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Imperio — Part 9

War takes its toll

The war begins to incur other effects! Photo by author.

Just a few miles across the Mediterranean, Hannibal and Scipio had finally arrived within eyesight of Sicily. They expected to see supernatural winds and rains, whirlpools the size of the moon, and water spouts that sucked up and destroyed ships. They expected to see hoards of sick and beleaguered men and women lined up along the cliffs, ready to throw themselves into the sea, or as Scipio claimed on…




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