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wouldn't this apply to the rest of the BB unit and Old Snake? maybe you should sneak a link into those articles too.

P.S please use some categories, even if you put in a stub template it's better than nothing. --Drawde83 19:08, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

Shouldn't be here?

Raiden's loss of memory wasn't caused by PTSD, it was implied to have been altered by the Patriots. He didn't forget everything either, he was well aware he was a former child soldier.

Also, can Snake's nightmare of Shadow Moses really be considered PTSD? I was under the impression it was a much more serious psychological disorder than simply having recurring dreams of past events.

Gray Fox, shouldn't be here either. I'm sure a lot of soldiers have bad memories of things they may have done, but that doesn't mean they suffer from PTSD.

--Bluerock 17:39, July 12, 2010 (UTC)

Ok, if anyone knows a better example as to where PTSD was shown in MGS1, I'll insert it in, as the Gray Fox thing was the closest to PTSD that I could find when researching it. However, the Shadow Moses Dream thing should stay, as Snake implies that the dream was a recurring one. BTW, 72.186.97.84, thanks for your response on Dragonball Wiki. Weedle McHairybug 13:04, July 13, 2010 (UTC)

Well, you don't really need to insert info for the sake of listing an occurence of PTSD in every game. Since there is no explicit mention in MGS1 (that we can think of right now) I went ahead and removed the subheading for the game since it isn't needed. --Bluerock 17:54, July 13, 2010 (UTC)
Dragonball wiki? That wasn't me. Must be some other guy who lives in Florida. I saw some episodes when I was a kid. I was more of a Pokemon fan though. Sad but true. Anyway, I have to agree with you for once. That recurring dream does suggest that Snake has PTSD.--72.186.97.84 19:37, July 13, 2010 (UTC)
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