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Regiments (Game Clans) / Re: Old Dominion Minutemen [NA]
« on: June 19, 2022, 10:25:42 pm »
Genuinely one of the most fun regiments on this game. I very much enjoy spending time with the Blackfyre clan!

The Mess Hall / Re: Pre melee patch bcof top 10 list
« on: June 12, 2022, 07:29:38 pm »
I don't even do melee in y'alls tournaments but the fact you didn't put me top 10 for old time sake between us makes me wanna kiss you not even sweetly.

Regiments (Game Clans) / Re: Old Dominion Minutemen [NA]
« on: June 12, 2022, 06:49:00 pm »
Kinda upset you don't have an "Honorary Mercenary Scottish" on your post, but WHAT THE FUCK EVER I GUESS

Regiments / Re: The Régiment de Meuron (The 1st Swiss Regiment) [NA]
« on: June 06, 2022, 05:57:42 pm »
Dead reg dead reg dead reg

Regiments / Re: 14th "Buckinghamshire" Regiment of Foot
« on: June 05, 2022, 03:25:07 pm »

HUGE shoutout to my boys last night showing amazing skill not only at the game, but also in listening to the tactics of the team. We as the union fell short, but we all had fun nobody argued with one another and we racked up a lot of kills.
Grenadier Eastern was award Melee Silver for his 50 bomb, 45 were melee kills.
Serjeant William Morton was awarded melee silver for his melee efforts with 48 kills, 38 being melee.
Serjeant Roman Blackwell was awarded melee silver for his efforts with 40 kills, 30 being melee.
Colour Serjeant Kay Neumark was awarded melee bronze for his efforts in his first BcoF event, with 24 of his kills being melee.
Regular Drake Kidd was awarded Marksmanship silver due to his ability to pick off targets from a distance, tallying in a total of 20 shooting kills.

Regiments / Re: 14th "Buckinghamshire" Regiment of Foot
« on: June 05, 2022, 05:12:39 am »
Roster updated 20220604 22:12 PM!

Regiments / Re: 14th "Buckinghamshire" Regiment of Foot
« on: June 04, 2022, 04:24:07 am »
Kay Centurion and I would like everyone to know we are bringing our old group back. Very excited to see where this regiment takes us, even if it's only us 3. Vive la 14th!


Truly inspirational, Chantakey. You're awe-inspiring at the least.

Regiments / Re: [FR] La Vieille Garde (depuis 2016)
« on: May 12, 2022, 07:53:32 pm »
Good luck from the 14th!

Age of Napoleon / Re: Age of Napoleon
« on: May 12, 2022, 07:52:54 pm »
Only 52 FPS in one of those screenshots. Think it's time for gamer settings, lord Aztir the wise.

Regiments / 14th "Buckinghamshire" Regiment of Foot
« on: May 12, 2022, 06:02:51 pm »

Nec Aspera Terrent (Afraid Of No Hardships)
-14th (Buckinghamshire) Regiment Motto

In June 1685 the Monmouth Rebellion against the Catholic King James II was still in full swing and the king was in need of troops. One of the noblemen he commissioned to raise a regiment that month was Sir Edward Hales who formed his new unit at Canterbury.
It took part in the defence of Gibraltar in 1727 and remained there until 1742. It fought against the Jacobites again at Falkirk and Culloden (1745), then moved to the West Indies. There it was given the numeral 14 in 1751, and from 1752 to 1759 was back in Gibraltar.

In 1766 it moved to Nova Scotia, then two years later to Boston, where it was involved in the 1770 Boston Massacre. It was briefly in the West Indies, for three years from 1772, but returned to North America in time for the American War of Independence (1775-83). In 1776 so little was left of the regiment that its remaining men had to be posted to reinforce other regiments, while its officers had to be sent back to England to re-recruit.
In 1782 it was given a county association for the first time, with Bedfordshire.

In 1809 the 14th Regiment of Foot and the 16th Regiment of Foot swapped counties, leaving the 14th with Buckinghamshire. The regiment was unusual in raising a 3rd Battalion of regular troops during the Napoleonic Wars. This was formed in 1813 from volunteers from the militia.
3rd Battalion fought at Waterloo (1815), but a year later both it and 2nd Battalion were disbanded. 1st Battalion returned to the West Indies and Canada between 1836 and 1847 and then served in the Crimea in 1855. It then spent the rest of the century in Malta, the Ionian Islands, India, Aden, England and Ireland.

