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Game Script by TronBonne09

Updated: 04/07/13

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                      Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure

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                               by TronBonne09
          
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INTRODUCTION
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This game script will cover all English dialogue from required conversations
for the plot, and most NPC conversations throughout each chapter.

Rhythm Thief has a lot of dialogue, and I'm only human, but I hope errors will 
be minimal...If you find any mistakes, or have any comments about this guide, 
please let me know! You can contact me through email at TronBonne09@gmail.com.
Make sure that the subject of your email clearly indicates that it is about 
Rhythm Thief.

Keep in mind... 

- that during some parts, the subtitles on screen and what is actually being 
said do not match up
- While a lot of the words/letters in-game have accents, I did not add them in
this guide 
- this is my first time submitting any sort of guide, so bear with me!


Lastly, this guide contains SPOILERS!!

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DISCLAIMER
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Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure belongs to SEGA.  Thank you to SEGA for 
creating this amazing game!

All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their 
respective trademark and copyright holders.

*Please do not copy this guide and/or post it on other websites.
This game script is for personal use only!*

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UPDATES
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04/07/2013:
- Ranking quotes updated

01/08/2013:
MAIN SCRIPT COMPLETE!
- added chapters 8-10 
- bonus chapters
- lyrics
- other dialogue

CURRENTLY WORKING ON:
- "The Story so Far" descriptions
- R23

01/04/2013
Guide submitted: Chapters 1-7

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ADDITIONAL NOTES
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Any place marked with # is to show that the game had an error.

"[subtitles:...]" refers to what the text on screen said compared to what the
character said.  Sometime's it's as simple as the equivalent word in 
French/English or vice versa; other times it's totally off.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Game script
Chapter 1..................................................................C1PR
Chapter 2..................................................................C2PR
Chapter 3..................................................................C3PR
Chapter 4..................................................................C4PR
Chapter 5..................................................................C5PR
Chapter 6..................................................................C6PR
Chapter 7..................................................................C7PR
Chapter 8..................................................................C8PR
Chapter 9..................................................................C9PR
Chapter 10................................................................C10PR
Bonus Chapters............................................................BNCPR
       R48................................................................BNC48
       R49................................................................BNC49
       R50................................................................BNC50
Lyrics....................................................................LRTET
       R01................................................................SWTM1
       R19................................................................CHM19
       R47................................................................TLD47
       Ending song........................................................FSEND
Other....................................................................OTHRPR
       Auban's Shop......................................................AUBSPR
       Master Instrument.................................................MASIPR
       Ranking quotes....................................................RQRKPR
The Story so Far.........................................................TSFSPR

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Game Script
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This is a work of fiction.  No connection is intended with actual persons or
events.

At the beginning of the 19th Century, almost all of Europe lay in the hands of
a single man: Napoleon Bonaparte.  This first, glorious emperor of France had
a favourite saying: Imagination rules the world.

Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure

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Movie 1 - The Mystere Incident
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Constable: Oh no, no, no, Mon Dieu!  Th-The casket! It is gone! Napoleon's 
Casket has been stolen!

?: Time to awaken, Emperor.  It is time.
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Narrator: Three years later...

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Movie 2 - Enter Raphael
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Raphael: The name's Raphael.  This is my apartment, or as we say in Paris;  
"mon appartement".

I used to live here with my father.  Now it's just me and Fondue.  My father 
taught me a lot. Like "never take stuff that doesn't belong to you".  And 
before you ask, no, this art doesn't belong to me. It's a long story.

I have a secret.  

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: That is, Phantom R has a secret: He's me!  No time for that 
now Fondue.  It's showtime!





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Chapter 1: Chance Encounter						   C1PR
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Raphael: Papa, wait! What do you mean you aren't coming back?

Father: Forgive me, Raphael.

Raphael: Where are you going?  Don't leave me! Papa!!!

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Movie 3 - The Secret of the Mark
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Phantom R: It's been three years since my father disappeared without a trace.  
But for the first time, we've got a lead. Right Fondue?  A coin my father left
me had an unusual mark.  There's a bracelet on display in the Louvre and it's 
got the same mark on it, Fondue.

Fondue: Hurn...?

Phantom R: If I get ahold of that bracelet maybe I can find my father!  Whaddya
say to that, Fondue?  You with me?

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Phantom R: You see the paper today?  Finally, coverage worthy of us!  
Check it out! "Phantom R: Next Stop, The Louvre!"
"The Paris Constabulary has received a warning from Phantom R that his next 
target will be the Bracelet of Tiamat."
"The bracelet, an ancient Babylonian artifact, is part of the Mesopotamia 
Exhibit on display at the Louvre."
"Authorities are baffled as to why Phantom R would be after this heretofore 
unknown treasure."
"Inspector Vergier of the Paris Constabulary insists it's nothing more than 
a publicity stunt."
"He vows to capture Phantom R and put a permanent end to his purloining."
"Only time will tell if Phantom R is in for the crime of the century or
simply in over his head."

A publicity stunt? Hmph.  Sounds like Inspector Vergier has his pantaloons
in a knot.

Fondue: Woeuf...

Phantom R: You're not gonna let that windbag get to you, are you Fondue?
Have I ever led you astray?  We got this in the bag!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Atta boy, Fondue.  Now if I'm not mistaken, we have an 
appointment at the Louvre.

<Oh, I nearly forgot.  Gotta take care of one thing before we head out.
Touch the icon at the top right to open the Terminal Menu.  Here is a 
list of all the rhythm games you've already played.  Just pick one to
play it again.  It's also a place to go to Save or view your current 
status, so be sure to stop by often.>

All set.  Now let's shake it to the Louvre!

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

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Raphael's apartment
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Phantom R: Fete de Paris festivities are about to begin!  Do you know why
there are so many flags out on the streets?  The French flag is said to stand
for liberty, equality, and fraternity, you know.  We fly the flag to remind
us of these important things!  At least once every few years.  Every day?  That
would be overkill.

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf woeuf!

Phantom R: Huh? Fondue! Whoa boy!  Where are you going...

<You can talk to someone by touching them.  Let's try talking to that person 
there.>

Paula: Aw, what a cute little doggie!  And what a...What are you?

Phantom R: H-Hey, M-Madame Paula...Er, eh, eh heh...

Paula: I know you're excited about the Fete de Paris, but isn't it a little 
early to go about in costume?

Phantom R: Costume...right! Heh heh.  Er, I guess I just couldn't wait.

Paula: It's okay, dearie.  I understand.  It's hard, with the Champs-
Elysee and the Eiffel Tower all lit up.  It's a once-in-three-year event!
Of course you want to make the most of it!

Phantom R: Er, right.  You got me.

Paula: Look at me, rambling on like a little old lady.  You know, there's a 
boy just about your age living right here in this apartment!  He's going in
costume too!  Why, you'd get along famously.  I bet you have lots in common.

Phantom R: More than you think.

Whew, that was close.  I almost forgot I was in disguise for a second there.
Note to self: be more careful when I'm out and about in disguise.

Fondue: Woeuf...

Phantom R: Uh-oh!  I'm going to miss my date with destiny!  Better hurry to
the Louvre.

<The top screen (3D Screen) shows our current location.  Use +Control Pad to 
move.
You can also use the Circle Pad to move.  Let's go for a spin.>

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Ghislain: You there.  Have you come across any peculiar medals in the city?
I'm told there's a hidden shop that only sells items in exchange for those 
medals.  And if I'm not mistaken, you can win them by playing rhythm games,
too.  The higher the rank, the more medals you win.

<With a little luck, you can find treasure chests by touching the right spot
on the screen.  Some chests contain medals that you can spend at the shop and
others have music data for background music.  Touch the Touch Screen to search
each area from top to bottom and see how many chests you can find!

Ghislain: Got a medal or two to rub together?  Then listen up.  Just down that
street are two peculiar shops you won't want to miss.  One of 'em, it's got 
stuffed cows and stags and these old sculptures and art.  Gotta wonder what 
the heck they sell!  The other's this old music shop, and the sounds that come
out of that place at night...I stay clear away from there.  But who knows?
If you're looking for something off the beaten path, it doesn't get father
than that.

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Flea Market
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Bernard: Whatever it is, it will have to wait.  I've no time for this right 
now.  Unless...You haven't come to help me complete my masterpiece, the 
legendary musical instrument, have you?  No, of course you haven't.  What
would a boy like you be able to do?  A true craftsman requires perfect pitch
and that isn't easy to come by.  More so when working with such a fine 
instrument.  Oh, you have perfect pitch, do you?  That's what they all say.  
Tell you what.  If you can go find the sounds I need for this instrument, I'll
be convinced.  Show me what you've got and I'll tell you more about my
miraculous masterpiece,

<Touch an object that makes a noise to record its sound.  The sounds you record
are stored in the list at the bottom right.  Touch an icon in the list to play
back sounds from your collection and make your way out of tight spots.
[You recorded the bat.]
<Let's use that sounds we just got.  Touch the icon on the bottom right to 
bring up the list of our sounds.  Now find the "bat" icon and touch to play it.
Give it a shot.>

Bernard: Hmm.  Perhaps you're not completely useless after all.  Very well,
I'll tell you about the master instrument.  It's a mysterious instrument that
actually changes as it hears new sounds.  That's why I need someone to gather
sounds for me.  My shop is just through here.  Come by if you'd like to help.

Oh, you're here.  This is the shop I've set up to craft the Master 
Instrument.  Impressive, I know.  It takes rare talent to craft the Master 
Instrument.  Without further adieu.  Will you seek out the next sound then?
Listen well.  It is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Gushing sound.
Fetch it for me, would you?

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Auban:  Hi, I'm Auban, the store manager of Shop Auban.  A customer!  Who in 
their right...er..Haven't had one of those in a while!  Take your time.
Don't mind the mess.

---

Phantom R: Uh oh!  I'm going to miss by date with destiny!  Better hurry
to the Louvre!

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Grace: What a shame.  I came all this way to the Musee d'Orsay, but it's 
closed.  My horoscope said this was my lucky day...so much for that, I guess.
Say, that outfit looks familiar...I know!  That's a Phantom R costume, isn't
it?  Nice choice, Phantom R is going to be big. Huge! He's practically a legend
already.  Rumor has it he'll be putting on a special performance today at the 
Louvre.

Phantom R: A performance?

Grace: What else would you call theft so deft it becomes art in its own right?
They say he can dazzle with a glance...Not sure I've ever had the pleasure!
But someday. Someday...Maybe I'll pay a visit to the Louvre myself.  Who
knows?  If my horoscope really was right, I might just run into him!

Phantom R: What? No way, Fondue.  Horoscopes are a bunch of baloney.

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Tuileries Garden
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Phantom R: Huh?

Fondue: Woeuf?

Phantom R: Tuileries Garden might seem an ordinary park...and it is.  Except
when the traveling amusement park comes to town!  Papa used to bring me here
when I was a little boy...

Fondue: Rouf rouf!

Phantom R: Gimmie a break, Fondue.  I'm just reminiscing.  I'm not going to cry
on you.  That Bracelet of Tiamat...and the mark on it will lead me to him.  I'm
sure of it.  Y'know, I gotta admit I'm getting kind of excited just thinking
about it.

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Emilie: What a day! I got to ride the Ferris wheel and the merry-go-round so 
many times my head is still spinning!  Mama's gonna buy me a balloon on our
way home! Yippee!

