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    Ive only played COOP for the last few days so I don't know the SP storyline but something happened that caught my attention. I was playing the 2nd level of coop when I get a call from SAM FISHER, now that was very cool, but then our spies wonder who that is and if he's a splinter cell but then they say were the first. Now that could imply that these spies are kept mostly in the dark and do not have the highlevel of contact with lambert that Sam has, still making sam the best covert ops solo operative that third echelon has. Anybody else notice this point of intrest.
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    Ive only played COOP for the last few days so I don't know the SP storyline but something happened that caught my attention. I was playing the 2nd level of coop when I get a call from SAM FISHER, now that was very cool, but then our spies wonder who that is and if he's a splinter cell but then they say were the first. Now that could imply that these spies are kept mostly in the dark and do not have the highlevel of contact with lambert that Sam has, still making sam the best covert ops solo operative that third echelon has. Anybody else notice this point of intrest.
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    woah that is cool!!
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    Sam is supposseddly the first, and most senior splinter cell. It would make sense that Sam is privy to most, if not all of echelons information because he handles its most sensitive assignments.
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    I should also note now that the conversation was with lambert and Fisher, but here's the main clue, fisher was in the field and interrogating someone on the other side asking him questions, it was all kind of creepy for us in some way, sam fisher than says something along the lines of welcome and then leaves making the spies wonder o themselves as to his identity, they even wonder if Fisher is a codename. They called him sir though recognizing him as someone highly important. But that transmission had a ghost like feeling to it emphasising that Sam Fisher is a Splinter Cell, shap deadly and nearly invisible. Im sure that I will meet up with this latter in the SP campaign. The COOP mission was in Seol.
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    **** ubi, they contradict this story with the one in the book. in the book, they say all splinter cells know there are other splinter cells, they just don't know them by name or personally. now in the game, they make it seem like they don't know about each other at all. agh, confusing... lol.

    edit: that bleep is supposed to be d a m n
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    Yea, in the Seoul mission (I think?) you interrogate a driver to find out where he dropped off one of their passengers (all spec ops), with Lambert and one of the co-op spies listening in.
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    Sam doesn't get the most sensitive operations. Sam has right to kill in his missions. It's the shadownet that handles the most sensitive situations because they are non lethal.

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    so what missions would you call more sensitive than pres palace? or kokubo sosho? or bathhouse? those are pretty sensitive missions. and two of them allow you to kill.
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    "He won't talk, should I kill him?"
    "No, No don't kill him."
    "They said I should kill you."
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