History Heartwarming / ThreeHundred

10th Jun '14 4:35:29 PM IchigoMontoya
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* Leonidas' speech just before the battle begins. "Remember this day men, for it will be yours for all time!"
* After the death of Astinos, Leonidas come to Captain Artemis and says "My heart is broken for your loss." In the midst of the fighting, Leonidas lowers his walls a little to tell his friend that he is sorry for his son's death.

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* Leonidas' speech just before the battle begins. "Remember this day day, men, for it will be yours for all time!"
* After the death of Astinos, Leonidas come to Captain Artemis and says "My heart is broken for your loss." In the midst of the fighting, Leonidas [[AFatherToHisMen lowers his walls a little to tell his friend that he is he's sorry for his son's death.death]].
10th Feb '14 3:06:37 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* Before he kicks the messenger into the pit, Leonidas looks to his wife for a sign. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks to his wife for approval.
** It goes beyond that. By this one act as king, Leonidas might doom his people to war. He's not only looking for permission, but forgiveness from his wife as well.

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* Before he kicks the messenger into the pit, pit and declares war on Persia, Leonidas looks to at his wife for a sign. meaningfully. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks giving her full support to his wife for approval.
** It goes beyond that. By this one act as king, Leonidas might doom his people to war. He's not only looking for permission, but forgiveness from his wife as well.
momentous action.
10th Feb '14 2:58:14 PM Dragon
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* Leonidas' speech just before the battle begins. "Remember this day men, for it will be yours for all time!"



* Leonidas's last thoughts are to his wife. Though the scene borders on tear jerker.

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* Leonidas's last thoughts are to his wife. Though the scene borders on tear jerker.jerker.
* Dilios' final narration.
-->Should any free soul come across that place, in all the countless centuries yet to be, may all our voices whisper to you from the ageless stones: "Go tell the Spartans, passerby, that here, by Spartan law, we lie."
23rd Jan '14 10:36:22 AM Vesperitis
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23rd Jan '14 10:33:33 AM Vesperitis
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** It goes beyond that. By this one act as king, Leonidas might doom his people to war. He's not only looking for permission, but forgiveness from his wife as well.
4th Apr '13 1:43:54 AM dArhengel
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* After the death of Astinos, Leonidas come to Captain Artemis and says "My heart is broken for your loss." In the midst of the fighting, Leonidas lowers his walls a little to tell his friend that he is sorry for his son's death.

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* After the death of Astinos, Leonidas come to Captain Artemis and says "My heart is broken for your loss." In the midst of the fighting, Leonidas lowers his walls a little to tell his friend that he is sorry for his son's death.death.
*Leonidas's last thoughts are to his wife. Though the scene borders on tear jerker.
20th Jun '12 11:54:41 PM mlsmithca
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* YourMileageMayVary, but before he kicks the messenger into the pit, Leonidas looks to his wife for a sign. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks to his wife for approval. This troper can't help but smile a little there, despite what the movie is about.

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* YourMileageMayVary, but before Before he kicks the messenger into the pit, Leonidas looks to his wife for a sign. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks to his wife for approval. This troper can't help but smile a little there, despite what the movie is about.



-->'''Gorgo:'''"Spartan!"
-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, my lady?"
-->'''Gorgo:'''"Come back with your shield, or on it."
-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, my lady."

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-->'''Gorgo:'''"Spartan!"
-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes,
-->'''Gorgo:''' Spartan!
-->'''Leonidas:''' Yes,
my lady?"
-->'''Gorgo:'''"Come
lady?
-->'''Gorgo:''' Come
back with your shield, or on it."
-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes,
it.
-->'''Leonidas:''' Yes,
my lady."
4th Jun '12 6:01:26 PM Hyrin
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-->-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, my lady."

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-->-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, -->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, my lady."
4th Jun '12 6:00:53 PM Hyrin
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* YourMileageMayVary, but before he kicks the messenger into the pit, Leonidas looks to his wife for a sign. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks to his wife for approval. This troper can't help but smile a little there, despite what the movie is about.

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* YourMileageMayVary, but before he kicks the messenger into the pit, Leonidas looks to his wife for a sign. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks to his wife for approval. This troper can't help but smile a little there, despite what the movie is about.about.
* This interaction between Leonidas and Gorgo. So much unsaid, but understood by both.
-->'''Gorgo:'''"Spartan!"
-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, my lady?"
-->'''Gorgo:'''"Come back with your shield, or on it."
-->-->'''Leonidas:'''"Yes, my lady."
* After the death of Astinos, Leonidas come to Captain Artemis and says "My heart is broken for your loss." In the midst of the fighting, Leonidas lowers his walls a little to tell his friend that he is sorry for his son's death.
16th May '12 10:28:04 PM rednessamon
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* YourMileageMayVary, but before he kicks the messenger into the pit, Leonidas looks to his wife for a sign. She nods, approving what he is about to do. It may not seem like much, but think about it. This is a great, barbaric king, and quite possibly the scariest man in the world...and he looks to his wife for approval. This troper can't help but smile a little there, despite what the movie is about.
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