Ah, crap! Not him! Not now!
*In the distance, a wolf howls*
Damnit, my inner Sir Penwood fanboy is also my inner werewolf fanboy, and he has a persecution complex stemming from historical events of people being tortured into confessing to being werewolves, blighting crops, eating the fetus out of pregnant women, etc, and promptly being executed for their trouble. Sure, he lets settings where lycanthropy = rabies/Aids slide. He was in fact ecstatic over the Harry Potter series using one as a fill in for the plight of the handicapped.
*More howls, with the sounds of snapping chains*
...err, lets speed this up. He equates the persecution of real life "Werewolves" with the persecution of Jews, which leads to an understandable loathing of Nazis. Which means he thinks of the Captain as a "traitor" of some kind, and wants to rip the guy's head off and shove monk's wort down his throat. A traitor to "Whom", I'm not sure, but since at this point he's basically a character in his own right rather than just an extension of myself, I have trouble following his thought process some days. Also, since he never got a chance to actually BE an in comic Penwood fanboy, he has been in a sour mood lat...
*The sound of a piece of string snapping, only infinitely louder, followed by a howl of triumph and rage*
How in the name of Hel did THAT happen?!? The dwarves I got it from said that was the same stuff that Asgard used to keep their own giant wolf from mauling Odin! I need to do some damage control. I'll check back later.