SS Occultist Jürgen Schlag
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Nationality Greater German Reich
Birth Place Munchen?
Ethnicity German
Birthdate Unknown
Concept Nazi Occult Acquirer
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"Blood and Iron is what Germany is built on, yes, but it is arcane knowledge that will guarantee the ascendancy of the German Reich. I do not expect you ignorant peons to understand my part to play in this, but be assured that your sacrifices will not be in vain."

Origins

Not much is known of the childhood of Jürgen Schlag, but it is strongly hinted at that he originated from Munchen. Contradicting rumors placed him as the son of an unsuccessful merchant or a crippled soldier, but the most likely truth was that he was the bastard son of a minister. In any case, Schlag had many arcane symbols tattooed on his back and arms when he was a mere child, leading many to believe that at least one of his parents was a practicing warlock or witch. Thus Schlag grew up with a strong fascination with the occult, and must have perused many a forbidden tome in his youth which would eventually warp and twist his personality. Between his strange interests and his family's poverty, Schlag often found himself bullied by other children in school; his anger and hatred of his classmates grew in silence, but each time he was beat up by bullies, he learned to defend himself a little better. Schlag quickly learned that respect came from not merely occult knowledge, but strength as well. With his single-minded will, Schlag pushed himself until he was the biggest bully in school, the apex predator of his school.

Discovery

During the Great War, Schlag served with distinction as an Oberfelwebel on the western front, often displaying an almost psychotic courage while leading his men in battle; as a result of his brutality in the field, Schlag quickly earned the nickname "Leichenesser" in his regiment. Schlag further proved his commitment to the German war effort by taking an active hand in development of an improved mustard gas, which would be far more lethal than normal mustard gas, while retaining the original's decidedly unsavory effects. Fortunately for the Allies and unfortunately for Schlag, his lab exploded one night, burning him severely and dousing him in his own deadly poison. Miraculously, Schlag somehow survived, but ended up severely scarred. Because of the damages to his face, Schlag resorted to keeping his ruined face hidden behind thick bandages. He had been known to survive numerous injuries since, but seemed to have develop some unnatural ability to shrug off physical damages beyond mortal ken. It is whispered that Schlag is more undead than man, killed long ago by the mustard gas he created.

Faces of Evil

Following the rise of the Third Reich, Schlag enthusiastically joined the Nazi party and worked his way through the ranks of the Schutzstaffel, ultimately becoming one of the Reich's top acquirer of mystical artifacts. In the intervening years, Schlag acquired for Hitler, and subsequently President Harrer any number of relics from across the world for the greater glory of the Reich. In his latest expedition, Schlag led a platoon of SS soldiers to Central America in search of the fabled El Dorado. Racing for the prize against the Germans was the British archaeologist hero Tom Ton, as Schlag led his men in hot pursuit of their rival through the jungles of the Yucatan. Ultimately, Ton and Schlag faced off on top of one of the pyramids; who would win the prize for their respective nations? Will Tom Ton survive his confrontation with the horrific Schlag? Or will the Nazi finally kill his rival?

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Personality

A devout National Socialist and a twisted occultist, Jürgen Schlag is a man of very few words and has an enigmatic presence. The mask he constantly wears hides not just his face, but any emotions he may have.

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