CS - Helga von Falkenstein: SS Security Major

Full Name: Helga von Falkenstein
Age: 34
Birthplace: Berlin, Germany
Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
Build: Athletic and imposing
Eyes: Piercing blue
Rank: Sturmbannführerin (Major)
Branch: Sicherheitsdienst (SD) - Security Service of the SS
Alternate Universe Setting: the Axis powers have won World War II, leading to a German-dominated Europe.

Disposition: Cold, calculating, and methodical. Helga is known for her unflinching demeanor and her ability to remain composed under pressure. She is highly disciplined and expects the same from those under her command.

Strengths: Analytical mind, strategic thinking, multilingual (fluent in English, French, Russian, and Polish), expert in psychological manipulation and interrogation techniques.

Weaknesses: Her ruthlessness and lack of empathy can sometimes alienate allies and subordinates. She has few personal connections, leading to potential isolation and vulnerability.


Combat Training: Proficient in hand-to-hand combat, firearms, and survival tactics.

Intelligence Operations: Skilled in espionage, surveillance, code-breaking, and counter-intelligence.

Interrogation Techniques: Expert in both physical and psychological methods of interrogation, known for extracting information without leaving marks.

Diplomacy and Negotiation: Capable of negotiating with foreign dignitaries and collaborators, though her methods are often coercive.

Motivations and Goals

Loyalty: Fiercely loyal to the ideals of National Socialism and the SS. Believes in the creation and maintenance of a strong, unified German empire.

Personal Ambition: Seeks to climb higher within the ranks of the SS and gain more influence over intelligence operations across Europe.

Vision: Envisions a world where Germany is the supreme power, governed by order and efficiency. She sees herself as a cog in maintaining this new world order.


Helga von Falkenstein was born on January 5, 1910, in Berlin, Germany, into the von Falkenstein family, known for their long history of noble lineage. Her father, Colonel Wilhelm von Falkenstein, was a decorated officer in the German Army during World War I. Her mother, Elise von Falkenstein (née Dieterich), was a prominent socialite involved in high society and political gatherings.

Helga grew up in a luxurious estate in Berlin, surrounded by opulence and strict discipline. Her upbringing was marked by a blend of privilege and rigorous expectations.

From a young age, Helga received an exceptional education. Private tutors provided instruction in various subjects, including history, languages, and the arts. Her parents instilled in her a sense of duty, patriotism, and an unyielding commitment to excellence. Her father, a stern and disciplined man, emphasized the importance of military service and loyalty to Germany. Helga idolized him and absorbed his stories of battlefield heroics and strategic brilliance. Her mother, although more nurturing, reinforced the importance of social status, decorum, and political acumen.

Helga's teenage years were marked by a series of formative experiences. She excelled academically and demonstrated exceptional talent in languages, quickly becoming fluent in English, French, and Russian. Her social circle consisted of the children of high-ranking officials and nobility. Helga learned the art of diplomacy and intrigue at an early age, often accompanying her parents to high-profile social and political events. During her late teens, Helga became increasingly aware of the rising tide of National Socialism. She was captivated by the rhetoric of a strong, unified Germany and the promise of restoring national pride. Her father, initially skeptical, eventually endorsed the movement, further influencing her beliefs.

At the age of 18, Helga enrolled at the Friedrich Wilhelm University in Berlin, studying political science and law. Her academic performance was outstanding, and she quickly became involved in student organizations aligned with National Socialist ideology. During her time at university, Helga came under the mentorship of influential professors and political figures who recognized her potential. She built a network of contacts that would later prove invaluable in her career.

Upon graduation, Helga initially took on a role as a secretary within the SS, where her efficiency and intelligence were quickly noticed. She was recruited into the Sicherheitsdienst (SD), the intelligence agency of the SS, due to her linguistic skills and analytical mind. Helga's rise through the ranks of the SD was swift. She demonstrated exceptional skill in intelligence gathering, counter-espionage, and interrogation techniques. Her ability to extract information and her ruthless methods earned her a reputation as one of the most effective officers in the SD.

A significant milestone in her career was her role in dismantling the resistance network following the failed assassination attempt on Hitler. This success further cemented her position within the SD and led to her promotion of Sturmbannführerin (Major), earning her accolades and furthering her reputation.
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