Fleet Admiral Mittermeyer (800 UC (2 NIC / 491 IC / 3600 CE))
|Occupation:||Chief Commander of the Space Fleet|
|Status:||Alive (801 UC (3 NIC / 492 IC / 3601 CE))|
|Children:||Felix Mittermeyer (adopted)|
|Played by:||Katsuji Mori|
Wolfgang Mittermeyer (Japanese: ウォルフガング・ミッターマイヤー) was an admiral in the Imperial Fleet serving directly under Reinhard von Lohengramm, Wolfgang Mittermeyer (Japanese: ウォルフガング・ミッターマイヤー) earned the nickname "Gale Wolf" for his blindingly-fast assaults. Along with Admiral Oskar von Reuenthal, Mittermeyer was known as one of the twin pillars of the Goldenlohen Empire.
Wolfgang Mittermeyer was one of the youngest admirals in Imperial history, attaining the rank in his 20's -all the more impressive for a man of common birth. A man with a strong sense of morality, Mittermeyer became a target for assassination when he had the temerity to follow military regulations and execute a soldier who had murdered a civilian woman in order to rob her. The executed soldier had been of noble birth, which enraged Mittermeyer's superiors and very clearly made him a marked man. In order to save his friend's life, Oskar von Reuenthal then approached Reinhard von Lohengramm, hoping the 19 year old admiral would be able to help Mittermeyer. Reinhard did so, and both Reuenthal and Mittermeyer served Reinhard thereafter.
After Reinhard's coronation as Kaiser, Mittermeyer was promoted to the rank of Fleet Admiral and appointed as the Chief Commander of the Fleet.
Upon von Reuenthal's rebellion Mittermeyer made a desperate appeal to Reinhard to give his friend the chance to explain himself, offering to relinquish all ranks and offices if Reinhard would remove Paul von Oberstein and Heydrich Lang at least temporarily from office as a sign of good faith. When this proved unsuccessful, he resolved to remove them personally but was prevented at the last minute from murdering Lang by the invervention of Ulrich Kesler.
After leading a rapid blitz into the former Free Planets Alliance against his close friend Oskar von Reuenthal and ending Reuenthal's Revolt, Mittermeyer continued to faithfully serve the Kaiser. He was in command of the Imperial forces for the vast majority of the Battle of Shiva, the final battle of the series, after the Kaiser collapsed during the opening stages. Upon the Kaiser's death, he was the only survivor from the initial pact between himself, Reinhard von Lohengramm, Siegfried Kircheis, and Oskar von Reuenthal that resulted from the other three saving him from prison. Being the last remaining original Fleet Admiral, he was likely the second most powerful person in existence, after the Kaiserin, and would have played a pivotal role in the Empire's future. His adopted son Felix Mittermeyer was hinted to be the next great ambitious figure for the Empire.
Known to be a kind, family man, Wolfgang Mittermeyer and his wife, Evangelin Mittermeyer, were unable to conceive any children so far. Eventually they would adopt the son of Oskar von Reuenthal, following his death.
- My Conquest Is the Sea of Stars (first appearance)
- 'In the Eternal Night'
- 'The Castrop Rebellion'
- 'Cool, Clear Artificial Eyes'
- 'The Actress Exits'
- 'When the Rain of Grief Comes...'
- 'Liberation of the Frontier Zone'
- 'The Battle of Amritsar Starzone'
- 'New Trends'
- 'The Lippstadt Conspiracy'
- 'Bloodshed in Space'
- 'Courage and Loyalty'
- 'The Fall of Goldenbaum'
- 'The Day Before Destiny'
- 'Farewell, Distant Memories'
- 'First Battle' (???)
- 'Lost Things'
- 'The Return'
- 'Determination and Ambition'
- 'The Abduction of the Young Emperor'
- 'The Arrow Is Released'
- 'Operation: Ragnarök'
- 'Invitation to a Requiem'
- 'The Sounding of Gjallarhorn'
- 'Fezzan Occupied'
- 'The Cold Spell Arrives'
- 'Seeking a Free Universe'
- 'The Two-Headed Snake: The Battle of Rantemario'
- 'The Darkness Before Dawn'
- 'Battle After Battle'
- 'Sudden Change'
- 'Long Live the Emperor!'
- 'After the Ceremony, the Curtain Rises Again...'
- 'Live by the Sword...'
- 'Die by the Sword'
- 'Endless Requiem'
- 'Dream: To See It to the End'
- "Do not think that Wolfgang Mittermeyer is double-tongued!"
Wolfgang is a common German given name and roughly means Striding with a wolf. Mittermeyer is a common Bavarian surname.[clean-up needed]