Gavis Metallicus, one of Rome's most trusted sons, you remained faithful to me to the end. I remember you from our battles in Gaul, a man of honour and good heart. You sacrificed yourself for the troops, our brothers, from certain death against the cowardly attack of Pharnaces II of Pontus son of Mithridates VI.
This affront will not go unpunished.
Don't feel mocked or defeated; the real defeat will only come when you stop believing in your dream. With a body pierced with arrows, with legs wounded by spears, with arms battered by the slashing of swords, your heart beats with pride and commitment; I see your request for help as your greatest act of strength. Nobody will be left behind in our march towards victory, we want it and we will achieve it. Defeated but not beaten.
Refuse and resist Gavis Metallicus the new man of war, Julius Caesar is coming.
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