Cicero is finally undone by his duplicity in the form of Titus Pullo, acting upon Octavian's request to assassinate all supporters of Brutus in Rome. Pullo and Vorenus enjoy a happy if counterfeit outing with their families in the countryside to hide their assassin mission. Vorena the Elder's dangerous dalliance with one of Mimeo's men continues, and the torrid affair between Octavia and Agrippa escalates. Atia's casual cruelty to ask for the assassination of people she doesn't like results in complete disaster for Octavia's friend Jocasta. Elsewhere, the headstrong Levi engages Timon in a plan to assassinate King Herod by recruiting in the synagogue where they worship. Disastrously out manned, Brutus and Cassius engage the combined legions of Mark Antony and Octavian, and confront their fates in the ferocious battle at Philippi.
Christopher Chase (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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When Titus Pullo kills Cicero, you can clearly see the length of the sword is alot smaller when he pulls the sword out from his shoulder. See more
If we play this right, we can take Brutus and Cassius by surprise. Hm. They will be expecting to face only you and your troops, so when both our armies arrive in Greece, they will be trapped, and there'll be no time for them to flee.
[Octavian, who is scratching away at his writing tablet, doesn't answer
Do you understand what I'm saying, or shall I speak more slowly?
No. Making use of strategic surprise is obvious.
[he places the tablet in front of Antony
To that end, there is a ...
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