In 317 BC, Cassander had finally defeated and killed Olympias at Pydna, and her brother Aeacides wad deposed for supporting Olympias against Cassander. Aeacides sent the young Pyrrhus of Epirus to Glaukias, king of the Taulantians, where he was raised and restored to the throne in 306 BC. What if Pyrrhus had been killed by Cassander before he could make it to Glaukias' court? How would this affect the Diadochi? What possible effect could this have on Rome? Would we see a different Hellenistic world?