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|Wilhelm Gottsreich Sigismond Ormstein|
- Main article: The Return of the Great Departed Soul
Wilhelm Gottsreich Sigismond Ormstein, Gotts for short, was descended from the royalty of Bohemia. He was part of a prep school that came to London for a sightseeing trip, his teacher once told him people must do call each other by their full names when they first meet. The trip was in the middle of the World's Fair so Gotts put a mask on his cute face so he could go see it.
Gotts got to ride on one of the hot air balloons. He was constantly taking pictures with his camera. While in the balloon, he watch Benjamin Dobinbough's demonstration on his new teleportation invention. But when he tested on his volunteer, the machine exploded. Then the air next to a green balloon somehow exploded and Gotts took a picture of it.
Gotts was then summoned as witness to Dobinbough's trial. It was there he decides to removes his mask. Rumba Marmatch, who was in charge of the balloons, is also a witness. So Gotts constantly gives him some money, which he has plenty of, so he can have one of the balloons he's carrying. He's pretty upset that people don't believe he saw that Green balloon. When the judge of the trial says that a photograph is an example of proof, Gotts remembers the photo he took and submits it as evidence.
Gotts is a bit of a whiny brat. He complains a lot when he doesn't get his way.
- His name is derived from the character of the same name from the Holmes' story A Scandal in Bohemia.