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The Guild of Adjudicators was an organisation founded to spread law among the colonies of Earth. The Guild's Motto was "Justice by your side. Fairness be your friend". (NA: Original Sin)

The Adjudicators were sometimes known as Ravens in the mid-21st century, during the lead up to the 22nd century Dalek invasion. (NA: GodEngine) They retained this name until the 2400s. (NA: Lucifer Rising)


The Guild of Adjudicators was based on Ponten IV and was led by the Extermis. (NA: Lucifer Rising, MA: The Dark Path) Adjudicators were trained on Ponten IV; Adjudicator (and companion of the Seventh Doctor) Chris Cwej graduated from here in 2974. He and his partner Roz Forrester worked on Earth, where they patrolled the Overcity. (NA: Original Sin)

Adjudicators were relatively rare in the Earth Empire. They were used for their investigative and intelligence skills, though they did have some militaristic power. (MA: The Dark Path)


The Guild of Adjudicators was founded in the 21st century and was then known as Adjudicator Intelligence. (NA: GodEngine) By the 25th century, they were known as the Adjudicators Bureau. The Adjudicators were sent from planet to planet and resolved disputes using Earth law. This was a tedious process and frequently lasted for months. (DW: Colony in Space) As time went on, the Adjudicators became more like a police force than a judicial system. (MA: The Dark Path)

When the Galactic Federation was formed, the colonies started to develop their own rules and laws, which led to a lack of purpose for the Adjudicators. They were replace by the Galactic Federation by the Arbiters. (MA: The Dark Path) They eventually evolved into the Knights of the Grand Order of Oberon, a group of secretive assassins. (NA: Lucifer Rising)

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