|“||They suspect it was you.||”|
|— Graco to Diana Sydney and Cuyler Ridley regarding the Unity Day bombing [src]|
Early Life Edit
Throughout the Series Edit
In Unity Day, he runs to inform Diana and Cuyler Ridley that they are suspected in the bombing intended to assassinate Chancellor Jaha. He discusses their next move with them, in which they ultimately decide to commandeer the Exodus ship.
Graco is present when Kane interrogates Ridley in his prison cell. When the power stars to shut off Graco attacks another Guard with his shock stick and frees Ridley. They lock Kane in the cell, intending that he die of cold.
After guards loyal to Diana take control of the Exodus ship, Graco boards the vessel with Diana. He listens to her orders and then proceeds to give his own orders to his men to launch the Exodus ship.
When Jaha and his men are trying to get the airlock doors open, Graco looks concerned as his men try to keep it closed. Eventually though, the doors are kept closed and the ship launches.
However, Mount Weather's jamming frequency caused the ships navigation to malfunction, making it crash into the ground. Graco, as well as everyone else on board, perished in the crash.
Lieutenant Graco was a loyal supporter of Diana Sydney's rebellion. He appeared to take pride in his position as a Guard Officer.
Physical Appearance Edit
He is a white male of average height with black hair and a beard.
|Twilight's Last Gleaming||Absent|
|His Sister's Keeper||Absent|
|Contents Under Pressure||Absent|
|I Am Become Death||Absent|
|We Are Grounders (Part 1)||Absent|
|We Are Grounders (Part 2)||Absent|
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