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Metal gear solid 2 FREAK INCIDENT

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posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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When i was younger,i was a huge metal gear fan. Still am. I was playing a friends mgs2 game,i was poking around with all the extras,i came upon a really interesting story. This story was just mind blowing,one of the most interesting storys i have ever read. But after reading it once,i never found it again. I searched his game and could not find it. I later bought the game myself and could not find it. So i am really confused about what happened.

It was around the time the game came out i read this (along time ago) but i remember the story had to do with a guy sewing himself up into a giant fish,so he could infiltrate a base through its water entrance (im assuming this was how snake really entered the building in mgs1)

Well anyways,i never got the chance to reread the story and i nolonger have the game. Can anyone direct me to a site online,so i can read it?

can anyone confirm for me this story exists.




posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 10:47 PM
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THE TRIP TO SHADOW MOSES

It was colder than the dairy section and the boat pitched like a subway
derailment on caffeine. I shook constantly from the cold, retched peanut
butter into the sea, then downed some more to keep warm. A few days passed
in this pleasant fashion until John-Dee, drawing lines on his charts,
turned to me.

"I'm sorry man, but this as far as I can go. If you really want to do this
thing, you're going to have to find your own way."

There were at least 20 miles to Shadow Moses according to the charts. But
John-Dee was already a blubbering wreck, and I didn't have the heart to
strong-arm him. I steeled my nerves.

"It's okay. Help me get ready."

The plan was brilliant. I'd gutted a super-size tuna and stuffed some
inflated balloons inside, along with a small oil lamp to keep the interior
toasty. I would cover the length of my body with the fish and dog-paddle
my way to the island. Any oxygen shortage could quickly be remedied thanks
to the balloon, and my landing would appear to be nothing more than a
large dead fish swept ashore. All I had to do was slip out of the tuna
undetected and investigate the hell out of the place. Absolutely
brilliant.


I bore the fishy stink of the tuna skin with proper journalistic aplomb
and walked to the edge of the ship's deck. The Arctic wind was numbing
even through the wetsuit, but I bade John-Dee a hearty farewell and jumped
into the sea. But right then, disaster struck!

Actually it was the tuna spine. Its bony mass conked me hard on the back
of my . from the force of the landing. I tried to right myself, but I
was jammed tight against the balloons. The tuna started to sink rapidly,
and I kicked my legs wildly as about a gallon of seawater rushed into my
lungs. To add insult to injury, the lamp fell over, shedding its cover. I
could feel the heat of the exposed flame dangerously close to my face, and
smell the singed hair. This is why I hate traveling.

But after what felt like hours, I found myself ashore on Shadow Moses
Island. Let's take a moment here to review what happened on the island on
that fateful day. Romanenko's disc provides a complete answer.

Shadow Moses was no ordinary weapons disposal facility, but served as a
secret military training ground among other things. On that day, the
wetworks commando unit known as FOXHOUND and the next-generation Special
Forces group were conducting joint exercises.

FOXHOUND is an "irregular" squad of elite soldiers, equipped and armed to
the teeth with the latest technology. There were longtime -- and strictly
behind-the-scenes -- players throughout recent history, engaging in
sabotage, selective assassinations and other covert military operations.
Wherever the United States could not officially intervene, whether it was
a civil war, regional unrest or other types of low-intensity conflict,
FOXHOUND was there. It's unlikely, however, that an average citizen has
ever heard of them before; these commandos remain a top-secret government
project.

And then there's the next-generation Special Forces unit. This is a
cutting-edge anti-terrorist force newly organized to cope with terrorist
incidents specifically involving weapons of mass destruction typified in
nuclear, biological, and chemical warfare. They drew heavily from former
mercenary ranks, and are on a diet of rigorous VR training guided by the
FORCE 21 concept. The result is combat capability, which is rumored to
surpass even those of the Delta Force and DEV GRU (formerly known as Seal
Team 6). Most frightening of all, these soldiers have supposedly been
manipulated at the genetic level to increase their combat performance.
They were the purebreds among the dogs of war, and they turned on their
masters with a surprising demand. Having seized the civilians that were on
hand, they demanded that the government turn over to them the body of
FOXHOUND's founder and combat genius, the so-called "Big Boss." The
government had 24 hours to comply or a nuclear strike would be initiated.
But what would motivate them to make such a demand, and how did they
intend to make good their threat of a nuclear launch?

With these questions still unanswered, the government decided on a
seemingly reckless course of action. For this daunting task of stopping a
nuclear strike and freeing the hostages from the clutches of these
ultimate soldiers, they sent in a single man. His name was Solid Snake --
no other than a former member of the now-renegade FOXHOUND and a legend
among mercenaries for single- handedly bringing down the fortress cities
of Outer Heaven and Zanzibar Land.

Your reaction is probably one of incredulity. "Just one guy?" You may
wonder. "They decided to gamble the future of the entire world on a single
mercenary?" I wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment. But there is more
to this mission than meets the eye, as I was later to discover.

Here
Search the page for "fish" and it should be the third one found.



posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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Thanks, i will enjoy reading this again. Does anyone know if their is any truth to this?



posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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I'm pretty sure there's no truth to anything with Metal Gear. Of course, I could be wrong and Konami is actually hiding a bunch of secrets right in front of us



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 01:16 AM
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Im just wondering if hideo kojima, based it off of any reality at all or just made it alll up.

Even if a few things out of it were true that would be great,and fun to research.

Shadow moses island is real,you can find it on google earth. Im just not sure if anything happened their.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:11 AM
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Actually, it's not real. The Fox Islands, the chain it's part of in the series, is real. The island itself, however, doesn't actually exist. Anybody can place a marker like that on Google Earth, doesn't mean a thing.



posted on Feb, 26 2011 @ 07:02 PM
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here is an video that makes interesting viewing from a guy on youtube -

www.youtube.com...

that will take you to part 2 of this video about MGS2 and the organization "the patriots" and compares it to the "Elites or illuminati"

just thought i would put that up incase nobody had seen it,



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by warbird03
I'm pretty sure there's no truth to anything with Metal Gear. Of course, I could be wrong and Konami is actually hiding a bunch of secrets right in front of us


The whole metal gear games is based on conspiracies, and as it's obvious by the main character being named "snake" that "escape from la" movies influenced kojima when he was making the games. Like the whole, La Li Lu Le Lo/shadow government/the patriots and nano machine controlled puppets conspiracy thing, they put in the later games, if you played the games you know what I'm talking about.

la li lu le lo



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