By the gods - we must’ve hurt his feelings. You’d think Themistocles would know not to make wagers he can’t win by now - but this one I like. It’s him against us - the one who casts the largest statue of a Greek warrior from the helmets of our enemies, wins. Sounds like someone’s overcompensating. We’ll need a great number of helmets, but our Persian friends won’t be needing theirs by the time we’re done with them. Who’s game, Archons? Are you with me? The Oracle will show you the Positions where the enemy may be found. Slay them, collect their helmets, and bring them to my forges.