|Rank|Max # of Patrols Commanded|Maximum Troop Strength|
|OR-1(GM)|64 reinforced Patrols (the entire D. Corps)|1 DCL + 4 DCP + 64 DG + 640 SGT + 6,400 PVT = 7,109|
|OR-1|32 reinforced Patrols (2 D. Columns)|2 DCP + 32 DG + 320 SGT + 3,200 PVT = 3,554|
|OR-2|16 reinforced Patrols (1 D. Column)|1 DCP + 16 DG + 160 SGT + 1,600 PVT = 1,777|
|OR-3|8 reinforced patrols (2 D. Groups)|2 DL + 8 DG + 80 SGT + 800 PVT = 890|
|OR-4|4 reinforced patrols (1 D. Group)|1 DL + 4 DG + 40 SGT + 400 PVT = 445|
The Defenders’ primary responsibility is to patrol the County’s roads and borders. When Knights of the Ram order commoners mustered, Defenders also serve as middle officers over the troops.
Unless supervising mustered troops, the Defenders are organized as follows:
|Corps|Defender Colonel (DCL)|64 Patrols 4 DCP+16 DL+64 DG+640=724|
|Column|Defender Captain (DCP)|16 Patrols 4 DL+16 DG+160=180|
|Group|Defender Lieutenant (DL)|8 Patrols 4 DG+40=44|
|Patrol|Defender of Greyhawk (DG)|10 Patrolmen (“Regulars”)|
Note: A DCL or DCP, although not a member of any chivalric order, is entitled to be addressed as “Sir” or “Lady”.
The Defender Network
Note: Barons, Baronets, and other persons of standing may retain at their own expense a guard force to protect their persons, families, and holdings, but are forbidden from permanently maintaining “sizeable” forces (though “sizeable” is not further defined).
The County of Greyhawk currently has no navy, though the Count has plans to implement one as soon as possible.