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Several years after the last world conflict, which almost erased all the traces of humanity, civilization has collapsed, and a cruel and brutal society in which only the fittest survive has emerged. In this inhuman world, in which each region of the earth is ruled by a different clan, ancient traditions and rituals have risen. Now, a clan’s glory is measured by only one thing: his giant combat domes and the strength of his warriors.
In the fashion of the Roman Empire, there are combat arenas all around the world, called Pits. In there, slaves, gold-thirsty soldiers of fortune, ruthless mercenaries and professional fighters searching for the glory in battle fight until they win or die The Pit: Dog Eat Dog was cancelled in 2013.
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