Alesia, September, 52 BCE. Roman general Julius Caesar has roamed Gaul for years, subjugating a single tribe after tribe, until a great king Vercingetorix manages to unite the remaining tribes. The decisive battle took place in Alesia, surrounded by Roman siege works. The decisive day came. the Gauls were determined to break out from the siege. Omens promised blood. Unfortunately, it turned out to be theirs.
This is a story of that morning.
The following day, Vercingetorix surrendered.