|Appears in||Call of Duty 3|
|Affiliations||4th Canadian Armoured Division|
|Status||Alive (as of 1944)|
|Birth||1902, Montreal, Canada (Age 42)|
- "Bon, we thought we lost you there for a moment, like we lost Callard. I'm putting him in for the Victoria Cross you know, and you for a promotion, Corporal."
- — Robichaud after Sgt. Callard's death.
Lieutenant Jean-Guy Robiechauld was a veteran soldier of the Canadian forces as he served in the First World War.
- "Robichaud loves the limelight, and sees the war as a chance for every man to shine, particularly himself. Show cowardice and he'll throw you to the dogs."
- — Call of Duty 3 bonus materials section.
On the first mission of the Canadian Campaign, Robiechauld and his squad of the Agryll and Sutherlands Highlanders of Canada is to take out German air defensive guns and take back the hill the Germans retreated to. As their convoy moves through a town, their convoy is attacked, as they clear out the town of enemy forces they move up through the hill but then they are attacked by Panzerschreck fire. Which causes Lt. Robiechauld and his squad to abandon their ditched "kangaroo" troop carrier and press on forward on foot. After they take out the air defenses, Lt. Robiechauld berates Pte. Leslie Baron for not participating in combat that much, which causes much dissension between the two. But Baron talks back saying that their new orders are to take an industrial area near by, and they soon face a major force of German troops that were in the area already. After clearing the area, they have new orders and are to stop German forces from coming to the area and taking it back. After intense fighting, they are now pinned down by a Panzer IV, but is quickly destroyed by a captured Panzerschreck. Soon, when a Tiger comes in, Lt. Robichauld orders Sgt. Jonathan Callard and Pte. Cole to take the tank down. Pte. Cole successfully takes down the Tiger with a Satchel Charge and thus ends the mission.
After successfully taking the area, Robiechauld and his squad are now to move through a forested area and take the Laison River so that Canadian reinforcements can move through. After ferocious fighting in the forest and destroying Anti-Tank positions holding the convoy. After berating Baron again, they now have to take major key houses the Germans are using as Headquarters, with Cole being their point, they successfully taken the Laison River; Lt. Robiechauld soon compliments Cole for good fighting.
Soon after, his squad is to find out that they are missing a tank crew, and Robiechauld and his squad goes on a rescue op. But without Baron, as Robichauld dismissed him to go to Mount Ormel to replace the dead Polish radio operator. After intense fight through town, they move into a cafe and uses it as a bunker, Pte. Kyle Peterson is surprised by this action as Robichauld explains that they are taking the town. After they are overwhelmed by the impeding enemy and pinned down by a King Tiger, they move into a German fuel depot underneath the King Tiger, they plant charges on the oil barrels, but Callard is killed when successfully defusing a defective charge that exploded, saving Robiechauld and his squad. After the battle, Robiechauld is planning to put Callard in for the Victoria Cross and Cole in for a promotion to Corporal. Soon they press on forward and arrived to Mount Ormel and saved the Polish from losing it. As Lt. Robiechauld and Maj. Stan "Papa Jack" Jackowicz have a small conversation at the base of the hill, he explains to Papa Jack that the Germans still had an optional escape route of that being Chambois.
Personality and AppearanceEdit
Robiechauld mainly used the Bren and Sten in the campaign and speaks with a thick Québécois accent. He mocks Private Leslie Baron for his unwillingness to fight in combat. Robiechuald is a veteran of the First World War, making him an experienced soldier. He relishes every chance he gets to face the Germans in battle, fearlessly leading attacks and issuing bold, sometimes near-suicidal orders.
Robiechauld cannot tolerate even the slighest hint of cowardice, mercilessly criticizing and mocking anyone who shows it; he coldly dismisses Private Baron when sending him as a replacement for the K.I.A. Polish radio operator. However he does give respect to those he feels have earned it: for example, when Sergeant Callard is killed after manually detonating charges meant to destroy a King Tiger Tank, a visibly saddened Robiechauld recommends Callard for a posthumous Victoria Cross and Private Cole for a promotion to Corporal.
Robiechauld has been seen with a tan beret, bandages and a helmet with netting on his head throughout the campaign. He wears the standard Canadian uniform with the addition with a dark brown or maroon vest. He also has mild facial hair with a mustache.
- In the European localisations of the game he's named Robichaud.