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'''Kertz''' is a supporting character featured in the singleplayer of ''[[Battlefield V]]''. He is the driver and mechanic of [[Tiger I#Battlefield V|Tiger 237]] commanded by [[Peter Müller]]. Although not seen, he is present during the [[Prologue (Battlefield V)|Prologue]] in Libya in 1941. He makes a more prominent appearance during the war story [[The Last Tiger]].
   
'''Kertz''' is a supporting character featured in the singleplayer of ''[[Battlefield V]]''. He is the driver of the [[Tiger I]] tank commanded by [[Peter Müller]]. Although not seen, he is present during the [[Prologue (Battlefield V)|Prologue]] in Libya in 1941. He makes a more prominent appearance during the war story [[The Last Tiger]].
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He and Müller have a close friendship, having been together as far back as Tobruk in 1941. Knowing him well, he can see through Müller's artificial enthusiasm conjured from his patriotic adages, and unlike the rest of the crew he sees from the very beginning of the story that the war is lost.
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Calm and competent in battle, Kertz' bravery comes from years of experience and trust in Müller, although he too eventually realises further fighting is fruitless after the crew is sacrificed to prolong the war.
   
 
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Kertz is a supporting character featured in the singleplayer of Battlefield V. He is the driver and mechanic of Tiger 237 commanded by Peter Müller. Although not seen, he is present during the Prologue in Libya in 1941. He makes a more prominent appearance during the war story The Last Tiger.

Personality

He and Müller have a close friendship, having been together as far back as Tobruk in 1941. Knowing him well, he can see through Müller's artificial enthusiasm conjured from his patriotic adages, and unlike the rest of the crew he sees from the very beginning of the story that the war is lost.

Calm and competent in battle, Kertz' bravery comes from years of experience and trust in Müller, although he too eventually realises further fighting is fruitless after the crew is sacrificed to prolong the war.

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