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Regiments / 2 Pulk Piechoty (NA)
« on: May 28, 2017, 05:36:01 am »

In 1806, after crushing the fearsome Prussian army at Jena and Auerstadt, the French troops arrived in Poland. Marshal Murat entered Warsaw to a rapturous welcome. He was feted by the Poles igniting hopes of future kingship.
The Polish populace considered Napoleon's troops as friends. This is confirmed by French officers Parquin writes: "After our passage of the [Vistula] river ... the enemy [Russians] gave way and we occupied the Polish villages, where we were received like brothers by the people, miserably poor though they were." The Emperor however was hesitant about reenacting the Kingdom of Poland. In spite of the ovations given him by the Poles, he wrote: "Only God can arbitrate this vast political problem ... It would mean blood, more blood, and srtill more blood ..." But it was not long before the Duchy of Warsaw became a bastion of France in central and Eastern Europe, and Polish troops stood ready to fight for Napoleon and independence. For nowhere else had Napoleon a more loyal and devoted ally than the Poles who stood by him through thick and thin in 1807 The Duchy of Warsaw was officially created by Napoleon as part of the Treaty of Tilsit signed with Russia and Prussia in 1807. It was formally an independent duchy, allied to France, and in a personal union with the Kingdom of Saxony. The progressive Napoleonic Code (ext. link) became the law of the duchy. The Poles joked that the army is Polish, the king is Saxon, the money is Prussian, and the code is French. The area of the duchy covered roughly the areas of the 2nd and 3rd Prussian partitions, with the exception of Danzig (Gdansk), which became the Free City of Danzig under joint French and Saxon "protection", and of the district around Bialystok, which became part of Russia. The population was 2,600,000. Following the annexation in 1809 of Austrian Galicia and Krakow, the duchy's population substantially increased, to 4,300,000.

Already in November 1806 Napoleon directed General Dabrowski to form Polish troops. Dabrowski issued a decree ordering the population to provide 1 infantry recruit from every 10 households, 1 cavalry recruit from every 45 households and 1 chasseur (light infantry) recruit from every estate. In January 1807 the Polish army consisted of 20.500 recruits and 3.000 volunteers. The army was organized into three legions (divisions).
The constitution established the Polish army at 30,000 men. Prince Poniatowski became its Minister of War. The Poles joked about the Duchy having "a Saxon king, French laws, Polish army, and Prussian currency." In 1802 the Regiment saw service in Switzerland and from 1802 to 1805 it was part of L'Armee de Hanovre. The Regiment took part in the campaigns in Austria, Prussia, and Poland and was sent to Spain and saw service at Talavera, Chiclana, Albuhera, Alba de Tormes, Vittoria and in Germany at Dresden in 1813. The rest of the regiment were seeing action at Nivelle, Orthez, and Toulouse. In 1815 it took part in the Waterloo campaign. As on the previous versions from 1812 and 1813, the silk lined tricolour was trimmed with gold.


Commissioned Officers

Non Commissioned Officers
Starszy sierżant
Sierżant Szef
Sierżant Lance

Kapral Furier
Starzy Kapral
Starszy Fizylier

Commissioned Officers

Pułkownik Surena

Podpułkownik Rafael

Kapitan Dj OverJoy

Non-Commissioned Officers

Sierżant Lance Hesslegueser

Commissioned Officers: 3
NCO's: 1
Enlisted: 31
Total Strength: 35

Company of Grenadiers

Kapral Furier Ser Wall
Kapral Furier CAESAR
Kapral Furier Gul

Grenadier Montoytoy
Grenadier Suns
Grenadier Mattboi


Starzy Kapral Fox
Starzy Kapral Asuna

Starszy Fizylier Oatmeal
Starszy Fizylier Pinoy
Starszy Fizylier Dukers

Fizylier Asuna
Fizylier DeadGeneral
Fizylier Odin
Fizylier Koshu

Szeregowy Archer
Szeregowy Operus
Szeregowy Ian
Szeregowy JeD
Szeregowy Hawkince
Szeregowy Charles

