- By "Napoleonic Soldier", do you mean that the adventure take place during the first or second empire ? (both apply, I'm just curious)
- Were you aware that Jacques Cartier is the name (both *here* and *there*) of the french captain who "discovered" New France ?
- I was referring to the first empire. And no, I did not know that. Hmmmm.... Should a name-change be in order? Jacques Roget perhaps????? Zahir 16:56, 15 October 2005 (PDT)
- No need to, he could have been name after him. It also give a reason for the choice of name from the author, it invoke exploration, discovery, etc...
Okay, then. I'll include something about exactly which Napoleonic I meant as well as a few other details here and there. Many thanks again for the title help (which of course are mostly "in-jokes"). I don't know if I should be upset or not about the reaction I've been getting. Perhaps this is parr for the course? Or am I being too aggressive, submitting too much too soon? Or...what? I don't know. Zahir 22:42, 15 October 2005 (PDT)