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The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers


by Alexandre Dumas

The Three Musketeers: All for One Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Three Musketeers? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who is M. de Treville?

The last living Musketeer
The name D'Artagnon gives to his baguette
The Commander of the the King's Musketeer's
A singing butler
Q. How does the Cardinal plan on getting the Queen in trouble?

He is going to send a male stripper to her room in a cake.
He plans on putting a severed head under her bed.
He is going to make sure she has to wear diamonds she's given to her lover.
He like plans on totally turning her best girlfriends against her.
Q. What does the fleur-de-lis tattoo on Milady mean?

She down to get busy.
She is a criminal.
She's French.
Nothing. Baby, She was born that way.
Q. How does the Duke meet his end?

The King of France finds out he's been doing the affair thing. France does the murder thing.
D'Artagnon accidentally stabs him.
Milady convinces a jailer to let her out of prison AND kill the Duke. Wow, those are some powers of persuasion.
He breaks the Queen's heart. She poisons him.
Q. What happens when D'Artagnon meets with the Cardinal?

The Cardinal condemns D'Artagnon to death.
They drink wine and discuss old times.
The Cardinal offers D'Artagnon a spot in the Musketeers.
They record a pop single.