The Roman common – the eagle borne on the entrance of every Roman legion – used to be greater than only a image of the warriors that carried it... It was once a logo of Rome itself, the last word embodiment of the empire's power…
But now, within the mist-shrouded Germanic woodland of Tottenwald, the unthinkable has occurred: A rampaging barbarian horde has overwhelmed 3 of Rome's so much hugely expert detachments in conflict… and captured their robust Roman eagles.
His authority threatened by means of this all-too-public disgrace, the mad emperor Nero has dispatched Antonius Axia, the empire's most interesting "detectioner" and hero of Britannia, and Achillia, the sword-wielding champion of the gladiatorial area, to reclaim his stolen relics at any cost.
But what started as an easy undertaking will quickly turn into a terrifying trip into the darkish center of trust itself because the remoted woodlands of Rome's enemies show unseen dimensions...and the real energy of the legion's misplaced eagles threatens to eat any who could pursue them…
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