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  • Canon Foreigners / Crossover: All of the characters in this sub-page were not in Downfall. They came from other works of media, or are based on real people.
  • Satellite Characters: Sort of. The Council of Hitler characters feature prominently in a series of videos by Hitler Rants Parodies, but other Untergangers simply use them as gag characters. The U-Boat, Stalin, Gaddafi, Revolution, American Girl, My Little Pony, and Inside Out characters are really only used by a few Untergangers (such as John Hitchcock) and ignored by others. And most of the other characters listed here are one-shots or otherwise don't appear very often.

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    Council of Hitlers 
Different versions of Adolf Hitler from other films and media, or perhaps other universes. They have formed an organization, although there are many internal conflicts caused by petty egos.
  • Arch-Enemies: They're all rivals, with each individual trying to establish themselves as the greatest Hitler.
    • Evil vs. Evil: As a result of this rivalry, they ended up causing the War of the Hitlers.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Most of them ended up crossing the horizon during the War of the Hitlers as the Real Hitler gains the upper hand.
  • Gotta Kill Them All: During the "War of the Hitlers", they all prove to have a murderous hatred of each other. It began with Downfall Hitler assassinating Valkyrie Hitler, which split apart the whole organization. Even before that, several Hitlers expressed a desire to kill the others, with the war finally giving them the chance they wanted.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: All of them have bad tempers.
  • Large Hams: Same as above.
  • Massive Multiplayer Crossover: Each of the other Hitlers is usually from another movie. As Hitler has been played by many actors, the members are too many to count...
  • Misplaced Accent: All of the Hitlers (except for Downfall Hitler, Inglorious Basterds Hitler, and Real Life Hitler), lack Austrian accents and don't even speak in German, for that matter.
  • Not-So-Omniscient Council of Bickering: While the name "Council of Hitlers" suggests a mysterious, evil organization that works together, this video by HRP (which, keep in mind, is suggested to take place before they all go to war) paints quite a different picture. Especially accentuated as no Hitler is able to find Fegelein.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Most of them have one in the "War of the Hitlers" when they found out that their Steiners could not carry out an assault.
  • Which Me?: They all get into arguments about which is the real or better Hitler.
    • Made even more ironic by the fact that the real-life Hitler is actually part of the "council" though not seen as often as Inglourious Basterds Hitler or The Bunker Hitler.

Adolf Hitler (Real Life)

  • Big Bad: In the "War of the Hitlers" series, he is the most powerful and dangerous of all Hitlers, while also allying himself with the Na'kuhl.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Proves his superiority over most of the other Hitlers during the "War of the Hitlers" through both firepower and the fact he's allied with evil aliens.
  • Killed Offscreen: Though we do see Downfall Hitler's Pencil of Doom destroy the building he was in.
  • Million Mook March: Several scenes showed him doing this with his troops (obviously using real life footage).
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Appears to see himself as one in the ninth episode, where he declares that it's his job to eliminate the infighting within the former council by killing its members.
  • You Have No Chance to Survive: In his final speech in the last episode of the "War of the Hitlers":
    This war will be won! The United Reich army has no chance of defeating us! Attempts by a traitor to cause chaos within the Reich will fail! Very soon, our Reich will unleash its true power! The other Hitlers must admit defeat! They have no chance of victory, and only delay the inevitable! It is our destiny to win this war and nothing can deny us our final victory!

Adolf Hitler (Inglourious Basterds)

  • Butt-Monkey: Perhaps more so than Downfall Hitler. The scene where he gets machine-gunned to death by assassins in a movie theater is often used.
  • Canon Discontinuity: He had already been killed by Downfall Hitler in one of HRP's earlier videos, but this was retconned later on in HRP's "War of the Hitlers".
  • Catchphrase: "Nein nein nein nein nein!" note 
  • Embarrassing Nickname: "Inglorious Hitler"
  • Kill It with Fire: He defeats The Rise of Evil Hitler by firebombing his Reich.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: At the end of the "War of the Hitlers" he realizes that he's no match for either Real Hitler or Downfall Hitler and decides to go into hiding. Unfortunately for him, the latter ends up finding him.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Downfall Hitler defeats him by destroying the cinema he's in using his Pencil of Doom.

