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Russian Soldier
Russian Soldier Ingame
Russian Soldier in Leningrad.
Type Undead
Class Ranged
Health 100
Damage 1/10/20/30 (Gun)
1/20/40/60 (Granade)
Movement Walking
Behavior Harmful
Featured in: Leningrad, High Seas, Magazines

Russian Soldiers are somewhat dangerous enemies that appear in the Painkiller: Battle out of Hell level Leningrad. Utilizing grenades, sub-machine guns, and swarm tactics, these enemies can quickly overwhelm unprepared players.

However, as the Russians are just as interested in killing German Soldiers as the player, a smart player can usually hang back and let the two kill each other before attacking, reducing the number of enemies one has to face.

TheoriesEdit

  • Much like the German Wehrmacht, the Soviet Red Army suffered horrendous casualties during World War 2. Thus, it is unsurprising that many would have ended up in purgatory.

TriviaEdit

  • Just as the German Soldiers wield iconic weapons of the Wehrmacht, the Russian Soldiers wield the PPSH, the standard issue sub-machine gun of the Red Army during World War 2.

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Russian Soldier
Type Undead
Class Ranged
Health  ???
Damage  ?/??/??/?? (Gun)
 ?/??/??/?? (Granade)
Movement Walking
Behavior Harmful
Featured in: Stalingrad, Bunker

Russian Soldiers are somewhat dangerous enemies that appear in Stalingrad and Bunker. Utilizing grenades, sub-machine guns, and swarm tactics, these enemies can quickly overwhelm unprepared players.

However, as the Russians are just as interested in killing German Soldiers as the player, a smart player can usually hang back and let the two kill each other before attacking, reducing the number of enemies one has to face.

TheoriesEdit

  • Much like the German Wehrmacht, the Soviet Red Army suffered horrendous casualties during World War 2. Thus, it is unsurprising that many would have ended up in purgatory.

TriviaEdit

  • Just as the German Soldiers wield iconic weapons of the Wehrmacht, the Russian Soldiers wield the PPSH, the standard issue sub-machine gun of the Red Army during World War 2.


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