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This is the story of Treyarch's Zombies mode. The Treyarch Zombies Timeline can be used to view exactly when these events occurred. Please note that the story is ever-changing based on information introduced in each new map.

Aether StoryEdit

In the beginning, there was the Aether and the Keepers. In time, the Keepers used the aether to create the Summoning Key , an item possessing reality-altering properties. However, they also stumbled across the Dark aether during their travels, on the edge of existence. This dark force would corrupt the Keepers experimenting with it. These corrupted Keepers would later be known as, the Apothicons. Among these Keepers was the "sweet and charming" individual who would become the Shadowman. Using the dark aether, the corrupted keepers constructed the aether pyramid, (The MPD ) which had the ability to harness the dark aether. Shortly after its creation, a war in Agartha (the "perfect world") broke out between the two factions. The Apothicons, knowing they were due to lose this war, sent the MPD to a moon in one of the newly discovered realms, known as Earth.

Having lost the war, the Apothicons were trapped and sealed within the dark aether that they so coveted. In time, they began to slowly change from their Keeper forms into hideous, demonic creatures. Interestingly, the Shadowman is the only known Apothicon able to switch from a human form to his Apothicon form. A new plan was enacted, a plan to escape the dark aether and take control of their former home, Agartha. By sending meteors of element 115 through portals into other distant realms, in the hope that the life forms found there would one day use the element to wage war amongst themselves. In doing so, ruptures would be created in space, allowing the Apothicons to escape.

At some point, the Apothicons are finally released from their world and invade Earth. However, the Keepers and a group of 4, mythical knights wielding mystical elemental staffs of power known as Primis aid the kingdom of the enigmatic Wolf King and the Knights Templar step forth to oppose them, so beginning The Great War. Together, the Keepers and the forces of man drive back the Apothicons, sealing the abominations in the dark Aether once more. 

Ultimis StoryEdit

In 1931 Dr. Ludvig Maxis formed Group 935 as an international German-led research team, and emerged as its head scientist. Maxis sought to use a mysterious new element, which he had named Element 115, to improve the human condition by developing advanced technologies, and enlisted Dr. Edward Richtofen as his senior assistant rather than equal partner, much to his chagrin. However, the group's goal immediately detoured due to a lack of funding, and Maxis regretfully turned to making a contract with the Nazi Wunderwaffe Program to use 115 as a power source for deadly new weaponry to help the Axis Powers win the war. Maxis hoped that after the war, the generous funds and Germany's ultimate victory would put Group 935 in a much better position to help the world.[1]

Using a large supply of Element 115 found in meteors, Maxis began a series of tests experimenting with 115 being used to power devices capable of teleportation, called MDTs, at the Der Riese facility in Lower Silesia. While the majority of the tests failed, Richtofen and another 935 scientist, Dr. Schuster, conducted a successful test on their own by teleporting a walnut using a microgram of Element 115. Though Edward assumed it was a sign of progress, Maxis criticized the scientists for failing to work on their assigned experiments, which led Richtofen into thinking that Maxis planned to betray the scientists and claim their work as his own. Despite Maxis' displeasure, Richtofen and Schuster continued their research with the MDT device, and after a month of tests, Richtofen agreed to be teleported himself. But rather than appearing at the test site's mainframe, he arrived within a catacomb on the moon, where a large, triangular device, known as the MPD, was located. After touching the device, Richtofen began hearing a series of voices in his head, unknowingly gaining schizophrenia from the pyramid, before teleporting away from the strange device. Arriving in an exotic shrine in the Himalayan jungles known as Shangri-La, Richtofen remained there for three weeks and learned of a mysterious energy force known as the Vril.[1]

Richtofen soon returned to the Der Riese facility with full knowledge of the MPD and the Vril, and with Schuster and other Group 935 scientists, spent two years at Eagle's Nest transferring equipment and building a top-secret moon base, Griffin Station, to study the device, which he now knew to be a dimensional gateway to the Aether. Placing Schuster and his superior, Dr. Groph, in charge of the facility, Richtofen continued his charade as Maxis' senior assistant, whom he planned to eventually kill to assume control, then enter the Aether using the MPD to take control of its energy. As Groph and Schuster toiled with the device, Maxis and Richtofen began a project to create Wonder Weapons for the Nazi Party. Maxis used a blueprint design created by the Japanese research group Division 9 to create the Ray Gun, while Richtofen used the element to create the Wunderwaffe DG-2, a weapon so deadly even Maxis himself felt uneasy about its mass-production. Nonetheless, he promised Richtofen it would be produced, but his growing attraction with his secretary Sophia prevented him from doing so, infuriating Richtofen.[1]

While other weapons were produced from several Group 935 facilities, such as the Quantum Entanglement Device made by Richtofen and the second generation Ray Gun created by Dr. Porter, Maxis focused his attention on the matter transference devices, hoping to manufacture them to the Wehrmacht, granting German forces easy travel in the war. The initial tests failed, with test subjects either being killed or exposed to Element 115, resulting in their deceased cells being reanimated and becoming unresponsive zombies. However, the first successful test was conducted after a dog had been sent through the device and failed to return to the mainframe. While Maxis believed the MDT experiments to be failures, the Reichstag saw the creation of the zombies as another advantage in the war, forcing Maxis to create a program intended to control them.[2]

During the unsuccessful attempts to control the zombies, Richtofen traveled to a Siberian Group 935 outpost to experiment with 115 on living test subjects, hoping to procure a serum capable of rendering the human mind responsive to commands from another. Using POWs, Richtofen used Red Army sergeant Nikolai Belinski, Imperial Army captain Takeo Masaki, and Mexican soldier Pablo Marinus as subjects in his tests. Through the process, Belinski and Masaki's memories were erased and Marinus was killed, forcing Richtofen to request a replacement test subject. After an American OSS spy, Peter McCain, who was inserted into Group 935 to report all ongoing experiments to his handlers at a Nevada Base, was compromised at the 935 facility in the Wittenau Sanatorium in Pankow, Berlin, a Marine recon team was sent to evacuate him. The team, consisting of Corporal "Tank" Dempsey (the leader of the team), John "Banana", Smokey, and a fourth Marine whose name is unknown, found the site infested with the undead. Their extraction plan quickly failed, leaving Dempsey the only survivor and Richtofen's newest test subject.[3] Peter, having escaped prior their arrival, parachuted into Division 9's Rising Sun facility, where he died trying to land. Meanwhile, an Allied aircraft crashed at an airfield and the survivors were forced to fight against the undead.