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Maxim: Step right up!  Don't be shy!  If you're looking for a pick-me-up, look
no further than Maxim's one-of-a-kind balloons!  Elastic and made to last,
with enough of these, you could probably fly to the top of the Eiffel Tower!
...But it's not recommended.  Don't let go, either or...WHOOSH!  Gone in the
sky!  You there, in the suit - I think a balloon would be just the lift you
need.

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The Louvre
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Albert: I'll never get sick of seeing this place at night.  It's like a work of
art all on its own!  Hard to go wrong with the Mona Lisa...and the Victoire de
Samonthrace, and the Venis di Milo, and Renoir...*scribble scribble* The art
on display at the Louvre truly stirs the soul.  A visit here should be required
of any budding artist.  Why, I think I'm ready to paint a few masterpieces
myself!

Phantom R:  The Louvre at night is a sight, I'll give him that.  I love it more
each time.

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The Louvre, Main Entry
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Loic: Front of the Louvre, reporting.  No problems here. Yet.

Phantom R: Inspector Vergier's really pulled out all the stops this time.
Better keep sharp.  We won't get far through the front.  Good thing we know 
another way! 

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  Hush, Fondue.  It's not a secret if you tell everyone about it.  
Quick, to the southwest corner!

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The Louvre, Denon Wing
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As I thought.  Security's lighter on the ground out here.  Who would expect
a hidden entrance to the Louvre, one of the best-guarded museums in the world!
Heck, I didn't even expect this.  Gotta wonder who made it, and why...They say
the Louvre is full of mysteries and this is just one...The wonder of it all,
Fondue! The mystery!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: What, me? Cheesy?  You're one to talk, Fondue.  Now, let's get this
thing open!  Hmmm...I think the secret was moving from low to high to reveal a
secret path.  That flashing spot on the relief should get us started.

There, that did it.  Okay, we're doing this one by the book.  You ready,
Fondue?

Fondue: Woeuf!
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Louvre, First Floor - Mesopotamian Sculpture
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Phantom R: The Mesopotamia Exhibit...Which means the Bracelet of Tiamat is 
somewhere in here!  That statue always looks like it's staring at me.  What
was this again?  The Shedu of Sargon II's palace?

Fondue: Grrr...

Phantom R:  Here, don't worry, Fondue.  I'm pretty sure it can't get us.
Still, a bull with wings is pretty wild.  Who thought of that one?  Let's
keep on keeping on, Fondue.  Time to get that bracelet!


Fondue: Woeuf...? Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom R: Huh?  What is it, Fondue?  Hold up, that's a security camera!  That
wasn't there before.  I should have expected them to tighten security after I
warned them.  We could just force out way through, but that wouldn't be very
Phantomesque.  Let's take a little detour.  We'll hit the security room on the
Second floor.  I'll bet we can fake out that camera!

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2F - Art Display Corridor
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Phantom R: Fondue, quiet!

Fondue: Woeuf?

Phantom R:  Check it out.  Looks like they upped the number of guards on 
patrol, too.  You know, I bet we could use those statues to get where we need 
to go! What's life without a little risk, eh, Fondue?

Fondue: Woeuf!

[R02 happens]

Phantom R: Success!  Okay, into the Security Room!

Rattle...Rattle...

Phantom R:  Huh? It won't open.  That's odd.

Fondue:  Woeuf!  woeuf woeuf!

Phantom R: Later, Fondue.  Can't you see I'm a little busy right now?

Fondue: Woeuf!

*click*

Phantom R: Whoa, Fondue!  Don't just go pressing any old button...

Security: SPEAK! SPEAK!  VOICE DETECTED, CONFIRMING IDENTITY...
"........."
ERROR! UNAUTHORIZED VOICE.  

Phantom R: Whew...That was a close one.  No more buttons, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf...

Phantom R:  They never had a voice recognition lock before.  This must be
inspector Vergier's doing.  They just HAD to use sound-activated security
locks....Hmm.  I'm guessing they only let in the guards the system knows.
Maybe we can convince one to put in a good word for us.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Let's find us a guard, Fondue.

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French Paintings
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Phantom R: Shh! There's a guard over there!

Joseph: ...Zzz...zzz...

Phantom R: I think he's alseep!

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom: Perfect!  I'll just use my recorder here and get a sample...

[You recorded the Snore]

Phantom R:  Got it!  Back to the Security Room.

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Security room
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Security: VOICE DETECTED. HELLO, JOSEPH. HOW IS YOUR PATROL GOING? RELEASING
LOCK.

Phantom R: Easier said than done!  Let's let ourselves in, shall we?

[inside security room]
Phantom R: Hmm...There should be a camera control panel around here
somewhere...

Fondue: *sniff* Woeuf!?

Phantom R:  Nice going, Fondue!  Who knew it would be the panel 
would the flashing red light on it?

Phantom R:  This the one?  Right!  This dummy clip should work.  
We've only got about five minutes of airtime, so let's get downstairs,
pronto!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  Finally, time to make that bracelet ours.

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[1F]
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Phantom R: Finally, time to make that bracelet ours.

Fondue: Rouf! Rouf!

Phantom R: Fondue?  What's up?  Huh?  There's something on the floor over
there.  A notebook?

[checks notebook]

Phantom R: Joseph...?  That's the security guard we caught snoozing!  Check it
out...
[Security Guard's Notebook
Password Change memo
Press the button and listen well! Most buttons will have a pair.  
You want the one that doesn't.]

Phantom R: Looks like instructions for shutting down security, but security
for what? Press the button that is the odd one out?  Sounds simple enough.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  Info like that just might come in handy.

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Mesopotamian Case
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Phantom R:  C'mon, bracelet...

This is it.  There's the mark, just like in the paper!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: I know, Fondue.  Another security panel, right?  Hold on - I bet 
that notebook was talking about this security panel.  Right...So I was 
supposed to press the one that does not have a pair, was it?  Well, let's give
it a shot!


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Crack the Security Code++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
The notebook said to find the sound that does not match
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R:  I think it's deactivated.  Thanks for Monsieur Joseph!  Our work 
here is done, Fondue.  Time to make our grand exit out the pyramid in front!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Movie 4 - Inspector Vergier
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Vergier: Stop right there, Phantom R! For the appropriation of cultural 
artifacts...I arrest you!

Raphael: Inspector Vergier!

Vergier: That mark upon the bracelet...You will tell me everything!  Today we 
get to the bottom!  Voila, the famed Paris Roller Skate Brigade.  Escape is not
an option. Go, get him!

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R03 - Le Getaway
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Vergier
- Today you rot in jail!
- I'll see you in chains, Phantom R!

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Paris, Place Vendome
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Phantom R:  I'll hand it to Vergier...He really knows how to throw a party!

Fondue: Wooo-Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom R:  I know, Fondue, but the best dancers always stay a step ahead of
the competition.

Fondue: Woeuf...

Phantom R: Scared? Me?  I'm having way too much fun being Phantom R to be 
scared!  Speaking of which, I wonder what this "incident" he was talking
about is.  We've got the bracelet.  Time to go home and ponder.  You do
much pondering, Fondue?

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Tuileries Garden
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Grace: I made it all the way to the Louvre, but the constables wouldn't let me
get close enough to see Phantom R.

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Loic:  Musee d'Orsay Station, checking in.  No sign of Phantom R here.  I'll
keep looking.

Phantom R:  Looks like the checkpoints are already up...Better find a different
route.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  Think of it as an excuse to take a night time stroll through Paris!

---

Ghislain: Did you know you could go shopping straight from the controls screen 
before a rhythm game?  And it's not just the usual items that are up for
sale.  Definitely worth taking a look.
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Place de la Concorde
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Movie 5 - Meeting Marie
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Emilie: My balloon! My balloon!

Girl: There, don't cry...[plays a bit of Moon Princess, Emilie calms down]

Raphael: Here you go.

Emilie: Merci! Thank you!

Raphael: Oh man, don't they ever give up?

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Champs-Elysees
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Phantom R: Another checkpoint.  The constables mean business tonight.

Sarah: Excuse moi, constable.  I was wondering if you could help?

Eric:  Of course, madam!  If there is anything I can do to further the peace
of Paris, you need only say it!

Sarah: It's my dog, my precious Sapphire!  She has gone missing.
Will you help me find her?

Eric:  It would be my pleasure, Madame.  A dog named Sapphire must be a
treasure indeed!  Tell me, what breed is your dog?

Sarah: My sweet Sapphire is a purebred bulldog!  A beauty, like her owner, you
see?

Eric: A b-bulldog!?  Buh-buh-buh...B-Beg Y-Your pardon, Madame...But I am 
cuh-currently on the lookout for the notorious Phantom R, and I may not 
leave my post.  Not even for...a dog.  I am sorry, but I am sure another 
constable will be able to assist you.  Good day, Madame! Good day.

Sarah: Alors, did he not just say he would do anything to help?  The 
constables these days, what are they good for?

Eric:  Are yai yai!  That was too close.  A buh-buh-bulldog!  Just my luck.
*shiver*

Phantom R:  There's more to this constable than meets the eye...or maybe it's 
less.

Sarah: Sacre bulldog!  A constable who will not help a damsel in distress!
Is this what we pay for?  Ooh, but where-o-where has my Sapphire gone?
What will I do without her?

Phantom R:  If I didn't know any better, I'd say that constable has a bit of 
a dog phobia.  Hey Fondue, try barking!

Fondue: Worrrrr...Woeuf! Woeuf!

Eric: Aye yai yai...W-was  that a dog barking?  No matter! I will not abandon
my post!  Inspector Vergier would make me the laughing stock of Paris.

Phantom R:  Hmm, that didn't go as expected.  I guess not all barks are made
equal.

Fondue: Woeuuuf.

Phantom R: Sorry, Fondue, you're just too likeable!  This bulldog Sapphire,
however...What say we find her?

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Place de la Concorde
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Matthias: Wow, I tell you: nothing puts a pep in your jogging step like a 
bulldog nipping at your heels.  Someone leash that thing!  Stay away from
the right-hand-side of that fountain over there.  Unless you want to be chow.

<Phantom R:  When there is an icon at the sides of the Touch Screen, touch it
and slide it left and right to look around.>
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Charles:  Bonsoir.  A ferocious bulldog?  I think I saw it on the left
earlier...

There's just something in the air.  A certain...I don't know what.  The city
is steeped in tradition and lore, if you only know where to look...Have you
ever heard of the Phantom Notes?

<Phantom R:  Pieces of the Phantom Notes are hidden throughout Paris.  If you 
hear the "do" note play when you touch the screen a piece is nearby.  Find the
"re" and "mi" notes!>

Charles:  The Phantom notes are hidden around Paris and people say it is the 
most wonderful music when played, but no one has ever managed to play it 
before.  How to find the music scrap is known, but the question is, where 
those pieces are...I have heard there are 18 pieces of the music scrap.  
Try and seem them all out.  If you can pieces the Phantom Notes together, and 
play me the tune, I'll give you a truly stunning reward.  Now, however, I must 
be going.  Good luck finding that bulldog.

---

Stephanie:  Pardon me, but this is the Place de la Concorde, isn't it?

Phantom R: The one and only.

