- Dumas: Arno, my friend.
Thank you for your help with that Joséphine imbroglio. Bonaparte is all aflutter. I thought he was engaged to someone else. I have another task, if you would. Damned upsetting. When I left the Antilles, my mother and siblings stayed behind. My only mementos of them are a few letters and things. The Templars have taken them in an effort to influence. They have a hideout near the cemetery not far from here.
Arno recovered Dumas' letters and returned to him.
- Dumas: Yes. This is from my mother, Marie-Cessette. And here, my sister, sold into slavery as a child. There is no price I would not pay for these scribbled notes.
Arno recovered Dumas' letters from the Templars.
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