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Damnatio ad bestias (Latin for "condemnation to beasts") was a form of Roman capital punishment in which the condemned person was killed by wild animals, usually lions or other big cats.
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Sunderance Chapter 30: Damnatio ad Bestias Part 1
“Then I will make you one, so then you can tell the real Yūrei that I’m coming for him next.”
The boast may have been born of anger at the defeat of his subordinates, but it rang hollow in the ears of the one the wolf promised to come for next. While he was somewhat uncertain of the level of skill the Alpha of this pack possessed, he was more so aware of the skill the fox he faced possessed. At the start of the fight, he had not been entirely certain of how Nick showed signs of difficulty dealing with the relatively standard breed of assassins that the wolves represented. But Jack understood that he was fighting not to kill them, something that seemed confirmed by the differentiating between the fox and Yūrei by way of mercy.
Why he was doing this? The rabbit had to assume it was due to Hopps. It was the only thing that made sense, really. He had been there when she had first arrived in
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