Despite being beaten just months ago, the Gladiators have travelled back to Rome, trying to cheat their fortune by waving their ploughs in the mighty Coliseum. Aware that the coliseum cannot tolerate their foolishness, the MIGHTY PULSIUS, accompanied by his henchman and impersonator, the GREAT PULSIUS, engaged them, for the 3rd time, in a 2v2 battle in front of the crowds of Rome. The battle was quick, and just after 5 minutes the battle appeared to be won. Afraid of losing, the Gladiators resorted to verbally taunting Pulsius, in the hope that Pulsius would be disheartened and give up. Unfortunately for them, Pulsius, ruler of Rome and as wise as Jupiter himself, was immediately aware of the plan and did not fall for their tricks. With their pumped up stats giving them arrogance and foolish confidence, the Gladiators fought on, but the battle was over. The Gladiators fleed pn their horses, back to their camps in the North. Pulsius, however, was not satisfied, and knew that the Gladiators must be properly defeated.
Meanwhile, the mighty Pulsius received news that the Gladiators have been ousted in even their homeland spain. A military genius Pulsius was, he immediately sent 17 full armies right into Spain, taking the gladiators by surprise and causing them to fun from the field. When the Gladiators had finally returned to their safe camps in the Barbaric North, the Mighty Pulsius led his armies to cut them off. The Gladiators were taken by surprise. The armies of Pulsius charged through their camps like an unstoppable wave. The Gladiators, cowards they were, were afraid of death, and immediately kneeled at Pulsius' feet and begged for forgiveness. They have agreed to return, once again, disgraced, back to their homeland.
Edited 12/8/2013 01:06:35