Hunchback, crippled leg, ugly face - if he was a slave he would have been sold to a circus and ended his already overshadowed life in misery. However, he was of noble birth with infinite possibilities.
He believed in the virtue of silver and gold and reigned an interesting life as a soldier before he met the hero. With this confrontation, he had unearthed the inferiority and jealousy buried in the depth of his mind.
Quintus is clever and will not fight unless the situation is favorable. He always have competent henchmen around him. If you meet Quintus in his chariot on the arena, remember he becomes even more ferocious once he gets off from his chariot.
Zucchabar's promoter. Although none has learned his past from him directly, some recognized him as a famous gladiator during the reign of the emperor Commodus. After a few defeats which could have cost his life, he retired as a gladiator. It is rumored that because he could not shake off the past glory, he settled in the wilderness of Zucchabar, built an arena, and gathered gladiators. The success of Zucchabar enjoying these days literally had grown from his hand.
When you face Tigris whose passion is even hotter than the Morocco's sun, never forget that Tigris himself was once a very competent gladiator.
No monster other than a bear dragged on to the arena brings out the roar of the spectators more feverishly. As if to reply to the cries of the excited spectators, the battle starts with the roar of bitterness from the angry bear.
Veteran gladiators would approach the bear with care, but gladiators of young blood run after the bear. It's pathetic and humorous to see them lying on the ground as their guard crumble before the crude attacks that carries the full weight of the bear.
Not satisfied with the ravaging attacks, the bear would raise its hip and stand on two legs. This would be the most amusing sight as the armors of those gladiators who couldn't escape tear apart with ease.
When you first glance at a flock of hyena on the arena, you would mistake them as unlively and dreary. However, it's a very difficult job even for a veteran gladiator to face not just one but a flock of hyena.
Moving limply and looking lifeless, they make a sudden change when they find a prey. You must be cautious of this change as well as the poisonous gas they spit out. Hyena's eyes are full of hunger more than any other beasts when it sees weakness in a gladiator. Once you notice this change, you will find a flock of hyena launching its fierce attacks.
To rebuild glory of the ancient Macedon, Daimones charmed the emperor Caracalla and possesses his body. In the end, even the very soul of the emperor Caracalla was consumed, and its monstrous voice and massive figure terrified not only gladiators in the arena but the audience as well.
As a devil worshipped for a long time in Macedon, it can overwhelm all its targets in the arena. Daimones as the final boss showing the most destructive power, the gladiator themselves must find a way to overcome the fear.