While these terms are nice for guardsmen, they are less fitting the higher you rise and the more diversified things get.
Unlike Solid Snake, players don't fit boxes and you cannot make a cleric a bishop, just because the book says so.
They don't even come near that status and this is not the way a bishop is coming into his office.
It's bullshit to label stuff but it has no meaning, really.>>17360379
It's not about being labelled, it's about you talking bullshit.
A twist local enforcer of the highest rank is still so far beneath an Arbites Proctor, he cannot even hope to polish his boots.
There are already so many options and sidelanes and backgrounds, you cannot even begin to construct a neat system of boxes to fit them all into.
They are "Those free to wander the stars", no longer bound to a workplace or function.
Trying to cram that into this exact position is idiotic.
This has nothing to do with Sueism but logic.
Guard does no longer pay you?
Why do you still get less than the cleric who is no longer financed by the Ministorum?
Those are remnants of GW's futile attempt of a general 40k RPG, no more.