2nd Battalion remained on the Western Front throughout World War One, but 1st Battalion moved from there to Italy in 1917. The regiment also won four Victoria Crosses and raised 35 reserve, territorial and service battalions during the conflict.
They also had very different experiences of World War Two. 1st Battalion was in India in 1939 and fought in Burma from (1942-44) before returning to India. In contrast, 2nd Battalion had been sent to Palestine in 1938 and so had fought in Abyssinia, Egypt, Iraq and Cyprus by 1943, when it was sent to Burma. In 1945 2nd Battalion held Java, before moving to Malaya the following year and amalgamating into 1st Battalion in 1948.
1st Battalion carried out occupation duties in Austria from 1946 to 1952 and garrison duties in Northern Ireland in 1955. It also fought in both the Malayan Emergency and the Suez crisis before merging with The East Yorkshire Regiment in 1958 to form The Prince of Wales’s Own Regiment of Yorkshire.
Titles to date:
Sir Edward Hales’s Regiment of Foot

14th Regiment of Foot

14th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot

14th (Buckinghamshire) Regiment of Foot

14th (Buckinghamshire - The Prince of Wales’s Own) Regiment of Foot

The Prince of Wales’s Own (West Yorkshire Regiment)

The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales’s Own)

The Prince of Wales’s Own Regiment of Yorkshire

1st Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)

The Yorkshire Regiment (14th/15th, 19th and 33rd/76th Foot)

Colonel - Col
Lieutenant Colonel - LtCol
Major - Maj
Captain - Cpt
Lieutenant - Lt
Ensign - Ens
Serjeant Major- SjtMaj
Colour Serjeant - CSjt
Serjeant - Sjt
Enlisted Men
Corporal - Cpl   
Lance Corporal - LCpl
Grenadier- Gren
Regular - Rgl
Private - Pte
Cadet - Cdt

Colonel (Col)
The leader of the regiment. This man is usually the face of the regiment and is the one who signs the regiment up to events.

Lieutenant Colonel (LtCol)
The Colonel's second in command, this man is usually the man in charge of training events and administration. He is also there in case the colonel is absent.

Major (Maj)
The Major of the regiment is also known as a company commander. If the regiment allows multiple company's then there would be more Majors as company commanders. This man asks the officers under him what is needed done and he takes it to the Lieutenant Colonel or Colonel.

Captain (Cpt)
The Captain is the Company second in command, He like the Lieutenant Colonel have some of the same duties but on a much smaller scale.

Lieutenant (Lt)
Known as a Platoon commander this person leads a company of 8-12 into battle.

Ensign (Ens)
The Ensign is an appointment usually given to the Flag Bearer or men undergoing officer training to become a Second Lieutenant.

Colour Serjeant (CSjt)
The Colour Serjeant is a prestigious appointment as the Colour Serjeant protects the Ensign that is carrying the colours into battle. This is seen as a great honour.

Serjeant (Sjt)
Controls 6 men within a company who help train the new players and ensure everyone else is properly drilled.

Corporal (Cpl)
Corporals act as a second to the Serjeant assisting in the duties given.

Lance Corporal (LCpl)
Senior soldiers who're in training to becoming Corporals.

Grenadier (Gren)
Good at melee, and are pre-lance Corporals.

Regular - (Rgl)
A Regular is above the rank of Private due to their high attendance and overall good behavior

Private (Pte)
Fresh out of training and the backbone of the regiment.

Recruit (Rec)
New members to the regiment.

14th "Buckinghamshire" Regiment of Foot
Regimental Muster Roll

Commissioned Officers

Captain. John Campbell

Non-Commissioned Officers
Colour Serjeant. Kay Neumark

Serjeant. Arthur Wellesley
Serjeant. Morton
Serjeant. ROMAN

Commissioned Officers: 1
Non-Commissioned Officers: 4
Enlisted Men: 8
Recruits: 0
Total Strength: 13

Enlisted Men

Grenadier. Eastern Fox

Regular. Drake Kidd
Regular. John Rockford

Private. 54 Wolfman
Private. McFight
Private. Richard Barnett
Private. Thomas Davis
Private. Sydney Smith


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Regiments / Re: Regiment List
« on: May 12, 2022, 05:57:51 pm »
Midnight you may as well message me the info again cause lord knows you're not ever on your PC for long enough, let alone not even play this game to manage the profile my child.

Regiments / Re: 104th Regiment of Foot (New Brunswick's Finest)
« on: May 09, 2022, 01:48:20 am »
Reform of the 104th

Regiments (Game Clans) / Re: Presidency Of The CSA
« on: April 20, 2022, 03:28:48 am »

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