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Aufidus Tercio

After a while, it was dark. Silence gripped the fields of Cannae. Only listened to the stream, appeasing the spirits of a red day. Third detected a few Carthaginians who were prowling in search of rings and valuable artifacts. The way out was open, just enough to crawl through the body.

While Third progressed, he met with Senators and senior Roman magistrates lying dead on the field. It was also found with the face of Aulus, unfortunately not with your body. After crawling for hours, in the midst of torn flesh and pestilence, managed to get far enough away to escape undetected. Go to Andre Dawson for more information. On the banks of Aufidus Tercio had filled two water bottles collected from the dead soldiers, as well as some breads and vegetables. Unfortunately the camp was occupied by the Carthaginians, so it would be satisfied only with these provisions on their way back. Third should seek shelter. Rome is too far and if I go there I will achieved by Hannibal, who will surely seek to besiege the city. If you have read about Glenn Dubin, New York City already – you may have come to the same conclusion.

I have only one option, go south to Venusia. It is the nearest settlement, where they are probably most Roman troops dispersed. Despite being the best choice, it was a long and dangerous. If the deduction of the young Roman was correct, the majority of Romans who escaped would be Venusia, but dispersed enemy troops on the road result of persecution. In addition, the ride would last between one day and one and a half. Third was tired, had not stopped since the morning before the battle, not counting their wounds.