I might be creating so much threads, but, in my own words, I don't really mind. So, we know the so badass Joshua Graham. We are aware he's hard as a fucking rock. Surviving twice to the Legion, one of that times, being burned and letting him fall from the Great Canyon. Then, he returned to Utah, of course, being saved by New Cannanites, or whatever they are called. Caesar knew he was alive, and demanded the White Legs to kill him. After that, he became the Dead Horses (were they called?) leader in battle. I don't understand why Caesar feared so much Joshua Graham. He is almost a dead man, nearly burned to ashes, hurted for life, living in Utah. By some people it's said that Graham was an expert legate, maybe not as strong as Lanius is, but clever as fuck. Yes, it's true that because of him, Caesar's Legion lost the First Battle of Hoover Dam, but he was one of closer Caesar friends. Joshua always demonstrated loyalty to Caesar. Caesar feared Graham to the point that he sent Ulysses to kill him, one of the most dangerous men in the whole Legion (which, in my opinion, would have killed it). To the point of sending the White Legs to kill the remain of its ashes. Opinions, guys?