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            |          Call of Duty: Black Ops      |
            |              Zombie Guide             |
            |               Ascension               |
            |            Written By wilmer007       |
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    | 1. Introduction [INTRO1]                          |
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    | 2. Copyright & Use [COPY2]                        |
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    | 3. Version History [VH3]                          |
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    | 4. Tips [TIPS4]                                   |
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    | 5. Team Tips and Rules [TEAM5]                    |
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    | 6. Strategy [STRAT6]                              |
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    | 7. Classes [CLASS7)                               |
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    | - Assassin Class [ASSIN7.1]                       |
    | - Support Classes [SUPRT7.2]                      |
    | - Tank Class [TANK7.3]                            |
    | - Medic Class [MEDIC7.4]                          |
    | - Cleaner Class [CLNR7.5]                         |
    | - Trapper Class [TRAP7.6]                         |
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    | 8. Round 30 and Beyond [RND30]                    |
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    | 9. Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ9]              |
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    | 10. Credit [THANKS]                               |
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    | 10. Contact And Suggestions [EMAIL007]            |
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       |          1: Introduction [INTRO1]              |
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    Hello and welcome to my guide on Ascension Map for Zombie Mode. In this guide i
    will not be providing general tips on how to play any map in zombie mode or a 
    map layout. Perhaps in future version i will add map layouts and basic zombie 
    mode tips for any zombie map for zombie mode beginners. This guide is simply 
    a guide dedicated to getting into the late Rounds in Ascension without having 
    to do much work. The guide will assume you are at least familiar with how to 
    play zombie mode and the player has at least a general understanding on how 
    zombie mode works and is an average player in zombie mode. It is also for new
    or weak players who may or may not know much about playing zombies with other 
    players. As well as some of the more experienced players who may be looking 
    for new tips to get to a higher Round on for the leaderboards. The guide will 
    assume you are playing with 4 Players and sometimes even 3 players. I may add 
    a Solo Section in future versions of this guide, so keep checking for any 
    updated versions. Keep in mind that some if not most of the tips may also work 
    on Solo but i can't make any guarantees that it will work for you in Solo. If 
    you need a guide on how to play zombie mode i kindly ask you to look at some 
    of the other zombie guides on gamefaqs or Call of Duty Wikia for further help. 
    
    
    Now that we have that out of the way let's continue.
    
    
    
    
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       |          3. Version History [VH3]              |
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    A complete version history that lists all revisions of this guide from newest
    too old.
    
    
    Version 2.0 (2-12-2011)
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    - Fixed some minor errors in the guide
    - Revised Multiplayer Tips
    - Added and revised tips for the Team Tips and Rules Section
    - Revised Classes in the Class Section
    - Added a Trapper Class to the Class Section
    - Added the entire section of Round 30 and Beyond
    - Added more questions and answers to the FAQ Section
    
    
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    - First Try. Pretty simple.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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       |          4. Multiplayer Tips [TIPS4]           |
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    1) Stay in starting Room until Round 4-5 with nothing but your starting pistol
    
    Everyone picks a barrier and stays at it until Round 4 or 5. DO NOT STEAL
    KILLS FROM SOME ONES BARRIER!!!!!!!!!! If you think they need help when they
    get inside the main Room then yes give them a hand. But don't be tossing a
    grenade from the other side of the room into his barrier unless he asks for
    help. Save your pistol ammo for Rounds 2-4 and knife only in Round 1. Let them 
    come in so you all have a better chance of getting bonuses.
    
    
    
    2) When they overrun you in Round 4-5 open the top door
    
    Now everyone heads straight to the Power Switch. The two players with the
    most money buy the two doors. The one with the lowest points buys the most
    expensive and the one with the highest points buys the least expensive.
    You're going to open the fence next to the MP5k and the door at the top next
    to the switch that leads from the previous door you just opened.
    
    
    
    3) Hit the mystery box until you get at least one decent weapon
    
    Do not overuse the box so that the teddy bear doesn't move it and it makes it
    easily accessible to everyone. So if you got a decent weapon for the starting
    Rounds (a SMG, Shotgun, AR, LMG or anything better) hold on to it and don't
    use the box until it's out of ammo so the box doesn't get moved. Everyone
    makes a line and you hit the box. One try and then go to the back of the
    line. Simple as that.
    
    
    
    4) You're going to camp up in the Power Switch Room up until Round 8-9, then
    move to the PhD Landing Pad or MPL Room for Rounds 10-29
    
    Do not buy any perks or doors (unless the box moves). At the end of Round 8-
    9 you will all move to the PhD Landing Pad or MPL Room. It's the Room that you 
    Go to if you open the bottom door from the starting Room). At this point you 
    cannot hold up in the Power Switch Room very well. 
    
    For the Power Switch Room 2 Players will camp at the top of the stairs 
    (whoever has an AR and/or a LMG) And defend it. One player defends the 
    window (someone with crappy weapons Like a shotgun, FAL, or pistol) and the 
    final player defends the ceiling 
    (this player has any combination of weapons mentioned). 
    
    For the PhD Landing Pad two guys watch the stair at the top while the other 
    Two guys watch the two windows. If the power is on call the lander in so you 
    have An emergency exit ready to go.
    
    For the MPL Room the player with the worse weapon(s) (or is the weakest player) 
    Will defend the only entrance into the MPL Room. The other 3 will defend the 
    Only stair that leads to the MPL Room. One person 
    (Preferably someone with at worst an AR) will be on standby to help the guy 
    Watching the barrier when he calls for help). Do the best you can to let the
    Zombies come in so that you have a chance for drops but don't let too many in
    if you can't handle them, and if you do have someone ready to give you some 
    Help while the other two stay at the stair.
    
    
    
    5) DO NOT!!!! I REPEAT DO NOT BUY ANY PERKS UNTIL ROUND 12-13. AND
    ONLY BUY JUGGERNOG AND/OR SPEED COLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    
    This way you do not trigger monkeys until ammo and perks become a problem.
    You can hold off on perks until those Rounds when ammo and Juggernog is
    Needed. The reason is so that you can acquire whatever weapons you want for the
    Rest of the game early on. Not to mention you can unlock doors and unlock the
    PaP Machine as well. Don't be a jerk and go off buying a different perk or 
    Juggernog and/or Speed Cola and not letting anyone know. Because we're all
    Here thinking we only have to worry about defending one or maybe two perks for 
    The monkey Round. Now after everyone gets a free perk for defending Juggernog 
    and/or Speed Cola, everyone saves some much needed points. After Round 20 you 
    Can go buy the other perk(s) that you want (Because you will need them), with 
    PhD being the next recommended perk. You Donít really Quick Revive or Stamin 
    Up in the game unless your class needs it.
    
    
    
    6) Do not blow ammo away if someone has the death machine
    
    It makes no sense. It's like mini max ammo. Use the ammo after the death
    Machine ends. Let the person with the lowest points in the early Round get
    The death machine. In the latter Rounds you should only let the medic
    Or the cleaner classes (detail on these classes later below) pick up the
    Death machine. Or the person who really needs to catch up on points. The
    Person who has the most ammo and/or Ray Gun/Thunder Gun should not be getting 
    the Death machine unless he is really behind everyone else in points or has no 
    ammo.
    
    
    
    7) Do not worry about fire sale and/or mystery box too much
    
    In the early Rounds, middle Rounds and especially during a Round don't bother
    With this. Just keep doing whatever it is that you were doing. If you ran out
    Of ammo then yes go for it as long as it's safe (you also don't want to lose
    Your perks and maybe weapons too if you can't be revived). But don't leave
    Your post just to hit the box because you want a better weapon and you still
    Have ammo on your weapons to hold them off. The guy watching the window will
    Not be very happy to know that he died because you left your post just to hit
    The box when you really didn't need to. I'm sure you wouldn't like it if he
    Did the same to you. If you do hit the box then open it and go back to your
    Post while the box is spinning for your weapon. Then go back to it if you
    Prefer that weapon. In the really late Rounds (past Round 30) the mystery box
    Is almost essential as you will quickly burn through all your LMG ammo really
    Fast. Ray Gun will get a decrease in damage and so it will waste ammo faster
    Than before. Thunder Gun will have to be conserved even more because more
    Than likely you may use up anywhere from 25%-100% of your ammo in just one
    Round, so it should be conserved as much as possible. And also make it count
    Try to use it when there's a bunch together (like more than 7 or so zombies
    Together in one area). Also camp in a corner will help ensure you get as many
    Zombies together as possible for one use of the Thunder Gun. Traps passed
    Round 29 will also be use very frequently.
    
    
    
    8) You do not need Speed Cola until Round 18.
    
    That is when my slow reload really became a problem for me and it started
    Hurting the team. Luckily we made it to Round 19 in that game before we lost.
    So Speed Cola is very important at Round 18. Just hold off on buying it
    (Unless it was a free perk from the monkeys) until Round 18.
    
    
    
    9) Everyone buys claymores as early as possible if the door to it is open.
    
    Don't open the door just to get claymores. Rounds 6-8 are the ideal time to 
    Buy claymores. If everyone cannot buy Claymores then at least one person 
    Should just to be safe. The earlier Round you buy them the more claymores you 
    Will all have for use after Round 25 when they really come in handy. Plant 
    them in a corner facing the wall where it won't be triggered by the zombies. 
    Everyone picks a corner (preferably right next to where you will be camping). 
    
    If u need to plant them to make way for max ammo, monkey Round, or next Round 
    Then plant them somewhere in the map in a corner facing the wall as well and 
    Remember where you place them so you can come and get them back later. Extra 
    Claymores start piling up and soon you will have lots of them. When Round 25
    Comes around and you have 20-30 or more Claymores stockpiled you'll be glad
    You have them saved up as lack of ammo will really save you and your team with
    Claymores. Don't plant Claymores before Round 25 as it's unnecessary and a 
    Crawler can activate it thereby killing it and starting the next Round and 
    Wasting some much needed Claymores. Not to mention if everyone isn't ready
    For the next Round then it could spell trouble for the Team.
    
    
    10) If you get overrun in the MPL Room (you shouldn't until Round 29/30) then
    Everyone goes to the PhD Landing Pad unless the mystery box is at one of the 
    Other two landing pads.
    
    Simple enough. You got a huge area to work with. An infinite supply of
    Grenades. A couple of traps nearby. A few more traps not too far away and
    Easy access to a circuit around the middle of the map. Not to mention the
    Best of all, an escape lander if things get really hairy. If the box is
    somewhere else you may want to try to get it to spawn at the PhD Landing Pad. 
    The Claymore Landing Pad is not bad if you have all some kind of
    Ammo. The Sickle Landing Pad is only good if all of you have Full or Max Ammo
    In all your weapons. There are no traps and there is only 1 way in and one
    Way out (plus the Lander) in the Sickle Landing Pad so you should only go
    There when you have all the full firepower of your team.
    
