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Fortis is a street thug whom he and his gang, the Minutemen, steal as much time as he can from the citizens of Dayton. 

Fortis first appears in the bar when Henry Hamilton attempts to spend all his years. Fortis notices him and challenges him to a time fight. Before the fight can start, Will intervens and save Henry. Fortis and his men lose sight of them and drive off disappointed. 

Eventually, with torture and blackmail, he tracks down Will and Sylvia to a motel. Despite his upperhand, Fortis challenges Will to a time fight. During the fight, Will uses his father's strategoy to let his clock nearly reach zero. Fortis and his men are distracted long enough for Will to pull out a conceled gun and shoot the guards. Will then simiply waits for Fortis to time out and die.

Trivia[]

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  • He came to the bar and tried to steal Henry Hamilton's time, but Will Salas saved the latter.
  • He mentioned he was 75 (the same age as Timekeeper Raymond Leon).
  • He stole Sylvia Weis's time when she was knocked out.
  • He hides from the Timekeepers and he had to leave Sylvia with a half an hour.
  • He likes Sylvia, but was planning to take her and her time (this can be seen when he was talking to Will and he tried to touch her legs).
  • He times out while strong arm-fighting with Will for his time.
  • He explains that the reason the Timekeepers leave him alone is because he steals only from his own people, limiting his "boundaries".
  • Fortis killed a man before he could attempt taking his time, wasting the time.

Quotes[]

  • "That, sir [Henry] is a very nice watch. You mind if I try it on? I think it would suit me."
  • "Come on, I'm a old man. Turned 75 last week."
  • "You guys wasted a gorgeous car!"
  • "It's like an angel fell from the sky!"
  • "You [Will] are lucky I don't like to kill a man with cold blood. I do, but I prefer not to."
  • "The reason the Timekeepers leave me alone is because I have boundaries."
  • "I never properly thanked you [Sylvia] for your time."
  • "I only steal from my own people."
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