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The Hawk's Eye

Ever Vigilant

Saleh'Alire » Militaries Mercenaries

The Hawk's Eye was an independent Mercenary Group that was based out of the city of Tasach in the untamed wilderness of the Talaina'Vao region of southern Tolara.   Led by Captain Ørjan Kor'gan, they were disbanded when he eventually fell in love with Velasana Remil and settled permanently in the city to raise a family; originally affiliated with the Tolaran Merchant's Guild, Velasana had been a Temple Cleric with a temote Monastary who often took her Temple's goods to market for them. She and Ørjan met after the Hawk's Eye Band rescued her from slavers who had captured her Caravan on one such trip.
Mercenary   Founding
6586   Dissolution

Membership & Manpower

  Originally The Hawk's Eye consisted of 8 permanent members. Of those, membership consisted of 1 Captain, 1 Lieutenant, 2 Scouts, and 4 General Armsmen. All were highly trained Veterans of respective Armies who had retired prior to finding their way to Tasach, but each had found civilian life boring or had difficulty adjusting to its constancy.  


  Leaders of The Hawk's Eye prefered to stay out of political and other scuffles. For that reason, they predominantly operated as Caravan Guards and Search and Rescue when they were active. The Band was also known to take a variety of small odd jobs for the Explorer's Guild whenever they were passing through the area.


Author's Notes

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