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Precious Correspondence
Technical information
Description

Captain Thomas-Alexandre Dumas is being blackmailed by the Templars. Very few mementos remain to him of his long-lost family left behind in the Caribbean when his father brought him to France. Among those mementos are some letters, but the Templars have gotten hold of them and are trying to sway Dumas' allegiance away from Napoleon. Recover the letters.

Appearance

Assassin's Creed: Unity

Memory type

Paris story

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Historical information
Ancestor

Arno Dorian

Location

Paris, French Republic

Date

1795

Precious Correspondance was a virtual representation of one of Arno Dorian's genetic memories, relived by a Helix initiate through the Helix Navigator.

DescriptionEdit

Thomas-Alexandre Dumas asked Arno to recover his personal letters from the Templars, who were attempting to blackmail him.

DialogueEdit

  • 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.

OutcomeEdit

Arno recovered Dumas' letters from the Templars.

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