- Age: 54
- Height: 6′ 1″
- Weight: 180 lbs
- Origin: Rome, Italy
- History: Marius was a loyal personal guard to Pompey for over 20 years. However due to recent events he is now a disgraced traitor rotting in prison for failing to protect Pompey during the rebellion against Caesar’s legitimacy and tyranny over Rome. Marius stayed with Pompey until his final moments arriving in Pelusium, Port Said, Egypt. As the Egyptians approached Pompey’s boat to greet them, one of the men who was aware of the King’s plot to kill Pompey pulled Marius aside to distract him with a frivolous conversation. While Marius was distracted Sebak Naeem made his move and killed Pompey.
Upon the death of Pompey, Marius fell to his knees clutching the headless body, crying as he mourned the loss of his commander and good friend. Moments later Marius was lifted up by the Egyptians and taken to prison. Marius was then sent back to Rome along with head of Pompey. Being that Caesar wanted all the traitors of Rome to suffer slowly for their betrayal, he sentenced Marius to fight in the Colosseum for the remainder of his life.