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During Jagar Tharn's betrayal of Emperor Uriel Septim VII, he not only banished the Emperor to Oblivion, he also sent General Warhaft there as well. When The Eternal Champion defeated Tharn and reclaimed the Dragon Throne for Emperor Uriel Septim VII, not only did Emperor Uriel Septim VII come back from Oblivion, but General Warhaft came back as well. After the Emperor thanked The Eternal Champion for rescuing him, Warhaft said, "It seems, [create character name], that I am quite in the way. Not only have you managed to save the Emperor, but my life as well. I cannot be but proud of one who has truly earned such renown, and my deepest respect...".
A few years after Tharn's defeat, Warhaft retired and lived out the rest of his days in an unknown location. It is unknown if Warhaft served in the Blades since he served Uriel Septim VII as his personal bodyguard.
- Both the Manual of Arms and the Manual of Armor were commissioned by Warhaft to serve as a guide and manuals for Imperial officers.
- In Arena's manual book, in the introduction the hero of the game is known as Talin, but in the game's introduction General Warhaft is known as Talin.
- General Warhaft only appeared in the ending sequence of the floppy disc/freeware version of Arena, he didn't appear in the CD-ROM version.