Leonidas is a descendant of Hercules. It is said that Leonidas came from the Archean family. Leonidas may have won the Spartan throne after a series of struggles between 490 and 488 BC. Leonidas was a brave man all his life, and he would take the lead in every battle. In the second Bosnian war, because of being outnumbered, Leonidas and other 300 Spartan elite soldiers all died. Leonidas’ heroic performance in the second Bosch war made him a hero of ancient Greece.
The birth of the king of Sparta is not hereditary. It can only be obtained from thousands of competitors through their efforts to prove their strength and never give up spirit. Leonidas received harsh hellish training when he was young. At the age of 10, he began to learn how to be beaten passively, and then he learned how to fight back. After years of continuous training, he not only developed his strong strength, but also acquired super martial arts and strong teamwork skills. Leonidas experienced the test of celibacy and inhuman survival in the wild, and the severe challenge of confronting the wolf and killing him. Finally, he won and became the king of Sparta.