Von der Schnitzel

Wandel Schnitzel

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Double Agent who pretends to be the Ambassador

Von Der Schnitzel was a Double Agent from the enemy.

He pretended to be the ambassador from his country and was supposed to give a speech on a special night that was organized by Ambassador Mbola.

Romcroft and his team of secret agents (including Special Agent) where on the party to arrest him. Special Agent uses Robotboy to attack Von der Schnitzel. When Von der Schnitzel will give his speech he will start with the sentence This is a beautiful day. That line of dialogue trickers Robotboy to attackthe first person he seed with sunglasses.

But when Robotboy attacks Special Agent (because he have to wear his sunglasses after a warning from Romcroft) Von Der Schnitzel notes Special Agent and realizes that he came to arrest him. So he grabs Gus and keeps him as a hostage to escape. But when Lola demands that he let go of Gus, he agrees and takes her instead as hostage.

He flees to the roof chased by Tommy and Special Agent. On the roof he escapes with a helicopter. Tommy activates Robotboy and Robotboy Superactivated and goes after Von Der Schnitzel. Von Der Schnitzel tries to get rid of Robotboy by shooting at him, but he shoots the propellers of his own helicopter and almost crashes. Robotboy saves the helicopter because Lola is in it. He ties up Von Der Schnitzel and Special Agent arrest him.


  • Von der Schnitzel is a German name, so he could pretending to be the ambassador from Germany or Austria. But it's unkown why Romcroft considerd that two countries as enemies.
  • Schnitzel is one of the best known specialities of Viennese cuisine. The Wiener Schnitzel is a national dish of Vienna, Austria.

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