Lord Talmadge

"Send the infantry. You lead them!"

-Lord Talmadge to Lord Cheltham during the battle of Stirling.

Biography Edit

Lord Talmadge commanded the England's Northern Army during the Battle of Stirling. Given his title, he was likely an English noble but his exact military rank is not specified. Just prior to the battle, Talmadge ordered for the English cavalry to charge William Wallace and his army, confident the Scotts stood no chance. When he realized the disaster, he immediately ordered for his infantry to charge, despite the uncertainty on Lord Cheltham's voice. Lord Talmadge is last seen retreating with the remainder of his army as it was slaughtered. As he is not seen again, his fate is unknown.