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The Karl von Toten's house is the main location for Covert Front Episode 1.

HistoryEdit

Before 1903, presumably, even before 1868 the house was built, according to the date of the boiler. at some point, von Toten resided to this house or got it as an in-heritage.
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Karl von Toten's picture.

1903 Edit

In July of 1903, Professor Karl Von Toten returned to his house from the conference that attempted creating never-before-seen war technology. They had been successful in the creation of new weapons but were unable to stabilize them. Now von Toten had requested to research the matter and work on his own micro-scale model.

It was also during this time, that von Toten first noticed that there was something wrong with Manfred Nikolai.

In October of the same year, von Toten had reached a breakthrough. He sent a sample of his work to Kaiser's Chemistry Institute to be analyzed. In November he got his answer, it was Helium. It was stable, which is not possible in the Covert Front universe.

Through all this time Karl von Toten was being watched by an unknown organization.

After 1904 Edit

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Kara discovers a secret room in Karl von Toten's house.

In 3rd of August 1904, a large bag was carried out of the mansion by two soldiers. What or who this was remained to be seen. This probably has links to Von Toten his disappearance,

In 4th August of 1904, von Toten traveled out of his house, to the capital and Manfred seems to also have left. This is lucky for Kara who entered the house and searched it for evidence. However, it was also Kara's mission to find him. Kara was seen by the organization and was caught on tape. The organization did nothing to stop her, however. Kara left the house and ventured to the underground sewers.

GeneralEdit

HeatingEdit

Boiler

The water of the house is warmed with a boiler, made in 1868. The boiler is used to heat the water for the bathroom and apply energy for the experiments that von Toten made.

The boiler is marked with Baxter's pat. 1868. In our world, this would refer to the US patent number 84,605, which is an adjustable s-wrench.

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