Wendy Hartmann
Biographical information
Full name Wendy Hartmann
Gender Female
Status Alive
Birth 1980
Nationality Flag of ScotlandFlag of Germany Scottish-German
Residence Frankfurt, Germany (formerly)
Stonemoor, Scotland
Past profession(s) Detective
Family Helena Hartmann (sister)
Hans Hartmann (brother; incarcerated)
Daniel Hartmann (brother)
Unnamed niece
North American Elite Force
Rank Elite Force Detective
Game information
Appears in The North American Adventure
First appearance Case #1: The Journey Begins
Even if my sister knows the world better than I do, I know that we're still loyal to each other like the parts of a human body. She gives the tough love and I fuel that tough love into who we are.
—Wendy Hartmann

Wendy Hartmann is a main character featured in The North American Adventure, appearing as the North American Elite Force's Elite Force Detective.


At 39 years of age, Wendy has green eyes shoulder-length wavy blond hair and a beauty mark under her lip. She wears a grey loosened tie with a dark blue collared police shirt with the American flag on her sleeves. Wendy also dons a pair of green glasses with brown lenses, golden hoop earrings, a silver ring on a chain around her neck, her NAEF badge and red lipstick.

Wendy is known to be stern, kindred and passionate about her work as a detective.

Height 5'8"
Age 39
Weight 156 lbs
Eyes green
Blood AB-

Notable Events of The North American Adventure

Meeting Wendy

Wendy met the player when Chief Austin Chandler introduced her to the player on their first day in the elite force. She then joined the player on some sightseeing ordered by the chief. However the duo discovered the strangled corpse of archeologist Edgar Carlson in the Oaxaca market, prompting an investigation to commence.


The player may choose Wendy to join the investigation of each crime scene in every case she partners with the player and provide hint bonuses. She is available as a 1-hint, level-10 partner.


Case appearances

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