    
    
    11) Get to know the map layout really well (especially if it's your first
    Time playing on the map).
    
    In between Rounds when there's a crawler, take advantage and go to all the
    Areas of the map. Don't open doors that are still closed. Study the traps,
    Weapons on the wall, mystery box spawn locations, etc.. The last thing 
    You want is to need a trap to bail you out and you go to the sickle landing 
    Pad thinking a trap is there and there isn't one. That is what happen to the 
    Last survivor on our team and that is why we lost at Round 29. He was 
    Surrounded by at least a dozen or so zombies and the landing pad was not there 
    (Nor could make it in time) to bail him out.
    
    
    
    12) Communicate with your teammates
    
    I swear if everyone communicates the game will run more smoothly. Obviously
    Everyone will need a mic. If you don't have a mic you will have to follow
    Orders during the Round. In between Rounds you can send one person who has a
    Mic your message so he can relay it back to the other 2 players. If you have
    To use the bathroom, get a snack/drink, repair barriers for points, hit the
    Box, call in the lander, PaP your weapon, buy perk(s), need help, need to
    Coordinate, or anything else please speaks up. Staying quiet is the worst
    Thing you can do to your teammates. So don't be afraid to speak up.
    
    
    
    
    13) Use the Black Hole and Use It Wisely
    
    First off everyone must have the black hole device (a.k.a the gersh device).
    This is a must after Round 25 and beyond. If you have the doll bombs trade it
    For the black hole if you have the chance. Have one guy be the designated
    Black hole operator. That way you don't have two guys throwing it at the same
    Time and wasting them. Ideally you want to throw the Black Hole when someone
    Needs to be revived. When he uses all of them up let the team know so that
    Someone else calls shotgun and uses them next and so on. This tactic and the
    Communication on using black hole is vital after Round 25 when ammo and
    Revives become a problem. Toss the black hole on the stair or at the top or
    Bottom of it would be better, depending on which Room (Power Switch/PhD or MPL
    Room) you are camping at the time. Use black hole to buy time to be able to
    Revive player. At Round 29 wait as long as you can before you open the door
    And switch to using traps instead. You also want to be careful as to not use
    The black hole very late in the Round and not get a crawler to stock up on
    Ammo. It would suck to get to Round 29-30 with not enough ammo because the
    Black hole took the last guy and the next Round automatically starts.
    
    
    14) Toss all your Black Holes or Doll Bombs when you see a Max Ammo
    
    This is very important after Round 25 and especially in the 30s. You can have 
    up to 12 Tactical Grenades (3 for each player) active in the map at the same 
    time and get them all right back when you pick up Max Ammo. So why wouldn't 
    you do it. It makes your jobs easier, not to  mention a bunch of free 
    kills and points to go along with it. So when you see Max Ammo Toss all 3 of 
    your Tactical Grenades and then pick it up when everyone tossed theirs.
    
    
    15) Do not open the door in between the MPL Room and Centrifuge for as long as
    Possible
    
    Do not open this door. It is one of the best doors to use for camping. If you
    Do it right this door should not be opened until at minimum Round 25 or above.
    If you can keep this door closed until the 30s then that's even better.
    
    
    
    
    
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    Want to get passed Round 20 and possibly into 30s and beyond, then follow 
    These tips and rules and the team will go a long way. If you break any rules 
    Or a plan, be certain the team may likely lose the game and the team is 
    Headed for disaster.
    
    
    
    
    1) Communication is important
    
    I cannot stress this enough. Guys if a plan is set, stick to the plan. If you 
    break the plan the team is not going to work as well as a team that is 
    working properly. If you need help or see someone is about to get hit from 
    Behind kindly let them know so he gets prepared. Once you break a plan you
    Better believe the players sticking to the plan will not be happy and may not
    Want to play with you again unless he has no other choice.
    
    
    2) Weaker players get the easier job(s)
    
    Assign him the role of babysitting a window or crawler so he gets the hang of
    The game. Make sure you inform him to call for help if he needs it. Assign one
    Guy to be the one to support him. The other 2 will work together so don't 
    Worry about them.
    
    
    3) Split the players into 2 teams
    
    One team of 2-3 work together and the other team with 1-2 players work 
    Together. Form a plan so that if both teams come together to help each other 
    A backup plan is ready. Stick to the backup plan.
    
    
    4) The player with the lowest points kills the last remaining crawlers
    
    If you have 6k points and one player has 1k points why on earth would you not 
    Help the team as a whole. Perhaps at one point in the game you and him trade 
    Points and then he does the same thing to you when you need the points.
    
    
    5) The player(s) with the most points open doors and use the lander
    
    Simple enough it's a balanced rule and it's also a plan. If no one wants to 
    Lose their points then who is going to use the lander. If you dont do this, 
    Now you give the zombies a chance to take down all 4 of you on the actual 
    Lander while no one activated the lander.
    
    
    
    6) If a player has both LMGs he does not get death machine
    
    If you have both LMGs and have the top 2 highest points, why in the world 
    Would you take the death machine. you forget it has unlimited ammo. 
    If you have both LMGs you are not only going to always have unlimited ammo 
    Anyway (thereby always having a mini death machine), but you will have over 
    1500 bullets and can generate over 15k points with both LMG. You have no 
    Business using the death machine unless the player runs out of ammo or until 
    The team is at Round 30 when LMGs won't work very well.
    
    
    
    7) The player(s) with the lowest points, or no ammo get to use the death 
    machine
    
    If everyone has a LMG and someone is holding Thunder Gun and Ray Gun 
    Together, he will always have the lowest points. Let him take the death 
    Machine. It is not only going to save his almost always low ammo count but 
    He gets to have some fun and rack up a ton of points to catch up to everyone 
    Else. Since he doesn't see very much action as he ensures the team stays alive 
    By clearing areas when needed, this player is the perfect candidate for the 
    Death machine. Now if the team is in an area where the zombies can sneak up 
    From the side or behind then the person holding the Thunder Gun should not 
    Get the death machine. That way he provides cover to the person who is 
    Using the death machine.
    
    
    
    8) When someone has the death machine hold your fire and save your ammo
    
    Death machine has unlimited ammo so there's no use in trying to outwit a death 
    Machine. Heís not only shooting faster than everyone else combined but he 
    Never has to reload. that ammo is going to come in handy in the later Rounds. 
    Now if you see someone coming for you and the death machine is not going to 
    Cover you then you go ahead and fire your weapon. Take the time to
    Reload all your weapons and get ready for when the death machine ends.
    
    
    9) Don't buy any perks until Round 12-13 and only buy Juggernog
    
    You only buy Juggernog for the first monkey Round. I cannot stress this 
    Enough. There is no point in trying to brag about having 2-3 perks when 
    Another player only has one perk for the first 13-15 Rounds and hasn't been 
    Downed yet. Now he has to listen to the player cry about losing his perks. If 
    You would have listened and stick to the plan everyone would have gotten a 
    Free perk and everyone will have saved points. So after the first monkey Round
    Everyone can go buy all the perks they need.
    
    
    10) Try to balance out everyone's points
    
    If someone has 15k points and the rest of the team only has 6k points. Hold 
    Off on racking up so many points and help them. Keep them alive so that they 
    Can catch up in points. You have no idea how valuable everyone having an equal
    Share of points after Round 30 is. If there's a player taking up all the 
    Points the team expects that player to be the one doing the revives or
    Providing Room sweeps because we can't afford to buy anything because of lack 
    Of points. So give your teammates a chance to catch up on points. Don't be a 
    Jerk to the team or don't expect to play with those players again,
    
    
    
    11) Assign classes to everyone on the team
    
    A Medic, a Tank, a Cleaner, and an Assassin are all you need. Medic does the 
    Revives while The Cleaner cleans the Room so Medic can do revives. Tank and
    Assassin does most of the shooting or knifing/headshots while the other 2 do 
    Their roles. This ensures the team will get to Round 30. After Round 30 
    Assigning classes may lose their purpose (i have yet to get to
    Round 30 so I'm not sure about that).
    
    
    
    12) Don't overuse the box unless it needs to move closer to the camping spot
    
    If you got decent weapons for the Round that the team is on, save the points. 
    If you get downed later and lose all your perks and weapons you will need all 
    Those points to get back on your feet. There's no point in hitting the box to 
    Trade in an AUG/Commando with full ammo for a LMG or Thunder Gun. You got what 
    You got learn to use it until its low or out of ammo. Then you trade it in. 
    Too many uses of the box will cause the teddy bear to spawn and move the box. 
    Not to mention if someone remembers the box being in the starting Room, if he
    Isnít aware that the box moved he will assume it's still there. That could 
    Spell trouble for him and the team as a whole (especially after Round 30).
    
    
    13) Don't worry about the fire sale unless you need ammo
    
    This is how teams start going downhill. If you still have lots of ammo then 
    Donít worry about the Fire Sale. If youíre already standing next to the box 
    Spawn then open it but watch the area. Donít overlook the main objective
    Because you may not live long enough to take advantage of youíre newly acquired 
    Weapon from the fire sale. Also remember if you go down you lose your perks.
    So do you really want to go down and risk losing everything when you still have
    Good weapons and ammo? I hope not.
    
    
    14) Use 4 main camping spots to your advantage
    
    Power Switch Room --> PhD Landing Pad --> MPL Room --> Sickle Landing Pad
    
    Best 4 camping spots in the game and in that order. When it's time to go open 
    The door or use the lander and get out. Rounds 5-9 camp in Power Switch Room. 
    Rounds 10-30 camp in PhD and/or MPL Room. After Round 30 camp in Sickle Pad 
    Until itís time to use the lander. Do not go back to the Sickle Pad until the 
    Start of the next Round to camp there again. Go to any of the other three 
    Landing pads. You'll be better off at either of the other three then the Sickle 
    Pad.
    
    
    15) Use the 4 Landing Pads to your advantage when things get really bad
    
    Sickle Pad (first priority) --> PhD Pad <=> Centrifuge Pad <=> Claymore Pad
    
    Use lander and get out. then go to one of the other 3 pads and repeat. 
    Whatever you do, do not go to Sickle Pad. You only camp there at the start of 
    A Round. You will die if you go to the Sickle Pad. There are no traps or ways 
    To get out. There's only one way in and one way out (except with the lander). 
    And the only entrance will get very packed with zombies so you can't get out. 
    You've been warned.
    
    
    16) Don't open any doors that you don't need to open
    
    
    The more doors you open the more chances you have of getting hit from behind 
    Or flanked. Having a closed door behind you is a great camping method and the 
    Door should only be opened when they are boxing you in between them and the 
    Closed door behind you at the very last second. Also by having closed doors 
    You restrict the monkeys during the Monkey Rounds so it makes it easier to 
    Control what perks they can try to take. So try to hold off on opening that 
    Door for as long as possible.
    
