When word reached Ivvavik about the Sioux settlement of Sichangu, what had been a cold war suddenly got very hot. A great number of Inuit nobles argued for war, but as usual up here, cooler heads prevailed.
Still, one general in particular inspired the Inuit people’s bloodlust by taking fifteen of his heartiest warriors and heading south. When couriers were sent to find General Spartacus and return him to the capital at once, men along the road would shout ‘I’m Spartacus’ in a spontaneous display of solidarity and patriotism.
After proving his point and making it almost all the way to the Sioux frontier, the General relented and headed back to the capital. Deep down he trusted his king, and he knew that the Inuit would not be content to continue a cold war against the Sioux forever.