|Born||6 February, 1776|
Kelowna, Zian, Zamastan
|Died||30 June, 1803|
Bonmuth, Zian, Zamastan
|Allegiance||Rebel Forces of Zamah St'an|
|Battles/wars||Zamastan War of Independence|
|Relations||Henry Tiller (brother)|
Charles Tiller (6 February, 1776– 30 June 1803) served as a general of the rebel forces during the Zamastan War of Independence. When the fighting broke out in the Zamastan War of Independence in 1802, he volunteered to serve with his brother, Henry Tiller, who was one of the main commanders of the northern separation of rebel forces. Tiller's ambitions to become Commander in Chief of the Rebel Army were thwarted by the appointments of Avi Taures and Tomias Hapson to that post.
During the summer campaign of 1803, forces under his command met Skithan forces at the Battle on Bonmuth. Tiller led an assault on the Skith that miscarried. He was subsequently sent through a court-martial and his military service brought to an end. He challenged his commander, Avi Taures to a duel shortly after the battle ended, in spite of his leave, and Taures agreed. Tiller was killed in the duel.