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Sergeant is a rank in the British Royal Navy. Its origins are the Latin serviens, "one who serves", through the French term Sergent. The Royal Navy's sergeants' main job is to keep the soldiers disciplined and in line. Sergeants are trained to fight with a Cutlass, and sometimes a Rapier. They patrol the Navy's forts, such as Fort Charles, or Kingshead. They are also found in the frontlines of battles, such as the Raid on the Catacombs. They are quite formidable in battle.

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