Volgin Wha!?

Ok, here's one little thing that bugged me about this article: colonel FREAKING VOLGIN raised ocelot? where the hell did THAT one come from? I'm pretty sure he was just the commander!ConceitVolatile 03:19, 12 January 2008 (UTC)

Urr, I'm not sure actually. I'll have to re-research it! --Fantomas 13:23, 9 January 2008 (UTC)
EVA says he was raised by GRU. And Colonel Volgin is the head of GRU... so...! But she's merely under that impression, and if Ocelot worked for the NSA she could be mistaken.--Aldrius 19:32, 17 June 2009 (UTC)


dose any one no the modle gun he used before Big boss surgested he switched to a revolver User:Captain-One

ocerlots mother is the boss(the joy) and his farther is the sorrow

It looks like a Walther PP model. I've never seen confirmation though.Major Wolf 23:06, 7 June 2008 (UTC)

It's stated in the game that it's a Makarov --Drawde83 00:16, 8 June 2008 (UTC)

N== Philosophers in PO? ==

The wiki says, "Ocelot has become dissatisfied with the Philosophers bickering, which as pitted the CIA against the Pentagon for control of the legacy."

What were they bickering over? Between the CIA and the Pentagon? What role do they have between the dissent between the CIA and the Pentagon?

  • The US Philosophers exerted their influence through the CIA and The Pentagon(as stated by Gene), therefore a powerstruggle between the the CIA & Pentagon basically amounts to infighting within the Philosophers.

When the CIA recovered half of the legacy after operation snake eater it caused a 'split' within the US Philosophers, which is why The Pentagon are trying to recover the missing half of the legacy for themselves during MPO.

So in a nutshell the US Philosophers are made up of two branches and the Pentagon branch is trying to one-up the CIA branch by discrediting them and recovering the remainder of the legacy. This is what the 'bickering' refers to.

I know it says he doesn't on the page but does Ocelot use his revolver in MGS42.216.25.41 21:17, January 5, 2012 (UTC)

The Last Days of FOXHOUND

I personally believe that not only should an entry be made for the webcomic "The Last Days of FOXHOUND" be made on here (Haloepedia has its own entry for Red vs. Blue, why not a similar fanwork?), but that each member of FOXHOUND (and other cast members) should get a sub-entry in their articles about their role and appearance in the comic. In this case, of course, there should be an entry on Revolver Ocelot. I already made an unsigned (and rather abridged) entry in the Liquid Snake article about his role in the comic and think Ocelot should have his own sub-entry for his role in the comic as well.

For the uninitiated, here is the comic in question:

User:Crow T R0bot 22:48 22 July 2008 (EDT)

lets see, what makes you think there is a problem with having an article about "The Last Days of FOXHOUND"? (we have one for Metal Gear Awesome). I'm unfamiliar with the web comic you are talking about but I would recommend creating it's own article with all the information in it rather than spreading bits and pieces all over the place. Having said that if you want to contribute that information to the articles, go for it. The worst that can happen is it gets removed.
--Drawde83 03:11, 23 July 2008 (UTC)
My problem is that I have no prior experience with creating wiki articles and only a little experience with editing already existing ones. I will take your advice to hear though and do some research on how to make one before I ask someone else first, unless someone else would like to get on the ball with it.
--User:Crow T R0bot 00:58, 23 July EDT

General Ivan

While Vulcan Raven explicitly calls Ocelot "General Ivan" at one point during the FOXHOUND Rebellion, he says it in such a manner that it's used as a mocking term:

Ocelot: You see? I told you so. But I will kill him.
Raven: So, General Ivan, I hear he took your hand as well as your dignity.
Ocelot: Watch your tongue, Shaman!

Ocelot's reaction to the remark is obviously a reference that "General Ivan," as Raven called him, was simply a derogatory and outright racist and mocking remark alluding to Ocelot's nationality. Thus, it shouldn't be added as one of his aliases. -- Ocelot youth 19:00, 9 September 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, I reverted it at first because I had never heard Ivan used as a racist term for Russians. I did some research on the name and Wikipedia said it was similar to how Americans used the term "Charlie" for the Vietnamese during the Vietnam War. Since then I've pretty much stayed out of the whole argument. --Fantomas 20:19, 9 September 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, i dont know if you've ever played a game called Operation Flashpoint; but in that game theres a fictional conflict between the US and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and the Americans always refer to the russians collectively as 'Ivan'.

I've never even heard of that game, let alone played it. --Fantomas 14:33, 27 January 2009 (UTC)


Is it really neccesarry to put NSA as one of his affiliations? I'm pretty sure he was just posing as an NSA codebreaker when he 'defected' to the soviet union and was never actually part of the organisation.

I was the one that put that info. The games and database never actually say he never worked for the NSA. They only say that he was an NSA codebreaker. The database even mentions how Ocelot and the real EVA appeared on a news program in Moscow. Here's the database info.
"NSA Defection Incident"
"In September 1960, two people who had worked as code breakers at NSA Headquarters appeared on a news program in Moscow. They announced their defection to the Soviet Union and disclosed NSA's cryptanalytic missions. This was the first incident to reveal the truth behind NSA to the world."
I do admit though that it would be pretty odd for a 16 year old to work for the NSA. Anyway, you are probably right. I'm guessing the Philosophers had Ocelot and the real EVA to pretend to work for the NSA in order to get the Philosopher's Legacy. The defection part was obviously a facade.
Anyway, I've removed the references.
I didn't see this when I reverted you edits, you made it sound like you had just heard it somewhere! I don't feel like we have enough here to flat out remove the parts where it says he worked for the NSA. Perhaps we should just put that he posed as one, despite the fact that it's almost like we're just assuming that he posed as one. It's not too much of a stretch to see him working for them, and it's pssible he got the job at such a young age because of his connections to The Boss. I'm not sure. I've re-reverted the edits until we can decide on something. --Fantomas 17:51, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

It's okay. Thanks. I wish the database had cleared it up but it didn't.

