History Characters / RoseOfVersailles

12th Aug '16 3:18:47 PM GlitteringFlowers
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->Voiced by: Creator/KenjiUtsumi (General de Jarjayes), Hiroko Kikuchi (Madame de Jarjeyes), Creator/HisakoKyoda (Andre's grandmother)

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->Voiced by: Creator/KenjiUtsumi (General de Jarjayes), Hiroko Kikuchi (Madame de Jarjeyes), Creator/HisakoKyoda (Andre's grandmother)
grandmother); Carlos Rotzinger (General de Jarjeys), Alma Nuri (Andre's grandmother) (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Creator/AkioNojima (TV series)

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->Voiced by: Creator/AkioNojima (TV series)
series); Ricardo Hill, Marcos Patiño and Hermán López (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Michihiro Ikemizu (TV series)

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->Voiced by: Michihiro Ikemizu (TV series)
series); Creator/JesusBarrero and Ricardo Hill (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Creator/YoshitoYasuhara (TV series)

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->Voiced by: Creator/YoshitoYasuhara (TV series)
series), César Arias and Esteban Siller (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Creator/NachiNozawa (TV series), Katsunosuke Hori (TV series EP 6-8)

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->Voiced by: Creator/NachiNozawa (TV series), Katsunosuke Hori (TV series EP 6-8)
6-8); Carlos Becerril (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



-> Voiced by: Hisashi Katsuta

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-> Voiced by: Hisashi Katsuta
Katsuta (TV series); Eduardo Borja (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Ryoko Kinomiya (TV series)

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->Voiced by: Ryoko Kinomiya (TV series)
series), Rocío Garcel (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Reiko Mutou (TV series)

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->Voiced by: Reiko Mutou (TV series)
series), Socorro de la Campa and Liza Willery (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Osamu Ichikawa

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->Voiced by: Osamu Ichikawa
Ichikawa; Jorge Roig Sr. and José Luis Orozco (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Keiji Mishima (TV series)

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->Voiced by: Keiji Mishima (TV series)
series), Carlos Becerril and José Luis Orozco (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Creator/ToshioFurukawa, Eduardo Tejedo (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Creator/KatsujiMori

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->Voiced by: Creator/KatsujiMori
Creator/KatsujiMori, Hermán López and Ricardo Hill (TV series, Latin-American Spanish dub)
5th Jul '16 2:27:30 PM Kimelea
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* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Sort-of: she and Rosalie love each other, but when Jeanne was starting to feel satisfied with the lot she had earned into life she saw that Rosalie, thanks to Oscar, had free access to Versailles, and decided she couldn't let Rosalie live a better life than herself.
* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Sort-of. She's a ''very'' highly fictionalized [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanne_of_Valois-Saint-R%C3%A9my Jean de Valois Saint Remy]], the mastermind behind the infamous [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affair_of_the_Diamond_Necklace Affair of the Diamond Necklace.]]

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* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Sort-of: Sort of: she and Rosalie love each other, but when Jeanne was starting to feel satisfied with the lot she had earned into life she saw that Rosalie, thanks to Oscar, had free access to Versailles, and decided she couldn't let Rosalie live a better life than herself.
* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Sort-of.Sort of. She's a ''very'' highly fictionalized [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanne_of_Valois-Saint-R%C3%A9my Jean de Valois Saint Remy]], the mastermind behind the infamous [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affair_of_the_Diamond_Necklace Affair of the Diamond Necklace.]]
5th Jul '16 2:26:32 PM Kimelea
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* I'mCold...SoCold: When recounting his back story to Rosalie [[spoiler: after she shot him to protect Oscar]], Bernard notes how cold the Seine river was. [[He's recounting the time when his mother held him tight, while tried to commit Murder-Suicide after being thrown out into the streets. The mother succeeded, while Bernard survived.]]

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* I'mCold...SoCold: ImColdSoCold: When recounting his back story to Rosalie [[spoiler: after she shot him to protect Oscar]], Bernard notes how cold the Seine river was. [[He's [[spoiler: He's recounting the time when his mother held him tight, while tried to commit Murder-Suicide after being thrown out into the streets. The mother succeeded, while Bernard survived.]]
5th Jul '16 5:38:42 AM rafi
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* {{Badass}}



* {{Badass}}: Say what you want about his character, but this guy overpowered Oscar in hand-to-hand combat, something that usually takes at least three or four muscle-bound men, and was much less injured than the three or four muscle-bound men.

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* {{Badass}}: TheBrute: Say what you want about his character, but this guy overpowered Oscar in hand-to-hand combat, something that usually takes at least three or four muscle-bound men, and was much less injured than the three or four muscle-bound men.



* {{Badass}}: Simply he was the first person to go toe-to-toe in a duel with Oscar and he's quite a skilled brawler.
** FourStarBadass: In the sequel ''Eroica'', where UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte promotes him before the Second Italian Campaign (he started trying to give him the promotion after witnessing his valor at Lodi in 1796, but it took three years for Alain to accept the promotion). He would have been made a Marshal of the Empire, had he not [[spoiler: died in a failed attempt to kill Napoleon before he could crown himself Emperor]].



