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Quote1 I've been wanting to do that ever since he raised the tariffs on Spanish wine! Quote2
-- Aram Anni-Padda

The Musketeers!Edit

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This double-sized epic actually combines Eternal Warrior #8 and Archer & Armstrong #8 into one unforgettable tale! It is the story of how the immortal brothers, Gilad, Aram, and Ivar, were the original Three Musketeers. In fulfilling his duty as the Fist and Steel of the Geomancers, Gilad dupes his brothers into helping the cause. But, when they realize the truth, Aram and Ivar part ways with Gilad, who places duty over brotherhood.[1]

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Custer's Last Stand (pinup #4)Edit

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Green Dragon (pinup #6)Edit

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Quote1 I've been wanting to do that ever since he raised the tariffs on Spanish wine! Quote2
-- Aram Anni-Padda
Quote1 Should I assume, Gilad, that we Musketeers have modified our allegiance yet again? Quote2
-- Ivar Anni-Padda
Quote1 What know you of such things? Whereupon do you judge my soul in matter past your understanding? Have at thee, feckless one! Whilst you gallivant through the centuries pursuing vapors, I fight battles for mankind--! I raise my sword for the defenseless--! The victimized... for whole nations who need a champion! Quote2
-- Gilad Anni-Padda
Quote1 I'm afraid that Polaroid cameras, or any cameras for that matter, hadn't been invented in 1659! Uhm, them--that make this picture and your entire story...somewhat...suspect. Don't you think, Sir? Quote2
-- Archer
Quote1 Time-Travel. Well, that explains everything, Mister Armstrong... Why didn't I think of that-- silly me. Quote2
-- Archer

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  1. The Valiant Era: A Trading Card History

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