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The Three Musketeers

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About the Story

Relive the best moments of Alexandre Dumas' novel...

Paris, XVIIth century. France is under the reign of Louis XIII. But behind the rich facade of the court of France, the Cardinal de Richelieu infiltrates more and more into royal affairs. To gain power, and to better influence the king, he tries to discredit the queen, Anne of Austria, with her husband. If her plot succeeded, the queen would be locked up in a convent to the rest of his days. Thus Richelieu would conduct affairs of state and foreign policy as it sees fit. Richelieu's plan is diabolical: He persuaded Louis XIII that his wife should wear the twelve horseshoes he gave her as a gift. But the queen offered them secretly to her lover, the Duke of Buckingham. The Cardinal, knowing this, had two of the ferries held by the Duke of Buckingham. At that time, relations between France and England were rather strained. The discovery of such an affair would condemn the queen for adultery and treason. Anne of Austria confides in her bridesmaid Constance, d'Artagnan's mistress.

In this marvelous story, you play the role of d'Artagnan who
joined the Musketeers. Your mission is to bring the ferrés before the opening of the ball. He you still have to convince your friends Aramis, Athos and Porthos to help you.

Your turn now ! Gather your friends first, then go in Calais and find a ship to cross the English Channel. on your way you will have to face many dangers to which must be added the traps set by the Cardinal and his men. Don't waste a minute, and never forget that the security of France and the honor of the Queen are in play!

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