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Many years ago in a castle that was bigger then anything ever built before stayed the most powerful Conquer of all Julius Caesar Caesar has ruled for many years and his empire stretched from one end of the world to almost the other He ruled more than 70 percent of the land in the world Caesars goal was to rule the world and he was closer then anyone ever has been before The rest of the world or as they were called the resilience was fighting to make sure that this did not happen The leader of the resilience was a man named Marcus He grew up as Julius Caesars brother Caesars parents took him in as an infinite when his parents died in a supernatural accident involving a horrible hurricane that only comes once every 21 years As the two grew up together they were constantly competing The competition was so fierce that by the time they were adults there could be no friendship When Caesars father died and gave him the throne Marcus left and never looked back He left and started a family of his own and didnt care for the empire But once the empire came for his land he started a revolt with his son Antonio at his side They might have been out numbered but each man on the resilience fought with much heart and pride for their freedom Marcus knew that would not be enough to defeat his old friend They didnt have enough weapons and their freedom was slowly fading Marcus finally devised a plan to deceive his rival and win the freedom for his people He was going to send his son who was not known by Caesar to join his army Hoping his son could find some type of weakness that the resilience could exploit So Marcus dressed Antonio his son in peasant clothes and sent him to England which was recently conquered by Caesar
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