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|Heinrich von Blücher|
|Out of universe information|
Heinrich von Blücher is a male human from Himmel. Heinrich von Blücher descended from a long line of military men. He inherited his position from his father original military commander of the new colony. As the oldest man on the Governing Council of the Himmel has Field Marshall technical seniority but he rarely exercises this right. He has had an incredibly high readiness and morale among his troops, depending largely on the general belief that Führer back to Earth surely must win the war and open the Stargate soon. But Field Marshall is far from a monster. He loves his people, but the Nazi ideology never sat well with him and he has a lot more respect for Himmelite than his fellows. In fact, he had secretly having an affair with a Himmelite woman decades ago.
In a cruel twist of fate, became a Field Marshal ordered by a majority of the Governing Council to wipe out the village where his mistress lived. She died at the hands of a Waffen SS soldier, but not before she could secretly pass her baby son of Field Marshall to a friend in another village. The boy grew up to become a strong warrior and now leads regular attacks against the colonial troops. Only one person knows the young man's true origin. If someone in the colony learned the truth Field Marshalls life would be forfeit. These days von Blücher strip away the time waiting for the opportunity to rid himself and his people for the heinous members of the Governing Council, in particular Hans Schrek. He hopes in secret Stargate never opened so that Hitler failed in his quest for world domination, and leave people to their own Himmel hopefully brighter future. (RPG: "First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook")