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|caption = <big>[[EpicLLOYD]] as the Roman soldiers</big>
|caption = <big>[[EpicLLOYD]] as the Roman soldiers with [[Julius Caesar]]</big>
|fullname = Varies (group cameo)
|fullname = Varies (group cameo)
|hair = Varies (group cameo)
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Latest revision as of 05:42, March 13, 2017

Roman soldiers
Roman Soldiers Cameo
EpicLLOYD as the Roman soldiers with Julius Caesar
Cameo information
Birth name Varies (group cameo)
Physical description
Hair Varies (group cameo)
Eyes Varies (group cameo)
Based on
Roman Soldiers Based On
Appearance information
Appeared in Shaka Zulu vs Julius Caesar
During Julius Caesar's verses
Location(s) The Roman Forum

— Roman soldiers

Roman soldiers made a group cameo appearance in Shaka Zulu vs Julius Caesar alongside Julius Caesar. They were portrayed by EpicLLOYD.

Information on the cameoEdit

Roman soldiers fought for the Roman Empire and Republic. They helped to create a massive empire, which encompassed the majority of modern-day Europe, as well as much of the Middle East and North Africa.

Roman soldiers are recognized by historians as extremely effective fighting machines. They were trained to fight in a disciplined and co-ordinated manner. A whole legion could be punished for failing to fight well in battle, even if the Romans won the battle itself.

A Roman soldier went into battle equipped with three main weapons: the pilum (similar to a javelin), the gladius (a razor-sharp sword), and the pugio (a small dagger). Along with these weapons, the soldiers carried a curved shield called a scutum. This gave the Roman soldiers a great deal of protection as it curved around their bodies.

Appearance in the rap battleEdit

The Roman soldiers initially appeared in Julius Caesar's first verse during the line, "And hunting you, accompanied by legions of my countrymen!", where they could be seen standing behind him. They later appeared again throughout his second verse in various battle formations. Two soldiers could also be seen preparing to fire a ballista, shouting "Ready!" and "Aim!" to complete one of Caesar's lines.


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