- Quentin: "Do you understand your task's importance?"
- Richard: "Certainly, sir."
- Quentin: "Good, because if not, I will send Agnes Lootbox on you, to remove some parts of your body that states which gender you are. "
- —Quentin Blaise to Richard Brave-Stone during the Caribbean Purge, 1770–1776
Richard died in Paris in 1792.
Richard during the
May 1792 (aged 77)
Early life Edit
As the third child of jewelers, Richard had a childhood like many other rich people in his time: safe, rich and boring. He got education and had all the prospects of being a great man of his generation. Instead, Richard spent his days by reading novels – some of them quite erotic even.
As an 20-year-old man, Richard's brothers had already become wealthy merchants and had even families of their own. Richard was a disgrace to his family. His mother disgusted the books Richard read, and his father was angry that he did not care for the jewelry-shop. Richard spent his money on women and wine. He carried out lavish parties for his friends – or lickspittles would be more appropriate.
At the parties, Richard also had a man that always stood by his side, Peter Providence. Peter had been a childhood-friend of Richard, and they had a deep and sexual relationship. One night, when Richard's parents found Richard in bed with Peter, they screamed of despair and banished Richard from their home – never to return.
Arrest of Sussex Edit
Buying himself a house in the City of London-borough, Richard now lived just as lavish as he had done when he lived with his parents. Peter Providence had been sent in monastery for men that had the same problems as him – meaning they would cure each other of this "sickness". In other words: Peter was sent to a place with other gay guys.
Whilst living in London, Richard got to know a family named Sussex.
The Scandal Edit
Caribbean Purge Edit
Work in Paris Edit
Templars EditCaribbean Templars French Templars
Gallery 1: CaribbeanCozumel Providencia (enemy), Caribbean Assassins (enemies)
Gallery 2: FrenchMarie Anne Étienne (enemy), Pierre Étienne (enemy), Laurent Mouzay (enemy)
- Richard is inspired by Duccio de Luca
- Richard's entire name is inspired by king Richard I of England. The king was nicknamed Richard the Lionheart – this is the reason of Brave in the name.
- Though, Richard Brave-Stone was not brave or headstrong at all. He was a coward.
- Richard is bisexual – whereas he is more interested in women than male, but the relationship with Peter Providence is a proof of his interest in the male gender, too.