Jean-Marie Rois et Reines, Captain of the Musketeers

“Whether your words about the Empereur are true or not, they
will never be spoken again.”

A strikingly handsome man in his early thirties, Jean-Marie is the Captain of the Musketeers. He always presents an impressive sight in his immaculately kept uniform, and his men respect and love him. He knows about the unrest among the peasants, but he has sworn to protect l’Empereur, and his word is his bond. He still presses the Empereur with pleas for the people when he can (more food, pardons for those unjustly imprisoned) but has come to realize that Léon simply doesn’t care about their welfare. So he does what he can for them with his limited authority. The only thing that might make him break his vow is if the Empereur were to turn traitor to his own people. He married the Empereur’s sixth daughter, Anne, for love, and received his current position as a dowry.

Jean-Marie Rois et Reines, Captain of the Musketeers

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