Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia (1431–1476) known as Dracula, was posthumously dubbed Vlad the Impaler. Who was the most common victim?

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For most of his life, Vlad fought the Ot­toman­s, who con­sid­ered Wal­lachia as part of their empire. Ac­cord­ing to (most likely ex­ag­ger­at­ed) popular story, in 1462 Mehmed II re­treat­ed with his army after being sickened by the sight of 20,000 impaled corpses outside the Vlad's capital of Târ­gov­iște.

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