. It was a word and ideal that had followed and formed Agron of the Teutons for his long, immortal existence.
Even during that brief period in his life when he knew joy, it was still clouded by bloodlust and vengeance.
He was born a free man, captured and sold as a slave, trained as a gladiator, fell in love as a rebel, and died swearing vengeance on former brothers who brought dishonor to them all.
It was almost enough to make him laugh; he died during a slave revolt only to sell his soul to Artemis. And for what? That one final act of vengeance.
It was the act of a man who simply lost it all. Having Nemetes, he who Agron and Spartacus freed, betray them all to Crassus still caused him to rage over two millennia later.
Perhaps he could’ve died on that field in peace if it wasn’t for Nemetes actions’ bringing about Nasir’s death.
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