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MB2
Country of Germany
Date of Birth N/A
Date of Death March, 1943
Age N/A
Height N/A
Weight N/A
Sex Female
Nationality German
Occupation SS high priestess

Oberführer

Fate deceased
Portrayer N/A
Appearance(s) Return to Castle Wolfenstein

SS High Priestess Oberführer Marianna Blavatsky is the woman in charge of Operation Resurrection. She tutored Oberführer Helga Von Bulow in the ways of the occult. Little is mentioned of her until the OSA learns of the ceremony

BackgroundEdit

Madame Blavatsky has studied the black arts for some time. She has established herself as the premier practitioner of the occult in the Nazi realm. As such, she has Himmler’s ear, and vast power within the SS Paranormal Division. Blavatsky has mentored many, and Helga von Bulow is one of her most passionate followers. With patience and study, the Oberführer has compiled information that could point the Nazis to a power greater than any known to the modern world.

DetailsEdit

She is first seen in the game conducting a ceremony near a chateau involving two Super Soldiers. At the finale, she transforms three Übersoldaten into Dark Knights and uses them to revive Heinrich I. Blavatsky pledged her loyalty and servitude to Heinrich only for him to reward her by transforming her into a zombie slave. Blavatsky and the Death Knights end up being destroyed by B.J. Blazkowicz as he arrives to face Heinrich I.

During the fight with Heinrich I, she is clearly recognizable amongst other undead by height and skin color, but doesn't have any advantages over a regular zombie, so she is not a sub-boss. Despite this, she has more resistance than regular undead. The quickest way is use Flamethrower on her; after she falls, a kick will finish the job. She needs to be eliminated quickly if B.J. wants to focus on Heinrich I, who poses a much larger threat.

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Marianna Blavatsky (to the left) after being zombified by Heinrich I

NotesEdit

  • A "Doctor Blavatsky" is referenced in Wolfenstein in the level Dig Site's fifth Intel document, though since Marianna is dead at this point in the series it is likely this is supposed to be a relative of hers. On the other hand many of the digsite records appear to be dated back to 1940 (4-5 years before the game, and 3 years before the events of Castle Wolfenstein), which may place Blatvasky's archaeological involvement at the digsite two years before death (so it could possible be the same individual).
  • Marianna in Wolfenstein RPG is based on her, and may even be the same individual but earlier in the timeline, see Id universe timeline.

AppearancesEdit

Marianna Blavatsky only appears in Return to Castle Wolfenstein.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • She is named after the real-life occultist Helena Blavatsky, and is probably supposed to be a descendant.


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