31st Robinson Chevaliers

Robinson Chevaliers
Thirty-first Robinson Chevaliers
Unit Profile (as of 2821)
Nickname Round Table
Parent Formation Robinson Chevaliers
Formed 2739
Disbanded First Succession War[1]


The Thirty-first Robinson Chevaliers was a regiment within the Robinson Chevaliers brigade of the Armed Forces of the Federated Suns. The formation of the Thirty-first was ordered by First Prince John Davion in 2739; the Thirty-first were honored to be the regiment to take up the mantle of the First Robinson Chevaliers, which had been the oldest regiment within the brigade until its destruction during the War of Davion Succession ten years before.[2]

Taking up the colors of a destroyed regiment was common practice within the Robinson Chevaliers; each regiment took up the name of a chivalric order from the pre-industrial history of Terra, and the brigade preferred to found new regiments rather than reform destroyed commands. As such the Thirty-first took on the unit name of the First and the associated order, with personnel keen to live up to the mantle of the Round Table.[2]

The Thirty-first was one of the fifteen regiments of Robinson Chevaliers to be destroyed during the First Succession War.[1]


Rank Name Command
Commanding Officers of the 31st Robinson Chevaliers



Composition History[edit]


Thirty-first Robinson Chevaliers (Regiment/Veteran/Reliable)[3]

- The Thirty-first were stationed on Choudrant at this point in time[3] and were close to the top of the supply chain for the brigade, helping keep morale at a high level.[3]


Thirty-first Robinson Chevaliers (Regiment/Veteran/Reliable)[1]

- At this point in time the Thirty-first was a light-weight unit operating at full regimental strength, and was based on Choudrant.[1] The unit was destroyed during the war.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 First Succession War, p. 135, "Armed Forces of the Federated Suns (AFFS)"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Field Report: Federated Suns 2765, p. 16-17, "Robinson Chevaliers"
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Field Report: Federated Suns 2765, p. 17, "Regimental Status"