I doubt it's unreasonable to assume that he had gotten special treatment due to his being the Boss's Son. I mean, if he was allowed to be a GRU member at what is implied to be at a very early age, whose to say that Ocelot can't just be an NSA codebreaker as well? I mean, unless Ocelot pulled an "EVA" and posed as ADAM while "taking care of" the real ADAM, I really don't see why he wouldn't work at the NSA (especially seeing how Zero explicitly stated that ADAM and EVA were former NSA codebreakers who defected into the Soviet Union.) Weedle McHairybug 02:03, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
Well, we don't know whether the fake EVA killed the real EVA. It's possible that he was still in Moscow during the events of Snake Eater. -- 16:19, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

Adam NOT Adamska

Everyone needs to stop listing his name as Adamska, as its actually a female name. EVA calls him 'Adam' in MGS4 and as the two had known eachother for many years it can be assumed that its his proper name. He probably just said his name was Adamska in MGS3 because he was supposed to be Russian, it was a way of maintaining his cover.

Or maybe Kojima didn't know it was a female name? EVA most likely called him ADAM because that was his code-name he used during Snake Eater. --Fantomas 12:49, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

The database says his name IS Adamska. Adam is just the American version of it.

Ocelot himself stated his name was Adamska at the end of Snake Eater.

Ocelot: What's your name?

Snake: Snake.

Ocelot: No, not that name. You're not a snake and I'm not an ocelot. We're men with names. My name is Adamska. What's yours?

Snake: John.

Ocelot: Very well, John... Plain name, but I won't forget it. C'mon!

Here is the videohe says it at 6 minutes into the video. WolfMaster 23:46, April 27, 2010 (UTC)

I'm not sure this is right

Here's my theory...I can take this back to MGS3....Remember how The Sorrow was a spirit medium? His abilities couldve been passed on to Ocelot unknowingly. Back in MGS2, Liquid may have very well possessed Ocelot because of this ability. Due to the constant takeovers, Ocelot probably had enough, removed his arm, and he fit it with a cybernetic arm...Its only a theory but a plausible one. The nanomachine theory is also a good one. The spirit medium thing is what I believe anyways. TheManWithTheEyePatch 00:49, July 1, 2010 (UTC)

That was the theory commonly held by fans, before it was revealed to be otherwise in MGS4. However, his possessing the Sorrow's abilities, was never proven, so it is innacurate to say that he definitely did. I reworded your point in the trivia to say that it was a possibility though for his strange behavior in MGS2. --Bluerock 05:59, July 1, 2010 (UTC)

The article claims that the Liquid Snake in Ocelot's head was wholly a fabrication, but that doesn't seem correct; while it isn't the Liquid Snake, it appears he has a second personality which is a Liquid Snake, as he remembers things Ocelot didn't witness (most obviously, he recalls Liquid's death). There's further precident in that the copy of Psycho Mantis in Screaming Mantis' head also remembers things witnessed by nobody but him and Snake. By this, it seems that it's possible in the MGS-verse to copy someone's entire personality and memories and somehow implant it into someone else; the new personality being as real as the original, perhaps overruling but not replacing the old one. The arm, presumably, was a cover story so the Liquid personality didn't become suspicious of its origins. Evil Tim 06:45, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

In Metal Gear Solid 4, it was indeed a fabrication. Most likely Ocelot claimed these thing due to memories of while Liquid Snake possessed him in Metal Gear Solid 2 (as it is heavily implied that Ocelot was aware of what he was doing while being possessed, such as briefly resuming his composure to bite his/Liquid's arm and shouting "Get... Out... Of... My... Head... LIQUID!!!!".) So if he's aware of his actions while possessed, he might as well remember some of Liquid's memories, INCLUDING his last few moments at life, without actually having Liquid's consciousness in him. I mean, take Samantha Carter from Stargate SG1, for example. After having been a host for a Tok'ra for a brief while, and after it sacrificed itself to save her, she has the memories of that Tok'ra as well, even knowing how to use Gou'al'oud Technology and sensing a Gou'al'oud nearby.
But the MGS2 Liquid and the MGS4 Liquid are the same thing; either it was always Liquid Snake (MGS4 certainly suggests that wasn't the case), was a copy of Liquid Snake's mind convinced it was the real one (which is what I got from 4), or Ocelot made the whole thing up. Regardless, nothing changed between 2 and 4, and the 'magic hand' apparently wasn't posessing him at any point in either game. Evil Tim 12:32, 22 May 2009 (UTC)
Since Liquid had nanomachines during MGS, they could have recorded everything he did and thought up until his death, allowing Ocelot to access his entire personality and memories when his corpse was retrieved. This could also mean that he wasn't faking the "take-overs" he suffered during MGS2, as they could have been adverse reactions to the nanomachines he was using to program himself with Liquid's personality. In that case, we might consider the Liquid portion to be a separate entity unto itself, perpetuated and controlled by the nanomachines (meme), while Ocelot is represented by his own mind (gene). Oreng3 05:24, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
But I don't recall any example of Nanomachines having such a capability in the MGS universe, and the plot reveals regarding the Magic Hand in 4 are pretty clear that the arm itself wasn't the cause of the new personality, it was deliberately inserted and the arm added afterwards. This is borne out in that we also have a personality added without a body part addition (there's no evidence any part of Psycho Mantis was grafted onto Screaming Mantis) and body part additions that don't change the host's personality (Big Boss shows no signs of being posessed by Liquid). Evil Tim 06:49, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
Well, Liquid WAS posses by Liquid in Metal Gear Solid 2. This was probably because he's the son of The Sorrow, and it's easy to assume he inherited some of the The Sorrow's abilities. But he was only posses when he was near Solid Snake. After the events of Metal Gear Solid 2 Ocelot had the arm removed, and replaced with a cybernetic one. He used nanomachines and hypnotherapy to "become" Liquid. So while Liquid really WAS in control of him in MGS2, that isn't the case in MGS4. As for the events that only Liquid and Snake knew about... It's possible that Ocelot witnessed those too. He could have been nearby and seen them for all we know. We don't really know WHERE he was near the end of the first game, so it's possible that he could have been watching from nearby, just a theory. Though I think the theory about Ocelot having Liquid's memories after being possessed might be true too. Yoyoddd 19:07 (UTC)

Liquid never possessed Ocelot. This was made very clear in MGS4.

