The first war Tarquinius Priscus, the 5th King of Rome, engaged was with the Latins, by taking the town of Apiolae by storm. He returned with great amount of plunder than could have been expected and the games celebrated that year, in Rome, were with greater splendor and on a larger scale than his predecessors. Since then, these cerminonies were enriched with more and more competitions and displays. On the current day, on Rome, it begins with a procession, followed by sacrifices made by priests, and then games featuring dancers, boxing, wrestling, chariot racing and gladiatorial combats. Throughout entire Roman World, Ludi Romani should be celebrated! During these days, all romans receive a small boost in individual combat earns and experience.

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