Black Dogs: A Guide On Select Mercenaries (Real and Fictional) Throughout History

Nicholas C. Rossis

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Black Dogs: A Guide On Select Mercenaries (Real and Fictional) Throughout History

The Black Company, The Golden Company, Outer Heaven. Mercenaries have fascinated readers in fantasy and science-fiction for as long as both genres have existed. More organized and ruthless than your lovable rogue, the mercenary serves often as an antagonist or a protagonist, depending on what purpose they serve in…

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