    
    17) When you are ready for next Round just wait at camping spot for everyone
    
    This is an excellent way of knowing who is ready and who isn't. If you are 
    Camping in the MPL Room just ask anyone who is ready for the next Round to 
    Just wait at the camping Room before you finish off the final zombie. The last
    Thing you need is for the next Round to start and there are players who have 
    No ammo or did not get to buy a perk he needed. When all 4 of you are next to
    Each other in the camping area and everyone says there ready then someone 
    Finishes off the final zombie to start the next Round.
    
    
    18) Do not take the free perk from the monkeys unless everyone has 
    Juggernog, Speed Cola first and PhD as a 3rd option
    
    I always say Slow and Steady Wins the Race and this section makes a great 
    Example of that. Believe it or not the free perk is actually a trap setup by 
    Treyarch if you don't execute it properly. If everyone has the same perks for 
    The whole game then it makes it easier to defend them and the team is easily 
    Controlling their own destiny instead of the game controlling the team. So if 
    The team decides to not turn on the power in the early or mid-Rounds and then 
    The power gets turned on and everyone buys all 4 perks before the first monkey 
    Round, you will almost always get a monkey Round within one or two Rounds, 
    after turning on the power if you are already in the mid Rounds and have not 
    gotten a monkey Round. 
    
    Perhaps after everyone have the 2 required perks then 
    You may even get a free perk in the next monkey Round. If everyone buys 
    Juggernog at Round 12 then everyone buys Speed Cola at around Round 18 
    (After the second Monkey Round) then the team will not only defend these two 
    Perks easily for the whole game, but you may even get a free perk after the 
    Second monkey Round. Since you already got the two perks you all need
    (Unless you also need PhD) then you are all set for the whole game you can then 
    afford to lose one of the other 3 perks that you don't need. 
    Now if you do not take any bonus perks and continue to all buy the same perks 
    Together at the same time, the team may actually be able to have all 5 perks 
    around the third or fourth monkey Round if executed perfectly. If it's even 
    possible as i'm still working on getting 5 perks.
    
    
    19) If you're low/out of ammo hit the box or get a wall weapon
    
    If you just got Max Ammo drop in this Round and burned all your ammo in this 
    Same Round then you wills more than likely not see another Max Ammo for another 
    Couple of Rounds. So if you don't have a second weapon that you can use or 
    Canít afford to get rid of then go hit the box and try for a better weapon or 
    Swap LMGs when either is out of ammo.
    
    
    20) If youíre low on points get a wall weapon such as an MP5k/MPL/SMG/M16
    
    The MP5k is the best wall weapon when you need to rack up points to get back 
    On your feet. It will not kill zombies like a LMG will but it's enough to keep 
    Them alive while you continue to rack up a ton of points. If you do this early
    On you can rack up like over 50k points or more and then as you approach the 
    High 20s and 30s you can start using the box to get your weapon back with full 
    Ammo.
    
    
    21) Everyone on the team tosses all their Black Holes or Doll Bombs when a 
    Max Ammo Drops
    
    This is very important after Round 25 and especially in the 30s. You can have 
    up to 12 Tactical Grenades (3 for each player) active in the map at the same 
    time and get them all right back when you pick up Max Ammo. So why wouldn't 
    you do it. It makes your jobs easier, not to  mention a bunch of free 
    kills and points to go along with it. So when you see Max Ammo tell the
    team so everyone can toss all 3 of their Tactical Grenades and then pick it up
    when everyone used them all.
    
    
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    If you didn't read the tips above here's a quick recap of the strategy.
    Basically the whole team is going to camp in just 2-3 spots until Round 29-30.
    Rounds 5-10 you camp in the Power Switch Room. One guy covers the window next
    To the Power Switch; one guy covers the ceiling in between the window and
    Mystery box. The other 2 guys will camp at the top of the stair that leads
    To the Power Switch Room from the floor above Juggernog. Rounds 10-30 you
    Will all camp at the PhD Landing Pad and/or MPL Room 
    (that is the Room you enter if you open the Bottom door of the starting Room). 
    However, do not open the door that leads From the starting Room to the MPL 
    Room. You only open this door at Round 29 When things go really bad in the MPL 
    Room and camping just no longer works. To get to the MPL Room, from the Power 
    Switch Room go downstairs, in front of You are a locked door that leads to 
    Juggernog. Buy the door and then take all The stairs down to the final floor 
    at the very bottom. This is the MPL Room.
    
    In the Phd Landing Pad, 2 guys with LMG's will go prone at the top of the 
    stair. And one guy at each of the two windows. If one guy has a Tactical
    Grenade then he should take the window at the top that is on the catwalk.
    This is so that he has a better view of the area and can use the Tactical
    Grenade from up there to give the guys with LMGs extra time to prepare and
    get breathers or do revives. Don't forget to call the lander over to the PhD
    Landing Pad when the power gets turned on. Here you can also nuke with the PhD
    Perk by dolphin diving from the stair on the catwalk. Nuking stops working 
    after round 20 and requires multiple nuke attempts.
    
    In the MPL Room one guy (preferably the weaker player) will just watch the
    Only window in the Room (this is why this Room is really good for camping).
    The other 3 players will defend the only stair that leads to the MPL Room.
    Don't try and go up another floor because you think it's safe to go up there.
    Not only are you risking yourself and the team but your teammates will not
    Like that you are taking their kills and points. Everyone stands next to each
    Other so all 3 of you get an equal share of the action and equal opportunity
    Of points so everyone is happy.
    
    
    
    
    
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    Basically in this section i will post an ideal class setup for each player
    That works until Round 29. During Rounds 15-25 everyone should have
    Plenty of points to get there class setup finished. The weaker player 
    (In terms of knowledge of zombies or the map layout and his current weapons) 
    Should receive the easiest jobs and should follow his duty as planned. The 
    Other 2-3 players will camp the stairs at these two camping spots 
    (Power switch and MPL Room). You guys should be fine in this Room until Round 
    25 at which point you will all start to have trouble but can still hold off in 
    The MPL Room until Round 29.
    
    Also don't be afraid to hold off until around Round 20 to PaP your weapons. I
    Did not have to PaP any weapons until the 20s.
    
    Ok here we go, onto the classes.
    
    
    
    
    
    Weaker Player Class (The Assassin Class) [ASSIN7.1):
    
    
    This class belongs to the player who either has no knowledge of zombies or
    Does know how to play zombies but does not know the map layout yet so he's
    Learning and so he will rely on everyone else to cover him while he covers
    The rest of the team in the easiest ways possible. At any point in time
    During the game the player who was downed or has no weapons/ammo or no
    Points will become this class temporary. The class is responsible for
    Watching just one barrier only (sometimes two entrances that are very close to
    each other). 
    
    When this player has no ammo or has crappy weapons, his job is to do the 
    easiest jobs to stay alive while Insuring the other players do not have to 
    worry about a zombie flanking them from behind or the side, while they take
    care of the big waves that are coming. 
    
    He is called the Assassin simply because his job is to use an SMG to get 
    Headshots most of the time or Ballistic Knife + Sickle. SMGs have very little 
    Recoil and since the player will be burst controlling 
    (Single shot control burst is better). This way his ammo lasts longer and he 
    Wonít have to worry about ammo too much or need to buy more ammo off the wall 
    often. 
    
    Ballistic Knife and Sickle together give you 1 knife hit kills up until 
    Round 15. After Round 15 you need 2 knife hits to kill. After Round 20 you
    Need 3-4 knife hits. Just guard the window and knife everything that comes to 
    You from the window. If you can rebuild the barrier all the time and keep one
    Zombie there he will be your final crawler. While everyone else opens fire on 
    Anything else that comes towards the team.
    
    
    
    Early Rounds (Round 5-10):
    
    
    Here in the early Rounds his job is very simple. Just watch the window next
    To the Power Switch. If you are playing 2-3 players and not 4 then your job
    Is to also watch the ceiling to the right of this window (the little corner
    In between the window and the mystery box). Let one or two come in so you get
    Chances for bonuses but don't let them overrun this player. Give him some help
    if he needs it.
    
    
    The following crappy weapons are good for now in terms of priority from better
    To weakest:
    
    Sickle, Ballistic Knife, SMG, Shotgun, Pistol, Sniper Rifle, Crossbow, and 
    Launcher.
    
    
    Obviously a SMG/AR/LMG is the ideal weapon but the above crappy ones are good 
    For now.
    
    
    
    Tactical Grenades: None
    
    
    None required but either one is a nice bonus for the team. Doll Bombs are good
    For making a bunch of crawlers until Round 15. Black hole being better than 
    Doll Bombs after Round 15 because it sucks in and instantly kills any zombies 
    It sucks in.
    
    
    Perks: None
    
    
    You do not need any perks in Rounds 5-13. If someone did not follow the plan 
    and Turned on the power and bought Juggernog during Rounds 5-13 then yes buy 
    Juggernog too.
    
    
    
    
    Mid Rounds (Rounds 10-20):
    
    Here in the mid Rounds is where the Assassin Class is born if you do not have 
    A weak player on your team. Here this class has perhaps one crappy weapon from
    The ones in the early Rounds above and a decent or good weapon such as Assault 
    Rifles and LMG. He can still provide easy duties by guarding just one window 
    In the MPL Room. When a crappy or decent weapon runs out of ammo here the 
    Weaker player will be buying the MPL and MPL Ammo right next to him when he 
    Runs out of MPL Ammo. You can also knife only as previously mentioned. 
    
    Do not PaP the MPL just because you have infinite supply of ammo nearby. It's 
    Not worth it unless you are going for headshots. Especially after Round 15 
    When the HP increase to the zombies will cause you to waste ammo faster. 4500 
    Points are a lot for a crappy weapon to have ammo within easy reach. Doll bombs
    Or black hole (the latter being better) is great for Rounds 10-20 but the weak
    Class does not need it. It's nice if he has it though. Once the weaker player 
    Gets more points or learns the map better he will then convert from a weak 
    Class to a support class for Round 20 and beyond (which is detailed below). If
    Not he can just be a permanent assassin.
    
    
    Primary Weapon:
    
    
    MPL/MP5k
    
    You have infinite supply of ammo nearby. After Round 20 MPL/MP5k is useless 
    unless Youíre getting headshots or for racking more points so you either have 
    to get headshots with 1-3 burst Fire or simply trade it in for an AR/LMG 
    mentioned below.
    
    
    Galil
    
    The Galil perhaps just doesn't get the love it deserves simply because
    the HK21 gets used way too much. The fact is that the Galil does more damage
    than the HK21 (the HK21 is right behind the Galil though). The Galil gets a 5x
    Multiplier to the Head while LMGs don't. If you PaP the Galil you get a sight
    as an added bonus. The Galil is highly recommended and is without question the
    best general purpose weapon in Zombies.
    
