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  1. @Sundiata , I really like what you're doing here but you should really use spoilers because the pages become quite long and it takes time because everything has to load I'm looking forward to seeing what you what you post next time Btw sorry for that little off topic
  2. I propose this replay of a 1v1 (Tiber7 vs Cesar) for 2 reasons : It may interest new players (even if we both didn't play at our true level and both made quite big mistakes) ... Again, another really critical pathfinder issue... decided the game which was evenly matched before it happened. The game was interesting and tough. Btw that pathfinder issue, I think, stole the victory to the player who suffered from it. I don't tell you anything more to avoid spoiling you the game. commands.txt
  3. Here's what I found Vacuna, Goddess of agriculture Vediovus, a god of the underworld. Venilia or Venelia, sea goddess Venti, the winds (equivalent to the Greek Anemoi: North wind Aquilo or Septentrio (Greek Boreas); South wind Auster (Greek Notus); East wind Vulturnus (Eurus); West wind Favonius (Zephyrus); Northwest wind Caurus) Venus, goddess of love, beauty, sexuality, and gardens Veritas, goddess of the Roman virtue of veritas or truth. Verminus, god of cattle worms. Vertumnus, god of the seasons, gardens and fruit trees. Vesta, goddess of the hearth, the Roman state, and the sacred fire Vica Pota, goddess of victory and competitions. Victoria, goddess of victory Viduus, God who separated the soul and the body after death Virbius, a forest god Virtus, god or goddess of military strength Volturnus, god of water Volumna, Goddess who protects the nursery Voluptas, goddess of pleasure. Vulcan, god of the forge, fire, and blacksmiths Vulturnus, God of the East Wind Btw some have probably already been proposed
  4. The meaning of the lambda is Λακεδαίμων / Lakedaímôn, which is basically the other name of Sparta ( > Σπάρτα / Spárta in Dorian Greek=language group of the Spartan dialect, Σπάρτη / Spártê in Attic Greek=Athens's region Greek). EDIT: Historians suppose Spartan hoplites used to paint a lambda on their shield to recognize themselves on the battlefield. Athenians and Thebans used to paint their shields too, representing an owl and a sphynx respectively.
  5. I advise you to take a look at this really serious channel that talks about armours and weapons precisely (particularly on the Romans and the Roman gladiators): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIjGKyrdT4Gja0VLO40RlOw Is there a list of the missing names?
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