As a War Dog, Prince N'Jobu was stationed in Oakland, California. His brother, King T'Chaka, sent Zuri as well to watch him unbeknownst to the prince. During his service, N'Jobu became convinced that Wakanda's isolationist policies were doing more harm than good and that people of African descent around the world were being oppressed. During this time, he fell in love with an American woman and had a son, N'Jadaka. When his son was older, N'Jobu gave him a War Dog tattoo so that his son could see Wakanda someday. He then decided that the only course of action was to initiate a global revolution. To arm his cause, he revealed his country's existence to black-market arms dealer Ulysses Klaue and helped him infiltrate Wakanda in order to steal a cache of vibranium resulting in the deaths of several Wakandan citizens.
When T'Chaka found out about his brother betrayal, he came to Oakland and confronted him. However, N'Jobu attempted to shoot Zuri, so T'Chaka killed him.
Nakia took War Dog missions across the globe, making contacts and helping people. She believed that Wakanda could do more to help the other nations as well. During one of her missions, she was transferred in a truck with several other women by armed men in Nigeria. She was rescued by Black Panther and Okoye. Following T'Challa's coronation, Nakia accompanied him and Okoye to South Korea to apprehend Klaue. Following Klaue's capture, Nakia noticed a van driving close by and realized that the van was planning to attack and rescue Klaue.
When news of Klaue's death came, Zuri confirmed that Stevens had a War Dog tattoo but no record of him. Following. Following N'Jadaka's ascension to the throne, he issued orders to the War Dogs to arm oppressed all over the world. Some of the war dogs were hesitant to these orders, but the war dogs in London, Hong Kong, and New York were onboard.
- In the comics, the Hatut Zeraze, (also known as the Dogs of War) was a group of spies and assassins that operated as Wakanda's intelligence until T'Challa banished them.