Commander in Chief: The Queen
Player Battalion: 3rd
Player Company: 3rd
- Col. Lord Shaftington (Sound tactically [+], Martinet [-])
- Major Geo. Orwell (Protects/Cares For the Troops [+], Opium Addict [-])
- Captain Norris "North" Southington (Excellent Sense of Direction [+], Treats Lower Classes as the Scum they Are [-])
- Lieutenant Eugene Simmons (Likes Lt. Vanderbottom [+], Closeted Homosexual [-])
- Colour Sergeant Pepper, Regimental Sergeant Major
- Corporal Pithington (Lazy SOB)
- Private Tilly, Yeoman
- Private Reginald (all around scut-boy)
- On St. Crispin's Day (October 25th), the officers provide their men with scotch whiskey.
- Each member of the regiment carries a pouch of chalk from a neolithic hillside figure in Surrey.
- Honour: Battle of Culloden (16 April 1746), during the Jacobite Rising
- Failure: Battle of Cowpens (17 January 1781), during the American Revolution
Part of the process with making characters for Duty and Honour is creating a regiment that they all serve in together. In a sense, the regiment is another character for the PCs to interact with.
The players (with the GM's help) has to come up with all the info above and my players did a wonderful job. There were more stories with this but I don't remember them at this time.
Rest assured, the 11th Queens Own Rifles was memorable during play.