General Labienus commands the 2nd, 4th, 7th & 8th Legions. He marches his legions 37 miles south of Paris to Metiosedum where he realizes an attack on the Gallic oppida is unrealistic. He commandeers 50 ships & sails down the Seine with half his army, repairs a bridge while the other half defends the fort at Metiosedum & crosses to the left bank of the river before the Gauls can attack. The following day the Gallic commander Camulogenus is defeated by General Labienus’ entire army in a major battle. Labienus then moves south in order to unite with Caesar. Vercingetorix goes to Bibracte where he orders different tribes loyal to his cause to make war on dissident Gauls. He also reinforces his own army with massive numbers of cavalry & infantry. While on the march south Caesar’s army, encumbered by its baggage train is attacked by a numerically superior force of Gallic cavalry on 3 different fronts. The Roman cavalry battles the Gauls while the legions form defensive, hollow square formations. The Centurion is sent to evaluate the cavalry battles & report back to Caesar. The Centurion disobeys orders & joins a fight led by Gnaeus Crispus. As punishment the Centurion, accompanied by Scout Livia, is tasked with finding Vercingetorix’s entire army. The Romans have defeated the Gallic cavalry. The Centurion & Scout Livia are tasked with finding the location of Vercingetorix’s army & learn where the Gallic leader is after a fight with Gallic stragglers. Caesar lays siege to Alesia, Vercingetorix’s stronghold. The Gallic cavalry is routed in a fight. Vercingetorix sends all his remaining cavalry to get reinforcements while Caesar blockades Alesia. Gallic support arrives & a series of huge battles ensues. Caesar eventually defeats Vercingetorix. Before Gaul is completely conquered there are still rebellious tribes that have to be subdued. Caesar makes plans.