Roma LXIX was one of many alternate timelines where the Roman Empire never fell. The culture was obsessed with sex, to the point that all religions emphasised the celebration of fertility and no sculptor, painter, or tesselator learned how to depict clothing.

Marcus Aurelius Scriptor obtained a two-foot-high statue of Minerva by the Bernini of Roma LXIX and gave it to Emperor Emmanuel Victorius. Unlike traditional, more modest representations of Minerva in Roma I, the statue was nude and posed seductively. A anisocyclorum was hidden in an owl on Minerva's shoulder. (PROSE: Warlords of Utopia)

Behind the scenes Edit

In Roman numerals, LXIX is the number 69. The sexual focus of Roma LXIX culture is based off of this innuendo.

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