- +5% army replenishment
- +1 experience for new spies
To guarantee Crassus and Pompey Consulships in 55BC, the Triumvirate resorted to bribery, vote rigging, and even intimidation. By delaying the elections until the end of the campaigning season, Caesar was able to release some of his soldiers from their winter quarters to vote for Crassus and Pompey. Taking advantage of the presence of these additional soldiers, acting as both a deterrent and a show of strength, Crassus and Pompey used violence and intimidation to secure the election. They waylaid their main opponent, the Cato backed Domitius, killing his torchbearer and wounding many in his entourage.