|Final Fantasy Legend III Character|
Borgin is the last temporary party member to join Arthur in Final Fantasy Legend III, although he actually stays in the player's party throughout till the end of the game. An influential leader in the future, Borgin masterminds the plan to combat Pureland Masters by sending Arthur and the youths back in time, to the present.
Borgin brings Arthur, Curtis, and Gloria to the Elder of Dharm in the Present World before the start of the game. He also tells him of the coming dangers. When Arthur arrives in the Future World, he learns that a band of rebels which composes of Borgin, Jupiah, and Dr. Quacer have already left for Pureland in the Talon2.
Dr. Quacer and Borgin lives in Talonburg, but leaves for the Goht region before Arthur arrives at Talonburg. Arthur finally meets Borgin within the Eastern Ruins, and tells them to destroy the Barrier Machine while he goes off to investigate Mt. Goht. He returns to find the Barrier Machine has been destroyed along with Dion, he tells Arthur that Dion saved their lives and they must not let his sacrifice be in vain. They have to defeat Xagor at Mt. Goht, and then go through the hole in the Talon2 before joining the party.
After witnessing Talon2 flying by itself at Mt. Goht, he tells Arthur that his father's brain made it possible. After Xagor's defeat, and returning to the Future World. He tells Arthur that he's proud of what he has become.
- Borgin's role in the story has many allusions to Odin, the chief Norse god. His ultimate goal is to destroy Xagor, who is known as 'Ragna' (short for Ragnarok) in the Japanese version. His alter ego, the 'Wanderer', was also Odin's alter ego when traveling the mortal world. In addition to this, he comes equipped with Gungnir, Odin's fabled lance.