|Chief Dog||Janko Hornick|
|Ideology||Czarism, absolute monarchism|
|International Affiliation||Brotherhood of Terror and Virtue|
International Monarchist League
The Vonkajšíci (literally "Men-Aside") were a secret police organization established by Czar Ľubomír II with the intention of keeping the nobility and the Church in line. Formed of low-class commoners and fiercely loyal to the Czar, the Dogmen served as the main source of the monarch's power during the reigns of Ľubomír II and Miloš II.
Known by a number of names, such as the Czar's mad dogs, the dogmen, the doghearts, the dogheads, the dogbrothers, the broomstick brothers, the black brothers, the black bastards, or the black butchers, the Men Aside could be easily recognized by their black monastic habits, and by their wearing a severed dog's head (to sniff out the enemies of the Czar) and a broomstick (to sweep them away). The Dogmen also rode on black horses, to inspire terror into the hearts of their enemies. The Men Aside had no respect for traditions or religion, and operated outside the bounds of law and morality. Their only loyalty was to the Czar and to no other.
After Czar Miloš was assassinated in 3563, the organization was banned by the Tsargrad Veche in May 3566, leading to a revolt of the Men Aside which sparked the Fall of the Deltarian Empire. Beginning with January 3568, the organization granted its support to the attempts of False Miloš to gain the throne of Deltaria. Victorious in the civil war, the Men Aside, devoid of their function as the Czar's secret police, dissolved into the larger Revolution Movement, one of the chief supporters of False Miloš.