Giant Robots (CoD Zombies)

From left to right: Freya, Odin, and Thor

The work of Group 935 will ensure Germany's victory
~ Edward Richtofen, upon seeing all three robots together


The Giant Robots have been designed and created by both Dr. Edward Richtofen and Dr. Ludvig Maxis by utilising the power of Element 115 to create huge machines of destruction. Three of them appear in the Origins map (Called Freya, Odin and Thor). One also appears in the Der Riese remake, as well as in the Der Eisendrache opening cut scene where it is heavily damaged by Panzerschreck fire. Alternate Russian versions appear in the Gorod Krovi map, which have been destroyed by the dragons that have appeared in the area.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-A (Physically, and with cannons), 9-B (With Laser)

Name: Giant Robot, 1000ft Robot, Riese Model (The German Model: Thor, Odin, Freya), Gigant Model (The Russian Model)

Origin: Call of Duty: Zombies

Age: Unknown

Classification: Robot

Wielders: Dr. Edward Richtofen, Nikolai Belinski, Takeo Masaki, Tank Dempsey

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Explosion Manipulation, Energy Manipulation

Height: 304.8 metres (1000ft)

Weight: Unknown

Pilot(s): 1, although can be automated

Needed Prerequisite for Use: Sufficient knowledge on how to use it.

In use by: Group 935, PRIMIS, German Empire, Soviet Union

Powered By: Element 115 (Ununpentium)

Attack Potency: Small Building level (Physically, and with cannons), Wall level (With Laser)

Speed: Superhuman (Kept up with a speeding Truck)

Durability: About Wall level

Range: Several dozen metres

Weaknesses: Pilots are exposed due to the open casing on the head section

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

G-Strikes – Throwing down a “G-Strike” grenade fires a volley of cannon fire towards that area.

Lasers – There is a laser located in the head section of the robot that can be shot at enemies

Pressure Compensators – When exiting the robot, there are four different exit tubes that allow for the occupants to escape. There are built in pressure compensators so that the occupant doesn’t die from the fall.