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WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 1
“From incident report, Camp Bullis, San Antonio, Texas, May 1935. Details: S. Sgt. Pickens observed Pvt. Blazkowicz fighting four other soldiers in the barracks. On arrival, Pickens saw that two of the privates had been rendered unconscious, and the other two—one armed with a lead pipe—had backed away. Fighting ceased on the S. Sgt.’s entry. Recommendations: Though S. Sgt. Pickens ordered all parties to the brig, we recommend Blazkowicz be evaluated for special services. Not only did he confront four men who had been assaulting another soldier, but did so with skill that bears closer scrutiny.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 2
“From classified training summary, William J. Blazkowicz. Blazkowicz has completed all requirements for full agent status within the Office of Secret Actions. Though his effectiveness with weapons and combat are beyond criticism, we are concerned that his self-reliance could lead to him pursuing unauthorized objectives. Additionally, his morals could present a problem should his commanding officer require him to undertake any mission that falls in an ethical gray area. That said, he is hereby approved to receive the classified dossiers detailing the Germans’ weapon technology plans as well as those regarding their supernatural/occult initiatives.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 3
“From transcript, mission briefing, October 1944: Inspector: You have reviewed the documents? Blazkowicz: Yes sir. I read them, but I can’t say I understand them. Can I ask some questions? Inspector: Of course. Blazkowicz (standing): We don’t know how close the Germans are to having this bomb, or the VTOL, right? Inspector: That is correct. Blazkowicz: And from the intel, your scientists think they’re trying to access “extradimensional space”? I don’t mean to seem doubtful, sir, but I’m having a hard time getting my head around it. They think this supernatural stuff could be real? Inspector: That is … correct.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 4
“From mission summary, November 1944: During his mission to recover VTOL plans, Cpt. Blazkowicz uncovered Colonel Wilhelm “Deathshead” Strasse’s more dire goal. Deathshead constructed a device aboard his zeppelin to create a portal to the so-called “Black Sun Dimension” —a power source with far more destructive potential than the atomic bomb. Blazkowicz pursued Deathshead into this portal. A short time later, something destroyed the zeppelin from within, and it crash-landed into Isenstadt Castle. Blazkowicz escaped and is en route to OSA HQ, but more importantly, we recommend that research begin immediately on this “Black Sun” phenomenon.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 5
“From memo to OSA Director Joseph D. Hassett, July 1946: I regret to report that Cpt. Blazkowicz is MIA, presumed deceased. His squadron came under fire, but he survived and attempted to infiltrate Deathshead’s facility. That was the last we heard. No Allied dead were recovered. Director, this mission was our last hope. With its failure the Germans are poised to conquer the globe. My team continues to look for ways to stop them, but we believe the window of opportunity has closed. I’m sorry, sir. We have a report for the President ready for your review.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 6
“From the journal of Dr. Krzysztof Oliwa, Zakład Psychiatryczny Maławieś: The man was transferred to the asylum from the hospital where he was taken by the fisherman who found him. The subject’s wounds were immense; he was already minimally conscious when found. On examination, I concluded his state was permanent. I was ready to hand him over to the relentless German ‘hospital’ squad—better him than one of our conscious patients, I reasoned—but my young daughter Anya convinced me not to. She would care for him. I indulged her hope. How could I not?”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 7
“From Anya Oliwa’s statement, prepared for Caroline Becker: Fourteen years. That’s how long. His body healed but he remained unresponsive. My father became ill, but still he tended to those who the Germans would discard, while this man hung on—until the day Deathshead’s squad raided the hospital, intending to kill every last patient. It was hopeless. When my parents resisted, they murdered them in cold blood. But as they dragged me away, I heard a struggle. It was William! As though the gunfire had shattered his catatonia. And the rest—well, you know what happened to Keller and his thugs.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 8
“From transcript, final mission briefing: CB: Blazkowicz, the Kreisau Circle is more than one person. We’re a long way from Isenstadt. BJ: Understood. But the plans for this fortress, Caroline—so many holes, blank spaces. Can we use the Dach—uh … CB: Da’at Yichud. Yes. The Spindly Torque will get you in. But after that it is up to you. BJ: So we use this kraut U-boat to bust in. After that, I’ll have only this partial map? CB: And your own formidable survival skills. BJ: Could be a suicide mission. But I’ve been dead before. Count me in.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ BIO PART 9
“From mission summary by Caroline Becker, February 1961: Watching events unfold from the periscope of the Eva’s Hammer, Bombate reported observing an explosion atop the compound’s main roof. He saw what he believed to be the remains of Wilhelm “Deathshead” Strasse near a destroyed mechanical construct. A figure dragging himself away from the site was also visible. As I was returning to the Eva’s Hammer with the survivors, Blazkowicz reestablished radio contact and gave the all clear to fire the nuclear cannon. This is the point at which we decided to take action.”

WILLIAM “B.J.” BLAZKOWICZ LORE ARTIFACT
A mysterious Da’at Yichud dodecagon B.J. recovered from a secret vault within deep-sea trench. The Da’at Yichud was an ancient, mystical society whose inventions are so advanced that their working aren’t fully understood to this day.