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[[File:Centurion_helmet.jpg|thumb|294px|What the helmet of a Roman Centurion would have looked like]]Centurions are one of two leaders of a [[:Category:Cohorts|Cohort]] in the [[:Category:Twelfth Legion|Twelfth Legion]]. They are Senators at the Senate House.
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[[File:Centurion_helmet.jpg|thumb|294px|What the helmet of a Roman Centurion would have looked like]]Centurions are one of two leaders of a [[:Category:Cohorts|Cohort]] in the [[:Category:Twelfth Legion|Twelfth Legion]]. They are Senators at the Senate House. They are the only members of the [[Twelfth Legion]] that are allowed to lead quests.
   
 
==In Ancient Rome==
 
==In Ancient Rome==
   
Centurions were commander of Cohorts and proffesional officers in the Roman Army. In order to become a centurion, the soldiers had to be literate, have letters of recommendation, be at least 30 years of age and have already have served multiple years in the army.
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Centurions were commander of Cohorts and professional officers in the Roman Army. In order to become a centurion, the soldiers had to be literate, have letters of recommendation, be at least 30 years of age and have already have served multiple years in the army.
   
 
A centurion usually commanded 83 men instead of the assumed 100.
 
A centurion usually commanded 83 men instead of the assumed 100.
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There are no active centurions at the moment, and some are needed.
 
There are no active centurions at the moment, and some are needed.
 
[[Category:Twelfth Legion]]
 
[[Category:Twelfth Legion]]
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Latest revision as of 21:44, April 26, 2020

Centurion helmet

What the helmet of a Roman Centurion would have looked like

Centurions are one of two leaders of a Cohort in the Twelfth Legion. They are Senators at the Senate House. They are the only members of the Twelfth Legion that are allowed to lead quests.

In Ancient RomeEdit

Centurions were commander of Cohorts and professional officers in the Roman Army. In order to become a centurion, the soldiers had to be literate, have letters of recommendation, be at least 30 years of age and have already have served multiple years in the army.

A centurion usually commanded 83 men instead of the assumed 100.

VacanciesEdit

There are no active centurions at the moment, and some are needed.

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