* FourStarBadass: Simply he was the first person to go toe-to-toe in a duel with Oscar and he's quite a skilled brawler. In the sequel ''Eroica'', where UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte promotes him before the Second Italian Campaign (he started trying to give him the promotion after witnessing his valor at Lodi in 1796, but it took three years for Alain to accept the promotion). He would have been made a Marshal of the Empire, had he not [[spoiler: died in a failed attempt to kill Napoleon before he could crown himself Emperor]].



* {{AdaptationalBadass}}: He never does anything noteworthy in the manga but his portrayal in the anime shows him as growing into a hardened veteran after the American Revolution who's skilled enough with a rifle to shoot a thrown apple a distance away with ease.

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* {{AdaptationalBadass}}: AdaptationalBadass: He never does anything noteworthy in the manga but his portrayal in the anime shows him as growing into a hardened veteran after the American Revolution who's skilled enough with a rifle to shoot a thrown apple a distance away with ease.



* {{Gonk}}: TruthInTelevision: the Count of Mirabeau had been disfigured by smallpox as a child.
** KavorkaMan: He was also a successful casanova.

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* {{Gonk}}: TruthInTelevision: TruthInTelevision, the Count of Mirabeau had been disfigured by smallpox as a child.
** KavorkaMan: He was also a successful casanova.
child.


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* KavorkaMan: He was also a successful casanova.
5th Jul '16 3:16:15 AM Kimelea
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* IWantMyBelovedtoBeHappy

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* IWantMyBelovedtoBeHappyIWantMyBelovedToBeHappy
3rd Jun '16 8:05:16 PM BadassAgamemnon
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* AdaptationalBadass: In the manga for all her quest to avenge her mother, she never does anything of significance (granted Oscar stops her just as she was going to draw a knife and kill de Poligniac at a ball). In the anime, upon discovering [[spoiler: de Poligniac was her mother]],Rosalie took the initiative to go into the De Jarjayes family's armory, take a pistol, and than follow [[spoiler: de Poligniac's carriage]]. She threatened the carriage riders to head to a steady forest with the stolen pistol and forced [[spoiler: de Poligniac to exit the carriage. She was just a few seconds from shooting de Poligniac straight on and its only her truly sweet nature that prevents her from shooting her foster mother's murderer]].



* {{Badass}}: Simply he was the first person to successfully defend against Oscar's swordsmanship to the point she praised him as being the best opponent she ever dueled with. [[spoiler: In the anime he even successfully disarms Oscar and could have killed her on the spot if he wasn't chivalrous enough to hand her blade back to her]]. The other men of the regiment fear him to the point that in the anime just his presence alone makes the presence of a gang of soldiers who beat Andre shake in fear (moreso after he pulls out a knife) and no one ever bullies Andre afterwards because he warns the regiment that Andre is a good drinking buddy of his. Also in the anime, he takes on an entire squad of elite Allemond infantryman in a street fight and all he states afterwards when he's soothing his bruises was that "its a fun fight"!

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* {{Badass}}: Simply he was the first person to successfully defend against Oscar's swordsmanship to the point she praised him as being the best opponent she ever dueled with. [[spoiler: In the anime he even successfully disarms go toe-to-toe in a duel with Oscar and could have killed her on the spot if he wasn't chivalrous enough to hand her blade back to her]]. The other men of the regiment fear him to the point that in the anime just his presence alone makes the presence of a gang of soldiers who beat Andre shake in fear (moreso after he pulls out a knife) and no one ever bullies Andre afterwards because he warns the regiment that Andre is a good drinking buddy of his. Also in the anime, he takes on an entire squad of elite Allemond infantryman in a street fight and all he states afterwards when he's soothing his bruises was that "its quite a fun fight"!skilled brawler.



* AdaptationalAngst: After coming home from the American Revolution, he shows signs of [[ShellShockedVeteran PTSD]], being unable to adapt to civilian life and stating to Oscar he is grateful to be so alive.

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* AdaptationalAngst: AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: After coming home from the American Revolution, he shows signs of [[ShellShockedVeteran PTSD]], being unable to adapt to civilian life and stating to Oscar he is grateful to be so alive.alive in the TV series. The manga shows him unchanged by the war.



3rd Jun '16 8:01:11 PM BadassAgamemnon
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* AdaptationalBadass: In the TV series he carries out a series of successful assassinations including an attempt on Reynier and near the end of the series Oscar. During his attempt on Oscar, he nearly succeeds and forces her to fight off with all her strength.

