Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)

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"I LIVE! The POWER! THE POWER! I WILL CONTROL THEM ALL! I WILL DESTROY YOU ALL! But not before we continue the game." ― Richtofen, moments after transferring his mind into a loli

The Omnicidal Doctor[edit | edit source]

There are two major timelines in COD Zombies from which all subsequent "fractures" (timelines) and dimensions deviate from: Primis and Ultimis. There is a constant: Edward Richtofen is a member of Group 935, a research group dedicated to analysis and distribution of Element 115, which are space rocks sent by ayy lmaos called Apothicons to destroy universes.

Ultimis Richtofen is... a troubled man. He's got voices in his head, after he accidentally went to the Moon and touched an ayy pyramid. This turned him insane and hell bent on finding Agartha, the origin of all the dimensions, by any means possible.

But do that, he needed a plan. And a plan he had, indeed. He established the base on the Moon, conducted experiments on his boss' daughter,Samantha Maxis, and many other test subjects. The mad doctor pulled a sneaky on Doctor Maxis and launched him, Samantha and her little dog too to the Moon. After that the plan got derailed, seeing as the loli too grew mad with power after sealing herself in the Aether Pyramid, the one that gave Richtofen the crazies. Oh, and Dr. Maxis got uploaded onto the Moon's servers. 

Still, that was a mere setback. Richtofen awakened three of his surviving test subjects, them being Nikolai Belinski, Takeo Masaki and "Tank" Dempsey. The uneasy alliance eventually got the name "Ultimis". With them, Richtofen could finally complete his Grand Scheme.

Anyway, the team went through time and space itself, as the Doctor led his motley crew to a theater/nazi facility in the 60's, Russian Cosmodrome, Siberian Outpost in 2011, the mythical place of Shangri-La, where Richtofen was once revered, and finally, the Moon. 

Such an erratic movement might have been seen as accidental, but it had a purpose. The Siberian Facility held the Vril Device, while Shangri-La was affected by a timeloop , caused by the Focusing Stone. Combined, these two artifacts were the centerpiece of Richtofen's plan.

The Ultimis went forward in time to 2025, right into Area 51, from where they teleported to the moon. There, Richtofen revealed his plan and betrayed his allies, transferring bodies with the zombie-controlling loli Samantha. Agartha was almost within his grasp. Yet, the Ultimis launched rockets upon earth, ravaging it and weakening Richtofen's connection to Aether.

Still, the mad doctor wasn't a schemist for nothing. The voices of Apothicons in his head told him what to do. In the ten long years of battle against Dr. Maxis, he fought tooth and nail for control over the Polarity Devices, to take the Earth back under his control. The two commandeered a group of survivors called "Victis", each vying to set them on their own side. That's where timeline splits.

In one, Richtofen succeeds, purges Maxis and Samantha from existence, and resumes his reign over the Earth. Well, that and he also became a passenger in Samuel Stuhlinger's, one of the Victis and the only who could hear him properly due to him eating a chunk of zombie a few times, body. What came after, is unknown.

In the other, Maxis proves victorious, and uses up the entirety of Earth to launch himself and Samantha into Agartha, while forever damning Richtofen to walk in a zombie's body. Also, the body of Richtofen that Samantha was occupying was turned comatose. Oh, and Maxis turned out to be a corrupt fucker on a dial with the ayys, but that's another story.

The zombified Richtofen ends up allying himself with Victis and a version of Primis Richtofen, in order to fix the fractures appearing across the dimensions, secure the blood vials and protect Victis from the annhilation of their home dimension. Completing that, Primis directs Zombie Ultimis back in time, to the Ultimis Crew that have been teleported to 1963's Area 51. The one with the braindead Richtofen. The Zombie touches the body and turns into ash, returning the soul back into Mad Doctor's body. And from there they are rescued by Primis, to take part in the Great War. 

Convoluted as shit, yep.

The Ultimis had shown himself both in present and the past, under different circumstances in the TFR. After the events of the first half of Season 3, Ultimis came along with the rest of the wrestlers, while Primis went far far away, to set right a universe. Who knows where will the road of the future lead this version Richtofen...

