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race: human
affiliation: Caesar's Legion
role: leader
appearances: Van Buren
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The following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

Caesar is a former Follower of the Apocalypse and the charismatic and cunning leader of the Caesar's Legion.

The legionnaires are a well-organized fighting force and absolutely merciless in their slavery. Mimicking the ancient traditions of the Roman Empire, the legionnaires dress in segmented football pad armor and decorated football helmets. Caesar attempted to destroy NCR’s presence in the east, and actually succeeded in destroying one of their major fortifications, Fort Aradesh. When Caesar attempted to take Hoover Dam, however, the legion was badly defeated. Since that time, Caesar has moved east of Texas, past the legendary cyclones that rage for most of the months of the year.

Caesar also:

  • is merciless, which is proved with Grahams execution,
  • is admiring ancient Rome.

Appearances in games

Caesar's Legion was initially (when Chris Avellone still worked on the project) to play a significant role in Van Buren (Black Isle's Fallout 3), but they were mostly cut out because the game was getting too big, although they had some minor appearances in the game. Black Isle planned to give them a major role to play in Fallout 4. It is not certain if they will appear in any future Fallout game.

Behind the scenes

Metzger, the leader of the Slavers Guild from the Den, was initially named Caesar.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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S1 - S2 - S3 - MP - S4 - S5 - S6

Caesar was a passenger aboard Ajira Airways Flight 316 from Los Angeles to Guam when it crashed on the Hydra Island. Caesar assumed a semi-leadership role among the small pocket of survivors there, and took an interest into exploring the DHARMA Initiative station on the island. He appeared to be very secretive, evidenced by his keeping his discovery of a shotgun to himself. Benjamin Linus shot Caesar with the same shotgun, when Caesar would not let "Locke" take a boat to the Main Island.


Before the crash


Flight 316

Caesar boards Flight 316.

When checking in for Ajira Airways Flight 316, Caesar stood behind Jack in the line. When he overheard Jack telling the man at the counter about his dead friend, he offered his condolences. Jack, confused, thanked him.

Later, Caesar sat in first class, surrounded mostly by people who had already visited the Island. When the turbulence began to shake the plane, Caesar was shocked and confused, especially when warned by Hurley to buckle his seatbelt.("316") During the white flash that ensued, Caesar turned to find Hurley had disappeared, and later re-counted that other people had witnessed people disappear in exactly the same way before the crash.

The plane crash-landed on the runway on Hydra Island; the pilot managed to place it reasonably safely, but not without the passengers suffering a few injuries. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")

After the plane crash-landed, Caesar woke up an unconscious Ilana and informed her that the plane had crashed, but they were okay. He helped her up and they headed for the beach. ("Namaste")

On Hydra Island

2007 (Season 5)

Caesar ridicules Frank during Frank's speech. ("Namaste")

With the plane crash-landing on the runway, the survivors went to the beach. Frank attempted to gather up all the passengers and crew to explain their predicament and tell them that the best thing is to stay put. However Caesar rejected this and insisted that they search the "animal cages" and "buildings" he saw when crashing. ("Namaste")

Sometime later, Caesar and Ilana discovered the abandoned Hydra station. Neither of them appeared to have any previous knowledge of the DHARMA Initiative. Caesar explored an office and examined animal skulls and other biological items, books, maps, and charts. Caesar found some of Danielle's maps of the Island, a diagram from Daniel's journal concerning the difficulties of time travel, and a 1954 issue of Life magazine about hydrogen bomb testing. He took a torch and a shotgun which he stowed away in his bag. Ilana arrived, apparently already having visited the station, and informed him of a man in a suit that Roxanne had discovered whilst scouting south.

Caesar theorized that he may have been one of the passengers who disappeared whilst crashing, but Ilana disputed this, saying how he wasn't even on the plane to begin with. Caesar approached him, and asked the man's name, to which he replied "John Locke."

Caesar explores the Hydra. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")

Locke, the following evening, approached Caesar at the Hydra, in order to inquire about the passenger list of the plane. Locke explained briefly the DHARMA Initiative symbol on the documents Caesar was reading, and that they had been conducting experiments there. Caesar asked him how he knew that, and Locke replied that he had spent over a hundred days on this island.

When Locke said he could provide answers if reunited with his friends, Caesar informed Locke there were some passengers injured in the crash being kept in a room. He took Locke to a makeshift sickbay in the Hydra, where they were keeping the injured, and when Locke found Ben, he told Caesar that Ben was the man who had killed him. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")

Ben aims at Caesar. ("Dead Is Dead")

Caesar was told by Ben that Locke might already have been on the Island and was a dangerous man. When Locke and Ben were preparing the boat to go to the main island, Caesar interfered and was at the point of pulling out the shotgun to threaten Locke. Just as he couldn't find the shotgun, Ben pulled it out of his own bag, revealing that he had stolen it, and shot Caesar square in the chest. ("Dead Is Dead")


