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    Europe, XVII century, the power of kingdoms is frail yet absolute. Laws are strict yet it’s easy to break them. Popular opinion and religion take the people under their grasp.

    Back in France, Aramis had accomplished her revenge and saved the kingdom from a war with Spain, moved on with her life, matured and rehashed older passions, talents from her broken youth. She had already made important decisions for her future. She is ready to be finally happy again.

    In the meanwhile D’Artagnan, finally reaching his role of lieutenant, is ready to marry Constance, but obstacles lay ahead and is in dire need of a helping hand.

    Count Alexander, D’Artagnan’s godfather, scared by young Charles' plans for the future, has a plan on his own, and is seeking the help of a trustworthy soldier to have his godson change his mind.

    Will Aramis find back her happiness?

    How could Alexander find an agreement with D’Artagnan?

    This story is inspired by the 1611 play of the same name by Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton.

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    1
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