Richtofen became suspicious of other OSS operatives in the organization, with Dr. Harvey Yena being one of his suspects. Yena was also present at the Siberian site, developing the Scavenger sniper rifle. Nonetheless, Richtofen continued his work with 115, which yielded interesting results with each test subject: Dempsey acquired severe anger management issues, Nikolai became functionless without some form of alcoholic substance, and Masaki's mind was broken, with him only speaking Japanese proverbs.[3] As Richtofen's research continued, Dr. Groph and Dr. Schuster developed the Wave Gun and continued research with the MPD.

When Richtofen returned to Der Riese, World War II was at an end, resulting in an Allied victory and the collapse of the Third Reich. With 935 no longer funded and a test site overrun, the future looked grim, though Maxis pressed on to improve the human condition.[2] Conducting a sixth test with the MDT, hoping to mass-produce it for public use, Maxis and Richtofen used Fluffy, a German Shepherd which Maxis gave as a present to his daughter Samantha. To their astonishment, she was successfully teleported from teleporter Z-A, spawning an orb of lightning in her place. As this occurred, Samantha arrived at the lab, questioning her father on Fluffy's disappearance. The dog quickly returned through the lightning, with 115 reanimating her deceased cells and turning her into a being known as a Hellhound. As Maxis and his daughter attempted to approach the monster, Richtofen proceeded with his plan by locking them in the teleporter with the former dog, activating its function in an attempt to murder the two.[2]

Unbeknownst to Richtofen, Samantha and Ludvig both entered the MDT and were teleported to separate locations. Samantha arrived at Griffin Station where the MPD awaited open and ready for a human conduit. Terrified from a lack of air, Samantha accidentally ran into the device itself, entering the Aether and gaining control of its energy. Dr. Groph immediately contacted Richtofen and warned him of both father and daughter having survived, and received commands to locate Maxis and bring him to the station to finish him off. Using the MPD's ability to teleport matter, Schuster and Groph teleported Maxis to the base, where they allowed him to speak with Samantha. After promising he loved her, Maxis asked his daughter to use the Aether's powerful energy to destroy Group 935 and anyone daring to continue their dangerous work, which she promised to fulfill. He then proceeded to commit suicide, causing his soul to become conjoined with the computer systems of Griffin Station while Samantha commanded the zombie hordes located at numerous 935 outposts to slaughter anyone involved with the organization.[1]

Richtofen quickly awakens his three test subjects at Der Riese, now overrun with zombies. Having no memory of who they are or who he is, they agree to help him. The group becomes known as Ultimis (Latin for "the last"). Upon realizing that Samantha was in control of the Aether, he devised an alternative plan to gain ultimate power and defeat her — use a Vril-generating device and sufficient supply of 115 to bend life force itself, allowing him to switch his soul with Samantha's and enter the Aether as an all-powerful being. After arriving at the Rising Sun facility to locate his diary, Richtofen discovered the site to be populated by zombies, forcing him and his allies to fend off the hordes. Due to a possibility of being overwhelmed, the four recovered the diary and shortly thereafter, abandoned the site and returned to Der Riese, where Richtofen hoped to use an MDT prototype to arrive at Griffin Station in the same fashion as Samantha to defeat her and assume control over the Aether.

After the MDT was shot with a Wunderwaffe DG-2 charge, it overloaded and ripped through space and time, sending the group into the future to an abandoned theater in Germany, Richtofen dropping his diary in the process. After disappearing from Der Riese, a Russian and American standoff took place, as both forces wanted to salvage the work of Group 935 for the benefit of their own countries, followed by a massacre of the zombie population there. Richtofen's diary was recovered by the Russian forces.

Sometime prior the characters' arrival at the Soviet Cosmodrome, a Russian scientist named Yuri Zavoyski was transferred from Project Mercury to work on sending monkeys into space, much to his dismay. His transfer was caused by his superior, Gersh, who held a grudge against him after the relieving of his duty from Project Mercury. As Gersh is working on Project Mercury, his staff begin work on Project Thunder. Beginning his new work, Yuri begins reading Richtofen's diary, and after doing so, he soon notices a teddy bear and Matryoshka Dolls at random places throughout the facility, causing him to wonder how a child could be let into the station. The child, Samantha, then slowly drives Yuri insane, and in his state of insanity, finishes the Gersh Device. Yuri has Gersh activate it, allowing zombies and Samantha to enter the station and trapping Gersh inside the device. Shortly after, Yuri presumably dies. However, as he was absorbed by the portal, Yuri was teleported to the Pentagon by Samantha to hinder the survival of John F. Kennedy, Robert McNamara, Fidel Castro, and Richard Nixon.

After the events of Kino der Toten, the main characters somehow reached the abandoned Soviet Cosmodrome. The characters then hear Gersh, who tells them that the mechanism must be repaired, referring to the Casimir Mechanism, which must be fixed by completing a series of different tasks. After all the steps are completed and the mechanism is fully repaired, Gersh is freed, leaving Samantha free to be ridden of in the Aether. Richtofen retrieves his diary.

At the same time, John F. Kennedy, Robert McNamara, Fidel Castro, and Richard Nixon are negotiating when zombies break into the Pentagon. They are the only four still alive in the building, and while upon reaching the final level, discover a section of the Pentagon housing numerous devices and artifacts the Americans had salvaged from Der Riese. The four survive in the aftermath.

As they continue fighting at the cosmodrome, Dempsey and Takeo slowly begin to regain their memory. Takeo is the first to remember, and remarks to himself that some day when the group is finished fighting zombies, Richtofen will get what he deserves. Dempsey, on the other hand, is slowly making progress, as he remembers that he'd seen Richtofen before being captured. Takeo notes his shifting memories and believes Dempsey is finally remembering what Richtofen did to him.

In modern day 2011, George A. Romero stumbled upon Group 935's research while making a WWII film. He and the cast took a ship out to the now abandoned lab in Siberia. After he and the movie's crew were zombified by the remains of the ship's crew, only four main actors of the crew: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, Danny Trejo, and Michael Rooker, remained alive. After the Casimir Mechanism was completed in Ascension, Gersh, now in his ethereal form, teleports Ultimis to the Group 935 facility in Siberia, where they were trapped behind a locked door. Richtofen then asked the celebrities to help him obtain the Golden Rod, which they did. Richtofen thanked the group by giving them the Wunderwaffe DG-2 to help them survive against the onslaught. It is unknown what became of the celebrities after helping the group escape to Shangri-La, though some time later, Romero was interviewed, where he recounted his story of how he found the research and how he came to making the film.

