The silver haired Vulci had led his army to over a hundred victories. And beside him, his aid-de-camp, Kilroy, who had led his own army to an equal number of victories. Their mutual trust formed an inseparable bond between them, for they were not just men in arms, but brothers in blood. They had sworn to each other they would stand and die together on the field of battle.
See Vulci, Demon Admiral.
Vulci or Volci is an Etruscan city (in Etruscan, Velch or Velx, depending on the romanization used) in the Province of Viterbo, north to Rome, Italy. The Vulci were a tribe or people as well as a city. A derivation of the name from Indo-European welk "wet, damp", remains unconvincing.
Kilroy is a Irish and English surname, anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Giolla Ruaidh "son of the red-haired lad".