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Borah Terah  (battle of)

 

Pronunciation:  BOR-uh + TEHR-uh

Occurrences:  1      (Commentary — 4)

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 11:7

 

Now the senior commander of A’Kontay was a man named Manegus Acquilla, the hero of Borah Terah, a man of great harshness and brutality; and being made aware of the son of Areta, and of all his words unto the senior cadets;

 

 

See:  Borah Graccus, Drakonia, First Power, First Track, Manegus Acquilla

 

Summary:  The battle of Borah Terah was a famous war fought between the armies of Drakonia and the Chen during the reign of the Drakonian Emperor, Caius Quintus Drakonus. Drakonia’s victory secured the island of present-day New Zealand from the Chen Empire. Both Manegus Acquilla and Borah Graccus fought in the battle (AZC - Manegus Acquilla; Borah Graccus).

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Manegus Acquilla

 

The Hero of Borah Terah, a man of unknown parentage. In his youth, he joined the legions of the empire as a common foot soldier who quickly rose through the ranks. His fierceness and courage earned the respect of his peers and the admiration of his superiors. At the battle of Borah Terah he held his position against overwhelming forces, and succeeded in advancing his line and securing a highly strategic bridge which later proved pivotal in achieving a major victory for the armies of  Drakonia. The victory of Borah Terah eventually stripped the island of present-day New Zealand from the grasp of the Chen Empire. As a result of his bravery and leadership, Manegus Acquilla was promoted to the rank of Field Commander (equivalent to a Colonel in the army), and received a personal commendation from the Emperor, Caius Quintus Drakonus. Two wars later, he held the rank of Senior Field Commander and was finally chosen by Seti-Kahn to be the Commandant of the Military Academy of A’Kontay. It was there that he first came to know the young cadet which later became known as Kronus Maximillius.

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Borah Graccus

 

[...] 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...

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Borah Graccus
Borgeah