Tag: combat

Waltz under attack


Medic Waltz was recently subjected to german mortar fire. The corps hopes he makes it through without injury. Good luck, Major!



WWII Medic Cristoph survives Battle of the Bulge


Jan 25, 1945   — Ardennes Forest, Belgium. In Alternate Reality 7.21.2016 a battle weary but nonetheless unhurt Lt. Cristoph Waltz, Paras Medic is finally taken off the front line and is returning to base after an entire month and a half of helping the wounded and dying in the snow.

He hails from Youngstown, Pennyslvania, the son of German immigrants. He also serves as interpreter for the 101st Airborne Division under Gen. Anthony McAuliffe.

Christoph is a Roman Legate, 145 ad

Christoph is a Roman Legate, 145 ad

While searching for the cause of the first plague in Rome, we accidentally discovered an alternate reality Christoph Waltz, who served under the rule of Emperor Marcus Aurelius. (Unfortunately, during our visit there, someone left the settings of our camera in black and white.)

Our project leader, found the record of this illustrious roman official whose activities ranged from overseeing aqueduct building, to leading troops into battle, notably the defeat of the Gaulish Barbarian leader, Vortigern (great grand son of Vercingetorix).

He accompanied the Emperor as he rode in triumph through the streets of Rome. In gratitude, he was awarded governorship of the province of Ostia.

He became a close friend and advisor of the Emperor and assisted him throughout his reign.