Off-Season 1: XCOM[edit | edit source]

In the alternate universe where Bogs have prevailed against the combined forces of The Therapy and the Paranormal Patrol, Ultimis Richtofen unexpectedly came as one of the first fighters in The Final Resistance. His mere presence had angered OP, and the fact he has been jobbing against The Lost only aggravated him. Well, that and him dabbing in the post-mission photo. The final nail in OP's metaphorical coffin and eleveation of his status as SETHIG was the bonding between him and Kyoko Kirigiri, who at time was claimed to be OP's waifu.

A bit of time later, he, Kirigiri, Raiden, Sminem, and Majima became victims to Mundus in the blacksite raid aptly named "Crypt Killer". The Doctor himself died while trying to save Majima. (Perhaps, it could be seen to foreshadow the Cuckening of Majima, but that's a bit too much grasping at the straws.)

In the now lost recordings of the final missions, Primis Richtofen came along with the Future version of Kirigiri. But that's another story.

While his presence in The Final Resistance was brief, the events previously mentioned cemented him in the history. And the status of OP being a cuck. Still, one wonders just how things would turn had the Doctor and Kirigiri survived the Crypt...

Season 3[edit | edit source]

Richtofen culturing on the art of waifu Yoink!ing and eating some cookies, while Walter (SMT) and Alice (SMT) chaotically love each other in the background, and the other Richtofen watches from afar.

During his testing with the MTD, he accidentally beamed himself to a different world thanks to some unforeseen interference, where TFR takes place.

Episode 4

There, he meets Primis Richtofen for the first time, although doesn't recognize him. It is believed he may have been transported to the present along the rest of the Wrestlers and is now stuck with us.

Episode 5

As a result of activating the Focusing Stone, Ultimis too got transported forward in time, along with the majority of the wrestlers. Chosen Hunter, perhaps in a fit of autistic screeching, loss of his gaming buddies and lust for revenge, challenged Richtofen. And bought out the ring, for Richtofen had pinned the NEET twice to the count of 3, that had not registered somehow. Foul play, surely.

This Richtofen expresses a SETHIG hatred towards the Primis Richtofen, since he, by extent, stole his Focusing Stone. This gave way to a sort of bonding with Fred, who desired answers.

Episode 8

Learning of a certain Pollack being a wrestler, he immediately sought to arrange a match to dispose of him, but it seems a third party behind the shadows had his own plans for the match, as a mysterious Business Suit-wearing palid man appeared and claimed the pin on the Pollack scum for himself.

Season 4[edit | edit source]

Doesn't participate in matches because Kojima respects glorious american cinema sensibilities and fears his nazi imagery will offend viewers.

Season 5[edit | edit source]

Despite his lack of stone thanks to less insane versions of himself, Richtofen continues his grand schemes undeterred.

Episode 3

Draws out against a japanese highschooler in a tables match.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

Even before this "TFR", Richtofen adored wrestling; a test of not only strength but character between two men. Even despite his other self taking the stone away, rumors say that he lost it away, and now he just has to bid his time until it finds its way back to him, and put it into "mein long, golden rod's shaft", all part of his unstoppable scheme. He also appreciates this Japanese man, Hideo, for giving him the opportunity to put another patient through a table, this "Joe", and so he will reclaim the derogatorily titled "King of Jobbers" and rename it to "God of Wrestling" when he rules the championship.

And then Godzilla invades in the middle of the match for no reason. And he loses because of it.

Season 6[edit | edit source]

Even he himself joins the Order of the Locker Room, as even Nazi Germany had to make allies.

Episode 1

Joins one of the reunions of the order, and is confused why everyone claps like americans.

Later participates for a position at being one of the Masters of the Locker Room.

Episode 3

Joins another of the reunions and again wonders what is wrong with americans for eating crab legs at barbecue parties.

Episode 4

The chosen ones are brought into the room of Project Rumble-17, where Comrade Mario explains that a machine was built to restore dignity of this company and this world, and this room will protect them from it's effects. As The Three Kings silently observe, with the chosen ones gathered in the room and the entrances locked, it was time for the dignity to be restored, to distill the impure ones, to initiate The Final Rumble.

