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23rd Jun '15 2:49:54 AM RedShocktrooper
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*** As of 6/23/2015, it is worth 26 cents in American.
14th Oct '14 12:12:22 AM TekMek63
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[[WMG: Tamed psuedodogs]] How exactly did Doctor and Noah tame a Psuedodog in both Shadow of Chernobyl and Call of Pripyat?
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[[WMG: Tamed psuedodogs]] pseudodogs]] How exactly did Doctor and Noah tame a Psuedodog Pseudodog in both Shadow of Chernobyl and Call of Pripyat?
9th Aug '14 8:37:36 PM Snippyshelf7
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* I suppose they just sort of assume you know who you are. Still, it doesn't explain why none of them just go "Hi Strelok. Long time no see."
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* I suppose they just sort of assume you know who you are. Still, it doesn't explain why none of them just go "Hi Strelok. Long time no see."" [[WMG: Tamed psuedodogs]] How exactly did Doctor and Noah tame a Psuedodog in both Shadow of Chernobyl and Call of Pripyat?
28th Apr '14 10:06:25 PM TekMek63
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When Major Degtayrev takes 3 or more anabiotics during consecutive emissions in Call of Pripyat, it has the side effect of silencing "the voices inside his head", and the ability to shrug off further emissions unaided. From a canon story perspective, wouldn't OD'ing on a untested, unknown substance be grounds for immediate discharge within the USS, especially when emissions are easy enough to avoid by hiding indoors, and anabiotics are not essential to the mission at hand due to the abundance of cover ? ** Well, it's not like the other soldiers HAVE to figure out by themselves that Degtayrev took the Anabiotics at any point, especially since they'd be more concerned about the emission and finding cover for themselves rather than paying attention to just what the hell Degtayrev over there is trying to swallow, and even if they did find out, I doubt they'd be concerned with it seeing as how they have more important matters on their hands.
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When Major Degtayrev Degtyarev takes 3 or more anabiotics during consecutive emissions in Call of Pripyat, it has the side effect of silencing "the voices inside his head", and the ability to shrug off further emissions unaided. From a canon story perspective, wouldn't OD'ing on a untested, unknown substance be grounds for immediate discharge within the USS, especially when emissions are easy enough to avoid by hiding indoors, and anabiotics are not essential to the mission at hand due to the abundance of cover ? ** Well, it's not like the other soldiers HAVE to figure out by themselves that Degtayrev Degtyarev took the Anabiotics at any point, especially since they'd be more concerned about the emission and finding cover for themselves rather than paying attention to just what the hell Degtayrev Degtyarev over there is trying to swallow, and even if they did find out, I doubt they'd be concerned with it seeing as how they have more important matters on their hands.

** The wiki says the "voices inside his head" being silenced refers to certain background audio in the zone that sounds like whispering. This makes it more ambiguous about what the anabiotics are doing to Degtyrev's mind.
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** The wiki says the "voices inside his head" being silenced refers to certain background audio in the zone that sounds like whispering. This makes it more ambiguous about what the anabiotics are doing to Degtyrev's Degtyarev's mind.
28th Apr '14 10:04:24 PM TekMek63
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The commander of Operation Fairways actions don't make sense inside Pripyat. When holed up with around fifteen Elite Spetnzaz troops inside a city full of hostile (insane) monolith troops, mutants and zombies, sending out a mere three troops for zone recon is suicide. After the major confirms they've been killed he sends a further one recon troop out (!) whom gets possessed by a controller, three more demolition troops (who also get killed) and the lieutenant (whom the major saves from inside a refrigerator).
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The commander of Operation Fairways Fairway's actions don't make sense inside Pripyat. When holed up with around fifteen Elite Spetnzaz Spetsnaz troops inside a city full of hostile (insane) monolith Monolith troops, mutants and zombies, sending out a mere three troops for zone recon is suicide. After the major Major confirms they've been killed he sends a further one recon troop out (!) whom gets possessed by a controller, three more demolition troops (who also get killed) and the lieutenant (whom the major Major saves from inside a refrigerator).

** [[spoiler:Strelok]] explains that Guide met the military survivors and led them to Pripyat. It does make sense that he would be one of the first to find a path there. For the first part, I'm not sure, but I think that Colonel Kovalsky says that after the helicopters crashed, they attempted to reach the Chernobyl NPP on foot but got pinned down in Pripyat. Still a poor strategic decision, since there's no way they would survive attacking the NPP with only a handful of troops and no backup or aerial support.
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** [[spoiler:Strelok]] [[spoiler: Strelok]] explains that Guide met the military survivors and led them to Pripyat. It does make sense that he would be one of the first to find a path there. For the first part, I'm not sure, but I think that Colonel Kovalsky says that after the helicopters crashed, they attempted to reach the Chernobyl NPP on foot but got pinned down in Pripyat. Still a poor strategic decision, since there's no way they would survive attacking the NPP with only a handful of troops and no backup or aerial support.
15th Feb '14 9:17:16 PM ThatOneLazyBrony
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You run into a number of people with whom you've had past dealings - Guide, the scientists at Yantar - but nobody bothers to tell you "Hey, you're Strelok." I mean, Guide was part of your own Stalker faction, you think he'd recognize you! Am I the only one that finds this weird?
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You run into a number of people with whom you've had past dealings - Guide, the scientists at Yantar - but nobody bothers to tell you "Hey, you're Strelok." I mean, Guide was part of your own Stalker faction, you think he'd recognize you! Am I the only one that finds this weird?weird? * I suppose they just sort of assume you know who you are. Still, it doesn't explain why none of them just go "Hi Strelok. Long time no see."
3rd Nov '13 2:48:04 PM Zephyr_Glide
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** The wiki says the "voices inside his head" being silenced refers to certain background audio in the zone that sounds like whispering. This makes it more ambiguous about what the anabiotics are doing to Degtyrev's mind.
5th Jun '13 10:45:49 AM Lightning4119
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[[SOC - Nobody tells you who you are]]
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[[SOC [[WMG: SOC - Nobody tells you who you are]]
5th Jun '13 10:45:24 AM Lightning4119
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* He also seems to be one of the wealthier men in the Zone for this exact reason. If a Stalker gets an artifact, they usually either keep it for their own use or sell it to another Stalker or a trader. None of the other traders really mention selling goods from the Zone to the outside world, so Sidorovich more or less has a corner on the market.
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* He also seems to be one of the wealthier men in the Zone for this exact reason. If a Stalker gets an artifact, they usually either keep it for their own use or sell it to another Stalker or a trader. None of the other traders really mention selling goods from the Zone to the outside world, so Sidorovich more or less has a corner on the market.market. [[SOC - Nobody tells you who you are]] You run into a number of people with whom you've had past dealings - Guide, the scientists at Yantar - but nobody bothers to tell you "Hey, you're Strelok." I mean, Guide was part of your own Stalker faction, you think he'd recognize you! Am I the only one that finds this weird?
10th May '13 10:31:45 PM CastleLord
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** [[spoiler:Strelok]] explains that Guide met the military survivors and led them to Pripyat. It does make sense that he would be one of the first to find a path there. For the first part, I'm not sure, but I think that Colonel Kovalsky says that after the helicopters crashed, they attempted to reach the Chernobyl NPP on foot but got pinned down in Pripyat. Still a poor strategic decision, since there's no way they would survive attacking the NPP with only a handful of troops and no backup or aerial support.
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