Thus Always to Tyrants:
Recovering the Roman Republic
On March 15, 44 B.C., The Ides of March, the dictator perpetuo Julius Caesar met his demise at the end of his fellow Senators’ blades. After weeks of planning, Caesar’s opposition, the liberatores, had finally rid themselves of the tyrant. Now, the conspiracy must turn to restoring order in the wake of Caesar’s long reign and violent removal. With Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus at the helm, the Roman Senate must consider whether to punish the liberatores, quell dissent among the people, and select a new consul without devolving entirely into civil war. Rome is calling you, senātus. How will you answer her?