If we chose to capture Khorobirit's daughter, Renard ends up hating us. And I'm assuming Sandoral does as well, considering he also objected, and appeared to be traumatized after the battle was over.
But what about Blaylock? In my most recent playthrough, he was my second in command, and was excited when I gave the order to hold the gate against the Hussars. And considering how if you send him to run down the partisans, he gives a report of "Eight dead, six wounded, not too bad" I'm assuming the losses won't affect him as much. And if you choose to go east when escorting Cassius, and buy fodder, he grumbles about money, so surely he must grateful to receive a share of the ransom?
But at the same time, we almost got him killed and he lost far more men than he ever had before, so what's the deal? Does he hate us too?
Edit - Also, I forgot to add: Blaylock for King.