Name: Roran Hawkins
Age: 28, has been in the army all his life.
Regiment: Life Guard Household cavalry
a very practical man, and quite tactically and strategically adept. He is a decent leader and decent follower. He is very friendly and jovial towards everyone, but can be very cold towards his enemies. He is an honourable man, and his goal here to isto save as many British men as possible. He resents his current officer, a luxurous little boy who'se father bought the rank. The boy could barely lift a sword, nevermind even handle it. He only respects those officers who prove their value either tactically, strategically or by skill or bravery on the field of battle.
Weapons/equipment: A cavalry sabre, 2 flintlock handguns behind his belt, a parrying dagger (as used in duels, but also viable as a finishing dagger) He has a thick and heavy chestplate with legguards as armour, and wears a thick
Skills: He is very adept with his sword, following the knightly tradition. He can fight with both his ssword alone or his sword and a parrying dagger. He is a mediocre shot with his guns. There are very few who can expect not to perish in a duel against him. He also is a good horseman.
History: As the son of an officer and a common lady from England, he was born into the army. He quickly earn,ed his way to the top of the ranks you can earn without being an officer, untill his father died. His father had perished in one of the first clashes with Napoleon's army, a stray bullet had found its way into his eyesocket. This had led to his mother's depression, upon which she abandoned every social contact. Allthough they were fairly rich, his mother, un common for that time, started finding her hope in drink, untill Roran couldn't stand his mother waisting the money they had and withering away in sorrow, and changed things. He had promised her all the money her father had, she could use it all, on 1 condition. SHe'd never touch alcohol again. However, soon after Roan was called to duty for the Spanish campaign, where he saw the thick of the fighting.
Class: Battle Cavalry (British armies didn't field cuirassiers, just dragoons. The life guard regiment of the house hold cavalry was the only to allow armour)
But then with the red colours of the Life guard regiment