Rekrut TerribeTim
Rekrut Superb Pedro
Rekrut Alex
Rekrut Koshu
Rekrut InvisibleKing
Rekrut Joren
Rekrut Aaron
Rekrut McLOVIN
Rekrut SchoobyDoo
Rekrut Angel

Regiments / XIV Corps de la Grande Armée
« on: January 25, 2017, 07:30:55 am »

Army Command

Information about the XIV Corps


Historical Information of the XIV Corps

The XIV Corps of the Grande Armée was the name of a French military formation that existed for several months during the Napoleonic Wars. The formation was organized in the summer of 1813 and Marshal Laurent Gouvion Saint-Cyr was named to command it. The formation was made up of four French infantry divisions, one cavalry division, and supporting artillery. The corps was stationed near Dresden to watch the passes of the Erzgebirge Mountains, which were the border between the hostile Austrian Empire and the allied Kingdom of Saxony. Gouvion Saint-Cyr's corps played a major role in Emperor Napoleon's victory at the Battle of Dresden in late August. Since it was assigned to garrison Dresden, the XIV Corps missed the Battle of Leipzig in October. Isolated after Napoleon's decisive defeat at Leipzig, the unit endured the Siege of Dresden which ended in November with a French surrender.

Regiments In the XIV Corps

32éme Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
45éme Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
66éme Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
6éme Regiment de Dragons

Regiments / 45ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne (NA)
« on: January 22, 2016, 03:04:50 am »

The 45eme Regiment d'Infanterie de Ligne was originally created in 1643 as the Regiment de la Reine-Mere. It was part of the Armee d'Italie in 1792-94 and formed part of the l'Interieure and de Reserve during the period 1795-99. A flag taken at the fall of Mantua on 30 July 1799, and currently on show in the Army Museum in Vienna, belonged to the 3e bataillon 45eme and has the Pont de Lodi, Bataille de Castiglione, combat sur la Brenta, Bataille d'Arcolo, 1er et 2e Bataille de Rivoli and the Bataille de St George shown on it.

In 1802 the Regiment saw service in Switzerland and from 1802 to 1805 it was part of L'Armee de Hanovre. The Regiment took part in the campaigns in Austria, Prussia, and Poland and was sent to Spain and saw service at Talavera, Chiclana, Albuhera, Alba de Tormes, Vittoria and in Germany at Dresden in 1813. The rest of the regiment were seeing action at Nivelle, Orthez, and Toulouse. In 1815 it took part in the Waterloo campaign.

As on the previous versions from 1812 and 1813, the silk lined tricolour was trimmed with gold. Although we don’t know exactly why, the dimensions are different, starting at 80cm and later becoming 120cm. As it was needed quite quickly, it was decorated with simple embroidery of golden coloured laurels. The golden coloured letters are also embroidered on a black material and stitched in place. The names of the battles of ESSLING and WAGRAM are included, which is odd as we know that the 45eme Regiment were fighting in Spain.


Lieutenant Colonel
Chef de Battalion
Sous Lieutenant

Adjudant Chef
Eleve Sous-Officier

Caporal Fourrier en Premiere
Caporal Fourrier
Garde de Première
Junior Garde
Fusilier Veteran
Escorte de Aigle
Soldat Première Classe
Soldat Deuxième Classe

Commissioned Officers

Colonel Nappy Surena

Chef de Battalion Dj OverJoy

Lieutenant Rafael

Non-Commissioned Officers

 Aide de Camp Bryce

 Sergent Chef Xristo

 Sergent Armada
 Sergent Wall

 Entrainuer Operus

Commissioned Officers: 3
NCO's: 3
Enlisted: 61
Total Strength: 68

Compagnie de Grenadiers



 Escorte De Aigle Koshu
 Musicien CAESAR

 Soldat Deuxième Classe KillerShark
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Charles Wellesley
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Owain
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Odin
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Mattboi
 Soldat Deuxième Classe TerribleTim
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Ronaldo/Winter
 Soldat Deuxième Classe BeyondNames
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Invisible King
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Kojo
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Archduke
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Badger
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Montoytoy
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Richardthelionheart
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Poboy
 Soldat Deuxième Classe DeadGeneral
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Lewisfoxy
 Soldat Deuxième Classe BillTheButcher
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Mang
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Rex
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Fox
 Soldat Deuxième Classe AlexWorstNW
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Hando
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Twixy
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Yoyossss
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Baptiste
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Aaron
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Khajat
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Harthion
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Pedro
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Murderer
 Soldat Deuxième Classe The Kid
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Pinoy
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Chev
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Fernery
 Soldat Deuxième Classe Staple