Adolf Hitler (The Bunker)

Adolf Hitler (Hitler: The Last Ten Days)

Adolf Hitler (War and Remembrance)

  • Catchphrase:
    • "Nonsense! What is this NONSENSE!?!?"
    • "If I do not hear from Steiner within fifteen minutes, somebody will be SHOT!
    • "The war is lost! Lost! LOST! LOST, STUPID!"
  • Driven to Suicide: Due to his failure in the War of the Hitlers.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: "Hammy Hitler"
  • Evil Brit: He's played by Steven Berkoff.
  • General Failure: Even compared to the other Hitlers, he screws up a lot due to mismanaging his army, all while blaming everyone but himself for his failures. So much so that his own men try and fail to assassinate him.
  • Largest Ham: Is quite possibly the most over-the-top of all the Hitlers. When he learns that his Steiner failed to attack, he reacts as if he's having a temper tantrum.
  • Never My Fault: Fails to realize his own mistakes during the War of the Hitlers, placing the blame on his own generals instead.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: How some of his men try to assassinate him. Unlike Valkyrie Hitler, he survives and tries to use it to rally his people, but it doesn't help in the long run.

Adolf Hitler (Dear Friend Hitler)

  • Driven to Suicide: Due to his failure in the War of the Hitlers.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: "Hindi Hitler"
  • The Napoleon: Is notably much shorter than the other Hitlers as well as his own bunker staff.
  • Never My Fault: Not as bad as War and Rememberance Hitler, but he's quick to blame his generals for his Reich's failures during the War of the Hitlers and claims that his plans would have worked if they weren't so incompetent.
  • Race Lift: It's very obvious that he's played by an Indian actor, Raghubir Yadav. (All of the German characters in this film were also played by Indian actors.) Humorously, he's also the one who most vocally proclaims his hatred of the other Hitlers.

Adolf Hitler (Hitler: The Rise of Evil)

  • Kill It with Fire: The Inglourious Basterds Hitler firebombs his Reich to oblivion at the beginning of the 7th "War of the Hitlers" episode.
  • Killed Offscreen: We do see the firebombing on his Reich by the Inglourious Basterds Hitler, though.
  • Violent Glaswegian: He's played by Robert Carlyle.
  • Walking Spoiler: See the amount of tropes spoiled out.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Along with Valkyrie Hitler, appears in only a few episodes, in this case two before getting finished off.

Adolf Hitler (Valkyrie)

  • Evil Brit: He's played by David Bamber.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Downfall Hitler destroys his HQ using his Pencil of Doom, causing it to explode.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears in the first episode of the "War of the Hitlers", where Downfall Hitler assassinates him with his pencil of doom, which started the war in the first place.

Adolf Hitler (The Death of Adolf Hitler)

  • Evil Brit: He's played by Frank Finlay.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He doesn't appear during the "War of the Hitlers" even as a cameo despite being on the Council, leaving it unclear if he was even involved in the war, or if he was unceremoniously killed off as one of the "minor" Hitlers.

Adolf Hitler (Er Ist Wieder Da)

The newest addition to the Council of Hitlers, who therefore is absent from the War of Hitlers. Nevertheless, he already has made several appearances, and is slated to appear in a followup by HRP.
  • One Steve Limit: Gets very mad when he discovers that the username "Adolf Hitler" is already used by other members of the Council.

     U-Boat Parodies 
Based on Das Boot.

Heinrich Lehmann-Willenbrock

The Captain of U-96 and star of the U-Boat parodies, Willenbrock is a loveable rogue with an agenda of his own- to make Hitler's life as miserable as conceivably possible, and then go even farther.
  • The Captain
  • Foil: To Adolf Hitler himself- in contrast to the latter's ranting about mundane things, Willenbrock is much more level-headed and stays focused on the task at hand. Naturally he usually succeeds or at least finds ways to benefit from Hitler's misery.
  • Loveable Rogue
  • Rogue Agent

Lt. Werner

Willenbrock's master of antics. Quiet and reclusive, but extremely clever and subtle- he knows Hitler's weak spots and he'll exploit them.
  • The Lancer
  • The Quiet One: Werner actually has very little dialogue in the film, and most of the few lines he does have are pretty short.
    • Beware the Quiet Ones: He might appear at first glance to be just a really shy and reclusive officer, but whenever Captain Willenbrock finds an antic-related job for him Hitler's in a lot of trouble...
  • Karmic Trickster

Fritz Grade

  • Shopkeeper: He runs an entire antic shop that is often visited by Captain Heinrich Lehmann-Willenbrock and Lt. Werner whenever they need some equipment.

