Night of the Wolves

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Night of the Wolves
Mission in Commandos 2: Men of Courage
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Available commandos Thief, Seductress, Dog
Location La Pallice, France
Mission objective(s)
  • Contact the wounded Ally.
  • Steal the Enigma machine from the General's safe.
  • Decipher the message using the Enigma machine.
  • Use the radio.
  • The thief must hide under a bed.
Secondary objectives
  • Steal the security papers.
Clues
  • Contact Natasha.
  • Disconnect the power to the electrified fence.
  • Use the sleeping pills to knock out the assistant.
  • Natasha can call the General on the telephone.
Previous mission: Training Camp 2
Next mission: Das Boot, Silent Killers

Night of the Wolves is the third mission of Commandos 2: Men of Courage. It is the first actual (non-training) mission.

Introduction[edit]

In May 1941, after having subdued the whole of Western Europe, the German army concentrates all its efforts in the war on England, the last bastion against the expansion of the Third Reich. Having failed on their invasion of the island nation due to the superior power of the British Navy, the Germans are now concentrating on a war of attrition. England, isolated from the continent, depends on supplies, especially weapons and fuel which arrive from the other side of the Atlantic. These supplies are growing ever more scarce.

The German submarine fleet, the "wolfpacks", hound on the allied convoys which suffer enormous losses. La Pallice located on the French coast, near La Rochelle, is the most important German submarine base. Constructed like a bunker, it is an impregnable fortress. Its piers built under tonnes of reinforced concrete are invulnerable to aerial attacks. Is is the perfect base from where to carry out the deadly patrols. It is the U-boats' lair.

Items[edit]

General's office[edit]

Chest of drawers:

Desk:

Shelf:

  • 1 bottle of wine

Safe:

  • Enigma machine
  • Security papers