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Hanussen was a very intelligent, calm, soft-spoken and sophisticated man who was very loyal to The Flock and genuinely seemed to believe in his master's cause to the point of continuing it even when the latter was dead. He was highly manipulative and had a strong way with words which allowed him to successfully manipulate and play the Kaiser while influencing the directions he would take in the war. He also appeared to be rather good at reading people, being able to use the Kaiser's insecurities and resentment towards his brothers to help in manipulating him and swaying his judgement.
Hanussen was a handsome man of average height with short brown hair and fair skin with brown eyes. He had a very elegant sense of fashion, favouring suits with fur lined greatcoats above all else and was usually seen wearing a hat and sometimes a monocle.
- This version of Erik Jan Hanussen seems to be more in line with both Erich Ludenorff and Paul von Hidenburg as a replacement as Wilhelm's advisors as in reality Hanussen wasn't an adviser but a performer and wasn't active until after the Great War had ended, only then was he a prominent figure in Germany who rubbed shoulders with the military.