|First appearance||S3E05: Blood Brothers|
|Last appearance||S3E09: The Dead and the Dying|
|Relationships|| Tiberius (Leader, deceased)|
Mettius (Friend, deceased)
Marcus Licinius Crassus (Imperator)
|Status||Deceased (Killed by Gannicus)|
Mettius Friend is a Roman soldier, with short black hair and a small scar cut across his face. He wears heavy legion armor. and wields a standard gladius sword.
War of the DamnedEdit
Mettius' Friend is a soldier for Marcus Licinius Crassus, under the command of Mummius, and later, Tiberius. He takes part in the battle outside Sinuessa, and after the combined forces of the Rebels and Cilician Pirates prove too great, Mettius' Friend is one of many who flees the battle.
Mettius' Friend is later punished with the others in the resurrected art of Decimation, and survives, being thrown out to live in the Followers camp with the others.
Eventually, Caesar and Tiberius come into a physical confrontation. When he is being bested, Tiberius orders Mettius and Mettius' Friend to beat Caesar and hold him down, bent over a table. Tiberius then proceeds to rape Caesar as a form of dominance.
Tiberius is sent with a clutch of his men in order to speak with Gnaeus Pompey Magnus, a proconsul arriving back in the Republic after putting down the Sertorian War in Hispania. It turns out to be a trap, however, as Spartacus and the rebels then capture Tiberius, Mettius' Friend, and many others.The Roman soldiers are brought back to the rebel camp in chains - to be used as a means of celebration, their blood spilled by the rebels to honor their dead. Tiberius instructs his men not to fight and instead stand strong, stating that they are Roman and will not fight and die for the rebels' entertainment, although Kore interjects and mocks the captured Romans.
He watches as Mettius is killed, as well as two others, by Spartacus. When Gannicus calls upon three Romans to fight at once, Mettius' Friend is among the three. The fight is easily dominated by Gannicus, as Mettius' Friend remains the last of the three. Gannicus decapitates him with his signature technique of thrusting both swords into the opponents neck, and then throws his head into the crowd, much to Tiberius' chagrin and the rebels amusement.