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25th Aug '11 6:48:02 PM
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*The official hint book really messes this theory, as interesting as it is. The Hans clones that appear in the final episode's secret level are stated in the hint book to be Hans and Gretal's identical twin brothers. So while Schabbs may or may not have been involved with turning them into super soldiers, the blame on there being so many of them falls on Mr. and Mrs. Grosse.
13th Nov '10 4:05:25 PM
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[[WMG: Where does B.J. put all of his weapons in between stages?]] The stage change elevator has a capacity of only 215 pounds, and since B.J. weights 210 pounds, he can only carry on a 2 pound lugger and 16 bullets.
29th Oct '10 3:58:26 AM
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Whether Doctor Schabbs had a hand in the family bloodline is still anybody's guess. Also, the maze seems more like BreakingTheFourthWall of the storyline as Apogee had a special contest planned to see who could find the "correct" path through the maze. In the end, this is just a fun wild guess.
Whether Doctor Schabbs had a hand in the family bloodline is still anybody's guess. Also, the maze seems more like BreakingTheFourthWall of the storyline as Apogee had a special contest planned to see who could find the "correct" path through the maze. In the end, this is just a fun wild guess. [[WMG: The series takes place in an alternate universe version of Nazi Germany, Spear of Destiny takes place in a different alternate universe, and at the end of that game everything reverts to normal.]] The Nocturnal Missions begin in a world where the Nazis have a viable chemical weapon program, an undead soldier project in the works, and every military and technological advantage imaginable. BJ Blazcowicz halts the chemical weapons plot, demolishes the undead soldiers, and finally kills Hitler himself. However, a fanatical SS officer has found the Spear of Destiny (which has thus far shown no special powers) in Hitler's private quarters. He invokes the Spear's power and wishes for a world where the Nazis rule all. Unfortunately, the Spear responds by reversing time by several years, bringing all the Nazi enemies and plots toegether, and making the Spear the sole reason for Hitler's success. Blazcowicz learns of the Spear and, after fighting through hordes of Nazis, recovers it, thus ensuring an Allied victory in Europe. The rest is exactly as you've read about it in the history books...D-Day, Battle of Stalingrad, fall of Berlin, Hitler committing suicide in his bunker, etc.
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