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LUCIUS JUNIUS SILANUS

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  • May / Show Them What We're Worth / Coming Soon
    • After over a year filled with little more than training drills, civil projects, and patrol duty, Lucius and the Briton auxiliaries under his command finally see some meaningful action on the eastern frontier...
       

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  • January / To The East! (Solo) / Backstory
    • Newly arrived in Syria, Lucius begins one of the most difficult challenges of his career: Learning to call the Briton auxiliaries under his command brothers, and trusting in them to protect, and dutifully serve him in battle. Despite his reservations, he quickly finds common ground with an older centurion named Titus Dubius, a man who served under his father in Britannia
       

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  • April / No Spring Skips its Turn (Caecina Tusca) / In-Progress
    • Recently returned to Rome after a six-month mission to Britannia, and without a home of his own to return to, Lucius again finds himself at the villa of his mother-in-law, Flavia Juliana... where he notices Caecina Tusca.
       
  • October / A Promised Visit (Claudia Corinthia) / Ended
    • Five months through yet another 6 month campaign in Britannia, Lucius returns to Rome on special request and is informed of his reassignment to the eastern frontier where he will serve in Syria at the head of a auxiliary cavalry wing composed of mostly Romano-Britons. He decides to leave Rome early and pay a visit to Claudia Corinthia in Greece, more than a year after first meeting her at the Imperial Banquet.
       

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  • January / Newly Acquainted (Claudia Corinthia) / Finished
    • During the party celebrating Caesar's announcements, Lucius meets and has quite an extended conversation with Claudia Corinthia. Before parting ways, he promises to meet with her again.
       
  • April / A New Frontier (Solo) / Backstory
    • Lucius travels along with the deputation sent from Rome to engage in diplomatic talks with the eastern kingdoms in an attempt to asses the potential strength and threat from the "Graeci".
       
  • July / Dearest Cousin (Solo) / Backstory
    • After three months in the east tending to relations with Rome's client states, travels that took him from the eastern frontier to Alexandria and back, Lucius returns to Rome to find that his cousin Vitellia (daughter to his aunt Junia Calvina) has wrestled ownership of his home by declaring the land upon which it was built lawfully hers by will of her late mother. Lucius is forced to return to Juliana to garner support for the legal battle ahead.
       
  • July / A Brother's Forgiveness (Marcus Silanus) / Finished
    • Distraught from the loss of the legal battle against his cousin Vitellia, Lucius retreats to his safe-haven, the villa of Tuscus and his mother-in-law Flavia Juliana. While he contemplates his next step and battles with the rage building inside of him, he has to face his brother to explain exactly what is happening to their home and their family.
       
  • July / From Behind These Bars (Lucius Longinus) / Finished
    • Having lost the legal battle against his cousin Vitellia, Lucius suddenly finds himself without a home or wealth. Heavily indebted to Flavia Juliana, he decides to destroy his home in a final act of vengeance. He is subsequently arrested and put into the dungeons of Rome to await yet another trial that will decide his fate. Fate, however, intervenes when Lucius' old commander and friend Longinus pays him a visit.
       
  • September / Once More to Britannia (Solo) / Backstory
    • With the legal battle against his cousin Vitellia firmly settled, and no home to live in, Lucius is called upon to serve as a tribune in one of the British legions given orders to launch exploratory expeditions into Hibernia. He is gone for the next year.

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EPPITACOS


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  • February / Red Metal (Solo) / Coming Soon
    • [[Epp's experience in Spain]]
       
  • October / To Rome (Solo) / Backstory
    • His adventure in Hispania completed, Eppitacos returns to Rome only to find Burrus near death.
       

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  • January / Pliable (Solo) / Backstory
    • By way of his patron Calpurnia and her brother Calpurnius, Eppitacos settles into his first common job. He is hired on as an assistant to one Titus Alfidius Burrus, a blacksmith known for his wares that appease both the lower and upper classes of Rome. Eppitacos' immediate roll is as a courier. By way of Epp's fame as a champion gladiator, Burrus increases his rates, and gives a sizeable chunk to Eppitacos.

  • May / Necessary Adjustments (Solo) / Backstory
    • Burrus, well into his 50s, suffers a heat stroke and has no option but to rest. He instead decides to start teaching the finer points of his craft to Eppitacos. Though Epp continues to run deliveries, he begins learning more and more about the art of metalworking. Attuned to weaponry from his lifetime of fighting, he is a natural at crafting weapons.
       
  • June / Come Play With Us, Eppy / Ended
    • On a delivery for his new employer, Eppitacos haves an encounter with a slave named Aculia, who seems very suspicious of him and his activities
       
  • October / Forged (Solo) / Backstory
    • Despite months of relative health, Burrus is again forced to rest. Now capable of completing most of the shop's orders without much oversight, Epp ensures that business continues as usual. That is until Titus Alfidius Flavus - Burrus' son - shows up. Previously unaware of Burrus' family situation, Epp learns that his employer comes from a large family of tradesmen and merchants. While Burrus found his fortune in Rome, his brothers continued to oversee mines in Hispania, and even Britannia. Flavus reports that Burrus' eldest brother Gnaeus has died, and wants his father's support in claiming his trade company in Hispania. Burrus agrees, but asks Eppitacos to go in his stead on account of his health. Epp agrees.

  • November / Tarraconensis (Solo) / Backstory
    • A week after meeting Flavus, Eppitacos begins the journey with him to Hispania. With time of the essence, Flavus insists on returning as he came: by boat. Another eight days sees them arrived in the coastal city of Tarraco, the Roman capital of Hispania Tarraconensis.
       

