Comment: Very nice, blacklab.

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Very nice, blacklab.

In ancient Rome the Senators, Tribunes, and even the Consuls fought and died in the battles. And these battles were fought without gunpowder. They were real hand to hand, father next to son, pee/poo-your-pants, teeth chattering, knee knocking bloodbaths. No buttons, no triggers. Projectiles flew just as far as your body could hurl them.

The plebeians were smarter back then. If their leaders weren't fighting, they weren't either.