(Ambitious) Evil-Sworn Rochefort


Rochefort quickly regained his composure after his reunion with Richelieu. There was still one very important task for him to complete. The Three Musketeers were still active, as well as another, newer group of royal guards. Invigorated by the powers of Richelieu, Rochefort swore to send all six hindrances to the deepest pits of Hell. After so many years of failure, victory would soon be at hand.


Acquired from One for All card pack.

Name OriginEdit

The Comte de Rochefort is a secondary fictional character in Alexandre Dumas' d'Artagnan Romances. He is described as "around forty or forty-five, fair with a scar across his cheek", also known throughout the novel as "The Man from Meung". He is the other main agent and spy, in addition to Milady de Winter, of Cardinal Richelieu.

Rochefort is a French surname, habitational name from any of numerous places named Rochefort, from Old French roche "rocky outcrop".

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Chin Jing Hui.

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