Stephanie: Finally!  I thought I'd never find it.  I'm here on holiday from 
London.  I've already been to the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysees, and
the Eiffel Tower.  This is where Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were executed
at the end of the French Revolution, you know.  I wanted to see what it was
like.  You'd never know such a beautiful place had such a terrifying history.
That tall spire over there - is that the Obelisk?

Phantom R: Yes! It's a treasure from ancient Egypt.

Stephanie:  Yes, it's all right here in my guidebook.  Can you imagine a 
more picturesque scene?  Not that Paris has any shortage of scenery.  I can
hardly wait to see what I stumble upon next.

---

Emilie:  Thanks for helping me out!

---

[you recorded the bulldog]

Phantom R:  Good stuff!  And boy, it's true what she said - that bulldog
was her owner's spitting image!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  I have a feeling this bark will take us places, Fondue.  
Let's see what our friendly constable thinks of it!
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Champs-Elysees
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Eric: Z-Z-Zut alors!  That sound! That bark! Buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh...
It cannot be...But it is! A b-bulldog!!! Ayueeeeeeeeeeee! [runs away]

Phantom R:  Wow Fondue.  Maybe a bulldog bit him when he was a kid?  
I almost feel bad for him.  Almost. Time to get through while the getting's 
good.  We can get to the Point Alexandre III via FDR Avenue.

Sarah:  I must be hearing things.  I could've sworn I just heard my 
precious Sapphire!

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FDR Station
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Jeanne: Have you heard of Phantom R, who stalks the city?  What if he should 
whisk me away to his secret hideout and charm me with his ruffian wiles?!
What's a damsel to do?!

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FDR Avenue
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Raymond:  Eh heh heh. Wanna hear something...interesting?  Been some fellows
in medieval armor wandering around these parts of late.  Whispering something
about revolution!  Shh!  you can't tell a soul! It'll be our little secret.

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Movie 6 - The Chevaliers Diabolique
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Girl: Help!

Phantom R: The...girl from the park?

[notices her violin]

Phantom R: Hey that's the same mark!

Girl: Please, help me!

Phantom R: Who are you!?

Napoleon: I am Napoleon, your emperor.  You'd be wise to kneel boy!

Phantom R: This some kind of reenactment?  You can't possibly be Napoleon. 
He died two centuries ago.

Napoleon: There is a power in this world which clearly defies your pitiful 
imagination, mon ami.  Now then ma petite cherie!  You will return the Dragon 
Crown to its rightful owner!

Girl: What are you talking about?!

Napoleon: The times, they change, but people?  Never.  Always the ignorant 
cretins getting in the way of greatness!  To arms, my loyal servants!

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R04 - Battle Diabolique
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Phantom R
- Whatever happened to chivalry? Let's go!

Napoleon
- Enough child's play. To battle! 

- What are you doing? Quickly! Vite vite!

Phantom R
- Someone's not feeling it!

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Movie 7 - Phantom R Makes Himself Scarce
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Phantom R: Pardon me! Come on!

Girl: What?

Napoleon: Quoi?

[Raphael jumps across ships to the other side while holding the girl]

Napoleon: Miserable monkey!

There we go!  Show's over, folks!

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That night was the start of everything.  The mystery of the mark my father
left, Napoleon's lost "treasure," and the crown that was a map to a key...
Little did I know what adventures were in store for me!




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Chapter 2 - On the Trail of the Mark                                       C2PR
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Phantom R: Whew.  Looks like we shook them off.  Who were those guys, anyway?
And what was all that about Napoleon?

Marie: Um...

Phantom R:  Huh?  Oh...did you say something?

Marie: No!  Just...thank you.

Phantom R: All in a good night's work.  Sorry, I haven't introduced myself.
The name's R.  Phantom R...and this is my trusty sidekick, Fondue.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Marie: What? You...You're THE Phantom R?

Phantom R:  In the flesh! Er, but don't get the wrong idea. I don't steal 
just anything.  Only the artworks I really need.  If you don't mind me asking,
where are you headed?

Marie:  Home.  As quickly as possible.

Phantom R:  I don't think that's such a good idea.  Those knights are probably
out there, scouring the streets.  I've got an idea!  How about you come to my
place?  It's a little rundown, but they'll never find you there.

Marie: Oh...I wouldn't want to intrude...

Phantom R:  No problem at all.  Er, as long as you don't report me to the 
constables.

Marie: Hee hee!  I can't turn you in!  You saved my life.  My name's Marie.
And I'm pleased to meet you, Phantom R.

Phantom R:  Likewise.  Okay Marie, follow close.  I'll show you the way.

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outside Raphael's Apartment
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Phantom R: Here we are!

Marie: Are you sure it's ok, me dropping in like that?  Your family won't mind?

Phantom R:  Not a problem.  Fondue's the only family I've got.  My dad left
about three years, and my mom died in a car accident when I was a kid.

Marie: Oh, I'm so sorry!

Phantom R: Hey, no worries.  Come on in.

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inside Raphael's apartment
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Phantom R: Oh, er, hang on.  There!

Raphael: This is the real me.  My name's Raphael.

Marie: Well, nice to meet you again then, Raphael.  Guess it's easier for you
to hide in plain sight dressed like this.  You know, we actually have something
in common, Raphael.  I don't have a family, either.  I was left on a convent's 
doorstep as a baby.  I don't even know what my mother looks like. My only 
possession was this...The violin left on the step by my side.  I've always 
dreamed that one day I'd become a famous violinist...and my mother would 
recognize me.  There has to be a reason she left the violin, right?

Raphael:  Maybe she knew you'd have talent?  Do you think I could see your 
violin for a second, Marie?

Marie: Sure.

Raphael:  This violin was resonating with the Bracelet of Tiamat...What does it
mean?  Huh?  A switch?
*click*
The strings...!They're glowing?  Wait...There's a pattern!  Maybe if we match
it on the violin something will happen!


++++++++++++++++++++++++Solve the Riddle of the Violin+++++++++++++++++++++++++
Learn how to make the violin's strings glow, then touch each string with expert
timing
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Raphael: Whoa!  Hmm...Looks like letters of some kind.  "The Dragon Crown
sleeps at the foot of the Holy Mother, lulled by the princess of the moon."
The Dragon Crown...?  Weren't those knights saying something about that?

Marie:  Napoleon's lost treasure!

Raphael: What's this about a "princess of the moon," then?

Marie: Actually...I think it's the title of a song.

Raphael: Huh?

Marie: Something else was left at the convent along with the violin, 
Raphael...A musical score.  The song was called "Moon Princess."

Raphael: Okay, so if "Moon Princess" is a song, what's the Holy Mother?  

Marie: Well, maybe it's talking about Mother Mary?

Raphael: Mother Mary...Mother Mary...Say, doesn't "Notre Dam" mean the 
Mother Mary?

Marie: Yes! "Our Lady," the Mother Mary!

Raphael:  I think we should pay Notre Dame Cathedral a visit on our way
back to the convent tomorrow.  Who knows what we might discover?

[morning]
[Marie plays a bit of Moon Princess on her violin]

Raphael: Good morning, Marie...you play beautifully!

Marie: Oh, I'm sorry.  Did I wake you?

Raphael: Don't be sorry!  I can't think of a better sound to wake up to.

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Raphael: Fondue agrees.

Marie: Well, thank you both, then.

Raphael: Let's get ready to hit the street, shall we?  We got a big day ahead
of us!  We might just find out the truth behind the strange code on the 
violin...
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Outside Raphael's apartment
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Raphael: Morning, Madame Paula.

Paula: Good morning to you, Raphie!

Raphael: Um, could you stop calling me that?  My name's Raphael.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Paula: My, my! A very good morning to you, too, Fondue!

Marie: Good morning, Madame.

Raphael: Finally, someone with some manners!  Aren't you a dear! Good
morning!

Marie: My name's Marie.  I'm one of Raphael's friends since, er, since last 
night.

Paula: Well, I turn my head for one moment and off you go making friends, 
Raphie!  You treat her right, understand?

Raphael: Yes, um, well, we're not, I mean...We're headed out!

Paula: Oh? Well, there have been some very strange people on the streets
lately, so be careful!

Raphael: Thanks.  You, too, Madame Paula.

Marie: Tee hee! Wouldn't Madame Paula be surprised to learn about your
alter-ego.

Raphael: Surprised?  She's worry herself sick about me.  Not to mention
chew me out.

Marie: I can't really blame her.  It's not like you have the safest career.
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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Simon: Ho ho!  If it isn't Raphael!  Out on a date?

Raphael:  Good morning, Simon.  No, it's not a date, thank you very much.
But I'm afraid I can't help at the store.

Simon: Pas de probleme, as they say!  Don't you worry about me, I'll be fine
on my own today!

Raphael: Thanks!

Simon: Aha ha ha!  It's me who should be thanking you!  I couldn't do what
I do without you.

Raphael: I'll be back to help as soon as I can, I promise!

Simon: Have fun!
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Place Henri-Mondor
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Ghislain: Did you know you could buy rhythm games from areas you can't get to
anymore from the shop?  But if you missed any sounds from those places,
you're out of luck, so touch, touch, touch!
---

Raphael: Hello, Natalie.

Natalie: Good morning, Raphael!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Marie: Good morning.

Natalie: I see there's three of you today!  What fun!  In the mood for the
usual macaron?  They're freshly baked!

Raphael: How could I say "non" to that?  Your macarons are the best, Natalie.

Natalie: Well, someone's been practicing their flattery, I see!  You know,
even today, whenever I eat a macaron, I am reminded of your dear mama.  How
long has it been...?

Raphael: ...

Natalie: Look at me!  A soggy cloud on this beautiful day!  Luckily, there's
a cure for the blues, and it's a macaron!  Take this with you.

---

Desire: Oh my!  That's quite the dog you've got.  Alastian Cheesehund, am I
right?  Why not enter the world dog show tryouts?

Raphael: A world dog show...?

Desire: You haven't heard?  It's taking place in a month, right here in
Paris. It's quite the event.  The competition this year is the "Big 
Meat Catch"!  A true test of the bond between dog and master!  You know, 
the battle for Notre Dame area representative is going on right now!  You 
and your dog should try out!

Raphael: What do you think, Fondue?

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R05 - Bon appetit
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Raphael:
- Let's go Fondue!
- Right on!
- That's the ticket!

Fondue: Woeuf!
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Desire: That was superb!  A true tour de force!  I can tell you and your dog
work well together.  I'll let you know the selection committee's results by
mail.  Just write your address here...

Raphael: ...There you go!

Desire: Thanks!  With your record, I wouldn't be surprised if you and your
pooch end up going places!

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Petit Pont
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Marie: Tee hee!

Raphael: What's so funny, Marie?

Marie: Oh, I'm sorry!  It's just, I feel like I'm seeing the real Raphael...

Raphael: And...that's funny?

Marie: No, no!  But you are very different from Phantom R.  It's kind of,
well...a relief.

---

Lazare: With the cathedral here, Petit Pont is one of the busiest bridges in
town.  Tourism is good for the city, of course, but it certainly keeps us
constables busy!  Which takes our minds off the embarrassment to the bureau
which is Phantom R...It is in these little ways that we improve the lives of
all the Parisians.  It is our calling, our duty, our pleasure.  Did you know
that our headquarters are in the Paris Constabulary, right next to the Notre 
Dame herself?  The inspector is an inspiration to us all!  I only hope that,
some day, I can rise to his level of manic busyness!

