Black Ops II Wii-U

MOTD Standard Cipher code

So if you don't know already, they have some weird letter sequences scribbled on the right side of the escape plan.

I was messing around and went on to Black ops 1 got the idea to go type them into the computer. (Where you start on the menu screen and press LT & RT together several times to get out of the chair and go to the computer on the desk behind you.) I went on the computer and typed in DECODE (then each of the following codes) There was only two codes I got back blank. Here's what I got and you can test it for youself if you don't believe me. Make sure to put DECODE first though as this is the agency standard cipher for the codes.

FFGXGD = 9

GFFAGF = E

GGDDGF = EE

FFXXFF = (was blank space)

FDGFFG = 89

FDGFFG = 89

FDGGFF = 8E

FGFGAA = GG

FXFXDX = (was blank space)

XFXDGF = E

FAGGFF = E

I don't know if any of this means anything as I can't figure it out where to take it from here, but if anyone knows what to do with this feel free to post about it. Oh and I couldn't get anything for "AF" it's unfinished.

Looking at it again, I figure this could be some kind of computer code like hexadecimal or binary code. Here is a link to a conversion chart.

http://ascii.cl/conversion.htm

Oops Just noticed I combined the Oct and Bin Numbers I'll put a space between so you know they are separate. (First 3 numbers are Oct)

Converting: Binary

9 = 011 00001001

E = 016 00001110

EE = 356 11101110

? = ?

89 = 131 01011001

89 = 131 01011001

8E = 216 10001110

GG = ?

? = ?

E = 016 00001110

E = 016 00001110

And then this is just me adding the number with the boxed numbers that are below the sequence code.

13 15 2 15 = 45

6   20 8 5   = 39

4   5   1 4   = 14

1   2   3 4   = 10

24 42 14 28

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

good thinking, did ya try the code in one lump aswell????

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

I tried it all at once minus the last part "AF" and got 9DGED9898EGEE

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

random, i like to see new ways on how to crack the code but maybe its just adgfx code and we need to wait for the game to crack it

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

That's possible.

Yeah I just got gibberish with the translation, probably ADFGX code like you said, it was used by German army too and Richtofen is German so it makes sense.

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

smart idea. kudos for the creative thinking

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

With the numbers below the letters surely we know the correct sequence from them already....

1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13

and I believe 21 is not on the list so that's our 6 digit Fibonacci sequence we were hinted with a while back?

Maybe the pictures hinted at a similar time are hints for the letter combo? Starting letters of each picture is the letter from each line?

What do you guys think?

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

Sorry didn't notice 2x 1 so its a 7 digit with two 1s to start with

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Re: MOTD Standard Cipher code

No one agree with me here?

Sorry if the use for said numbers and pictures was already found!

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