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Hannibal

Hannibal

Using battlefield tactics that had never before been seen in warfare, Hannibal Barca brought the mighty Roman Empire to its knees for 15 years. He was the first to utilize elephants in European combat. With his fearsome pachyderms as an intimidating battalion of armored vehicles, he waged a brutal war on Rome's home field, resulting in the annihilation of every legion that was sent up against him.

Region: Carthage
Weapons: Falcata, War Elephant, Soliferrum, and Muscalatta bronze helmet.
Reign: 224 - 203 BC
Key Battles: Hannibal was never reinforced while fighting in Italy, and somehow still managed to win every major engagement for over a decade-and-a-half.