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6th Apr '16 4:49:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''SinCity'' comics, the Colonel runs an organization of elite assassins.

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* In the ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' comics, the Colonel runs an organization of elite assassins.
16th Feb '16 5:49:17 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''VideoGame/WatchDogs'' has the Fixers, a loose network of mercenaries and freelancers operating through Chicago's Darknet, willing to do any job for anyone, provided the price is right. Although wetwork and kidnapping are just some of the services they provide (they also incorporate skilled hackers and wheelmen in their ranks for illicit transportation and data retrieval, for instance), they are mostly used as professional assassins and hitmen.
30th Nov '15 9:19:52 AM Graybeard
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* ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' has the Gewehr, a guild of assassins that includes among its numbers HitmanWithAHeart Jon Amraphel, one of the comic's main protagonists.
19th Aug '15 11:14:04 PM Mhazard
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' has several factions that basically exist to murder other players, Particularly the Darkwraiths and the Forest Hunters.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' has several factions that basically exist to murder other players, Particularly the Darkwraiths Darkwraiths, Blade of the Darkmoon and the Forest Hunters.
15th Jul '15 10:59:01 AM Elkhound
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* ''Creator/DorothyL.Sayers'' wrote a story about a firm called [I]Smith & Smith, Removals[/I] that specialized in such matters. It was supposed to be part of a series, but she never wrote any more.
* ''Creator/AgathaChristie'''s ''Literature/ThePaleHorse'' had one of these.
15th Jun '15 9:24:20 AM Prfnoff
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* Team Vorg, from ''CwensQuest'', is a "business" in CQ's fantasy world who's whole business model is based around having large armies going about conquering city's and towns at the behest of their psychotic and unstable but also Reaganomic, corporate minded & business savvy leader.
* The titular group in ''SuicideForHire'', though it consists of just two teenagers, and their clients and their victims are the same people.
* A league of assassins assaults ''TheDragonDoctors'' and the magical doctors are forced to use their spells and skills to fend them off. A magical mishap turns one of the assassins into a tree, rooted to the spot in front of their clinic, and until the spell wears off (which could be years) they have to take care of her and keep her company.

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* Team Vorg, from ''CwensQuest'', ''Webcomic/CwensQuest'', is a "business" in CQ's fantasy world who's whole business model is based around having large armies going about conquering city's and towns at the behest of their psychotic and unstable but also Reaganomic, corporate minded & business savvy leader.
* The titular group in ''SuicideForHire'', ''Webcomic/SuicideForHire'', though it consists of just two teenagers, and their clients and their victims are the same people.
* A league of assassins assaults ''TheDragonDoctors'' ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' and the magical doctors are forced to use their spells and skills to fend them off. A magical mishap turns one of the assassins into a tree, rooted to the spot in front of their clinic, and until the spell wears off (which could be years) they have to take care of her and keep her company.
27th May '15 8:04:06 PM nombretomado
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* The Hashishin are identified as the ([[UnreliableNarrator possible]]) forebears of the Illuminati in the ''{{Illuminatus}}!'' trilogy, reflecting assorted flaky real-world conspiracy theories.

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* The Hashishin are identified as the ([[UnreliableNarrator possible]]) forebears of the Illuminati in the ''{{Illuminatus}}!'' ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}!'' trilogy, reflecting assorted flaky real-world conspiracy theories.
25th May '15 12:31:08 PM TheXfromB
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* In ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'' according to Helena, there this thing called the Coven which is a modern day evil league of super evil womyn. The Coven hide itself behind a number of companies such as Starcloud and the C-Section. They form the Feminist Mafia and controls the stock market by killing people for a profit to buy ruined companies with [[FictionalCurrency decimals on the Credit]]. There's also the United-Bank of all Nations, the UBN, money is all about profit at any cost.
13th May '15 5:10:49 AM IHateAlmostEverything
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* Aryan Brotherhood from BreakingBad. They are introduced as neo-Nazi gang, but this is an InformedAttribute, since they do nothing from paid murders.

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* Aryan Brotherhood from BreakingBad. They are introduced as neo-Nazi gang, but this is an InformedAttribute, since they do nothing from paid murders.aren't shown doing anything except for contract killings.
18th Apr '15 8:26:38 PM nombretomado
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* The Red Dragon Syndicate in ''CowboyBebop'' was always called that, but became much more...uh...[[MeaningfulName vicious]] as time passed. Eventually, their full-time job seemed to be killing people and antagonizing the main characters. The people that the organization was seized from were very opposed to this, and even said the organization wouldn't survive long like this.

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* The Red Dragon Syndicate in ''CowboyBebop'' ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' was always called that, but became much more...uh...[[MeaningfulName vicious]] as time passed. Eventually, their full-time job seemed to be killing people and antagonizing the main characters. The people that the organization was seized from were very opposed to this, and even said the organization wouldn't survive long like this.
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