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{{Infobox_Organization|other names = Pacifiers|type = Mercenary group|purpose = Suppress rebellions within [[Nilfgaardian Empire|Nilfgaard]]|location = [[Gemmera]]|members = [[Til Echrade]]<br>[[Rispat La Pointe]]<br>[[Bert Brigden]]|area served = [[Maecht]]|affiliation = [[Nilfgaardian Army]]|appears_books = {{ToC}}}}The '''Pacifiers''' were a famous group of mercenaries from the [[Nilfgaardian Empire|Nilfgaardian]] province of [[Gemmera]], sent by [[Emhyr var Emreis]], the [[Imperator|Emperor]] of Nilfgaard, to suppress the [[Rebellions|uprisings]] in the new conquests of the Empire.
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|Aka = Pacifiers
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|Type = Mercenary group
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|Purpose = Suppress rebellions within [[Nilfgaardian Empire|Nilfgaard]]
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|Location = [[Gemmera]]
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|Members = [[Til Echrade]]<br>[[Rispat La Pointe]]<br>[[Bert Brigden]]
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|Area served = [[Maecht]]
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|Affiliations = [[Nilfgaardian Army]]
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|Appears_books = {{ToC}}}}The '''Pacifiers''' were a famous group of mercenaries from the [[Nilfgaardian Empire|Nilfgaardian]] province of [[Gemmera]], sent by [[Emhyr var Emreis]], the [[Imperator|Emperor]] of Nilfgaard, to suppress the [[Rebellions|uprisings]] in the new conquests of the Empire.
   
 
Members of the group were said to rape women just in front of their families. Such practice was often used during the suppression of the [[Ebbing confederation insurrection|uprisings]] in [[Ebbing]], [[Geso]] and [[Maecht]].
 
Members of the group were said to rape women just in front of their families. Such practice was often used during the suppression of the [[Ebbing confederation insurrection|uprisings]] in [[Ebbing]], [[Geso]] and [[Maecht]].

Revision as of 01:07, April 16, 2019

The Pacifiers were a famous group of mercenaries from the Nilfgaardian province of Gemmera, sent by Emhyr var Emreis, the Emperor of Nilfgaard, to suppress the uprisings in the new conquests of the Empire.

Members of the group were said to rape women just in front of their families. Such practice was often used during the suppression of the uprisings in Ebbing, Geso and Maecht.

Known members

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