This is part of a series on famous figures at parties, see the earlier philosophical party here.
Cleopatra wanders around the party, followed by Julius Caeser and Marc Anthony. Caeser wanders off at some point, pisses a few people off and gets stabbed multiple times.
Caligula tries to make his horse a consul, while Nero watches Rome burn.
The explorers Columbus, Cartier, and Cabot sit around swapping stories about the “New World.”
King Louis XVI and Marie Antionette try to hide from some French Revolutionaries, including Robespierre.
Rasputin creeps around Nicholas II of Russia and his wife, Alexandra. They later disappear with the rest of their family.
Alexander the Great exchanges battle tactics and empire building hacks with Genghis Khan and Napoleon in the corner.
King Henry VIII brags to anyone who will listen about his six wives, while his daughter Elizabeth I chats with Shakespeare.
Stalin, Marx, and Lenin talk of communism, while Hitler and Mussolini pout in the corner when Churchill and FDR walk past.