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Le Bras-du-Seigneur

Le Bras-du-Seigneur was a French settlement in the northern reaches of the River Valley, New York during the mid-18th century.

Nestled between the mountainside and the river, Le Bras-du-Seigneur was one of the largest communities in the valley at the time. It boasted a harbormaster's station and a general store, as well as a small church that overlooked the town from a hilltop.

During the Seven Years' War, the Templar Shay Cormac aided the British in conquering the settlement. Sometime after, he prevented an Assassin attack on hunter Conan Brown, who had refused to sell furs with the Assassins even though he traded with the Templars.


  • Le Bras-du-Seigneur is French for the "arm of the Lord".


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