Shangri-La, a temple that was once a mining facility for Element 115, however, does not live up to its name, as its inhabitants have all been zombified before the group's arrival. Richtofen now states that this was the last step to controlling the world before he is teleported there. Prior to the group's arrival at Shangri-La, two explorers, Brock and Gary, went on an expedition to prove their theories on Agartha. Brock later figures out that the temple wasn't built by an ancient civilization, but by people in the modern era interpreting it. After investigating the temple, the pair accidentally activated the temple's time travel and died in the resulting zombie attack. The group travels back in time and helps the pair survive. When the group finally creates the Focusing Stone and places it on an altar with Richtofen's name, the two explorers are sent back to the moment they discovered the temple, indicating that they're stuck in a never-ending loop.

Now in possession of both the Golden Rod and the Focusing Stone, Richtofen believes he can now control the zombies.

Ultimis attempts to teleport to the moon, but an Element 115 overload sends the crew to the Pentagon prior to "Five".

Ultimis then teleports to Area 51 from the Pentagon so they can get to the Moon via another teleporter to Griffin Station. When the group reaches Area 51, it is already overrun. Due to the Element 115 on the Moon, astronauts, scientists, and soldiers sent there have been zombified before the group's arrival. Meanwhile, Broken Arrow operatives, including Schuster, begin drilling near the Nevada base in a search for more 115. Their drilling causes a nuke to go off. After this, a group of CDC scientists and CIA agents investigate the ruins of the former nuclear test site in Nevada, where an undead outbreak is already in progress.

Richtofen then has the group complete the MPD. When the device is completed, it opens up to reveal Samantha Maxis, suspended in the air. As it turns out, the device acts like a prison and keeps her cryogenically frozen so she can be used to control the zombies. Richtofen goes to a terminal to power up the Golden Rod and the Focusing Stone, which he fuses together. However, he encounters Dr. Maxis inside the terminal, who tries to stop him. Richtofen switches souls with Samantha to gain control of the zombies. Richtofen finally thinks everything has gone his way, until Takeo, Dempsey, and Nikolai decide to stop him. Dr. Maxis, sensing Richtofen's betrayal, prepared a backup plan in case Richtofen got this far. The remaining members of Ultimis then launched three missiles located on the Moon, one of which impacts the nuclear testing site, destroying the Earth's ozone layer in the hopes that it will sever the link between Earth and the Aether, thereby greatly lessening the damage Richtofen could cause. Unfortunately, the calculations were made in haste, resulting in catastrophic destruction.

The Ultimis crew is later teleported back to the past some time prior to "Five" and Classified with a catatonic Richtofen. Suprised by their arrival, Nikolai, Dempsey and Takeo are sedated and kept in "Hangar" 4 at Groom lake for future 115 testing.

Post-Buried Zombie Richtofen then teleports and time travels to Ultimis Richtofen's catatonic body and remerges his soul with it, waking him up out of the coma.


The missile launch leaves the Earth a post-apocalyptic crumbling wasteland, littered with undead hordes as civilization begins to collapse. As survivors begin to band together to form small human communities and shelters to protect themselves from the now global-undead threat, Maxis realizes the failure of his original plans due to hasty calculations and begins contacting survivors to help him with his "Plan B"; to activate global polarization devices and open a gateway to the Aether, where he would overpower Richtofen and use its energy to heal the Earth. Unbeknownst to his followers, Maxis secretly planned to commandeer the Aether's energy for his own use to open the gateway to Agartha and reunite with Samantha, which would ultimately destroy the Earth and its people.

Richtofen, unsatisfied with his limited power to the undead, planned to activate these polarization devices as well, which would grant him further manipulation of both zombies and humans and mend "the Rift", a direct gateway to Agartha that would eternally damn the soul of Samantha Maxis. Limited to communicate with only those capable of hearing the voices of the Aether, Richtofen began his own plight and quest for unlimited power.

Meanwhile, Marlton Johnson emerges as the sole survivor of the events in the nuclear test site and meets Abigail "Misty" Briarton in an abandoned town where they find two more survivors, Russman and Samuel J. Stuhlinger, who have commandeered a robotic bus they have used for transport. They become known as Victis. There, the four survivors are contacted by Maxis, who reveals the town is a location of a polarization device required for his plans. At the same time, Richtofen contacts Samuel, who has previously eaten zombie flesh resulting in him being able to hear Richtofen, instructing him to foil Maxis' plans by activating the tower in his favor, beginning the race for power between the Germans. They activate the tower for Maxis.

Victis is teleported by Richtofen to a skyscraper in the crumbled city of Shanghai, China in an attempt to still gain control. Maxis regains contact, hoping to gain control of the second tower located there, while Richtofen blackmailed Samuel into helping him acquire the device's power as well, threatening to reveal to his allies his secrets. Every time the group fails to carry out the objective and is killed by the zombie horde, Richtofen would use his power to bring them back, with no memories of having been killed before.

Once the second polarization device had been activated in Maxis' favor, Victis manages to escape the building they were trapped in. Eventually, the group makes it out of the crumbling city of Shanghai and begins a journey through the remains of Europe and Africa to reach the Rift, hoping to find answers about the unseen forces commanding them. In Southern Angola, the group finds a Western town buried underground near the Rift. Maxis once again contacts his allies, imploring them to activate the last tower in his favor. Meanwhile, Samuel was tasked for the same objective by Richtofen, as it was also the last tower he needed to mend the Rift and gain his unlimited power.

If the player decides to follow Maxis' Easter Eggs in all three maps and polarize the towers in his favor, a portal to the Aether will open and allow Maxis to become the controller of the zombies and the dimension's energies. He will then proceed with his plans to open Agartha (revealing himself to be just as evil as Richtofen, and announcing that in the process he will destroy the Earth and its surviving inhabitants) and reunite himself with his daughter, Samantha, after returning Richtofen to the physical world spawned as a blue-eyed zombie.

If the player decides to follow Richtofen's Easter Eggs in all three maps and polarize the towers in his favor, the Rift will be mended, eternally damning Samantha to Agartha and allowing Richtofen to retrieve full manipulation of the Aether's energies. With the Earth as his personal playground and Maxis to cease his very existence, Richtofen is now able to leave the Aether at will and uses the body of Samuel Stuhlinger as his physical host.

