Lt. Col. Dendodge, MP, was a citizen of the United Kingdom, living in London. He was the lieutenant colonel of the Mercian Regiment in the British Army, and a Member of Parliament, representing once the East Midlands and one the Yorkshire & Humberside in the House of Commons under The Unity Party banner. He chaired the government's Skills Analysis Committee.
Dendodge was born in Yorkshire & Humberside on 1 March 2009. He has spent most of his time in The New World in a coma since he stopped eating a few days after his birth. He was thought to be dead but was finally revived in March 2010, after more than a year. Upon his revival, he moved to London to help to fortify it.
Dendodge joined The Unity Party on 5 April 2010, as soon as he was able to submit his application upon his return from the military rotation. He ran for the Congress in the Yorkshire & Humberside region the same month and gained a seat in the House of Commons. He announced near the end of his term that he did not intend to stand in the May congress election due to personal issues, and chose instead to focus on his military career. However, he made his return to politics in the July 2010 congress elections, being elected to represent the East Midlands.
He worked as an apprentice in the Ministry of Home Affairs Citizen Department under jamesw, and transferred to the Wiki Department under Mr Woldy. He also volunteers for the UK government's Free Guns scheme. Iain Keers appointed him chair of the government Skills Analysis Committee on 10 July 2010.
- Commons seats
|Yorkshire & Humberside||April–May 2010|
|East Midlands||July–August 2010|
Dendodge served as an able seaman in the Royal Navy for around one month, before the military reforms in which he was transferred to the new British Army, where he currently serves in the Mercian Regiment of the Infantry division. On 27 May 2010, he was promoted to major by Lieutenant Colonel EmeraldEye, making him the second in command of the regiment. He rose to lieutenant colonel on 10 July 2010, upon EmeraldEye's promotion, giving him command of the regiment.
He designed the regiment's logo, a round badge—like all British Army insignia—which bears a two-headed Mercian eagle. This logo can be seen at the top of this section.