 Soldat Vriko
 Soldat YorkBrownShire
 Soldat Mouse
 Soldat Malcolm Scott
 Soldat Asuna
 Soldat Lee

 Cadet Mantequilla
 Cadet JzargoKitty
 Cadet Monster
 Cadet Mongnar
 Cadet Motin
 Cadet Sinkles



45e Events
45e Siege
45e Linebattle
45e Charge Videos
45e Charge Part 1
45e Charge Part 2
45e Naval Base Bombed
45e Charge Part 3
45e Charge Part 4
1v1 Videos
45e v 12thRA 7-3 Win
45e v 71st 8-2 Win


Troll Videos
45e Making A Line
45e Nappy Can't Clutch

1v1 Record
Victories: 83

           45e vs 4th (9-1)                               
           45e vs 12thRA (7-3)
           45e vs 34e (8-2)
           45e vs Nr77 (9-1)
           45e vs Nr7 (6-4) Official
           45e vs 105th (10-0) Official
           45e vs Nr52 (8-2) Official
           45e vs 8th (8-2) Official
           45e vs 74th (10-0)
           45e vs 34e (7-3) Official
           45e vs 9e  (7-3) Official
           45e vs Nr49 (9-1)
           45e vs 79th (9-1)
           45e vs Nr52 (10-0)
           45e vs 111e (6-4)
           45e vs 8th (7-3)
           45e vs 3teSLR (10-0)
           45e vs 52e (9-1)
           45e vs 79th (8-2) NANWL
           45e vs 63e (7-3)
           45e vs Nr52 (10-0)
           45e vs 11th (9-1)
           45e vs 11th (8-2)
           45e vs 79th (8-2) NANWL
           45e vs 8th (6-4)
           45e vs 34e (7-3) Official
           45e vs 63e (7-3)
           45e vs 5thKGL(7-3)
           45e vs 2eDLG (8-2) Official 
           45e vs 13thFL (8-2)
           45e vs USMC (6-4) Official
           45e vs PSG (6-4) NANWL
           45e vs 71st (8-2) NANWL
           45e vs 71st (7-3) Official
           45e vs 1stRM (10-0)
           45e vs 2eFus (10-0)
           45e vs 3DM (7-3) Official
           45e vs 2eLivGarde (7-3)
           45e vs 84th (8-2 )
           45e vs 19thWR (9-1)
           45e vs 84th (8-2)
           45e vs 1stIB (8-2)
           45e vs 79th (9-1) NANWL
           45e vs 3DM (6-4) NANWL
           45e vs 22nd (7-3)
           45e vs 4thKGA (9-1)
           45e vs 13thFL (8-2)
           45e vs 7te (10-0) NANWL
           45e vs 6teSLR (10-0) NANWL
           45e vs 3eVolt (6-4)
           45e vs USMC (8-2)
           45e vs 13thFL (9-1) NANWL
           45e vs 92nd (9-1) NANWL
           45e vs 14th (9-1)
           45e vs USMC (8-2) NANWL
           45e vs LIR (7-3) Official
           45e vs 2eDLG (9-1)
           45e vs LIR (8-2) Official
           45e vs 3eVolt (6-4)
           45e vs 1stSL (8-2) Official
           45e vs AEF Merc Squad (6-4)
           45e vs 71st (8-2)
           45e vs 3eVolt (6-4)
           45e vs Nr19 (9-1)
           45e vs USMC (9-1) Official
           45e vs LIR (9-1) Official
           45e vs TL Army (7-3)
           45e vs 71st (7-3) Official
           45e vs 5th/75th (6-4)
           45e vs 32e (10-0)
           45e vs 71st (8-2) Official
           45e vs 1stRM (7-3)
           45e vs 104th (7-3)
           45e vs AEF (8-2)
           45e vs 79e (7-3)
           45e vs 71st (6-4)
           45e vs 1stRM (9-1)
           45e vs 32e (8-2)
           45e vs FG (10-0) TNWL
           45e vs 3eme (10-0) Forfeit TNWL
           45e vs 6teSLR (10-0) Forfeit TNWL
Ties: 6

