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"Dead Man's Hand": The mysterious man allied with Weiss is revealed to be Paul Dorian Saveen – one of Tom's most dangerous foes, who was thought to have died during one of their previous encounters. But Tom isn't entirely surprised, since when the two first met in the late 1920's, the encounter
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Synopsis for "Dead Man's Hand"
The mysterious man allied with Weiss is revealed to be Paul Dorian Saveen – one of Tom's most dangerous foes, who was thought to have died during one of their previous encounters. But Tom isn't entirely surprised, since when the two first met in the late 1920's, the encounter supposedly ended with Saveen fatally falling victim to his own philogisten accumulator – a device that distills the thermal fluid philogisten.
At the present time, Tom explores Saveen's lair, and, put on display, Tom notices models of his former foes, as well as familiar weapons and gadgets Saveen has invented over the years. As Tom walks through the exhibit, using some kind of intercom, Saveen wistfully recounts their numerous battles, and explains that this time, he and Weiss have found a way to severely wound him emotionally. Meanwhile, the Strongmen of America battle Weiss' female soldiers, and after overcoming them, discover details concerning the plot against Tom. Back at Saveen's lair, one of the inanimate models proves to be Weiss in the flesh. Her battle with Tom is interrupted when Saveen introduces Albrecht Strong – the son Tom unknowingly fathered (while unconscious) with Ingrid Weiss back in 1945.
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