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Notre Dame Cathedral
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Marie: This place sure is quite in the morning...

Raphael: It won't be when the tourists start arriving.  Let's take a look
around while the looking's good!  "The Dragon Crown sleeps at the foot of the
Holy Mother, lulled by the princess."  I got a feeling we're on the right
track!

[outfit change]

Phantom R: Let's go, Marie.

---

Hubert: Did you know it took over two hundred years to construct the Notre 
Dame Cathedral?  What better way to honor the Mother Mary?  Many tourists
come to see the famous relief of the Last Judgement in the entrance to the
cathedral.  And not just tourists!  Notre Dame is quite a popular destination
for the faithful as well.  It's my job to make them feel welcome in this place
of worship.  You might try offering a prayer yourself.

---

Bruno: Zut, zut, zut alors!

Phantom R: Something wrong?

Bruno: I just opened a second location for my famous Militaire restaurant...
And the customers, they don't stop coming!  Which is good, of course.  Not so
good is when your head chef quits after one day.  Perhaps I was too strict?
Now we are booked for dinner tonight, and I have no one behind the stove!
How can I turn my customers away?  What am I to do?  You, do you cook?  If 
you do, will you help me?  Just for today!  I beg you, Monsieur!

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R06 - Rhythm Kitchen
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Bruno
- Let's see how you cook!
- You-You've got good hands!
- The food! She smiles! [subtitles: The food! It smiles!]
- You're a chef of steel...no, iron!
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Bruno: When I asked if you cooked, I did not expect a chef of iron!  You must
cook for me, you must! Please, consider it at least!

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Inside the cathedral
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Marie: Look, a stained-glass window of the Mother Mary.  It's...beautiful.

Phantom R: "The Dragon Crown sleeps at the foot of the Holy Mother, lulled
by the princess..." Hmm.  Wait!  That's it!  The song!  Marie, your violin!

Marie: What?

Phantom R:  You can play Moon Princess, right?  Play it now!

[R07 happens]

Phantom R: See?  The stained-glass window is reverberating to the sound of the
violin!  Look how the panes react to the sound.  There's more to this window
than meets the eye!

+++++++++++++++++++++Solve the Riddle of the Stained Glass+++++++++++++++++++++
Learn which sounds resonate with the glass and then touch the glass to solve
the mystery
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: A hidden compartment!  Hold on, there's something inside.  Got it!
Let's see...

Marie: Think it's the Dragon Crown?

Phantom R: I dunno...It looks kind of, well, incomplete.  The metal 
feels...odd.  Not iron, and I don't think it's brass, either.  What could it 
be made of?

Napoleon: Well done, my little friend!  Merci for finding the crown for us.

Phantom R: You again!

Napoleon: Us again.  As long as you remain in Paris, you remain within my
domain!  Now, give us the crown.

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R08 - Destroyer Diabolque
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Napoleon:
Now the gloves come off! Now, take him down.

Marie: Be careful! [subtitles: Careful!]
Phantom R: For you Marie? Always!

Napoleon: Child! [subtitles: infant!]
Show him no mercy!

Phantom R: Learn some new steps, boys!

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Movie 8 - Escape from Notre Dame
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Marie: Phantom R! Help!

Phantom R: Marie! 
Arg...[subtitles: Marie!]
You're going to let her go, now!
[a shining light emits from the Bracelet of Tiamat, which Raphael is wearing]

Napoleon: But that is...that is impossible!

Phantom R: I'll be taking the dragon Crown!

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Phantom R: We should be safe here.  You okay, Marie?

Marie: I'm fine, thanks.

[changes outfit]
Raphael:  Wow...What was that?  It only lasted a minute, but I had this strange
sensation of an incredible power.  Did I just imagine that? Nah...

Marie: What is it, Raphael?

Raphael: It's...nothing.  We've got the Dragon Crown...You should be getting
home, Marie.  Which convent did you grow up in?

Marie: St. Loure.  It's not far from here.

Raphael: St. Loure Convent?  You're right, that's not far at all.  Let's go!

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Rue Livio
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Alban: Magnificent!  No, spectacular!

Marie: Alban?  Did I miss something?

Alban: Ooh! Bonjour, Mademoiselle Marie!  And good morning to you, sir.  Allow
me to sing to you a moment of the fine qualities of wine.  By which I mean 
Bordeaux.  Is there any other? Non.

Marie:  Isn't it a little early in the day to be discussing wine?

Alban: It is never too early to speak of wine in Paris!  You will understand
one day, ma petite.

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Rue Rambuteau
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Josette: Marie! I was so worried...Where did you go yesterday?

Marie: I'm so sorry! I...A lot happened.

Josette: I'm sure it did, and there's no need to explain.  I trust you had your
reasons.  You should hurry to the convent, though!

Marie: You're right, I wouldn't want them to worry any more than they already
have!  Thank you, Josette!

Raphael: Who was that?

Marie: That was Josette, a true friend.  She grew up with me at the convent.
Always looking out for me.

Raphael: Friends are a good thing to have!  Let's get you home before you lose
any.

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Rue des Francs-Bourgeois
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Baby: Waaah! Waaah!

Celine: There, there, what's wrong now?  Did something bother you?  You know
why kids are so cute?  Self-preservation.  Because if this baby wasn't so cute,
I'd...She gets her sensitivity from me.  I think a noise must have startled
her...

Marie: I could try holding her for a bit, if you'd like.  I took care of lots
of children at the convent!

Celine: But she's not very good with strangers...She gets that from me, too,
I suppose.  Still, it couldn't hurt to try.

Baby: Waaah! Waaah!

Raphael: Sorry, Marie. Looks like even your talents aren't enough for this
one.

Celine: Hmmm.  She always sleeps if I sing her a lullaby, though.

Raphael: Is there something that makes her happy?

Celine: Oh, the only thing that ever works is her rattle.  It's the sound
of the thing, I think.  It makes her smile every time!  That heavenly smile...

Raphael: A rattle, huh?  Wonder if we can find one around here?  Let's check
it out!

[play the rattle sound]

Baby: Coo! Coo!

Celine: Thank you!  Just look at that smile! So much like mine...

Marie: It is a cute smile.

Raphael: Well, that baby was a bit of a speed bump.  We need to get you back
to the convent!

[talk to Celine again]
Celine: Thank you so much!  She's gotten used to the outdoors and never cries
at all anymore!
Baby: Coo! Coo!

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St. Loure Convent
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Jean-Francois: Marie!  Where have you been?  I was worried sick!

Marie: I'm sorry, Jean-Francois.  I was attacked yesterday in the city, but
Raphael rescued me!

Jean-Francois: Attacked? By whom?

Marie: Er...

Raphael:  We don't know.  It was already dark, and they fled "toot-sweet.'

Jean-Francois: The tooter the sweeter, with all people like that.  I'm glad
you're both well.  Raphael, I presume?  I've always known Marie had a
guardian angel, but I never expected him to be so snappily dressed.  And your
luck continues, Marie.  I have most excellent news for you.

Marie: Oh? What is it?

Jean-Francois: Patience, ma chere.  We'll talk inside.

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Inside
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Jean-Francois: As it happens, I've found someone who very well may be your
mother.

Marie: My mother! Really?

Jean Francois: Her name is Elisabeth - a duchess from a rather well-established
family.  Even for Paris.

Marie: The Duchess...Elisabeth?

Jean-Francois: Tomorrow afternoon, we will meet her before the show at the
Paris Opera. 

Marie: For real!?  I get to meet my mother...After all these years, my real
mother!

Jean-Francois: I'm afraid I've some business to attend to, but feel free to
stay as long as you like.  Later then, Marie.  Raphael.

Raphael: Jean-Francois, was it? Seems like a nice guy.

Marie: Oh, he's very nice.  Always donates his money and time to the convent
and to help the poor.  I wouldn't have been able to take violin lessons if it
wasn't for him!

Raphael: Hey, congrats on finding your mother, too!  Pretty exciting, huh?

Marie: I know!  I have to admit, I'm a little nervous...But no way could I 
pass up this chance!

Raphael: I'm sure it'll go great, Marie.

Marie: Thanks, Raphael.

[leaves the room]

Raphael: There has to be something to this mark...the one on this bracelet I 
stole, and the one my father left.  Inspector Vergier seemed interested in the
mark, for that matter.  Also, what's up with this incident I keep hearing
about?  Maybe it's all connected?  Maybe if I look into this incident, I'll
find a lead to my father...I think I'll take a little detour on the way home 
today.

[outfit change]

Phantom R: Time to pay the Paris Constabulary a little visit!

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Rue Livio
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Ghislain: Did you know that songs you've heard can be scattered throughout
Paris?  Medals aren't the only treasure the city hides!  Sit back in the
gallery and let the sounds and music of the city wash over you!

---

Phantom R: Hey, you got a minute?

Alban: Bravo! Bravo!

Phantom R: It's no good.  He's got horses on the brain.
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Paris Constabulary
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Phantom R: ...And the Constabulary is well-guarded, as one might expect.  I'd
be the laughing stock of the phantom community if I got caught breaking in 
here!  Time to bring the sneak, Fondue.

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R09 - Sneaking and Entering
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Phantom R
- Security's tight around here. Let's go Fondue!
Fondue
- Woeuf! Woeuf!

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Inside
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Phantom R: Now that we're in...Where's Inspector Vergier's room?

Fondue: Woo-woeuf!

Phantom R: You got his scent?  Atta boy, Fondue!  Let's do this!

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Next room
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Phantom R: Stop, Fondue! Inspector Vergier!  Let's listen in, shall we?

Vergier: I will go talk to the commissioner.  Our failure to capture
Phantom R at the Louvre is my failure.  Someone has to be there for him to
chew out, you know?

Loic: I understand...but are you sure you can handle this?  You've not been
home in days, yes?

Vergier: Harumph.  Work comes first.

Loic:  I'll be frank, Paul.  You've been on this case non-stop since your wife
passed.  Don't you think your kid deserves some of your time?

Vergier: I appreciate your concern.  I worry about that, too.  But we have to
take things one at a time, you see?  First, we solve this case.  You've got 
the desk while I'm out.

Loic: Whatever you say, Inspector.

Phantom R: Good thing Inspector Vergier's dedication takes him out of his 
office once in a while.  Now's our chance.  Let's find his office, quick!
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Down the hallway
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Phantom R: Got a bead on where it is, Fondue?

Fondue: Woeurrrf...

Phantom R: Hmm, his scent's spread too much to tell?  No problem, we'll just
have to take it one room at a time.

>Choose the wrong door
>Phantom R: This doesn't look like the right room.  Better keep looking.
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Vergier's Office
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Phantom R: Well, this is the inspector's office...But what a mess! There are
documents everywhere!  Some people work way too hard, Fondue.  Maybe there's 
a master file around here someplace.  Of course, that would be the only one
he'd take the trouble to hide.

This safe's locked.  Tugging hard's not going to work.  We need the
combination. 

Hmm...some memos.  Maybe there's something in here...?  305364?  Think that
could be the combination?

Can't hurt to try it out! 305364...right.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Open Vergier's Safe++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Touch the icon on the safe to spin the dial.  Touch them again to input the 
code.  Punch in 305364 with the right rhythm to open the safe
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: That's more like it!  How much you want to bet these are case files?
There's two...this one looks like my case.  So what's the other?  The Mystere
Incident?  The first entry is dated three years ago.  
"I've discovered a link between a string of artwork thefts we thought were 
unrelated."
"The link is a mark found on each piece."
"Why were all the artworks and antiquities which bore this mark stolen?"
"Our investigation so far has turned up nothing."
"I am grouping these mysterious thefts into one case file: Mystere Incident."

