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Spartacus: Blood and Sand

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Torn from his homeland and separated from the woman he loves, Spartacus is forced into slavery and condemned to the bloody gladiator's arena in Rome. As he navigates the violent and brutal world he realizes that not all battles are fought in the arena, and that he must overcome treachery and temptation to survive. This retelling of the story of Spartacus is rife with blood, violence and sex, set to the sounds of jarring guitars, so it's definitely not for the younger crowd.

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Spartacus tries to convince his people to unite against the Roman assault; Lucretia struggles to be free from the men who threaten her fate.
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The plot thickens when Spartacus stumbles upon an opportunity to take his revenge; intrigue surrounds Glaber.
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Spartacus and his rebels try to free the fighters enslaved in foreign wars; Lucretia recruits one of her husbands former gladiators.
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Batiatus seeks vengeance for all that has befallen him; the opening of the new arena promises a spectacle of combat and blood.
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Spartacus tries to free Crixus from Roman captivity, but a gladiator from the House of Batiatus complicates it.
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Spartacus leads survivors through the woods; Crixus returns to a place of past suffering; Lucretia pries into Ilithyias affairs.
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Spartacus flexes his mediating muscles when news of Naevia's fate reaches the men; Lucretia spills a long-held secret.
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Spartacus grows into his role as leader with the liberation of a villa; Glaber decides to support Lucretia's prophecies.
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Spartacus learns that being a leader of freed slaves brings great responsibilities; Spartacus tries to keep his rebellious band intact.
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Batiatus' father announces a tournament to determine the worth of his stable of gladiators; Crixus is drawn into the power play within the house.
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The house of Batiatus is caught in the power struggle between the younger and elder Batiatus; Lucretia agrees to her husband's risky plan; Gannicus is on unstable ground.
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Batiatus is stunned by the return of his father, which puts his attempts to gain rank by exploiting those above his class at risk.
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Batiatus conjures up a devious plan and enlists Lucretia, Gaia and a clutch of gladiator recruits to see it through; Oenomaus longs to reclaim the top gladiator rank, but new challenges cross his path.
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A young Batiatus finds himself in control of his father's gladiator school; Batiatus uses his most skilled fighter to win favor with a nobleman.
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Spartacus and Crixus are to battle at the ludus for the well-to-do of Capua; bent on revenge, Spartacus enlists help for an uprising, but there is one man who can stop him.
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Spartacus plans revenge against Batiatus for the death of his wife, but killing a master means the execution of all the slaves in the household.
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Spartacus is distraught at his part in the death of Varro; he leaves a wound from the fight untended and lapses into a fever of haunted and prophetic dreams.
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Batiatus trys to gain favor with the magistrate by hosting his son's coming-of-age party, with Spartacus and Crixus competing in an exhibition match; Crixus is out for blood and wants his title back.
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A rich noble woman pays for a private encounter with Spartacus, which leads to Ilthyia arranging the same with Crixus, to the fury of Lucretia.
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Spartacus accepts his role as Champion of Capua and kills many opponents in the arena; Crixus is slowly recovering from his wounds and wants his title back.
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After dealing with his wife's death, Spartacus must decide between being the champion gladiator or death.

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