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I have quite interesting piece of information for you. We haven't been sure about the location of Shi No Numa.

All we know is that its located in some Pacific Island. But now it all might change!

Kookaburra:

Looking trough the sound files of the classic maps in Black Ops (that cjdog23 provided **Click HERE to give him brains!**) in the Shi No Numa sound files there was 2 sounds that will give us point on real location of the Shi No Numa!

They were:

Kookaburra_00 and Kookaburra_01 and they played birds singing.

Kookaburra is a bird that lives in Austrailia and New Guinea.

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So we can draw conclusion that Shi No Numa is located in New Guinea!

And Japanese had been in New Guinea:

Fighting between Allied and Japanese forces commenced with the Japanese assault on Rabaul on 23 January 1942. Rabaul became the forward base for the Japanese campaigns in mainland New Guinea, including the pivotal Kokoda Track campaign of July 1942–January 1943, and the Battle of Buna-Gona. Fighting in some parts of New Guinea continued until the war ended in August 1945.

General Douglas MacArthur as Supreme Commander in the South West Pacific Area, led the Allied forces. MacArthur was based in Melbourne, Brisbane and Manila. The Japanese 8th Area Army, under General Hitoshi Imamura, was responsible for both the New Guinea and Solomon Islands campaigns. Imamura was based at Rabaul. The Japanese 18th Army, under Lieutenant General Hataz? Adachi, was responsible for Japanese operations on mainland New Guinea.

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Quoted from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Guinea_campaign

Plantation:

Nymphaea:

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New Guinea has Nymphea plantation.

Swamp trees:

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New Guinea's swamp and trees.

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Shi No Numa trees.

Ferns:

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New Guinea has a lot of different ferns.

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Rice:

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Rice is grown also in New Guinea.

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Buildings:

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They look a lot like the SNN building.

Japanese empire in WW2:

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Discuss! 8-)

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That contradicts the quote that Tak and Richtofen make about the 115 rocks

I've found another rock, maybe they stole this from Japan.

I suppose they could be referring to the military and not Japan itself though... That leaves us with 2 possibilities then.

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That contradicts the quote that Tak and Richtofen make about the 115 rocks

I've found another rock, maybe they stole this from Japan.

I suppose they could be referring to the military and not Japan itself though... That leaves us with 2 possibilities then.

I think they are referring to the Japanese military because I would believe 3arc but this exact bird in the map on purpose.

It lives in small region and has this extremely distinctive voice.

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Alright, then we might be able to find out what was going on there. Someone needs to research what the Japanese did on New Guinea and quick!

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Alright, then we might be able to find out what was going on there. Someone needs to research what the Japanese did on New Guinea and quick!

I'm on it :D

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Here is the only meteorite I could find on New Guinea ;)

Dyarrl Island, January 31, 1933, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland, Mesosiderite

And what Mesosiderite really is:

Mesosiderites are a class of stony–iron meteorites consisting of about equal parts of metallic nickel-iron and silicate. They are breccias with an irregular texture; silicates and metal occur often in lumps or pebbles as well as in fine-grained intergrowths. The silicate part contains olivine, pyroxenes, and Ca-rich feldspar and is similar in composition to eucrites and diogenites.

They are a rare type of meteorite; as of June 2011 only 167 are known (of which 51 come from Antarctica) and only 7 of these are observed falls. On the other hand, some mesosiderites are among the largest meteorites known.

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1933 huh? Do we have a date for Shi No Numa yet? (sorry if i'm being stupid here, I genuinely dont know). If not then we may have just found a plausible time frame for it to be set!

Great find!

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1933 huh? Do we have a date for Shi No Numa yet? (sorry if i'm being stupid here, I genuinely dont know). If not then we may have just found a plausible time frame for it to be set!

Great find!

No we don't have date for Shi No Numa.... yet :D

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1933 huh? Do we have a date for Shi No Numa yet? (sorry if i'm being stupid here, I genuinely dont know). If not then we may have just found a plausible time frame for it to be set!

Great find!

Do you mean when the outbreak happened or when the crew was there?