    
    Secondary Weapon:
    
    
    FAMAS and/or RPK
    
    Either of these are good for Assassins because of the high fire rate and
    The extra damage you do over a SMG. Great weapons for getting headshots.
    The FAMAS is the weakest AR/LMG in the game so you should only be using the
    FAMAS in the early or mid rounds before switching to a better AR/LMG.
    
    
    AUG (PaP'd)
    
    You get a master key (that's a shotgun attachment) and a good AR combined into
    One weapon with high rate of fire to go along with it. The master key is a One
    Shot Kill until Round 15 so take advantage and PaP the AUG in the early Rounds
    If you get it. So if you have this and a SMG/MPL/FAMAS/RPK you are pretty much
    Set until Round 30.
    
    
    Commando/Galil/HK21
    
    Good choices for Assassins if you don't have the FAMAS or AUG. They're better
    Than a SMG but have slightly slower rate of fire than the FAMAS/AUG/RPK and 
    Lower magazine capacity than either LMG. The next valuable options for 
    Assassins are these.
    
    
    M16/G11
    
    Keep in mind the M16/G11 are 3 Round Burst Weapons. If you PaP either one
    Of these two they will become fully automatic. So in the later Round having a
    3 Round Burst AR is not good because you will have too many zombies coming to
    The barrier so PAP either of these in the late Rounds is recommended. The M16
    Becomes an AR and China Lake combined into one weapon, it gets a damage
    Increase as well. So the grenade launcher is good for clearing the Room. While
    The G11 becomes a mix of an RPK with any AR. It gets the highest magazine
    Capacity of any AR (48 bullets per magazine) and 288 ammo in reserves, a 
    Damage increase, and no sway.
    
    
    
    Ballistic Knife (PaP'd) and Sickle
    
    Since you are just watching one window for most of the game this combo is not
    A bad idea. Having both together is highly recommended. You will simply be
    Doing One Hit Knife Kills until Round 15. After Round 15 it becomes two/three 
    Knife hits to kill. If you do damage with another weapon first, then it 
    Becomes a one hit knife kill again. You will also have the ability to 
    Instantly revive a fallen teammate. They can provide cover for you while you 
    Do the revive(s). And don't forget the most important thing: You are not 
    Wasting any ammo at all. So you rack up a ton of points without worrying about
    Ammo. Keep MPL or a AR/LMG as your second weapon and your good to go until the
    Late Rounds.
    
    
    
    
    Tactical Grenades: Optional
    
    None required but either one is a nice bonus for the team. Black Hole is the
    Better of the two.
    
    
    
    Perks: 
    
    
    Required: Juggernog, Speed Cola
    
    You don't need any perks until after Round 13. After Round 13 only buy 
    Juggernog. Ideally this class should focus on Juggernog and Speed Cola as just 
    Those two should be enough to make it to Round 20 easily and should be enough 
    to make it into the late 20s and into the 30s. 
    
    
    Optional: Stamin Up, PhD, Quick Revive
    
    Stamin Up only recommended as a 3rd perk for this class if you are a secondary 
    Medic so if your teammates are far away so you can get to them fast and on 
    Time before they die.
    
    PhD is recommended only if you will be planning to dolphin dive off high 
    Places for explosion damage. Combined with Stamin Up and you can basically 
    Nuke and run away fast
    
    
    For Quick Revive, the other 4 perks are more useful for an Assassin than Quick
    Revive is. However do keep in mind that the ability to run really fast with 
    Stamin Up combined with Ray Gun will make you a secondary medic when revives 
    Are needed when the team is not camping and is running around the map.
    
    
    Not Required: None
    
    
    
    
    Support Classes (2-4 Players) [SUPRT7.2]:
    
    
    This is your main firepower. The backbone of the team, which is needed to make
    It to the late Rounds. Their job is simple. GUARD THE STAIRS AND PROVIDE
    SUPPORT WHEN NEEDED!!!!!!!
    
    
    Here i will provide 4 separate classes which assumes you are playing with 4
    Players and 2-3 of them are watching the stair that leads to either the power
    Switch or MPL Room (depending on which one you are camping). If you are not
    Playing with 4 players then skip or combine these classes for one of the
    Players.
    
    
    Support Class 1 (The Tank) [TANK7.3]:
    
    
    Your job is to provide the most support to your team. You are what your class 
    Says you are, which is a Walking Tank. You make crawlers, get bonuses when 
    needed and Help another player who is getting cornered by a group of zombies
    and could Die. This class should not pick up Death Machine because he's going 
    to be Doing most of the work for the team on the stair. If he's low on ammo 
    then He can pick up Death Machine. One of your best 2 players should be 
    assigned To this class.
    
    
    
    Primary Weapon:
    
    
    RPK or HK21 (the latter being much better):
    
    Doesnít matter if its PaP'd or not but make sure you PaP this weapon when
    Itís out of ammo, and at Round 25 it should already be PaP'd because you will
    Need the extra ammo. RPK fires faster so that could help this class. While the
    HK21 fires slower but has a lot more ammo. If you PaP'd a LMG and have no ammo
    Hit the box and trade it in for the other LMG so you can keep going.
    
    
    Galil
    
    
    The Galil perhaps just doesn't get the love it deserves simply because
    the HK21 gets used way too much. The fact is that the Galil does more damage
    than the HK21 (the HK21 is right behind the Galil though). The Galil gets a 5x
    Multiplier to the Head while LMGs don't. If you PaP the Galil you get a sight
    as an added bonus. The Galil is highly recommended and is without question the
    best general purpose weapon in Zombies.
    
    
    Secondary Weapon:
    
    
    LMG:
    
    Since either LMG or Galil is your primary weapon having the other LMG as you 
    secondary/backup weapon is not a bad idea. When both LMGs are PaP'd that is a 
    maximum of 1525 Rounds. That is enough ammo to last for a really long time and 
    generate over 15k points at the same time if all the bullets hit the Zombies.
    You basically have a mini death machine at all times so therefore you should
    never get the death machine unless you are low/out on ammo which will rarely
    happen until the late 20s and into the 30s.
    
    
    Ray Gun:
    
    A great secondary weapon when you want to clear the area around you of 
    Zombies. You shouldn't have to PaP this until Round 25 and beyond. Try to 
    hold off From PaP this until it runs out of ammo. After Round 25 it has to 
    be PaP'd. Try to conserve as much ammo as you can. Remember to aim at their 
    feet. If You have PhD you can aim near you (or at your feet) since you will 
    not take Any Splash damage. After Round 25 giving up a PaP'd Ray Gun to get it
    right back with full ammo is not uncommon at that point. If you do get it back
    don't PaP again until it's out of ammo. The Ray Gun is one of the two most
    rarest weapons from the box so getting it for a 3rd time right away when ammo
    is needed is something you want to hold off from doing until Round 30 
    hopefully. Be prepared to spend anywhere from 5k-50k points to get your Ray 
    Gun back for a 2nd/3rd time. Then you need 5k to PaP too, so make sure you 
    have plenty of points to do this. 
    
    
    
    Mustang and Sally:
    
    Probably the best secondary weapon a Tank Class can have is this underated 
    piece of beauty. Keep your starting pistol so you can PaP it for Mustang and 
    Sally ASAP and you will have the best underrated weapon in the game. The 
    reason behind it being Underrated is because Ray Gun and Thunder Gun are 
    better and they are also Overrated at times. By having Mustang and Sally as 
    one of your 2 weapons and your 3 main weapons for the entire game, you will be 
    able to fire this Awesome weapon if you go down after its PaP or when you need 
    to clear the Room. So keep it as there's no point In trading it in for 
    weapons you will eventually get rid of anyways.
    
    
    
    Tactical Grenade: Either One
    
    Having either one of these is better than nothing. Black Hole is the best one
    Of the two. You don't really need this but if you do get it then it's a bonus 
    To the team. After you reach Round 20 everyone on the team needs to start 
    Attempting to get the black hole as revives will become more common now. Doll 
    Bombs is also good after Round 25 for making crawlers so you do not kill the 
    Final zombie so the team can prepare for the next Round.
    
    
    
    Perks:
    
    
    Required: Juggernog, Speed Cola
    
    Speed Cola so you can reload faster. Youíre the tank so you must continue 
    firing as quickly as you can.
    
    
    Optional: PhD. 
    
    Get PhD when using Mustang and Sally and/or Ray Gun. It will save your life. 
    Trust Me on that.
    
    
    Not Required: Quick Revive, Stamin Up
    
    Quick Revive is not needed since there's a medic on the team already.
    
    Stamin Up you don't really need since it could sometimes backfire on you when 
    Youíre trying to get to a destination and you get there too fast.
    
    
    
    Support Class 2 (The Medic) [MEDIC7.4]:
    
    
    
    Your job is exactly like Support Class 1 (The Tank Class) but slightly
    Different depending on what Round you are in and situations like low ammo
    Count, low on points, bad weapons, etc... This should be assigned to the
    Player not as good as the best 2 players but better than the weaker class.
    You can also assign this to the player with the most points when you get to
    Round 29 so he activates traps. This class might have to provide support to
    The weaker class or the guy defending the entrance(s) when help is needed.
    
    This class should not pick up the Death Machine either but has higher
    Priority than Support Class 1 when it comes to the death machine. This is the
    Middle man really as he does a little bit of everything such as being the
    Weaker class at one point in the game, reviving the other players, using
    Traps, etc... So he's very important. He is the Medic because he is basically 
    In charge of reviving teammates and activating traps most of the time 
    (Since he will more than likely have the most points so he will buy and can 
    afford most of the traps). 
    
    Ideally it would help if this class also has Quick Revive for faster revives 
    (Unless you are using the PaP'd Ballistic Knife). However it is not required.
    Quick revive is also useless at Round 29 because you won't have space or time
    to revive anyone. 
    
    Here is the ideal class setup which this player will become as
    He is pretty much a clone of Support Class 1 for most of the time as he's
    Getting his class together.
    
    
    
    Primary Weapon:
    
    
    RPK or HK21 (the latter being much better):
    
    Both RPK and HK21 are your two main weapons until Round 25 when they must be
    Traded in for a Ray Gun. Ray Gun will clear areas easier than the weakened 
    LMG and you also run faster than a LMG with the Ray Gun. PaP'd Ballistic Knife 
    After Rounds 25-30 you should also consider if youíre trading a LMG in.
    
    Galil
    
    The Galil perhaps just doesn't get the love it deserves simply because
    the HK21 gets used way too much. The fact is that the Galil does more damage
    than the HK21 (the HK21 is right behind the Galil though). The Galil gets a 5x
    Multiplier to the Head while LMGs don't. If you PaP the Galil you get a sight
    as an added bonus. The Galil is highly recommended and is without question the
    best general purpose weapon in Zombies.
    