  • He was on the same flight as Sayid, Sun, and Kate but has not yet been shown speaking to any of them.
  • Although Caesar's name was not explicitly stated in "316", it was revealed in the credits as well as the ABC press release. He later was called "Caesar" by Ilana in "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham".
  • Caesar, along with Ilana, were already mentioned in the fifth Dharma Special Access e-mail. He and Ilana were also hinted at in other videos and mentioned heavily before the fifth season's premiere. Despite all this hype, Caesar abruptly died midway into his fourth episode.
  • Caesar became the de-facto leader of the Ajira 316 survivors, however he was quickly killed and Ilana took control of the group. This is a similar fate planned for Jack and Kate in "Pilot, Part 1," before the writers changed their minds.
  • In the casting call Caesar was described as "a dangerous, physical and extremely intelligent male between the ages of 35 and 45. Although his intentions are unclear, this much is certain: he's as skillful at charming people as he is at killing them. He also has a dark past..." [1]

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Caesar/Theories
  • Why was he traveling to Guam?
  • Why did he feel the need to hide the shotgun from Ilana?

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Rebellion era


Orion Ferret

"After all, we didn't come to feed Ceasar. We came to bury him!"
―Luke Skywalker

Ceasar was a male watchbeast, and a pet of Orion Ferret, the administrator of the space station Bazarre. Kept on the junk world of Patch-4, Ceasar was tasked with guarding whatever Ferret chose to store on the planet. The watchbeast was kept in line with a sonic pacifier, although whenever Ferret was not present, he was allowed to run wild. He caused considerable trouble for the inhabitants of Patch-4—a band of homeless refugees from the expansions of the Galactic Empire. In 3 ABY, Ceasar was unwittingly tasked with the killing of Alliance to Restore the Republic envoys Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian. Although he made several attempts to dispatch the two newcomers to Patch-4, he was thwarted by the Rebels, who banded together with the refugees. The two Rebels then gave the refugees Ferret's sonic pacifier, allowing them to control the watchbeast from then on.



Ferret's pet

Ceasar was a watchbeast owned by the administrator of Bazarre, Orion Ferret. In order to control Ceasar, Ferret utilized a sonic pacifier, which, when activated, would cause the watchbeast to behave placidly and obey commands. Ferret placed the creature on the junk planet of Patch-4, which the administrator used as a storage world. The planet was already inhabited by a group of homeless refugees from the Galactic Empire's rule, but Ceasar's aggressive presence forced them to flee underground. Ferret would occasionally visit the planet in his personal shuttle, and utilize the sonic pacifier on Ceasar. While living on Patch-4, Ceasar would hide under large piles of junk.

Skywalker and Calrissian's visit

Ceasar slams into the fuselage.

In 3 ABY, two envoys of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian, came to Patch-4 in Ferret's shuttle, to pick up four makeshift TIE Fighters that the Bazarre administrator was storing on the junk world. As they ventured towards the fighters, they attracted Ceasar's attention, prompting the watchbeast to burst out from underneath a junk pile, and attack the newcomers. The two Rebels fired on Ceasar with their blasters, but the watchbeast's hide was too thick to be penetrated by the firearms. In response, Ceasar lunged at Calrissian, and was able to catch the Rebel on his front pincers, before Skywalker attacked the watchbeast's underbelly with his lightsaber. Injured, Ceasar was forced to drop Calrissian, which allowed the two Rebels time to begin their escape. They were thwarted, however, when they found their passage was blocked by a large piece of fuselage. Cornering the two Rebels, Ceasar lunged towards them, but at the last second his prey fled into the piece of fuselage, where the homeless refugees had taken up residence. Moving at a considerable pace, Ceasar was unable to stop himself, and he subsequently collided with the fuselage violently.

Undeterred, the watchbeast lay in wait outside the fuselage, waiting for his prey to reemerge. While he waited, Calrissian and Skywalker, along with the refugees, withdrew from the makeshift shelter through a rear entrance, and opened fire on a pile of junk hanging over Ceasar's position. In doing so, they caused a landslide that fell on top of the watchbeast, seemingly trapping him under a mass of waste. Ceasar was unaffected by the attack however, and he moved to attack his assailants. Calrissian in particular was, successfully, drawing Caesar's attention by firing at the watchbeast's head—in response the creature repeatedly made violent lunges towards the Rebel.

Calrissian was able to dodge Ceasar's attacks, but the watchbeast merely dug through the junk piles and continued his relentless attacks. Just as Ceasar was about to eliminate Calrissian, Skywalker was able to reach the sonic pacifier in Ferret's shuttle. With the pacifier turned on, Ceasar slumped to the ground, unable to resume his attack. The Rebels were then able to retrieve the fighters and depart in peace, but not before giving the refugees the sonic pacifier. With Ferret's device now in their possession, the refugees were able to control Ceasar, effectively making the planet useless to the Bazarre administrator.

Behind the scenes

"You mean you've never seen Lando and Luke attacked by a giant, barbed penis? You haven't lived!"
Aidan Hennessy

Ceasar made his first and only appearance in 1982's Star Wars 59: Bazarre, which was written by David Michelinie and illustrated by Walt Simonson, who also did the cover art. In the story, Ceasar serves as one of the principle antagonists, along with his master, Orion Ferret. In the story itself, the line "we came to bury him" bears a resemblance to the line "I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him" from William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, which suggests that the character is a misspelled tuckerization of Gaius Julius Caesar.


  • Star Wars 59: Bazarre

Notes and references

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