The blade of the Guardian Sword was as snow white as ever without a trace of blood, even though it had just killed so many mercenaries.
It terrified the mercenary leader even more.
After some hesitation, the mercenary leader finally said, “My name is Asa. I’m the leader of stray mercenary regiments around here l have dozens of men under me Crosac’s Blackbeard came to me two weeks ago and offered me money to get him Ronald’s head I had no choice but to agree… Blackbeard is the leader of Crosac’s fixed mercenary regiments I couldn’t say no!”
Stray mercenary regiments referred to mercenary regiments that traveled around and received various jobs and deployments to earn a living
Fixed mercenary regiments usually referred to mercenary organizations rooted in a city and received various commissions and assignments from within the city or provide the city protection.
Stray mercenary regiments had fewer members, with most ranging from a few to a few dozen. Few regiments exceeded a hundred people.
Fixed mercenary regiments were different. Fixed mercenary regiments were not much different from regular soldier regiments. Besides, stray mercenary regiments were no match for fixed mercenary regiments. Fixed mercenary regiments had 300 to 1,000 members!
Hearing the word “Blackbeard”, Ronald quickly climbed out from under the car.
“I know, I know Blackbeard is the leader of the Black Gold Flower Mercenary Regiment, one of Crosac’s three major fixed
mercenary regiments. Blackbeard is powerful and on good terms with Crosac.”
After hearing Ronald’s statement, Bjorne asked, “Do you have a problem with Blackbeard?”
“No, I’ve never seen him!” Ronald quickly shook his head.
Ronald wondered why Blackbeard had hired such a stray mercenary regiment to intercept and kill him since he had never met or talked to Blackbeard before.
It was strange.
Bjorne mused for a moment before saying. “Looks like the situation in the City-State Union is more complicated than I expected…”
After a pause, Bjorne looked back at the mercenary leader, Asa, and asked, “What else do you know?”
“I really don’t know anything else…” Asa was on the verge of tears, his eyes red
Bjorne and Maurina were disgusted by the sight of Asa’s weeping.
“Let me kill him.” Maurina pulled out his saber once he brushed speaking,
Bjorne’s Guardian Sword had already seen blood, and Maurina was itching to let his saber taste blood too However, Bjorne stopped rum
“Let him go… Let him leave…”
“What?” Maurina looked puzzled.
However, he did not insist.
Barne quickly nodded. “Let’s do that if that’s what you want, Commander…”
Then Maurina turned and glared at Asa. “What are you still doing here? F*ck off. Or I’ll kill you!”
Asa hurriedly got up from the ground and ran away crying. It took a while for them to stop hearing his loud sobs.
Only then did Maurina ask, “Commander, why did you let him go?”
“It’s no use killing him. Let him go, and he’ll go after the so-called Blackbeard. Perhaps he’ll cause trouble for Black Gold Flower Mercenary Regiment, and we can take advantage of the chaos and get some clues,” Bjorne explained
Hearing this, Maurina was overwhelmed with admiration for Bjorne.
No wonder Bjorne could grow from an ordinary soldier to a nine-star commander. Barne was so cunning!