|Country of Origin||United States|
|Date of Birth||1928|
|Date of Death|| July 16, 1946, Deathshead's Compound, Germany (determinate) |
November 15, 1960, Deathshead's Compound, Germany (brain death)
|Age|| 18-32 years old (The New Order) |
33 (The New Colossus)
Deceased: Lobotomized by General Deathshead and brain death by Blazkowicz (player-determined)
|Appearance(s)|| Wolfenstein: The New Order|
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Probst Wyatt III is a supporting character and old time war buddy of famed American O.S.A agent B.J. Blazkowicz. His life alongside his commander Fergus Reid are determinate by the player. If chosen to live, he will be a member of Caroline Becker's resistance in 1960. If chosen to be lobotomized, he becomes Deathshead's "finest work" for over decades as a prototype for Deathshead's robot, whom he nicknamed Machine Man.
While in Fergus' timeline, player can collect small red statues to upgrade B.J.'s health, in Wyatt's timeline the player can collect small blue statues for armor upgrade. Each statue gives the player 10 percent more armor from each pickup. He was portrayed (voiced) by A.J Trauth.
Wyatt was pursuing a degree in international affairs at Harvard College when he, to his father's dismay, decided to join the war effort. Prompted by his moral conviction and unyielding idealism, Wyatt talked his way into the 101st Airborne Division at the tender age of 17. His father, however, remained deeply disappointed with him. Though his blue-eyed naiveté can be a burden, his positive outlook on life keeps him fighting to right the wrongs of the world.
In his youth he had a coach named Anderson, though the relationship between the two is unknown, he holds Coach Anderson dearly to that of Captain Blazkowicz (as mentioned in Chapter 12).
Events Of The New OrderEdit
Private Wyatt was part of the 109th Airborne during the attack on Deathshead's compound. Wyatt is first heard scrambling to pick up the radio after Condor 9's pilot was killed. He then stabilizes the aircraft until Fergus Reid is able to jump from Vulture 1 to Condor 9.
When Blazkowicz first saw Wyatt, he was on the floor of Condor 9's cockpit, in shock. Ordered by Fergus, Blazkowicz helps him up and gets him on his feet. After Fergus had landed Condor 9 on the beachfront surrounding Deathshead's Compound, he almost alerted the group's location to a Panzerhund whilst flashing a strobe light to get Blazkowicz's Attention. Wyatt is later encountered helping Blazkowicz ascend a wall, meeting up with the rest of the group.
Prior the attack on Deathshead's Compound, Wyatt was very nervous. Blazkowicz teaches Wyatt a trick to control his nerves. After Blazkowicz fights his way through the compound, and meets up with the group in the courtyard, Fergus, Blazkowicz, Private Wyatt, Private Prendergast and Blondie fall into the incinerator room and Wyatt accidentally begins the incinerator. The group is able to open the door (with B.J. finding the keys) leading to another room.
Entering the room, the group awakens a Super Soldier that crushes Blondie's head. Defeating it, Deathshead traps the survivors by activating a device that forces the walls to close in, eventually rendering the survivors unconscious. After awakening, Strasse forces Blazkowicz to select one of his fellow soldiers (Either Wyatt or Fergus) to be dissected by Strasse.
If Wyatt is selected, he dependently ask for B.J. to rescue like he always does, as Deathshead lobotomized him as Wyatt screams. Wyatt's brain is taken with Deathshead as he leaves the compound. If Fergus is selected, he tells B.J. that he accepts his death as Wyatt and B.J. watch in horror as Fergus is lobotomized. After Deathshead leaves the compound, Wyatt, Prendergast and B.J. escape as Wyatt takes Fergus' dog tag, but B.J. is knocked uncounsous by shrapnel, leaving Wyatt and Prendergast separated.
During time, Wyatt and Prendergast accompanied Caroline Becker and join the Kreisau Circle with other members: the guitarist J, Englishman Bobby Bram, former Nazi Klaus Kreutz and his "son", pacifist Max Hass. Wyatt was put through pressure of taking out the Nazi Empire, as he sent Prendergast on a mission and (in his timeline) never came back.
In 1960, Wyatt was captured by Nazi Forces and sentence to Eisenwald Prison for months. Tortured alongside other prisoners, this left the private scarred physically and mentally from the experience. When Captain B.J. Blazkowicz comes from his vegetative state from the Asylum, he and Anya Oliwa go to rescue resistance fighters. Blazkowicz finds his location and gets him out of the helmet. Wyatt thanks Blazkowicz as the duo fight their way into a car. Making it to the sewers where Anya rescues them, Wyatt takes them to the Kreisau's HQ.
Wyatt accompanies Caroline and Klaus in Project Whisper. After Bram gave B.J. enough time by destroying the front of the London Nautica, Wyatt, Caroline and Klaus fly in and take the helicopters. After the operation, B.J. asks Wyatt about the keys to the index room to find out more on the Da'at Yichud. Wyatt tells B.J. about having Fergus' dog tags, Wyatt becomes angered over his ignorance, feeling that Blazkowicz made the wrong choice with Deathshead's dissecting Fergus and the pressure of taking command, giving a boy a man's work.