I believe that it was INTENDED that he actually be Liquid Snake in MGS2, but we have to accept that this has now been retconned in MGS4. The story was intended to end in "Sons of Liberty", but fans demanded more sequels so the storyline was altered. Therefore, Liquid Ocelot was never possessed by the ghost of Liquid. As for the memories thing, as someone mentioned above, these are more about the player's experience rather than literally the memories of the characters onscreen. After all, how could Solid Snake have Big Boss's memories of giving a salute in the same cemetary in MGS4?--Bluerock 15:26, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
He may not have been possessed during Metal Gear Solid 4, but I doubt he was never possessed by Liquid in MGS2. First off, in the scene where Liquid reveals himself to be possessing Ocelot in the end of the Tanker Chapter, Revolver Ocelot shouts "Get Out Of My Mind LIQUID!!!!" and bites into their arm (and you can even hear screaming mixed together), and I do doubt that someone would say that and not be possessed, especially considering hypno-therapy/nanomachines combinations (When Big Boss was talking about what Liquid did, he made it seem as though he completely transformed himself and believed himself to be Liquid's doppelganger overnight, without any conflict.). Also, when you are talking to Ames, if you point the directional microphone at Ocelot right when he is trying to struggle Liquid's mind from taking over, you can distinctly hear two heartbeats (as in, two hearts beating at the exact same time). This was kept in the novelization, and Raiden even wonders if he has two hearts, even though it is impossible.). Finally, if he wanted to just fake possession, why bother replacing Liquid's arm with a cybernetic? Wouldn't Ocelot sell the act even better if Ocelot kept the arm (assuming, of course, that he actually faked possession from the start)? Besides, Big Boss's revelation of how Ocelot was faking it the whole time, the way he worded it would have made it impossible for it to actually be since before the Tanker Incident (He also mentioned EVA being responsible [via Raiden] for stealing Big Boss's remains from the Patriots, and given how it was done, I definitely doubt it was during the entirety of the Manhattan Incident [Tanker Incident included], seeing how the way he worded it made it seem as though it was around the same time. Either way, I changed it because, MGS4 saying it was a fake the entire time or not, it makes more sense if it was MGS4 that he faked it instead of just the entire time. Weedle McHairybug 15:31, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
The thing is, he never revealed he even had a cybernetic arm until after JD was destroyed. The whole screaming about Liquid being in his head could have been just an act, and having Liquid's arm in the first place would fool everyone into believing it. Even EVA was convinced that he was possessed. The two heartbeat thing could be an effect of the nanomachines (isn't everything, lol). Perhaps his body rejected Liquids arm naturally, so he got it replaced. Anyway, however you look at it, things just don't add up either way so perhaps the point should just be left ambiguous? --Bluerock 15:56, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
Well, as long as it doesn't hint one way or another at his faking it the entire time, I'll be all right with it. Although, EVA being convinced, I'm a bit doubtful of that. I mean, didn't Big Boss mention that the entire thing was EVA, Ocelot, and Naomi's idea and that they came up with it together? Weedle McHairybug 16:01, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
Possibly, though she seemed awfully hurt after Ocelot rejected her, after reaching out to him (Eastern Europe), but hell, maybe she's acting too. Damn it, so confusing, lol. Well the new wording isn't perfect but I guess it'll have to do. Maybe someone can word it better?--Bluerock 16:13, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
I doubt EVA sacrificed her "children". Didn't you watch the cutscenes? She was clearly devastated when she saw her "children" die, when she saw the Pyx burned to a crisp and when Solidus' body was burned to a crisp. Hell, I seriously doubt that Ocelot would send all those mercenaries to kill EVA and take Solidus and Big Boss's remains if they all knew that Liquid never possessed Ocelot. The evidence clearly shows that EVA did not know anything about the possession hoax. -- 16:29, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

"Ocelot shouts "Get Out Of My Mind LIQUID!!!!"

It's called ACTING. I could say the same thing. Would that mean Liquid possessed me too? -- 16:29, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

Uhh... yeah. I get the fact that you think/know that Ocelot was faking possession, but... you said that Ocelot was acting, right? He did act in an extremely believable manner assuming that he was indeed faking during MGS2, so why must you insist that EVA actually didn't know anything about Ocelot's playing excorcist? EVA was probably acting as well (and it was implied in the ending that they came up with that plan together). If you can admit that Ocelot is acting in a very believable manner, why is it that you seem to think that EVA wasn't acting? Is there some sort of difference that I'm missing or something? Weedle McHairybug 00:37, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
Uhh...yeah. Because EVA would NOT sacrifice all her "children" to put on an act. Do you seriously think that Ocelot and EVA would sent countless soldiers to kill each other, destroy the pyx and steal Big Boss's and Solidus's bodies if they were working together. Think before you ask a stupid question, Otness. Have a good night. -- 23:30, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
Considering how Big Boss stated in the ending that that plan was something they came up together in an attempt to revive Big Boss and destroy the Patriots/defeat Zero, yes, I do think that they would have done that. BTW, did you change computers or something? I'm asking because your IP address is a bit different. Weedle McHairybug 23:39, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
It would seem Ocelot and EVA both wanted to free Big Boss in the beginning, but after Ocelot became "Liquid", he essentially became a different person. His motives now seemed to be more about taking control of the SOP system and taking the place of the Patriots, which is something EVA would most likely be opposed to. Ocelot did not reveal his true intentions to her, in order to maintain the whole act, and decieve the Patriots. This is a possible explanation, since there is nothing to really suggest that EVA was specifically involved in Ocelot's plan to become Liquid's doppelganger. That's my attempt to rationalize it anyway. --Bluerock 00:02, February 27, 2010 (UTC)
Thank you, Gorman. And no, Weedle, I did not switch computers. I have a dynamic modem. My IP address changes from time to time. Have a great weekend guys. :) -- 12:53, February 27, 2010 (UTC)
The way I see it is that in MGS 2 Ocelot was indeed possessed by Liquids spirit because he inherited these powers from The Sorrow. Due to the fact he could not control Liquids persona when Solid Snake was near would jeopardise his master plan so he would replace Liquids arm with another. We can agree that its a diiferent arm in 2 and 4.

The Real Son of the Boss

Everyone knows that Ocelot is really The Boss's son, Adamska, but what I wanna know is where and when was this revealed? I don't remember them saying this in MGS3 or MGS4, when was the information of Ocelot being The Boss's son revealed?

There is a conversation with EVA after you fight Ocelot in MGS3 where she mentions that he is the son of a legendary soldier (explaining why he became a Major at such a young age) and that his mother has a snake shaped scar. At the end of MGS3, The Boss reveals she has a snake shaped scar. --Fantomas 00:11, 4 July 2009 (UTC)

Ocelot And Sergei Gurlukovitch

When exactly did Ocelot meet Sergei Gurlukovitch? did they meet around the time during metal gear solid 3? because i heard they both served in the Spetsnaz GRU....

