Rome had lost many armies conquering Hispania and her many peoples and an army made of such fearsome fighters was not one to be sniffed at. The tribes in Hispania had been unhappy for quite some time and it didn't take much for them to rebell and swear their allegiance to Tullus. Secundus knew that this would mean war and his plans of just marching into Rome would have to be rethought. He had hoped that the Province of Hispania would come over to the Tofieldican course and with it, some of the best cavalry in the Empire. Now, with the rise of Tullus, he knew this would never happen.