Wilhelm Hague was the Reiksmarshal of the Empire in 2505 IC. Hailing from Talabecland, he was an idiosyncratic man, but a brilliant general. He was the commander of the Empire forces at the Battle of Stuttburg. Despite arriving in the town only a few hours before his enemies, he was able to organize the defence well. Artillery pieces were put in place, and entrenchments were dug.[1a]
However, the outcome of the Battle of Stuttburg, and thus Hague's fate, is not known.