Captain Philip Thomsen

The navy's grand master of antics, and one of the grand masters of the antic order.
  • The Alcoholic: Thomsen has litearally one scene where he isn't drunk... and it's one of two appearances in the entire film.
  • Weapon of Mass Destruction: The aptly-named Bottle of Mass destruction, which can cause massive chaos if the cork is struck twice, which also happens to be in the hands of a drunk...
  • Rousing Speech: The most commonly-used scene with Thomsen involves him delivering a drunken speech. Often he's used to make an announcement but he's also done straight speeches and bad stand-up comedy.

     Stalin Parodies 
Based on Tukhachevsky, Conspiracy Marshal.

Joseph Stalin

The dictator of the Soviet Union. He usually stays behind the scenes to make Hitler's life miserable.
  • Arch-Enemy: Hitler, just like in Real Life History.
  • Ascended Extra: Stalin is mentioned only once in the original video (and sometimes the subtitles don't even include his name), but now he has his own series.
  • Badass Mustache
  • The Chessmaster: Plots various schemes that all cause problems for Hitler.
  • The Ghost: He was occasionally mentioned in some of the original Steiner rants.

Mikhail Tukhachevsky

A Soviet general who commits antics against Hitler.
  • The Chessmaster: Schemes just as much as Stalin does.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Specializes in driving Hitler and other targets here, as his antics tend to be more psychologically damaging than those of other antic masters.
  • Good Parents: Despite the above, he's shown to be a loving father to his daughter Svetlana.
  • The Prankster: Though loyal to Stalin and FAR colder and more ruthless than the others, including Fegelein.
  • The Stoic

Nikolai Yezhov

     Gaddafi Parodies 
Based on real footage of Muammar al-Gaddafi.

Muammar al-Gaddaffi

Khamis al-Gaddaffi


    Revolution Parodies 
Based on A Fistful of Dynamite.

John Mallory

A psychotic demolitions expert from Ireland, Mallory bears a strong irrevocable grudge against Hitler for reasons unknown. Whatever it is, Mallory is determined to blow up Hitler by any means necessary, and will destroy anything else that may get in the way of his quest.

Juan Miranda

Mallory's sidekick, a bandit frequently forced to help out with whatever scheme Mallory has planned.
  • Butt-Monkey: While on-screen he usually fares alright, Juan has talked about being the subject of abuse by Mallory on several occasions.
  • The Drag-Along: Juan is constantly forced to help Mallory in his latest scheme. It doesn't help that Mallory keeps hacking his Fegelbook account and posting embarrassing messages.
  • Sidekick
  • Motor Mouth: Any time he gets something to rant about, like SOPA

    American Girl Parodies 
Based on American Girls films.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Pretty much sums up them up - Felicity, Kit and Sam might look like a bunch of innocent ten-year olds, but they can pack a lot of punch, especially for Lissie, the colonial antic master.

Felicity Merriman

  • Beware the Nice Ones
  • The Quiet One: Merriman rarely speaks in the parodies. This is mostly due to the fact that no foreign-language dubs of the film are known to be in circulation, although some of the videos use Shailene Woodley's dialogue from the German-language dub of The Descendants.
    • No longer the case when Unterganger Venkyra21 stumbled upon a Czech dub of An American Girl Adventure while making an episode of Grand Master of the Antic Order.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones
  • Karmic Trickster
  • The Prankster: Lissie has actually been portrayed as one alongside Elizabeth Cole in the original books (Very Funny, Elizabeth to be specific), but it isn't as extreme or as ludicrous as with her depiction in the parodies.
  • Fiery Redhead

Kit Kittredge

Samantha Parkington

  • Drama Queen
  • Rousing Speech: Most of the parodies involving Samantha typically use the "Progress in America" speech scene in the film, which originally had Parkington denounce the horrors of child labour, altering the subtitles to make it look as if she was giving a speech about Xbox Live or SOPA.