          45e vs 8th (5-5)               
          45e vs 71st (5-5)
          45e vs 58e (5-5)
          45e vs IV (5-5)
          45e vs 3eVolt (5-5)
          45e vs 58e (5-5)

Groupfighting Record: 12-6

          45e vs 9eVolt 10-0
          45e vs 111e 10-4
          45e vs 11th (First to Seven) 7-4
          45e vs 13thFL 10-2
          45e vs 11th 10-5
          45e vs 9y (Best out of Seven) 6-1
          45e vs 3DM (7-0)
          45e vs 19e (10-0)
          45e vs 104th (10-1)
          45e vs Chefs (20-17)
          45e vs AEF (20-6)
          45e vs 71st (20-13)
          45e vs 3eVolt (15-12)
          45e vs 41st  (14-15)
          45e vs 71st  (20-12)
          45e vs 58e (15-4)
          45e vs 1er (10-15)
          45e vs 1er (4-20)       
Defeats: 30

           45e vs 8th (6-4)
           45e vs 71st (10-0)
           45e vs 53e (6-4)
           45e vs 111e (7-3)
           45e vs 57th (7-3)  Official               
           45e vs 8th (9-1) Official
           45e vs 9e (6-4) Official
           45e vs 2e (6-4) Official
           45e vs 71st (8-2)
           45e vs 71st (8-2) Official
           45e vs 58e (8-2) NANWL
           45e vs 111e (8-2)
           45e vs LIR (7-3) NANWL
           45e vs 63e (6-4) NANWL
           45e vs PSG (7-3)
           45e vs 52nd (7-3)
           45e vs 3eVolt (?-?) Could be 9-1 or 8-2
           45e vs 71st (8-2)
           45e vs 71st (7-3)
           45e vs IV (8-2)
           45e vs 71st (6-4)
           45e vs 71st (7-3)
           45e vs PSG (7-3) NANWL
           45e vs 4th (6-4)
           45e vs USMC (6-4) NANWL
           45e vs 98th (6-5)
           45e vs 41st (10-0) Official
           45e vs AEF (7-3)
           45e vs 71st (6-4) Official
           45e vs 58e (6-4) Official

Events / 2nd South Carolina Saturday 100 Player Event @ 8 EST
« on: August 23, 2015, 05:00:04 pm »

Image courtesy of WaT Moddb page.
Join the 2nd South Carolina Regiment every Saturday beginning
on the 29th of August 2015! The events will be held on the Official 2ndSC Server indefinitely
unless the server is down or another one is used.

~ Each Regiment must have at least 6 Men on the field
~ Each Regiment may have no more than 25 Men on the field
~ Double Ranks are optional
~ Maximum of one Ensign per line
~ Maximum of two Musicians per line
~ All Officers MUST dismount at spawn
~ Any line/regiment that is down to 3 men alive must either charge or join another line
~ Players may not crouch in line but may crouch when at defenses i.e. fences, walls etc.
~ Bayonets are not to be fixed at spawn failure
to comply with this will result in a slay


Interested in putting forth your Regiment into the
~Regiment Name:
~Estimated Attendance:
~Regimental Leader:
~Preferred faction:

Please provide your Regimental Leader's Steam for means of

We hope to see you on the field!

At 7:55 All Regiment leaders must be in our teamspeak which is

Attending Regiments
2nd South Carolina 10-15


Regiments / 1st Foot Guards "Grenadier Guards" NA Looking for recruits!
« on: February 17, 2015, 04:05:01 pm »
The First Foot Guards "Grenadier Guards"

The First Foot Guards are a disciplined competitive regiment who attend 1v1's/line battles.

