Bribe Gaius Scribonius Curio
- +1 influence per turn for your political party
- +4 Imperium
Caesar’s excessive wealth in gold and silver, and slaves gained from his conquests in Gaul, enabled him to purchase the support and loyalty even of political opponents. One such case was Gaius Scribonius Curio. Even though his father had been a fierce opponent of Caesar, writing an extensive political dialogue against his many ‘crimes’, his own allegiance was easily bought and he became an ardent supporter. Caesar’s paying of the younger Curio’s debts caused greater division between father and son.