The First Regiment of Foot Guards is has become of veteran of over 21 wars, and we are now looking for a single team player. Your rank does not matter (much), but we expect you to be a stunning team player
and good sport who communicates efficiently, and has extensive experience in triples and quadruples.
"1st Regiment of Foot Guards (Grenadier Guards) Statute:
The 1st Regiment of Foot Guards (Grenadier Guards) is modeled on an official Regiment in the Army of the United Kingdom. Organization is based loosely upon that Regiment. We are looking at actively competing in clan wars, and will assuredly not retreat from a chivalrous challenge. We’re looking for any willing participant who appreciates military organization and style, and would thoroughly enjoy fighting as a unit in a manner that depicts famous battles, conflicts, invasions and maneuvers. We hope that all will fight aggressively with élan and determination. Thanks for considering us.
Foremost Rules and Conditions:
The leadership of the Grenadier Guards will not permit profanity directed toward any teammate or opponent in our forum or games. We will issue warnings and then eject repeat offenders after the third.
The Grenadier Guards wish that members play in a respectful and gentlemanly manner. Good sportsmanship is required.
Play in a manner that recognizes and accentuates the honourable and tactical warfare of our namesake Regiment.
We do expect you to post or regularly visit in our forum.
Freemiums and all ranks welcome, so long as you abide by the rules.
One must consent to these rules before applying.
Upon applying to the clan, we will likely ask that you play numerous test games in order for us to evaluate your sportsmanship and team play. Once accomplished, we will contemplate your entry into the clan.
The General Staff is as follows: General Brock II, Agent 86 and mr. CD. If you have any queries, feel free to contact me.
"Some talk of Alexander, and some of Hercules
Of Hector and Lysander, and such great names as these.
But of all the world's great heroes, there's none that can compare.
With a tow, row, row, row, row, row, to the British Grenadiers.
Those heroes of antiquity ne'er saw a cannon ball,
Or knew the force of powder to slay their foes withal.
But our brave boys do know it, and banish all their fears,
Sing tow, row, row, row, row, row, for the British Grenadiers.
Whene'er we are commanded to storm the palisades,
Our leaders march with fusees, and we with hand grenades.
We throw them from the glacis*, about the enemies' ears.
Sing tow, row, row, row, row, row, the British Grenadiers.
And when the siege is over, we to the town repair.
The townsmen cry, "Hurrah, boys, here comes a Grenadier!
Here come the Grenadiers, my boys, who know no doubts or fears!
Then sing tow, row, row, row, row, row, the British Grenadiers.
Then let us fill a bumper, and drink a health to those
Who carry caps and pouches, and wear the loupèd clothes.
May they and their commanders live happy all their years.
With a tow, row, row, row, row, row, for the British Grenadiers."
~ The British Grenadiers