>It's uncertain French girl willing to surrender already
Maybe she's just lonely.
Introduce her to your girlfriend.
>Willing to surrender
Geez OP, do you even into history?
Can you stop sexualizing a holy saint girl?
Even though the joke is ancient it caught me so off guard that I spent a good minute laughing.
Thanks OP. I never regret spending my friday nights on /a/.
That is not true. What she really wants is to be spitroasted by him and his best friend, an Englishman who also happens to be his servant. Word around the watercooler at Black HQ is that the servant in question already has a fair bit of field experience in that area.
>it's a purple guy that only shouts ORA ORA ORA
Am I screwed?
So an English Frenchman, or a French Englishman?
Defile the Holy Virgin with my dick.
Maybe hold her hand when we're done.
>I want to pray
More like, She Wants to Fuck
Not only would it be historically faithful, it would be a wonderful bonding experience wherein Astolfo teaches Sieg the basics of double-penetrating a horny french chick. Honestly, it's a travesty that this doujin does not exist.
Remember not to sexualize or thing impure thoughts about the French Saint.
I want to enslave the french whore and make her my servant.
I'm french so we can surrender together, I'm too old for this shit grail war.
>he still burnt down Rome
Which happened when he wasn't in Rome
>and ran it to the ground in bankruptcy
He used his private coffers to REBUILD Rome after the fire.
It's not 100% clear what the reality is about Nero because while the common people loved him, the senators and nobility (except Seneca) hated him because he actively worked to undermine their power structure (admittedly it probably was due to his own paranoia), and guess which social class the historians belonged to?
What does she enjoy besides fighting? She doesn't seem to have any particular hobbies, she doesn't show any romantic interest towards anyone (is she even into either sex?), she's not very artistic, etc.
She doesn't even take an interest in refining her skills as a warrior, she prefers to fight as an unrefined brawler.
They thought he was swell as long as he kept building artsy shit, even though it came at the expense of everything else and eventually he even robbed the temples.
Then his popularity went up in smoke. Face it, Nero was a despot.
>Nero was a despot.
That was in the job description. Any emperors that hadn't been despots, before Nero, had been too weak to get away with it. The precedent for despotism was set even back in the days of the Republic.
>taking 90% of anything roman historians said as truth
You guys are fucking morons. The Romans made demonizing their enemies and lioning their heroes into an artform. The only times you can ever trust a word they say is when they glorified themselves for something horrific that in their time they would consider a virtue, like slaughtering a neighbor for being barbaric.
The idea of historical accuracy from multiple different sources didn't really get going until around Chaucer's time, because that was around when people started getting lawsuit-happy so we have a lot of law records as a result.
Marcus Aurelius the philosopher king, Magnus Maximus the warrior, Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus the single greatest example in history of civic duty, self sacrifice and loyalty.
Rome had many great rulers.