And it said they met up after Shadow Moses. what did they do together during that time before the tanker incident.

And was Sergei Gurlukovitch acquainted with Solidus Snake at all? because he seemed like he knew Ocelot was "in league" with him.

And Did Ocelot ever really work for Liquid Snake or Solidus Snake? and if not what was the point of aligning himself with them??

I think a lot of these topics were left as a mystery on purpose. Therefore they don't explain them any further in any of the games and you'll have to come up with your own theories. anyway here's what I think.
Sergei is never mentioned in MGS3 and I'm unsure of him being in spetsnaz.
see response on Solidus talk page.
Sergei and his forces were supposed to reinforce Shadow Moses but they didn't make it in time.
No he was working for the patriots the whole time. His role was always to control the outcome of events in The Patriots favour. He could only do that by aligning with them.
--Drawde83 21:15, 5 August 2009 (UTC)
Wait, I thought Revolver Ocelot was actually trying to fulfill Big Boss's dream of stopping the Patriots in their Tracks (like what was stated in MGS4)?
Well that makes it a little more difficult. Sergei wasn't involved in MGS4 so we are getting away from the original question. I suppose Ocelot's real motive (remember just my opinion) was to stop the patriots without ruining the world. remember how Sunny's virus removed the control parts of the system while keeping the parts that prevented anarchy. --Drawde83 21:59, September 23, 2009 (UTC)

What you don't believe? Ocelot .Ghost.

I believe he(Ocelot) was possession. Don't forget who his father was. The Sorrow. In technical terms it's called a medium. Ocelot has the ability to channel spirits through him.

What you don't believe in ghosts? Then I guess you don't believe in Him either.

Hey, it's not that I don't believe in God (I'm Roman Catholic, and I would have left if I didn't believe in our father) It's more the fact that MGS4 had apparently retconned the whole Liquid possession thing. I do think that Ocelot was possessed in MGS2, however. The main reason is that, assuming he did adopt Liquid's persona via nano-machines and hypnotherapy, I kinda doubt that he could even create conflict within himself (Didn't Big Boss's statement imply that Ocelot completely changed himself as a direct result of the hypnotherapy?). To me, if I did that kind of thing, I'd be able to transform into Liquid overnight (which the conversation between Big Boss and Solid Snake implied). Seeing how he had legitimate conflict on it (or at least, it seemed legitimate), I'm guessing that Liquid Ocelot [the illusion, I mean, not the MGS2 version] actually came into being around MGS4 (this is supported by the fact that he replaced his arm as well as the fact that Big Boss's description of the events implied that EVA stealing Big Boss's body via Raiden and Ocelot's faked complete possession had started around the same time.). Weedle McHairybug 03:50, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
I don't recall any of us saying we don't believe in ghosts, (or how you could have insinuated from that initial assumption that we therefore don't believe in God), we're just trying to figure out what really happened regarding Ocelot becoming Liquid with the confusing and conflicting information the games give us. --Fantomas 12:59, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
Yes, I'm an athiest. I don't believe in "him". But that has nothing to do with the debate. Big Boss never suggests that Ocelot was actually possessed. He made it very clear that Ocelot was faking it the entire time. They even show flashbacks of Ocelot during the tanker incident when Big Boss says "cats do love to play as snakes" which implies that Ocelot was faking it during the tanker incident too. -- 16:48, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

Here's what the database says. There are some contradictions.

"Liquid Snake's Right Arm"

After Revolver Ocelot had his right hand cut off during the Shadow Moses Incident, he paid a transplant team in Lyon, France to attach Liquid Snake's right arm to his body. However, whenever Solid Snake is nearby, Revolver Ocelot acts as if Liquid Snake's mind has reawakened and taken over his consciousness.

Eventually, Liquid Snake manages to take over Revolver Ocelot's mind completely, creating Liquid Ocelot. After this, Ocelot removes the arm and uses a prosthetic instead.

Liquid Ocelot's personality was actually nothing more than the man-made product of Revolver Ocelot's own autosuggestion.


It was then that Ocelot began to act as if his body had been taken over by Liquid Snake's will, lingering within his right arm. Ocelot, playing the part of Liquid, announced that he was off to bury the Patriots, boarded Metal Gear RAY (manned), then disappeared into the sea. Ocelot, with his right arm replaced with that of Liquid Snake, later has his body taken over by Liquid Snake's psyche. The fusion that resulted was Liquid Ocelot.

"Liquid Snake"

After losing his right hand in the Shadow Moses Incident, Ocelot had Liquid Snake's arm surgically grafted onto his body and took on Liquid's ambitions under the guise of Liquid Ocelot.

"Liquid Ocelot"

The mind of Liquid Snake, housed in the body of Revolver Ocelot. Balance was restored to his psyche after the right hand that housed Liquid Snake's will was surgically replaced as a prosthetic limb. He ran Outer Heaven, a mother company that secretly controlled the world's five largest PMCs (Private Military Companies), and plotted to lead a rebellion against the Patriots using its military power.

Liquid Ocelot's personality was actually nothing more than the man-made product of Revolver Ocelot's own drug use and autosuggestion. Revolver Ocelot played the part of Liquid Ocelot in order to awaken Big Boss, who had been kept in a comatose state by the Patriots' AI collective, to find the whereabouts of Zero. He posed as a Liquid Snake doppelgänger in order to hide those intentions from the core AI, JD. Once he had destroyed JD from the inside, his mission as Liquid Ocelot was over. When his life was subsequently claimed by FOXDIE, he died as Revolver Ocelot himself.

