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Use a shotgun to do this quickly, especially when playing solo. Shoot at the Occult General's head once. Repeat the process three times.
Occult Generals can summon zombies and skeletons. However, each time he is wounded the enemies will disappear except in "Tower Of Hellfire". Easy "You've got red on you" trophy Use the shotgun as your secondary weapon when swarmed and throw some grenades. Do not attempt going for headshots with a rifle unless you are skilled. They can also be found in "Army Of Darkness" and "Horde". An easy way to shoot their head is from behind. In the beginning of "The Keep", a fence will shut down and kill zombies.
Behind it are several Heavy Armor Zombies. Some of them only have a partial helmet, leaving the back of their head unprotected.
Headshot one of them to get the "Your blood pressure is zero over zero" trophy.
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Trophies Successfully complete one of the following tasks to get a trophy: You have no reason to fear the dead Platinum: Don't mention the Z word! Successfully complete Village of the Dead. Successfully complete Cathedral of Resurrection. Play it Thule Bronze: Successfully complete Labyrinth of Death. The pen is mightier than the sidearm Bronze: Successfully complete Library of Evil.
No more room in Hell Bronze: Successfully complete Subway to Hell. Hell on earth, that's it Bronze: Into the fire Bronze: Successfully complete Gateway to Hell. Descent into Hell Bronze: Successfully complete Crucible of Evil.
This is going to be a bumpy ride Bronze: Successfully complete Tower of Hellfire. I think we'll start with a reign of terror Bronze: Successfully complete City of Ashes. You got rid of those stiffs yet? Successfully complete Freight Train of Fear.
There's something in the mist! Successfully complete Forest of Corpses. Broadsword calling Danny Boy Bronze: Successfully complete The Keep. Taste some of Mama's home cookin', Adolf! Successfully complete Army of Darkness. This calls for divine intervention! Successfully complete all Chapters on Sniper Elite difficulty. Don't get all stingy with your bullets Bronze: Kill enemies of any kind. The head bone's connected to the Naughty little boys get what they deserve Bronze: Kill Zombie Snipers.
We don't need a stretcher. Enraged, Hitler executes the officer and declares that the Fatherland will not fall. He then orders the execution of "Plan Z"-the resurrection of all the Wehrmacht 's fallen soldiers as zombies. After clearing the village of zombies, the quartet commandeers a truck to take them to Berlin. Once there, they find the city in chaos; zombies roam the streets and alleyways.
A radio transmission tells the quartet that the zombies are gathering in the nearby Memorial Cathedral, so the four go to investigate. At the cathedral, they find an SS occult general summoning zombies. In a fight with him and his minions, the survivors send the demonically-possessed officer back to Hell and discover a tunnel under the church's altar.
The tunnel leads the group to an underground facility overrun with the undead. Inside, the four discover a reference to a Book of Souls, stored in the Berlin Central Library, which is a safeguard medieval occult text in case the zombies proved difficult to control. Hitler never retrieved it before unleashing the horde. Exiting the facility, the survivors fight their way to the library, where they obtain the book and unleash its power on the zombies, but find that its effects are negligible. The four then escape through the U-Bahn to a canal where they kill another SS occult general and escape via a British agent on a boat.
Meanwhile, in his underground bunker, Hitler and his last general Hitler having killed the other two discuss the Sagarmatha Relic, an artifact intended to protect Hitler from the undead soldiers.
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The general reveals that Hitler needed all three pieces in order for it to work, whereupon Hitler beats the officer to death with the Relic fragment. Faireburne and the survivors are led back to Berlin when Allied intelligence reports the Sagarmatha Relic and its purpose to them, so they arrive at the Brandenburg Gate to retrieve the first piece of the Relic from the Kaiser-Friederich-Museumkilling zombies along the way. Is he heinous by the standards of the story?
Even if this wasn't Adolf Hitler, who outranks every single Sniper Elite villain that we meet, what Hitler does here goes well past the heinous standard. He unleashes the undead simply because he cant accept the war is lost, getting how many people mauled to death. When he returns as a zombie, he uses still living humans as slave labour and then turns them over to his undead minions. He also has living humans turned over to the zombies just because it suits him.
He later announces his intent to make humanity a race of death showing omicidal tendencies. So Hitler easily hits the heinous mark. Freudian Excuse or Redeeming Traits? Its Adolf Hitler, he has neither of these things.
If the one moment where he lets the group go looks like a Pet the Dog moment, it isn't. Hitler is forced by the relic to let them go and is clearly infuriated that he has to let them leave. Moral Agency He is fully capable of talking when he returns from the dead, so he is fully in command of his actions, so no agency issues. Its Adolf Hitler, and even if it wasn't, bringing the dead back because you cant accept the war is lost, getting how many people killed and announcing you intend to turn the world into a world of the undead is an easy for me.
Well that is Adolf Hitler.
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Do you think he fits? Don't hug me; I'm scared bobg It was Santa's Slay.
Anyway, I'll get that writeup out of the way now. Obrero is a Mad Scientist who introduced the natives of the Molucas to a cannibalistic Religion of Evil to provide him with corpses to experiment on and reanimate and use as his personal servants.
His first act of evil shown is scalping Susan and removing her vocal chords because her screams disturbed him. When Lori Ridgeway and Peter Chandler walk in on his base of operations and find the corpses of many natives, he calls them out for only looking to fix the world's imperfections while he is trying to find the secret to expand the human lifespan.