After Maxis gains control, he plucks Samantha from Richtofen's body, where she resides with him in Agartha. After witnessing her father's corruption by the Dark Aether, a temporal rift opens to an alternate timeline in 1918 in Dimension 63 where Samantha reaches out to the Maxis of that timeline. In this timeline, in the midst of World War I, the German research organization known as Group 935 are tasked with creating powerful new weaponry to ensure victory for the Central Powers.

Primis CycleEdit

During September of 1917, Dr. Ludvig Maxis and his partner Dr. Edward Richtofen lead an archaeological excavation into the trenches of northern France after Maxis promises Group 935's leaders that this is the location of an unknown and enigmatic new element. The excavation not only discovers this new element but also uncovers an ancient and mysterious ruin beneath the battlefield. Dr. Maxis classifies the new element as number 115 on the periodic table of elements. The group plans to use Element 115 as a power source for new weaponry in the Wonder Weapon program. At the excavation site, Group 935 installs a series of conversion generators that utilize element 115 to create localized energy fields. To their surprise the energy fields act like portals and begin to materialize advanced machinery of indeterminate origin, leading Maxis to surmise that the conversion of element 115 is somehow capable of creating a crease or tear in space and time.

As the excavation continues, Group 935 discover more wonders such as an ancient box capable of delivering weapons from various time periods, further confirming Maxis' suspicion that Element 115 has time-altering properties. Dr. Richtofen takes part in the creation of at least four giant mechanical humanoids whose creation is only possible due to the use of Element 115 as a power source. Group 935 plans to deliver these to the German Army for use in battle.

It is at this time Richtofen notices Maxis start to show signs of paranoia and mental psychosis. The symptoms worsen as Maxis begins to hear the voice of Samantha, who claims not only to be his daughter but also that she is trapped in a realm known as Agartha and needs his help to escape. Due to Samantha's constant interference with their work, Richtofen fears for his friend Maxis' safety and grows to despise Samantha.

Meanwhile, the excavation in Northern France unearths a sealed main chamber within the ancient ruins. All attempts to open this chamber are unsuccessful until, purely by chance, one of the workers sets up a gramophone for entertainment. When the gramophone begins to play music, the chamber seal opens revealing cryptic writing on the walls. The excavation site's exposure to Element 115 begins. Meanwhile, Maxis studies the writing and learns of an ancient race and their ability to create powerful devices such as an 'Amplification Rod' and 'Elemental Stones'. According to the writing, the Amplification Rod is capable of harnessing energy from the Elemental Stones. The excavation group has found neither the rod nor the stones so Maxis instructs Richtofen to create four replica rods or 'Elemental Staffs' while continuing to search for the original devices. 

When presenting the idea, Richtofen began to question Maxis' actions, believing the Amplification Rod to be a myth. Convinced of his insanity, he planned to report his mental instability to Group 935's leaders, while Samantha began to communicate more frequently with Maxis, now attempting to convince him of her being his future daughter. One night, as a team of soldiers were installing more generators, they reported seeing strange and ancient figures emerging from the mound and finding many of the men dead or missing by morning. As more figures emerged, now revealed to be ancient Knights from the Great War reanimated by Element 115's powers, the test site slowly became infected by the creatures, with Maxis himself slowly turning.

The reports of the creatures provoked the United States to send Tank Dempsey to the test site to investigate the group's work, and acquire Dr. Richtofen as a H.V.T. Meanwhile, civil war-torn Russia did the same, believing the Germans had been gearing up to unleash a dangerous new weapon and sent Nikolai Belinski to undertake the mission. The Emperor, wishing to seize the German weaponry for Japan, sends Takeo Masaki. As the three soldiers made their way to the site, Richtofen attempted to preserve Maxis' mind and prevent it from succumbing to the disease, and removed his brain. Primis is reunited.

Eventually, the four heroes meet and agree to put aside their country's allegiances to band together and survive the zombie attack and Group 935's mechanical robots, while being contacted by Samantha in the midst of battle begging to be released from Agartha. While Tank, Nikolai, and Takeo agreed to help, Richtofen focused on creating a makeshift quadrotor drone using Maxis' brain, allowing him to live temporarily until a human body could be provided. The four are able to open a portal to Agartha beneath the ruins, allowing Maxis to meet his future daughter and Samantha to be freed from controlling the zombies. The zombie outbreak was contained.

Another alternate universe is shown, where Samantha Maxis and a boy named Eddie (under the care of Samantha's father, Dr. Ludvig Maxis) is casually playing a game of "zombies", as if fictionalizing all of the past events that occurred, making it seem like it was all just one big game. Samantha is seen narrating the ending of the Origins story referencing the end of all her and the world's problems making it seem like the Zombies storyline was nothing more but a fictionalized story. A story created to scare children. Eddie argues that the zombie's eyes should be blue, and says that Samantha doesn't know how to play right. All of a sudden sirens are heard in the background. Dr. Maxis tells them to lock the windows and go into the basement, Samantha tells Eddie that he can make the rules next time. Eddie hesitantly says: "I wish the heroes in our stories were real, Sam." Then Samantha replies, "Don't worry, my father has a plan."

Over the course of the next two years in the Origins timeline, Richtofen studied the concept of alternate timelines, and learned about the force of the Ancient Evil:The Apothicons, who controls the undead, and how Element 115 connects all dimensions together. He takes a particular interest in the universe where the children (Samantha and Eddie) live in, and seeks to protect them. Richtofen discovers something called the 'Kronorium', granting him knowledge on an artifact called the Summoning Key, which resides in yet another dimension.

The alternate timeline where the Summoning Key exists is in the 1940s in the fictional city of Morg City. Simultaneously, four individuals who have come to reside in the dimension; Nero BlackstoneJessica RoseJack Vincent and Floyd Campbell have defended the Key from Keepers, whilst following the Shadow Man. Richtofen enters right after the four defeat a giant Apothicon tentacled monster. He rushes in, takes the Key which the Keepers were giving the four, thanks the four for their efforts and rushes off. The Apothicons destroy Dimension 63.

