Oberführer Heinrich Müller is a minor antagonist and enemy in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Before 1961[edit | edit source]
He was a decorated officer for his heroism during the battle of Chengdu in 1947. He was also known to have lead the assault on Idaho Falls, where he successfully killed 31 American resistance fighters and captured 21. He also led a 3-year campaign in Death Valley which earned him great respect from the Nazi high command.
Assassination[edit | edit source]
- "Good work, Blazkowicz. One less Übercommander to worry about. Come on home, man. Grace out."
- ―Grace to B.J. upon Heinrich's death.[src]
While his superior Lieutenant General Engel, was on live tv, Müller had been hunting down the remains of resistance groups that were still within the ruins of New York, and eventually led him to the Metro subway tunnels.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- He shares the same name as 2 real members of the Nazi party, one of whom was the chief of the Gestapo 1939-45. The other being an Oberstgruppenfuhrer in the Schutzstaffel. However the character is fifteen years younger than the former and bears little physical resemblance, so he is more likely to be a fictitious portrayal of the latter.
|Direct appearance in The New Colossus||Albert Grosse· Daniel Eckstein· Erich Eberhardt· Freidrich Baumgartner· Gerhardt Dunkel· Gernot Herrmann· Heinrich Müller· Jürgen Schlusser· Klaus Klinger· Leopold Meissner· Ludwig Kassmeyer· Michael Rademaker· Otto Ackermann· Raimund Hofmann· Thomas Wechsler· Victor Kreuger· Walter Hauser·|
|Direct appearance in The Freedom Chronicles||Roderick Metze· Hans Stiglitz|
|Mentioned only||Erik Wechsler|
|Direct appearance in Youngblood||Bayer・ Fleischer|