We set up camp in a small grove of trees, whose height, combined with the gentle mist that hung over us like a cloud, helped mask our movements as we set up a makeshift camp. We were only two miles from the perimeter, and at 0500, we would head out to infiltrate the stronghold.\n\nAs I circled round and round to find a good spot to lie down, that was when they caught my eye. Little white coiled mounds, right near Jenkins' bedding. I could see them, but they had no odor! It was maddening.\n\nWhat were they? It soon became clear. They were doodie ghosts.\n\nThey were horrifying. They were dangerous. I could barely contain myself. I knew I had to warn the others.\n\n[[Call the doodie ghosts.]]\n\n[[Eat the doodie ghosts.]]\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/F3TJWE7H672MOO3.LARGE_.jpg></html>\n\n
Many butts were sniffed, as we marched and I received many affectionate pats on the head. But not everyone was so gracious. Jenkins brushed me away, saying - pardon my french - "Get out of there, boy!" I could smell that Jenkins had eaten the last of his wife's homemade cookies. That can't have been easy. Cookies are the best. I love cookies.\n\nI would like a cookie.\n\nIs there a cookie over there\n\nIs that cookie for me\n\nThat cookie is for me\n\nNo that is a leaf\n\n--\nRegardless, I had boosted the team's morale. Soon we would arrive at the camp.\n\n[[That leaf is not going to eat itself]]\n\n[[Back to the mission at hand.]]
We touched down in Kyrgyzstan, ten miles out from the base. We were going to have to hoof it across miles of harsh terrain, and set up camp by 2200 hours. \n\nI didn't know what that meant. Because I am a dog. But I did know that I wanted to sniff some butts.\n\n[[Sniff butts]]\n\n[[Carry on without even urinating on anything.]]\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/image.png></html>
I ate the leaf. It tasted okay. \n\nI ate five more which were also acceptable.\n\nAdditionally I ate a bug, which was very bitter and kept my tongue busy for a great many minutes.\n\n[[Back to the mission at hand.]]
War had changed. There was a time when we were the right hand of the masters of the world - now, we were on the other side. We were the underdogs. But we were still the best of the best.\n\nOur mission was to infiltrate the Manas Air Base, in Kyrgyzstan. This one of the most important military installations in the world, and it was up to us to take it back.\n\nMy team was close-knit, but I was the new guy. I had a lot to prove. Also: [[I was a dog.]]\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/cod-ghosts.png></html>
We set up camp in a small grove of trees, whose height, combined with the gentle mist that hung over us like a cloud, helped mask our movements as we set up a makeshift camp. We were only two miles from the perimeter, and at 0500, we would head out to infiltrate the stronghold.\n\nAs I circled round and round to find a good spot to lie down, that was when I they caught my eye. Little white coiled mounds, right near Jenkins' bedding. I could see them, but they had no odor! It was maddening.\n\nWhat were they? It soon became clear. They were doodie ghosts.\n\nThey were horrifying. They were dangerous. I could barely contain myself. I knew I had to warn the others.\n\n[[Call a doodie ghost.]]\n\n[[Eat the doodie ghosts.]]\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/F3TJWE7H672MOO3.LARGE_.jpg></html>
I barked and barked, but to no avail. The ghosts would not leave this mortal plane. \n\nI knew those ghosts were a bad omen - because somehow, in a short amount of time, a roving patrol of enemy combatants came across our camp. I could smell a grenade.\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/CALLOFDOGS4.jpg></html>\n\nAs shrapnel rained down, and the misty airs parted with yet another boom, and the brightness of a thousand suns, I breathed my last. \n\nAs I lay, panting, eyes ever on those doodie ghosts, I wondered - had I smelled enough butts?\n\nI had. By god I had.
I tried calling just the one. I poked at it with my nose. \n\nIt smelled good, but I knew better than to lick it very many times. Just a few, to make sure.\n\nIt was clear now what I had to do. I dug a hole. I dug a powerful deep hole. I ignored the cries of my brothers, hoping to aid me in my quest - I alone knew how to get to the root of this problem, and they would only hold me back.\n\nI dug until I hit a metal thing in the ground. It made a sort of a click.\n\nAs my brain filled with shrapnel, I wondered to myself - had I sniffed enough butts?\n\nI concluded that no, I had not. All the sniffing of all the butts in all the world would never be enough.\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/cod-ghosts-5-610x343.jpg></html>
I called to them. I shrieked at them. I jumped back and forth while nipping at them. Nothing seemed to affect these phantom poops.\n\nEveryone rallied round me, trying to help, saying things like "you're going to get us all killed!" and "for the love of god, stop!!" These were addressed to the doodie ghosts of course.\n\n[[Better keep barking.]]\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/CALLOFDOGS5.jpg></html>
Brandon Sheffield (@necrosofty)
It was difficult, but I managed to walk on without even peeing on that really interesting bush that maybe a foreign Kyrgyzstani dog had peed on. But I couldn't think of that now. I had to think of the wife and kids back home. What would their butts smell like when I returned? I could only imagine.\n\n<html><img src=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/CALL3.jpg></html>\n\n[[Hey look trees, guys I found some trees.]]
Call of Doggie: Ghosts
They were delicious. But I realized, all too late - they were filled with a dangerous, delicious, brown poison. \n\nI died a chocolate death, as had so many of my brothers before me. But I knew I had protected my team from such a fate befalling them. As I passed into the next plane, I heard the final caring words they said to me - "well, looks like the dog finally fell asleep, haha."\n\n<html><img scr=http://necrosoftgames.com/media/CodDog610.jpg></html>