Now in possession of the artifact, Richtofen travels to an alternate timeline to kill an Ultimis Richtofen. In this timeline, only moments after the original Richtofen trapped Maxis and Samantha inside a teleporter with Fluffy, Primis Dempsey, Nikolai and Takeo attempt to stop Ultimis Richtofen, and join him in this timeline. The three confront the WWII Richtofen, telling him that there is a chain of events that must be carried out and prompt him to awaken the Ultimis version of themselves. As the zombie horde approach them from outside, Ultimis Richtofen ignores the three's warning and turns on the teleporter, only to find the Primis Richtofen inside it. The young Richtofen, who had just acquired the Summoning Key from Morg City, then shoots the Ultimis Richtofen in the head, killing him instantly. This event causes fractures in space and time. While the group expresses disappointment in Richtofen for tampering with history, he defends his action, believing that what he does will be for a better tomorrow. The four characters band together within the Der Riese facility in order to survive the undead horde to progress through their mission. They light up a beacon within the facility, enabling the Origins timeline's Maxis to know where and when they are. Over the course of the mission, the Primis characters' personality begin to merge with those of their Ultimis counterparts: Dempsey becomes more aggressive as well as loud-mouthed, Nikolai becomes slightly less intelligent and is more obsessed with drinking, Takeo constantly speaks using Japanese proverbs, and Richtofen shows signs of schizophrenia.

Using a Giant Robot at Der Riese, the four characters then pursue a Group 935 truck, carrying a cryostasis pod containing the original Dempsey. The robot, however, is shot down by a rocket, forcing the four to continue on foot. They reach a gondola station, which takes them up to Griffin Castle a.k.a. Eagle's Nest, where massive deposits of Element 115 have been recently discovered. However, the four were too late to stop the original Dempsey from being sent towards Griffin Station on a rocket. As they carry on with their mission, Richtofen then poses as his original self in an attempt to fool Doctor Groph, who becomes suspicious of Richtofen's abnormal behavior. Eventually, the group redirects the rocket containing original Dempsey's pod to hit the castle courtyard. In retaliation, Groph then activates a failsafe, preventing them from tampering with the pod. Richtofen then instructs them to activate the MPD by temporarily displacing it from Griffin Station to the castle. After battling a Keeper corrupted by Group 935, the four unleash a barrage of missiles toward the moon, destroying it along with all Group 935 members within Griffin Station. As they approach the original Dempsey's pod, Richtofen reveals his plan to eliminate their original counterparts and absorb their souls into the Summoning Key. Dempsey, though initially resentful of the idea, agrees to the plan, and takes it upon himself to disable the pod's life support system, ending the life of the original Dempsey. With the original Dempsey dead, Richtofen uses the Summoning Key to capture and preserve the soul of the original Dempsey. With that done, his goal at Griffin Castle is completed.

After the mission at Griffin Castle, the four somehow teleport to an alternate version of the Ultimis timeline, arriving on board a Japanese ship in the Pacific ocean, eventually being taken hostage once the crew of Division 9 soldiers discover the stowaways. A Japanese Officer interrogates the four as he holds the Summoning Key in his hand. Suddenly, a massive wave strikes the ship, sending everyone off their balance. A brief fight then ensues on the ship as the officer drops the Summoning Key, resulting in his brutal murder at hands of Takeo. As the Summoning Key rolls towards the side of the ship, Takeo catches it at the last second, much to the other relief, however, a fire on board the ship forces the four to jump overboard as the ship explodes. The four eventually are forced to swim to a nearby island seen in the distance as the ship behind them sinks to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. The island, which also houses a Division 9 facility, had been exposed to various Element 115 experiments, resulting in mutated animal and plant life of various kinds. As they dive deeper into the facility, they discover a giant Thrasher, locked within a cell. After a long ensuing battle with the undead horde, the group destroys the Thrasher, which is revealed to be a mutated form of the Ultimis Takeo. Conversing with his older self, the young Takeo is then shocked by the revelation that it was the Emperor who sent him here to be tortured and experimented on. He then resolves himself and offers the WW2 Takeo a chance for redemption. The WW2 Takeo then commits seppuku, with the young Takeo acting as his kaishakunin. Having absorbed his soul into the Summoning Key, Richtofen then teleports the group to a laboratory under Alcatraz prison to accumulate blood vials from the Victis crew, who has arrived at the laboratory after stealing the Kronorium from an empty Earth in another dimension. Victis is preserved in stasis chambers for further use. 

Following the demise of the Ultimis Takeo at the Division 9 facility and picking up the blood vials at Alcatraz , the four travel to a war-torn Stalingrad, in another fractured timeline of the Original Timeline, during a massive battle between several Group 935 controlled Dragons and Russian Giant Robots in search for the Ultimis Nikolai Belinski. Eventually, the crew are teleported through a portal in the sky to Russia, free falling until Dempsey notices that a soldier has a parachute. Dempsey pulls the reserve on the chute and slows the Origins' crews descent. However, Nikolai notices a massive dragon that flies toward a lone mech, and upon inspecting the dragon's target, finds the mech to be piloted by none other than the Ultimis Nikolai Belinski. Upon noticing the crew, the original Nikolai attempts to kill them, but is thrown into a building by the dragon before he can fire any munitions. Later, when encountering the Origins characters, questions who they are and if they can help him.

Eventually, the Origins crew reach Sophia, who has somehow turned into an A.I.. She asks them to perform a number of tasks before a master password can be typed in, prompting the young four to complete the Ascension protocol. As they continue to follow Sohpia's instructions, they find Gersh, who recognizes them, yet knows they are not the same versions who freed him. The origins characters then trick Gersh into entering the systems of Sophia to extract information from him. Later, a voice contacts the four, stating that he's "Seen their misdeeds". As Origins crew continue fighting, the mysterious voice asks them to fix the universe as they are partially responsible for its fracture. Soon enough, the origins versions of the crew reach the original timeline Nikolai, who makes a temporary truce with them to kill the dragon. However, upon the alpha dragon's death and the four asking Nikolai to surrender, he turns on them and attempts to kill them. Nevertheless, the origins crew defeat the original timeline Nikolai, who is then approached by his Origins version. Asking if he will "kill him now" in a drunken stupor, the Origins Timeline Nikolai apologizes, stating he wishes there was another way and remarks he suffers the same pain as his older counterpart. Continuing, he explains further that obsession with alcohol was simply to hide agonizing memories; his first wife was killed in an air raid, revealing that Nikolai had always lied about his uncaring attitude towards women, and what drove him to have multiple wives. In a fit of rage, the original Nikolai fires upon his younger self with a pistol. However, the shot hits him on his armored shoulder, causing no damage. In retaliation, the Origins Nikolai responds by killing his original self with his shotgun, allowing Richtofen to then collect his soul.

