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Busparts other locations (a hint? with picture)


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Yesterday I found something that draw my attention.

Since the hatch has two places where it can be used (bus, diner) I've been thinking a lot about other possible locations for the two other bus-parts; the cowcatcher & the ladder.

I ran around the map a few times with the cowcatcher but I couldn't get it fit on the train or find another possible (useful) location to place it.

Brings me to the ladder... The part I mostly find on the first spot (bus-depot).

This picture below is taken in the bar in town. The painting is hanging in the stairwell and on the first floor. Next to the mystery-box spot, left. On this painting clearly see someone cross lava using a ladder.

And because you guys keep telling that everything in zombie's is with a reason (I'm a zombie-newbie) I'm starting to see this as a hint.

Across the power-station is that other location we've all seen on the 'no fog' movies, where the train crashed. Also there is only a small strip of lava and some height (across the road), just like the painting. That location looks too well developed to have no reason.

I took this picture yesterday evening and I haven't had time to test my idea so I could be wrong. But then again, it could be a hint. Why place that painting twice? Ladder, lava..

Two other idea's:

* That tweet about dedication (or something like that, can't find the threat); maybe it has nothing to do with a church but just buying the DLC. Normal players would stick to the game as it is, dedicated player would buy DLC. I know that developer didn't tweet dedication but can't remember the exact word.

* Outside town, next to the bar and across the street of the bowling there is a hotel (?) with a sign saying 'Moon'. Can't place it, not enough zombie-experience, but I know it's a former zombie-location. Might help someone else.

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The picture is too big to fit but its frigging huge, there seems to be three sections to it, kind of worth note seeing as we've been theorizing on it but on section of the picture is all dark while the other two seem to be in daylight although they could just be portrayals of Heaven and Hell seeing as how the Tower of Babel is already biblical its not too much of a stretch. I'm going to keep googling and looking up artistic analysis's on this

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All of the paintings in trazit, as far as I've seen, have been taken from that particular panel.

Yea i belive that is True, But I think that everyone should take a look at the Entire Triptych (all 3 panels) As they are very interesting, to me anyways. Its just Weird I dunno I may be digging tooo deep!!! But if you look at the one on the far left, then the Middle, Then the right the way they were meant to be viewed, Its very very interesting to say the least!!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Garden_of_Earthly_Delights

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The picture is too big to fit but its frigging huge, there seems to be three sections to it, kind of worth note seeing as we've been theorizing on it but on section of the picture is all dark while the other two seem to be in daylight although they could just be portrayals of Heaven and Hell seeing as how the Tower of Babel is already biblical its not too much of a stretch. I'm going to keep googling and looking up artistic analysis's on this

Did you notice how in the center of that particular panel Was the EYE looking thing or what resembles the Clock in the Bank, As well as Beams of Red & Blue Tubes/Glass on the ground. Thats the kind of things i was referring to on my post!!! Theirs another one that seems to have Blue Sparkly Dust around it!! I can keep going & going....

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Holy shit (pardon my French)

"The right panel illustrates Hell, the setting of a number of Bosch paintings. Bosch depicts a world in which humans have succumbed to the temptations of the devil and reap eternal damnation." sounds a lot like Richtofin and Maxis doesn't it?

"The tone of this final panel strikes a harsh contrast to those preceding it. The scene is set at night, and the natural beauty that adorned the earlier panels is noticeably absent. Compared to the warmth of the center panel, the right wing possesses a chilling quality—rendered through cold colourisation and frozen waterways—and presents a tableau that has shifted from the paradise of the center image to a spectacle of cruel torture and retribution. In a single, densely detailed scene, the viewer is made witness to cities on fire in the background; war, torture chambers, infernal taverns, and demons in the midground; and mutated animals feeding on human flesh in the foreground."

Mutated Animals feeding on human flesh, zombies, denizens, monkeys, dogs.

"Many elements in the panel incorporate earlier iconographical conventions depicting hell. However, Bosch is innovative in that he describes hell not as a fantastical space, but as a realistic world containing many elements from day-to-day human life. Animals are shown punishing humans, subjecting them to nightmarish torments that may symbolise the seven deadly sins, matching the torment to the sin. Sitting on an object that may be a toilet or a throne, the panel's centerpiece is a gigantic bird-headed monster feasting on human corpses, which he excretes through a cavity below him, into the transparent chamber pot on which he sits. The monster is sometimes referred to as the "Prince of Hell", a name derived from the cauldron he wears on his head, perhaps representing a debased crown. To his left, a group afflicted by a hare-headed demon is being punished for unchastity. Anger is represented by a knight torn down by a pack of wolves to the right of the tree-man. A man lying in his bed is visited by devils punishing sloth, while a proud female gazes at her face reflected on the buttocks of a demon."

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"Large explosions in the background throw light through the city gate and spill forth onto the water in the midground; according to writer Walter S. Gibson, "their fiery reflection turning the water below into blood". The light illuminates a road filled with fleeing figures, while hordes of tormentors prepare to burn a neighbouring village. A short distance away, a rabbit carries an impaled and bleeding corpse, while a group of victims above are thrown into a burning lantern. The foreground is populated by a variety of distressed, condemned figures. Some are shown vomiting or excreting, others are crucified by harp and lute, in a hallucinatory depiction of the consequences of sin. A choir sings from a score inscribed on a pair of buttocks, part of a group that has been described as the "Musicians' Hell"."

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I've been a Bosch fan for a while. The pics are Heaven in the center, Earth on the left, and Hell on the right, which is also the one we see in Tranzit.. Hell

Im pretty sure the Left panel is of Adam & Eve Joined together by Jesus (GOD)Beginning of Time, The Center is where we are now (literally) Earth & what we've become & the Right Most Panel is Hell, Or his perception of it!!!

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how many pictures around the map with different sections of this have been found so far? Now that these have my attention I'm going to keep my eye open for them in the morning.

Most of them are located in the Bar as soon as you walk in, Going up the stairs, & in that Room to the right where its Boarded up, as well as in the Forest Cafe (Moon Building) if you look up & thru the hole!!!

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I took all the paintings as Treyarch are Heironymus Bosch fans.. But I like your idea.. I've tried the ladder multiple places, just not there.

im sorry to disappoint you, the only painting done by hieronymus is the one with the ears. the one with the gateway was done by an imitator which isnt known. and the tower of babble artist isnt known as well.

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