Caesar Borgata is currently the Chief Warlord and Heir of Transylvito. He is the third Unit to hold the position of Heir to Don King, having been preceded by two Royal Heirs, both of whom Don and the troops of Transylvito eventually found less than satisfactory before they croaked. Caesar was popped as the Viscount of Vitalis, which made him a very minor Noble. He achieved his rise to power largely on the basis of personal merit. His position is now in doubt, because he and Don disagree sharply on how to deal with the threat posed by Gobwin Knob. Caesar is particularly opposed to Don's policy of rapidly building the power of Faq, in part because he despises Faq's Queen Jillian. Don King has recently ordered the creation of a third Royal Heir to Transylvito. Caesar strongly disapproves of this decision, not only because the new Royal may replace him as Heir, but also because the popping of a Royal requires resources he thinks could be far more wisely expended.
Caesar's personal troubles began when he was assigned to meet with Count Vinnie and a Barbarian Mercenary named Jillian. Jillian had made what Caesar regarded as the highly improbable claim that the ruins of three previously undetected cities existed close to Transylvito, and that Stanley planned to rebuild these cities after Gobwin Knob fell. Don King sent Caesar to investigate, to croak Stanley if he arrived where Jillian said he would be, and to claim the three cities for Transyvito, if they actually existed. Caesar was deeply suspicious of Jillian, and made it clear that he was in charge. Jillian and Caesar quickly developed an antipathy for one another. Part of the problem was that, unlike Vinnie, Caesar was not particularly friendly towards the members of the RCC, and frankly seemed to care little about Stanley one way or the other.
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.