning towards Samantha, but now I might believe that it is from the zombies perspective) Revisiting Beauty of Annihilation - an analysis This is from the Ultimis perspective. You see the pattern? Right now, we have seen all the per
  6. Hi. This is not the same as previous posts! I repeat, this is not the same as previous posts! I severed my ties with @The Meh *shock face* I checked his breakdown, along with other sources, and I believe that his approach was wrong. The song talks about the four characters (Ultimis), not about Samantha. The sources I used are as follow: This for what's in bold, while the rest is from this video. The lyrics are in quotations. Let's go! -------------------------------------------------------------- Both the website and the video bring the same point, and I a
  7. This was The Meh's initial interpretation. Although it is sound, but it might be used in specific places where there are souls in the zombies, such as BotD. Yeah but The Meh brought up some good points, that's why I included both. Also, I don't think all the songs are from Samantha's pov. I was like you at first, until I saw @RadZakpak's analysis of The Gift, which he theorizes to be from someone else's pov
  8. Quoting The Meh I will quote @The Meh's analysis for the song, his analysis would be in red while mine would be outside the quote. Let's go! --------------------------------------------------------------------- I agree with The Meh, but we still don’t know for sure if it is a zombie (since zombies should not have a mind of their own) or Samantha, although I prefer the latter. There is the chance that this could mean the flesh faction, but I don’t believe so. “it tastes like chocolate” would imply that it is tasty/something you long for, which I don’t th
  9. Oh, I didn't know about that. Yeah it would make so much sense in that context. But I wouldn't say there is one meaning to it, for example the second explanation would also make sense, since if they die Samantha's reign over the earth would begin, and it connects well with the theme of resistance "You won't give up and die" Thanks!
  10. Hi I will be examining @The Meh analysis for this song, and offer my thoughts on some of the interpretations and/or song lines. The Meh's analysis would be in red, while mine would be out of the quote. Here we go! ------------------------------------------------------ I believe this is how Samantha sees the world. Even when she entered MPD, and Maxis was killed right in front of her, life still continued, and this is the truth. Spinning could also mean that nothing is gone, but rather ‘transferred’, like the law of conversation of energy Also in the second l
  11. I believe the nuclear(?) war is the key in understanding the rest of the message and the time of this radio. We can't forget that 115 also has radiation. Could it be that this radio is two months or more after the events of moon? We know that Maxis is in the aether, since he contacts the Victis group. He has been in the house for a period of time, and then Origins happens and Sam goes to the house > Origin's ending. Also I believe the battle is against the zombies/Richtofen, not the apothicons. He says "we", could he also refer to Victis? He could also refer
  12. Great analysis! I always thought it was from Sam's POV, and this is somewhat the "apology", but never went deep into analyzing it. As for this section, don't you think it would be more fitting if it was something like PTSD from when he killed/teleported Sam? Right now, in his little room (his brain), he hears the voices inside him, tormenting him about what the Ultimis Richtofen did?
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