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This '''[[France|French]] [[Assassin]]''', was a member of the [[Parisian Brotherhood of Assassins|French Brotherhood]] during the 18th century.
 
This '''[[France|French]] [[Assassin]]''', was a member of the [[Parisian Brotherhood of Assassins|French Brotherhood]] during the 18th century.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
He was the second incarnation of '''Cartouche''', and the successor of [[Louis-Dominique Cartouche]], a legendary [[France|French]] [[Thieves|highwayman]], gang leader and womanizer, known to steal from the rich and give to the poor and who later joined the Brotherhood after his "execution". The bandit turned Assassin subsequently recorded his story in a diary, which he passed on to the younger Assassin prior to his death, so his legend could live on with a new Cartouche.
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He was the second incarnation of '''Cartouche''', and the successor of [[Louis-Dominique Cartouche]], a legendary [[France|French]] [[Thief|highwayman]], gang leader and womanizer, known to steal from the rich and give to the poor and who later joined the Brotherhood after his "execution". The bandit turned Assassin subsequently recorded his story in a diary, which he passed on to the younger Assassin prior to his death, so his legend could live on with a new Cartouche.
   
 
Decades prior to the [[French Revolution]], Cartouche II gave the diary and the mantle of Cartouche to [[Cartouche III|another Assassin]], who carried on the legacy of his two forebears.
 
Decades prior to the [[French Revolution]], Cartouche II gave the diary and the mantle of Cartouche to [[Cartouche III|another Assassin]], who carried on the legacy of his two forebears.

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PL Truth SeekerHQ They call me many things: Murderer. Cutthroat. Thief. But you may call me Cartouche II.

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This French Assassin, was a member of the French Brotherhood during the 18th century.

Biography

He was the second incarnation of Cartouche, and the successor of Louis-Dominique Cartouche, a legendary French highwayman, gang leader and womanizer, known to steal from the rich and give to the poor and who later joined the Brotherhood after his "execution". The bandit turned Assassin subsequently recorded his story in a diary, which he passed on to the younger Assassin prior to his death, so his legend could live on with a new Cartouche.

Decades prior to the French Revolution, Cartouche II gave the diary and the mantle of Cartouche to another Assassin, who carried on the legacy of his two forebears.

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