He owns a pair of boot-heels which, properly attached to boots, give the wearer superhuman powers of leadership and combat.
Wallace is widely regarded as an honorable soldier whose word is his bond. He prefers to avoid bloodshed, never killing for sport, nor taking pleasure in death. As a leader of soldiers he tolerates no abuse of women and children.
He has a long-standing mutual grudge with Hopalong Perfidy over a deal gone bad long ago.
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Mark Twain Interviews Wallace War-Heels is published; War-Heels will later declare that Twain "was reasonably accurate in his representation of myself and my words."
Baby's grandfather's boots probably not worth divining, says kindly old Scarpomancer-Cobbler.
Hopalong Cassidy will shoot to kill if that War-Heels feller comes around.