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What is your favorite Three Musketeers cartoon, /co/?
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>>78820014
i only know of alvin the 5th musketeer besides movies and shit

if you count comics i love the last musketeer
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D'Artacan of course
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>>78820014
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why were they called the three musketeers when none of them use muskets?
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>>78823449
>alvin
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>>78823626
>I have never read The Three Musketeers
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>>78823626
Why is Popeye a sailor if he's never used a sailboat?
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>>78823626
They did in the book. They were the King's royal musketeer guard and used muskets plenty. Except D'Artanion, he just tagged along.

The Book is very different from most adaptations.
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>>78823662
it's true
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>>78823682
I swear I've seen popeye on boats
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>>78823732
he did
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>>78823687
Movies/Tv
>"Athos, why is Milady so evil"
>She just is, we must heroically defeat her
Book
>"Athos, why is Milady so evil"
>Because I forced her into marriage as a young teenager then raped and attempted to kill her when I found out she had once stolen a plate as a child. A crime she had served her scentence for before I met her.
>You must disguise yourself as her current lover and rape her to defeat her
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>>78823743
Boats yes, but I've never seen him in an actual sailboat, only in boats with engines is what I meant.
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>>78823850
tbf most sailors don't operate out of sailboat and haven't for around 100 years
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>>78823850
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>>78823761
>"Athos, why is Milady so evil"
>Because I forced her into marriage as a young teenager then raped and attempted to kill her when I found out she had once stolen a plate as a child. A crime she had served her scentence for before I met her.
>You must disguise yourself as her current lover and rape her to defeat her

Literally what?
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>>78823908
read the book its good times

>>78823889
Touche
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>>78823874
Where I'm from any sailor must take part in a sailboat course to take a rank above lieutenant
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>>78823928
good system,

even Naval Engineers? if you job is to maintain and fix ship engines in what situation are you going to be in a sailboat?
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>>78823908
>"Be it then as you desire. One of my friends--one of my friends, please to observe, not myself," said Athos, interrupting himself with a melancholy smile, "one of the counts of my province--that is to say, of Berry--noble as a Dandolo or a Montmorency, at twenty-five years of age fell in love with a girl of sixteen, beautiful as fancy can paint. Through the ingenuousness of her age beamed an ardent mind, not of the woman, but of the poet. She did not please; she intoxicated. She lived in a small town with her brother, who was a curate. Both had recently come into the country. They came nobody knew whence; but when seeing her so lovely and her brother so pious, nobody thought of asking whence they came. They were said, however, to be of good extraction. My friend, who was seigneur of the country, might have seduced her, or taken her by force, at his will--for he was master. Who would have come to the assistance of two strangers, two unknown persons? Unfortunately he was an honorable man; he married her. The fool! The ass! The idiot!"

>"How so, if he love her?" asked d'Artagnan.

>"Wait," said Athos. "He took her to his chateau, and made her the first lady in the province; and in justice it must be allowed that she supported her rank becomingly."

>"Well?" asked d'Artagnan.

>"Well, one day when she was hunting with her husband," continued Athos, in a low voice, and speaking very quickly, "she fell from her horse and fainted. The count flew to her to help, and as she appeared to be oppressed by her clothes, he ripped them open with his ponaird, and in so doing laid bare her shoulder. d'Artagnan," said Athos, with a maniacal burst of laughter, "guess what she had on her shoulder."

>"How can I tell?" said d'Artagnan.

>"A FLEUR-DE-LIS," said Athos. "She was branded."

>Athos emptied at a single draught the glass he held in his hand.

>"Horror!" cried d'Artagnan. "What do you tell me?"

cont.
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>>78823999
Literally everyone in the past was evil as fuck. It's weird to think about. We're evil as fuck by their standards too.
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>>78823999
>"Truth, my friend. The angel was a demon; the poor young girl had stolen the sacred vessels from a church."

>"And what did the count do?"

