Stelios threatens the Persian Emissary.
Stelios, still out of breath, warns that the Persians are approaching.
Stelios and Astino help each other in combat.
Stelios notes that the incoming squad of Persians are small in size.
Stelios is telling Daxos that he is praying that somewhere among the Persian ...
Stelios says his final words.
The villagers have been found after being burned by Xerxes' army.
Stelios is not impressed with the soldiers he's fighting.
Stelios claims Daxos' arm, much to the chagrin of Daxos.
Stelios wonders if the gods have mercy when he discovers the burned village.
King Leonidas and his team mock the Persians, suggesting that they look thirsty.
Stelios wants everybody to know that the army of 300 are free men, not slaves.
Stelios is asking Astinos why he is laughing when there are thousands of Pers...
Daxos is asking Stelios how there could be so many soldiers left in the Persi...
Stelios suggests that the Persian Emissary should hurry, because they plan on...
Stelios is telling the Persian representative that they killed the Persian sc...
Stelios is telling the Persian emissary to go and tell Xerxes that he faces f...
Stelios tells Leonidas the the 300 are all with him to the death.
The Persian is screaming about his arm that Stelios just cut off. Stelios in...
Overconfident, Stelios wonders who Xerxes will send next.
Astinos and Stelios taunt each other a little bit in the midst of fighting th...
Stelios warns that we've seen only a small chunk of Xerxes' army.
Stelios has no problem fighting in the shade after the Persian threatens to b...
Stelios doesn't take the Persian Emissary's threat seriously.