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Spartacus/Mira

Mira spartacus

His marriage to Ilithyia becomes strained and is unaware that the child she carries is not his. He then sold Spartacus' wife Sura to a Syrian slave trader and sentenced Spartacus to death in the arena. Fierce warrior who fights in The Pits. His future as a gladiator is ruined after Ashur blinds him in one eye. However, her actions intimate her anxiety towards her place among the rebels. With no other path that does not lead to certain death, the Rebels take to the steep mountain paths of Mt. He makes an enemy of Crixus, especially when they defeat Theokoles in which fight Crixus is wounded and Spartacus inherits his title of 'the Champion of Capua'.

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Spartacus/Mira

Mira spartacus

The murder is then pinned on Solonius. Instead of dying, Spartacus kills the gladiators sent to kill him, and as a result Spartacus cannot be executed: Glaber would lose faith with the people, as Spartacus has become popular with the crowd. . In 2019, Law was cast as co-lead in the pilot Alive, as medical examiner Elizabeth Lavenza, whose husband Mark Escher is brought back to life by the mysterious Dr Frankenstein. She is eventually forced to sleep with Gannicus, a dear friend to both her and Oenamaus, in order to entertain Senator Varrus and earn Gannicus a place in his Primus the main event of the arena games. This makes Agron one of only a few gladiators from Batiatus' ludus, as well as the only prominent one from the first season, to have survived the rebellion. In the opening games of the arena, he makes it to the primus and attempts to kill Ashur.

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Mira (Spartacus)

Mira spartacus

Mira attempts to save Spartacus the burden of killing Ilithyia, but is stopped short. He and Spartacus go their own ways when it's revealed that Agron lied about Naevia's supposed death, as he did not wish to see many men especially Spartacus die in the search for one single person. Meanwhile, Glaber and Ashur scour the town for clues about where Gannicus has taken Ilithyia, laying waste to every brothel, with Ashur collecting goods from every corpse. Despite the fatal injury, she still attempts to engage Caesar, though she is swiftly bested. When Laeta hides the surviving Romans, Naevia assumes he is responsible and beats him to death in his forge.

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Spartacus: Vengeance

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When Tiberius is captured and exchanged for 500 rebels, Kore kills him in a fit of rage. Before dying, he tells Gannicus that he and Melitta will be waiting to greet him in the afterlife. He is dismissive of Spartacus and his rules as well as jealous of Agron for being the one the other Germanics turn to most, preferring to be leader and enjoy his newfound freedom. It is shown in Gods of the Arena that he and Batiatus were close friends, but became enemies by the season finale. Glaber and Ilithyia then reunite.

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Chadara

Mira spartacus

Confidant and strong-willed, she maintains a kind and compassionate disposition around her friends and allies but can also be cold towards her enemies and is willing to do what she has too, even if it means sacraficing something of herself. As with the previous series, his motivation for helping the Romans stems from greed and pure self-interest. Immensely popular among both her fellow slaves as well as her masters, Melitta was often allowed to speak freely among her masters without being prompted, a punishable offense under any other circumstance. First having inclinations to Spartacus, she seduces Rhaskos to secure her position among the rebels and struggles to find a new protector after he is killed. Although they are somewhat trusted partners at first, he later begins to rape Lucretia, and plans for her to become his wife after Glaber sets him free. When Glaber neglects her, she plans to dissolve her marriage to Glaber and become Varinius' wife.

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Chadara

Mira spartacus

He is captured by Glaber's followers before being executed by the man himself for refusing to cooperate with the interrogation. During the rebellion, he is killed by a vengeful Aurelia, wife of Varro. He is jealously protective of his sister and considers turning on Varinius after witnessing the praetor flirt with her. After the fall of Sinuessa to the Romans, he is captured and sentenced to be executed by Caesar. He retrieves Sura on Batiatus' orders and murders her. Young, arrogant and short tempered, he holds a close business relationship with Tullius virtually allowing him full control of his ludus.

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