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|It Belongs in a Museum|
Nobles are hoarding stolen artwork at Palais du Luxembourg. That art belongs to the people! Infiltrate the Palais and recover the right painting.
Arno and a team of Assassins were tasked with the retrieval of a piece of art that nobles had kept for themselves.
- Bishop: That Luxembourg Palace. Before the revolution, it was Paris' first museum. The artwork inside was supposed to be transferred to the Louvre, but some of it went missing. It seems the local nobility kept it for their own personal stash. Find the artwork, and get it out. The Assassins will return it to the Louvre.
Many chests, but only one is the right one. Do you split up, or stick together? Your choice, Initiates.
More Assassins, more loot! Well, actually all but one are fake - you need to find the right one. Go.
We rejigged this a bit, so it's a bit more of a training run. And I put in a few extra chests. You need to find the right one.
Time to mix it up with some training. Which treasure is the right one? You need to find it, then get the goods.
Rebecca and I thought you'd like a challenge - you need to find the right chest before you can get the loot.
Arno looted an empty chest.
- Bishop: Sorry, that one's empty.
Oooh, sorry. It's empty.
Arno looted the correct chest.
- Bishop: Good work!
Yep. That's the one.
You got the goods.
Yes. You found it.
We have a winner.
The Assassins recovered the stolen artwork and then escaped the area, ensuring the art would make it to the Louvre.
- The memory's name is a reference to a line from the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.