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17th Aug '17 11:45:13 AM jkrfan7
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17th Aug '17 11:44:47 AM jkrfan7
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* Episode 5 "Shadow Games": Spartacus slaying Theokoles and becoming The Bringer of Rain.

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* Episode 5 "Shadow Games": Spartacus slaying Theokoles and becoming The Bringer of Rain.



* Episode 7 "Great and Unfortunate Things": Spartacus chokeslamming Gnaeus off the cliff to his death after Gnaeus mocks Pietros' suicide.
* Episode 9 "Whore": Ilithyia killing Licinia by grabbing her by the throat and bashing her head against the floor nine times, which reduces it to pulp. "Stop laughing!"
* Episode 10 "Party Favors": Spartacus and Varro are fighting opponents while [[ChainedHeat chained together]] and have flawless teamwork. Their final foe is a warrior covered from the neck down with heavy armor, so they wrap their chain around his neck and pull until he's decapitated.

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* Episode 7 "Great and Unfortunate Things": Spartacus chokeslamming Gnaeus off the cliff to his death after Gnaeus mocks Pietros' suicide.
* Episode 9 "Whore": Ilithyia killing Licinia by grabbing her by the throat and bashing her head against the floor nine times, which reduces it to pulp. "Stop laughing!"
* Episode 10 "Party Favors": Spartacus and Varro are fighting opponents while [[ChainedHeat chained together]] and have flawless teamwork. Their final foe is a warrior covered from the neck down with heavy armor, so they wrap their chain around his neck and pull until he's decapitated.



* Episode 11 "Old Wounds": When Spartacus [[HesBack recovers from his fever and remembers who he really is]]. "[[ExactWords Yes, Dominus. I am myself again.]]"

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* Episode 11 "Old Wounds": When Spartacus [[HesBack recovers from his fever and remembers who he really is]]. "[[ExactWords Yes, Dominus. I am myself again.]]"



* Episode 12 "Revelations": Solonius putting up one heck of a fight against Spartacus despite his old age. Right before he dies, [[GoOutWithASmile he bursts into laughter]]. Because Spartacus agrees with him that the wrong villain is being executed this day, and assures him that Batiatus will join him soon.

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* Episode 12 "Revelations": Solonius putting up one heck of a fight against Spartacus despite his old age. Right before he dies, [[GoOutWithASmile he bursts into laughter]]. Because Spartacus agrees with him that the wrong villain is being executed this day, and assures him that Batiatus will join him soon.



* Episode 13 "Kill Them All": The entire Season 1 finale easily qualifies.

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* Episode 13 "Kill Them All": The entire Season 1 finale easily qualifies.



* Episode 1 "Past Transgressions": Gannicus shrugs off getting stabbed in the chest with a huge nail and defeats an opponent while blindfolded.
* Episode 2 "Missio": Crixus facing Gannicus evenly despite being a rookie at this point.
* Episode 3 "Paterfamilias": Crixus defeating Auctus and finally gaining respect in the House of Batiatus, becoming the badass we know and love.
* Episode 6 "The Bitter End": The ploy to capture Tullius, ending with Batiatus burying him alive.

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* Episode 1 "Past Transgressions": Gannicus shrugs off getting stabbed in the chest with a huge nail and defeats an opponent while blindfolded.
* Episode 2 "Missio": Crixus facing Gannicus evenly despite being a rookie at this point.
* Episode 3 "Paterfamilias": Crixus defeating Auctus and finally gaining respect in the House of Batiatus, becoming the badass we know and love.
* Episode 6 "The Bitter End": This exchange:
-->'''Titus''': Tell me I have been mistaken about you.
-->'''Lucretia''': I am not. [[WhamLine I'm far worse.]]
** Titus trying to choke Lucretia despite being on his deathbed when she reveals that she's the one who's been poisoning him.
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The ploy to capture Tullius, ending with Batiatus burying him alive.



* Episode 3 "The Greater Good": Spartacus punching Agron and calling him out on lying about Naevia.

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* Episode 3 "The Greater Good": Spartacus punching Agron and calling him out on lying about Naevia.