With all four souls collected, Richtofen sends the original Nikolai, Takeo, and Dempsey towards the sky with a beacon from the Summoning Key, claiming that the crew will see Maxis soon. Later, the unknown voice from before contacts Dempsey, Nikolai and Takeo, stating that Richtofen can't hear him, and congratulates them on completing their campaign. He then clarifies that they will arrive at "The House" soon, his domain. The disembodied voice also states he'd spent years looking for just the right versions of them to "close off the dimensions", suggesting that the versions of the characters collected were a plausible reason for the universe's disorder, and the fates of the other incarnations in other realms, besides his dominion, had all been erased at this point. Finally revealing his name as Dr Monty, the voice finally expresses his distrust of Richtofen, reasoning he has been in "The House for ages", and that the others shouldn't trust him.

We find out that when Richtofen sends the souls to Maxis, they are turned into a child version to be safe in the house. Maxis's body was able to be taken over by the Shadow Man in the house because when the Maxis Drone is sent to the house in Origins, he only gets a brain, not a soul, therefore the Shadow Man is able to contact him and use Maxis to get out of the Summoning Key.

Finally, Richtofen and the others teleport to the universe where the children exist, revealed to be a perfect world. The children Samantha, Eddie, and child versions of Dempsey, Takeo and Nikolai, residing in the house as a result of Richtofen collecting the souls, play with their toys as an air siren sounds. Meanwhile in the basement, Richtofen, Takeo, Nikolai and Dempsey exit the teleporter to meet Maxis, who then proceeds to destroy the teleporter with the help of Richtofen. Sometime later, Maxis becomes overwhelmed by a voice begging for help, influencing him to reach out for the Summoning Key, which ultimately releases the Shadowman into the dimension, who in turn captures Maxis within the Summoning Key. The Shadow Man then begins the process of corrupting the dimension by allowing the Apothicons into it, wreaking havoc across the dimension. Nonetheless, the four Origins characters manage to defeat the Shadowman by shooting him into the mouth of an Apothicon statue which crushes the Shadowman, killing him. Finally, Sophia and Maxis sacrifice themselves to preserve the area. Afterward, the Origins characters are sent back to 1292 where The Great War between humanity and the Apothicons begins, re-becoming Primis and are regarded as conquering heroes, ultimately creating a loop in time.

Breaking the Primis CycleEdit

Mob of the DeadEdit

In the 1930's Prohibition-era America, mob boss Salvatore DeLuca built a large empire from gambling, prostitution, and the distribution of alcohol. However, he was eventually arrested by the police, along with fellow mobsters Billy Handsome, Michael "Finn" O'Leary and Albert "The Weasel" Arlington. Imprisoned on Alcatraz Island, they were to serve hefty sentences for their crimes.[4]

Arlington; however, devised a plan to escape the island on a makeshift aircraft of his own design. He somehow convinced Sal, Billy, and Finn to participate in the escape plan, but soon enough, the joint effort between them descended into quarrels and in-fighting, and, after numerous complications, the three mobsters became hostile toward Arlington. The plan was quickly abandoned, and the plane was never constructed, much to the frustration of the mobsters.[5]

Still angry at Arlington for the failure of the plan, Sal, Billy and Finn constructed makeshift weapons and lured Arlington onto the roof of the prison, where they attacked and left him to bleed to death, on the night of December 31st, 1933.[5]

For the murder of Arlington, the three were sentenced to death by electric chair. Their execution came on the morning of January 19th, 1934.[5]

However, after their death sentence, the group were sent back in time to the night of December 31st, 1933, in an alternate iteration of Alcatraz Prison, inhabited entirely by zombies and a guard by the name of Brutus. With no memory of Arlington's murder or the failure of the escape plan, they set out to build Arlington's plane and make an attempt at freedom. Their escape fails after they crash on the Golden Gate Bridge. Eventually, the four mobsters are killed by zombies, reappearing in the prison with no memory of their previous endeavor, and soon attempt to build the plane again. This results in the mobsters being stuck in an endless loop, with the notion of escape an impossibility.

With no escape, the mobsters try something else. They learn that, in reality, they are all dead, and their escape plan never came to be. Remembering everything, the mobsters once again set out to kill Arlington.

If Sal, Billy and Finn kill Arlington, the "cycle continues", with the mobsters dying and returning to Alcatraz, and only Weasel having any memory of what happened before.

If Arlington successfully defeats Sal, Billy and Finn, the "cycle is broken", leaving Arlington free to escape the bridge as the only mobster left.

Blood of the DeadEdit

Upon arriving at Mob of the Dead, the Primis crew arrives farther than they intended, and they make their way to a laboratory on the west side of Alcatraz Island. Pre-Shadows of Evil Richtofen is seen reading the Kronorium, waiting for Primis's arrival in the lab. He states that they are late and greets his other self. He then proceeds to pick up three pairs of blood vials from the table and hands them to the Post-Zetsubou no Shima Richtofen. He then hands over the blood vials to Dempsey. Hastily, the lone Richthofen gives his counterpart the Kronorium and strongly advises him to read it again. Primis Richtofen starts to read through the Kronorium in confusion while the other Richtofen leaves through a rift. Primis leaves the Lab and returns to the cell block to escape through a new rift. This is prevented by Brutus who destroys the rift before the crew can leave. Richtofen realizes that they are now trapped in purgatory. While exploring Alcatraz the Primis uncovered a secret ritual room in the wardens house. They try to use the wardens body as a conductor for the summon key to open a portal but get attacked and knocked out by Brutus, who locks each of them in a jail cell. Brutus explains that he knows that the amount of aether in their blood (as a result of using 115 portals and teleporters) can be used to open a portal for the shadow man and his Apothicons. Soon afterwards the ghosts of Sal,Billy and Finn, masked as a seagull, help Primis escape to the lab where a fifth cryogenic pod and a staircase is revealed. Primis starts the thawing process and escape up the stairs to a courtyard behind the lab. Pre-Gorod Krovi Richtofen fuels the Dark Mechanism with his blood to open four portals. Meanwhile, the fifth cryogenic pod opens, releasing Post-Revelations Richtofen from the previous Primis Cycle who was sent back in time before Origins. Using the fire staff crystal, Richtofen kills the warden and releases all the trapped spirts of Alcatraz. Soon after post-revelations Richtofen gives Nikolai the Kronorium and tells him that he must keep his soul to defeat Doctor Monty. They leave through four different portals and pre-Gorod Krovi Richtofen is left to die.

