**** 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.
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Raakile91:
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. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Thats your opinion. But im sure most people would agree that Sam is echelons senior operative and therefore receives their most sensitive missions. The right to kill would not just be given to anyone, especially when your killing in the name of your country and its intelligence community. Sam is suppossed to kill only as a last resort anyway, so it really doesnt matter. The most sensitive missions are generally also the most dangerous. Sam is clearly privy to information that other agents are not and has inside knowledge of most of its priorities and mission taskings. It would be impossible to disprove that Sam is the senior operative, and they wouldnt send someone with so much experience and skill on a mission that any splinter cell could accomplish.