Hmm.  Whoa! This mark is the same as the one my father left!  No wonder
Inspector Vergier thinks I was involved!  I mean, I am involved, but only 
pretty recently.  And now I find another mystery; this name that keeps
popping up in all these files.  Who the heck is "Graf"?  

"Graf is the key player in all this, as expected."
"Now there's pressure on our investigation.  Graf's doing, perhaps?"

The name's all over the place...But it doesn't look like Inspector Vergier
knows who it is, either. ...I don't have much more time.  Hmm...I wonder 
what the last record is?  Here we go!  The date's three years ago.  Location...
Les Invalides.  Stolen property was...a casket!?  And it lists an occupant!
*gulp* Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte!?  Didn't the guy who attacked Marie call
himself Napoleon?  No way...I think I've learned everything I'm going to from
these files.  Time to make ourselves scarce, Fondue.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Movie 9 - Charlie, Private Eye
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[a soccer ball comes flying at Phantom R]

Phantom R: Whoa!  Was that on purpose?

Charlie: You've got guts, Phantom R!  Trespassing in constabulary HQ? 
I will apprehend you now, and prove my worth in the process.

Phantom R: What are you talking about?  You don't look like a constable to me.

Charlie: I would never be a constable! I am Charlie, private eye. So you come
quietly?  Or do you require a penalty kick to the head?

Phantom R: Is neither an option?

Charlie: No! So I will chose for you!

[R10 takes place]

Charlie: Ack!

Phantom R: You're scoring for the wrong team, Charlie!  Let's cheese it, 
Fondue!

Fondue: Wouef!




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Chapter 3: The Darkness of Les Invalides                                   C3PR
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Phantom R: The Mystere Incident ended with the theft of that case.  Maybe
there are some clues to be found at Les Invalides?  Get to the bottom of this
"Mystere" and I may just find my dad!  Fondue!  To Les Invalides!

Fondue: Woeuf!
--
Ghislain: Did you know completing the Master Instrument and the Phantom Notes
open new story branches?  But only the most dedicated can hope to accomplish
such feats.

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Rue de Conti
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Colette: I'm sorry, can you spare a moment?

Phantom R: Huh? Me?

Colette: Pleased to meet you!  I'm Colette, from Eiffel Bugle.  I'm doing a 
piece on the sensation that is Phantom R and I need an "Opinion from the
Street". *click!* *click!*

Phantom R: You mean right now!?

Colette: Phantom R's exploits have shocked Paris and the world.  So, do you
think he does it for the money, or just for fun?

Phantom R: Uh...Gee...I dunno?

Colette: We've heard that he broke into the Louvre the other night and stole
the Bracelet of Tiamat from the Mesopotamia Exhibit.  Do you think that's
"acceptable" behavior?  If you could say one thing to Phantom R, as a citizen
of Paris, what would it be?

Phantom R: Erm, sorry, but I'm kind of busy. [flees]

Colette: "Erm, sorry, but I'm..." Huh? That's a funny thing to...hey! Wait! 
We're not finished!  Hopeless!  I'm never going to get a front-page scoop
at this rate.  Unless...I could interview Phantom R in person!

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Matthias: That dog of yours is a real charmer.  And I should know...I see my 
share of pets as I jog through the city.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Natalie: There are plenty of markets in Paris, but THE market is just ahead.
Vegetables, meats, fruits, eggs...the veritable kitchen pantry of Paris! And
so affordable! This meat in particular is braised right here, in the shop.  
You've never had something to tender, so juicy!  Every home-keeper worth their
salt knows this place is the place to come when you want quality.

Fondue: Wuf wuf wuf wuf!

Natalie: Looks like your dog is hungry!  I can hardly blame him!  Even I start
drooling when I hear the sizzle of a fine flank steak!  Careful, they sell
out quick!

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The Market
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Jean: Well, hello there!  Can I interest you in one of my fine, feathered
friends?  You'll never oversleep again!

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Notre Dame Cathedral
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Hubert: Something truly terrible has happened at Notre Dame!  It is because of
my own lack of faith...Please, forgive me!  I promise to never doodle in my
hymnal book again!

---

Bruno: You have considered my offer?

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Paris Constabulary
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Eric: Greetings!  Your friendly neighborhood constable, here!  Protecting 
Paris, 24/7!  No matter what the trouble!

Phantom R: When he's not cowering behind the bushes, that is...

Eric: Hmm?  Sorry, didn't catch that.  If it concerns the safety of my beloved
Paris, let me know!

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Raphael's Apartment
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Paula: You're the boy from the other day.  Going out?  Heading to the museums
of Les Invalides?  What a hardworking young man you are!  It's a pity Raphie
doesn't take his studies as seriously as you do.

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Simone: Um, yes?  I'm a little busy preparing for tomorrow.  Can whatever this
is wait until later?  What am I preparing for?  Well, that's for me to know and
you to find out.  Not that you will.

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Place de la Concorde
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Stephanie: You have to love a city like Paris, where artists are free, no,
encouraged to express themselves everywhere!  For example, I heard someone
playing the violin here yesterday and the sound was exquisite!

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Champs-Elysees
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Grace: My horoscope said that my "lucky object" for the day is a "stylish
artwork."  Pretty vague, huh?  But I figured if any place has stylish artworks,
it's the Champs-Elysees!  Of course, I got here too early.  The most famous
artists' shops aren't even open yet!

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Pont Alexandre III
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Raymond: Hee hee hee.  Guess what?  You've heard of those knights calling for
revolution in Paris?  Well, their secret hideout is underground! Really!
Shhh!  Don't tell anyone.  Did I mention it's a secret?

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Hotel de Cillon
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Jeanne: Did you hear there's some sort of nobility party planned in this hotel?
Nobles from around the world are attending!  What if some handsome gent comes
and sweeps me off my feat?  What's a maiden to do!?

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Tuileries Garden
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Maxim: Step right up!  Don't be shy!  If you're looking for a pick-me-up, look
no further than Maxim's one-of-a-kind-balloons!  With one of these in your 
hand, you can take the festival with you!  What do you say?  Care to buy one?

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Place Vendome
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Cedric: You here to buy some snacks, too?  Sorry, but I just bought 'em all!
They're sold out! Muwah ha ha ha ha ha!

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Musee Rodin
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Jacob: Bonjour!  It is I, the helpful postal clerk, delivering love from east
to west, morning to night!  Have you anything to deliver?  We can handle 
anything from the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower...with love!

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Les Invalides
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Phantom R: This is the place.  Les Invalides was converted to a military 
museum...The casket of Napoleon sleeps within.  Gotta wonder what secrets sleep
with it.  Huh, Fondue.

Fondue: Woeurf.

Phantom R: Well, no point in sitting here wondering.  Let's get to that casket!

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Inside Les Invalides
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Phantom R: So this is Napoleon's casket, huh?  It's pretty big.  How could
anyone even move this?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: What's that, Fondue?  You're catching the Chevalier's scent...
from beneath the casket!?  How is that even possible?  The casket won't...even
...huh?  Looks like an old trick lock!  So we connect the Ns on both ends?
Let's open 'er up and see what's below!

+++++++++++++++++++++++++Solve the Riddle of the Coffin++++++++++++++++++++++++
Rotate the panels to create a path linking the left side to the right side.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: An underground passage!  What could they be doing down here?

Fondue: Woeurrrf...

Phantom R: Hey, Fondue!  Don't be scared.  Let's check it out!

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Underground passage
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Phantom R: Amazing!  This passage just keeps going.  I can't even see to the
end.  Looks like tricky footing from here...At least we're getting to the 
bottom of this mystery...literally!

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R11 - Onward Through the Dark
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Raphael
- Well, onward and downward...[subtitles: Onward and downward...]
Fondue: Hurn...

- We can still dance in the dark!
Fondue: Woeuf!
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Phantom R: These are the catacombs! A sprawling underground graveyard beneath
the streets of Paris...And the torches are a sure sign that someone else is
down here.  It's them!  The Chevaliers Diabolique!

Chevalier A: You hear that Graf is coming?

Chevalier B: All the way to our hideout, no less.  He must be more worried than
we thought.

Phantom R: Graf?  Didn't that name come up in Inspector Vergier's case files?

Chevalier A: Too worried, if you ask me.  Even Paris' finest would never think
to look beneath Les Invalides!

Chevalier B: Regardless, he needs to feel welcome...and respected.

Chevalier A: Understood.

Phantom R: Looks like they're gone.  Let's keep on, Fondue!

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Deeper in the hideout
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Phantom R: There! That's Napoleon!  There's someone standing behind him...But
it's too dark to see.

Napoleon: You've done fine work, and your efforts shall be well rewarded.

????: Anything to contribute to my emperor's glory.

Phantom R:  That voice sounds awfully familiar!

Napoleon: We must recover that which I have lost as rapidly as possible.  Two
more treasure are required to complete the Dragon Crown.

????: Yes....The Queen's Pendant, and the Cross of the Sun King.

Phantom R: I knew it. It IS him. Father!

Napoleon: Phantom R!  What are you doing here!?

Phantom R: Who were you just talking to?

Napoleon: Does your impertinence know no bounds?  Do you understand the
predicament into which you have now fallen?  Do you realize how like the 
bleating lamb flung in amongst the lions you are?  Now return what you have
taken before I am obliged to ask yet another rhetorical question!  Give to
me what you took from Notre Dame!  What are you waiting for? Apprehend him!

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R12 - Napoleon's Hideout
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Raphael: Who is that!?
Napoleon: I will tell you...in the afterlife!

Raphael: Hnnk.  Is that...father?

Napoleon: You're off your game!  Take him now!

Raphael: Father...why?

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Outside Les Invalides
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Phantom R: That...was my dad's voice!  What is he doing with these people!?

Fondue: Woeurrrf...

Phantom R: They're after Napoleon's treasure, right?  And if my dad's with
them, they'll be making good time.  Which means we have to get there first!
All right, Fondue.  I'm tracking dad down and getting to the bottom of this,
once and for all!

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom R: Two more treasures left until the Dragon Crown is complete...the
Queen's Pendant and the Cross of the Sun King!  First, let's look for the
Queen's Pendant.  Not that we can exactly go door-to-door asking if anyone's
seen them...We need an antiquarian, Fondue.  It just so happens that I read an
article about an antiquarian at the Sorbonne.  Let's check it out, Fondue!

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Raphael's Apartment
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Paula: You're the boy from the other day.  Heading to the Sorbonne?  It's the
perfect place to go for a history lesson.  That and the Paris Archives,
I suppose.  It's a pity Raphie doesn't take his studies as seriously as you
do.

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Simon: Say, you look familiar!  Have we met somewhere before?  What's that?
You want to know where the Sorbonne is?  That's up by the Place Henri-Mondor.
You know how many Nobel-winning scholars the Sorbonne has produced?  It's 
truly one of Europe's finest institutions.  Pretty big place, though.  Don't
get lost once you're there.  Yeah, I'm definitely sure I've met you somewhere
before...

