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Les Actes des Apôtres (English: The Apostles' Acts) was a royalist publishing created in 1789 and disolved in 1791, who defended the Monarchy and critized the institutions of the French Revolution. They also initiated some criminal actions as robbery or auto-da-fé. During the revolution, Les Actes des Apôtres, led by Renard, entered in conflict with the Café Théâtre, a place managed by the Assassins. The Assassin Arno Dorian foiled many of their plans, he saved manuscripts from fire, protected Rose Bertin, stole the Queen's neckless from them and killed their leader, Renard.

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