|Related Characters|| Sergeant Cortez (Employee)|
Corporal Hart (Employee)
Private Hicks (Employee)
Private Jones (Employee)
Private Miller (Employee)
Private Jameson (Employee)
Male Trooper (Possible Employee)
Female Trooper (Possible Employee)
|Games||TimeSplitters Future Perfect|
| The General
|Unlock||Complete Time To Split on Easy.|
|Gallery||All the General ever really wanted was his own special robot to keep him company in those long, lonely nights...|
|Gesture||Stands with gun in one hand, then whilst putting gun in two hands says "Okay, let's go!"|
|Speed||Stamina||Shock Proof||Fire Proof|
The General is in charge of the Spacetime Marine rebellion that fights the TimeSplitters, which makes him Sergeant Cortez's boss. Most of the time, the General is a serious and sensible person. He sometimes shows his passion for Robots and he seems disappointed when the robot that Cortez brings back, R-110, disappears as a result of Crow being defeated.
It is unknown whether the General was in charge of the entire human rebellion or just the space marines. Although the General did not appear in TimeSplitters 2, it's possible that it was him who communicated with Corporal Hart and Cortez in the Space Station at the start of the game.
|"Roger! You are clear to go. Proceed as planned and good luck"|
— Possibly The General
- He makes an appearance in the Vietnam Bot Set and the Sammy Hammy Namby Pamby story classic challenge, despite not having anything to do with that time period.
- He, along with Security, reuses voice clips from Jake Fenton.
- When killed and fading away, a green circle can be seen from some angles in his waist. This is likely something left over from development.