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Borah Graccus

 

Pronunciation:  BOR-uh + GRAK-us

Occurrences:  9

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 16:5

 

Now when Kronus and his five thousand were come unto the Fortress of Octavius, having been dropped from the air into the fortress compound; there came out to meet him, the Post Commander whose name was Borah Graccus.

 

 

See:  Borah Terah, First Track, Fortress Octavius, Manegus Acquilla

 

Summary:  During the First Track of the world of the First Power, Borah Graccus was the commander of the Drakonian Fortress of Octavius. When armies of the Chen laid siege to the northern territories, the young Kronus Maximillius was given the challenge of defending the Fortress and holding the Chen at bay until reinforcements could be sent (3:15:62-67). Graccus initially resented being replaced by the young Tribune, but eventually came to greatly respect Kronus due to the graceful way in which he handled his position.

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Borah Graccus

 

Commander of the Fortress of Octavius in modern-day Alaska, Borah Graccus came out of retirement to assume command of the newly constructed fortress. Fortress Octavius was a part of the Northwest Defense Complex of the [Drakonian] empire, and was built to maintain the security of the far northwest regions of the empire. The fortress was literally stuck out in the wilderness and it had no roads going in or out of it. Access to the fortress was either by way of the Denali River or by air (3:16:5).

 

Borah Graccus was every bit the “old warhorse”. He was tough, rigid and implacable; a man who could quote military regulations like some people quote scripture. Borah Graccus was an old war companion of Manegus Acquilla, and both men had a great deal of respect for each other. For Manegus Acquilla, Borah Graccus was a reliable, no-nonsense, by-the-book soldier who was absolutely dependable regardless of obstacles or danger. For Borah Graccus, Manegus Acquilla was simply the most fearsome, deadly and courageous man he had ever met. It was at the battle of Borah Terah that Graccus took the name “Borah” in honor of the fiercest battle he had ever participated in. He wanted everyone to know that he was there and that he survived when so many others did not. Borah Graccus took great pride in his accomplishments. Initially, he was very bitter to have his command usurped by the young Imperial Tribune known as Kronus Maximillius. However, these feelings were very much reversed by the manner in which Kronus treated the old commander. By the end of Kronus’ campaign against the Chen, Borah Graccus held the young tribune in high regard. Two years after the defeat of Ahgi Wynnaki, Borah Graccus died of a severe case of influenza.

 

 

 

Notes/References:
 

“...During the defense of Fortress Octavius against Ahgi Wynnaki, Julius Kasari was placed under the direct command of Borah Graccus.

Azrael’s Commentary - Julius Kasari
 

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