"Balance was restored to his psyche after the right hand that housed Liquid Snake's will was surgically replaced as a prosthetic limb." That's quite an unusual line right there. That, to me, suggests that Ocelot was in actual physcological turmoil until he removed Liquid's right arm, and it wasn't until then that he played the part. What makes this line even more unusual are all the other referrences to Ocelot playing the part all along, as all the other articles you've quoted suggest. It's this kind of thing that makes the database largely unreliable in my eyes, like it was made by a group of people with conflicting views, much like this wiki itself.
And here are all of Big Boss' lines regarding Ocelot at the end of MGS4.:
"Ocelot and EVA wanted two things, to bring me back to life, and to end the Patriots. That meant destroying the AI and killing the man, JD and Zero." "And Ocelot... In order to fool the System... Used nanomachines and psychotherapy to transplant Liquid's personality onto his own. He used hypnotic suggestion to turn himself into Liquid's mental doppelganger. For all our advances in nanotechnology... Information and genetic control... They've never managed to control people at will... Let alone turn one person totally into another."
Big Boss himself doesn't make it very clear at all to be honest. It's only the flashback images of the Tanker Incident that really hit the idea home. --Fantomas 17:44, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
For once, Fantomas is friendly. Very shocking indeed. Anyway, I have no problem with the sentence "although it's unknown if during the Manhattan Incident, Ocelot was really possessed by Liquid or not". It's a very fair compromise. ;)-- 17:49, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
I think we should all just agree that the whole Liquid arm/possession/hypnotherapy plot was ridiculous and never think about it again. :P It's really annoying that they were so close to giving Ocelot a mechanical arm and then decided to do something this insanely dumb instead. Bad form. 18:04, May 10, 2010 (UTC)

MGS4 The Matrix?

Is it just me or has anybody notice that a MGS2 and MGS4 borrow a lot of elements from The Matrix. Eva Ocelot and even Campbell has refered The Patriots as The System. And how a bunch of A.I programs are controlling the people. You know hiding the truth? That most people aren't even aware of The Patriots. Speech restriction similiar to the knowledge of The Matrix. And how Snake represents a saivor just like Neo. Ocelot is similiar to Agent Smith who wishes to destroy The System. And how JD alias J.F.K

was speaking in the same computer language when it was talking to Raiden in MGS2. Just like The Architect. Viewing humans as a mathematical equation that must be

balanced. Ocelot's purpose was to destroy The System. Eva sort of represents The Oracle. She explains the true nature of The System.

Now that you mention it, it is quite similar in those respects, due to the nature of their stories. --Bluerock 20:27, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah, although unlike The Matrix, the system was indeed destroyed by the end by "Smith". Bit surprising that they didn't make a musical theme with slight similarities to Neodammerung. Weedle McHairybug 20:30, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
These similarities are rather interesting and I hadn't noticed most of them before. I wonder how much influence one had on the other. However, the Architect was featured in the 2003 sequel, while MGS2 came out in 2001. To be honest, for a second I scoffed at the idea of an Eva/Oracle parallel, but then I realized that she was like a "mother" of the system who later sided with its enemies, sort of like the Oracle I guess. Neat. 01:30, May 2, 2010 (UTC)
It DOES have a cyberpunk feel to it. I've noticed that. Keep in mind, of course, these aren't the first games Kojima directed that had such elements. Think about Snatcher, which came out in 1988 originally. Kojima likes to reuse ideas especially when it comes to creating a sci-fi setting. No getting around that. Christengo 03:56, March 27, 2012 (UTC)

Liquid's voice Hair and Missing sleeve. MGS2

I don't think the Liquid Ocelot thing is completely fake. Then how you explain him talking with Liquid's voice. His hair suddenly changed to Liquid's style. And his right sleeve was missing. I don't think you could fake that. He doesn't have ability to mimic other people's voices. And what he said at the end. Why do you think I chose Ocelot as my host?

Ocelot maybe a good actor but not that good.

To be honest, I think I have to agree with that, especially seeing how he required hypnotherapy in order to fake out the AIs by acting like Liquid. I'm also pretty certain that hypnotherapy does not create conflict within the individual (something that MGS2 had shown and the "Liquid's arm" article in the database also implied, and the part that was in spoilers, I'm guessing, also hinted at the possession being legitimate up until the prosthetic [not that I believe everything the Database says, of course].). Also, I really doubt that even the most well versed of actors can basically cause their heart to react in such a way as to make it seem as though he had two hearts beating at the same time. Weedle McHairybug 20:47, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

We don't know which generation of nanomachines he was using but considering the fact that even the most basic nanomachines could restrict a host's movements and control their muscles. What is to stop any generation from altering a person's voice by controlling the various parts involved in producing speech? WolfMaster 20:43, April 28, 2010 (UTC)

Because unlike restricting someone's movements, Nanomachines cannot transform someone into someone else. Big Boss made that clear. Weedle McHairybug 23:00, April 28, 2010 (UTC)
In MGS2, Ocelot is fighting to keep control of his body since Liquid Snake's psyche is housed inside the arm. By MGS4, he has removed it, with a mechanical replacement, and is no longer losing control of his body to Liquid. However, he maintains the facade that he is fully under Liquid's control using hypnotherapy to mimic Liquid's personality. The change in voice is simply there to indicate a change in who is in control at the time. -Misterbunnsy 04:18, March 18, 2012 (UTC)

Ocelot's recruitment...

Ok, Here's what I'm wondering. Where should I place Ocelot's recruitment? Should I make it it's own section, put it in the Behind the Scenes section, or, god-forbid, place it in the Portable Ops section itself? I know it's non canon, but at the same time, you don't actually "recruit" Ocelot as much as you "unlock" him for another playthrough, which makes it difficult to discern where to place it. However, I'm also not sure if I should try and place it as a behind the scenes entry, as it's still quite large for an entry, probably too large. I'm going to need some help in regards to this. I might also try to copy/paste EVA's recruitment scenario into the article, as that directly leads into the Ocelot scenario. Weedle McHairybug 03:11, March 11, 2010 (UTC)

I think it's own section, above the "trivia" and the "behind the scenes" sections will be fine. --Fantomas 09:36, March 11, 2010 (UTC)
Done. I also made sure I made a footnote at the end of the section that explains that unlike EVA, Sokolov, Raikov, Para-Medic, or Sigint, you don't actually "recruit him" (as in, find him in-game and then bring him off screen back to the truck.), but his manner of unlocking is more similar to how you unlock the bosses and certain other characters (IE, Major Zero, Null, Cunningham, and Gene). BTW, permission to create a script article that details the unlocking scenarioes for the above characters? I only want to do it because I personally had a very difficult time trying to locate the exact dialogue, and I just don't want other people to suffer trying to find it, that is all. Weedle McHairybug 12:55, March 11, 2010 (UTC)
It's pretty long. Is there no way you could trim it down a bit? --Fantomas 18:09, March 11, 2010 (UTC)
I'm actually unsure, seeing how the EVA mission tied directly into the Ocelot mission (in fact, EVA's literally the middle of it.) Weedle McHairybug 18:13, March 11, 2010 (UTC)

Ocelot pervert

Is it just me or does both Ocelot's B&B Corp and FROGS soldiers are nothing but females? Is Ocelot turing into another dirty old man surrounding himself with young women. I would to I guess. VIAGRA anyone?

