The Sons of Argos Military Formation in Saleh'Alire | World Anvil

The Sons of Argos

The Bastards of Chara'Huyan

Saleh'Alire » Militaries Mercenaries

The Sons of Argos is an active Mercenary Band operating out of Chara'Huyan Port in the untamed lands of Talaina'Vao, in Tolara; founded by Captain Yorjan Pitzi in 6575, leadership was passed to Captain Rael Baakshi upon his death in 6582.  

Membership & Manpower

  Consisting of 26 total members, The Sons of Argos is subdivided into two main regiments: The Red Sons and The Black Sons. Each of the two subdivisions consists of 10 members a piece- including 1 Leutenant, 3 Scouts, and 6 General Armsmen. Both regiments operate under the direction of Captain Rael Baakshi, who herself maintains a personal band of 5 General Armsmen for protection.
Mercenary   Founding
6575   Dissolution
Still Active


  The Sons of Argos' primary concern is Bounty Hunting and Criminal Apprehension. Additionally, the Company is well known for its brutality, viciousness, and generally unorthodox methodology- which tends to arguably lean towards unethical. The Black Sons in particular, however, are rumored to be heavily involved in the Ar'lasang slave trade- while The Red Sons are well known for their involvement in numerous political wars (under the table, of course).


Author's Notes

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