This symbol represents Lidia. All her loved ones have been murdered by tyrants that will do everything to quench the last bastions of liberty. She will create a new family and inspire the fight for freedom.
This symbol represents Arpineia Davinia. She is a Vestal Virgin making her way across the upper echelons of her male-dominated society. She finally obtains the power to inspire women to serve Rome in new ways; albeit not enough restrain to avoid trouble.
This symbol represents Sextus Sergius, a knight and war-hero sold by his own kin into slavery. Familiar with power and impotence, he must find ways not only to continue defending the Republic, but to also renew the vows of friendship between Rome and its allies.
This symbol represents Marcus Considius, a simple Roman barber, who finds a position he never wanted forced upon him and the only person capable to stop the conspiracy that already took his loved ones and will not stop until they take over his plebeian neighborhood.
This symbol is Orcus. This gentle giant is the last of a once great civilization, a mythical ancestor and spiritual guide of the Roman people. Reserved and alienated from humanity, it might be the only one capable of standing against enemies beyond space and time.
This symbols evokes Diodorus of Alexandria, infamous pirate and alchemist and terror of the greek seas. Seen as nothing more than a rebel that bows to no man, he is actually the master of all magic and the unsung hero that maintains the first-line of defense against threats aliens and arcane.