The Grenadier Guards trace their lineage back to 1656, when Lord Wentworth's Regiment was raised in Bruges, in the Spanish Netherlands (current-day Belgium), where it formed a part of exiled King Charles II's bodyguard. A few years later, a similar regiment known as John Russell's Regiment of Guards was formed. In 1665, these two regiments were combined to form the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards, consisting of 24 companies of men. Since then the Grenadier Guards have served ten Kings and four Queens, including currently Queen Elizabeth II. Throughout the 18th century, the regiment took part in a number of campaigns including the War of Spanish Succession, the War of Austrian Succession and the Seven Years' War. At the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the regiment gained the name "Grenadier" in July 1815 following a Royal Proclamation. This was the result of a mistaken belief that the unit had defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guard at the Battle of Waterloo, whereas they had actually engaged the Chasseurs of the Guard, who wore bearskin caps similar to the Grenadiers of the Guard.

Wars of the Spanish Succession

In the Wars of the Spanish Succession, the 1st Guards served under a commander who had joined the King's Company of the Regiment as an Ensign in 1667. His name was John Churchill, first Duke of Marlborough who was Colonel of the Regiment and who, with his brilliant victories of Blenheim (1704), Ramillies (1706), Oudenarde (1708) and Malplaquet (1709), established his reputation as one of the greatest soldiers of all time. The 1st Guards took part in his famous march from the Low Countries to the Danube in 1704, and when the British stormed the fortified heights of the Schellenberg before Blenheim, the Regiment led the assault.

In the long series of wars against France - then the chief military power of Europe - that covered fifty-six of the 126 years between 1689 and 1815, the 1st Guards played their part. They fought at Dettingen and Fontenoy, where the superb steadiness of their advance under a murderous cannonade won the admiration of both armies. Rigid attention to detail, flawless perfection of uniform and equipment and a discipline of steel were the hard school in which the tempered metal of the Regiment was made for the service of the State. Yet running through that tradition of discipline, of harsh punishments, of undeviating rule, ran a vein of poetry, of humour, of loyalty to comrade, of sense of belonging to something greater than any individual, something undying and profound. And the letters and diaries of men of the Regiment of those days bear witness to it.

During the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, the 1st Guards were among the first British troops to land in Europe, crossing to Holland in 1793. Driven from the Continent two years later, they returned in 1799 when another British Army attempted, though in vain, to liberate Holland.

The Battle of Waterloo

After a fierce encounter at Quatre Bras on June 16th, 1815, in which the 3rd Battalion suffered heavy casualties, Wellington's Army withdrew to Waterloo and, on Sunday June 18th, was fought the battle in which the Regiment gained its present title and undying fame. During the morning the light companies of the Guards defended the farm of Hougoumont, the light companies of the 1st Guards being withdrawn later to join their battalions - the 2nd and 3rd Battalions. At evening these two battalions, together forming the 1st Brigade, were in position behind the ridge which gave shelter to the Army. At this point Napoleon directed his final assault with fresh troops - the Imperial Guard, which had hitherto been maintained in reserve.

That assault was utterly defeated, and, in honour of their defeat of the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guard, the 1st Guards were made a Regiment of Grenadiers and given the title of First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards which they bear to this day. The Grenade was adopted as a badge and the Bearskin Cap was worn after Waterloo.

Ranking System

Commissioned Officers

Colonel (Col)

Lieutenant Colonel (LtCol)

Major (Maj)

Captain (Cpt)

Lieutenant (Lt)

Ensign (Ens)

Non-Commissioned Officers

Serjeant Major (SjtMaj)

Colour Serjeant(CSjt)

Serjeant (Sjt)

Kingsman (Kgm)

Corporal (Cpl)


Lance Corporal (LCpl)

Guardsman (Gdm)

Regular (Rgl)

Regular (Rgl)

Private (Pvt)

Recruit (Rct)

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