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After two Heirs proved less than cooperative with Don King and his troops, Caesar was promoted his personal capability and respect from Transylvito's units. He was originally the Viscount of [[Vitalis]], and thus a very low ranking noble. to of [[Don King]]'s recent decision to reemphasize the importance of [[Royal]]ty.
Revision as of 03:19, 26 October 2009
Caesar Borgata is the Chief Warlord to Transylvito. Caesar is not friendly with the Coalition troops in the way Vinny is; His duty is primarily to Don King and Transylvito. Throughout Book 1, he's rather exasperated at having to support the Coalition front himself, and as the only one around not willing to put up with Jillian's crap, frequently butts heads with her.
After two Heirs proved less than cooperative with Don King and his troops, Caesar was promoted to Heir because of his personal capability and respect from Transylvito's units. He was originally the Viscount of Vitalis, and thus a very low ranking noble. Caesar is still currently Heir Designate of Transylvito, but his position is now in doubt, given Don King's decision to begin the creation of a new Royal Heir.Caesar strongly disapproves of Don King's recent decision to reemphasize the importance of Royalty.
He is probably at least level 8, as he was quite unfazed by Jillian's dagger-attack. (She's level 9).
As a Viscount, he was lower in social station than a Count like Vinny Doombats.
Real World References
- His name is probably a reference to Cesare Borgia
- Caesars Palace and Borgata are famous casinos. Given the thug/mafia appearance of many characters from Transylvito, Caesar Borgata may be named for the casinos. This would also slyly imply a mafia connection to the casinos
- His appearance may be based on Kiefer Sutherland's vampire character, David, from The Lost Boys, or on the vampire character Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.