|Highscore||Killed 16, injured 1|
Robert Steinhäuser (born January 22, 1983) was a 19-year-old expelled student who got so fucking pissed about his eviction from school that he decided to bring a gun into class and kill everybody. On the 26th of April 2002, his IRL ragequit wiped off 16 worthless People from the face of the Earth and further injured one other guy, earning him the second Highest Score in history (until 2007), right before Britfag kiddy-killer Thomas Watt Hamilton. His genocide crusade made Germany severely butthurt and caused moral panics, much in the same way that Columbine did back in '99. German schools implemented a code term, Mrs. Koma is Coming, Koma spelt backwards reading A M O K, a term for an active Mass Shooting.
On his last day alive, Robert Steinhäuser brought two firearms into his former school and entered the bathroom to change his clothes so that he looked like a Ninja. He then proceeded to shoot at every teacher in sight, ignoring the students for reasons unknown. Cops showed up within a matter of minutes, but that didn't deter our hero from trying to reach the High Score, as he shot one police officer straight through the head from a classroom window.
—Nigga, you're asking for it.
Steinhäuser answered with:
Mr. Heise made small talk with Steinhäuser before luring him into an empty classroom and locking him inside where he cried like a pussy faggot and killed himself. If he hadn't have given up so easily, he'd probably be ranked in the top 3 Highest Scores today.
|Accuracy:||20/20 16-1 K/I; noscope headshot teachers only|
|Style:||20/20 Assassinated teachers exclusively|
|Butthurt:||20/20 Germany's version of Columbine. However, Steinhauser's family is sorry.|
|Bonus:||20/20 Perfect headshot on a police officer!|
|Total score: 96/100 (A)|
- Tim Kretschmer - German High School Shooter 2.0.
- Ali David Sonboly - 3.0 except w/o schule kek
- Anton Lundin Pettersson - Stabbed niggers in a Swedish school.
- Thomas Watt Hamilton - Did better than Steinhäuser.
- School shooting - You want to do it.
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