(War Hero) Undefeated General Urdo


Flag in hand, Urdo charged through the battlefield as his troops let out a tremendous roar. He not only had the wisdom to thread together tactics and strategy and the valor to intimidate the whole of the opposing army, but also the strength necessary to be a true leader of men. That strength never failed to earn their trust or to alight their fighting spirit. Urdo's lead awakened courage in his men that even they did not know they possessed, assuredly turning the tide of any battle.


See Undefeated General Urdo.

Name originEdit

A general is an officer of high military rank, usually in the army, and in some nations, the marines/marine corps and the air force. The term "general" is used in two ways: as the generic title for all grades of general officer and as a specific rank. Since the late twentieth century, the rank of general (and its equivalents, e.g., admiral, etc.) is usually the highest active rank of a military not at war.