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: I will see the House of Batiatus fall. And with it the villain's blood upon the earth. Crixus
: As would I in your position, but I am far removed. My escape would not aid Naevia. How would I purchase her freedom? Or even find her while being hunted like a dog by the Romans. Spartacus
: Join me. We will find her, together.
: Where is Naevia? WHERE? Lucretia
: See me and Dominus out of the villa and I will tell you. Crixus
: I do not believe you. Lucretia
: Please... Crixus... Our child... Crixus
: I would rather see it dead... than suckle your breast.
: [to Spartacus
] We might have been brothers in another lifetime. But not this one.
[Addressing Spartacus and the new recruits
: What is beneath your feet?
: Answer! *What* is beneath your feet? Kerza
: Sand? Doctore
: Crixus! What is beneath your feet? Crixus
: Sacred ground, Doctore. Watered with the tears of blood. Doctore
: *Your* tears! *Your* blood! Your *pathetic* lives forged into something of worth. Listen! Learn! And, perhaps, live - As *Gladiators*! Now Attend your master. Batiatus
: You have been blessed! Each and every one of you, to find yourselves here at the ludus of Quintus Lentulus Batiatus, purvayor of the finest gladiators in all of the Republic!
: Proove yourselves in the hard days to follow, proove yourselves more than a commonslave - more than a man! Fail and die, either here where you stand, or sold off to the mines. Succeed, and stand proud among my titans!
[Gladiators Chant "Batiatus!"
: A Gladiator does *not* fear death. He embraces it. Caresses it. *Fucks* it. Each time he enters the arena, he slips his cock in the mouth of the beast, and prays to thrust home be fore the jaws snap shut.
: [Before Gannicus leaves the Ludus
] You have not yet had proper contest. Gannicus
: Win your own freedom and seek me out.
: Would that all scars were so easily erased. Crixus
: I see no scars.
: You learn quickly. Naevia
: I have advantage of being taught by a god.
: Fighting Romans is like fighting a grist mill. The stone keeps on turning. No matter how many times you attack it, in the end it grinds you down to dust.