Ruthie Smithens

  • Butt-Monkey - Taken to the extreme when Kit shoots her best friend for trying to inform her of useless things.
  • Girly Girl - in contrast to Kit's tomboyish personality.

Edward Merriman

Maryellen Larkin

    My Little Pony Parodies 
Characters from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic that have appeared in numerous crossover-parodies. They are often used by Untergangers like SUPERMARIOGALAXY13, BarBossTheStallion88, and Mitch the Slayer.
  • Adaptational Villainy/Cute Is Evil: Most of them are given antagonistic roles in the parodies, whether they be trolls or outright murderers.
  • Beware the Cute Ones: All of them are much more powerful and easily set off in the parodies.
  • Flanderization: All of their personality traits are greatly exaggerated from the show, with many parodies outright using fanon elements from the show.

Twilight Sparkle

A unicorn pony with two separate personas, one that loves reading and learning, and one that seems to be obsessed with molesting everything.

Rainbow Dash

A rainbow-colored Pegasus pony that occasionally causes trouble in the bunker. Burgdorf is known to be attracted to her.

Pinkie Pie / Pinkamena Diane Pie

A pink pony that also has two separate personas, one that loves to party, and one that loves to murder.


A Pegasus pony that tends to be an unintentional annoyance to the bunker.


A fashionista unicorn with a strong tendency to overreact to situations.


A earth pony that runs a successful apple business.
  • Demoted to Extra: Aside from occasionally appearing in the background, she serves virtually no role in the parodies.
  • The Ghost: When she's not appearing in the background, she's usually this.

Derpy Hooves

A cross-eyed pegasus that's as clumsy as her name would imply.

Apple Bloom

Applejack's little sister, who like many other characters loves to commit antics.

Princess Celestia

Tyrant ruler of Equestria with an apparent deep hatred of humans, and also an apparent mastery in Antics.

Princess Luna

The sister of Princess Celestia, who in this continuity is still trapped on the moon.

     Inside Out Parodies 
Based on Inside Out.

Riley Andersen

  • Demoted to Extra: Sure, her mind gets all the attention, but this time, it's mostly without the context of it being her mind.


  • Brutal Honesty: She is willing to talk about how Sadness is useless and should be eliminated right in front of her.
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: Appears to reveal her full name, Radost' Vladimirovna Ulyanova. In other words, more likely than not the daughter of Vladimir Lenin.
  • Villain Protagonist: Not only is she a commentary on her canon self's ambitions, she is also a terrifying example of what would happen if someone like Hitler was actually (mostly) respected.


  • Only Sane Man: While Joy isn't the most liked emotion, he is the only one to see her true colors.

Mrs. Andersen

Riley Andersen's mom and the Inside Out parody answer to Günsche.
  • The Pollyanna: No matter what she is informing about, she will find a bright side to it. Even if it means outright lying.

     Meme Characters 
Characters who come from viral videos and other Internet memes. This includes fictional characters as well as parodies of real people.

Rick Astley

A British singer known for the song "Never Gonna Give You Up", otherwise known as the Rickroll. He has pestered Hitler on a few occasions. The two have even fought a duel to the death once.

Eduard Khil

A Russian singer known for the nonsensical version of the song "I Am Glad, 'Cause I'm Finally Returning Back Home", otherwise known as the Trololo. He has pestered Hitler on multiple occasions. And he also fought with Goebbels once.

Keyboard Cat

A cat that's known for playing a keyboard. Despite its innocent appearance, it is quite capable of mass destruction. It once battled with Gunsche and later nuked the entire Reich.

Chuck Norris

An almighty powerful being that has crossed paths with Hitler on multiple occasions, even once battling him.

Angry German Kid

Fellow German ranter with a fierce hatred of Hitler.

Slender Man

A mysterious monster who stars in another Internet meme. He appears in "Slender Man Invades the Bunker!".

    Original Characters 
These characters were created by Untergangers.

Jodl Head

A mysterious monster who resembles the head of Alfred Jodl, but is a separate individual. The Jodl Head pops up in many of TheSilverUniverse's parodies, and was featured in a two-part mini-documentary. He may also be related to Soalric's Jodl Ghoul.

