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An executioner working for Elizabeth I. Before executing Tarkus and Bruford, he gives them a "present", pointing to Mary's decapitated head on the ground. He boasts about being the one to kill her and mentions that the woman imprisoned in the tower was just an impersonator to trick the knights. They thought letting her live would risk the chance of a rebellion. Enraged, Bruford and Tarkus screamed and cursed Elizabeth and all her descendants. Rigid from anger, Tarkus broke several axes of the executioners with the flesh of his thick neck, before fully giving way. Bruford's long hair supposedly entangled the feet of the executioner and tore his flesh before dying.

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