Grow up, please. --Fantomas 21:08, March 11, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah, I agree with Fantomas. This really isn't a mature discussion, and isn't related that much to MGS anyhow. Besides, I already am distressed enough by how society (or at the very least the mass media) is constantly portraying us Heterosexual males as being dirty people who toy with women, and how we heterosexual males are expected to act like that towards women, lest we be homosexual even if we were never attracted to the same sex at all. This just isn't good, and this is coming from a heterosexual. Weedle McHairybug 21:15, March 11, 2010 (UTC)

Wow sorry

Wow sorry I was only having a little fun poking at Ocelot. It wasn't meant to be taking seriously. So be kind. Normally I would would be dropping F bombs on you for your statement but this is YouTube. So I'm not going to so nice day.

Sorry to cut in, but this makes no sense. --Fantomas 10:25, March 14, 2010 (UTC)
This isn't YouTube. Anyway, I wondered about that myself. I guess Ocelot likes hanging around young women. Too bad we never saw the faces of the FROG soldiers. -- 14:22, March 12, 2010 (UTC)

Ocelot and The Boss and one more thing

Well back to serious tone because two users( Who name I'm not going to mention) don't like making fun of there MGS characters(Fanboys). Was Ocelot ever aware that The Boss was his mother? Even after her death? If The Boss knew that Major Ocelot was his son do you think she would treat him any different then before? Got anything to complain now? (Fanboys)

Uhh, first off, I'm not a fanboy. I just didn't think the material was suitable, really. Trust me, if I hated Ocelot's guts when I read that, I still would have objected. To answer your question, they never really said anything. I'd guess no, but we'll have to wait until the Metal Gear series is over before we conclude anything. Weedle McHairybug 00:54, March 14, 2010 (UTC)
I make fun of MGS characters all the time. It's just that what you said wasn't funny. It was dumb. But that's just the way of our society is now, everything needs to be taken in a sexual light. Moving on, It's highly possible Ocelot eventually found out, but as Weedle said there's no real evidence to sugest either way. Who knows? --Fantomas 10:25, March 14, 2010 (UTC)
It's also possible that The Boss gave Ocelot a crash course in CQC, before and/or during Operation Snake Eater. That would explain how he was able to fight Naked Snake at the end of Snake Eater. - Marcaurelix
I doubt The Boss even knew Ocelot was her son. I'm fairly certain that he was taken from her not long after birth by the Philosophers. She MIGHT have taught him some CQC during Operation Snake Eater. My guess is that he just picked up a few things watching Snake fight sometimes, or maybe even saw The Boss training or something. - Misterbunnsy 04:24, March 18, 2012 (UTC)

Gun duel in Metal Gear Solid 1?

Why exactly did he challenge Snake to a duel in Shadow Moses?

That was not part of his plan and he was not "possessed" back then. That only started at the beginning of MGS2.

I suppose it is because of some honor code or to not get his cover blown?

i would imagine it was because of his respect for Big Boss. Ocelot probably wanted to battle the son who defeated him--Soul reaper 04:30, July 1, 2010 (UTC)

Fooling the Patriots

I know that Ocelot becoming Liquid through nanomachines and auto-suggestion is the result of a horribly contrived retcon, but why did he need to fool the system exactly? Why go to such lengths, when he could have done exactly the same thing as himself? I'm sure I'm not the only one who thought it was a bit pointless (in terms of the story). --Bluerock 11:52, July 8, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, I know. The only possible explaination was to distract them from the true threat: FOXALIVE (whether Snake was supposed to be the true threat is debatable). There is also some problems with the overall issue of his "faking" possession because did some stuff Liquid did that, if Ocelot was truly just faking possession, Ocelot should not even know about (I.E., re-enacting Liquid's exact final moments after RAY was destroyed. Ocelot should only know that Liquid was killed from FOXDIE, he should not even know exactly how he died due to not even being present, as the only ones who bore witness to it were Snake and Meryl.). Weedle McHairybug 12:03, July 8, 2010 (UTC)
Actually, he could very well have deduced Liquid's final act in death, since the military monitored all of Solid Snake's communications and would have heard the manner in which Liquid died. My main gripe was concerned with why he would actually pretend to be a different person. Why would 'being' Liquid accomplish anything more than what Ocelot could have done himself? It wasn't necessary to pretend that his true personality was still loyal to Patriots, why not just outright announce his betrayal, it wouldn't have made a difference in the scheme of things. --Bluerock 12:49, July 8, 2010 (UTC)
I can't remember the quote exactly but it is stated within the narrative that a machine will do the same thing over and over again if it knows it is effective. So from their POV, the only way to defeat a resurrected Liquid is a Solid Snake/FOXDIE combo. Snake received loads of help from the Patriots throughout MGS4 afterall. Ocelot banked on this and so he went to extreme lengths to ensure that the Patriots would play into the final part of his and EVA's plan. Afterall, they required help from Philanthropy to finish FOXALIVE but they also needed to keep the Patriots unaware to it all. Maybe they would have expected all the duplicity from the legendary triple agent, so Ocelot needed to make sure the ruse was perfect. KCenturion 20:07, July 28, 2010 (UTC)


I was just wondering, why didn't FOXIDE kill Ocelot during shadow moses? I thought it was programmed to kill him.

Since he was a Patriot spy, he was likely excluded as a target for the FOXDIE in MGS1. The virus that kills him in MGS4 was a different form of FOXDIE. --Bluerock 13:32, November 11, 2010 (UTC)

Ocelot in the West Wing?

Was it ever implied that he was exempt from the whole "Colonel class" authorization process? Maybe I'm missing a few details, but when Volgin arrived at the West Wing, he seemed to be by himself, and Ocelot seemed to be lying in wait by a wall. Unlike Tatyana/EVA (who was mentioned when he mentioned that he arrived to see Tatyana) or The Boss (whom he didn't seem at all upset to be actually present in the West Wing), he didn't seem to indicate one way or another about whether Ocelot was even exempt. What I do know is that the only thing Ocelot was given exceptional treatment for, stated or otherwise, was that he was given his own unit. Again, maybe I'm missing a few details, but I don't recall seeing any implications one way or another that he was even exempt outside of Ocelot being present in the West Wing. I really doubt that Sokolov was an exception, since he was supposed to be held within the West Wing. Weedle McHairybug 13:12, April 28, 2011 (UTC)

No, there was no overt implication other than his and The Boss's presence there. Had he obviously infiltrated the building without permission, rather than simply waiting for Volgin to finish dealing with Snake, it might be worth noting. As it stands, it just seems like unnecessary nitpicking for the sake of adding more trivia. --Bluerock 14:50, April 28, 2011 (UTC)

Ocelot's nationality = American?

