We looked at the US Lucky Seventh in Part Two...now lets look at the German SWD (Special Weapons Development). I've also included some background material for the models to give them a little context...
Gretel von X and her twin sister Oberst Ilsa von X are the daughters of Hugo. Believing he had stumbled onto the fountain of youth, von X injected both of his children with an experimental serum derived from a stolen sample of the compound that the Cosmists developed to create the Siberian Supermen. Gretel was the lucky one. She retained her intellect and beauty and became inhumanly strong, fast, and tough. Gretel is the operations officer for the Gibraltar compound and Hugo’s right hand.
Oberst Ilsa von X and her twin sister Gretel are the daughters of Hugo. Believing he had stumbled onto the fountain of youth, von X injected both girls with an experimental serum derived from a stolen sample of the compound that the Cosmists developed to create the Siberian Supermen. Ilsa became faster and stronger but her skin was marred by the chemical and her face became a mask of horror. Ilsa commands the defence of Gibraltar.
Hans the Hunter
Hans von X is the eldest of the von X children. Hugo’s early experiments on him went horribly wrong and a monster was created. Hans is at peace wandering the channel floor of the straits of Gibraltar, losing himself in the contemplative loneliness of the briny deep. He is melancholy and childishly sweet but prone to fits of blood rage and insensibility. He is at the vanguard of the bomberzombies as they make their attack runs on allied shipping and keeps a collection of frog-men skulls he has harpooned at Gibraltar’s undersea gates. In the tunnels, he hunts APE.
You get a single free-standing Blitzhund and two of the leaping ones.
From the elite ranks of the Jagerhunds, top specimens are culled for another of Hugo’s mad experiments. They are injected with the V-4 derivative and become killing machines without equal. Blitzhunds must be muzzled and chained and fed great hunks of bloody raw meat when not in action. When released into battle, they are able to sniff out the enemy like a trained hunting dog. In the claustrophobic corridors of Gibraltar, an armoured Blitzhund is the last thing the enemy wants to see and usually is.