- n. Plural form of merc.
““The wizard having to hire mercs is unbelievable”.”
“Please don't call these Blackwater punks 'mercs' as they don't deserve that honored name.”
“El_MUERkO wrote: one point i'd make is most mercenary corps are anything but, they're just looking for money to go away or easy kills to pad their boards those corps that are mercs are still often prone to bribery and double dealing so you could try confirm your suspicions and wardec the people who got the 'mercs' to wardec you if in doubt escalate!”
“You take the role of one of the three 'mercs' in the game (mercenaries), out for revenge in Venezuela after being let down by a previous employer.”
“The quartet of mercs will be played by Liam Neeson, Sharlto Copley, Bradley Cooper and UFC champ Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, the relative newcomer of the bunch.”
“And consider the danger of having paid mercs who have no allegiance to the US who could kill for the enemy for the right price.”
“I did hear of an incident where the data theft was accompanied by mercs with machine guns.”
“I followed his gaze and saw a group of mercs clad in riot gear covered with runes and crosses, symbols from several religions.”
“Corporate mercs are usually depicted as being up to no good, or are the hand-puppets of some shadowy organization which is itself up to no good.”
“There will still be tens of thousands of our troops and mercs still occupying Iraq.”
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