Nadal, the former head of the Wadiyan Nuclear Program.

Nadal, sometimes referred to as "Nuclear Nadal" was the former head of the Wadiyan Nuclear Program and Procurer of Women, until he was "executed" by Haffaz Aladeen.  

Nuclear ProgramEdit

Nadal was head of the nuclear program until he and Haffaz Aladeen "agreed to disagree" on the shape of a missile (rounded or pointy). During this encounter, Nadal accused the supreme leader of getting his ideas from cartoons (especially a 'Professor Popeye'). Aladeen, immediately after saying 'We will just agree to disagree', ordered the execution of Nadal.

Later Role Edit

When Aladeen loses his beard in New York, he walks into a restraunt in "Little Wadiya" which is comitted to the hatred of Aladeen.  When the owner suspects him of being Aladeen after several attempts at making up fake names (such as Allison Burgers and Max Imumokupansee-one-hundred-and-twenty), Nadal passes him off as his cousin. 

Nadal then takes him of a helicopter tour around New York, where they get arrested for screaming the words 9-11 and counting down from five with a back-brace that looks like a suicide vest. This is widely reported in the media as another example of racial profiling.

He then assists Admiral-General Supreme Leader Aladeen to retake control of Wadiya by breaking into the Lancaster Hotel with a zipline (built originally for Nadal to assassinate Aladeen in revenge for his 'execution'), which nearly fails due to Aladeen's carrying various items such as bricks, bananas, and potassium energy drinks. When Aladeen rips up the proposed Wadyian constitution at the signing ceremony, Nadal is one of the few supporters of the old regime, happy with the return to dictatorship.

However, as Aladeen takes a turn towards democracy à la China, Nadal is reinstated as the head of nuclear research with a wide-ranging portfolio to complete his (round) bomb. A year after the conclusion of the events, Nadal completes new missiles, which are reported to the now-President-Prime Minister Admiral General Supreme Leader Aladeen as being pointy – which Aladeen dismisses as a trivial detail with no impact on the payload delivery system.