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26th Nov '16 12:29:33 PM EDP
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* The Centauri from ''Series/BabylonFive'' may raise regiments of soldiers among their slaves (only those of Centauri race, as [[GenreSavvy they understand perfectly the dangers of raising slave regiments among their subject races]]), but only if things are so bad that not even [[{{Conscription}} drafting their civilian population]] isn't enough.
** {{Subverted}} with the Vendura Kado: a genetically engineered Centauri sub-race with increased intellect that is kept into slavery and often serve in the military, they're considered a cultural treasure and treated almost as well as any free Centauri who holds their same job, position and skill.
26th Nov '16 12:18:52 PM EDP
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* The Evronians from ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' have the Coolflames: a HordeOfAlienLocusts, the Evronians don't stop at sacking all resources of a planet and destroying everything they don't have a use for, but they'll also [[EmotionEater drain all emotions from most inhabitants]] with a process that turns them into mindless slaves, usually used for (very) unskilled manual labor but occasionally as support for their troops and human shields.
** Being a rather unusual Evronian, general [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Trauma]] had an army composed entirely by more classical slave mooks, raised among the few Evronian subjects that had not been turned into Coolflames, [[JustifiedTrope as he was planning a coup and couldn't trust Evronian troops]]. It backfired on him ''hard'', as he treated his troops extremely bad and they dumped him in the middle of the coup.
22nd Nov '16 9:40:07 PM Galacton
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** Dr. Robotnik's MechaMooks the Badniks, which are powered by the animals trapped inside them.

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** Dr. Robotnik's Eggman/Robotnik's Badniks, MechaMooks the Badniks, which are powered by the tiny animals trapped inside them.
23rd Oct '16 5:52:03 PM MasterGhandalf
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* The Tenescowri of the ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' are a particularly horrifying example. The cannon fodder of [[ReligionOfEvil the Pannion Domin]], they aren't permitted ''any'' supplies from their superiors, restricting them solely to what they can loot from the enemy. As such, they're lightly armed but driven to the point of madness by near starvation and will charge headlong at the enemy against all odds in the hope of slaking their hunger [[ImAHumanitarian by any means necessary]]. Though not very effective by most standards, [[ZergRush they have the weight of numbers]] on their side and their presence on a battlefield is horrifying enough to do a real number on the enemy's morale (and their own morale is virtually unbreakable on account of how they have to literally engage the enemy constantly or die a slow, horrible death). It's telling about how hellish [[EvilOverlord the Pannion Seer's]] rule is that people actually ''volunteer'' for the Tenescowri to escape what the Domin does to its civilian subjects.
19th Oct '16 5:47:03 PM nombretomado
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* Quite a few enemy soldiers in ''{{Drakengard}}'' are kidnapped, press-ganged unfortunates. This includes the ''children''

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* Quite a few enemy soldiers in ''{{Drakengard}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'' are kidnapped, press-ganged unfortunates. This includes the ''children''
20th Sep '16 4:29:57 PM Loekman3
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* ''VideoGame/Stronghold'' Crusader games has torch carrying slaves that are hired at the Mercenary Outpost. They are the weakest and cheapest unit of the whole game, and mainly used forsetting buildings on fire.

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* ''VideoGame/Stronghold'' Crusader ''VideoGame/{{Stronghold}}'' ''Crusader'' games has torch carrying slaves that are hired at the Mercenary Outpost. They are the weakest and cheapest unit of the whole game, and mainly used forsetting for setting buildings on fire.
20th Sep '16 10:59:58 AM kyrtuck
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* ''VideoGame/Starwars:EmpireAtWar'' has these as an option for the Zann Consoritum faction, once they've corrupted cetain planets.
* ''VideoGame/Stronghold'''s Crusader games has torch carrying slaves that are hired at the Mercenary Outpost. They are the weakest and cheapest unit of the whole game, and mainly used forsetting buildings on fire.

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* ''VideoGame/Starwars:EmpireAtWar'' StarWars ''VideoGame/EmpireAtWar'' has these as an option for the Zann Consoritum Consortium faction, once they've corrupted cetain planets.
* ''VideoGame/Stronghold'''s ''VideoGame/Stronghold'' Crusader games has torch carrying slaves that are hired at the Mercenary Outpost. They are the weakest and cheapest unit of the whole game, and mainly used forsetting buildings on fire.
20th Sep '16 10:44:03 AM kyrtuck
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* ''VideoGame/Starwars:EmpireAtWar'' has these as an option for the Zann Consoritum faction, once they've corrupted cetain planets.
* ''VideoGame/Stronghold'''s Crusader games has torch carrying slaves that are hired at the Mercenary Outpost. They are the weakest and cheapest unit of the whole game, and mainly used forsetting buildings on fire.
29th Aug '16 9:58:05 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* In ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'', one of the standard enemy encounters comprises a Chain Chomp having been infected by a Sworm with [[BigBad Fawful]]'s face. The Mario Bros. can only fight this enemy normally, but, if the Sworm is sticking out of the Chomp's head, Bowser can remove it by inhaling, thus releasing the Chomp from its control and allowing it to run away.
11th Aug '16 1:50:21 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'', [[spoiler:Raguel brainwashes people, turning them into technically-living zombies]], getting himself an army that's pretty much unable to resist him unless the brainwashing is fresh enough to be broken through.
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