General Jarjayes - so desperate for a son to preserve the family name and noble standing - names his newborn daughter ''Oscar'' and chooses to raise her as a boy. Fourteen years later, Oscar is a masterful duelist, marksman, and the newly appointed Commander of the French Royal Guards. Her first task: to protect Marie Antoinette, who is engaged to the French prince and future king, Louis-Auguste.

The Rose of Versailles - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1979-10-10

The Rose of Versailles - Eikou no Napoleon – Eroica - Netflix

Eroica - The Glory of Napoleon (栄光のナポレオン – エロイカ, Eikō no Naporeon - Eroika) is a manga by Riyoko Ikeda that is a sequel to The Rose of Versailles. It tells the story of Napoleon's empire, including the Thermidorian Reaction, the Italian Campaign, the Egyptian Campaign, the Battle of the Nile, the coup of 18 Brumaire, and the French invasion of Russia. It also includes some characters from the manga The Rose of Versailles like Alain de Soissons, Bernard Chatelet and Rosalie Lamorlière.

The Rose of Versailles - The Fictional Characters - Netflix

Alain de Soissons: a fictional character of The Rose of Versailles, Alain de Soissons was the sergeant of the Company B, the troops assigned to Lady Oscar's service in the National Guard. He accepted Oscar at first, and even befriended André and smuggled him in the troops, but after learning the truth about her he violently rejected her leadership. Oscar had to fight him to win Alain and the group's respect back, since they refused to be ordered around by a noble. After losing to Oscar and begging her to save the life of a companion who was about to be executed, which she did, Alain forgave Oscar and became fiercely devoted to her, even falling in love with her in the manga; still, he knew he couldn't fight against her feelings for André. Ultimately, Alain survives the French Revolution and the Terror, leading a quiet life in the country. He also appears in Eroica and is the coprotagonist of this story. Bernard Chatelet (1760–1804): a fictional character of The Rose of Versailles. Rosalie Chatelet (née Lamorlière): Rosalie Lamorlière, a returning member from Rose of Versailles, was a real person, although her marriage was fictionalized. Since The Rose of Versailles, Rosalie has gotten married to Bernard Chatelet and had a son, Francois Chatelet. François Chatelet: François is the only son of Bernard and Rosalie. Catherine Renaudin (Madame de Talleyrand): the main antagonist of the story. Catherine is the new love interest of Alain, but she is deeply royalist. Oscar François de Jarjayes: although Oscar had died during The Rose of Versailles, she is seen in flashback.

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