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Imperial Guard Hierarchy
|This article is about the Imperial Guard Rank; for the Adeptus Arbites Rank, see Lord Marshal (Arbites).|
Lord General is the highest rank available inside the General Staff of the Imperial Guard, and one with a multitude of official designations. Not much is accurately known about this position as it appears flexible in nature, with the holders taking on the responsibilities assigned to them by their commander.
Notable Lords General
- Attica - Lord Marshal in the 13th Black Crusade
- Barthol Van Voytz - Commander of the 9th Army Group, Sabbat Worlds Crusade.
- Castor - Commander of the Imperial guard forces sent to secure Subsector Aurelia.
- De Stael - Commander of Imperial guard forces in the Taros Campaign
- Graf Toschenko - Vostroyan commander in the Nimbosa Crusade
- Gerder - Cadian
- Harazahn - Commander of the Imperial forces on Medusa V
- Helgar Klos - Cadian
- Ireton MaSade - was a Lord Marshal of the Solar Auxilia during the Great Crusade and Horus Heresy
- Jakren Stein - Cadian Commander in the Red Waaagh!
- Jaquias - Cadian
- Jenit Sulla - officer of the Valhallan Ice Warriors, the first Lady General and one of the very few women to reach command rank[5a]
- Mikal Curas - Lord General
- Noches Sturm - Commander of the Royal Volpone
- Ortarna Lokk - Lord Castellan of Castobel.
- Reila Vann - Female Commander in the Achilus Crusade.
- Rothenberg - Lord Marshal
- Veris Drake - Lord Marshal
- Syvar Daeus
- Ursarkar E. Creed - Commander of the Cadian Shock Troops
- Wiertalla - Lord Marshal in the Imperial Army, during the Great Crusade
- Volkov - Legendary Cadian Castellan
- Zyvan - Commander of Imperial forces on Gravalax, Adumbria, and Periremunda[5b]
- 1: Codex: Imperial Guard (5th Edition), pg. 57
- 2: Necropolis (Novel) by Dan Abnett, [Needs Citation]
- 3: Traitor General (Novel) by Dan Abnett, [Needs Citation]
- 4: Dawn of War II: Retribution
- 5: For the Emperor (Novel) by Sandy Mitchell:
- 6: The Fall of Medusa V[Needs Citation]
- 7: Deathwatch: Rising Tempest, pg. 10
- 8: Deathwatch: The Achilus Assault, pg. 139