Ave Caesar! Morituri te Salutant!
Being a Gladiator in Imperial Rome was not all guts and glory. There was a lot of training, preparation, and waiting before the contests began.
Gladiator Action is a 'behind the scenes' pose set to compliment the action of the arena (from the Latin 'harena' meaning sand or sand strewn).
- 20 gladiator poses, checking and adjusting equipment, preparing to fight, and waiting to go on.
- 10 poses of arena attendants removing the dead and wounded.
- 10 crowd poses for Caesar, spectators, and a vendor.
- 11 utility/loader poses.
- 51 in all.
Included are a subset hand pose for the gladius and one for the gladius sword for converting other, general sword-fighting poses to expand the drama of this set. See the ReadMe.