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Richard Nixon
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Nixon in "Five".
Alias(es) Dick, Dickie, Dickie Nix, Tricky Dick
Appears in Call of Duty: Black Ops
Rank Former Vice President and President of the United States
Affiliations United States of America
Nationality American
Status Alive (as of "Five", Original Timeline)
K.I.A. (Agonia Fracture)
Killed By Zombies
Birth January 9, 1913, Yorba Linda, California, U.S.A. (Age 50 in "Five")
Sex Male
Hair Black
Race Caucasian
Death November 6th, 1963, The Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States (Agonia Fracture)
Weapon M1911, Dual Wielded HS-10s, any weapon obtained by the player in "Five".
Timeline Zombies Timeline
Voice Actor Dave Mallow
Level "Five"
Ascension (heard only)
"You can't stop Tricky Dick!"
— Nixon being attacked by Zombies in "Five".

Richard Milhous Nixon is a playable character in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies map "Five". Prior to this, he was the 36th Vice President of the United States; he co-operates alongside John F. Kennedy, Fidel Castro, and Robert McNamara to defend themselves against the zombies invasion. His player indicator color is yellow (shared with Takeo Masaki and Danny Trejo.)

QuotesEdit

Main article: "Five"/Quotes#Richard Nixon

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Many of Nixon's quotes refer to his appearances in Futurama.
  • Nixon's CIA data system password is Checkers, a reference to his dog. He also refers to Checkers in some of his quotes.
  • There is a small photo of him in Kino der Toten. It is found on a table in the Pentagon room when the player teleports out of the Pack-a-Punch room.
  • Nixon is heard in an Easter Egg in Ascension, along with Fidel Castro and John F. Kennedy.
  • An Intel memorandum was forwarded to at-the-time Vice President Nixon, containing a dossier of Alex Mason.
  • Some of Nixon's quotes reference the Watergate Scandal. This is odd, since Five takes place in 1963, Nixon didn't become President until 1969, and the Watergate investigation began in 1972. Then again, the quotes are meant to be funny, so this fact is negated.