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* AdaptationalBadass: In the TV series he carries out a series of successful assassinations including an attempt on Reynier and near the end of the series Oscar. During his attempt later on Oscar, he nearly succeeds and forces her forcing the latter to fight off with all her strength.tooth and nail to survive. He was just a mere debater in the original manga.
3rd Jun '16 7:59:14 PM BadassAgamemnon
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* {{AdaptationalBadass}}: He never does anything impressive in the manga as far as feats of strength, combat, and bravado goes. But in the anime, upon his return to France after the end of the American Revolution........ Oscar and Andre were just finishing up target practice and Andre threw an apple at Oscar as a snack....... SUDDENLY BANG!!!! The apple was blown up. From a considerable distance they spot a now battle-hardened Fersen who gives the impression of a war vet. His greeting? "Sorry for shooting your apple, but I wanted to impress you with my new gained marksman skills". Upon resting at the De Jarjayes mansion for a few days, Fersen states how foolish he was to try to run away from his problems with Antoinette by volunteering in the American Revolution and that he's so lucky to be alive. He also states how much he misses French food during his dinner at his first night there. He also shows symptoms of PTSD as during his stay at the De Jarjayes, he is shown waking up strangely very early. When Oscar asks why, he simply tells her he has become so accustomed to the battlefield its practically second nature for him to wake up earlier than most people in the morning. In the manga, Fersen returned to France with the intent of meeting Marie Antoinette for the first time in years. True to the demeanor of a war veteran who's matured after seeing the horrors of war, in the anime Fersen tells Oscar he doesn't intend to meet Antoinette despite spending nearly a decade in another continent. His reason for even revisting France was just out of curiosity of how much things changed. He only decides to stay rather than go back home upon seeing just how unstable and violent the situation in France is becoming and discovering how much the royal family is now hated. In otherwords its only his concern for Antoinette's welfare that leads him to remain in France for the rest of the story in the anime so he can guide and protect her as the Revolution becomes more and more violent and chaotic.

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* AdaptationalAngst: After coming home from the American Revolution, he shows signs of [[ShellShockedVeteran PTSD]], being unable to adapt to civilian life and stating to Oscar he is grateful to be so alive.
* {{AdaptationalBadass}}: He never does anything impressive noteworthy in the manga as far as feats of strength, combat, and bravado goes. But but his portrayal in the anime, upon his return to France anime shows him as growing into a hardened veteran after the end of the American Revolution........ Oscar and Andre were just finishing up target practice and Andre threw an apple at Oscar as a snack....... SUDDENLY BANG!!!! The apple was blown up. From a considerable distance they spot a now battle-hardened Fersen who gives the impression of a war vet. His greeting? "Sorry for shooting your apple, but I wanted to impress you with my new gained marksman skills". Upon resting at the De Jarjayes mansion for a few days, Fersen states how foolish he was to try to run away from his problems with Antoinette by volunteering in the American Revolution and that he's so lucky to be alive. He also states how much he misses French food during his dinner at his first night there. He also shows symptoms of PTSD as during his stay at the De Jarjayes, he is shown waking up strangely very early. When Oscar asks why, he simply tells her he has become so accustomed to the battlefield its practically second nature for him to wake up earlier than most people in the morning. In the manga, Fersen returned to France with the intent of meeting Marie Antoinette for the first time in years. True to the demeanor of a war veteran who's matured after seeing the horrors of war, in the anime Fersen tells Oscar he doesn't intend skilled enough with a rifle to meet Antoinette despite spending nearly shoot a decade in another continent. His reason for even revisting France was just out of curiosity of how much things changed. He only decides to stay rather than go back home upon seeing just how unstable and violent the situation in France is becoming and discovering how much the royal family is now hated. In otherwords its only his concern for Antoinette's welfare that leads him to remain in France for the rest of the story in the anime so he can guide and protect her as the Revolution becomes more and more violent and chaotic.thrown apple a distance away with ease.


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* AdaptationalBadass: In the TV series he carries out a series of successful assassinations including an attempt on Reynier and near the end of the series Oscar. During his attempt on Oscar, he nearly succeeds and forces her to fight off with all her strength.
29th May '16 12:36:58 AM TheBigBopper
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* YourCheatingHeart: {{Subverted}}: while it was the norm for French nobles of the time to have at least one lover, the general and his wife have none, with the general actually getting mocked for it in one of the Gaiden stories.

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* YourCheatingHeart: {{Subverted}}: Averted: while it was the norm for French nobles of the time to have at least one lover, the general and his wife have none, with the general actually getting mocked for it in one of the Gaiden stories.



* YourCheatingHeart: {{Subverted}}: palace guards point out he has no lovers, and actually find it strange.

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* YourCheatingHeart: {{Subverted}}: Averted: palace guards point out he has no lovers, and actually find it strange.
24th May '16 11:42:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Deliberately shows off her blonde hair at every opportunity and very, very cruel-hearted towards Marie Antoinette and her allies. Although not entirely unsympathetic; her touching exchanges with Louis XV while he lay dying show she had ''some'' [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes affection for him]], as does the scene where she's cast out by Louis after staying by at deathbed for weeks caring for him, still demanding that she stay by his side until his death as she's dragged out by the arms.



* BlondesAreEvil
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