Romulus and Remus were pretty tough dudes. It's no surprise, though. After all, the twin brothers were the sons of the war god Mars (Ares) and were suckled by a she-wolf when they were babies. That's got to make you pretty ferocious. These fierce brothers' major claim to fame was founding Rome. Well, it was mostly Romulus. When he and Remus were trying to decide where to build their new city, they got into a major fight, and Romulus decided to end the debate by stabbing his brother with a sword. Don't try this at home.
Romulus and Remus
Wild Childs, Wolfboys
Elysium (Remus), Roman Olympus (Romulus)
The Martian School of War (named after the god not the planet)
Lupa, the she-wolf (who suckled us in the wild)
Amulius (our great uncle took our granddad's throne and tried to drown our mom and us)
"When in Rome, do as the Romans do."
The Aeneid by Virgil (A good book about our great great [great?] granddad.)
We are Gods! We are Wolves! by Le Loup (Yes!)
All things Roman