Janella Lakewood

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Janella Lakewood
Born 7 February 3099
Affiliation The Republic of the Sphere
Profession Paladin of the Republic
Parents Thomas Lakewood (father)
Andrea Lakewood (mother)

Janella Lakewood (born 7 February, 3099) was a noblewoman and Paladin of the Republic of the Sphere.

Early Life[edit]

Born on Fletcher to Andrea and Sir Thomas Lakewood[1], she attended Murchison Academy. There she received her military and MechWarrior training. Upon graduation, instead of joining Stone's Pride Regiment, she went to law school.

As Knight-Errant[edit]

She traveled between worlds as a diplomat, troubleshooter, and tactical reaction for the Republic of the Sphere as a Knight-Errant.[2] She worked closely in her Knight-Errant years with Republic Intelligence, which included Paladin Victor Steiner-Davion and Ghost Knight Mason Dunne, who was also her lover.

She was known for the battles on Basalt and Ronel in 3133 after the Blackout. She was responsible for naming Raul Ortega as Knight-Errant for his actions on Achernar.

She was promoted to Paladin in November, 3134 to replace Ezekiel Crow.


Lady Lakewood is known to pilot a red and gold[3] Tundra Wolf named "Andrea"[4] in honor of her mother.[5]

Titles and Positions[edit]

Preceded by
Ezekiel Crow
Paladin the Republic
November 3134-????

Succeeded by


Janella Lakewood is the in-universe author of the Technical Readout: 3145 series of equipment dossiers.[6][7]


  1. Ghost War, pp. 122-123
  2. Ghost War, p. 79
  3. Ghost War, pp. 282-283
  4. Ghost War, p. 118
  5. http://cf.sarna.net/docs/mwda_dossiers/dark_age_36.pdf Janella Lakewood's Dossier
  6. Technical Readout: 3145 Mercenaries, p. 2, "Introduction"
  7. Technical Readout: 3145 Capellan Confederation, p. 2, "Introduction"