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

12 years in the future, Richtofen (now wearing a Pressurized External Suit, indicating he uses it to survive the wasteland, or has been in space) is investigating the old buried Coolsville Arena which now lies in ruins as the epicenter of the rumbling, in search of leftovers of his precious E115 from the machine. He opened Dan's limousine's trunk... and found a body. While taking a closer look, the bionic arms spring forth from the trunk and take over Richtofen's body...

Episode 11

He then makes his way to the S Corp branch overtaken by BANS Army with to check himself and prepare for his one objective: Revenge.

Episode 15

The unholy fusion of Richtofen and Samoa Joe kidnapped Red, leaving Extra and Haze a message, to come quick lest her neck gets snapped. Seems like Joe is the more dominant personality.

Episode 16

Joetofen fought Extra in a submission match, where, sharing the fate of the matches twelve years and twelve+OVA years ago, he tapped to Extra's Coquina Clutch and presumably was killed.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Primis Richtofen Win
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Game: WWE Smackdown vs. RAW 2011
Chosen Hunter Loss
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
Note: Beat Serge backstage and took his place in the match.
Extreme Rules
Kenny & Richtofen, Zoomer & Shingo Shoji, Agent 47 & Dr. Piccolo, Joshua Graham & Peleador Ushiromiya Lose Note: Held out for a long while vs Piccolo and 47, if he had more luck, he would have won.
Triple-Threat Richtofen, Geralt, G-Man Lose
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P

Note: Originally only planning to dispose of Pollack scum, G-Man showed up.

Royal Rumble
  1. Doomguy
  2. Raiden (MK)
  3. Zeke Yeager
  4. G-Man
  5. Sminem
  6. Gene
  7. Marco Rossi
  8. DELTA
  9. Sou Yaguruma
  10. Raidou Kuzunoha the XIV
  11. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  12. Van Darkholme
  13. Jeff Mangum
  14. Louis
  15. Tatsuya Suou
  16. Rando
  17. Bane
  18. V
  19. Nagito Komaeda
  20. /v/-tan
  21. Joshua Graham
  22. Doctor Piccolo
  23. Tsukasa Kadoya
  24. Drake Bell
  25. Kaname Date
  26. Chosen Hunter
  27. Dutch Van Der Linde
  28. Vergil
  29. Big Show
  30. Rance
W1 L3 -2
1 1 P
For Title: /v/ #1 contender
Elimination Chamber Rance; Edward Richtofen; Majima; Drake Bell; Yu Narukami; Piccolo Lose
W1 L4 -3
3 2 P

Note: Match canonized due to Drake's win.

Royal Rumble
Entry Order
  1. Zombie Benoit
  2. Louis
  3. Maximillion Pegasus
  4. Michael Jordan
  5. Richtofen
  6. Balthios James
  7. Leon S. Kennedy
  8. Albert Wesker
  9. Dutch Van Der Linde
  10. Andrei Ulmeyda
  11. Chris-chan
  12. Big Show
  13. Max Payne
  14. Manny Pardo
  15. Jonathan
  16. Alex Mercer
  17. Goro Majima
  18. Battler Ushiromiya
  19. John Marston
  20. Yosuke Hanamura
  21. Johnny Klebitz
  22. Doomguy
  23. Chris Redfield
  24. Vinnie Mac
  25. Erwin Smith
  26. Walter (SMT)
  27. Diesel
  28. Fred Jones
  29. Garcian Smith
  30. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
Lose Game: WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2011

Note: Took U. Richtofen 2 Low Blows and a crit to compete with Fred and STILL jobbed to his legendary Coolsville-Nine.

Entry Order
  1. Central
  2. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  3. Arthur Morgan
  4. Vergil
  5. Chosen Hunter
  6. Rando
  7. Doctor Piccolo
  8. Fargoth


NC Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Crashed, restarted next match with different orders.

Entry Order
  1. Battler Ushiromiya
  2. Shingo Shoji
  3. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  4. Rage Guy
  5. G-Man
  6. Mean Mark Calloway
  7. Rance
  8. Adam Jensen
  9. Archer
  10. Chosen Hunter
  11. Tatsuya Suou
  12. Louis
  13. Albert Wesker
  14. Rando
  15. Osama Bin Laden
  16. Vergil
  17. Van Darkholme
  18. Doctor Piccolo
  19. DELTA
  20. Arthur Morgan
Lose Game: WWE 2K19
Full List Crash Christmas Special
Game: WWE 2K19, Smackdown! Here comes the Pain, SmackDown vs. Raw 2011.

