An interesting word, 'vercingetorism', was used colloquially. This is obviously in reference to the (last) Gaulish leader before Caesar conquered Gaul. It is most likely a nonce word (a one-time coinage).
The context in question is at this video game discussion site:
Foulard vif eclair + sandale d'hermes sur les 3 persos = Jauge ATB complete des le debut du combat + auto célérité + ATB +10% en vitesse (en + d'autocélérité :fou: )
t'as l'intention d'affronter vercingetorism avec tout ca?
Even though it is not a dictionary word, it is a plausible new creation. Except I can't tell exactly what the attitude one is supposed to get from it. The context of video games is that one has boasted (it seems) of one's weapons, with the reply being something about that boast (the "vercingetorism").
What sort of attitude is implied by 'vercingetorisme'? What are the nuances of this word? Duty to a lost cause? Bravery in the face of impossible odds? Honor in defeat?