    
    Secondary Weapon:
    
    
    Ray Gun:
    
    A great secondary weapon when you want to clear the area around you of 
    Zombies. You shouldn't have to PaP this until Round 25 and beyond. Try to 
    hold off From PaP this until it runs out of ammo. After Round 25 it has to 
    be PaP'd. Try to conserve as much ammo as you can. Remember to aim at their 
    feet. If You have PhD you can aim near you (or at your feet) since you will 
    not take Any Splash damage. After Round 25 giving up a PaP'd Ray Gun to get it
    right back with full ammo is not uncommon at that point. If you do get it back
    don't PaP again until it's out of ammo. The Ray Gun is one of the two most
    rarest weapons from the box so getting it for a 3rd time right away when ammo
    is needed is something you want to hold off from doing until Round 30 
    hopefully. Be prepared to spend anywhere from 5k-50k points to get your Ray 
    Gun back for a 2nd/3rd time. Then you need 5k to PaP too, so make sure you 
    have plenty of points to do this. 
    
    
    
    Ballistic Knife PaP'd:
    
    The Ballistic Knife PaP'd is your class style. Since you are the medic it would 
    be more fitting to be able to revive teammates instantly. I would not use it 
    Though until after Round 25 as you can still do without it at that point. 
    Unless of course you plan to knife at a window all the time though. If you got
    plenty of points consider buying the Sickle for combined power increase. You 
    will then knife all the zombies that come in to the only window in the MPL 
    Room. You conserve ammo and will 1 or 2 hit knife the zombies until the late 
    Rounds. After Round 30 Ray Gun is highly recommended. Keep this so you can 
    continue to do instant revives as after Round 25 teammates will starting 
    needing revives more commonly than before. If you are going to be using this 
    you want to consider either Mustang and Sally Or Thunder Gun and no LMGs or Ray 
    Gun. That way you can clear the Room so you can Do instant revive(s). If you 
    do take the Thunder Gun then ask your teammates to Just open fire with Ray 
    Guns and LMGs and all zombies and that you will revive Them. That way they 
    don't have to worry about dying and losing their weapons. If you are not the 
    best player on the team then you should let the best player who is use the 
    Thunder Gun. SInce they have more experience than you they will know how to 
    properly conserve it's ammo and when and where to use it.
    
    
    
    
    Tactical Grenade: Black Hole
    
    You are the Medic and Black Hole is your ticket to reviving teammates safely
    
    
    
    Perks:
    
    
    Required: Juggernog, Speed Cola
    
    Speed Cola so you can reload faster. You're one of the tanks so you must 
    Continue firing as quickly as you can.
    
    
    Optional: PhD, Quick Revive
    
    
    Use PhD when using Ray Gun, Doll Bombs, any Launcher, or Crossbow. 
    
    Quick Revive is still useable until Round 28. As the Rounds continue the 
    Ability to quickly revive teammates begins to disappear to where it's almost
    next to impossible to do instant revive(s). 
    
    
    Not Required: Quick Revive, Stamin Up
    
    If you decide to use Ballistic PaP'd then quick revive is no use to you.
    
    Stamin Up you don't really need since it could sometimes backfire on you when 
    Youíre trying to get to a destination and you get there too fast.
    
    
    
    Support Class 3 (The Cleaner) [CLNR7.5]:
    
    
    Your job is to provide guaranteed protection to everyone else. Ideally you
    Want to assign this class to one of your two best players. Because his
    Experience and knowledge can judge if cleaning out the Room that very second
    Is really needed while conserving as much ammo as possible. You will provide
    Cover for the other players who will be reviving fallen teammates. You MUST
    Make sure that you do not fall and ensure that you can be the last player
    Left standing if need be. You will not be doing any revives unless a black
    Hole is active or you are certain the area is clear to do revive(s), or the
    Team is still in the early Rounds and you do not yet have the Thunder Gun.
    After Round 25 this class has to sit in a corner where he can see the entire
    Room from that spot so he sees everything that's happening and can figure out
    the best spot to aim to clear the Room. 
    
    This player should also have one of the two most points out of the team and so 
    He does not need to fire very much in the late Rounds as he did most of his 
    Work in the middle and the easier late Rounds (Rounds 20-25). Since he will 
    Not be firing much in the really late Rounds, he has more time to coordinate
    The team while the rest of the team is handling all the zombies. Ideally 
    This is the guy you want using the death machine since he will more than 
    likely have the least ammo on the team and he doesn't see very much action. 
    Not to mention he is the Room cleaner after all so it suit's his class style 
    Just fine. This class should also be the main claymore guy as he has more time 
    To stock and plant claymores to help clear the Room. Even though after Round 
    25 the claymores are almost useless but they help none the less. Especially
    When everyone starts to run out of ammo.
    
    
    Here is his class setup:
    
    
    
    Primary Weapons: <- DO NOTE I SAID WEAPONS NOT WEAPON LIKE IN PREVIOUS CLASSES
    
    The following 2 weapons are both your primary and secondary weapons. When one 
    runs out of ammo switch to the other to clear the Room.
    
    
    Thunder Gun:
    
    This is your main weapon. You'll want to hold off on PaP'd this this weapon 
    until Round 25 when you Pretty much run out of ammo on it because you used it 
    a lot in the previous Round or two. You can hold off on PaP that long if you 
    conserve your Ammo for it wisely. You will be using this weapon for clearing 
    out a Room or If someone is close to going down and needs a revive. You will 
    also provide Cover with this weapon to the medic as he revives player(s). You 
    want to use this only when theres a huge group of zombies (like over 15-20).
    When theres a small group (like 12 or less) switch to Mustang and Sally. This
    way you conserve your ammo wisely for this.
    
    
    
    Mustang and Sally:
    
    Probably the best secondary weapon a Cleaner Class can have is this underated 
    piece of beauty. Keep your starting pistol so you can PaP it for Mustang and 
    Sally ASAP and you will have the best underrated weapon in the game. The 
    reason behind it being Underrated is because Ray Gun and Thunder Gun are 
    better and they are also Overrated at times. By having Mustang and Sally as 
    one of your 2 weapons and your 3 main weapons for the entire game, you will be 
    able to fire this Awesome weapon if you go down after its PaP or when you need 
    to clear the Room. So keep it as there's no point In trading it in for 
    weapons you will eventually get rid of anyways. You want to use this only 
    when theres a small group of zombies (like 12 or less). When theres a huge 
    group (like 15+) switch to the Thunder Gun. This way you conserve your ammo 
    wisely for this.
    
    
    
    Secondary Weapon:
    
    
    RPK or HK21 (the latter being much better):
    
    Doesn't matter if its PaP'd or not but make sure you PaP this weapon when
    Itís out of ammo and at Round 25 it should already be PaP'd because you will
    Need the extra ammo. After Round 25 trade this in for Ray Gun. If you like you 
    Can also not PaP and trade this in for the other LMG. This way you do not spend 
    Way too many points on PaP and keep nearly infinite LMG ammo. Keep in mind the 
    Damage decrease past Round 25 will really start to hurt you. Don't try to do 
    Too much with a LMG pasted Round 25 unless you got Insta Kill which makes you 
    A mini death machine. If you can handle the damage decrease you have, then you 
    Can rack up twice as many points in a hurry pretty much. Just make sure you 
    Donít go down with a LMG in your hands. Switch to a Room cleaning weapon such 
    As your Black Hole, Mustang and Sally, Thunder Gun, or Ray Gun.
    
    
    Galil
    
    The Galil perhaps just doesn't get the love it deserves simply because
    the HK21 gets used way too much. The fact is that the Galil does more damage
    than the HK21 (the HK21 is right behind the Galil though). The Galil gets a 5x
    Multiplier to the Head while LMGs don't. If you PaP the Galil you get a sight
    as an added bonus. The Galil is highly recommended and is without question the
    best general purpose weapon in Zombies.
    
    
    Ray Gun:
    
    A great secondary weapon when you want to clear the area around you of 
    Zombies. You shouldn't have to PaP this until Round 25 and beyond. Try to 
    hold off From PaP this until it runs out of ammo. After Round 25 it has to 
    be PaP'd. Try to conserve as much ammo as you can. Remember to aim at their 
    feet. If You have PhD you can aim near you (or at your feet) since you will 
    not take Any Splash damage. After Round 25 giving up a PaP'd Ray Gun to get it
    right back with full ammo is not uncommon at that point. If you do get it back
    don't PaP again until it's out of ammo. The Ray Gun is one of the two most
    rarest weapons from the box so getting it for a 3rd time right away when ammo
    is needed is something you want to hold off from doing until Round 30 
    hopefully. Be prepared to spend anywhere from 5k-50k points to get your Ray 
    Gun back for a 2nd/3rd time. Then you need 5k to PaP too, so make sure you 
    have plenty of points to do this. 
    
    
    Tactical Grenade: Black Hole
    
    Again you're the Room cleaner so black hole is required for this class.
    
    
    Perks:
    
    Required: Juggernog, Speed Cola
    
    Speed Cola so you can reload faster. Everyone needs faster reloads eventually.
    
    Optional: PhD 
    
    PhD is highly recommended for this class but not required. Only when using any 
    Launcher, Crossbow, Doll Bombs, Thunder Gun, Mustang and Sally, or Ray Gun. 
    The Crossbow doesn't matter if it's PaP or not. But After Round 25 the 
    Crossbow must be PaP'd. PhD will come in handy for explosions and splash 
    damage or nuking which also is used to clear the area. 
    
    
    Not Required: Quick Revive, Stamin Up
    
    Since you won't be doing most or hardly any revives it's just not worth having 
    For this class. And when you do need to do a revive you cleared the Room 
    Anyway so it's still safe to do normal revives without it.
    
    Stamin Up you don't really need since it could sometimes backfire on you when 
    Youíre trying to get to a destination and you get there too fast.
    
    
    
    Support Class 4 (The Trapper) [TRAP7.6]
    
    
    I decided to add this class into the guide simply because traps become pretty 
    much required after Round 25 so i thought it would be nice to add a class just 
    for trap usage. Basically this class uses weapons from any combination of the 
    previously mentioned classes to rack up points so that this class can use 
    Traps. Since traps become expensive after a while you want to conserve as much 
    points as you possibly can. You can have anywhere from 1-4 Players becoming 
    this Class at any given point in the game. 
    
