History Characters / ModernWarfare

23rd Jul '16 10:16:35 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: Foley knows that if you've got a PlayerCharacter in your squad, you ''damn well'' better make use of him.
30th Jun '16 6:48:38 PM Rmpdc
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* RebelLeader: Field commander of The Ultranationist forces during the Second Russian Civil War.

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* RebelLeader: Field commander of The Ultranationist Ultranationalist forces during the Second Russian Civil War.


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-->''"Russia will take all of Europe, even if it must stand under a pile of ashes."''
28th Jun '16 7:19:41 PM Rmpdc
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Leader of the [[{{Qurac}} unnamed Middle-eastern nation]] in the first ''Modern Warfare'' and co-conspirator with Imran Zakhaev. [[spoiler:He has in his possession a nuclear weapon, which he detonates during an American police action in his home country and wipes out the entire invasion force.]]

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Leader of the [[{{Qurac}} unnamed Middle-eastern nation]] in the first ''Modern Warfare'' and co-conspirator with Imran Zakhaev. [[spoiler:He has in his possession a nuclear weapon, which he apparently detonates during an American police action in his home country and wipes out the entire invasion force.]]



* CoDragons: [[spoiler:To Zakhaev, with Zakhaev's son]]

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* CoDragons: [[spoiler:To Zakhaev, with Zakhaev's son]]son, and later Makarov, as revealed in ''3''.]]



* RebelLeader: Field commander of The Ultranationist forces during the Second Russian Civil War.



* CreateYourOwnVillain: [[spoiler: Through detonating the nuke that killed the entire Marine battalion in the first Modern Warfare, he helped turned General Shepherd into a fellow villain as a result, which would have made Shepherd's attempt to kill Makarov a HoistByHisOwnPetard, if not for the implication that Makarov had planned ahead and allowed Soap and Price to off him.]]

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* CreateYourOwnVillain: [[spoiler: Through detonating the nuke that killed the entire Marine battalion in the first Modern Warfare, he helped turned General Shepherd into a fellow villain as a result, which would have made Shepherd's attempt to kill Makarov a HoistByHisOwnPetard, if not for the implication that Makarov had planned ahead and allowed Soap and Price to off him.him in his stead.]]



* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:In the level "''The Enemy of My Enemy''", he gives away the location of Shepherd's hideout to Price and Soap to save his own arse from inevitable destruction by Shepherd's forces.]]

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* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:In the level "''The Enemy of My Enemy''", he gives away the location of Shepherd's hideout to Price and Soap to save his own arse from apparent inevitable destruction by Shepherd's forces.]]
** [[spoiler: Subverted in ''3'', since it's revealed that he had a lot more resources and men on hand than first thought, as proven in "Persona non Grata". Having Price and Soap kill Shepherd was simply convenience.
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* HeroKiller: Every time he is encountered in the flesh, Makarov ends up killing or critically wounding a PlayerCharacter. [[spoiler: Allen, Harkov, Soap, and Yuri (twice!)]]. The only time that doesn't happen is in [[spoiler:the Hotel Oasis, as Price, though Price is still wounded[[note]]Makarov can still kill Price if he delays the distraction[[/note]]]]. He also indirectly kills [[spoiler: Jackson]].

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* HeroKiller: Every time he is encountered in the flesh, Makarov ends up killing or critically wounding a PlayerCharacter. [[spoiler: Allen, Harkov, Soap, and Yuri (twice!)]]. The only time that doesn't happen is in [[spoiler:the Hotel Oasis, as Price, though Price is still wounded[[note]]Makarov can still kill Price if he delays the distraction[[/note]]]]. He also indirectly kills [[spoiler: Jackson]].Jackson and Mr. Davis]].



* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: [[spoiler: Find himself on the receiving end of one via Captain Price and leads into his death]]

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* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: [[spoiler: Find himself on the receiving end of one via Captain Price and leads into his death]]death.]]



