My first guest post for another blogger on mercenaries, their culture, and their evolution over the centuries. Thanks to Nicholas Rossis for the post. Bawk, bawk!
This is a guest post by Allan Bishop, a mid-twenty-something writing hack, and yuppie professional somewhere in the Greater Boston area. He laments the passing of bacon, enjoys long walks on back roads, and provides irreverent but affectionate takes, guides, and discussions on science-fiction, fantasy, and the mechanics of writing. His life, unfortunately, has been hijacked by Al-Bawk the Undying, a sentient storytelling chicken.
You can contact him on:
- Personal Website: This Life Is Hijacked
- Review Website: Seagull Bomb Reviews
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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