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A magazine read by wannabe mercenaries, Nobby Nobbs, Ossie Brunt, and romantic would-be barbarian heroes of the Nijel the Destroyer persuasion (See Sourcery).

Real mercenaries don't need it. They already know, and don't need any refresher lessons. Nor do they need the small ads at the back, as they already know where to buy their weapons, and one would assume recruitment for real mercenary jobs is more clandestine than that and operates on a "word of mouth" basis.

One would assume C.M.O.T. Dibbler knows exactly who buys this sort of thing, and tailors the content accordingly.

A similarly entitled magazine on Roundworld that covers the same sort of territory for the same sort of readership is Soldier of Fortune.

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