“Veni Vidi Vici” is an appropriate title for chapter 11 because Ender was given an army full of launchies and unskilled kids, but he was still undefeated. The teachers were changing all of the rules of the battle room in an attempt to get Ender to lose. The text states, “‘He’s only had his army three and a half weeks,” (Card 173). This quote shows that even though Ender has had his army for less than the minimum amount of time, and his group was filled with unskilled launchies, he persevered and was determined to win all of his battles. The text also states, “Almost thirty of his soldiers were new, straight out of there launch group, completely inexperienced in battle. Some were even underage - the ones nearest the door were pathetically small” (Card 157). This quote shows that Ender was given weak launchies and veterans in his army, and nobody thought that he would win. However, he worked hard, was tough and determined, and eventually was undefeated. He came in as commander, saw what the teachers were doing to him, and conquered the game.
Veni Vidi Vici is an appropriate title for chapter 11. In chapter 11, Ender came to battles, saw the teachers manipulating his army, and won every single battle despite the odds. Since Veni Vidi Vici means “I came; I saw; I conquered”, it is a fitting title because Ender came, saw, and conquered the battles. In the text it states, “At the end of the week Dragon Army had fought seven battles in seven days. The score stood seven wins and zero losses… Nobody believed anymore that it was a fluke that put him first in the standings. He had beaten top armies by unheard-of margins” (Card 186). This shows that even though Ender’s army was somewhat inexperienced and the teachers were breaking the rules, Ender still came out to be the commander of the best army. In a way, not only did Ender conquer his classmates, he conquered the leaders of the Battle School.
“Veni Vivi Vici”, which means “I came: I saw; I conquered”, is appropriate because that is exactly what Ender did at this point in the story. He went to the Battle School, he trained and observed the older students, and he conquered by becoming the commander of Dragon. Ender and his army were constantly winning battles. The reader can conclude that Ender has finally conquered when, in the text, it’s stated “Instead, he and all his men were only thinking of ways to slip around past the formation, control the stars and the corners of the room, and then break the enemy formation into meaningless chunks that didn’t know what they were doing” (Card 178).
We believe that this is an appropriate title for the chapter, because Ender became general of Dragon army. He saw his army and their abilities, and then he conquered all the other teams. In the text it states “Because even though there are some better soldiers than you in Dragon Army-not many, but some-there’s nobody who can think better and faster than you”(Card 198). This tells us that Ender knows that abilities of all of his soldiers individually.
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“Veni Vidi Vici” is an appropriate title for this chapter because Ender and his troop faces a battle everyday of the week with almost no rest at all, but he still manages to win all the battles he is put into. “ “Same day nobody ever do two battles” ” (Card 192). Colonel Graff keeps challenging Dragon Army to see if they can lose a battle with the intense schedule they give them. “ “You can’t be serious about this schedule of battles”… “He’s only had his army three and a half weeks” ” (Card 173). Ender’s army rises up to the challenges and defeats all the other armies. So, going along with the title of the chapter, Ender first came to his new army, He saw how many battles he was fighting, and he conquered every single one of them.
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This is an appropriate title of this chapter because this is the chapter where Ender was the commander of his troop and they were beating every team. “He came” means he came he started doing the battles, he showed up. “He saw” means that he knew what he’d done to the team or what the are capable of. “He conquered” meant that he won every single battle since his troop was in the games, and so he conquered every other team. He came to the battles, he saw what he was capable of, and used those skills and beat every other team. Even though the I.F teachers were cheating the rules and making it harder for Ender he still came, saw, and conquered by completing all of their challenges. In the text it states, “ ‘...Now when are you going to put me up against a good army?’ Graff’s set lips turned to a smile, and he shook a little with silent laughter. Anderson handed Ender a slip of paper. “Now,” said Ender. “My army will be in the middle of the showering after practice.” Graff smiled, “better hurry boy,”(Card 19-1192). This quote is showing how Graff is challenging Ender when he isn’t expecting it. He’s making it challenging for him. Ender though was ready and beat all these challenges.
This is an appropriate title for this chapter because Ender has just received his Dragon Army and has been training them for only around four weeks. However, when he goes to battle the very first time and all the times to be exact, he did exactly that; he came, he saw, and he conquered. An example of this is when he Rabbit Army. When the gate first opened, he took in the battle and told his troops exactly what to do, the “I saw” part of the title. “‘Spread to the near stars,’ Ender said. ‘C try to slide the wall. If it works...” The result of Ender doing this resulted in a win for his army, which is the “I conquered” part of the title.