Okay, There is currently a thing going on the article about whether Ocelot is American or not in terms of nationality. Evil Tim claims that there wasn't any documented proof that he held citizenship in the US. However, there's the issue about the fact that he was even able to work at places such as the NSA, and possibly the CIA. I think working for the US Government as an agent or something would at the very least require US Citizenship. I know that working for the US Government in terms of being the President of the United States definitely requires the person to be American born. It certainly wouldn't have been likely that Ocelot would have even worked for the NSA had he just had Russian nationality. We really need to solve this issue. Weedle McHairybug 20:25, June 20, 2011 (UTC)

Ocelot also worked for the U.S. Army Special Forces, which requires American citizenship, for security clearance purposes. Besides which, Hideo Kojima stated that all the members of FOXHOUND, under Liquid, were part-American, rather than full Russian, British, Iraqi, etc. --Bluerock 21:16, June 20, 2011 (UTC)

Ocelot good or evil

I don't think ocelot to be truly evil just you know a selfish bastard.He was only evil because Liquid posesed him and also he wasn't evil at core.Also his final words were "Youre preety good" that sound like sportmanship,if not a bit sad

You're pretty good.

I just wanted to say that Ocelot is my absolute favorite character ever. I have contemplated Fallout builds of him, and even use revolvers on every single game I play because of him. I prefer him as Major Ocelot, though. Just saying. --File:Valoopy sig.jpg ☢Valoopy☣ 04:54, August 6, 2011 (UTC)

Ocelot easter egg

When Ocelot is chasing Big boss and Eva on the bike his licenses plate says Kot meaning cat in russian. I was wondering if anybody else saw that

Also would you guys mind if I put it in myself??? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

I didn't notice it myself, but I don't see why it couldn't be added to "Behind the scenes." Also, remember to sign your comments with four tildes. --Bluerock 13:48, November 27, 2011 (UTC)

"The woman"

Who is the woman he refers to after the credits of MGS1? It can't be Meryl because he still says it if she dies. 18:50, March 8, 2012 (UTC)

Naomi Hunter is the most likely possibility. Apparently the dialogue is identical for both endings in the PS1 game, so some still think it could be Meryl. --Bluerock 18:57, March 8, 2012 (UTC)
I think you're referring to The Twin Snakes. The PS1 version actually omits this if she dies. Weedle McHairybug 19:01, March 8, 2012 (UTC)
Ah yes, my mistake. Basically, we don't know either way. --Bluerock 19:04, March 8, 2012 (UTC)

You're pretty...terrible!?

Can we get a video somewhere that shows the cutscene in MGS1 & TTS where you hear what Ocelot says when you keep dying at your fight with him? I've never seen it and considering he's the easiest boss in the entire game (as are most first bosses) I've never had the privilege of seeing that happen. Leading me to speculate whether it even exists. I really don't feel like dusting off my old copy of MGS1 let alone buying a used Gamecube just to also buy and play TTS. Christengo 10:35, April 18, 2012 (UTC)

Rest assured, it does indeed happen. He says something like "I'm disappointed, I expected more from you, etc." You should easily be able to find a YouTube video of it somewhere. --Bluerock 12:03, April 18, 2012 (UTC)
You're right. I did some digging and here it is: Christengo 18:08, April 18, 2012 (UTC)

No Metal Gear Ac!d references.

Ocelot and some other characters had appeared in the MGA series as Character Cards. For example, Ocelot had a character card which causes all weapon COST to be set to 2. Should we add another section to all the characters which had their own character card in Ac!d?

The Banshee Terror (talk) 20:21, October 23, 2012 (UTC)

Re-appearance in MGS5

I have some doubts that the man in the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is Ocelot; during the game's time period, c.1983, Ocelot (b. 1944) should have been only 39 years old, while the man in the trailer looks much older. I think it is either just a placeholder (unlikely), a hallucination or something. -- 12:57, March 31, 2013 (UTC)

Troy Baker is new MGSV voice

It seems that Troy Baker is the new Ocelot voice, its not confirmed though so I can't up it on the wiki but it sounds like him in the trailer. He sounds like a mix between Zimmerman and Keaton, sounds pretty good... mind the pun. It does annoy me slightly that Baker is in nearly every game now though, he seems to be outduing Nolan North lately.

Name Change

Shouldn't this page be renamed "Ocelot" since that's the name he goes by in all but one of his appearences? --MOB-4-Life (talk) 23:51, June 10, 2013 (UTC)

He is also referred to by it in MGS2. It's the latest name that he went by so don't really see why it needs to be changed. --Bluerock (talk) 05:49, June 11, 2013 (UTC)
By that logic the Solid Snake page should be renamed "Old Snake". Ocelot is referred to as such in the majority of his appearences so therefore it makes sense that the name of the article be simplified. Not trying to be antagonistic.. just stating the facts --MOB-4-Life (talk) 13:10, June 11, 2013 (UTC)
Old Snake was never really an official name, and not one that Snake himself used. One could say the same about Liquid "Ocelot," but obviously there would be confusion if you just named his page "Liquid." Having this article titled "Revolver Ocelot" also helps distinguish it from Liquid Ocelot. The article name doesn't need be the most simplified form, as long as the character is easily identified with it. --Bluerock (talk) 14:40, June 11, 2013 (UTC)

Voice Actor for MGSV

The voice actor for Ocelot in Phantom Pain sounds so damn familiar. At first thought, I assumed it was Patric Zimmerman but now I'm starting to second guess that. Any ideas, anyone? - Misterbunnsy (talk) 14:17, June 11, 2013 (UTC)

Troy Baker confirmed as VA for Ocelot in MGSV. Correct? - Misterbunnsy (talk) 15:32, July 24, 2013 (UTC)

Yes. [1] Omega Fighter (talk) 16:19, July 24, 2013 (UTC)

Boss Fight?

