(Clever) Athos the Cunning


The atmosphere tenses the moment he draws his rapier and musket. He mercilessly passes judgement upon the outmatched outlaws with his blade while his firearm is trained behind him. While his musket is certainly not for show, he would sooner die than part with his rapier. It represents his loyalty to the king along with his trust in his compatriots.

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