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Find detailed 'Black Ops 2' custom emblems with 'Call of Duty Playercards'

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In recent “Call of Duty” titles, players have been given the ability to create customized emblems from an intuitive emblem creator from within the game. With this feature being used in the recently released “Black Ops 2,” we have already seen quite a few artistic and creative emblems within the game. Grabbing hold of the emblem creator from within “Black Ops 2,” a new website has decided to take interest in this feature.

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Today, we were contacted by a fan of “Black Ops 2” that has come up with the brilliant idea of creating a website based on gathering highly detailed custom emblems for “Black Ops 2.” The website in reference is entitled “Call of Duty Playercards,” which has the goal of obtaining high-quality tutorials for emblems created within the game.

This website simply brings together the best tutorials found on Youtube for creating “Black Ops 2” emblems. Currently, this website provides a large selection of emblems that range from Pikachu, the Joker, Bubbles, Sweet Tooth, to Goku. For fans that are interested in viewing a few of these custom emblems, you can take a look at the slide-show above this article.

http://www.codplayercards.com/

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