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About sonofthekraken

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  1. Yeah, Tac-Ops would be a great chance for Bohemia to reveal some new things, maybe show the Stratis Incident from the CTRG's perspective, shed some light on things.
  2. Yes, they use the similar clusterbombs, but the charges are visibly different. I made a screenshot of the three UXO's each faction has. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1133233473 As you can see, NATO clustercharges are the ones Nathan encounters in Oreokastro.
  3. In the new campaign added in Laws Of War, you are a mine disposal specialist discovering the story of the town of Oreokastro. About halfway through the campaign, the topic of a cluster strike on the town in explored in the REDACTED mission. It is suggested that CSAT Spec-Ops coordinated the strike, as support for the AAF. At the end of the mission, it is said that it's a possibility that NATO was behind the strike all along to get the Pyrgos government to improve their relations. Furthermore, the whole story is very patchy since it was told to the reporters/villagers by a goatherd who didn't speak much english. There were also reports of NATO caliber bullet casings found in the castle. My theory is that it was really NATO CTRG who coordinated the strike. CTRG uses the SPAR series of weapons, which fire 5.56 NATO rounds. These rounds are not caseless. Also, if you inspect the UXO's in Oreokastro, they are the exact type of charges NATO clusterbombs use. Thank you for reading my theory.