- The Ides of March means "15th of March" in the Roman calendar, and is notorious for the date in which Julius Caesar was assassinated.
- There is an added irony to this, as the term "Backstabber," refers to someone who betrays a person who places trust in them, which is the most well known part of Julius Caesar's assassination, with Brutus playing a central role, and Caesar placing a great deal of trust in him, as well as several others involved.
- Pie Day occurs on March 14th right before this Mega-Invasion.
- Ides of March on Wikipedia
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