Eberhauer Landsknecht Encampment
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What's in a name?
The Landsknechte (also rendered as Landsknechts; singular: Landsknecht, pronounced [ˈlantsknɛçt]) were German-speaking mercenaries used in pike and shot formations during the early modern period. Consisting predominantly of pikemen and supporting foot soldiers, their front line was formed by Doppelsöldner ("double-pay men") renowned for their use of arquebus and Zweihänder. They formed the bulk of the Holy Roman Empire's Imperial Army from the late 1400s to the early 1600s.
Originally formed in the Barony of Tir Ysgithr Now spread though-out Atenveldt and other kingdoms.
Order of Precedence
Eberhauer Landsknecht Order of Precedence.
Members Eogan Steinson - Hauptmann - Doppelsöldner
Franz Weiher - Leutnant - Doppelsöldner
Tanne Atzler - Feldwebel - Doppelsöldner
Hugh Normus - Feldwebel - Doppelsöldner
Jörg von den Hügeln - Schatzmeister
Nikolaus Martin -Provost - Doppelsöldner
Malaius der Totenschläger - SturmDoppel
Ericker - SturmDoppel
Han Bamlach von Bamberg - Doppelsöldner
Jarrod Fitz Rochroy - Doppelsöldner
Donegal Buchanan - Doppelsöldner
Fenrich Stürmer Hahn - Doppelsöldner
Gunther Katzkin - Doppelsöldner
Moivar Vinurlan - Doppelsöldner
Nator Der Grothen Schwarzen Hahn - Doppelsöldner
Stefan Zinnecker der Jegar von Ansback - Doppelsöldner
Klaus Vokker - Doppelsöldner
Sylvanius - Doppelsöldner
Wellhelm - Doppelsöldner
Mannfred of Hesse - Doppelsöldner
Balin Michael Guiscard - Doppelsöldner
Demetrius - Söldner
Gaetano - Söldner
Ulfrich - Söldner
Avylyn - Söldner
Fredrick - Söldner
Erwin - Söldner
Ismania - Rekrut
Henry of Bohemia - Rekrut
Eugo Long - Rekrut
Fraye Steinson - HauptFrau
Kandace Van de Libel - OberFrau
Heidi - TrossFrau
Iona Putnikova - TrossFrau
Helena - TrossFrau
Liesele Knapp von Colmberg -TrossWhuren
Kolfinna Oddsdóttir -TrossWhuren
Asa Nordoster -TrossFrau
Avelina Skarlet -TrossWhuren
Aldessa Vonschwetz -TrossFrau
Senua - TrossFrau
Katherine of Hesse - TrossFrau
1. Hauptmann(Captain): Hauptmann is the leader of the unit and
makes the final decision on activities of the unit, with the
exemption of changing the by-laws. The Hauptmann appoints
his command structure and can add or remove positions or
people as his leisure.
2. Leutnant(Lieutenant): Leutnant is second in command to the
Hauptmann and will act as Hauptmann in his absence.
3. Feldwebel(sergeant): Feldwebel is third in command and is
responsible for marshaling the troops and upkeep of the
4. Fuhnmann(wagon master): Fuhnmann is forth in charge and
is responsible for the upkeep of the encampment.
5. Koch(Cook): Koch is fifth in change and is responsible for
feeding the encampment.
1. SturmDoppel: Sturmdoppel is the highest fighting rank.
Sturmdoppels can only be promoted by a unanimous vote of
the existing Sturmdoppels present at the time.
'2. Doppelsöldner: Doppelsöldner is the second highest fighting
rank. Doppelsöldner can only be promoted by a super majority
vote of the existing Doppelsöldner present at the time. They
must own there own period tent in addition to the requirement
of a becoming a Söldner.
3. Söldner: Söldner is the lowest fighting rank. Söldner's are
promoted by the Hauptmann and must own their own armor
4. Rekrut: Rekrut does not hold rank. Rekrut are new prospects
to the unit. They can become members by promotion to the
rank of söldner or by permission from the Hauptmann.
C. Tross(Baggage Train): The Tross is made up of any non fighting
members, (not fighting on that day) or anybody that is camping
with us and not fighting. The duties of the Tross is to make sure camp is cleaned up during fighting, help prepare breakfast, lunch
and dinner, And do what ever else is needed. anybody not fighting
is expected to help out around camp.
1. TrossFrau: Non-fighting Women(or men as the case may be) of
the camp. Hirarchy of the Tross is based on the position or rank
held by their spouse.
2. Frawen: Frawen is any woman married by law to a member.
“May wife's” or campaign marriages are considered Whuren.
3. Whuren: Whuren is any woman attached to one man but not
married. Whuren can become members with permission from
4. Frau: A Frau is any women in camp. Frauen may become a
members with permission from the Hauptmann
A. Paid Member: A paid member is anybody approved to be a
member that has paid there annual dues in full. Paid members will
have the right to cast one vote for Hauptmann at elections and will
get an opinion in all other activities and decision of the unit.
B. Non-paid member: A non paid member is anybody approved to be
a member that has not paid there annual dues in full. Non paid
members do not get a vote for Hauptmann and have no say in any
decisions of the unit.
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