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8th May '16 12:59:50 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Captain Price is Arnold's father from HeyArnold!]]

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[[WMG: Captain Price is Arnold's father from HeyArnold!]]WesternAnimation/HeyArnold!]]
29th Apr '16 7:23:25 PM RoboZombie
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** Off by 2 "series" and several years, but [[''VideoGame/CallOfDutyInfiniteWarfare'' finally confirmed]]

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** Off by 2 "series" and several years, but [[''VideoGame/CallOfDutyInfiniteWarfare'' [[VideoGame/{{CallOfDutyInfiniteWarfare}} finally confirmed]]
29th Apr '16 7:22:36 PM RoboZombie
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** Off by 2 "series" and several years, but [[''VideoGame/CallOfDutyInfiniteWarfare'' finally confirmed]]
5th Apr '16 1:27:39 PM Willbyr
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** So...he's going to execute the [[CodeGeass Zero Requiem]]?

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** So...he's going to execute the [[CodeGeass [[Anime/CodeGeass Zero Requiem]]?



[[WMG: Sergeant Foley is a tactical genius, on par with [[Franchise/StarWars Grand Admiral Thrawn]] and [[CodeGeass Lelouch]]]]

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[[WMG: Sergeant Foley is a tactical genius, on par with [[Franchise/StarWars Grand Admiral Thrawn]] and [[CodeGeass [[Anime/CodeGeass Lelouch]]]]
30th Mar '16 3:17:28 PM Baconator96
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[[WMG: Mason's Dad Was Australian]]
The dossiers simply say that Mason's dad demonstrated heroic action at Makin. To explain Mason's accent, perhaps after the war his parents migrated to Alaska where Alex was born. Having grown up in America, but with Australian family, he would then occasionally have an accent.
12th Mar '16 4:23:20 AM polybius81
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In Black Ops III, [[spoiler:Reznov is not present]], however there is a character called John Taylor, who [[spoiler:saves you from the robot at the beginning, however, he is also in your mind, and is the main villain]], but like Reznov, he is an enigma,[[spoiler: the mission codenames eventually spell out ''WE ARE TAYLOR'', the same way that ''Reznov is Dead or is he'' came out in BO1, the DNI is similar to the numbers, and the player is in a delusional state, believing that he is Taylor, the same delusional state that Alex Mason was in, who believed he was Reznov]]. The Robot at the beginning represents Kravchenko, as you miss the evac the same way Mason did in Operation 40, and you are [[spoiler:pummeled to death by the robot, the exact same way Kravchenko grabs you and you get knocked unconscious by a Cuban soldier]]. Also [[spoiler:Nova 6 is present in this game as well during the Singapore missions]]. So it's safe to say that Black Ops III is a remake of the original Black Ops with different characters.

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In Black Ops III, [[spoiler:Reznov is not present]], however there is a character called John Taylor, who [[spoiler:saves you from the robot at the beginning, however, he is also in your mind, and is the main villain]], but like Reznov, he is an enigma,[[spoiler: the mission codenames eventually spell out ''WE ARE TAYLOR'', the same way that ''Reznov is Dead or is he'' came out in BO1, the original game, the DNI is similar to the numbers, and the player is in a delusional state, believing that he is Taylor, the same delusional state that Alex Mason was in, who believed he was Reznov]]. The Robot at the beginning represents Kravchenko, as you miss the evac the same way Mason did in Operation 40, and you are [[spoiler:pummeled to death by the robot, the exact same way Kravchenko grabs you and you get knocked unconscious by a Cuban soldier]]. Also [[spoiler:Nova 6 is present in this game as well during the Singapore missions]]. So it's safe to say that Black Ops III is a remake of the original Black Ops with different characters.
12th Mar '16 4:22:38 AM polybius81
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All of the facts lead to it: Mason's father was a recipient of the Purple Heart for his actions in the Makin Raid in 1942, according to the intel from "Operation 40". The Purple Heart is awarded to soldiers who've been wounded during combat in line of duty. The Makin Raid is ''the first level of World at War'', and at the end, Miller is attacked and wounded by a banzai attacker. There's no other reason why Treyarch would choose the level for a backstory to Mason and his father. Plus, it is common knowledge that ''World at War'' is the prequel to Black Ops. In short, Miller moved back to the States(i.e. Alaska), married a woman named Mason, and had Alex.

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All of the facts lead to it: Mason's father was a recipient of the Purple Heart for his actions in the Makin Raid in 1942, according to the intel from "Operation 40". The Purple Heart is awarded to soldiers who've been wounded during combat in line of duty. The Makin Raid is ''the first level of World at War'', and at the end, Miller is attacked and wounded by a banzai attacker. There's no other reason why Treyarch would choose the level for a backstory to Mason and his father. Plus, it is common knowledge that ''World at War'' is the prequel to Black Ops. In short, Miller moved back to the States(i.e. Alaska), married a woman named Mason, and had Alex.Alex.

