Cestvs enters his first match at the slave gladiator training school. Though he's bewildered to discover that his opponent is his best friend, he wins the match, and his opponent is killed on the spot. According to his instructor Zafar, losers have no future. "Every time you win, your opponent will die. You're practically a murderer!" With all his sorrow and rage clenched in his fists, Cestvs survives, as one after another powerful opponents stand in his way, as well as the shadow of Nero, fifth emperor of the Roman Empire. With no other way to secure his freedom, can Cestvs seize his future?!
Cestvs: The Roman Fighter, huh? I honestly do not even know, where to start and if there is any point in explaining the story. And, of course, I am not going to tell you how awful the animation is, it is not that bad and it is not that much of a problem. All I want to say is that you should not watch this anime not because of its god-awful animation, but because of how awfully bad the story-line is. Let me explain you the problem: there is the manga, this anime is based on, and the anime adaptation just butchered like 80% of the story-line and it became the anime. I am going to be a 100% captain obvious to say it, but, obviously, you cannot understand anything happening in the anime, if it is butchered that much. And that is pretty much it, Cestvs: The Roman Fighter is horrible because of how butchered its story-line is, so if you want to understand what Cestvs: The Roman Fighter is, I highly suggest you to read the manga. This is the reason why I am not telling you anything about the story of Cestvs. If you are too lazy to read the manga, just skip both the manga and the anime. One thing is for sure that anime is not worth even a second of your free time. Skip! P.S. Read the manga, please. It is great!
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