* TheUnfettered: [[spoiler: You kinda know that he's this when he sees no problem massacring a airport full of innocent civilians just to kickstart the events of the 3rd world war]]. It's best described in this comment:

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* TheUnfettered: [[spoiler: You kinda know that he's this when he sees no problem massacring a airport full of innocent civilians just to kickstart the events of the 3rd world war]].war. He makes it ''even worse'' when he's willing to use chemical weapons on civilian and military targets alike]]. It's best described in this comment:
27th Jun '16 5:01:59 PM Rmpdc
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27th Jun '16 4:58:50 PM Rmpdc
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27th Jun '16 4:42:17 PM Rmpdc
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Commander of the US forces seen throughout the games. Revealed in ''3'' to be the rank of General.

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Commander of the US forces seen throughout the games. Revealed in ''3'' to be at the rank of General.



* BigGood: The closest thing to one for the US Forces throughout the trilogy.



* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: What his role is mostly limited to.

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* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: What his His role is mostly limited to.
in the Delta Force-centered missions of ''3''.
26th Jun '16 9:59:06 PM Rmpdc
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!! Overlord
Commander of the US forces seen throughout the games. Revealed in ''3'' to be the rank of General.
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* AscendedExtra: Gets a ''lot'' more lines and a bigger role in ''Modern Warfare 3''.
* TheFaceless: His face is never seen.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: What his role is mostly limited to.
26th Jun '16 5:45:27 PM Rmpdc
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* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves: [[spooiler: Soap and Price, whom he betrayed for being loose ends, kill him, with the help of fellow WorldWarIII co-conspirator Makarov, no less.]]

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* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves: [[spooiler: [[spoiler: Soap and Price, whom he betrayed for being loose ends, kill him, with the help of fellow WorldWarIII co-conspirator Makarov, no less.]]
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* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves

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* RewardedAsATraitorDeservesRewardedAsATraitorDeserves: [[spooiler: Soap and Price, whom he betrayed for being loose ends, kill him, with the help of fellow WorldWarIII co-conspirator Makarov, no less.]]



* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler: To Makarov. Taking into account all of the revelations of the third game, Makarov turned Shepherd into the WellIntentionedExtremist he had become in the second game through the nuclear detonation in 2011. In addition, if the safehouse level is compared to Makarov's actions starting in "Persona non Grata" in 3, it also reveals that he had been playing Shepherd like a fool through feeding flase information the entire time.]]

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* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler: To Makarov. Taking into account all of the revelations of the third game, Makarov turned Shepherd into the WellIntentionedExtremist he had become in the second game through the nuclear detonation in 2011. In addition, if the safehouse level is compared to Makarov's actions starting in "Persona non Grata" in 3, it also reveals that he had been playing Shepherd like a fool through feeding flase false information the entire time.]]



** [[spoiler: Actually a SubvertedTrope for the former: ''Modern Warfare 3'' subtly reveals that Makarov was doing this to ''him'' as well, based on the fact that Makarov actually had more resources and influence on hand than initially thought. Having Price and Soap kill Shepherd for him was simply convenience.]]

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** [[spoiler: Actually a SubvertedTrope for the former: ''Modern Warfare 3'' subtly reveals that Makarov was actually doing this to ''him'' as well, ''him'', based on the fact that Makarov actually had more resources and influence on hand than initially thought. Having Price and Soap kill Shepherd for him was simply convenience.]]



* CreateYourOwnVillain: [[spoiler: Through detonating the nuke that killed the entire Marine battalion in the first Modern Warfare, he helped turned General Shepherd into a fellow villain as a result, which makes Shepherd's attempt to kill Makarov a HoistByHisOwnPetard.]]

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* CreateYourOwnVillain: [[spoiler: Through detonating the nuke that killed the entire Marine battalion in the first Modern Warfare, he helped turned General Shepherd into a fellow villain as a result, which makes would have made Shepherd's attempt to kill Makarov a HoistByHisOwnPetard, if not for the implication that Makarov a HoistByHisOwnPetard.had planned ahead and allowed Soap and Price to off him.]]
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