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The Three Musketeers
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  • #1388
    dpmcalister
    Administrator

    If you were running a game at a convention, using pre-generated characters and wanted to use Aramis, Athos, Porthos and d’Artagnan who would you add as an additional two player characters?

    The scenario itself is a relatively straight-forward affair so any character could be included.

    #1389
    HEXer
    Minion

    Milady de Winter
    Constance Bonacieux
    Earl of Buckingham

    #1403
    dpmcalister
    Administrator

    Milady and Buckingham aren’t possible due to their affiliations. Constance is great though, thanks.

    #1497
    The GIT!
    Minion

    I’d be inclined to use Comte de Rochefort. In the first book he was very much D’Artagnan’s nemesis and a very dangerous man. That said there were occasions when he would work with the musketeers against a common enemy of France and he eventually came to an understanding with D’Artagnan. Also, Christopher Lee made him really cool in the Richard Lester movies.

    If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change. (spoken by Tancredi)

    #1509
    dpmcalister
    Administrator

    Unfortunately, he’s one of the few that can, most certainly, not be a PC 😉

    #1560
    The GIT!
    Minion

    Unfortunately, he’s one of the few that can, most certainly, not be a PC ;)

    Aha…understood.

    If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change. (spoken by Tancredi)

    #3735
    Wooly Rupert
    Minion

    Cyrano de Bergerac

    "We really shook the pillars of Heaven, didn't we Wang?"

    #7309
    Susimetsa
    Minion

    Second vote for Cyrano. Paul Feval’s classic stories set him and d’Artagnan together pretty well and give some ideas for adventures as well.

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