Goebbel Ghost

Another evil spirit similar to the Jodl Head, but it resembles Joseph Goebbels. Appears in "The GoebbelGhost" (Part 1 and Part 2).

Candle Face

Yet another evil spirit who inhabits the bunker, and also resembles Joseph Goebbels (and may in fact be him). He appears in "Ghost in the Bunker" (Part 1 and Part 2).


A cyclops who resembles Hitler. Hitler keeps Hidlar captive for some reason.

Fegelein's Grandma

The grandma of Fegelein, who Hitler claims gave those nasty genes to her grandson. Hitler tries to rob her to recapitalize the Reich-treasury, with zero success.


A bear resembling Fegelein who attacks Hitler and Eva in a park, only to get beaten up by the former.


Various extraterrestrials who look and act like Hermann Fegelein. As such, they're also fond of antics and trouble.

Reltih Floda

An equivalent of Downfall Adolf Hitler from a Mirror Universe. Unlike his counterpart in the main Parody Universe, Reltih manages to Take Over the World and is the overlord of his world. He wants to kill all the other Hitlers, and pretty much the whole Parody Universe.

Hsub Etak

An equivalent of Kate Bush from a Mirror Universe. Unlike her counterpart in the main Parody Universe, Hsub is extremely annoying and off-key, and widely considered one of the worst singers in the universe.


A recurring character in SUPERMARIOGALAXY13's parodies. She is Hitler's daughter, note  who Fegelein secretly teaches antics to. As a result, she pranks Hitler and the rest of the bunker quite commonly.

The Destroyers

A group of aliens who used to be members of the Antic Order, but were expelled millennia ago due to their radical views. They serve as the main antagonist of Battle for the Bunker.

     National Political Leaders 
Other characters who lead nations, serving as counterparts to Hitler, Stalin, Gaddafi, etc.


The Emperor of Japan. Another antics master who torments Hitler every time he visits Japan.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: With Fegelein in "Hitler's third trip to Japan".
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul
  • Irony: When Hitler travels to Japan the fourth time, Hirohito gives him a favor to bring him uranium in exchange for an atomic bomb to win the war. In real life, Hirohito stood against the creation of an atom bomb.
  • The Prankster / The Trickster / Troll: As of "Hitler's second trip to Japan", he becomes a very dedicated troll like Fegelein. It's also been hinted that he was a very dedicated prankster in the past.
  • Satellite Character: Rarely appears in parodies, but when he does, he pranks Hitler most of the time.
  • Smug Smiler: When one of his antics results in success, he flashes this expression on-screen.

Benito Mussolini

The dictator of Italy. Another major player in the Axis powers who helps Hirohito out with antics from time to time.

Napoleon Bonaparte

Emperor of France that sometimes will also help Hirohito out with antics. At one point he tried out to be Hitler's successor as Fuhrer, but was rejected.
  • Anachronism Stew: To an even bigger extent than the rest of the characters, seeing as how he's from the 1700's.
  • The Napoleon: Played straight unlike his real-life counterpart, as this Napoleon actually is short.
  • Satellite Character: Does not appear often, and when he does it's usually just a cameo.

George W. Bush

Former U.S. President that Hitler appears to hold a deep hatred for.
  • The Prankster: One of the "Hitler's trip to Japan" videos briefly reveal that he helps Hirohito out with antics.
  • Shoe Slap: Both Hitler and Fegelein have attempted to throw shoes at him, but he managed to dodge both attempts.
  • Super Reflexes: The explanation behind how he's able to dodge the shoes.

Barack Obama

Another former U.S. President. Hitler also isn't fond of him.

Vladimir Putin

Russian President / Prime Minister. Like all the other non-German politicians, he has a rivalry with Hitler.

Donald J. Trump

The current U.S. President. Hitler really hates him, especially when he gets compared to him.

Actors, musicians, and other entertainers.

Justin Bieber

A pop star whom Hitler absolutely despises to the point of wanting him executed.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of bad music.
  • Butt-Monkey: There are literally hundreds of parodies that centre around or involve Hitler trying to kill Justin Bieber, with varying degrees of success (this is a rare time when some untergangers are willing to let Hitler win). Outside of the parodies, he's widely hated by nearly everyone, to the point where there have literally been wars declared against him.
  • Depending on the Writer: The methods of killing him and the person who does it varies from video to video.
  • Dreadful Musician: Being the personification of bad music, no duh.
  • Foil: Toward Kate Bush. As the universe's representation of bad music.
  • Hate Sink: All of the Untergang characters universally despise him.