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Ghislain: Did you know that it pays to visit the shop on a regular basis?  
Scenes from your adventures can be purchased as movies, so you can relive the
excitement!  It's an odd item to stock, if you ask me.  Who else would watch
them but you?

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The Sorbonne
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Phantom R: We've made it to the Sorbonne...but how do we find an antiquarian?
This place is huge!  No sense wandering aimlessly.  Let's start at one end and
ask our way to the other!

Fondue: Woeuf!

---

Rosalie: An antiquarian?  You want the fellow sleeping over there!  He's our
professor.  

Phantom R: Huh? Seriously?

Rosalie: Did you want him for something in particular?  I should warn you, once
he falls asleep, he's hard to wake up.  I've actually never seen him awake
outside of class.

Alan: Zzzzz. Zzzzzrggle.  Mrrph. Mrrrrph. Louis the Sixteenzzz...

Rosalie: Wake up, Professor.  You'll catch a cold sleeping out here!

Alan: Frwwwg...Zzzz...

Phantom R: He's...not waking up, is he...?

Rosalie: I know!  Still, he is one of the top three antiquarians in France.
He's particularly knowledgeable about medieval France.  They say he's got ties
with the big noble houses, what's more!

Phantom R: You don't say?  Thanks for the info!  And I guess we'll have to
wait for him to wake up if we're going to get any answers.

Rosalie: Ah ha ha! Well, good luck with that.  I can vouch for his knowledge,
but I can't guarantee you won't have to wait.

Phantom R: One of the top antiquarians in France?  If we can wake him up, maybe
he can help us find that pendant!  Anything's better than waiting here until
morning...That's it!  He must wake up in the morning, which means that we just
have to make him think it's morning.  Let's go back outside and see if we can't
find something to do the trick...

[play rooster sound]

Alan: Yaaaaaawn!  What a good night's sleep!  Good morning...Morning!? Ack!
I must have gone and dozed off again! Hnn? What's that now? Hey, it's still 
night!  Hnn?  Who're you?  Did you wake me up?

Phantom R: Yes, actually.  With a rooster.

Alan: A r-r-rooster!?  That's a new one.  Did you need me for something?

Phantom R:  Professor, I have a question.  Have you ever heard of the Queen's
Pendant?

Alan: The Queen's Pendant?  The Queen's Pendant!?  You mean Marie 
Antoinette's...

Beep beep beep! Beep beep beep!

Oh, sorry!  I had a very important errand to run.  I'm afraid I must be going,
immediately.  If you want to learn more about the Queen's Pendant, I highly
recommend the Paris Archives, past the Place Vendome.  I seem to recall an
article in a book titled "Traditions and Treasures of the Royal Family."
Have a look!  Who knows, you might learn something!  Thanks again for waking me
up, now I really must be off!

Phantom R: Huh?  He's gone...Well, that was a waste of time.  I guess we should
go check out the Paris Archives.  Hopefully this won't have been a total bust.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Daniel: I worry about youths these days, with their "cell phones" and their
"internets."  Does anyone get an education anymore?  You young people should
study at Paris' famed Archives and become learned and erudite!  Like moi.
It's just past the Place Vendome.  I highly recommend a visit.  Not many places
like that left in the world.

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Rue Danielle Casanova
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Benoit: You see this body?  Muscle like this doesn't pump itself.  But it takes
more than muscle to be a winner on the field.  You need brains to match the
brawn.  That's where the Paris Archives come in.  The constabulary should
make me a detective.

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Paris Archives
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Phantom R: The Paris Archives!  This place has as much history as its name 
would imply...and it has the book we're looking for.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  Let's check it out!

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Inside the archives
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Christophe: My thesis is due in only a few days, and I can't write!  Who ever
heard of a noisy library?  That librarian is constantly running this way and
that every time the phone rings!  How am I supposed to concentrate with all
this racket?  I mean, why doesn't she put the phone on her desk?

---

Vanessa: Busy, busy, busy!  Why am I so busy today?  Oh, hello there.  What
brings you to the archives?

Phantom R: We're interested in finding out a little about the, er, traditions
and treasures of the royal family?

Vanessa: The traditions and treasures of the royal family!  We have a book by
that very title.  In our special collection, actually.  

Phantom R: Oh?

Vanessa: The special collection is through here.  But only members of the 
Societe Academique are allowed in, I'm afraid.

Phantom R: If she thinks I'm going to give up now, she's got the wrong 
Phantom!  I'll have to distract the librarian at the desk if I'm going to sneak
in there.  What to do...?

[play the telephone sound]

Vanessa: Coming! Coming!  What is it with today?  Busy, busy, busy!
*pitter patter*

Phantom R: Right! The librarian's left her post!  Now's my chance!

*click click*

Huh?  What's with this door?  Hmm, it's locked.  Looks like I need a secret
code...The buttons must be these...coins?  Okay, so I crack the code and press
the right buttons...They sure go to some lengths to protect a bunch of books!
Whatever, let's give this a shot.

+++++++++++++++++++++Open the Door to the Special Collection+++++++++++++++++++
Learn the pattern of the changing symbols to guess the eight symbol in the
sequence and punch it in time with the rhythm.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: There, opened it!  In we go...And it looks like that librarian is 
STILL on the phone.  Guess I didn't have to hurry after all.

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Inside the special collection room
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Phantom R: Okay, "Traditions and Treasure of the Royal Family"...Wow, there are
a lot of books in here.  I hope I can find it...I know!  See if you can get
that professor's scent off any of the books in here!  One of them must be the 
one we want!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: There she is! Well done again, Fondue.

Fondue: Rouf! Rouf!

Phantom R: Let's see what we've got...Yipes!  I can see why they keep it locked
up.  Looks like it took some bad water damage.  Hmm, if I can hold it in the
light just so, I can make some of it out.  Uh...Here's "Pendant"...and there's
"Queen." Marie...Aha!  Marie Antoinette!  An...ancient treasure...The...uh,
what's that word?  Aha!  Looks like the diamond in the center is called the
"Queen's Tear."  That's a nice image.  I'd make her queen, too, if she wept 
diamonds. ...Hmph.  No good.  The writing's too faded to read any more.  Oh,
here's a section on "owners through the ages." ...Huh?  "The pendant is
currently in the possession of one Duchess Elisabeth"!  The owner of the
pendant is Marie's mother!?  That could explain why Napoleon attacked her!
There's more to this than I thought.  Better get home and do some deep
thinking.

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Rue Danielle Casanova
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Paul: Hola, amigo!  Where do you go in such a hurry?  I am a musical savior,
come from abroad to bring the funk to this Fete!  You may call me...Paul!  In
my country, the monkeys and the bears, they dance together regularly!  It's not
even a big deal!  Care to join?

[R13 happens]

Super good!  That was fun, amigo.  We will dance again, I hope.  I am working
on my next rhythm already!

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Raphael's Apartment
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Paula: You're the boy from the other day.  Going out?  Heading to the Paris
Archives?  They have a vast collection of historical documents.  What a
hardworking young man you are!  It's a pity Raphie doesn't take his studies
as seriously as you do.

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Inside his apartment
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Phantom R: The Queen's Pendant, and the Duchess Elisabeth...That can't be
coincidence!  The attack on Marie has to be related.  Whatever happens, we 
need to get our hands on that pendant before Napoleon's crew does.  I think
I'll send the good inspector a little heads-up.  More constables on the ground
will make things more difficult for our competition, too.  Guess we'll find
everything out at the opera tomorrow.




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Chapter 4 - The Paris Opera                                                C4PR
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Inside his apartment
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Raphael: Today's the day!  Marie and the Duchess at the opera...What will
happen?  I wonder if they're really mother and daughter?  And what about the
Queen's Pendant and Napoleon?  Hopefully my heads-up to Inspector Vergier will
help avoid the worst.  Well, no point in waiting around here.  Let's get to the
opera a bit early, shall we?

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Outside Raphael's apartment
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Raphael: Bonjour, Madame Paula.

Paula: Oh my, if it isn't Raphie!  Off somewhere today?

Raphael:  Actually, I'm going to the Paris Opera.  There's a show I've been
meaning to see.

Paula: Well, doesn't that sound nice!  Remember, sit quietly and always 
applaud.  

Raphael: Ha ha, you don't need to worry about me.  I'm not a little kid
anymore, you know.

---

Simon: You seem chipper today, Raphael.  Off somewhere?

Raphael:  Bonjour, Simon.  Actually, I'm going to the Paris Opera!  There's a
show I've been meaning to see.

Simon: You mean the Palais Garnier?  That's a fine thing to do!  Enjoy the show
for me, eh?  Wait...You aren't going there with the girl from the other day,
by any chance?

Raphael: What!?

Fondue: Woe-woeuf!

Simon: Ah ha ha! Sorry, sorry.  I suppose you're getting to that age.  Good
luck, Raphael!

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Musee Rodin
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Jacob: Your friendly postal worker, delivering love from east to west, morning
to...Ah! Hello there, Raphael!

Raphael:  Bonjour, Jacob.  Got anything for me today?

Jacob: Well now, let's see...Yes! A letter from Shop Auban.  You know them?

Raphael: Thanks! Let's see...Huh.  Sounds like they've got some new stuff in
stock and they want me to come see.  I'll hand it to Auban, they know how to
reach out to their customers.  Maybe I'll drop by.

Jacob: So long, Raphael!  Until the next time a letter comes your way...au
revoir.

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The Sorbonne
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Alan: Zzzzzz...Zzzzrgle

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Simone: I'm off to see a show at Paris Opera!  There's really no better place
for a day of elegant entertainment!  Not that you'd understand, boy.

---

Ghislain: Did you know there's a special game called Marathon Mode?  Only 
someone who's refined their technique can hope to take on the challenge.

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Tuileries Garden
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Maxim: Step right up!  When you buy one of my "Balloons of the World," I bring
the world...to you!

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The Louvre, Denon Wing
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Daniel: Work...work will never be done!  Do you even understand how this feels?
This...emptiness!

Fondue: Woeurf!

Daniel: You, dog.  You understand!  You know what it's like!  Sing it! Sing
it till the break of day!

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Place Vendome
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Cedric: Macarons and chocolate are sweet indeed, but lately I crave something
with a bit more substance...The honey of the Paris Opera!

Fondue: Woe-woeuf!

Cedric: Did you know they make honey in the attic of the Paris Opera?
So rich...it's hard even for a gourmand like me to eat often!

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Rue Danielle Casanova
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Colette: There's something going on today at the Paris Opera, or I'm not a 
reporter!  Look at all those constables...!  I'm going to get in there and
get a scoop worthy of tomorrow's front page if it kills me!

Paul: Ahhh...I'm not quite done with my latest composition.

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Entry Hall - Paris Opera
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Julien:  Welcome to the opera!  We've got a Very. Full. House. Today!  We'll be
checking all tickets!

Lorraine:  Here you are.

Julien: Thank you, thank you!  Enjoy the refinement and elegance that is the
Paris Opera!

Raphael: Uh oh.  Looks like we can't get in without a ticket.  Guess we'd 
better go outside and find someplace still selling them...

----

Marcel: I've heard there's some fairly big people in world finance come to see
the show!  Most likely, they're only here in hopes of catching the Duchess
Elisabeth's eye...

Raphael: The Duchess Elisabeth?

Marcel: You don't know?  Smarts, beauty, and fortune...We're talking the elite
and the elite.  She's always struck me as a touch cold...but her influence 
reaches places you can't imagine.  That's why everyone wants to get on her
good side.

