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|Subject: Re: If Joshua Graham wasn't removed as legate Fri Jul 10, 2015 10:52 am|| |
After some research, I have to say I retract.
Graham was ruthless but knew little about tactics, on the other hand Lanius is ruthless and is a capable commander (he conquered 19 tribes after all), the Legion would be weaker with Graham in command. However I also think allowing Graham to go unpunished would've weakened the Legion and in-house conflicts would have started to appear.
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|Subject: Re: If Joshua Graham wasn't removed as legate Sat Jul 11, 2015 2:39 am|| |
- @qanakin wrote:
- Yeah but some people still questioned Caesar's leadership. One of them was cilus.
Just means even more would've questioned his will, and someone would eventually try to start a rebellion. Rome had numerous attempted rebellions, after all, so who's to say history can't repeat itself?
Lanius is just a better legate objectively, IMO.
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