    This class mostly uses a SMG/LMG to rack up points to use for traps and a Room 
    cleaning weapon as his secondary weapon to clear the area so he can get to the 
    trap and activate it. When this class has alot of points saved up he trades in
    his SMG/LMG for a PaP'd Crossbow. When ammo is a problem The Trap Class simply 
    buys more ammo or trades in the LMG at the box for the other LMG. Or the LMG 
    gets PaP'd if he cannot get the other LMG to continue a full supply of 
    Max LMG ammo. The Trap Class will be primarily using the two Incendiary Traps 
    on the map. If he has more than enough points he can also use the turrets on 
    the map. The turrets are almost next to useless after Round 25 but they do 
    help conserve some much needed ammo. Just make sure to balance out the ammo
    usage with the turret.
    
    So now let's take a look at the weapons that the Trap Class will be using:
    
    
    Primary Weapon:
    
    
    SMG/LMG
    
    MP5k and MPL are great SMG weapons to rack up a lot of points with. The low 
    damage and low bullet penetration combined with low range makes these two 
    excellent candidates for the Trap Class as they will not kill zombies so you 
    can continue to rack up more points. They are also within easy reach of either
    Incendiary Trap. LMGs will work great for racking up a ton of points in a 
    hurry. RPK has less ammo and burns through ammo faster. Not to mention it 
    does less damage than the HK21. However it does kill faster than the HK21. A 
    very nice mix of having a SMG with a AR and an HK21 all combined into one. 
    While the HK21 has a lot more ammo and does more damage than the RPK. However 
    it does fire slower than the RPK. But the good thing about firing slower than 
    the RPK is that it doesn't burn through ammo like the RPK does. Either way 
    these are great for racking up points so that you have enough points to use 
    Traps when you really need to.
    
    
    
    
    Crossbow PaP'd:
    
    This weapon is the Trap Classes best friend when he has more than enough points
    to use traps. It's great when you need to get to a trap. Shoot it way ahead or 
    behind you and every zombie will just go to that area giving you further time 
    to get to the Incendiary Trap. Shooting the Crossbow at Stamin Up or the Door 
    into the Claymore Landing Pad are great spots when heading to that Incendiary 
    Trap. If you are heading to the Courtyard you may want to shoot it towards the 
    big door that is closed when going into the PaP Room. If not the turret is 
    another good spot. If your on the side of the PhD Lander then shoot it towards
    the PhD or the door that leads to the main Room above Juggernog. Either way 
    just look for spots where you can shoot it to where the Zombies will get away 
    from you and not towards you while your still able to keep the area in front 
    of you clear so you can get to the trap and can use it safely. If you can 
    shoot the crossbow into the actual Incendiary Trap then all zombies nearby 
    will pass through the Incendiary Trap and become extra crispy once the trap is
    activated. That is the perfect way to use a crossbow while watching them burn
    to death as a nice added bonus.
    
    
    Secondary Weapon:
    
    
    Thunder Gun or Mustang and Sally
    
    Either of these two is great for clearing the area in front of you so that you 
    can make it safely to the Incendiary Trap. A must to have whenever possible.
    
    
    
    Tactical Grenade: Black Hole
    
    You're the trapper so this class needs it. It gives you time to get to the trap
    and allows you to hold off from not having to use the Incendiary Trap just yet
    until the time is right (which is usually after they respawn).
    
    
    
    Perks:
    
    Required: Juggernog, Speed Cola
    
    Speed Cola so you can reload faster. Everyone needs faster reloads eventually.
    
    Optional: PhD, Stamin Up 
    
    PhD is highly recommended for this class but not required. Only when using any 
    Launcher, Crossbow, Doll Bombs, Thunder Gun, Mustang and Sally, or Ray Gun. 
    The Crossbow doesn't matter if it's PaP or not. But After Round 25 the 
    Crossbow must be PaP'd. PhD will come in handy for explosions and splash 
    damage or nuking which also is used to clear the area. 
    
    Stamin Up you don't really need since it could sometimes backfire on you when 
    Youíre trying to get to a Destination/Trap and you get there too fast. Still
    if your getting to a Trap and see yourself about to get boxed in and you see
    a small gap that you can squeeze by, the extra sprint and movement speed will
    really come in handy. A noticeable perk to say the least for this class and 
    one worth trying and seeing if it does/doesn't work out for the Trapp Class.
    
    
    Not Required: Quick Revive,
    
    Since you won't be doing most or hardly any revives it's just not worth having 
    For this class. And when you do need to do a revive you cleared the Room 
    Anyway so it's still safe to do normal revives without it.
    
    
    
    
    
    
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       |          8. Round 30 and Beyond [RND30]        |
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    As I have only made it to Round 29 so far as my highest I think I have 
    Somewhat of an idea as to how the 30s is done. I may be wrong in this section
    So if you have gotten to the 30s and know these tips do not work and/or would 
    Like to provide tips, gladly email me (contact info in the contact section) 
    And I will look into it and give you credit if posted on the guide. Anyways so 
    Letís take a closer look at the things to be prepared for when approaching this 
    Daunting and challenging set of Rounds.
    
    
    Classes:
    
    Here in the 30s and beyond all the classes above can be pretty much be 
    Thrown out the window. They just simply won't work very well and everyone just 
    Has to survive the onslaught of never ending zombies heading your way. The 
    Medic and Cleaner are still very useable for their roles. You can also 
    Convert the Assassin and/or The Tank into just being a Trap Class. Where they 
    can use traps if they have enough points to use them. If you place a Trap 
    Class at each Incendiary Trap they can activate it on the PhD Landing Pad 
    Side, while the Medic and Cleaner are on standby to save the Trappers if they 
    go down. Not to Mention by activating it on the PhD side they can still both 
    run back to the PhD Landing Pad and everyone can regroup and get ready to use 
    the lander there if need be. 
    
    
    Zombies:
    
    In the 30s zombies have an unusual amount of health and more just keep on 
    Coming at you and your team. Weapons are almost next to useless at this point. 
    They also come at you in what looks to be an infinite wave that just never 
    Stops. You may get a breather here and there while they respawn. Take this 
    Brief breather to plan ahead and to reload all your weapons and get ready for 
    The battle that is soon approaching. At Round 30 each zombie has a health of
    7030, there are also a total of 42 Zombies per respawn here so please keep 
    that in mind. So at 4 players 7030 * 42 = 295,260 total health for all 
    zombies per respawn. At round 30 there will be 189 total zombies with 4 
    players. so 189 * 7030 =  1,328,670 total health for all zombies in the Round.
    So keep that in mind as you have to make sure the team has well over 1+ 
    million in total damage to survive the rounds at this point. If you don't 
    you will get an early exit or will quickly find ammo to be a huge problem.
    A PaP'd Galil does a maximum of 577k worth of total damage when te 5x head
    multiplier is factored in. So if 3 guys have PaP'd Galil with full ammo
    and they all aim at the head you should be able to survive this round
    pretty easily while a guy with Thundergun gives them all plenty of cover.
    
    
    Monkey Rounds:
    
    I don't know the difficulty of monkeys in the 30s as i haven't gotten to the 
    30s just yet. I don't even know if they still spawn (they most likely do) but 
    I will try to provide you with as much information as I can for their 
    difficulty in the 30s. From what I've seen in the 20s if you do not have a Ray 
    Gun, Thunder Gun or Mustang and Sally for the 30s don't expect to survive the 
    Monkey Rounds in the 30s (especially if you are low or out of ammo) during 
    Monkey Rounds. They will most likely be coming in more numbers in each group 
    and will begin to Pound the ground around you thereby pounding you to death. 
    Protect Juggernog and Speed Cola as your two most important perks. If you lose 
    PhD you can always buy It during the start of the next Round. If you lost 
    Stamin Up or Quick Revive. Donít worry about it as they are not very important 
    in the 30s.
    
    
    Traps:
    
    Here in the 30s, traps are highly recommended as your weapons will begin to 
    run Low or out of ammo in every Round. The two turrets on the map are 
    basically Useless at this point as they barely do anything to the zombies 
    because of Their Health Increase. So this is where the other set of traps 
    comes in handy and they are the two Incendiary Traps. 
    
    Incendiary Traps are recommended whenever you have a chance to use them. They 
    Instantly kill all zombies who pass through it with a wall of flames pretty 
    Much. They are very good when you are low or out of ammo. They are also a 
    Great way to conserve ammo while not risking yourself too much. They are 
    Basically like a mini nuke except they only kill what pass through them and 
    not anywhere on the map like the nuke does. 
    
    If you can position the zombies perfectly you can activate the Incendiary Trap 
    On the open side that gives you a chance to run to the other Incendiary Trap 
    While the other is still cooling down. Effectively giving you infinite 
    Incendiary Traps provided you can reach them on time while they finish cooling 
    Down. Not to mention you also have the points for them. 2-3 uses of these 
    Incendiary Traps is not uncommon in one Round when in the 30s. 
    
    So make sure you have a stock pile of points or you will quickly waste away 
    Your points. Having about 3k-6k points on reserve for the Incendiary Traps for 
    Every Round is a good estimate. As you progress further into the mid-30s you 
    May want to increase your reserve points for the Incendiary Traps from 6k to 
    somewhere around 10k or more for each Round. 
    
    
    Weapons: 
    
    Here in the 30s the only weapons worth using are: Ray Gun, Thunder Gun, PaP'd 
    Ballistic Knife, Claymores, Mustang and Sally, Black Hole, Doll Bombs, PaP'd 
    Crossbow, SMG, LMG, AR, and maybe even the PaP'd M72 LAW, and that's it. 
    All other weapons are not good in these Rounds and would only be used for the 
    sole purpose of racking up points, such as the Galil, Commando, AUG. All these 
    weapons in the 30s will quickly run out of ammo so it's important to try and 
    conserve as much ammo as you can. Alternating between the Galil and a LMG
    is highly recommended when ammo and/or points becomes a problem.
    
    Ray Gun will now take anywhere from 2-4 shots to kill. Mustang and Sally begin 
    to lose their one shot kill effectiveness and may now take 2 shots to kill. 
    The black hole here at this point should only be used when you are waiting for 
    The lander to finish refueling. It gives the lander just enough time to finish 
    Refueling. Do not use them as revive protectors because the players who need 
    Revives can just drag themselves over to the lander and then you guys can 
    Activate the lander and get out of there. Then as the lander is moving to 
    Another location you can safely and easily revive your downed teammates.
    
    
    Ammo:
    
    Like previously mentioned ammo in the late 20s and into the 30s really starts 
    Being a problem. Max Ammo Drops don't happen as often now as they did before. 
    You may get a max ammo somewhere between 2-3 Rounds and it's just simply not 
    Enough to help your lack of ammo cause. Whenever low on ammo consider trading 
    in the weapon at the box so you can reacquire your weapon back with max ammo. 
    If it's a rare weapon like Ray Gun or Thunder Gun expect to blow anywhere from 
    10k-50k points or even more just to get it back and with full ammo. If you 
    have a LMG you only need about 5k points before you get either LMG. 
    Alternating between the Galil and a LMG is highly recommended when ammo and/or 
    points becomes a problem.
    
