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He's the best captain here, and no one can argue with that. He'd out-sail and out-fight any rabbit alive.
 

Commander Usher was the commander of Burnley alongside Lord and Captain Grimble. He and the Grimbles went rogue and abandoned their fellow vessels to an island of dragons.

Biography

The Wreck and Rise of Whitson Mariner

I am glad to see you, Queen. It looks like our comrades may have...misplaced you. Orban will remain with you until we come back.
 
Aboard the Vanguard, King Whitson Mariner welcomed his lords and captains into his cabin for a toast, at which Commander Usher was present. Usher defends the Grimbles when Commander Tagg pokes fun at their manners. Eventually, all the rabbits took their leave of their rulers, with Lord and Captain Grimble, as well as Commander Usher, returning to Burnley to continue their journey.

Under Captain Grimble's command, Burnley failed to warn Vanguard of a rock that wrecked the vessel, and disappeared failing to answer hails. It was later revealed that Usher and the Grimbles had betrayed their king by leading him into a wreck on a mysterious island inhabited by dragons, with whom the Grimbles had allied.

In the midst of a battle, when Captain Grimble's sailors discovered a group of blastpowder barrels aboard the supposedly abandoned Steadfast, many of them abandoned ship, Usher among them. They swam to shore.

The barrels, however, were revealed to be a hoax, and Commander Usher resolved to lead the crew back into the fight upon Steadfast. When Queen Lillie ordered them to surrender, Usher merely laughed and instructed Orban to stay with the queen until they returned. Luckily, more of Lillie's allies arrived, and Usher himself took an arrow after taunting Mother Saramack, forcing him and his allies to remain on shore.

Personality and traits

Commander Usher, though not as outspoken as the Grimbles, still mimicked many of their traits. He was known to dislike the king and would defend the Grimbles at any turn. He was also prone to sneering.

Trivia

  • The name "Usher" is of English origin.[1]

References




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