The Seventh Kavalry is a white supremacist organization based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Taking inspiration from the writings of the deceased vigilante Rorschach, the group's racially based crusade derives from its apathy towards the police force and the Redford administration, whom they deem traitorous for their apologetic disposition towards African-Americans and other minority groups within the United States. Despite the Kavalry's adoption of Rorschach's identity, it is clear that the misinterpretation of his beliefs has been the catalyst for the group's inflammatory actions.

History Edit

The group was originally active around 2015-2016. Before going underground, a purge, later known as the White Night, took place during which members of the Kavalry invaded hundreds of homes belonging to members of the police. Multiple police officers and their families were murdered, leading local law enforcement to begin donning masks in order to secure their identities. Senator Joe Keene Jr. introduced the Defense of Police Act, commonly referred to as DOPA, as an amendment to the Keene Act so police officers could wear masks which would protect their identities.

Seventh Kalvary Hideout

Seventh Kalvary Hideout

In 2019, the Kavalry's resurgence was initiated after one of the member, Carmichael shot and critically wounded Police Officer Charlie Sutton. After hearing of the incident, undercover police officer Sister Night arrested and detained a suspect living in the white ghetto Nixonville. Later, the Kavalry broadcast a video to the Tulsa Police Department, using Rorschach's rhetoric while threatening to kill more police. The suspect brought in by Night was first questioned by Looking Glass. Glass confirmed that the suspect knew where the Kavalry were. After Night's fatal interrogation of the suspect revealed the location of one of the Kavalry's bases, Chief Judd Crawford authorized a raid on their base: a cattle ranch. Inside the house, several Kavalry members, Carmichael included, were removing lithium batteries and placing them in buckets. When they spotted the police approaching them, they prepared to evacuate, each members carrying cyanide capsules. in a plane while two others manned an M2 Browning machine gun, killing several of their own cattle and police officers. Sister Night managed to kill the gunners before confronting Carmichael in the house. Before she could question him, however, he swallowed his cyanide capsule. The other members who fled in the plane were pursued by an owlship, piloted by Crawford and Pirate Jenny. They destroyed the plane with the owlship's flamethrower, though they crashed as a result.

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Trivia Edit

  • The first episode of the Watchmen television series indicates that the name is spelled as "Kavalry", with Judd Crawford referring to the organization as "the 7K". Moreover, the "Memo: Rorschach's Journal" document found on the Peteypedia section of the official HBO website mentions the Seventh Kavalry multiple times.[1]
  • The Seventh Kavalry is named after the 7th Cavalry Regiment, an armored cavalry famous for its participation in some of the largest battles of the Indian Wars, including the infamous Battle of Little Bighorn, and was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.


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