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Maximum amount of people in each rank!
Obst = 0
Kapt = 1
PLt = 1
Lt = 1
Fahn = 1
Four = 1
Fwbl = 2
UntOffz = 2
Kpl = 3
OGefr = Infinite
Gefr = Infinite
Gren = Infinite
Fus = Infinite
Sdt = Infinite
Lndwr = Infinite
Oberst(Regimental leader)Major(Regimental third-in-command)Kapitan(Regimental fourth-in-command)PremierLieutnant(Regimental fifth-in-command.)Lieutnant(Regimental sixth-in-command)
Fahnrich(Highest NCO) Fourier(Best Meleer and NCO)Feldwebel(Middle ranked NCO, helps organize the line)UnterOffizier(First non training NCO, grooming for CO)Korporal(First NCO rank, beginning training as a NCO)
(Above Average Player)
(Committed member of the Regiment)
(Committed member shows interest in improvement)
SoldatRekruit(A new member of the Regiment)
(A Normal Enlisted inside the regiment)
Landwehr(Testing to see if the regiment is their style, not 100% committed.)
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At the end of August 1756, when Frederick II proceeded to the invasion of Saxony, the regiment retired to Pirna with the rest of the Saxon army. At Pirna, the regiment was deployed on the left wing under von Harthausen, as part of von Gersdorf's Brigade. The Prussians blockaded the Saxon army in Pirna from September 9 until October 15 when the Saxons finally had to surrender. The regiment was then forcefully incorporated into the Prussian Army as Loen Fusiliers.
In 1757, the entire regiment absconded from the Prussian service. Led by sergeant Seher, the 1st battalion left the camp of Lübben on March 28, the 2nd battalion, commanded by sergeant Richter of the Königin regiment, departed from Guben on March 29. Both directed their escape to Meiseritz in Poland. Arriving there, both sergeants were instantly promoted to the rank of captain. The regiment marched to Hungary to join the other Saxon troops gathering there. Since these days, it beats the Grenadiermarsch. The newly reformed regiment was then incorporated into the Saxon Auxiliary Contingent.
In 1758, to avoid further contact with the Prussians, the contingent marched through southern Germany and had, by July, assembled in Strasbourg. On September 3, the regiment was part of the Saxon contingent, under the command of prince Xaver, who encamped at Castrop, 15 km from Recklinghausen, on his way to make a junction with the French army of the Marquis de Contades in Westphalia. This contingent made a junction with Contades' army around mid September. As part of Chevert's and Fitzjames' divisions, it reinforced the army of the Prince de Soubise in Hesse. On October 10, the contingent first saw action at the battle of Lutterberg where its determined attacks decided the day for the French army. On October 20, 10 days after their victorious action at the battle of Lutterberg, the Saxon regiments rejoined Contades at Werl.
On April 13 1759, the regiment took part in the battle of Bergen where it formed part of the first line of the left wing under the command of the baron de Dyherrn. In June, during the French offensive in West Germany, the regiment was part of the main army under the command of the Marquis de Contades where it was deployed in the second line of the infantry centre. On August 1, the regiment took part in the battle of Minden where it was deployed in the second line of the infantry left wing under the command of the comte de Lusace.
Though we as a group of players have been considered trolls or cast outs of the NA community for many years. We are here to change that idea and return to the ways we once were. Respected and skilled at the game we once loved in our childhood. Though we've grown old our knowledge and skill still remains in this game. We are here to change the image that has been branded to us by the community. Though we may never take the game serious as we once did when we were younger, we wish to take the competitive scene serious and have fun once more on our rise to dominance. Though Marceaux and myself (Chantakey) have had many failed reforms we are encourage and determined to keep our community of not only regiment members but brothers together for the long haul this time around.
Battle of Leipzig
Battle of Borodino
Battle of Wavre
Battle of Friedland
Siege of Danzig
Conquest of Moscow
League Matches | 0 - 0
Friday 8 est
Saturday 8 est
Sunday 8 est
Monday 8 est
Wednesday 8 est
*All pub events are optional*
*all days can be replaced with 1v1's*
*30 Minute warmups before every event*
Code of Honor
This regiment is souly to have fun.
but here are our main rules
- Respect Your Brothers In Arms
- Maturity, at battle times
- Speak one at a time during linebattles
- No Passing our level of trolling allowed
- it's a game, don't rage
- Have Fun
Tips on how to Easily be Promoted
1.) Be on time to Line-battles
2.) Show your full respect to others
3.) Perform with skill and excellence
4.) Don't push an officer to promote you it will most likely lead to the opposite
5.) We always are looking for leadership qualities in a person, so always perform at your best ability