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"The Wellenreiter is fully operational and at the ready, mein FĂźhrer. Shall we send her through?"
—Sturmbannführer to Oliver Queen[src]

The Wellenreiter (English: Waverider), designated WR-1945 and nicknamed "Nazi Waverider" by the Legends, was a New Reich Timeship owned by the Nazis in service of invading Earth-1. It featured a female-programmed A.I. The Wellenreiter was designed by Eobard Thawne, armed with a doomsday device capable of an effect similar to a neutron bomb, which Thawne stole from Earth-1.

History

Wellenreiter displaying Nazi insignia

The Wellenreiter's first deployment.

The Wellenreiter was a timeship designed by Eobard Thawne using his 22nd Century knowledge during his time with the New Reich to be their secret weapon for the Nazi conquest of Earth-1. Early during their invasion of Earth-1, the SS members Kara, Oliver, and Eobard Thawne went on a mission to retrieve a device similar to a red ruby. This device was researched by Eobard Thawne to create a weapon that could effectively act like a neutron bomb, which he'd later arm the ship with.[1] At the orders of Oliver Queen, disguised as his doppelgänger, the SS forces under a Sturmbannfßhrer powered up their temporal gateway, allowing the Wellenreiter to go through to Earth-1.[2]

Once the ship arrived on Earth-1, Oliver took Kara aboard to monitor her vitals. Oliver soon went down to the ground to engage in battle, while Kara stayed aboard and had the ship fly above the streets of Central City, shooting lasers at civilians. As it floated above the city, Supergirl flew up to meet it, wishing to challenge Overgirl. The latter broke through the front window to charge at Supergirl. Following this, Killer Frost, Zari Tomaz, and Vixen went aboard, knocking out a horde of Nazis. They had Iris West send them the source code to deactivate the energy shield and pressed a button to engage it. Vibe then went to rescue his friends, before Harry Wells fired on the ship, destroying it.[3]

Appearances

The Flash

Season 4

DC's Legends of Tomorrow

Season 3

References

  1. ↑ "Crisis on Earth-X, Part 2"
  2. ↑ "Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3"
  3. ↑ "Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4"
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