"Paris, 1802. Bonaparte has just been proclaimed First Consul, provoking Fouché's departure from the Police headquarters. The two men are now both set on finding a certain object, stolen by a beautiful prostitute, which could change their destiny. Bonaparte calls on the services of François, a petty thief otherwise known as ""The Torpedo,"" to recover the mysterious object. Just two years into the 19th century, Napoleon has already been making a name for himself and dark plots have begun to emerge from France's lowest and highest echelons."
T1 Game of Masks
Paris, 1802. Bonaparte has just been proclaimed First Consul, provoking Fouché's departure from the Police headquarters. The two men are now both set on finding a certain object, stolen by a beautiful prostitute, which could change their destiny. Bonaparte calls on the services of François, a petty thief otherwise known as "The Torpedo," to recover the mysterious object.
T2 Game of Masks
The Stingray is put in charge of finding a prostitute named Opal and
ends up in the vises of the Ant, the self-proclaimed ruler of the Paris
underworld. On his search, the Stingray will encounter a slew of strange
and fearsome characters. Some of them will help him on his quest,
others will make his life that much harder. Dufaux and Jamar’s
inspiration remains the great French novelists of the 19th century –
Dumas, Victor Hugo – who dared to plunge into the depths of the gritty
Paris of their day.
T3 Game of Masks
Paris, 1803. A young dandy is dead. His conniving sister will follow shortly. The prostitutes at Madame Easter's establishment have been slaughtered. A high ranking politician is threatened by scandal. Murder, intrigue, blackmail and double-crossing... Missing love letters and a compromising accounting ledger... As the Stingray, a couple of heartless thugs, the Ant, and the Bee all scramble to recover the precious documents, the eternal mystery remains: what terrible secret lurks behind the mysterious masks?
T4 Game of Masks
As the hour of First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte's glory approaches, his paranoia intensifies and heads start to roll. More plotting, more backstabbing... A not-so-pretty young society lady is courted by an ambitious young man with dubious intentions; a sinister priest enters the scene; a man hangs in a jail cell; a young prostitute's fate is sealed; an aristocrat is wrongfully accused; and a mysterious pack of wolves roams the streets of Paris as History marches on, unstoppable.
T5 Game of Masks
All of France is in a tizzy as Napoleon's coronation as Emperor of the French People draws near, and the most pressing issues at court revolve around seating arrangements, optimal viewing of the ceremony and the Pope's traveling entourage. This isn't to say that scheming and shenanigans have taken a backseat, however: a heartbroken young lady seeks poisonous revenge, a redheaded Squirrel gets caught by an Ant, the sinister priest is back... and in the midst of all this, the two men with the masks finally decide to meet face to face.
T6 Game of Masks
Paris, 1804. First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte is hours away from becoming Emperor of the French People. The Bee is about to change History and embrace his destiny, while the Ant makes a desperate attempt to change his. Enemies rush about with last-minute plans to eliminate the usurper, a Squirrel and a Stingray get chummy, the mysterious veiled woman finally speaks, the underworld prepares for some changes... and a mask is up for grabs.