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Jean-Paul is a person not actually encountered in the game, but mentioned in the first and second letter we find in the Mansion's Study. Now dead, he was apparently a librarian at the Bibliothèque nationale in Paris until 1930 when he fell victim to a "fatal accident."

First LetterEdit

17 Rue de la Lenygoigne (sp?)
Paris
France

Dear Claude
My best wishes go to you and the Order as the day of the 6th Breaking draws close.
I must admit to feeling a sense of regret that I cannot be there to participate in the ceremony and to at last see the Chamber of the Seals that you have talked of so often but as you know my business takes me elsewhere. The books and manuscripts that you require I have located within the Bibliotheque [sic] Nationale here in Paris. Their records are vast. You should see them Claude, it is staggering. I have made friends with one of the librarians Jean-Paul and he has promised to let me see what you require.
Please write soon as I believe that I may be here some time.

All my love,
R J
Third Periapt of the Assembly and priestess of the Temple of the Morning Star.

Second LetterEdit

17 Rue de la Lenygoigne (sp?)
Paris
France

Dear Claude
I am assured that my last letter was delivered to you there but I am surprised that you have not replied. You are probably busy with the ceremony and post meetings. Yes that must be it. I have the books and manuscripts in my possession although poor Jean-Paul is dead. A fatal accident. To continue my search I am currently packing for the trip back over to the United States to see what I can find at the University and the National Geographic Society in Washington.

All my love,
R J
Third Periapt of the Assembly and priestess of the Temple of the Morning Star.

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