(The Science Fantasy category is more fitting because Dr. Hans is a scientist.)
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Revision as of 20:34, January 5, 2018


Ubermann preparing for godhood

Dr. Hans Ubermann is the main antagonist in the 1992 computer game Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. He is a Nazi scientist who hopes to discover Atlantis in order to use its ancient and powerful technology to conquer the world.


At first, Ubermann hopes to use the Atlantian mineral "orichalcum" to build weapons of mass destruction, but then decides to pursue godhood after he and Klaus Kerner discover a machine in the middle of Atlantis designed to turn people into deities. After Kerner is horribly mutated and killed by the machine, Uberman decides to use Indy as a guena pig to test how much orichalcum is needed to successfully power the machine. Indy manages to talk him into transforming himself instead, threatening Ubermann with eternal damnation should he become a god first. The machine transforms Ubermann into a being of pure energy, which then dissapates and causes the ancient city to implode.

In the alternate ending, Sophia (Indy's girlfriend at the time) is possessed by an ancient Atlantian spirit and steps into the machine herself, killing Ubermann and dissapating in a similar manner. Indy manages to escape the destruction of Atlantis in a German U-boat.


           IndianaJonesTitle Villains

Nazi Party
Adolf Hitler | René Belloq | Arnold Ernst Toht | Herman Dietrich | Gobler | German Mechanic | Otto | Walter Donovan | Elsa Schneider | Ernst Vogel | Hans Ubermann | Klaus Kerner

Mola Ram | Chief Guard | Chattar Lal

Irina Spalko | Antonin Dovchenko

Satipo | Barranca | Lao Che | Panama Hat | Garth | Zyke | Claude Belloq | Ben Ali Ayoob

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