- Feb 18, 2012
Greetings citizens, I with the confidence of my allies have signed into the will of the Phrygian shall provide a regiment of its Guardians of Liberty to fight alongside the national army. Let us not fall under the feet of the slave states, these Monarchies shall be crushed as our soldiers etch their countrysides with their boots!
A Declaration By The Phrygian Guard
Antoine Durand offers 120 Phrygian Guards (volunteers) to serve in the Army of the Rhine under the hero, Charles Augereau
I accept your offer and thank you for the men the republic can use every soldier we can get our hands on now a days. I will put these brave souls to good use they will be split up and integrated into the units most lacking in men.
General Charles Augereau
((I confirm all of this.))Name: Jean Absolon Guillory, goes by Absolon
Date of Birth: 20 Novemeber, 1770
Religion: Publicly, Cult of Reason, privately Luciferianism
Biography: Born in Eastern France much of Jeans childhood and family are unknown. At the age of 16 he lied about his age and joined the French Military and eventually served in the Army of the Rhine under General Charles Augereau whom he befriended. During the battle of Sedan Absolon proved himself a capable soldier by providing risky cover fire while his comrades withdrew. After the retreat Absolon was promoted to Colonel and now awaits further orders.