----
Julien: Welcome, Monsieur!  May I see your ticket?  I'm terribly sorry, but
without a ticket, I simply can't let you in.

Raphael: Uh oh.  Looks like we can't get in without a ticket.  Guess we'd 
better go outside and find someplace still selling them...

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Paris Opera
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Cyril: I always keep my tickets safe in my attache case.  With a combination
like 614253, no one will ever be able to get it open!

Raphael: Excuse me?  Do you know of any place selling tickets to the Paris
Opera around here?

Cyril: Huh?  What's that, Dapper Dan?  You want tickets to the opera?  Then
you've come to the right place!  This is a secret, so don't tell anyone, but
right here in this attache case I've got tickets to the new show!  The writer 
of the show's a real genius, if you hadn't heard.  And I'm selling them cheaper
than anyone else, guaranteed.

Raphael: Er...that seems a little pricey.  Not to mention a little dicey.
Where did you get these, exactly?

Cyril:  Hmph. It looks like you don't fully appreciate the value of these
tickets!  These are premier tickets, mon ami.  Of course you can't just buy
them from the ticket booth!  Look, I really want you to be able to see this
opera, so I'll sell you these, even if I go to jail for the rest of my days!

Raphael: Er, thanks, but I'm not in a real risk-taking mood right now.

Cyril: Feh!  I give and I give, and what do I get?  Fine! I didn't want to
sell tickets to the likes of you anyhow. Scram!  These are premier tickets!
Not available anywhere but here!  Farewell, Dapper Dan.

Raphael: Hrm...Premier tickets, huh?  Oh well. I feel sorry for the guy, but I
gotta do what I gotta do.  Let's get some tickets!  I'll trust his guilty
conscience to do the right thing when he hears the sound I've got in mind.

[play police siren sound]

Cyril: The cops!?  They found me!?  Uh...Uh...I'm outta here!

Raphael: Works like a charm!  And he even left the attache case behind.  Let's
get those tickets!

Uh oh...It's locked.  wait, didn't I overhear him muttering something about
a code?  614253 was it?

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Open the Attache Case++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Touch the icon to spin the numbers and stop them when the combination reads 
614253.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Raphael: Open sesame!  Looks like we'll be hearing the fat lady sing after all!
Let's get inside quick!

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Entry Hall
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Marcel: I, myself, wouldn't mind striking up an acquaintance with Her Grace.
That's why I paid big bucks to get into the show today.

Julien: Welcome, monsieur!  May I see your ticket?  Merci!  Hope you enjoy the
show!

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Entrance
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Raphael: This place sure is popular...Look at all the people!  Let's find Marie
and Duchess Elisabeth...And keep an eye on security.

Albert: The Palais Garnier is truly a magnificent place.  All artists should be
forced to come here and be inspired.  It took over thirty-five years for this
building to be completed and filled with such art and sculpture!  A
masterpiece! *scribble* *scribble*  Ah, it's no good...I'm afraid even my art
kneels before the exquisite beauty of the Garnier!

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Salon Hallway
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Lorraine: There's all kinds of commotion in the Paris Opera today!  Why must
these savages run about so?  This is a place for people who can create a
refined, elegant atmosphere.  People like...me.

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Hall of Mirrors
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Jean-Francois: A warning from Phantom R?

Vergier: Yes, it is from him.  He says he's coming for the Queen's Pendant, 
worn by one Duchess Elisabeth.

Jean-Francois: Who is Phantom R, anyway?  Surely you must know, Inspector.

Vergier: A very unusual sort of thief.  He steals famous works of art one day,
only to return them the next...and without a scratch.

Jean-Francois: Very strange indeed!  One wonders why he goes through the
trouble of stealing them at all.

Vergier:  Perhaps he's just having a little fun?  Or perhaps he has other
aims...

Jean-Francois: I trust your security is tight?  I don't mean to be rude, but 
I've heard that this Phantom R has slipped through your hands on previous
occasions?

Vergier: You doubt the preparedness of the Paris Constabulary?

Jean-Francois: I am only concerned for the Duchess, that's all.  She must be
kept safe at all times.

Vergier: Do not worry then.  Phantom R's reign of mystery ends today!

Jean-Francois: Glad to hear it, Inspector.  We are in your hands.

---

Raphael: Inspector Vergier's confidence is legion of d'honneur level.  I'll
give him that.  I wonder if Marie's met her mom yet.

Fondue: Woeurrrf...

Raphael: I hear you, Fondue.  Let's find her!

---
Regine: Did you know that my designs were used for the clothes in today's
performance?  They will fill the stage with their color!  It is an honor...
no, the highest honor one in my profession can hope to receive!

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Paris Opera Second Floor
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Andre: Busy, busy, busy!  I call for temporary help and does temporary help
come? They do not!  The maitre d' is too picky, I tell you!  He is driving 
then away!

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General Seating
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Vergier: See anything out of the ordinary?  Any suspicious people?

Loic: Nothing so far.

Vergier: What about Charlie?  Not here yet?

Loic: I heard there was a bit of a blowup back at the constabulary?

Vergier: Charlie...thinks it a duty to hunt down Phantom R, but it is an
impediment to our investigation!

Loic: Maybe Charlie just wants to help you out?

Vergier: I think I have to put the child in place for now.  For now.

Raphael: Charlie...was the one in the constabulary the other day?  So he's the
inspector's son!  No wonder he was hanging out there.  Huh? Looks like
Inspector Vergier dropped something...

Hmm? A Vergier family photo?  Guess I'll hang onto it.  Could be useful.

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Movie 10 - Marie and the Duchess
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Jean-Francois: My lady, it is an honor to be once again in your exalted 
presence.

[she walks by without pausing]

Jean-Francois: Your grace?

Elisabeth: So this is the girl who claims that she is my daughter?

Marie: My name is Marie.  Um...Are you my mother? 

[she walks away]

Elisabeth: Do not waste my time with this nonsense, Jean-Francois!  She cannot 
be my daughter.

[Marie starts to play her violin]

Raphael: I know this song.  It's Moon Princess.

Marie: My mother left me this song.  I practiced it daily, always hoping...
Hoping that one day I might play it for her. 

Elisabeth: Alfred, we're leaving.

Mother!  Oh...oh mother!
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Jean-Francois: Duchess Elisabeth!  What is the meaning of this?

Elisabeth: The meaning is that she is not my daughter.  That is all.

Jean-Francois: But that's impossible!  All my research...

Elisabeth: Let us say, for argument's sake, that you did find my daughter.
What then? What do you want?  Money?  Honor?  I have come here to warn you:
You could be a great historian or scholar or antiquity...Don't blow it.

Jean-Francois: I thank you for your consideration, Madame.

Elisabeth:  Alfred?  Our seats.

Alfred: Yes, Your Grace.

Raphael: What's that now?  The Duchess Elisabeth isn't Marie's mom?

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf woeuf.

Raphael: I know, I know...I'm worried about Marie too.  But first things first.
Let's see where Her Grace is sitting, shall we?  Onward, Fondue!

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Salon
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Clement: I'm sorry, Monsieur, but only VIPs are allowed past this point.  And
you are no VIP.  I beg your apology, but we kindly request that commoners
refrain from bugging us.

Raphael: Er, right.  Sorry.

This might be the place.  Ten to one the Duchess is in there.  We won't be able
to slip through with all this security.  I think a change of costume is in
order.  An employee should do the trick!  There was someone in the corridor...


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Paris Opera Second Floor
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Andre: Busy, busy, busy!  Where are my waiters? The new recruit is taking the
day off!? I cannot work under these conditions!  There must be someone who can
help...Think...think!

Raphael: A shortage of waiters?  This could be my chance to get into the VIP 
salon.

Excuse me?  I've got some waiting training.

Andre: Really?!  That is a blessing, a blessing!  But...the maitre d' will have
to approve you first, and he is very strict! I beg for more help, and he turns
them down!  If you will help, I will put in a good word for you.  Then all
you'll have to do is pass the exam.

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Member's Hall
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Clement: Ah, you are the one I have heard so much about!  But you will have to
wait a moment.  There was something very, very important I had to remember...
but I cannot!  It is on the tip of my mind!  Just a little longer...wait for
it...!  If only something would go "bing!" and pop it back into my head, you
know?

Raphael:  Something to go "bing" in his head?  Hmm, maybe one of the waiters
has an idea.

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Salon
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Andre: The maitre d' has forgotten something again?  This happens all the time.
Thankfully, there is a cure.  Just ring a bell by his head and voila!  Good as
new!  I am sure there is a bell somewhere around here.  People use them to call
for our service, you see.

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Entry Hall
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Simone: Ahh, Garnier!  Always such a fine place, no matter what the weather
outside.  such refinement is to be cherished!  Not that you'd understand, boy.

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Member's Hall
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[play the bell sound]

Clement: Bing! Yes...yes...yes...Here it comes!  At last I remember!  What a
feeling!  I've lost ten years in a single moment!  You want to know what it is
I have remembered?  Ah. It's a secret.  I will go to my grave before 
admitting that I forgot to pay my staff on payday.  And, ah, yes, he was here
for an exam, wasn't he?  We need waiters with everyone quitting all the time...
Very well!  Let us see whether you are waiter material...or just kitchen
scraps!

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R14 - Hurry up and wait
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Clement
-Let the examination begin!  We start with the basics.
- A waiter's work is never done! With FEELING, now!
- Oui, oui. Tres Bien!  That is perfect!

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Clement: Tres bien!  Super good!  You are a genius!  You have passed with 
flying colors!  I will have you waiting in no time!  In fact, get started now!
First, you must bring drinks to our VIP guests.  There are some real heavy
hitters out there today, so look sharp!

Raphael: VIP guests?  That's in the salon...I wonder if he's talking about the
Duchess?

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Entrance
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Raphael: Okay, Fondue.  I'm going to go in as a waiter, so I want you to...
*whisper whisper*.  Got it?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: Then let's split up and do our thing!  I'm counting on you!

Fondue: Rouf!

---

Albert: Oh, waiter!  Where can I get some refreshments around here?

Raphael: Drinks are served in the Grand Foyer and in the VIP Salon.

Albert: Hrm.  Maybe I'll head over in that direction in a while, then.

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Salon Hallway
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Lorraine: Oh, waiter! Do you know which way it is to the Grand Foyer?

Raphael: That would be on the second floor, Madame.  Across from the balcony
seats.  It's quite large, you can't miss it.

Lorraine: Thank you!  Perhaps I might find the refinement I seek there!

---

Colette: Oh, waiter!  Do you have a desk, by any chance?  I need to write up
an article, stat!  "Phantom R Sets His Sights On The Queen's Pendant!?"  Oh,
the editor's going to love me for this one!  What?  You mean he's not even 
showed up yet?  No matter.  I've seen Inspector Vergier, and where there's the
inspector, there's Phantom R!  Front page, here I come!

Raphael: I'm sorry, but we don't allow the use of personal computers here in
the Paris Opera.  You're bothering the other guests.

Colette: Well, I never!  Are all waiters as rude and inflexible as you? ...I
suppose that my masterpiece can wait till I'm home.

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Paris Opera Second Floor
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Simone: Oh, waiter!  Is this the way to the seats?  It's...my first time here.

Raphael: Yes, just ahead this way.

