Spartacus War of the Damned Season 3 Episode 2

Spartacus War of the Damned Season 3 Episode 2

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 Tonight's episode ended up looking like one big demonstration of that for the leader-in-training, who not only came to understand his father's plot once it had all played out, Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 but

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Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 Tonight's episode ended up looking like one big demonstration of that for the leader-in-training, who not only came to understand his father's plot once it had all played out, Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 but witnessed his dad take down an enslaved gladiator who was coming at him full-force.

 

 

 

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 You'd think that would throw a wrench in Crassus' plans, but the end of the episode reveals that he intended for his message to be intercepted. Cutting out the middle-men, Crassus is promoted to Imperator and sole commander of the fight against Spartacus. And that's how it's done, Tiberius. As Crassus' eldest son, Tiberius is determined to prove himself to his father, but as Crassus mentioned to his wife, his son needs to learn a thing or two about strategy.

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 Crassus' one-on-one fight with HIlarus played out while Spartacus' fight with Cossinius and Furius' men was happening. There's an interesting parallel there. While Cossinius and Furius fell to their gladiator, Crassus took his down, and moments later he was made Imperator. Has Spartacus finally met his match? Well, not face-to-face, but in the figurative sense, Crassus does appear to have what it takes to handle someone as strategically gifted as Spartacus. Crassus is clearly not too proud to underestimate his opponent. Though I do wonder if he'd offer Spartacus a monument as he did Hilarus as he died. On that subject, I liked that he ensured Hilarus he wouldn't be killed if he beat him in their fight, and offered him his freedom if he won. Those terms ensured that Hilarus would genuinely fight him, and in the end, Crassus' win was the real deal. If there's a guy mentally and physically capable and willing to go up against Spartacus, I'm thinking it's Crassus.

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 What's ahead? Well, killing Romans isn't the only thing on Spartacus' mind. An encounter with a slave earlier in the episode revealed that food and shelter are running low for the growing numbers, and to put it in Game of Thrones terms, winter is coming. The mentioned slave didn't realize he was talking to Spartacus when he complained about how "man upon the hill" hadn't noticed that people in his group were hungry and cold. Of course, he was pretty embarrassed (and maybe a little bit scared) when he realized who he was talking to. Spartacus' response to the man's complaints: "You may not always have full belly or warm cloak, but while I draw breath you'll have freedom to speak your heart. Even against the great man upon the hill."

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 A decent way to tell the guy that he won't have his tongue cut out for complaining. Not only was the scene a good demonstration of Spartacus' leadership, but it brought to light the need for a place to crash as winter approaches. And that's where the episode leaves off, with Spartacus talking about tearing a city from the flesh of Rome.

Gaius Julius Caesar has arrived! And boy is he pretty, with his golden locks and swagger. Ok, we don't actually get a huge amount of swagger in this preview, but trust me, it's there. "Wolves at the Gate" will give us a good introduction to the character when we check in with Crassus. Meanwhile, also set appear in the episode is Anna Hutchison, playing the role of Laeta. She's featured in the above preview as well.

You'd think that would throw a wrench in Crassus' plans, but the end of the episode reveals that he intended for his message to be intercepted. Cutting out the middle-men, Crassus is promoted to Imperator and sole commander of the fight against Spartacus. And that's how it's done, Tiberius. As Crassus' eldest son, Tiberius is determined to prove himself to his father, but as Crassus mentioned to his wife, his son needs to learn a thing or two about strategy. Tonight's episode ended up looking like one big demonstration of that for the leader-in-training, who not only came to understand his father's plot once it had all played out, but witnessed his dad take down an enslaved gladiator who was coming at him full-force.

Crassus' one-on-one fight with HIlarus played out while Spartacus' fight with Cossinius and Furius' men was happening. There's an interesting parallel there. While Cossinius and Furius fell to their gladiator, Crassus took his down, and moments later he was made Imperator. Has Spartacus finally met his match? Well, not face-to-face, but in the figurative sense, Crassus does appear to have what it takes to handle someone as strategically gifted as Spartacus. Crassus is clearly not too proud to underestimate his opponent. Though I do wonder if he'd offer Spartacus a monument as he did Hilarus as he died. On that subject, I liked that he ensured Hilarus he wouldn't be killed if he beat him in their fight, and offered him his freedom if he won. Those terms ensured that Hilarus would genuinely fight him, and in the end, Crassus' win was the real deal. If there's a guy mentally and physically capable and willing to go up against Spartacus, I'm thinking it's Crassus.

What's ahead? Well, killing Romans isn't the only thing on Spartacus' mind. An encounter with a slave earlier in the episode revealed that food and shelter are running low for the growing numbers, and to put it in Game of Thrones terms, winter is coming. The mentioned slave didn't realize he was talking to Spartacus when he complained about how "man upon the hill" hadn't noticed that people in his group were hungry and cold. Of course, he was pretty embarrassed (and maybe a little bit scared) when he realized who he was talking to. Spartacus' response to the man's complaints: "You may not always have full belly or warm cloak, but while I draw breath you'll have freedom to speak your heart. Even against the great man upon the hill."

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 A decent way to tell the guy that he won't have his tongue cut out for complaining. Not only was the scene a good demonstration of Spartacus' leadership, but it brought to light the need for a place to crash as winter approaches. And that's where the episode leaves off, with Spartacus talking about tearing a city from the flesh of Rome.

Spartacus War of the Damned Episode 2 Gaius Julius Caesar has arrived! And boy is he pretty, with his golden locks and swagger. Ok, we don't actually get a huge amount of swagger in this preview, but trust me, it's there. "Wolves at the Gate" will give us a good introduction to the character when we check in with Crassus. Meanwhile, also set appear in the episode is Anna Hutchison, playing the role of Laeta. She's featured in the above preview as well.