He uses principles of Zersetzung (nonfiction) to silence political opponents.
Art critic and alleged supervillain The Eel says that he has been framed by the Baron for crimes he did not commit.
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Six Seconds to Hell is "a reasonably accurate depiction of events as I experienced them," says Baron Zersetzung.
2001: Signed first edition of Skip Digits, Conductor sells for five million dollars; US Treasury investigators say money trail leads to Baron Zersetzung.
Judge Havelock declares hostile colleague status against Baron Z.
Adventurer and alleged time-travelling "Pirate of the Prairies" Wallace War-Heels defeats Baron Zersetzung in single combat.