- "For our ataman, we'd march through 'ell and cross swords with any devil."
- —Wild One
They are fierce warriors fanatically devoted to their leader, but lack the discipline of the regular army. Their skills are as sharp as blades of their sabers and definitely are not lagging in cavalry as well. As Olgierd himself said, in bottom of their hearts they are common carousers and roughnecks good for fight and drink, at least.
- Redanian Free Company is probably a reference to Cossacks, who were also referred frequently to as the "Wild Ones" by nobles, and paid by Poland-Lithuania to fight in its arms, as well as their leader during war was called the ataman.
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- ↑ It seems to be the wordplay which was lost during the translation. In Polish, the group is called "Dzicy", which means the both "wild people"/"savages" and "boars".