Spartacus

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  • 100 push ups! NOW!!
  • I want to leave this is unfair.
  • FIGHT!!
  • As your leader, I think its time for us to escape and be free!
  • YEAH
  • A young Thracian named Spartacus , joined the Roman war. But Spartacus did not enjoy being there. Unfortunately, he was caught trying to escape, and was turned into slavery as a gladiator.
  • We will win!
  • I need backup!!
  • Spartacus is fighting another gladiator and an animal, since he finished gladiator school and was sent to fight for the entertainment of the Romans. Being a gladiator was difficult, so he would have to be a good fighter to survive.
  • Can I join you and the other slaves fight the Romans?
  • That would be great.
  • Along with seventy other gladiators, Spartacus escaped gladiator school. He was positioned as the leader of their little army. They gathered and stole a bunch of armor and weapons to fight their way out. They went to Mount Vesuvius and collected more slaves to make a little army as they adventured.
  • Finally, we defeated Spartacus!
  • And his team, good job soldiers!
  • An army and a man named Claudius Glaber sent from Rome, followed Spartacus and his team. Spartacus refused to leave so Glaber waited with his team for them to give up. Spartacus had a better idea and defeated Glaber and his team of 3,000 army men.
  • Defeating Rome became easy for Spartacus and his army, since more and more slaves joined his team. There were over 70,000 slaves! Everyone had lots of experience and armor from beating the Romans, so they just fought their way to camp in Italy.
  • Romans didn't want Spartacus and his gladiators roaming around, so they gathered about 50,000 soldiers to defeat Spartacus. Sooner or later, Romans and two generals named Crassus and Pompey killed Spartacus.
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