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A '''mercenary''' or '''soldier of fortune''' was an individual who offers to fight in exchange for [[money]] or other personal compensation. [[Species]] with a reputation as good mercenaries included the [[Nausicaan]]s, the [[Breen]], and the [[Klingon]]s. ({{DS9|The Magnificent Ferengi}})
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A '''mercenary''' or '''soldier of fortune''' was an individual who offered to fight in exchange for [[money]] or other personal compensation. [[Species]] with a reputation as mercenaries included the [[Corvallen]]s, ({{TNG|Face of the Enemy}}) [[Nausicaan]]s, the [[Breen]], and the [[Klingon]]s. ({{DS9|The Magnificent Ferengi}})
   
In [[2369]] [[Quark]] hired two [[Unnamed Bajorans#Mercenaries|Bajoran mercenaries]] for [[Rao Vantika]] to help him to steal a [[deuridium]] shipment from the [[Gamma Quadrant]]. ({{DS9|The Passenger}})
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In [[2369]] [[Quark]] hired two [[Bajoran mercenary 001|Bajoran]] [[Bajoran mercenary 002|mercenaries]] for [[Rao Vantika]] to help him to steal a [[deuridium]] shipment from the [[Gamma Quadrant]]. ({{DS9|The Passenger}})
   
In [[2370]], the [[Vulcan Isolationist Movement]] hired several mercenaries, including [[Arctus Baran]]'s group and [[Koral (Klingon)|Koral]], to steal for them the remaining pieces of the [[Stone of Gol]], an ancient [[Vulcan]] weapon. ({{TNG|Gambit, Part I|Gambit, Part II}})
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In [[2370]], the [[Vulcan Isolationist Movement]] hired several mercenaries, including [[Arctus Baran]]'s group and {{dis|Koral|Klingon}}, to steal for them the remaining pieces of the [[Stone of Gol]], an ancient [[Vulcan]] weapon. ({{TNG|Gambit, Part I|Gambit, Part II}})
   
 
Also that year, [[Verad]] hired two Klingon mercenaries, [[T'Kar]] and [[Yeto]], to help him take [[Jadzia Dax]]'s [[symbiont]] by force. ({{DS9|Invasive Procedures}})
 
Also that year, [[Verad]] hired two Klingon mercenaries, [[T'Kar]] and [[Yeto]], to help him take [[Jadzia Dax]]'s [[symbiont]] by force. ({{DS9|Invasive Procedures}})
   
The [[Takrit]] in the [[Delta Quadrant]] are known for being mercenaries. In [[2372]], the [[Trabe]] hired the Takrit to reconnoiter the meeting place of a proposed summit between [[Kazon]] [[maje]]s, in preparation for an [[assassination]] attempt. ({{VOY|Alliances}})
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[[Tuvok]] considered [[Chakotay]]'s [[Maquis]] crew a group of "[[malcontent]]s, [[outlaw]]s and mercenaries." ({{VOY|Meld}})
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The [[Takrit]] were a [[Delta Quadrant]] group of mercenaries. In [[2372]], a Takrit was rumored to have been doing reconnaissance at the meeting place of a proposed summit between [[Kazon]] [[maje]]s. ({{VOY|Alliances}})
   
 
In [[2374]], during the [[Dominion]] occupation of [[Deep Space 9]], [[Quark]] intended to hire Nausicaan mercenaries to break his brother [[Rom]] out of captivity. [[Kira Nerys]] however, convinced him that an attack would cause unacceptable casualties. ({{DS9|Favor the Bold}})
 
In [[2374]], during the [[Dominion]] occupation of [[Deep Space 9]], [[Quark]] intended to hire Nausicaan mercenaries to break his brother [[Rom]] out of captivity. [[Kira Nerys]] however, convinced him that an attack would cause unacceptable casualties. ({{DS9|Favor the Bold}})
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Later that year, Rom wanted to hire mercenaries to rescue [[Ishka]] from the Dominion, but Quark insisted on an all-[[Ferengi]] team instead. ({{DS9|The Magnificent Ferengi}})
 
Later that year, Rom wanted to hire mercenaries to rescue [[Ishka]] from the Dominion, but Quark insisted on an all-[[Ferengi]] team instead. ({{DS9|The Magnificent Ferengi}})
   
The only game of [[tongo]] [[Miles O'Brien]] had ever played was against a [[Ferengi]] [[privateer]] and a [[Romulan]] mercenary. ({{DS9|Change of Heart}})
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The only game of [[tongo]] [[Miles O'Brien]] had ever played was against a Ferengi [[privateer]] and a [[Romulan]] mercenary. ({{DS9|Change of Heart}})
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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== External link ==
 
== External link ==
 
* {{wikipedia}}
 
* {{wikipedia}}
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:54, December 11, 2019

A mercenary or soldier of fortune was an individual who offered to fight in exchange for money or other personal compensation. Species with a reputation as mercenaries included the Corvallens, (TNG: "Face of the Enemy") Nausicaans, the Breen, and the Klingons. (DS9: "The Magnificent Ferengi")

In 2369 Quark hired two Bajoran mercenaries for Rao Vantika to help him to steal a deuridium shipment from the Gamma Quadrant. (DS9: "The Passenger")

In 2370, the Vulcan Isolationist Movement hired several mercenaries, including Arctus Baran's group and Koral, to steal for them the remaining pieces of the Stone of Gol, an ancient Vulcan weapon. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I", "Gambit, Part II")

Also that year, Verad hired two Klingon mercenaries, T'Kar and Yeto, to help him take Jadzia Dax's symbiont by force. (DS9: "Invasive Procedures")

Tuvok considered Chakotay's Maquis crew a group of "malcontents, outlaws and mercenaries." (VOY: "Meld")

The Takrit were a Delta Quadrant group of mercenaries. In 2372, a Takrit was rumored to have been doing reconnaissance at the meeting place of a proposed summit between Kazon majes. (VOY: "Alliances")

In 2374, during the Dominion occupation of Deep Space 9, Quark intended to hire Nausicaan mercenaries to break his brother Rom out of captivity. Kira Nerys however, convinced him that an attack would cause unacceptable casualties. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

Later that year, Rom wanted to hire mercenaries to rescue Ishka from the Dominion, but Quark insisted on an all-Ferengi team instead. (DS9: "The Magnificent Ferengi")

The only game of tongo Miles O'Brien had ever played was against a Ferengi privateer and a Romulan mercenary. (DS9: "Change of Heart")

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External link Edit

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