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Joe Mays' Gladiator Description Generator

Quotaex the Viper

A caucasian male, 19 years old, 5 ft. 5 in., 146 lbs., brown eyes, shaved brown hair, flat face, beard. When asked to describe him, most people say "stable", "slothful" and "shallow". A German from the lands of Germania Inferior, he voluntarily sold himself into slavery in order to pay off his brother's debts. Wishing to die fighting, he offered to become a gladiator. In his heart, he doesn't look forward to the killing, but he will do his best to one day live free.

Bidding for this slave starts at 450 sesterces.
Ueautne the Warrior-Poet

A caucasian male, 19 years old, 5 ft. 7 in., 166 lbs., brown eyes, shaved red hair, angular face, blind eye. Described with the words "deadly", "contented" and "manic". A Gaul from the place called Cisalpine Gaul, he was sold into slavery by his countrymen and sent off to Rome. After striking his owner he was traded to the slaver for gladiator duty. In truth, he is is scared witless, but he keeps his own counsel.

Bidding for this slave starts at 400 sesterces.
Eestxi the Bear

An african male, 19 years old, 6 ft. 5 in., 217 lbs., black eyes, bald, square face, no distinguishing marks. Described with the words "cowardly" and "bad crazy". A Carthaginian from the place known as Libya, he voluntarily sold himself into slavery in order to pay off his sister's debts. Believed to be a difficult slave, he would have been killed, but it was decided some value could be gained from his death if it at least provided glory for Caesar, so he was put up for sale as a gladiator. Stoically, he stands on the auction block wondering when his first fight will be.

Bidding for this slave starts at 400 sesterces.
Cumtacus the Maniac

An african male, 22 years old, 6 ft. 5 in., 218 lbs., brown eyes, medium-length brown hair, round face, stubble. Said to be "determined". A Numidian from the place known as Mauretania, he was brought up in a poor home, from which he became practical. When Rome arrived, he tried to escape as his home was mercilessly massacred, before he was captured and sent off to Rome. Lust for combat was obvious, and he was immediately put up for sale as a gladiator. The other slaves in the slave pen self-evidently obey him.

Bidding for this slave starts at 350 sesterces.
Totdisa the Laughing

A latino male, 35 years old, 5 ft. 5 in., 149 lbs., brown eyes, medium-length black hair, angular face, no distinguishing marks. The words most often used to describe him are "irrelevant", "quick-witted" and "faithful". An Iberian from the city of Asturica in Gaellaecia, he was born a slavein his homeland, and was later sent to Rome. A taste for the gladiatorial arena was eventually noticed, and he was immediately put up for sale as a gladiator. In his heart, he longs to return home, but he will do what he must to get the chance to return home.

Bidding for this slave starts at 100 sesterces.

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