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So far as we know. He is dead. Don't put wounded till we get more info... I.E When MW3 comes out. Thanks. Twig (Talk) 09:49, October 15, 2011 (UTC) Why put killed then....?

The same logic with putting wounded, It looked like he died and no more Intel is known about it. So the safe point is to put killed. Twig (Talk) 09:55, October 15, 2011 (UTC)

Bad Edit

An edit you recently made to a page, "Simon "Ghost" Riley", was undone because it was either:
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Ghost is dead. If you wanna prove me wrong, provide me water-solid proof that he's alive. And because he's dead, it's better to have "killed" than "shot". - Spetsnaz Logo MW2.png MLGISNOT4ME [Talk] - 09:51, October 15, 2011 (UTC)


What was the one you made? If it was recent, you were not logged in, so I can't tell. - Spetsnaz Logo MW2.png MLGISNOT4ME [Talk] - 21:44, December 10, 2011 (UTC)

For things like those, you need a proof. It was also badly put there. - Spetsnaz Logo MW2.png MLGISNOT4ME [Talk] - 21:50, December 10, 2011 (UTC)
Ok, I can put it on the article. And out of interest, how did you get it? - Spetsnaz Logo MW2.png MLGISNOT4ME [Talk] - 21:57, December 10, 2011 (UTC)

Mind the Gap

Thanks for clearing that. Sometimes it's hard to determine what they're saying when there are no subtitles at the very beginnings of certain levels, or when there are no subtitles for certain lines.

(EvErLoyaLEagLE Talk 00:31, December 26, 2011 (UTC))

Re:Royal Marines

If by "not their knife" you mean it's not a Fairburn-Sykes Commando Knife, then yes, that's true. It's also technically irrelevant, since that knife isn't issued any more; most knives tend to be private purchase, particularly if it's engraved like that one is. Of course, the presence of an engraving like that on a combat knife is another matter altogether. Raven's wing Talk21:30, February 3, 2012 (UTC)

What that means is there is no point to engraving like that on any sort of field knife. If it was a presentation blade or other wallhanger, then it's fine. Raven's wing Talk21:52, February 3, 2012 (UTC)

Re: Woods

I didn't revert your edit, it was Raven's. I only reverted an anon's edit. cone.exe 言うのページhttp://i.imgur.com/z8jQEUt.png 19:46, May 1, 2012 (UTC)

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