* Episode 4 "Empty Hands": The captured Gaul scaring the crap out of Seppia with a DeathGlare. Ilithyia gets annoyed at her and strikes him down without hesitation. Later, Ilithyia punches Lucretia down, grabs her by the throat, and threatens to kill her the same way she killed Licinia.

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* Episode 4 "Empty Hands": The captured Gaul scaring the crap out of Seppia with a DeathGlare. Ilithyia gets annoyed at her and strikes him down without hesitation. Later, Ilithyia punches Lucretia down, grabs her by the throat, and threatens to kill her the same way she killed Licinia.



* Episode 5 "Libertus": Long story short, Gannicus returns and Spartacus, Mira, and friends '''destroy the arena itself''', leaving Capua in chaos.

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* Episode 5 "Libertus": Long story short, Gannicus returns and Spartacus, Mira, and friends '''destroy the arena itself''', leaving Capua in chaos.



* Episode 6 "Chosen Path": The episode is one huge one for Ashur. He finally gets Glaber and his men to listen to his warnings not to underestimate the rebels by slaughtering Glaber's soldiers until they're too scared to approach him, then pointing out he was the ''weakest'' of the gladiators. He calls Lucretia out on her bullshit and rapes her, then travels and collects savage mercenaries to assemble.

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* Episode 6 "Chosen Path": The episode Path" is one huge one for Ashur. He finally gets Glaber and his men to listen to his warnings not to underestimate the rebels by slaughtering Glaber's soldiers until they're too scared to approach him, then pointing out he was the ''weakest'' of the gladiators. He calls Lucretia out on her bullshit and rapes her, then travels and collects savage mercenaries to assemble.



* Episode 7 "Sacramentum": After liberating a new batch of slaves to recruit, one particularly huge German named Sedullus caused a few problems for the gang. Nothing major at first, he potentially revealed their position on a raid, went hunting without Spartacus' permission. All problems that can be fixed with a little discipline. Then he tries to rape Naevia, starts a riot, and attempts to kill Agron, probably the only guy defending him. What does Spartacus do? Slice his face clean off. He then tells the Germans to join him, leave, or die. They join him, and every rebel pounds their chests in unison.

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* Episode 7 "Sacramentum": After liberating a new batch of slaves to recruit, one particularly huge German named Sedullus caused a few problems for the gang. Nothing major at first, he potentially revealed their position on a raid, went hunting without Spartacus' permission. All problems that can be fixed with a little discipline. Then he tries to rape Naevia, starts a riot, and attempts to kill Agron, probably the only guy defending him. What does Spartacus do? Slice his face clean off. He then tells the Germans to join him, leave, or die. They join him, and every rebel pounds their chests in unison.



* Episode 8 "Balance": Lucius marching into Glaber's base to deliver Spartacus' terms and calling him a cunt. That took some serious balls.

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* Episode 8 "Balance": Lucius marching into Glaber's base to deliver Spartacus' terms and calling him a cunt. That took some serious balls.



* Episode 9 "Monsters": After several episodes of being the last surviving man to give Glaber shit, a catapult round melts Varinius's smug face away. Sure they were aiming at the temple Spartacus and co. were hiding in, but Glaber had to have had a little victorious laugh when he saw the charred remains.

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* Episode 9 "Monsters": After several episodes of being the last surviving man to give Glaber shit, a catapult round melts Varinius's smug face away. Sure they were aiming at the temple Spartacus and co. were hiding in, but Glaber had to have had a little victorious laugh when he saw the charred remains.



* Episode 10 "Wrath of the Gods": Naevia gelding and then decapitating Ashur. So many people had reason to want that guy dead, so it's nice that they managed to work out who should have priority.

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* Episode 10 "Wrath of the Gods": Naevia gelding and then decapitating Ashur. So many people had reason to want that guy dead, so it's nice that they managed to work out who should have priority.
5th May '17 5:47:39 AM ErikModi
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** Even the way the characters were grouped together counts. The villains of the various seasons were all together, Spartacus' lovers were all together, and the leaders of the rebellion were together. And Onemaus, Melita, and Gannicus are together.