    
    Points:
    
    If lack of points is a problem then consider wall weapons as valuable weapons 
    At this point. Trade in your weakest weapon or lowest ammo weapon for a SMG or 
    M16. AK74u, MP5k, MPL, and M16 are all good wall choices here in the really 
    Late Rounds when points and/or ammo are a problem. The low bullet penetration 
    And low damage of the SMGs will provide a ton of points. While the M16 gets a 
    Grenade launcher and becomes fully automatic when PaP'd. However keep in mind 
    The ammo for the PaP'd M16 is 4500 points every time so that starts to get 
    Expensive really fast. Alternating between the Galil and a LMG is highly 
    recommended when ammo and/or points becomes a problem.
    
    
    Perks:
    
    If you do go down you should only worry about Juggernog and Speed Cola at this 
    Point. If youíre low on points then just worry about a weapon. If you do go 
    down you can always be revived without losing any perks because you never 
    bought any. However don't buy Juggernog if you can't afford a weapon. Thereís 
    no point in Buying it if you're going down because you couldn't buy a weapon. 
    Your Just wasting much needed points if you do that. So focus on getting a 
    weapon Before Juggernog.
    
    Landers:
    
    The landers at this point are required. You will simply not survive without 
    Using the lander to bail you out of trouble unless you are circling and 
    Stalling around the map. When you are entering a landing pad area call in the 
    Lander so that by the time you need to use it, it is already done refueling 
    And is ready for use. So let's go ahead and look at each of the 4 landing pads
    That you can use:
    
    
    The Sickle/Speed Cola Landing Pad: 
    
    This Landing Pad is the worst pad you can be at as there are no traps, 
    One way in/out (besides the lander), and is a very tight space area with no 
    Room to walk around. It's an easy way of getting boxed in. If you do end up 
    Here use Thunder Gun and Mustang and Sally, and maybe even black holes. You 
    Want to keep the area as clean as possible while you wait for the lander to 
    finish refueling so that when it's done you can get out of there. 
    
    
    Centrifuge/Starting Room Landing Pad
    
    Next up is the Starting Room Landing Pad, which is actually the most 
    underrated landing pad of the 4 as it is overshadowed by the PhD Landing Pad. 
    The reason why the Starting Room Landing Pad is good and underrated is because 
    You have the Centrifuge here which is basically a free trap. All you have to 
    Do is run in circles around it and stall until it activates and takes out all 
    The zombies that are following you. Another good reason is the fact that the 
    Landing Pad is right in a corner that has no windows or openings so you get to 
    see a wide area in front of you while being able to bail out if you need to. 
    So if you have Mustang and Sally and Thunder Gun you can camp here for a while 
    cleaning up the area and then get out when you run low or out of ammo. 
    
    
    The Claymore/Stamin up Landing Pad: 
    
    The Claymore Landing Pad is not a bad 3rd option either it has many objects in
    The area and so the zombies have to navigate around these objects so it gives 
    You some time to reload and stuff. The only bad thing about the Claymore 
    Landing Pad is that there's only one way in and one way out 
    (Besides the lander). On the upside though one of the two Incendiary Traps is 
    Near here. So if you can get to it, it is a great way of conserving ammo and 
    Making the Round go by faster at the same time.
    
    
    The MP5k/PhD Landing Pad:
    
    And finally we have the almighty Over Powered and Over Rated MP5k/PhD Landing 
    Pad. Here you have multiple ways to deal with the zombies. Two windows which 
    Can be easily guarded by 2 players. Two guys at the top of the stairs who can 
    Throw infinite grenades. Easy spots to throw down the Black Hole or Doll 
    Bombs. A great camping spot (next to the window on the catwalk) for sniping, 
    Using the PaP'd Crossbow, nuking, or any type of launchers. And best of all, 
    Easy and close access to all the traps on the map. All the other landers have 
    Some sort of trap that is not within easy reach, but the MP5k/PhD does and 
    Thatís part of the reason why most players love this landing pad as their main 
    Camping or Go To spot.
    
    
    Camping Spots:
    
    
    Camping spots in the 30s is almost not recommended at all. Simply because the 
    Second you kill a zombie another zombie will spawn at a barrier that is 
    Closest to your current position. So you now have to worry about not getting 
    Flanked from behind or the side. However there are some camping spots that are 
    Still effective even at these really late Rounds so let's take a closer look 
    at some of these:
    
    
    MPL Room: 
    
    If you've been following this guide you already know how much I love the MPL 
    Room for camping. However if you use the PhD landing Pad for Rounds 10-30 you 
    Can still use the MPL Room as a temporary camping spot, pending the door to 
    The starting Room is still closed. Just do the best you can to hold off in 
    Here and kill some time to get as many zombies as your team can get to spawn 
    Before you open the door to the starting Room. You won't last very much in 
    Here unless you can keep the Room clear at all times. Once you open the door 
    To the starting Room you should just go straight to the landing pad and camp 
    That corner of the Room and call in the lander if it's not already there. If 
    You are going to camp in the MPL Room in the 30s, then i highly recommended 
    You already have the lander at the starting Room. That way you don't have to 
    Wait for it to finish refueling and can get out when you need to. The Room 
    Will be crowded with zombies from every direction so you should be ready to 
    Leave at all times.
    
    
    Sickle Landing Pad:
    
    
    This landing pad is only good for camping at the start of a Round when you get
    To the high 20s and into the 30s. Like previously mentioned there are no 
    Traps and there's only 1 way in/out (besides the lander). Not too mentioned 
    This Room is really small and tight spaced so boxing you in is not only really 
    Easy for the zombies but it's going to happen eventually. So let them spawn 
    And when there closing in and boxing your team in, take the lander and get the
    Hell out of there. Don't come back until the start of the next Round or unless
    you end up here again randomly, when using the pad from the starting Room. 
    And if that's the case you must make sure the area is clear at all times while 
    You wait for the lander to finish refueling so you can get out of there.
    
    
    Electrical Fence:
    
    
    I like to call this fence The Electrical Fence simply because if you look at 
    It you can see symbols and stuff about electricity. And its right next to the 
    Power switch. It is located next to the Power Switch in between the power 
    Switch and the hole in the wall next to the Incendiary Trap on the way to the 
    PaP Machine. This electrical fence is really going to come in handy when you
    Need a place to camp. The reason I like this fence is simply because it is 
    The only door in the map that you never need to open as you can get to the 
    other areas of the map without opening this fence. 
    
    Not to mention both sides of the fence are tight spaced and so you can gather 
    A bunch of zombies for an easy Thunder Gun or Mustang and Sally use. Also you 
    Can kill some time and stall for all zombies in that 1 of multiple waves to 
    Spawn so you can do circles around an area and stuff. If you camp it from the
    Power switch side you can stay in here for as long as you can then open the 
    fence and jump through the hole in the wall. 
    
    If you camp it on the hole in the wall side then you can 
    Keep it as a permanent camping spot since you never have to open the fence 
    Since you can jump out the hole in the wall. If you do open the fence from 
    That side you will have to work your way down the stairs just to get back to 
    The main floor so be very careful about the dangers of opening the fence and 
    Heading to that side. Only do that if you have a Thunder Gun or Mustang and 
    Sally or even a Ray Gun, so that anything in front of you can quickly go down
    So you can get back to the main floor of the map.
    
    
    The Hole in the Wall:
    
    I like camping at the hole in the wall because it has so many uses. It's a 
    Very versatile hole in the wall that can bail you out of trouble depending on 
    Where the zombies are spawning from. You have quick and easy access to the 
    Incendiary Trap right next to you as well as 3 different routes. 
    
    They are: the Room above Juggernog on the main floor, the PhD Landing Pad, 
    Or the alley route leading to the turret on the way back to the starting 
    Room on the way to the Ak74u and Stamin Up. 
    
    
    Incendiary Fence:
    
    Another underrated camping place is by camping on the actual Incendiary Trap 
    Right next to the fence next to the courtyard. If you leave this door closed 
    Then that means you have to use The Electrical Fence right at the highest part 
    Of the map or the Room where the Power Switch and starting box spawn is, 
    Especially if you need to get to Speed Cola or Sickle Landing Pad. You can 
    Camp either side of the fence wait till you are getting boxed in then 
    Open it. If you need some help then activate the trap to bail you out. 
    This is a great camping spot that is often overlooked for other more effective
    And great camping spots.
    
    
    Stamin up Room:
    
    Probably the single underrated Room on Ascension is the Room where Stamin Up 
    Is since no one uses it. The green pool of acid on the floor can cause you to 
    Go down because your movement speed sharply diminishes as a result of it, so do 
    Keep that in mind when staying in this Room. You have an Incendiary Trap 
    nearby, As well as access to a landing pad to get out of danger. Not to mention 
    the AK74u which at least can give you a steady supply of ammo at this point, 
    Although the damage won't be very high it is still something to use when doing 
    circles (especially in this Room) or your out of ammo. 
     
    
    Courtyard:
    
    The Courtyard may perhaps also be another underrated Room to camp in. It has a 
    Turret and the other Incendiary Trap on the map. Since you have two traps in 
    One Room, you can easily activate one of the two traps, while the other trap 
    Is still cooling down. There is a green pool of acid that will sharply slow 
    Down your movement speed in this Room as well. However running circles in this 
    Room is a very good tactic to stall or when you need the turret to help you 
    Kill some zombies. Not to mention you can take the stairs up to either the 
    Hole in the Wall while the incendiary Trap is still active or go up to the 
    Sickle Landing Pad and quickly call the lander and provide cover, while you 
    Wait for the lander to arrive and finishes refueling.
    
    
    
    
    So there you have it an insiderís look at some of the most helpful Tips to not 
    Only the biggest map in all of Zombie Mode but an insider's look to the hardest 
    Rounds and most of the Rooms on the map all in one section. Please feel free to
    Provide any further suggestions or tips by contacting me. Contact information 
    Is below in the Contact Section (EMAIL007).
    
    
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    Q: Where is the PaP Machine located?
    
    A: It's located under the huge rocket that goes up to the launch pad after you
    Turn the power on. To get to it you must first unlock the PaP Room. It's done
    By using all 3 different landing pads with the lander vehicle. After the
    Third landing pad is used you will hear the man say something about waiting
    For authorization or something like that. Now go to the launch trigger right
    Next to the Power Switch to authorize launch sequence. The rocket will then
    Blast off like in the map "Launch" and then the PaP Room will be unlocked. To
    Get to the Room you must go to the Room all the way in the back that has a
    Turret and mystery box spawn. It's a big open field with a ramp and had a big
    White clear looking door (which you can see through). On the other side of
    This gigantic door is a drawing on a wall in front of you that looks
    Identical to drawings on other walls located around the map. The door use to
    Be locked but now it's open. Go in and to the right you'll see the PaP
    Machine.
    
