Make Roma Great Again
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Sin-Sin is the daughter of Chief Arawn, the youngest of his children. I was friends with two girls from the village (Maeve and Rhiannon), one of whom was taken as a slave by a group of rebel mercenaries fleeing from the Roman army, and the second went to pursue with her brother a group of people who had taken her dear tribesmen. Sena stayed in her native village to help restore it. Sena's father swore allegiance to Rome and the Emperor and paid a partial debt for the damage caused to a small detachment that came to the village for peaceful purposes, but met with aggression from the locals. In the future, it was planned that she would go to look for her fellow tribesmen, but here it is probably unrealistic, because this is the past, and there a woman could not walk alone