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31st Jul '17 9:51:30 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Which would make Ocelot ''Literature/RosemarysBaby'', if you get what I mean...

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** Which would make Ocelot ''Literature/RosemarysBaby'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby'', if you get what I mean...
31st Jul '17 9:50:59 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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[[WMG: The Boss and Big Boss are Metal Gear's equivalent of Bruce Lee.]]

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[[WMG: The Boss and Big Boss are Metal Gear's equivalent of Bruce Lee.Creator/BruceLee.]]



** Which would make Ocelot ''RosemarysBaby'', if you get what I mean...

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** Which would make Ocelot ''RosemarysBaby'', ''Literature/RosemarysBaby'', if you get what I mean...



* A more plausible real name for the Boss would be Abigail. It's meaningful, but not obviously so, and it forms some AlphabeticThemeNaming with Ocelot's real name (Adamska).

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* A more plausible real name for the Boss would be Abigail. It's meaningful, but not obviously so, and it forms some AlphabeticThemeNaming AlphabeticalThemeNaming with Ocelot's real name (Adamska).
2nd Jun '17 5:42:44 PM DeltaXIII
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Also, consider this: Snake's escape from Groznyj Grad seemed almost -too- easy. Sure, there were some difficulties along the way (patrols, guard dogs, Ocelot chasing him through the sewer), but overall, it wasn't all that difficult for Snake to escape. -Because Volgin wanted it that way.-
Why else would he let Snake keep his radio, then put him in a cell that is opened with a radio frequency?

To expand even further, it's possible that the Legacy wasn't even in the underground vault; at least, not when Volgin said it was. He may have moved it there after the fact to bait the trap. All he would have to do at that point is closely monitor the vault, and, depending on the situation, either recapture Snake, or discover who the spy is.
16th May '17 9:17:36 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The End's surname was [[TrueGrit LaBeouf]] and was a Texas Ranger in his youth.]]

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[[WMG: The End's surname was [[TrueGrit [[Film/TrueGrit LaBeouf]] and was a Texas Ranger in his youth.]]
13th Apr '17 11:43:01 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG: Raikov is a [[{{Pokemon}} Jolteon]].]]

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[[WMG: Raikov is a [[{{Pokemon}} [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Jolteon]].]]
27th Jul '16 12:22:40 PM RoyStorm
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\n*Actually, his gun jammed because he attempted to do a Middle Eastern technique that involved ejecting the first bullet by hand, but he had never done it before, he only heard about it. He screwed up, and the gun jammed.

17th May '16 4:58:09 PM TheWildWestPyro
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First, a series of novels were published under the supervision of Mi6 and the Ministry of Defense, which were very close to the truth, but with enough elements to make them seem like adventure stories. The Bond girls were either targets occasionally seduced by Agent 007 or agents he teamed up with, but with outlandish names to hide their identities. Some antagonists were composites of others, such as Blofeld, who was inspired by three different targets Bond took out. Others were real, like Dr. No, but had their motives changed. In No's case, he was a Tong boss that ran a powerful syndicate out of Jamaica, instead of being a nuclear physicist stealing American missiles. Agent 007, meanwhile, had a similar personality to his literary version, being a cold blooded hitman, but wasn't really a Casanova, preferring to remain friends with any female agents and focus on his job instead. As for the bases 007 headed to, all of them were completely razed afterwards and any traces quietly removed. He was also instructed to LeaveNoSurvivors when infiltrating his target's base, to prevent any leaks to the press. His American comrade, Felix Leiter, was completely made up, made only to give the character an American counterpart.

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First, a series of novels were published under the supervision of Mi6 and the Ministry of Defense, which were very close to the truth, but with enough elements to make them seem like adventure stories. The Bond girls were either targets occasionally seduced by Agent 007 or agents he teamed up with, but with outlandish names to hide their identities. Some antagonists were composites of others, such as Blofeld, who was inspired by three different targets Bond took out. Others were real, like Dr. No, but had their motives changed. In No's case, he was a Tong boss that ran a powerful syndicate out of Jamaica, Jamaica and occasionally smuggled missiles, instead of being a nuclear physicist stealing American missiles. ruining Cape Canerval missile launches. Agent 007, meanwhile, had a similar personality to his literary version, being a cold blooded hitman, but wasn't really a Casanova, SexGod, preferring to remain friends with any female agents and focus on his job instead. As for the bases 007 headed to, all of them were completely razed afterwards and any traces quietly removed. He was also instructed to LeaveNoSurvivors when infiltrating his target's base, to prevent any leaks to the press. His American comrade, Felix Leiter, was completely made up, made only to give the character an American counterpart.
17th May '16 4:56:22 PM TheWildWestPyro
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As for Major Zero and Big Boss? Zero isn't aware that Agent 007 exists, due to not being part of the select group said earlier. But Big Boss has encountered and worked with Agent 007 at some point, and dislikes the movies because they aren't at all like the man he knows.

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As for Major Zero and Big Boss? Zero isn't aware that Agent 007 exists, due to not being part of the select group said earlier. But Big Boss has Boss, knowing him, could very well have encountered and worked with Agent 007 at some point, and dislikes the movies because they aren't at all like the man he knows.
7th Apr '16 7:00:20 AM TheWildWestPyro
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And he carries out hundreds of black ops missions for Britain on a regular basis. Like Solid Snake/Big Boss, he is considered to be the greatest agent Britain has. The name "James Bond" is actually one of his many aliases, his real name unknown to this day. His aging, somehow, has been slowed, allowing him to operate from the very start of the Cold War to the present day.

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And he carries out hundreds of black ops missions for Britain on a regular basis. Like Solid Snake/Big Boss, he is considered to be the greatest agent Britain has. The name "James Bond" is actually one of his many aliases, his real name unknown to this day. His aging, somehow, has been slowed, allowing him to operate from the very start of the Cold War to the present day.
day. His creation and training were only known to a select group of 4 at Mi6, the Prime Minister and the Royal Family.



As for Major Zero and Big Boss? Zero

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As for Major Zero and Big Boss? ZeroZero isn't aware that Agent 007 exists, due to not being part of the select group said earlier. But Big Boss has encountered and worked with Agent 007 at some point, and dislikes the movies because they aren't at all like the man he knows.
7th Apr '16 6:56:59 AM TheWildWestPyro
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However, to truly hide his existence, the British government decided to make use of FictionAsCoverUp.

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However, to truly hide his existence, existence from the public, the British government decided to make use of FictionAsCoverUp.



As for Major Zero and Big Boss? 007's existence is only known to the Prime Minister, the Royal Family and

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As for Major Zero and Big Boss? 007's existence is only known to the Prime Minister, the Royal Family andZero
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