Cable one germany was very interested at tte dreamhack. They shot an interview which will be aired soon about SPARTACUS winning the championship.
Exhibited at media markt
The d5 pump gauntlets
SPARTACUS, MOD OF THE ARENA (Bit-Tech Mod Of TheYear 2018)
Hi guys. Here is my entry for the build.gg contest. 100% Handmade, No CNC, Laser, 3D-Printer, Waterjet or other robotic/automation used at all. I started the TT CoreP90 build with the intention of making a never seen before mod in honor of the greatest rebel of all time. A Thracian slave who we know not by name, but by deeds. A man who rose an army of slaves and bared his teeth against the greatest army of the ancient world, The Roman Empire. Spartacus , as the Romans named him is by far the greatest freedom fighter of all time. I hav edone my best to honor the theme by making implementing and integrating as many fully handmade parts, gimmiks and elements that make this build interesting and true to the theme. The back is topped with a semi arena with valerian shades and roman arches, Standarts and leather armor plates as well as Spartacus lions and Gauntlets. In the front you will see that the Gauntlets are actually the D5 TT Waterpump combos, which pump spartacus mayhem blood through the two leather bound hardpipe loops. The whole case is cald on the inside and outside with wood, leather and worbla as metal fittings. In the front most part it has the two main eye catchers, the Roman Helmet and of coure the Gladius, all hand made. Thewhole build is resetted or turned on with Dagonaut Centurion axes, which only work when the sowrd is stuck in the top of the build. Take the sword out, and the Rebel casemod will not work. Apart from that you will find leather straps holding apipes in place as well as scalled armor made of wall dubles, roman robe stud made of coffee capsules, cartwheel covered TT flow inicators and all the main hardware like the PSU, Radiators, CPU and mainboard have wooden shrouds and elements in Roman arches style to set it off. The Animal lift has a Roman shield on it. When down it conceals the 10" touch screen monitor as well as the casemods name, because we dont know what he was really called. When switched on, the roman winches and chains pull up the monitor and reveal the name "SPARTACUS". Actually, I made so many details that I am sure I have forgotten to mention most of them. It took me over 740 hours and weighs at least 56 kilos. SPARTACUS, MOD OF THE ARENA, went on to win mod of the month at bit-tech, then mod of the year at bit-tech and is now also won the German Casemodding Championship too. I hope you all like it. A video will follow shortly.