@Comte de Dordogne
Lmao this is great! I love how Napoleon II starts strangling Caroline while Murat has fallen over by himself. Caroline was the real brains behind Murat who was a bit of dolt outside of commanding cavalry. Who's the guy Louis-Napoleon's fighting? Is that Bernadotte? I feel like Eugene would be appropriate since Bernadotte is married to his daughter, but that still works even with Louis-Napoleon.
What did you use to make this btw?
Also I've decided to thread mark this marvelous meme.
He's a Bonaparte and fighting with the Capetian Bourbons are in his blood (Habsburgs and Napoleon). Plus being the son of L'Empereur carries far more weight than merely being his nephew after all. Louis-Napoleon failed many times to be taken seriously. Napoleon II is the famed Roi de Rome and the blood son of the Emperor, which means more of Europe would likely fear him.Will the restoration be by military force/revolution or peaceful
Oh well you're in luck as if you're a fan of the Spanish, Portuguese, and British Empire, you're in for a very interesting ride. Let's just say that Augustin d'Iturbide will be having even more of an impact.Well I cant wait to see how a second Napoleon will effect the geopolitics of the New World.
Metternich: Ah Charles X my good man how's it like restoring the Ancien Regime!Another destabilizing strong man emerging in Europe will shake up and in all likelihood smash the remnants of the Old Order.
Charles X: Ah I've introduced the Ordinances of St. Cloud. The people will love a strong King coming back to lead them.
Random Austrian Soldier: Um.. sir
Metternich: Yes what is it?
Austrian Soldier: Franz is gone.
Metternich: The Emperor is dead?!
Austrian soldier: No not him! The other one.
Metternich: Oh shit! Oh no! How am I going to explain this to the rest of Europe?!
Charles X: Hey Metternich why am I hearing boss music?
The Scramble for Africa will be a bit different, but also very similar in some ways to otl.I can see a probable grab for Africa being much less cordial, in so far as OTLs was cordial