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  • March / Not Enough (Solo) / Finished
    • During a night out to celebrate recent successes in the arena, Eppitacos is ambushed and seriously wounded. He wakes up days after the attack to learn that his sword arm has been amputated, and he is being sold. The last words from Albinus lead him to believe that none other than Ysolde was behind the ambush.
       
  • April / Consider Yourself an Investment (Cynane) / Finished
    • Not long after the attack, Eppitacos is one of several slaves up for sale at a private, invite-only slave auction hosted by the imperial family for Rome's top-most circle of elites. As the bidding war rages on, he runs into an old acquaintance from Britannia. In the end, he is purchased by Calpurnia Praetextata.
       
  • December / Another New Beginning (Solo) / Backstory
    • Having adjusted to his place as a caretaker of the temple and quarters of the Vestals, Eppitacos is surprised by his master Calpurnia during the Saturnalia when she presents him with his freedom and is given the Roman name Tiberius Calpurnius, in honor of his patron (and her father). Though Calpurnia assures him he can remain living on the grounds of the temple as long as he wants, he decides to find work in the city and start again... again.
       
  • December / Remember, Remember (Horatia Justina) / In-Progress
    • Shortly after receiving his freedom, Eppitacos takes a journey south to explore more of Italy and enjoy his freedom. Almost returned to Rome, he encounters a woman in a wooded area off the main roadway back to the city...
       

PRE-74 AD

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    • Another World, Another Time (Cynane) / In-Progress
      • During a banquet to celebrate his betrothal to Ysolda, the young princess of the powerful Brigantes, Eppitacos meets a young Cinna, cousin to his bride-to-be

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INACTIVE / DROPPED / DECEASED CHARACTERS

Spoiler

QUINTUS FLAVIUS CAESAR ALEXANDER AUGUSTUS

 

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  • January / Imperial Banquet / Finished
    • The Imperial Family hosts a banquet for a large assembly of Rome's senatorial and equestrian families. Caesar commences the banquet with an official announcement that his son Titus and nephew Tiberius are to be made official sitting members of the senate. The banquet is, in effect, a celebration of their official rise to public prominence.
       
  • April / Time to Ride (Solo) / Backstory
    • Quintus takes his youngest son Drusus to his first riding lessons. The boy is quite afraid and timid at first, but Quintus pushes him firmly to take control of his fear. Though Drusus at first resists the fatherly pressure, he eventually gives in and by the end of the day enjoys riding. Before leaving, Drusus asks Quintus to buy him a horse; Quintus agrees on the condition that Drusus must first complete all of his lessons to the riding master's approval.
       
  • August / A Summer Away, But Always At Work (Solo) / Backstory
    • Quintus and family take a vacation away from Rome during the hottest of the summer months and spend time on the imperial villa in Capri. During the trip Quintus also visits the various communities affected by the volcanic eruptions of years prior. He contemplates the idea of turning the gargantuan and opulent palaces on Capri into a state-of-the-art hospital.
       
  • December / Io, Saturn / Backstory
    • Outside of his official religious duties tied into the holidays of the Saturanlia, Quintus also travels with his sons to the town of Reate in Sabine country to the old farm house where their Flavian family originated, giving his sons a history of their family and instilling the message that because they come from those who worked the lands, as rulers they should always remember those who work beyond the glamor and comforts of the nobility's eyes.
       

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  • March / Interview With a Caesar (Claudia Caesaris) / Finished
    • Caesar sits down with his niece to see how she is faring, while also gleaming what insight he can gather from her as it pertains to his sons and nephew Tiberius. Seeing much of his late sister in Claudia, Caesar ponders what the future might hold for her and the rest of his greater family.
       
  • July / Senate Meeting 1 / Finished
    • After much discussion within his inner-circle, Caesar brings forth a plan to institute an alimenta - or welfare - for the poor and homeless within Italy. The proposal is fully debated and expanded upon until the Senate reaches a decision on how to fund the project and the scope of its coverage.
       
  • September / Paying Respects (Tiberius Claudius) / Ended
    • Caesar meets with his nephew Tiberius to evaluate the young man's ambitions.


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  • February / How Is Your Father? (Sestia Vaticana) / Finished
    • After a long day of meeting with clients and petitioners, Caesar is surprised by a visit from Sestia Vaticana, the daughter of his long-time friend and trusted general, Vaticanus.
       
  • May / Ave Imperator! (Aulus Praetextatus) / Finished
    • Quintus meets with Aulus Praetextatus, one of a handful of men in important positions whom he mostly trusts. With Aulus set to be the major consul for the next year, Quintus is eager to speak with him in regards to his vision for the coming year, and beyond.
       
  • May / Reassigned (Titus Sabinus) / Finished
    • After hearing word of a particularly ambitious tribune within the Praetorian Guard, Quintus meets with him to ensure that there is no misunderstanding of who holds true power in the empire.
       
  • June / Away in the Shadows (Helios) / In-Progress
    • Having received word from a long-time friend and loyal ally to his family that his illegitimate daughter has come to Rome to find him, Quintus meets in secrecy with one of the city's most renowned brokers of information and subterfuge...

 

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MANIUS AEMILIUS SCAURUS PIUS

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  • July / Come What May (Metellus) / Ended
    • While attending the games, Manius runs into fellow senator Lucius Caecilius Metellus where they discuss the current state of the empire and its politics.
       
  • July / Senate Meeting 1 / Finished
    • Caesar unveils his plans for the 'alimenta', which Manius strongly supports.

 

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