“Veni Vidi Vici” is an appropriate chapter title for Chapter 11 because Ender had to get him and his army up for the earliest battle he’s ever had to do and he has a tough upcoming schedule. In the text it says, “ ‘You can’t be serious about the schedule of battles’ ” (Card 173). This piece of text evidence shows that Ender has a lot of upcoming battles and they’re all going to happen in a row. This also might be an appropriate title for the chapter because Ender’s army is so good that they have never lost a battle, hence the title name, “Veni Vidi Vici” meaning I came, I saw, I conquered. In the text it says, “ ‘And you’ve won seven battles, once a day... your scores are unusually high, too’ (Card 190). ” This piece of text shows that Ender’s army is undefeated and that he has conquered all the enemies that he has had battles against. This also shows that he came, he saw, and he conquered because his army is undefeated.
“Veni Vidi Vici” is a appropriate chapter 11 title. Veni or I came, means Ender came to the Battle School to learn about strategy and how to fight the buggers. The text states, “Take a good look at him, little boys. He is going to be a commander, when you are still in diapers…” (Card 32). This shows that from the beginning the presiding officers saw something special in Ender. So this means Ender came, and exceeded the Battle School. Vidi, or I saw means, Ender saw everything that was going on. He was able to see and observe the qualities of a good leader. For an example, “Even as Ender learned how much he did not know, he also saw things that he could improve on…” (Card 84). This shows that Ender observed and saw everything that he could improve on. Ender learned how to fight and how to win. Vici or I conquered means Ender conquered the battle room and the whole school. He never lost a single battle with his new army and became the best army in the school. “... Dragon army had fought seven battles in seven days. The score stood seven wins and zero losses.” (Card 186). They were undefeated, Enders team, or Dragon Army, and they had the best scores in the history of the Battle School. As a result Enders was moved up to command school.
“Veni Vidi Vici” is an appropriate title for chapter 11. Ender has only had his army for a matter of weeks and the school starts to change the schedules. He came into the position expecting the normal schedules, and sees that it’s not what they are giving him. In the end he conquered the battles. “He couldn’t read it, of course, but he knew what it was. Battle”(Card 176). This is Ender receiving or rather seeing the battles laid out for him. “Congratulations on the victory, commander”(Card 194). Ender conquers the battles given to him. Therefore “Veni Vidi Vici” is a completely accurate title for the chapter as Ender has came, seen, and conquered.
I believe that Veni Vidi Vici is an appropriate title for chapter 11 because Ender was promoted to a commander of a whole new army of very young soldiers, but the teachers believed that he had the power to use some of soldiers potential and turn them into a brilliantly trained army. The teachers were right because Ender had definitely exceeded the expectations by being undefeated. This shows that he had finally conquered the battle stages, and was now ready for much more intense situations, this resulted in the teachers changing rules in an effort for Ender to finally lose. The text stated, “I don’t know what the teachers are doing, but my army is getting tired, and I’m getting tired, and they don’t care at all about the rules of the game” (Card 197). This proves that Ender is conquering the battle situations against other armies so well, that the teachers are being forced to change rules, just so they can find weaknesses in Ender’s army. Even through all the rule changes, Dragon Army still always finds a way to come out on top after every battle. All in all, Ender came as an inexperienced commander, saw the Launchies that he was forced to work with and used those Launchies strengths to form a great army that could conquer any obstacle that they were faced with.
Veni Vidi Vici is an appropriate title because Ender is given his army, he sees his enemies, and he conquers his enemies. "you've won seven battles, once a day." (Card 190). It is unprecedented for a army to even have seven battles in a row, and despite the odds, Ender win every single battle. Ender seems to have conquered the game, by facing odds such as an enemy waiting for him. Ender even says to Anderson, "if you're going to cheat, why don't you train the other army to cheat intelligently!" (Card 194). Ender has proven that he is the best at the game, and therefore he came, he saw, he conquered.
Veni Vidi Vici or I came, I saw, I conquered is an appropriate tile for this chapter. Veni, I came, and Vidi, I saw, symbolized how swiftly Ender’s transition from Launchie to soldier, from army to army, and from soldier to commander was. It also signifies how well he transitioned. It shows how quickly he adapted to be more of a leader than he already was. And he was given brand new soldiers with such limited experience, and he taught them to be very successful soldiers and a very strong army. “His ragged little group of veterans, utterly without honor in their previous armies, were blossoming into capable leaders.” (Card 175) Ender has learned a lot from his previous experiences in the other armies he was once a part of. He learned from other’s mistakes, and learned how the other armies, his now - enemies, attacked, defended and all of their battle tactics and strategies. Vici or I conquered signifies how Ender and his new army has been undefeated. They have not lost one battle even though they are all young, have extremely little battle experience, have been given less than the minimum time to train before their first battle, and having one battle every day. All of the rules have been changed for the Dragon Army to challenge them, but assiduous as Ender is, he and his army toughened up and got through it and succeeded. “‘He’s only had his army three and a half weeks.’” (Card 173) This shows how much of a short period time he had to train his army. “At the end of the week Dragon Army had fought seven battles in seven days. The score stood 7 wins and 0 losses.” (Card 186) This emphasizes how Ender and his army has advanced. It signifies how successful of a commander Ender was and how capable his army had become in such a small amount of time.