- "This titanic gladiator hails from the Cambrian hills of Britannia! He's a raging beast and formidable foe! He's the Ordovician!"
- ―Alba describing The Hammer, 47 BCE.[src]
Before he became a gladiator, he had his tongue cut out by unknown means. In 47 BCE, he was challenged by Bayek of Siwa, who witnessed him crush an opponent who had yielded. The gladiator was then defeated by the Medjay with a sword.