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[EN/PL] Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo (Warlord Games)

Hello everyone!The story of two centurions from the 11th Legion (Legio XI Claudia) in the army of Caesar today.The great leader mentions brave soldiers (also known from the TV series Rome) in the work "Gallic War" And it's Caesar's voice today ..."In that legion there were two most gallant centurions, now not far from the first class of their rank,6 Titus Pullo and Lucius Vorenus. They had continual quarrels together which was to stand first, and every year they struggled in fierce rivalry for the chief posts. One of them, Pullo, when the fight was fiercest by the entrenchments, said: "Why hesitate, Vorenus? Or what chance of proving your pluck do you wait for? This day shall decide our quarrels." So saying, he stepped outside the entrenchments, and dashed upon the section of the enemy which seemed to be in closest array. Neither did Vorenus keep within the rampart, but in fear of what all men would think he followed hard. Then, at short range, Pullo sent his pike at the enemy, and pierced

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[EN/PL] SPQR - Warlord Games: Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo (Warlord Games)

Hello everyone!The story of two centurions from the 11th Legion (Legio XI Claudia) in the army of Caesar today.The great leader mentions brave soldiers (also known from the TV series Rome) in the work "Gallic War" And it's Caesar's voice today ..."In that legion there were two most gallant centurions, now not far from the first class of their rank,6 Titus Pullo and Lucius Vorenus. They had continual quarrels together which was to stand first, and every year they struggled in fierce rivalry for the chief posts. One of them, Pullo, when the fight was fiercest by the entrenchments, said: "Why hesitate, Vorenus? Or what chance of proving your pluck do you wait for? This day shall decide our quarrels." So saying, he stepped outside the entrenchments, and dashed upon the section of the enemy which seemed to be in closest array. Neither did Vorenus keep within the rampart, but in fear of what all men would think he followed hard. Then, at short range, Pullo sent his pike at the enemy, and pierced

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