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  • Thirty-thirty

    The 3030th Dolat Infantry "Thirty-Thirties" Medium modern infantry The "Thirty-Thirties" are an unlucky unit. This is well known throughout other Dolat units. This is known by anyone in the Guard. They have been destroyed and reformed, many times. …

  • Gearfists

    h1. 1283rd Dolat Infantry (Mechanized) Gearfists Morale: 60 Quality: 30 Power: 8 Armor: 16 Movement: 280 Attack: 4d10+8 The 1283rd is one of the uniquely Dolatan "1,000s",regiments signed up for a 35 year hitch, instead of the normal 30. But …

  • Tollkeepers

    The 5173rd Mechanized Infantry "Tollkeepers" The source of the Tollkeeper's nickname is unclear. It came from an engagement against heretic forces in the Golgenna Reach some 400 years ago. The survivors of the unit were inducted into the Inquisition and …

  • Danveer's

    The 2467th Dolat Infantry "Danveer's" Dealing with the 24674th is considered a punishment detail by the logistics officers. The records are poorly written, inaccurate or simply wrong. The logistics officers debate if it's because Col. Danveer and staff …

  • Ulf's

    The 24679th Infantry "Ulf's" Ulf's regiment was expecting, like 99 others, to head to the Margin Crusade. Then they were "stolen," to use the Administratum's term, by the Fortunous Dynasty for their campaign. Most of the others took the change with a …

  • Eightfold Slavers

    The leader of this warband is a psycher of rarely seen precognitive powers. Called The Watcher, he seems to be especially blessed by the Changer of Ways. His campaigns rarely make sense to anyone, especially his underlings. That doesn't prevent them from …

  • Grendels

    The 9715th Dolat Artillery "Grendels" Named for a vicious cave dweller from [[Julian's World]], the Grendels only recently became an artillery regiment. For all their previous history they were infantry. They earned their name while serving on [[Dubbadu …

  • Travet's

    The 24,678th Dolat Infantry "Travet's" Dolat's venreation of the Imperial saints is fairly standard. The myriad of saints are vetted and approved, checked repeatedly. That is not universal. Cults of the oddest types can spring up and quietly thrive. And …

  • Rock Moles

    The 1824th Dolat Infantry "Rock Moles" Named for a rock-eating creature that formerly lived on [[Smokestack]], the Rock Moles began their service on Vaxanide. Perhaps unsurprisingly, they were expert at fortifications. This was in part because of the …

  • Cadaver Guard

    With a name like Cadaver Guard, even Naval intelligence was able to label this warband as followers of the Plague God. They have fought throughout the Expanse for the last eighty years, seeming to grow larger with each battle. It began with an unnamed …

  • Sedvick's

    24673rd Dolat Infantry "Sedvick's" This regiment has the ill luck to be lead by a nascent hero. Natasa Sedvick is the last child of her branch of the Sedvick family. This family is noted for sending many of its children off into Imperial service, where …

  • Niven's

    This regiment should be renamed, since their original colonel was killed in a major training accident that put many of the command staff in the hospital. There are two problems. Firstly, tradition dictates that a new regiment receives its first colonels …

  • Taupin's

    The 24677th Dolat Infantry "Taupin's" Commanders tend to allow regimental traditions develop naturally. In many ways, the regiment is a living thing itself. No matter how many times the ranks are swept clean of life the regiment always returns. They …

  • Nal'Tavis'

    Dolat 24,676th Infantry "Nal'Tavis'" Col. Lailia Nal’Tavis hoped to avoid this service. Her families holdings on Dolat are regularly rented out by the Imperial presence to train soldiery on. However, in a much-regretted bit of piety, the family vowed to …