This character was educated as most Romans, joins the military and quickly develops a solid reputation as a soldier, later going on to serve as a consul seven times while still training with their men at age sixty.
This character shows a cruel side as they take over control of Rome, using deceit to engage in civil wars, and eventually dying from ulcers caused by their excessive lifestyle.
This character was a well-mannered and temperate person whose major vice was avarice, as they buy up a lot of land after the fire in Rome, and although being better in politics, serves in the military, and is eventually beheaded by the Parthians.
This character rises to fame in the Roman military at a very young age, is known for their tendency toward mercy during many successful battles, likes large triumphs, and dies at the hands...
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