[[WMG: Taylor is Reznov and BOIII is a futuristic remake of the original Black Ops]]
In Black Ops III, [[spoiler:Reznov is not present]], however there is a character called John Taylor, who [[spoiler:saves you from the robot at the beginning, however, he is also in your mind, and is the main villain]], but like Reznov, he is an enigma,[[spoiler: the mission codenames eventually spell out ''WE ARE TAYLOR'', the same way that ''Reznov is Dead or is he'' came out in BO1, the DNI is similar to the numbers, and the player is in a delusional state, believing that he is Taylor, the same delusional state that Alex Mason was in, who believed he was Reznov]]. The Robot at the beginning represents Kravchenko, as you miss the evac the same way Mason did in Operation 40, and you are [[spoiler:pummeled to death by the robot, the exact same way Kravchenko grabs you and you get knocked unconscious by a Cuban soldier]]. Also [[spoiler:Nova 6 is present in this game as well during the Singapore missions]]. So it's safe to say that Black Ops III is a remake of the original Black Ops with different characters.
10th Mar '16 8:49:46 AM ChristianBethel
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[[WMG: Private Miller in ''World at War'' is Alex Mason's father]]
All of the facts lead to it: Mason's father was a recipient of the Purple Heart for his actions in the Makin Raid in 1942, according to the intel from "Operation 40". The Purple Heart is awarded to soldiers who've been wounded during combat in line of duty. The Makin Raid is ''the first level of World at War'', and at the end, Miller is attacked and wounded by a banzai attacker. There's no other reason why Treyarch would choose the level for a backstory to Mason and his father. Plus, it is common knowledge that ''World at War'' is the prequel to Black Ops. In short, Miller moved back to the States(i.e. Alaska), married a woman named Mason, and had Alex.
12th Feb '16 12:40:48 PM Kadorhal
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** This can also be supported by some of Mason's OohMeAccentsSlippin moments attributed to his voice actor being Australian. Maybe Mason's actor was really popular, and was cast for a role as an American. The accent slips just went by in editing.

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** This can also be supported by some of Mason's OohMeAccentsSlippin OohMeAccentsSlipping moments attributed to his voice actor being Australian. Maybe Mason's actor was really popular, and was cast for a role as an American. The accent slips just went by in editing.



* Wouldn't be too much of a stretch for Section to have a kid shortly after the events of ''Black Ops II'' despite his age, honestly. Section's 46 as of the game's regualr missions in June 2025, which was the same age Alex was when Section was born. The only thing I'd see that would be "too obvious" would be if Karma turns out to be Mason the third's mother.
* Well, turns out it's not the case. Whoever the player(s) controls, it's not a Mason. Apparently David ''did'' have a kid who presumably joined the military, but according to stuff in the Data Vault they were unsuitable for the Project Prometheus surgery.

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* Wouldn't be too much of a stretch for Section to have a kid shortly after the events of ''Black Ops II'' despite his age, honestly. Section's 46 as of the game's regualr regular missions in June 2025, which was the same age Alex was when Section was born. The only thing I'd see that would be "too obvious" would be if Karma turns out to be Mason the third's mother.
mother [[StrangledByTheRedString just because she's the only named female character Section interacted with more than once]].
* Well, turns out it's not the case. Whoever the player(s) controls, it's not a Mason. Apparently David ''did'' There is mention in the Data Vault of a "C. Mason", so presumably Section did have a kid who presumably joined the military, but according to stuff in the Data Vault they were deemed unsuitable for the Project Prometheus surgery.
11th Feb '16 12:16:23 PM Kadorhal
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** This can also be supported by some of Mason's OhMeAccentsSlippin moments attributed to his voice actor being Australian. Maybe Mason's actor was really popular, and was cast for a role as an American. The accent slips just went by in editing.

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** This can also be supported by some of Mason's OhMeAccentsSlippin OohMeAccentsSlippin moments attributed to his voice actor being Australian. Maybe Mason's actor was really popular, and was cast for a role as an American. The accent slips just went by in editing.



* A Mind-Screwy to unveil this might be that, as the campaign goes on, things become more multiplayer like. Ex, smooth NPC animations become machinma-like "move the head up and down." You stop dying and start respawning, complete with killcams. You begin to hear voice chats, perks start taking effect and scripted sequences just stop happening. By the end of the campaign, the game literally becomes the same as the multiplayer, and simply ends with a end-of-match score sheet and then the credits.

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* A Mind-Screwy to unveil this might be that, as the campaign goes on, things become more multiplayer like. Ex, smooth NPC animations become machinma-like machinima-like "move the head up and down." You stop dying and start respawning, complete with killcams. You begin to hear voice chats, perks start taking effect and scripted sequences just stop happening. By the end of the campaign, the game literally becomes the same as the multiplayer, and simply ends with a end-of-match score sheet and then the credits.



* Wouldn't be too much of a stretch for Section to have a kid shortly after the events of ''Black Ops II'' despite his age, honestly. Section's 46 at the time of the missions you play as him in, which was the same age Alex was when Section was born. The only thing I'd see that would be "too obvious" would be if Karma turns out to be Mason the third's mother.

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* Wouldn't be too much of a stretch for Section to have a kid shortly after the events of ''Black Ops II'' despite his age, honestly. Section's 46 at the time as of the game's regualr missions you play as him in, in June 2025, which was the same age Alex was when Section was born. The only thing I'd see that would be "too obvious" would be if Karma turns out to be Mason the third's mother.
* Well, turns out it's not the case. Whoever the player(s) controls, it's not a Mason. Apparently David ''did'' have a kid who presumably joined the military, but according to stuff in the Data Vault they were unsuitable for the Project Prometheus surgery.
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