King Louis XIII


Good-natured yet weak, intelligent but lazy, King Louis is the absolute ruler of France.

Torn between the inexorable pull of his First Minister Cardinal Richelieu and the more blunt but well-meaning advice of Captain Treville, Louis wants to be a good king but lacks the essential determination and seriousness the role requires. Louis remains loyal to his Musketeers and supports them when he can but is easily influenced against them by the scheming Cardinal. He finds it easiest to leave the day-to-day running of the country to others while he indulges himself with hunting and dining.



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