Stupid, dumb, silly, dim little river that is slow and not all that smart.
so where is the final boss?
It be the sea, lad. Mediterranean, I’d wager.
And then the river goes Nom Nom Nom.
XLVI. At last, as if resolved to make war in earnest, he [Caligula] drew up his
army upon the shore of the ocean, with his balistae and other engines of
war, and while no one could imagine what he intended to do, on a sudden
commanded them to gather up the sea shells, and fill their helmets, and
the folds of their dress with them, calling them “the spoils of the ocean
due to the Capitol and the Palatium.” As a monument of his success, he
raised a lofty tower, upon which, as at Pharos , he ordered lights
to be burnt in the night-time, for the direction of ships at sea; and
then promising the soldiers a donative of a hundred denarii  a man,
as if he had surpassed the most eminent examples of generosity, “Go your
ways,” said he, “and be merry: go, ye are rich.
Suetonius – “The Lives of the Twelve Caesars”
Chronillogical may very well be the first webcomic ever to have someone quote a passage of Suetonius in the comments. Which is pretty awesome.
If you play it right, I’ll quote Lucan for you, too.
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