- Age: 47
- Height: 6′ 3″
- Weight: 265 lbs
- Origin: Seine Basin, Gaul
- History: Talos was the leader of the Senonii tribe dwelling in the Seine Basin. The Senonii were well trained warriors who based their culture around combat. Talos has been training in combat ever since he was able to hold a sword. He commanded a small group of fighters which was about 50 men including him. They were the most ruthless killers in the tribe, and were revered as guardians.
The Senonii tribe revolted against Julius Caesar in 53 BC and was ultimately defeated. Those that were still alive and didn’t have life threating wounds were captured and imprisoned by Caesar’s army. They were later forced to fight in the Colosseum for the duration of their life as punishment. Talos is now one of the few remaining survivors from his tribe, and continues to fight hoping to one day win his freedom.