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ROMAN FITNESS SYSTEMS IS MORE THAN A FITNESS SITE
Roman Fitness Systems was founded by the wise and powerful John Romaniello in 1792. In the course of his outlandish experiments designed for the reanimation of human corpses, he stumbled upon a formula for creating freakishly strong, muscular, and — perhaps most importantly — upsettingly good-looking humans.
He knew he was onto something truly remarkable, but feared there was more research to be done than could be accomplished within the span of a normal human lifetime.
Acutely aware of his mortality, Roman searched the deepest shadows and darkest alleys of New York City for an unlikely ally.
In exchange for a 600lb deadlift, the vampire Brandt turned Roman, granting him an eternity to perfect the Dark Art of Hugefaction.
In the two centuries since, Roman has built an army of large, shredded, beautiful monsters. Join us.
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