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** Even the way the characters were grouped together counts. The villains of the various seasons were all together, Spartacus' lovers were all together, and the leaders of the rebellion were together. [[TrueCompanions And Onemaus, Melita, and Gannicus are together.]]
8th Nov '16 6:20:45 PM Morgenthaler
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* Episode 3 "Paterfamilias": Crixus defeating Auctus and finally gaining respect in the House of Batiatus, becoming the {{Badass}} we know and love.

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* Episode 3 "Paterfamilias": Crixus defeating Auctus and finally gaining respect in the House of Batiatus, becoming the {{Badass}} badass we know and love.
25th Jul '16 3:35:48 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Crassus, however, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy sees through Spartacus' ploy]] and sends the ''entirety'' of his army to Sinuessa at the end of "Blood Brothers."

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** Crassus, however, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy sees through Spartacus' ploy]] ploy and sends the ''entirety'' of his army to Sinuessa at the end of "Blood Brothers."



** Crassus again showing how DangerouslyGenreSavvy he is. Throughout the episode, he's been surprisingly nonchalant about the Rebel's escape. Then the final scene reveals that he had a massive wall built on the Rebel's escape route. There is nowhere to run.

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** Crassus again showing how DangerouslyGenreSavvy savvy he is. Throughout the episode, he's been surprisingly nonchalant about the Rebel's escape. Then the final scene reveals that he had a massive wall built on the Rebel's escape route. There is nowhere to run.
4th Jun '16 8:08:07 AM ErikModi
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** Even the way the characters were grouped together counts. The villains of the various seasons were all together, Spartacus' lovers were all together, and the leaders of the rebellion were together.

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** Even the way the characters were grouped together counts. The villains of the various seasons were all together, Spartacus' lovers were all together, and the leaders of the rebellion were together. And Onemaus, Melita, and Gannicus are together.
4th Jun '16 8:02:45 AM ErikModi
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** Marcus knowing that he needs to know his opponent tells the audience how capable a villain he is. His "final test" with his gladiator trainer is a thing of awesome, as well.



** Caesar again in "Decimation". He's been sent by Crassus to infiltrate the captured city and find out what he can about Spartacus' strategies. He ''immediately'' zeroes in on one of the less-than-content members of the rebel army, convinces him that he's on their side. And, with just a few words, incites an already restless mob into killing every single Roman help captive and driving a deep wedge between Spartacus and Crixus, who had allowed the massacre to happen. Crixus and Naevia are going to go off on their own, Spartacus' forces are divided...and Caesar ''smirks.''

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** Caesar again in "Decimation". He's been sent by Crassus to infiltrate the captured city and find out what he can about Spartacus' strategies. He ''immediately'' zeroes in on one of the less-than-content members of the rebel army, convinces him that he's on their side. And, with just a few words, incites an already restless mob into killing every single Roman help held captive and driving a deep wedge between Spartacus and Crixus, who had allowed the massacre to happen. Crixus and Naevia are going to go off on their own, Spartacus' forces are divided...and Caesar ''smirks.''


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*** Ceasar actually holds his own against all three of them, notably fighting off Agron and Donar ''at the same time.'' Not one then the other and back, but both trying to kill him at once. Ceasar keeps maneuvering to keep them from flanking him, gets them in the way of each other's attacks, and generally fights exactly like you're supposed to when facing two opponents at once.
4th Jun '16 7:53:47 AM ErikModi
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*** This scene highlights, for any who still had doubt, the systematic, institutionalized evil of slavery.
4th Jun '16 7:51:56 AM ErikModi
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* Episode 12 "Revelations": Solonius putting up one heck of a fight against Spartacus despite his old age. Right before he dies, [[GoOutWithASmile he bursts into laughter]].

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* Episode 12 "Revelations": Solonius putting up one heck of a fight against Spartacus despite his old age. Right before he dies, [[GoOutWithASmile he bursts into laughter]]. Because Spartacus agrees with him that the wrong villain is being executed this day, and assures him that Batiatus will join him soon.
4th Jun '16 7:50:37 AM ErikModi
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* Episode 11 "Old Wounds": When Spartacus [[HesBack recovers from his fever and remembers who he really is]]. "Yes, Dominus. I am myself again."

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* Episode 11 "Old Wounds": When Spartacus [[HesBack recovers from his fever and remembers who he really is]]. "Yes, "[[ExactWords Yes, Dominus. I am myself again."]]"
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