|Episodes||Hostis et Inimicus|
|Date of Birth||112 BC, Germania|
|Date of Death||71 BC, Via Appia (aged 41)|
|Cause of Death||Crucifixion|
Nemetes was a Germanic warrior who was enslaved by the Romans and was trained as a gladiator. He and his fellow gladiators escaped from the ludus of his dominus and later joined Spartacus. He became one of the rebel trainers in the rebellion against the Roman Republic.
Nemetes was born into an unknown tribe in Germania and was trained well in the combat of his tribe. Nemetes was an effective warrior, especially against the Romans. He was only captured when the Romans found him sleeping. Nemetes was soon brought to northern Italy and trained as a gladiator. Nemetes was a successful fighter in the arena. When he and his brothers heard of Spartacus and rebellion, Nemetes and the other gladiators also rebelled. Around a week later, they found Spartacus and his growing number of rebels.
Being trained as a gladiator, Nemetes was an expert in hand to hand and close range fighting, and was able to best hundreds of Romans during the rebellion
Nemetes was boisterous, but a proud fighter with a keen sense of leadership, becoming a rebel trainer during the rebellion
Nemetes was both tall and muscular. He also had sandy hair and a beard