Alpha OmegaEdit

Camp Edward

Chaos StoryEdit

For millennia, the Earth was filled with Prima Materia, the first matter, the raw chaos. The resource was plentiful, humanity mined deep into the Earth to recover it. With it, ancient rulers, kings, priests and emperors created powerful and prospering civilizations. But the power of Prima Materia consumed them, their benevolence turned to greed and they stopped caring for their people. One by one, their civilizations fell, and wars were waged. Thus, the Prima Materia was extinguished. But humanity found a way to create an endless supply of this first matter. This knowledge was deemed too dangerous and that mankind couldn’t be trusted. Men of science, philosophy and reason came together to protect and keep that knowledge safe. They were known as the Nine.

Their collection of knowledge grew as mankind progressed. Each new discovery made was secured by the Nine to preserve it from humanity. Over the centuries, their collection became legend and mankind’s ultimate pursuit.

But the Nine were mortals and as such were affected by their thoughts and beliefs. Once, they decided to release their knowledge to the world as a beacon of humanity’s intelligence and potential. Wars were fought. The Nine took their knowledge and hid it once again from mankind. But they believed that among all humanity, some people were worthy of their knowledge. They came to create the Sentinel Artifacts, based around the different mythologies known to man.

During the 19th century, Alistair Rhodes, a wealthy British adventurer, bought a country estate in Hampshire, England after he learnt about Druid ruins on the land and renamed it Rhodes Manor. At the end of the century, Alistair brought his young daughter, Scarlett to a museum where he asked her to watch for anybody observing them while he was looking for an item. Unfortunately, policemen arrived, and Alistair was arrested. Scarlett was separated from her father and grew up with relatives, in care homes or amongst nuns. She never saw her father again for the next 15 years.

In 1909, hundreds of dissident members of the Rosicrucian Order in England created a new cult under the leadership of the High Priest of Chaos. The goal of this new Order is to force mankind to evolve by acquiring the Sentinel Artifacts and accessing the knowledge of the Nine. Alistair, who has learned about this new order and judging their intentions as nefarious, started his journey to access the knowledge of the Nine and empower humanity with it.

The following year, in September 1910, Alistair traveled to Morocco to meet Bruno Delacroix, a former enforcer of a criminal gang in the Paris underworld who joined the French Foreign Legion after the attempted assassination of Michel Depardieu which resulted with the death of his child and a bounty on Bruno’s head from his former boss, named Lebeau. Alistair explained to Bruno that his former associates stole an object he’s looking for and that they should not be allowed to have nor their employers, the newly formed Order. Bruno agreed to assist Alistair and the two traveled to Constantinople, the capital of the Ottoman Empire. They ambushed the convoy and stole a large wooden box before driving to the Basilica Cistern with the rest of the criminal gang hunting them. After arriving to the cistern, Alistair revealed that the wooden box contained the object he was looking for, the Scepter of Ra. Alistair needed the Scepter to reveal a map hidden inside the cistern pointing to Angkor Wat in the French Protectorate of Cambodia. Unfortunately for the duo, the gang found them and Lebeau ordered the members to storm the cistern to get the Scepter back before the arrival of the Order. Bruno managed to kill the gang members, but Alistair was captured by Lebeau. Bruno rushed to Lebeau to save Alistair and took several bullets in the chest but managed to crush his skull with his bare hand, killing him. Bruno succumbed to his injuries only to be revived by Alistair with the Scepter of Ra. Breathing again, Bruno swore to help Alistair whenever he needs him.

Only one gang member survived the encounter. When he got out of the cistern, the High Priest and several cultists were waiting for him. After learning that the Scepter of Ra has been stolen from the gang, the High Priest and the cultists stabbed him to death.

Several months after the event, in March 1911, Alistair met with Stanton Shaw in the city of Siem Reap in the French Protectorate of Cambodia. Shaw is close friend of Alistair and a chemist who was so obsessed with his work that his wife left him and took their children with her. Alistair was trying to convince Shaw to help him on his journey when German soldiers captured Shaw. The German officer told Shaw that the gas they used based on his formula leaked through the containers killing 147 men although Shaw claimed it would be perfectly safe during transport. Shaw was saved from being executed thanks to Alistair who promised to give the officer the greatest weapon the world has ever seen with the help of Shaw. They traveled to Angkor Wat where Shaw decoded symbols on a wall and learned about Prima Materia sealed behind it. The soldiers managed to enter the hidden room and found a small jar on an altar. Upon opening it, Prima Materia was released into the air and attacked the officer and the rest of the soldiers turning them into zombies. Alistair and Shaw fled through the temple while being pursued by the zombies. While fleeing, Shaw managed to create an explosive powerful enough to collapse the tunnel after them. The explosion, however, was so powerful that a part of the temple collapsed almost killing the duo. Later, they recalled what happened and Alistair confessed to Shaw he was never there for the Prima Materia and was glad that thanks to the explosion the Order was denied any information about it. Alistair told Shaw that he’ll need him again one day before leaving. Unbeknownst to Alistair, the High Priest was following him.

Sometimes after, Alistair found out the Norse Artifact was in the Natural History Museum in London and was about to be moved to a private collection in the Harvard University in the United States the next year, in 1912. Alistair also discovered the key for the Artifact in a magazine featuring a Mexican spy named Diego Necalli with the key around his neck. After learning Diego was willing to meet Alistair, Alistair’s butler, Godfrey, made the travel arrangements.

Alistair and Diego met in a saloon in Ciudad Juárez during the Mexican Revolution. Alistair told Diego he was looking for the greatest power mankind has ever known and that he needed his medallion. Diego replied his medallion was a family heirloom and recounted that his mother told him it was part of something bigger that needed to be protected, to be kept safe. He refused to give it to Alistair before the two men were interrupted by the High Priest and members of the Order, wearing normal clothes instead of their ceremonial dress, who were also looking for the key. A fight broke out and Diego was knocked unconscious while Alistair was captured by the Order. Alistair managed to steal a revolver from one of the cultists before being saved by Diego and the two men escaped using a carriage. Diego finally agreed to give his medallion to Alistair, hoping to have it returned one day, before telling him to leave the city for his safety. Although they couldn’t get the medallion, the Order was able to find Scarlett.

Fearing for his life and believing she is strong enough to overcome what is to come, Alistair wrote a letter to Scarlett where he explained his travels and the Order’s intentions. He sent the letter with a package containing the key for the Norse Artifact as well as tickets for the RMS Titanic. Upon receiving the letter, Scarlett left for Rhodes Manor.