After Blazkowicz saves Set Roth from Camp Belica, bringing in survivors. Blazkowicz, Wyatt and Roth go to one of Yichund's safekeeps, where they get the Spindly Torque. The resistance then destroy a bridge with the Torque, with Wyatt and B.J. being the only members there. After B.J. is sent to the Moon, The Nazi Forces led by Frau Engel assault the Kreisau HQ, killing Camp Belica survivors, J and Klaus, and taking as prisoners Anya, Set and Bombate. B.J. saves Wyatt as Becker battles in the Da'at Yichud Power Suit.
The members left in the circle, Becker, Hass and Blazkowicz, Wyatt helps them during the final assault on Deathshead compound. Giving his final words with B.J., B.J. assaults the compound, killing Engel's lover Bubi and constant hordes of Nazi's. B.J. fights the Prototype Robot who has Fergus' brain, B.J. destroys his brain and eventually wounds Deathshead, who mauls him with a grenade, killing himself in the process. Wyatt ask is the cannon ready to be fired, as B.J. replies "clear", leaving his fate unknown.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Edit
Wyatt is seen at the end of the E3 2017 trailer talking to an animated chameleon after consuming psychedelic drug. It is likely that save progress will be able to be transferred from The New Order into The New Colossus, which will bring him back to the series if you chose to save him over Fergus. (What the default canon outcome is WITHOUT the save data carryover remains unclear at this time.)
Wyatt is also seem to have some kinds of psychological problem since he seems to hallucinate various things. He also gains a scar in his right cheek.
Wyatt is lobotomized by Deathshead, who takes his brain and leaves the compound. The General would keep the brain intact and create a Prototype Robot for it to fit, following decades into 1960. During the final assault on the compound, Deathshead implants Wyatt's brain into the machine, leading to the Robot fighting B.J.. B.J. defeats the robot, as Wyatt give his final words to the Captain, claiming he can't live like this. B.J. destroys Wyatt's brain, ending his suffering.
Wyatt thought his timeline has brown hair and blues eyes to match his young and thin structure. In 1960, Wyatt was tortured by the Nazi's in Eisenwald Prison, and was given scars on the left side of his face, that of resembling holes.
The private was known for his nervousness, worrying about his situation on the Condor during the assault on Deathshead Compound. Wyatt, being at age 18 was also unprepared for what war would bring, seen as going into shellshock after Condor 9's pilot was killed. Despite his lack of battle experience, he is skilled and follows orders well, as seen when Fergus orders him. Wyatt was also good natured and saw good in the world, as told by Blazkowicz in his thought, calling him a "good kid". His positive outlook keeps him up and going to right the wrongs in the war. In both timelines, Wyatt is shown grounded on his language, as he never swears in God's name, instead saying Gosh, and shown to never curse frequently like Fergus Reid.
- "You think I was ready for that kind of responsibility."
- ―Wyatt in Chapter 7 - A Mystery (player determined).
Wyatt, being only 18 when the war was lost, became affected by America's surrender due to the Atomic Bomb. Wyatt became under pressure due to his role in taking down the "gosh darn Nazi Empire". Wyatt also loathed himself on his ignorance back then, claiming that he now knows when "mistakes are made". Wyatt still holds respect for Blazkowicz, calling him "Captain" throughout his timeline. Wyatt additionally sees B.J. as his coach from his youth, Coach Anderson. He also appears to have a good friendship with Max Hass as shown when Max gives him a hug when he returns to HQ.
Despite his pain and torture, he helps the Kreisau Circle as much as possible, helping his former Captain and allies achieve the goal to end the Nazi's rule. Though Wyatt sees himself not ready, Fergus Reid (if chosen to live) tells Blazkowicz that he could have gave them a future, having potential. If chosen to be lobotomized, as the Prototype Robot he tells B.J. he is sorry for he had no control over his actions, and begs his former Captain to kill him as he cannot "live like this". Though he still does not swear or curse, he does in Chapter 12, cursing out the Super Soldier that holds B.J. at the throat ("You leave him alone, you damn ugly fuck!").
- "Gosh almighty. I thought I was a goner. And here you are back from the dead ... to save us all, imagine that."
- ―Wyatt after being saved by B.J. in Chapter 4 - Eisenwald Prison.
- "This, everything. I was 18 years old and suddenly the war was lost. Everything good in the world died, somehow I was the one supposed to pick up the pieces... keep the resistance going, take on the whole gosh-darn Nazi empire. You think I was ready for that kind of responsibility? My ignorance got many good people killed. You remember Private Prendergast? You know that guy, he could survive anything. So tough. Well, I got him killed. Sent him out on a mission and he never came back. I just didn't know any better. Wing Commander Fergus Reid. He would have known what to do. He could have saved so many."
- ―Wyatt to B.J. in Chapter 7.
- In Wyatt's timeline, three major things change: J is given as an ally instead of Tekla, armor upgrades appear rather than health upgrades from Fergus' timeline, and lockpicking is introduced instead of hacking.
- Wyatt has a respectful faith and never swears until Chapter 12 against the Super Soldier attacking Blazkowicz.
|Resistance||BJ Blazkowicz · Anya Oliwa · Caroline Becker · Fergus Reid · Prendergast · Private Wyatt · Tekla · J · Klaus Kreutz· Max Hass · Bobby Bram · Set Roth · Bombate ·|
|Nazis||Wilhelm Strasse · Frau Engel · Bubi · Friedrich Keller · The Knife|
|Others||Gates · Benson|