Casar could no longer reconcile his actions with himself, despite how highly he was regarded. He was a vigilante, guilty of murdering several known villains, but what ha been misconstrued as justice was naught but self-serving violence in the end. As he awaited his sentence in the dark cell, the door opened, but instead of an executioner, there appeared a powerless person begging for help.
Added on June 9, 2015 as a Reward during Heroes Colosseo XXIII Event, altogether 542+ cards:
- Class SS 6-16 (x2), 31-40 (x2), 51-55 (x2).
- Class S 2-12 (x2), 21-40 (x2), 61-90 (x2), 91-150.
- Class A 1-4 (x2), 21-50 (x2), 51-250.
- Class B 3-15 (x2), 16-30.
- Class C 2 (x2), 3-5.
- Battle count reward - 1,250th Battle.
Cäsar is the most common German spelling of the Ancient Roman masculine name Caesar, earlier was Cäsarius (Germanic). The term Caesar was also used as a title by Roman emperors and Ottoman Turkish emperors. The meaning of the name is uncertain, but it could derived from a Roman cognomen which possibly meant "hairy", from Latin caesaries "hair, curls, locks", or else it could be associated with the Latin caedere "to cut, to excise" and mean "he who was cut out of the womb". It has many spelling forms in other languages: César (French), Cesare, Cesarino (Italian), Cezary (Polish), César (Portuguese), Cezar, Cézar (Portuguese Brazilian), Cezar (Romanian), César (Spanish).
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