In the evening of March 20th, 1912, Alistair Rhodes invited dozens of friends and relations in Rhodes Manor. Before the guests arrived, Godfrey knocked out Alistair and locked him in the wine cellar. Godfrey fell under the influence of the Order after being killed and revived with the Scepter of Ra with a red mark appearing on his forehead. During the party, Scarlett arrived at Rhodes Manor only to be fend off by Godfrey and pursued by the High Priest and his cultists into the forest nearby. Inside the Manor, Godfrey, still under the influence of the Order, started drawing glyphs on the ground before being approached by some of Alistair’s guests, Gideon Jones, Christina Fowler and Jonathan Warwick. At the same time, members of the Order activated the Celtic Artifact, which was in the possession of Alistair Rhodes, starting the trial and releasing Prima Materia into the Manor turning all the guests into zombies. Only Godfrey and the three other guests were saved from the Prima Materia thanks to the glyphs.

Outside of the Manor, Scarlett led the High Priest and the cultists in the woods where she killed several cultists. She was briefly subdued by the High Priest but managed to kill him. He warned her that she can’t stop them and more will come. Scarlett entered Rhodes Manor only to find the guests, who were changed back to normal, were killed by the Order. She took a revolver and started looking for her father.

With the trial completed and the Shadow Werewolf killed, a vision of the Norse Artifact appeared inside the Manor. At the same moment, the red mark appeared on Godfrey’s forehead and he killed Gideon, Christina and Jonathan, calling them unworthy before ordering the rest of the cultists to load Alistair into a car and leave. Scarlett shot Godfrey in the back and asked him where Alistair Rhodes was. Godfrey told her she was too late and can’t stop what was to come. During the confrontation, a fire broke out and soon the all Manor was on fire. Scarlett jumped in a car and pursued the cultists. Unfortunately, her car broke during the pursuit and crashed on the side of the road. Alistair was then loaded into a plane before it took off.

In the following month, Scarlett contacted Bruno Delacroix, Stanton Shaw and Diego Necalli as they were the only people her father trusted to help her if he was captured by the Order. On April 10th, 1912, the four met in Southampton where Scarlett explained to them what happened that night and what they’ll have to do, steal the Norse Artifact. They all agreed to help her find her father and the group embarked on the Titanic.

During the night of April 14th, 1912, the group started their plan to steal the Norse Artifact. Diego charmed one of the passengers, Lady McKendrick, and stole the key to the millionaire suit where Bruno and Shaw sent a gas into the cargo room using the pneumatic tubes in the suit. Once the guard was knocked out, Scarlett entered the room and using a device of her own invention to open the safe where the Artifact was kept. Unfortunately, the plan didn’t go as planned when a cultist, bearing the red mark on his forehead, stole the Artifact from Scarlett and took the medallion. While trying to flee, he was stopped by Bruno, Shaw and Diego who regrouped with Scarlett. Surrounded, the cultist activated the Norse Artifact but was kicked out of the protective circle by Scarlett and turned into a zombie like the rest of the passengers and crew. Soon after, the Titanic struck a massive iceberg allowing water to seep in. The team proceeded to complete the trial and beat the Eye of Malice and Despair. After the trial was completed, all the passengers and the crew turned back to normal and a vision of a doorway surrounded by two snake heads appeared in the cargo hold. Soon after, the Titanic started sinking and Scarlett, Bruno, Shaw and Diego took a lifeboat. While they were waiting for rescue, Shaw recalled having seen the doorway before only in books, it was in Delphi. A red mark appeared on Bruno’s forehead.

In the following days, the team traveled to Delphi in the Kingdom of Greece and ventured in a cave where they found a sealed door. The voice of an Oracle invited them to breathe the vapors to find the knowledge they were seeking but warned them it was not intended for mortal man.

Upon breathing the vapors, the team was transported across millennia and woke up in an ancient coliseum during what it seems antiquity. They watched the High Priest of Chaos activating the Egyptian Artifact in front of hundreds of cultists, all spared by the Prima Materia. The High Priest were forcing slaves to complete the trial for him, and Scarlett, Shaw, Diego and Bruno were the next contenders. The team completed the trial, beat the Guardian, an elephant named Fury, and Wrath, the Champion of the Nine, another elephant. Once the trial was completed, a portal appeared with the word "Poseidon". Upon reaching his hand into the portal, the High Priest was attacked by Prima Materia only to be saved by the glyphs under his mask. Scarlett ordered the High Priest to grant them clemency as dictated in the Novum Ignotum proclamation, but the High Priest ordered his cultists to behead them.

After awakening from the hallucination, Scarlett immediately went towards a gate near them, placing her hand upon ancient symbols to open the gate. As the gate opened, it revealed a tunnel, revealing the great and ancient city of Delphi. Noticing the ropes to climb down to the city, the crew realized that they were not the first to tread upon this city. Whilst inside the city, they are led by the Oracle to the Temple of Apollo, where it is revealed that she is imprisoned within the city. She proclaims that like her, Scarlett's father, Alistair is trapped in Delphi as well.

Whilst on their journey, the crew encounters the demigod Perseus, who has been transformed by Prima Materia into the Zombie Warlord. The Oracle explains that Perseus is the one responsible for imprisoning her within the city. While uncovering some runes, Bruno is taken over by his Dark-self, and kills Shaw. Shaw is subsequently revived by Bruno using the Sceptre of Ra, allowing the Order to take control of Shaw. Soon, the crew confront the Zombie Warlord, who takes control of Pegasus by striking him with his sword. After killing both Pegasus and Perseus, the crew returns to the Temple of Apollo to free the Oracle. Diego, Bruno, and Shaw discover that Alistair is indeed in Delphi, but not as they expected. Alistair, alongside 2 members of the Order, were transformed to stone by the Oracle. At this point, Diego realizes the true intent of the Oracle, and rushes to save Scarlett. As Scarlett frees the dying Oracle, the Oracle gazes into Scarlett, puting her into a trance. She then kisses her, which gives the Oracle knowledge of modern history. Diego confronts the Oracle, who reveals herself as Medusa. She attempts to attack him, but he drags Scarlett behind a pillar, hiding the both of them. As Medusa puts on the mask of one of the fallen cultists, she proclaims that she will access the Library of the Nine, and claim dominion of the Earth. 


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  3. 3.0 3.1 Call of the Dead/Radios
  4. Mob of the Dead Trailer
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Mob of the Dead/Audio Logs
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