Ryse: Son of Rome Wiki
Tag: Visual edit
 
Line 1: Line 1:
  +
{{Infobox_Character
Romulus and Remus, known as The '''Killers of Carthage''', are famous gladiators who compete in a team, and are two of [[Basillius]]' champions.
 
  +
|image1 =
  +
|died = Killed by [[Marius Titus]] disguised as [[Damocles]]
  +
|status = Deceased
  +
|nationality = Roman
  +
|race = Caucasian
  +
|gender = Male
  +
|occupation = Gladiators
  +
|affiliation = [[Basillius]]
  +
|appearance/s = [[Ryse: Son of Rome]]
  +
}}
  +
 
'''Romulus and Remus''', known as The '''Killers of Carthage''', are famous gladiators who compete in a team, and are two of [[Basillius]]' champions.
   
 
Their names are derived from the brothers {{W|Romulus and Remus}} of {{W|Roman mythology}}. Weather or not they are actually brothers or are simply using "stage names" is unknown.
 
Their names are derived from the brothers {{W|Romulus and Remus}} of {{W|Roman mythology}}. Weather or not they are actually brothers or are simply using "stage names" is unknown.
   
 
==Game==
 
==Game==
Romules and Remus appear together for the only time in [[The Wrath of Nemesis|Chapter VII]]. During a qualifying tournament Basilius is holding to determine admission to his brother's greater tournament, the two champions are sent in to face [[Marius Titus]], disguised as [[Damocles]] and are immediately slain, earning Marius' admission.
+
Romules and Remus appear together for the only time in [[The Wrath of Nemesis|Chapter VII]]. During a qualifying tournament Basilius is holding to determine admission to his [[Commodus|brother]]'s greater tournament, the two champions are sent in to face [[Marius Titus]], disguised as [[Damocles]] and are immediately slain, earning Marius' admission.
  +
 
[[Category:Romans]]
 
[[Category:Romans]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]

Latest revision as of 13:05, 5 June 2018


Romulus and Remus, known as The Killers of Carthage, are famous gladiators who compete in a team, and are two of Basillius' champions.

Their names are derived from the brothers Romulus and Remus of Roman mythology. Weather or not they are actually brothers or are simply using "stage names" is unknown.

Game

Romules and Remus appear together for the only time in Chapter VII. During a qualifying tournament Basilius is holding to determine admission to his brother's greater tournament, the two champions are sent in to face Marius Titus, disguised as Damocles and are immediately slain, earning Marius' admission.