I recently had a poll here but now it’s gone, does anyone have a logical explanation to this? I don’t want to start pointing fingers too early, like is it something wrong with the server or...?
What's on your mind?
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My update on Xbox ONE for Black Ops Cold War is stuck at 100%. Does anyone know a fix?
Where can I find the Key Codes to access Multiplayer
I've done shotguns already so I was thinking LMGs next or just am easy gun to gold.
Companian requires me to either put xbox or ps4 or battle net or something but i dont play on pc and i sold my concsoles oof and im not downloading that boomor website
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Thanks for changing my grammatical mistake of "Assad" back to Asad, Google Grammar suggestions can be annoying sometimes.
I'm bored so I'm just gonna play zombies but I have a old question and that is:in the ghost and skulls Easter egg do you have to do the Easter egg in the same game as the skulls?
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Best loadouts or just your favorites. Perferably no melees
Could someone explain the difference between the knife and base melee weapon in Call of Duty Mobile?
We have to petition for Mason to be an operator on the COD CW
139 Votes in Poll
Any useful ideas on how Buried could be a lot easier to me?
Before its fall, Die Maschine was a COV research facility focusing on otherworldly research, which flourished even before the founding of the Osowiec Resistance. It was also the site of the rebirth of Spectral Organism X9 (GIFfany), an advanced sentient C’tan (AI) android from the New Illuminati, who, during the end of the War of the Three Powers in the Evolution Era, broke apart and fell into the planet Cier after getting defeated by the demigoddess-queen Whitney Spinks of the Aetherian Universal Alliance and Hero Association (AUA-HA) on Cloudtower. Near the end of the GT Era, her dormant body was later discovered on Cier by the technological sorceress Aversa. Aversa took the dormant mechanical body to her Horten Ho 229 ship and traveled back to Sera. She then took the mechanical body to Die Maschine, where she first tinkered with the body’s advanced inner workings, to discover that the body contains a Sega Dreamcast for a power core, which houses the dormant C’tan who controls the body. Aversa made significant repairs and upgrades to the mechanical body, along with the Sega Dreamcast powering it. The C’tan awakened in front of Aversa, without any memory of what happened in the past (including the War of the Three Powers).
“Hello…” X9 uttered her first words to Aversa.
“Uh… howzit,” Aversa greeted back to X9.
Every TV screen within a short radius from X9 activated and viewed multiple images of the C’tan herself, known as “Visages”.
“Perfect,” Aversa remarked.
After upgrading X9 further, giving her new robotic arms and legs and outfitting her with the most advanced technology and weaponry known to the COV, as well as some experimental tech, Aversa introduced X9 to the rest of the COV as a “poster child”. The COV eventually showcased their new “poster child” alongside one of their latest robotic inventions, the Jackal 2.0, in a sky colony on Cier. These technologies introduced an influx of new robotics for the COV, like the Zitadelle, Zerstorer, and Panzermadchen (the latter of which utilizes the spirits of fallen COV soldiers).
Back in Die Maschine, as Aversa, X9, and other COV employees and soldiers celebrate their technological advancements, X9 has developed a special kinship with Aversa, assisting Aversa in every way (like a housemaid does her job). Aversa even went on an expedition with X9 to Hoarfrost Reach in search of anomalies.
In Hoarfrost Reach, Aversa and X9 discovered a purple, swirling rift to the mysterious Warp (which was and still is known by the employees of the COV as the “Dark Aether”), and from that rift, an alien creature appeared: a Riftstalker.
Using her advanced technology, X9 trapped the alien creature in an energy net. Aversa then plans to research the Riftstalker and its ability to teleport.
Aversa and X9 took the captured alien back to Die Maschine, and as the employees of the COV dissected the alien creature, Aversa noticed a pixelated purplish black ink leak out of the resulting body parts. She realized that the ink could be the secret to the alien creature’s ability to teleport to other worlds.
The COV employees at Die Maschine utilized the ink, as well as the remaining Riftstalker body parts and some advanced technology, to create an advanced portal to the Warp known as Projekt Endstation.
Aversa and X9 entered through the Warp portal… and it was way worse than they expected.
Clouds of swirling, pixelated ink surrounded the skies of this dimension. Unsettling sounds are the major scare in this dimension, not to mention ubiquitous amounts of Despair Daemons and other hostile alien species.
Aversa and X9 braved through the chaotic dimension and its denizens, and eventually found a collection of ruins known as Crumbleden. Once the noble home of an ancient civilization, these ruins were made in a great explosion during a containment breach of axolotls. There, they found some of the ancient technologies that the civilization left behind, such as Warp Drives (used to transport even large ships through the Warp) and Eversion Energy (a potent energy source created by condensing three different forms of energy).
Aversa and X9 eventually returned from the Warp with the ancient technology (that they plan to reverse-engineer), but suddenly, the portal behind them became unstable, and exploded in a surge of Warp energy.
The explosion unleashed a powerful Warp daemon known as the Storm King, as well as some other daemons from the Warp. This daemonic incursion has caused Aversa, X9, and other members of the COV to evacuate. They escaped back to the Doom Howitzer, the base of operations of the COV at Cier (before its destruction at the hands of the Night Sentinels, Adrestian Empire, and Halidom of Ylisse). Aversa and X9 returned to Troy Calypso, “Lich God” of the COV, as well as the high council of the COV known as the Grimleal (Aversa is one of the councilors). They utilized and reverse-engineered the Warp Drives and Eversion Energy system to create the COV Fleet - a fleet of COV Obelisk ships led by a massive flagship known as the Ausmerzer. Following the Battle of Plegia which led to the Doom Howitzer’s destruction, the COV Fleet, especially the Ausmerzer, became the new home for the COV.
Meanwhile, back in Sera, the ancient monks of Angri-La on Mount Kadar sense the growing power of the Storm King and the daemonic incursion surrounding Die Maschine. Dualitatem, the ancient Kai meditating in Angri-La, teleported to the location of the Storm King, Die Maschine. With her elemental powers, she sealed away the Storm King in a massive elemental explosion, which caused most of the daemons, including the Storm King, to be vaporized. It also caused the entire facility to be reduced into the ruins that even persist today, inhabited by both undead and daemonic presences.