Can someone explain the zombie mode in black ops?

Question by RastaFerrari: Can someone explain the zombie mode in black ops?
In black ops and black ops 2. What’s the story behind it? How did the people turn to zombies?

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Answer by Beep Beep Meow
The story is that there are zombies and you need to kill them. Zombie mode was always sort of a joke mode from World at War that they brought over because it was popular.

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  1. Daniel Parlaman says:

    Alright so, it begins in World at War.All I know off the top of my head is that the Doc was experimenting with element 115.If you want to read the whole story, the whole thing is here:

    Here is a pull from the wiki:
    Dr. Ludvig Maxis, the leader of a German organization Group 935, and Group 935 itself, was tasked with creating an army of super soldiers and new technology for the German government in the late 30s/early 40s. In his experiments, Maxis used Element 115 supplied from a meteorite in the Pacific to make more of the zombies. The zombies, however, couldn’t be controlled, would feel no pain, and would always be killed when they went berserk.
    While this was going on, Maxis’ senior assistant Dr. Edward Richtofen was testing Element 115 on living test subjects to create his super soldiers at a Siberian facility. In his experiments, Richtofen used Takeo Masaki, Nikolai Belinski, and an unknown Mexican. When Richtofen accidentally killed the Mexican, he replaced him with Tank Dempsey. Dempsey was the leader of a Marine Recon team, that was sent in to to rescue Dr. Peter McCain, an OSS spy sent to infiltrate Group 935. The recon team had to traverse from a German airfield and find McCain in the Wittenau Sanatorium, in Berlin. The team was killed by zombies, and Dempsey was the only survivor of the mission. He was then captured and tested upon by Richtofen as a replacement for the Mexican. After Dempsey’s attempted infiltration, Peter McCain and all other American members of Group 935 were killed to avoid any chance of spies. The testing affected each of the subjects’ minds, making Dempsey extremely aggressive, quieting Takeo into only reciting Japanese proverbs, and making Nikolai functionless without vodka. It also had the side effect of erasing their recent memories, making them forget how Richtofen captured them and what he did to them.

    Maxis also invented 115-powered teleporters, but they would always destroy anything sent through them. All of these experiments were done with his assistant, Dr. Richtofen. Without Maxis, Richtofen and another Group 935 member Dr. Schuster would complete the first successful teleportation with a walnut using a very small amount of Element 115. When Maxis found out about this, he criticized Richtofen for not working on his project and sarcastically said that teleporting a walnut was not a big deal. Maxis then told Richtofen that he was going to make a deal with the Nazi party for funding and equipment in exchange for weapons. These new weapons Group 935 created were also powered by Element 115. Maxis promised to mass-produce the Wunderwaffe DG-2 that Richtofen had created to his superiors, but his growing infatuation with Sophia slowed his progress and infuriated Richtofen, who was secretly plotting to overthrow him and take control of Group 935. Richtofen continued his teleporter tests with Schuster behind Maxis’ back. Richtofen was the first human test subject and was first sent to the M.P.D., on the Moon, which he believed to be of alien origin. When he touched it, he felt static and started hearing whispering. He was then teleported to a jungle. Dr. Schuster got worried and planned to scrap the teleporter when Richtofen had been gone for a few days, but he returned as Schuster was talking about it and told him that there was work to be done. Richtofen sounded much crazier and Schuster noticed this change.

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