>"The count was of the highest nobility. He had on his estates the rights of high and low tribunals. He tore the dress of the countess to pieces; he tied her hands behind her, and hanged her on a tree."

>"Heavens, Athos, a murder?" cried d'Artagnan.

>"No less," said Athos, as pale as a corpse. "But methinks I need wine!" and he seized by the neck the last bottle that was left, put it to his mouth, and emptied it at a single draught, as he would have emptied an ordinary glass.

>Then he let his head sink upon his two hands, while d'Artagnan stood before him, stupefied.

>"That has cured me of beautiful, poetical, and loving women," said Athos, after a considerable pause, raising his head, and forgetting to continue the fiction of the count. "God grant you as much! Let us drink."

>"Then she is dead?" stammered d'Artagnan.

>"PARBLEU!" said Athos. "But hold out your glass. Some ham, my boy, or we can't drink."

>"And her brother?" added d'Artagnan, timidly.

>"Her brother?" replied Athos.

>"Yes, the priest."

>"Oh, I inquired after him for the purpose of hanging him likewise; but he was beforehand with me, he had quit the curacy the night before."

>"Was it ever known who this miserable fellow was?"

>"He was doubtless the first lover and accomplice of the fair lady. A worthy man, who had pretended to be a curate for the purpose of getting his mistress married, and securing her a position. He has been hanged and quartered, I hope."

>"My God, my God!" cried d'Artagnan, quite stunned by the relation of this horrible adventure.

>"Taste some of this ham, d'Artagnan; it is exquisite," said Athos, cutting a slice, which he placed on the young man's plate.

I don't see the rape part though, or I'm not remembering that part.
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>>78824024
She thinks that some other guy, maybe de Wardes? is coming to visit, and it's dark and she's retarded, so D'Artagnan has arranged for the other guy to be elsewhere, and he goes in and fucks milady cuz she's a dumb cunt. Then he be's all, guess who, and she rages hard and tries t kill him a heap of times.
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>>78824094
oh D'Artagnan you playful scamp
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>>78823965
when you don't have working engines, or if the ship is lost would be a prime example.

>>78824017
Well anon, we just have it really good, with all these civil rights and shit, and also the changes in social stratification.
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>>78824024
>I don't see the rape part though

It's left ambiguous whether he raped or seduced her originally. Just because he married her doesn't mean he didn't rape her.
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How did he not see the brand when he banged her?
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>>78824158
attention was elsewhere m8
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>>78824144
>My friend, who was seigneur of the country, might have seduced her, or taken her by force, at his will--for he was master. Who would have come to the assistance of two strangers, two unknown persons? Unfortunately he was an honorable man; he married her. The fool! The ass! The idiot!"

He said it, he fell in love and married her.
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>>78824158
They're all about kissing fingertips, no more.
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>>78824172
>not burning to memory every inch of your waifu's naked body

I seriously hope you guys don't do this.
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>>78824172
was going to say candlelight is a bitch, but also this.
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>>78824176
That means he couldn't have raped her first?
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>>78820014
I feel like I'm the only one who remembers this
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>>78824195
It's right there m8, he could've done ANYTHING he wanted, he was a count in 17th century France, and he chose to marry this commoner girl when when he could've taken her as his mistress, servant, what-have-you.

>picture unrelated, or may be, cause the king's nickname was "The Sun King"
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My favorite one of all is this French cartoon version directed by John Halas, and the music of Michel Polnareff. If you want to see this movie then downloaded on this link and uploaded on Youtube please.

Les 3 mousquetaires (1974) by John Halas:
Http://cinerespect.blogspot.com/2015/12/les-3-mousquetaires-dartagnan.html
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>>78823616
The only thing that made that movie worth watching was the Beagle Boys
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>>78821789
Dat Milady!
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>>78820014
Barbie, because it gives me the most epic boners.
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>>78820014
none of them
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>>78825748
Actually it was pic related
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>>78835117
>think to myself gerard depardieu would make a good the fat one
>realize that already happened
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