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Regiments / Re: 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot [NA]
« Last post by Marks on May 06, 2019, 01:49:21 am »
What a cracking thread. Bravo gents.
Regiments / Re: 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot - "The Skins"
« Last post by Severus on May 05, 2019, 11:02:14 pm »
Good luck!  :)
Good luck Rad!  ;D
Best of luck!  ;D
Regiments / Re: 1st Continental Marines [NA/EU] "Recruiting"
« Last post by Severus on May 05, 2019, 10:56:13 pm »
Good luck! @
Regiments / 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot [NA] *Recruiting*
« Last post by Hess on May 05, 2019, 03:33:02 am »

Enlist today and God save the King!
60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot

Seeking any and all able bodied men for immediate enlistment!
Enlistment stations in the city of New York on Governor's Island! Add 7thNY Hess or [7thNY] Lance to join!

The 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot is looking for any precision marksmen to take out the rebel traitors. We must save the king and Britain's rightful colonies!

God save the King!
The 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot was formed to offer a place for casual people while maintaining good order, discipline, fighting skill, and a balance of fun and seriousness. We are just not any ordinary regiment, but a community of friends who play a plethora of other games.

Rule Britannia!

Formed in the days of Mount and Blade Warband, we were a small regiment called the 9th Pennsylvania Sharpshooters back in the North and South Module. The 9th were an elite and small force of sharpshooters that would get 3-5+ kills per round only by shooting. We specialized in shock tactics, hit and run tactics, and of course shooting. This regiment would then become the 4th Texas Infantry in the l-Corps with a focus in melee since many veterans came back and rejoined. As time went on, we became unhappy with the Corps leadership and left. We now reside in the New York Brigade as the 7th New York which carries our founding principles of discipline, skill, and lastly fun. We plan to have rifles, line, and guard companies.

- Ranking Structure -

Regiment Officers
Colonel [Col]
Lieutenant Colonel [LtCol]
Major [Mjr]
Captain [Cpt]
Lieutenant [Lt]

Non-Commissioned Officers

Ensign [Ens]
Regimental Serjeant Major [RSM]
Serjeant Major [SjtMaj]
Colour Sergeant [CSjt]
Sergeant [Sjt]
Corporal [Cpl]


Lance Corporal [LCpl]
Kingsman [Kgm]
Regular [Reg]
Private [Pte]
Recruit [Rct]
Reserve [Rsv]

- Roster -

Regiment Officers
Colonel Hess

Captain JerryOs

Non-Commissioned Officers

Serjeant Lance

Corporal Horse

Enlisted Men
Lance Corporal Chum

Regular Decaleb
Regular SirBeef

Private Panda
Private PeterTheYeeter

Recruit Archangel
Recruit TopGun
Recruit BlackAmerica
Recruit Uncle Sam
Recruit SMCGamer
Recruit Tominator
Recruit Jake the Cattle Farmer
Recruit Irish
Recruit ZootShoot
Recruit McCabe

Reserve JadyV
Reserve MN_For_Life
Reserve Wastee
Reserve Cat
Reserve buck

Regimental Strength
Officers: 2
NCO's: 2
Enlisted: 20

Total Strength: 24

Note: Ranks may change on a company basis, rank are not completely historically accurate. Reserves are part-time members. WIP as time goes on.
Regiments / Re: Hessian Fusilier Regiment von Lossberg - (CB)
« Last post by Severus on May 05, 2019, 02:55:26 am »
Off Topic / Re: HISTORICAL FACT - Huzza! = Huzzay!
« Last post by Strategie Imperator on April 27, 2019, 04:42:15 pm »
It is not necessary to post all videos or posts of Brandonn here. ^^
Off Topic / HISTORICAL FACT - Huzza! = Huzzay!
« Last post by Alexander on April 26, 2019, 09:59:49 pm »
HUZZAY! (wait what?!)

I and even Brandon F. have found out that glorious and famous battle cry "Huzza" is not historical correct during the 18th century.

You actually say "Huzzay!" - pronounced Huzzay (the u like u and not as a)

Regiments / Re: Hessian Fusilier Regiment von Lossberg - (CB)
« Last post by Long Tree on April 26, 2019, 06:56:49 am »
nibbas and shit
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