Kate Bush

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Austrian bodybuilder that seems to have no idea who he is. Was one of the rejected contenders for Hitler's successor.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander/Talkative Loon: Towards the end of his interview, he begins wandering off and randomly quotes his own movie roles.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: He says that if he were to catch pranksters, he would teach them how to throw a discus.
  • The Ditz: Is basically this overall.
  • It Amused Me: His apparent motivation for trying out as Fuhrer.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: Constantly changes his backstory throughout his interview, due in part to his personality issues.
  • Not Listening to Me, Are You?: Hitler says this to him at one point while he continues babbling nonsense.
  • Not So Different: Averted, as Hitler points out that they have nothing in common besides being from Austria.
  • Rugged Scar: Is missing skin around one of his eyes, revealing his endoskeleton underneath.
  • Split Personality: At one point he says he's a Terminator, at another point he says he's Hercules, at yet another point says he's a famous comedian, and so on.
  • Time Abyss: Says he's been alive for thousands of years, but of course it's questionable if he's telling the truth.

     Miscellaneous Characters 
Characters from other works of popular culture.

Darth Vader

Evil dark lord of the galaxy. Hitler has had some interactions with him before, such as when Vader challenged him to a "Ja ja ja!" vs. "NOOOOoooooooo!!!" battle (which Hitler loses). At one point he also tried to be Hitler's potential successor as Fuhrer, but was quickly rejected.


The protector of the Mushroom Kingdom, who attacks Hitler for sucking at World 1-1. He appears in "Super Mario vs. The Führerbunker!"

Indiana Jones

Adventurer and archaeologist that has foiled many of Hitler's plans, such as stopping them from getting a hold of the Lost Ark and stopping them from getting the power of Atlantis, which Hitler had intended to use to destroy Fegelein. Despite Hitler's frustration at Indiana, he is apparently a big fan and was honored to autograph his book.

René Belloq, Herman Dietrich, and Arnold Toht

Three prominent members of Hitler's archaeology team. They are killed when Hitler attempts to show them Justin Bieber's "Baby".

The Joker

A no name criminal in clown makeup that occasionally causes chaos for Hitler and the bunker.

Jack Torrance

An assassin that Hitler considered hiring to kill Justin Bieber, but later decided he was too crazy.

Hannibal Lecter

Justin Bieber's former psychiatrist, who later becomes a cannibalistic psychopath.

Dr. Strangelove

Wheelchair-bound Nazi scientist that eventually and inexplicably gains the ability to walk.

Queen Elsa

Ruler of the Norwegian kingdom Arendelle that possesses ice powers. She is Hitler's (apparent) ex-girlfriend, whom he attempts to get back together with, only for her to tell him in song to "let it go". He later attempts to extract her cryokinetic powers in order to freeze Fegelein's heart and kill him, but his plan fails due to Steiner's troops being overwhelmed with fear and infatuation with her.
  • Action Girl/One-Woman Army: Takes out several of Mohnke's men.
  • Distracted by the Beautiful: Part of the reason why Steiner's troops failed to capture her.
  • Femme Fatale: While not an outright villain, she's much more devious in the parodies, as Mohnke mentions that she killed 10 of his men when they visited her mountain.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: Krebs mentions this as one of her formidable abilities.
  • In-Series Nickname: "The Snow Queen"
  • Intangibility: Krebs mentions this as another one of her secret abilities, whilst showing a clip of the blooper where her hair braid passes through her arm.
  • In the End, You Are on Your Own: After hearing of Steiner's failure, Hitler announces that he will face Elsa by himself.
  • Musical Episode: What all the parodies she appears in generally are.
  • Noodle Incident: Why/How they broke up. Burgdorf believes it has something to do with Hitler's mustache.
  • Operation: [Blank]: Hitler's plan to freeze Fegelein's heart with Elsa's powers is called "Operation Shot Through the Heart and I'm to Blame".

The Na'kuhl

Aliens from the future who aid Real Life Hitler during the War of the Hitlers.

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