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The musketeers run from Siroc's metal detector demonstration when the royal palace is attacked by a single man cutting down the guards and heading for young King Louis. The man, claiming to be Siegfried (wielding the Norse mythical sword Notung), would have have made mince meat of Leponte if the mates hadn't intervened. Ramon is wounded dangerously; the Royal surgeon does a lousy backward job, but Siroc nurses him to health. The grateful King hands her the blade, which is authenticated as Ancient. Next she seems to have a sixth sense and manages to prevent more attempts on Louis's life, regardless of the weapon; he accepts her claim and offer. She will protect Louis full-time with the powers the sword grants. She even uncharacteristically orders a caught attacker tortured to death, yet finally kisses D'Artagnan passionately, but he senses she's no longer herself. Ramon warns the sword can take the bearer's soul. Laponte has all people of Spanish decent in Paris thrown into the Bastile, even wounded Ramon, whom D'Artagnan and Siroc free by smuggling a bomb in cross-dressing. When Mazarin hears she suggested Italians aren't much better, so the cardinal should be removed from court, he decides to take the sword away while she bathes, and thus learns her secret, so all three are sentenced to death for deceiving the king.
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