Agron's party's raid on Neapolis port doubles the rebels' numbers by freeing Sedullus's horde of German POW slaves destined for the gladiator schools. Crixus rightly predicts ethnic trouble, but Spartcaus and Agron overcome it before too much blood gets spilled. Praetor Glaber terrorizes slaves with crucifixion for any rebel sympathy and swears in Seppius's soldiers and takes is his grieving sister as another mode of revenge on Ilithyia, whom Lucretia, now Ashur's sex toy, helps fake a near-stillbirth to be send back to Rome. Magistrate Gallienus pays Gannicus only pittance, his freedom is only formally confirmed if he promises to join Glaber's military staff. The scorned champion pretends agreeing to murder Glaber for Lucretia, but actually eliminates Glaber's guards escort for Ilithya.
Did You Know?
When Spartacus and Agron return to the temple with the batch of freed slaves, Crixus raises concern that they were all German. Spartacus claims that it was worth doubling their numbers with fighting men. Crixus then poses the question, "But who will they follow?" Ironically enough, in real life they ultimately followed Crixus. The Germans shared his desire for further pillaging and waging open war against any Romans within the final year of the 3rd servile war and when Crixus and Spartacus split, the Germans followed Crixus. See more
When Mira and Saxa are fighting, Mira hits Saxa with the elbow and throws her to the ground. Saxa falls to her left, then the scene cuts and she falls to her right. See more