If for the crew, sometime after October 1st 1945, otherwise we have no clue.

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Want to note also that I believe Shi No Numa was school before it was taken by the Japanese and later by Group 935.

Because there was also sound file called singing_00 and it played a song sang by small kids...

I don't know the language but would guess if its in New Guinea it would be some native kids.

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Want to note also that I believe Shi No Numa was school before it was taken by the Japanese and later by Group 935.

Because there was also sound file called singing_00 and it played a song sang by small kids...

I don't know the language but would guess if its in New Guinea it would be some native kids.

.... In the middle of the jungle? I don't think so. If so, Shangri La and Der Riese were also once schools because there is singing.

In all honesty, I think it's just supposed to make things seem a bit creepy.

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Want to note also that I believe Shi No Numa was school before it was taken by the Japanese and later by Group 935.

Because there was also sound file called singing_00 and it played a song sang by small kids...

I don't know the language but would guess if its in New Guinea it would be some native kids.

.... In the middle of the jungle? I don't think so. If so, Shangri La and Der Riese were also once schools because there is singing.

In all honesty, I think it's just supposed to make things seem a bit creepy.

Hmm might be, also here is some old Papua New Guinea buildings:

795px-Picturesque_New_Guinea_Plate_XXXIII_-_Kerepunu_Women_at_the_Market_Place_of_Kalo.jpg

220px-PSM_V52_D029_A_marea_in_pinupaka.jpg

Kinda like the SNN building thought it was more "advanced"

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1933 huh? Do we have a date for Shi No Numa yet? (sorry if i'm being stupid here, I genuinely dont know). If not then we may have just found a plausible time frame for it to be set!

Great find!

Do you mean when the outbreak happened or when the crew was there?

If for the crew, sometime after October 1st 1945, otherwise we have no clue.

Yeah, I meant the outbreak. Obviously the map takes place after 1933 xD

However, as we all know Peter had been at Shi No Numa for a while before our heroes, so perhaps the outbreak was in 1933? This could be a breakthrough find, well done Matuzz!

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That contradicts the quote that Tak and Richtofen make about the 115 rocks

I've found another rock, maybe they stole this from Japan.

I suppose they could be referring to the military and not Japan itself though... That leaves us with 2 possibilities then.

Yes, but I'm inclined to agree with the OP more than this. New Guinea IS Japan to Tank, just like Alaska is the United States to us. Whoever the national owner of the land makes the land considered to be theirs. If I said I went to America, even if it is Hawaii, I'd still have been to America. Same concept could apply here.

Nice find, btw :)

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Want to note also that I believe Shi No Numa was school before it was taken by the Japanese and later by Group 935.

Because there was also sound file called singing_00 and it played a song sang by small kids...

I don't know the language but would guess if its in New Guinea it would be some native kids.

you know,i just downloaded that file (cjdog's) and was about to listen to it after i read this thread

did the singing sound like this

(you might have to skip a little)

if so,i've already made a post

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i have never heard a kookaburra on snn. It has a really distintive sound that could not be mistaken for any other kkind of bird.... Can someone link the sound file??? I keen on hearing it

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i have never heard a kookaburra on snn. It has a really distintive sound that could not be mistaken for any other kkind of bird.... Can someone link the sound file??? I keen on hearing it

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MYGZJXO4

it keeps telling me that the ziped file is invalid

just downloaded/extracted fine using windows stock zip extractor

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Want to note also that I believe Shi No Numa was school before it was taken by the Japanese and later by Group 935.

Because there was also sound file called singing_00 and it played a song sang by small kids...

I don't know the language but would guess if its in New Guinea it would be some native kids.

you know,i just downloaded that file (cjdog's) and was about to listen to it after i read this thread

did the singing sound like this

(you might have to skip a little)

if so,i've already made a post

No it wasn't that one.

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But there is also a "Hyena" soundfile, do those exist in any areas that are also inhabited with kookaburra?

Nope.

I'm still trying to connect it to Shi No Numa. I think its just another hint to Harvey Yena.

And if we can connect that Harvey Yena was there it could be another break trough in Shi No Numa mysteries.

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