Note: Bigfoot's hit crashed the game.

  1. Steve Burnside
  2. Black Ref
  3. Vorgin
  4. Kirei Kotomine
  5. Sebastian LaCroix
  6. Ricardo Milos
  7. Big Show
  8. Chuck
  9. Raidou Kuzunoha
  10. Mrs. X
  11. Eric Sparrow
  12. HANK
  13. Richtofen
  14. Albert Wesker
  15. Donte
  16. Sneed
  17. Van Darkholme
  18. Doomguy
  19. Arkantos
  20. Arthur Morgan
  21. Mark Wolff
  22. CJ
  23. Aniki
  24. Agent 47
  25. Chris Benoit
  26. Tommy Wiseau
  27. Hank Wimbleton
  28. Johnny Knoxville
  29. The Undertaker
  30. Battler Ushiromiya
  1. Leon S. Kennedy
  2. Maximillion Pegasus
  3. Louis
  4. Michael Jordan
  5. Zombie Benoit
  6. Erwin Smith
  7. Garcian Smith
  8. Undertaker's Druid
  9. Christine
  10. Max Payne
  11. Chris Redfield
  12. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  13. Manny Pardo
  14. Jonathan
  15. Johnny Klebitz
  16. Andrei Ulmeyda
  17. The Undercarder
  18. Cole MacGrath
  19. Balthios James
  20. Battler Ushiromiya
  21. Alex Mercer
  22. Yosuke
  23. Albert Wesker
  24. Goro Majima
  25. Walter
  26. Dutch Van Der Linde
  27. Edward Richtofen (Primis)
  28. Doomguy
  29. Fred Jones
  30. Arthur Morgan
  1. Joe Tazuna (1)
  2. Travis Touchdown (0)
  3. Marco Rossi (0)
  4. Raidou Kuzunoha (0)
  5. Edward Richtofen (1)
W1 L4 -2
3 2 P
Tables Tazuna Joe Lose
W1 L5 -3
3 2 P
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
Royal Rumble
  1. Fred Jones
  2. Tom Brady
  3. CJ
  4. Rance
  5. Hisoka
  6. /v/ Rage Guy
  7. Marco Rossi
  8. The Protomen
  9. Demaro
  10. Kazuhira Miller
  11. Shingo Shoji
  12. Pixy
  13. Fargoth
  14. Extra
  15. Serge
  16. Nagito Komaeda
  17. Archer
  18. Zoomer
  19. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  20. Elite Crew
  21. Zeke Yeager
  22. Tatsuya Suou
  23. Rando
  24. The Janitor
  25. Tsukasa Kadoya
  26. Travis Touchdown
  27. John Bradford
  28. Ichiban Kasuga
  29. Joshua Graham
  30. Chosen Hunter
W1 L6 -4
3 2 P
Elimination №: 15
Royal Rumble
  1. Van Darkholme
  2. Leon Kennedy
  3. Kuzunoha Raidou the XIV
  4. Alucard
  5. Maebara Keiichi
  6. Kazuhira Miller
  7. Yuki Makoto
  8. John Bradford
  9. The Janitor
  10. Tazuna Joe
  11. Kasuga Ichiban
  12. Aniki
  13. Demi-fiend
  14. Geralt of Rivia
  15. Pixy
  16. Narukami Yu
  17. Rando
  18. Fred Jones
  19. Albert Wesker
  20. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  21. TheRapist
  22. Big Smoke
  23. The Necrodancer
  24. Rean Schwarzer
  25. Date Kaname
  26. Komaeda Nagito
  27. Zoomer
  28. Arthas
  29. Raiden (MG)
  30. Joshua Graham
Lose For: 5th Master of the Chivalric Order of the Locker Room spot.
Alucard, Boomer, Serge, Kazuhira Miller, Robert, Pixy, Hellcarder, Edward Richtofen Lose
W1 L7 -5
4 3 P
Note: MITB qualifier.
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Rokkenjimania II
Full List Win Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011
Full List Lose Rokkenjimania III』– The Final Arc
NON-CANON Raiden Lose

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