MOAB on outpost / Mother of all bombs mw3 / moab massive ordnance air blast

Not much to say except MOAB! Yeh I wont harp on about it. Pretty happy with it though. A mate was in a lobby for once to take it all in.  31-0 on outpost. It was lucky at some points but ALL my moabs have been so far. The only time I should have moabed without trouble was when I was stealth bombed the other day. I dont claim to be the best gamer, if I was then I certainly wouldnt post about a MOAB. But hey I’m happy.

If your unclear what a MOAB is here is wiki’s help :

 

M.O.A.B.

 

The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
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M.O.A.B.
Killstreak Reward
Kills 25
For the similar 25 killstreak in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, see Tactical Nuke.

The M.O.A.B. (Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb, nicknamed Mother Of All Bombs) is a hidden 25 kill-streak (24 with Hardline) reward featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The M.O.A.B. is obtainable with any Strike Chain.[1]

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The M.O.A.B. countdown icon

 

The M.O.A.B. is similar to the Tactical Nuke seen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. It is earned by getting a 25 kill streak (24 with Hardline), not including Strike Package kills/ kills achieved through Pointstreaks. Also, unlike with the pointstreaks in the Support Package, the player must not die in order to obtain M.O.A.B. Unlike the Tactical Nuke in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, its detonation won’t end the game, but will kill every enemy player in the game. The blast also causes an EMP to go off, eliminating all enemy equipment, electronics and pointstreaks for one minute.

A player that calls in a M.O.A.B. will also unlock Double XP for the remainder of that match for their entire team. The explosion litters the map with dust and a red tint that remains for the rest of the game, similar to the Nuke effect on the map, even if another M.O.A.B. is called in.

It’s worth mentioning the thrill and the sound of getting a nuke was a little more exciting, but it’s still a thrill, and indeed harder to obtain.

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~ by richardpmurfin on April 25, 2012.

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