The Myrmidons were strangers to him—and now he understood why.
If it had been that, the Myrmidons themselves would have taken him.
Forrester waved at them, and then turned to a squad of Myrmidons standing nearby.
How else could the man have come through the cordon of Myrmidons and seen them in the darkness?
Patroclus and Automedon, having one mind, to fight in the front of the Myrmidons.
Dost thou bear any tidings to the Myrmidons, or to me myself?
Every eye turned, not on the man or his myrmidons, but on the paper that he held in his hand.
Peggy ran in, having delivered the two-seater to the care of myrmidons.
He had no wish to annoy Fenley, or quarrel with the man's myrmidons.
The Myrmidons were a people of Thessaly, said to have first constructed ships.