With the two Armies in Gaul face to face, Tullus gives the order to dig in. With the Senator Plaudicus in one ear and young Fulvius in the other, crying out to attack at once, Tullus leans towards caution. An uneasy peace settles along the frontier in Gaul as both armies watch each other for signs of movement.
Tullus knows with Alanicus moving further west, Secundus's forces will be stretched and divided. He therefore decides that time will be his best Allie against Secundus in Gaul.
To add further pressure to Secundus, Tullus starts to build a port in Aquatania in preparation for an invasion of Britannia.
Above, Tullus ignores the whining of Plaudicus to advance on Rome.