Would the duel with Ocelot in the WIG in MGS3 be counted as a boss fight? —Preceding unsigned comment added by TheSOLIDAssassin (talkcontribs)

You could argue it either way really. While there is ostensibly a "challenge," with the apparent objective being to obtain the loaded revolver and then to shoot Ocelot, there are no real consequences to whatever decision the player takes. --Bluerock (talk) 10:40, December 16, 2013 (UTC)

Ocelot's infatuation with Big Boss

Throughout MGS3 there are implications that Ocelot has developed a crush or some sort of romantic/platonic feelings towards Snake, that go beyond mere admiration. There are these dialogues, for example:

"Ocelot: He's good...(referring to Snake) Volgin: Fallen for him?" -notice that there's a similar exchange in which Volgin suggests that Ocelot is attracted to Tatyana, but while he denies it in this case, he fails to do so for Snake.

"Eva: It was Ocelot.(the one who ate Snake's rations) Snake: Ocelot? Eva: He said he wanted to eat the same things you did. Snake: Why would he do that? Eva: You haven't figured it out? Snake: No. Eva: You are dense. Snake: ...???" -this dialogue mirrors another in which EVA taunts Snake for failing to figure out Volgin's relationship with Raikov.

All of this would be very ambiguous by itself. But Kojima confirmed it in the audio commentary of MGS3 (

"Snake and Ocelot, from the first moment they set eyes upon each other, they both fell into liking with each other. It is a pure love."

And later, when commenting in the scene between Volgin and Ocelot, he says: "In an off guarded moment, Ocelot accidentally spoke his real mind. Ocelot has already fallen into a dream state regarding Snake." Which means that Volgin wasn't just taunting Ocelot, but had hit the nail on the head.

Given all the evidence, shouldn't this be mentioned in the personality/traits section? It's important to understand Ocelot's motivations behind his actions, and his obsession with Big Boss.-- 17:03, July 22, 2015 (UTC)

why is ocelot referred to as bi instead of gay?

maybe I'm missing something, but I'm pretty sure he's never expressed attraction towards anyone who isn't male. 20:12, October 10, 2015 (UTC)

Sniper Wolf, just before the torture session, certainly in The Twin Snakes at least. Weedle McHairybug (talk) 21:24, October 10, 2015 (UTC)
Not to be an asshole, but a homosexual flirting with someone of the opposite sex doesn't instantly make you bisexual, plenty of homosexuals can flirt with someone of the gender they're not interested in. I know this from personal experience. 21:27, October 10, 2015 (UTC)
This is all beside the point, as it's speculation either way, and the paragraph has been removed from the article. --Bluerock (talk) 21:30, October 10, 2015 (UTC)
Yeah, as Bluerock said, the paragraph is removed anyways. As it is, though, Had Ocelot truly been homosexual, he'd be more afraid and disgusted by Sniper Wolf due to her being the opposite sex. Just look at how General Blue acted towards Bulma in Dragon Ball during the General Blue saga for a very good example of how homosexuals act towards the opposite sex (I'm not particularly fond of that example myself, though, since the way they did it just made it seem as though they accused him of being homosexual solely because he refused Bulma's advances when there was literally nothing else indicating he was that [as it was, he could have just as easily just not liked Bulma while otherwise being straight, or even be asexual], at least have him flirt with Krillin or even Goku if they're going to accuse him as such, since that's far better evidence to being gay, but nonetheless, it is the best example I've got, probably also Raikov as well who also never flirted with EVA at all). Weedle McHairybug (talk) 21:36, October 10, 2015 (UTC)
Not really, Weedle. You're using a fictional character as a way of trying to back up your own point about Ocelot supposedly being bisexual, from a real life perspective it's completely possible for someone who's homosexual to flirt with someone of the gender they're not interested in with no actual feelings or intent behind it which I'd stated from a personal experience know to be possible, that's rather ignorant to use a fictional character to back up your point, shame on you. 08:08, October 11, 2015 (UTC)
It's absolutely correct that examples from real life experience counts for far more than any anime/videogame/film depiction, but this discussion really does not need to drag on any further. --Bluerock (talk) 09:59, October 11, 2015 (UTC)
"As it is, though, Had Ocelot truly been homosexual, he'd be more afraid and disgusted by Sniper Wolf due to her being the opposite sex." uh did you just say a homosexual is likely to be disgusted or afraid of the opposite sex? That's not how it works. You could've just said he wouldn't jokingly flirt with her. I hate to continue this debate but I can't let something that ignorant slide. Fireworks888 (talk) 18:56, October 11, 2015 (UTC)
It certainly was the case with General Blue from Dragon Ball, especially since his reaction to Bulma is apparently how they deduced he was gay in The Pirate Treasure. Do I particularly like how they did it? No, but it's still how they showed him to be gay. Weedle McHairybug (talk) 19:10, October 11, 2015 (UTC)
Your ignorance shows through your words. 19:34, October 11, 2015 (UTC)
Hey, maybe I am ignorant, maybe I'm not, but what I do know is that this is exactly how General Blue was conveyed to be homosexual in Dragon Ball, in both the Manga and the Anime, at the very least that's how Bulma and Krillin are depicted as having deduced him as being that. You might want to call Akira Toriyama ignorant as well, since he's the one who wrote that scene in the first place as the manga writer. Either way, it's also implied that this was how Raikov was depicted as well, and unlike Ocelot, Raikov being homosexual was made a LOT more obvious. Weedle McHairybug (talk) 19:40, October 11, 2015 (UTC)

Reason for Ocelot not to help Venom

I'm sure that Ocelot could not help rescue Miller with Venom not only because he needed to rebuild his legend alone, but because he could not be seen by other Russians because he still was working for the GRU/Spetsnaz. 18:06, November 1, 2015 (UTC)

"My roles here include training our soldiers and supporting you during missions. Since I'm still technically working for the GRU as well, I can't accompany you in the field. Don't take it personally." Riley Heligo The Forgotten Sinner 18:24, November 1, 2015 (UTC)
Yeah that's why I point it out, the article still reflects that Ocelot could not help snake because he needed to do it himself in the part about the Phantom Pain. 18:36, November 1, 2015 (UTC)
Seems like the info simply hasn't been updated yet. I'm currently busy so I won't be able to edit it until late in the day unless someone else is willing to do it. DementedP (talk) 19:01, November 1, 2015 (UTC)

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