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Hellbender
Hellbender Jun 3 2008, 7:50pm says:

I love the checker formation and the nice variation in Roman shields.

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CNC_ShockWave21
CNC_ShockWave21 Jan 10 2009, 12:43am says:

Wow the messy barbarians verse the organised Romans.

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Palon
Palon Mar 1 2009, 6:53am says:

nah they have a good Horse formation.

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amish13
amish13 Jun 9 2009, 6:33am says:

Do I see dogs?

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SilverWolf012345
SilverWolf012345 Aug 10 2009, 5:24pm says:

I like the formations ... Dogs are also cool

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nonameboy
nonameboy Dec 12 2009, 8:45am says:

yeah but i must not forget the legionaries only have a kind of shield (Red and Yellow)
sorry bad english XD

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The Romans and Celts battle in a grassy meadow in Northern Italia. This will certainly not be the last these two great powers clash.

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