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When doing the casting, we have tried to give everyone his/her preferred role. In a few cases this was not possible. There were 2 teams of 5 people that wanted to play as team, that we had to split up. In both cases the people are allocated to adjacent armies, (the Army of Berlin and Army of the Elbe for the team from Switzerland and the Army of Silesia and the Army of Poland for the team from Apeldoorn). As you can see, we are still lacking participants for the war council. There were also some people added to the game during the week in Braunfels.

Name Army Role Country
Pieter Chielens Alexander, Tsar of all the Russias Russia
Nicolai Woelki Franz II, Kaiser von Österreich Österreich
Yannick Verkouter Friedrich Wilhelm III, König von Preußen Preußen
Alban Ullrich Klemens Wenzel, Fürst von Metternich-Winneburg zu Beilstein, Außenminister von Österreich Österreich
Karel Demuynck Count Carl Löwenhielm, Swedish Embassador Sweden
Sicco Steenhuisen Karl August, Fürst von Hardenberg Preußen
(vacancy) Adjudant of the Tsar Russia
Kaarin Engelmann Embassador of the United Kingdom United Kingdom
Kai Peters Army of Bohemia, Allied High Command Karl Philipp, Fürst zu Schwarzenberg Österreich
Martin Schwalbach Army of Bohemia, Allied High Command Friedrich Graf Kleist von Nollendorf Preußen
André Huber Army of Bohemia, Allied High Command Prince Barclay de Tolly Russia
Dirc Franke Army of Bohemia Friedrich-Josef, Erbprinz von Hessen-Homburg Österreich
Arvid Breitenbach Army of Bohemia Staff Österreich
Rolf-Udo Bliersbach Army of Bohemia Peter Wittgenstein, Fürst zu Sayn-Wittgenstein Russia
Thomas Moder Army of Bohemia Staff Preußen
Hans de Ceuster Army of the North Charles Jean Bernadotte, Crown Prince of Sweden Sweden
Julius Woelki Army of the North Curt von Stedingk Sweden
Daniel Baumann Army of the North Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Bülow Preußen
Michael Gandt Army of the North Bogislav Friedrich Emanuel Graf Tauentzien Preußen
Eric Versleijen Army of the North Ferdinand Freiherr von Wintzingerode Russia
Stefan Madre Army of Silesia Gebhard von Blücher, Fürst von Wahlstatt Preußen
Bas Verbeek Army of Silesia Johann David Ludwig Graf Yorck von Wartenburg Preußen
Wesley Kraa Army of Silesia Alexandre-Louis, Comte Andrault de Langeron Russia
Leon Rombouts Army of Poland Levin von Bennigsen Russia
Maurits d’Anjou Army of Poland Pavel Stroganov Russia
Arjan van der Molen Army of Poland Docturov Russia
Matthias Zuchowski La Grande Armée, French High Command Napoleon Bonaparte, Empereur des Français La France
Nina Zuchowski La Grande Armée, French High Command Staff La France
Benjamin Richter La Grande Armée, French High Command Staff La France
Filip Kachel La Grande Armée Dominique Vandamme, Comte d'Unsebourg La France
Peter Dietrich La Grande Armée Maréchal St Cyr, Marquis de Gouvion-Saint-Cyr La France
Peter Fevery La Grande Armée Maréchal Victor, Duc de Belluno La France
Herbert Harengel La Grande Armée Staff La France
Arne Meyer-Ramien Army of the Bober Maréchal Ney, Prince de la Moskowa La France
Hanno Meier Army of the Bober Staff La France
Fabian Rohde Army of the Bober Staff La France
Matthias Flakowski Army of the Bober Staff La France
Jonas Brüngger Army of Berlin Maréchal Oudinot, Duc de Reggio La France
Andreas Hunziker Army of Berlin Staff La France
Marc Blume Army of Berlin Staff La France
Hans Arni Army of the Elbe Maréchal Davout, Prince d' Eckmühl La France
Gion Manetsch Army of the Elbe Staff La France
Marc Seutter Game Umpire
Andre Steenveld Political Umpire
Adriaan de Goeij Umpire Army of Bohemia
Marcel Nijenhof Umpire Army of the North
Bas Crewolder Umpire Army of Silesia
Theo Bauer Umpire Army of Poland
Wouter de Groot Umpire La Grande Armée
Mark Vermeulen Umpire Army of the Bober
Marleen Overkamp Umpire Army of Berlin and the Elbe
Andrew Reeve Map umpire


As you can see in the above table, the armies of the 6th coalition were composed of many nationalities which of course had its impact on communication as well as in orders. Russia still used the Julian Calender while all others used the Gregorian Calender. You can see that some have been given the role 'Staff', when there is no specific leader for that part (Where we knew, we assigned the role and title).

The title for the Tsar is correct. Officially it is the Emperor (Tsar) and Autocrat of all the Russias, reflecting that he rules over many lands and territories. You may be astonished to see that we refer to Emperor Franz II of Austria as Franz II. The problem is that he is Franz II as Holy Roman Emperor until 1806 when the Holy Roman Empire was dissolved and he was Franz I of the newly founded Austrian Empire.

moe6/casting.txt · Last modified: 2015/08/05 08:59 by marcs