    
    
    Q: What about defending the perks from the space monkeys?
    
    A: Well like I said at the start of the guide. Do not buy a perk before Round
    12-13. everyone will be fine without any perks until then. Now when you get
    To Round 12-13 you will only buy Juggernog. When the first monkey Round
    Comes, everyone will camp on the Juggernog floor. Plant claymores on both
    Stairs that lead to the Juggernog floor (one upper stair and one lower
    Stair). Also plant 2 claymores inside the actual Juggernog Room which is
    Really small and tight. After defending Juggernog you will get a free perk.
    The first monkey Round (if you follow this guide properly), should come
    around Rounds 13-18.
    
    The second monkey Round you call can repeat as before and defend Juggernog,
    Or have 1-2 guys defend Juggernog and the other two players defend speed
    Cola. If you think you can defend 3 perks then guard PhD in the second monkey
    Round and then defend Stamin Up on the third monkey Round. Don't worry about
    Quick revive it's the least important perk of the 5. If you think you need 2
    Players defending Juggernog then do it. Even if that means having your 2 best
    Players at Juggernog. You cannot lose Juggernog or the team will be a trouble
    (This monkey Round will come around Rounds 19-24).
    
    
    For the third monkey Round you will need two (maybe 3) players defending
    Juggernog. And the remaining 1-2 players will defend speed cola. Again if you
    Think you can protect a 3rd perk then only defend Stamin Up in this third
    Monkey Round as you will need it for the next Rounds (this monkey Round
    Should come around Rounds 25-30).
    
    
    Q: Any way of protecting multiple perks from the monkeys on either solo or 2-4 
    Players?
    
    A: Yes, on Solo if you buy Quick Revive as your only perk you can easily 
    Defend all 4-5 perk machines at once. Once you get a monkey Round and get a 
    Free perk you will receive a perk that has doors that have not been opened 
    Yet. If you never open the doors that lead to that perk they can never take 
    it from you until you go down or get revived yourself. 
    
    On multiple players it's harder but you need 1-2 guys at each perk location. 
    Then you need Ray Guns, Thunder Gun or Mustang and Sally. The more Mustang 
    And Sally you have the more perks you can easily defend at once.
    
    
    Q: Speaking of the monkeys and perks is there any way to get all 5 perks onto 
    Your character?
    
    A: Well I cannot honestly answer this question just yet. Some people claim to 
    Get their 5th perks from the monkey Round as part of their free perk that the 
    Monkeys drop. Others say that it's simply not possible and you can only have 4 
    Perks at once. I myself have tested this, but I could not complete the task 
    Yet to confirm if it's possible or not. I came very close to completing it 
    Though but it's not easy and you need Ray Gun to make it easier to complete 
    The challenge. Here are some things to try though:
    
    In solo you must never open doors to any perks that is not 
    Quick revive or PhD. Now you just defend quick revive and get a free perk. 
    Continue until the 3rd monkey Round, get the final zombie 
    (monkey Rounds 1-3 are 6 monkeys only) to follow you and not the perk machine. 
    Drag him over to PhD and then kill it. The monkey drops the perk in front of 
    PhD. You buy PhD and pick up the free perk to claim the 5th perk 
    (If it's even possible). After you do this please kindly contact me and let me
    Know if you got all 5 perks or not as I'm still trying to do it. Proof with 
    Video or a picture would be nice so we can confirm or deny this once and for 
    All.
    
    In MP it's rather easy. You hit the box once or twice. Everyone gets a decent 
    Or great weapon. Then everyone has to save up about 15k points before turning 
    On the power and/or buying any perks. Once each of you saved up 15k buy all 
    The perks except Juggernog. Juggernog is sealed off and has both doors closed 
    To it. So as long as the two doors to Juggernog are closed the monkeys can 
    Never take away your Juggernog. Ray Guns and Mustang and Sally are ideal for 
    Handling with the monkeys (especially when they pound the gRound).
    
    
    Q: I am always really low on ammo, or points, what tips can you provide 
    Me?
    
    A: Well this is a common problem for most people so don't feel like you are a 
    Bad player for needing ammo or points. There are simply some things that you 
    Need to work on to get passed this problem. Here are some tips:
    
    If youíre low on points you have to stop wasting points wherever needed. Don't
    Buy perks that you don't need (that is dependent on what class(es) you are 
    Using. Try not to use the box so much and only when your weapon(s) run out of 
    Ammo. The same thing with PaPing a weapon. Only PaP it when it runs out of 
    Ammo or after the 20s/30s. Also do the best you can to not go down or die. You 
    Then have to rebuy your perks and weapons again so you continue to be low on 
    Ammo and points if you do. Not to mention your team now has to work harder 
    Because of you keep going down. So do the best you can to not go down 
    (especially before Round 25). 
    
    If you are low on ammo all the time then you just have to work on conserving 
    Your ammo. If you are using a Black Hole, Ray Gun, Thunder Gun, or Mustang and 
    Sally make the ammo count. Use them only when thereís a group of zombies for 
    Splash damage or clearing the Room. Don't use them just to kill one or two 
    Zombies. If your using a LMG aim for the head. Hip Firing a LMG and aiming for
    The head and in short bursts is a great way to kill zombies and conserve as 
    Much ammo as possible. That saved ammo you conserved can be used when a bunch 
    Of zombies are close together so then you can go Rambo all you want on them?
    
    
    Q: What about if Iím low on points and ammo or dying/reviving is not a problem?
    For me?
    
    A: If points is a problem and not ammo, or because you don't go down as much 
    then try these tips:
    
    Consider using a wall weapon or LMG to rack up a lot of points. SMGs are really 
    Good for racking up a ton of points in the high 20s and into the 30s. MP5k and 
    MPL are highly recommended for this as they are within easy reach and provide 
    The lowest damage out of the 4 main SMGs. Not to mention you can buy more 
    Ammo at easily accessible areas and at a very cheap price as well. PaPing SMGs 
    Is not a good idea for racking up points because when you need to buy more 
    ammo? For it, it gets really expensive at 4,500 points every time you need more 
    ammo.
    
    
    Q:Why is getting heashots so important?
    
    A: Well mainly because you save plenty of ammo, and you receive more points 
    than if they're killed anywhere else. But most importantly most weapons have a 
    Head Multiplier. SMGs and AR have a 5x Multiplier, LMG have 3x, and Sniper 
    Rifles have a whopping 10x Head Multiplier. So think about those multipliers 
    as the rounds progress and get harder with Increasing Zombie Health. So if 
    that Zombie has 7,030 of Health at Round 30 and you have a Sniper Rifle with 
    a Base Damage of 2,000, and you shoot him in the head you get a 10x 
    multiplier, so you actually do 20k worth of damage. That's more than enough to 
    kill it with one shot. Now think about how far you can go into Zombies with a 
    Sniper Rifle that can deal 20k Damage Per Shot. 
    
    
    Q: What is the best general purpose weapon in Zombies?
    
    A: Some people swear by a LMG, Thunder Gun, Ray Gun. I myself say the best 
    general weapon is defined from things such as ability to restock on ammo, 
    damage, range, multipliers, reload time, etc... Without question the best 
    general purpose is The Galil. It does more damage then the HK21 with better
    mobility to go along with it. Not too mention it's more common in the box than
    a LMG and you get a sight when you PaP it. Let's also not foget the 5x 
    Multiplier for shooting at their heads. By far the best general purpose weapon
    and at a Max Damage of over 577k Max when at Max Ammo it is simply more than
    enough to do more damage than a HK21 anyday. The added sight and higher RoF is 
    also nice. The Galil is without question a Top 5 Weapon and is also a Top 3 
    Overall in Multiple Categories. You just can't go wrong with the Galil as it 
    has too many good things and hardly (if any) negatives.
    
    
    Q: What weapon is the best besides the Thunder Gun?
    
    A: That would be the Ray Gun. Ray Gun produces over 400k of Max Damage. That's 
    3 times as much as a HK21 or Galil. And that's not even factoring Splash 
    Damage which can easily push this weapon until the one million max damage 
    barrier.
    
    
    Q: What are some underrated weapons?
    
    A: Any Shotgun and Mustang and Sally are very underated. The FAL is also a 
    very highly underrated weapon. The Galil is also underrated and only because
    the LMGs get all the love and so the Galil doesn't get very much attention. 
    Consider trying these underrated weapons on your next playthrough and see how 
    they work out of you. You should quickly be able to see how they do more 
    damage than most weapons that are normally used.
    
    Q: How do i do the Nodes/Major Easter Egg on Ascension?
    
    A: Since this is a long process and the information is always changing, the 
    best thing i can tell you is to use Google, look on Message Boards and/or look 
    at Youtube Videos. Use keywords like: Black Ops, Ascenion, Nodes, Major Easter 
    Egg. Those keywords should help you in finding the most up to date information
    about this.
    
    
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    -Credit goes to lxl M4TRIX lxl, and DontFearTheHobo for showing me some of
    The tips (camping in the MPL Room, Sickle Landing Pad, and Power Switch Room)
    As we were playing.
    
    -Credit goes to anyone else i probably have missed. If i forgot to give you
    Credit i am truly sorry but just kindly contact me (via email) and i
    Will gladly give you credit.
    
    -Credit goes to me for making this guide and thinking of some of the
    Strategies and tips. Most of the tips came from other zombie maps and/or
    Playing on Ascension and learning new things every time i play it.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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       |          11. Contact & Suggestions [EMAIL007]  |
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    Contact me at wilmer007@gmail.com
    
    Under subject please put "Black Ops: Zombies: Ascension" or "BO:ZO:AS". If
    The subject line is not either of these two I will ignore it and may mark it
    As spam as well.
    
    You can e-mail me for various reasons, including praise, tips, suggestions,
    Errors I had, questions, etc...
    
    If you would like to play on XBL my gamer tag is wilmer0072000. If i send you 
    A friend request on my alternate gamer tags is because Iím either sorting my
    Friends list or i simply have nearly maxed out my friend list and need more 
    Space so Iíll save you on one of my alternate gamer tags. All my gamer tags 
    Start with wilmer007 so you will it's me. If i do place you on one of my 
    Alternate gamer tags you should send me a message to my normal gamer tag 
    (wilmer0072000) if you want to play. If you send a message to an alternate
    Gamer tag more than likely i will not even get to see it. As i only log in
    To the alternate gamer tags when i need to add friends to it.
    
    Also please do not send me messages over XBL to comment on the guide. XBL is 
    Simply for playing. If you send me a message regarding my guide 
    (Either good or bad) right after you friend request me, i will take you off 
    My friends list and block you on XBL. That is what my email is for, so that you
    Can send comments and stuff over to my email, not on XBL.
    
    
    
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