Hardhead lives to fight - so much that life without a war on seems pointless to him. He would be the perfect soldier if only he could just take orders. Unfortunately, he's too stubborn to follow any command he doesn't agree with, and too dense to appreciate the subtlety of strategy. Why engage in a flanking maneuver, he reasons, when there's perfectly good open ground over with to mount a charge? More than a few battles have started early because he couldn't wait for the commanders to make their plans, and simply charged in, guns blazing.