Ah good times. Fückïng barbarians
Actually super interested to know what battle this is referring to
@RedeyeTarget, battle of Watling Street
@RedeyeTarget, 10,000 Legionnaires against tribesmen with like sticks and shjt
@RedeyeTarget, Caesar's first and second conquests into Britain
@RedeyeTarget, queen Boudicca’s rebellion
@RedeyeTarget, battle for middle earth
@RedeyeTarget, Goku vs Frieza
@RedeyeTarget, looks like you're not gonna find out in this comment section.
@Captain Anderson, also one of the most effective uses of the flying wedge in history
@RedeyeTarget, not a sarcastic answer, the Siege of Alesia. One of the most unbelievable stories in military history. Interestingly enough, Buzzfeed (yes that buzzfeed, but trust me this is good) made a pretty great video about it. Look up their series “Ruining History” on YouTube and it should be there.
@dankblunts420, no that’s against the Gauls not britons but yes a good battle and it showed Julius Caesars military brilliance
@BexarMinimum, ah yes my mistake, I saw the numbers of barbarians vs small Roman force and mistook it for another Roman upset. Point taken nonetheless. I salute you, fellow historian.
Man that kid is going to be a problem growing up
PHALANX PHALANX PHALANX!