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Hall of Mirrors
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Raphael: Would you care for another?

Regine: My, how thoughtful!  One doesn't expect such attentiveness in one so
young.

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Entry Hall
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Marcel: Excuse me, waiter!  Might you tell me in which box the Duchess 
Elisabeth is seated?

Raphael: I'm sorry, but I'm not allowed to divulge any personal details about
any of our guests...even the Duchess.

Marcel: Well, that's a shame.  Here I thought this was my big chance to meet
her!  How am I supposed to make her acquaintance now?  I paid enough for this
ticket.  I can't let this slip away!

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Salon
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Andre: You passed? Congratulations!  We were surely in need of help.  Today,
you are our savior!  The VIP salon is up ahead.  You will be serving a very...
demanding guest, so be sure not to mess it up!

Raphael: Got it.

Andre: Good.  Then, do your worst!  I mean best!  I mean...just don't mess up!

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VIP salon
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Raphael: Excuse me, your drink, Madame.

Elisabeth: Merci.  Just put it on the table, would you?

Raphael: Of course.

Alfred: I don't believe I've seen you before.

Raphael: Huh?

Alfred: I thought I knew everyone on staff here at the Paris Opera...

Raphael: Ah yes, well, I was hired just for today.  They were a little short
on staff.

Alfred: Ah, a new recruit?  My apologies, then?

Raphael: Not at all.

Alfred: Yet...I am surprised.

Raphael: At what?

Alfred:  The way you move...You're very efficient.  A pro, as you might say.
And did I see your eyes go not to the table, but to the pendant on Her Grace's 
neck when you entered the salon?

Raphael: ...

Alfred: Would you mind if I called in one of the constables to verify your
identity?

Loic: It's him!  Phantom R!

Eric: Hey!  Who let this dog in here!?

Raphael: Atta boy, Fondue!
-----

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Guest Chambers
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Eric: First floor, reporting!  There's a wild dog in here!  He's being...wild!

Loic: Phantom R masquerading as a dog!?  Is there nothing he won't do!? Arrest
him!

Raphael: Now's my chance!

[outfit change]

Phantom R: The pendant's mine!

Alfred: I thought you weren't the usual waiter type.  Now I see that you are,
in fact, Phantom R!

Phantom R: And I see that you are not, in fact, an ordinary butler.

Elisabeth: Yes, Alfred is my bodyguard.  One of the best,  But I'll make you a 
wager, Phantom R.  Beat Alfred, and the pendant is yours.

Phantom R: I have your word?

Elisabeth:  On the honor of my family, you do!  Now Alfred.  You know what's at
stake.  Show no mercy!

Alfred: I was hoping you'd say that, Your Grace.  Ready?

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R16 - Showdown with Alfred
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Alfred
- First, a warm-up! I hope you're ready, Phantom R!
- Not too bad!  How about this?
- You're a tough nut.  Now we play for keeps!

Phantom R
- Whew! Close call!
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Alfred: I am so sorry, Your Grace.  I...have failed you.

Elisabeth: Perhaps you would have prevailed ten years earlier, Alfred.  But a
promise is a promise.  The Queen's Pendant is yours.

Phantom R: I...have to admit, I don't understand why you're doing this.

Elisabeth: Nobility or not, the value of an object varies depending on who
carries it.  To me, the pendant was nothing but a burden,

Phantom R: A...burden?

Elisabeth: I give it to you knowing that you will carry it better than I ever 
could.

Phantom R: The mark is glowing...!  

Elisabeth: Since ancient times, that bracelet has been worn by the one chosen
to do Tiamat's will here on Earth.  I do not know whether this is chance, or
fate.  But if you are the bearer of the bracelet, well...Allow me to share
with you a family saying.  A poem, of sorts.

Phantom R: This should be interesting,

Elisabeth: It is.  And you'd do well to commit it to memory.  It might come in
useful.  Beneath sun and moon, Amaryllis leads those who sing in the rain.

Phantom R: Beneath sun and moon, Amaryllis leads those who sing in the rain.

Elisabeth: Now, leave us.

Phantom R: I will.  But tell me one thing first.  Are you really not Marie's
moth...

Vergier: There you are, Phantom...R!  You won't get away this time!

[Phantom R flees]

Vergier: Quoi!?  Where did he go!?  Close the exits!  Don't let him escape!

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If you try to go back into the room
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Loic: Here! This way!

Phantom R: That's not going to work.  Better find a different way,

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Salon Hallway
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Simone: I come all the way to the opera, and this is the show I get?  This
barely rates as circus fare!

---

Lorraine: So much for elegance!  Have you seen the wild dog?  A wild dog, in
the Paris Opera!  He's quite violent, they say.  The second floor is a mess...
My beloved Paris Opera...

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Paris Opera Second Floor
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Andre: Well, with the dog running wild, my work for the day is done!  Finally,
I get to go home early for a change.

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Hall of Mirrors
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Regine: My dress' debut on the stage, and it's ruined...ruined!  If I could
just convince Phantom R to wear one of my designs...Imagine the publicity!

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Member's Hall
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Clement: What's all the racket?  Don't they know I'm trying to recall something
very, very important?

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Entrance
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Marcel: I heard a strange voice coming from somewhere around here!  Like...
a groan!  A-And I've heard that ghosts have been seen around here!  C-Could
it be him!?  The Phantom of the Opera!?  Wh-Where? Buh-buh-by the top of the 
stairs! But I'd stay away if I were you!

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Entry Hall
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Eric: Over here!

Phantom R: That's not going to work.  Better find a different way.

The exit's blocked...Nice one, Inspector.  Guess I'll have to climb up the
seats and out through the roof...

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General Seating
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Loic: Did Phantom R pass by here? 

Eric: No, not this way.  I've been keeping my eyes here.  You keep yours over 
there.

Loic: Fine...Shout if you see anything!

Eric: Eh-eh-everybody is saying creepy things about this place.  I don't want
to go in by myself.

Phantom R: Hey, it's the yellow-bellied constable from before!  Think we can
find a way to scare him again?
[play ghost sound]

Eric: Wha-Wha-Whaaa!? A ghost!? *shiver*  No!  For the people of Paris...and
so as not to make a fool of myself in front of the inspector, I shall
persevere! S-Still...Ayeeeee!  This building is unsafe!  Quickly!  Evacuate!
Hurry! 

Phantom R: I almost feel bad for the guy.  But at least we can get to the seats
now...and on to the roof we go!
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R17 - Phantom from the Opera
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Vergier: You cannot escape!
Phantom R: Oh, really? 

Phantom R: Way too easy! [subtitles: Too easy!]
Vergier: What are you doing? After him!

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Movie 11 - The return of Charlie
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Charlie: I've been waiting for you Phantom R!

[jumps from hang glider]
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Charlie: With all the constables below, I thought you might head for fresh
air.

Phantom R:  And you had a hang glider ready?  Are you always so well prepared? 
On second thought, maybe you're just obsessed with catching me, like your dad.

Charlie:  You leave my father out of this!

Phantom R:  Like to fly solo, eh?  Too bad, because you'd need an army to 
catch me!

Charlie: You won't be talking so tough when you're behind bars, mate!

[R18 - rematch with Charlie happens]

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Movie 12 - Rematch with Charlie
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[Charlie grabs for Phantom R but misses, and is hanging off the ledge]

Phantom R: Hey, you need a hand? Falling from here would be a bad career move.

Charlie: Go away! I'd rather die!

[Charlie looses his grip, but Phantom R pulls him up]

Charlie: Don't expect my thanks.

Phantom R: Wow, you're just as stubborn as a mule. Just like your father.

Show's over, folks.

Charlie: Shoot! He got away!




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Chapter 5 - In Search of Marie                                             C5PR
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Phantom R: Well, getting the Queen's Pendant was good, but dancing around with
Charlie was not.  I wonder how Marie's doing?

Fondue: Woeurf...

[outfit change]

Raphael: Yeah, I'm worried about her too, Fondue.  Let's go find Marie!

---

Julien: Imagine, Phantom R here, at the opera!  I wonder what he was trying
to steal?  I'm sorry.  The opera house is closed while the constables conduct
the investigation.  I'm not sure when the show will reopen.

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Rue Danielle Casanova
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Benoir: A girl with a violin?  Sure, I saw her.  She was running for the Place
Vendome.  Take my word for it, I've got eyes like a hawk.

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Place Vendome
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Cedric: A girl with a violin?  Oh, you must mean the girl wearing the vanilla-
white cardigan.  As I recall, she was headed toward Tuileries Garden.  I had to
leap out of the way to keep from running into her - I nearly dropped my sweets.

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Tuileries Garden
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Raphael: Erm, pardon me?

Maxim: Welcome, welcome!  Looking for a pick-me-up!  Look not further than one
of Maxim's Special Balloons!

Raphael: Actually, I was looking for Marie...Er, have you seen a girl with a 
violin around at all?

Maxim: Well now, let's see...Might she have hair of blonde?

Raphael: Yes, she does!

Maxim: Then I believe I have seen your damsel in distress!  She ran off,
weeping, in the direction of Musee d'Orsay.

Raphael: Thanks!  Let's go check it out, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Hotel de Cillon
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Colette: I don't believe this! How can I call myself a reporter now? How!?  Why
did Phantom R have to show up the moment I left the opera?  And why did I
decide to leave the opera just then, anyway? Hm? A girl with a violin?  Sorry,
can't say that I've seen her.

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Place de la Concorde
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Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: Whoa! Huh? Fondue!?

Poodle: Ooo-woeuf?

Fondue: Ruf ruf ruf ruf!

Raphael: Hey, Fondue!  Calm down!

Armand: It looks like your dog likes my poodle almost as much as I do!

Raphael: Yeah, seems so.  I'm not sure I've ever seen his eyes go quite so
heart-shaped...Love at first bark, Fondue?

Armand: It's a pity really.  My poodle doesn't consort with any man who isn't
her type.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: Uh oh.  I think he's accepting your challenge.

Armand: Good doggy!  Now I will show you the manner of the testing!  Think you
can win?  My poodle can be very picky indeed.

Raphael: I guess Fondue follows me around enough.  I can follow him once in a
while.

[R21 happens]

Armand: You may have won the game, but you've barely turned the head of my 
poodle.  Close one!  You should try again.

If you say no to the rhythm game:
> Raphael: Sorry, Fondue, but we gotta keep going.  We've got a job to do, 
remember?

> Fondue: Woeurrrf...

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Pont Alexandre III
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Raymond: Girl with a violin?  Can't say as I've seen anyone like that come
this way.

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Musee Rodin
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Jacob: Allo there, Raphael.  What's up? Looking for something?

Raphael: Jacob!  You haven't seen a girl carrying a violin pass this way, have
you?

Jacob: I just came from Les Invalides and I didn't pass a soul on the way here.
I'm pretty sure she didn't come this way.

Raphael: Right, thank you!  Any mail, by the way?

Jacob: One moment...No, sorry.  Not today.

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FDR Station
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Sarah: A young lady with a violin?  I've not seen her.

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Grace: Yes, I did see a girl with a violin.  She was running towards the 
apartments up the road.

Raphael: Better check those apartment, Fondue.

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Raphael's Apartment
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Raphael: Hello, Madame Paula.

Paula: My my my, if it isn't Raphie!  Where are you going in such a hurry?

Raphael:  I'm look for a girl with a violin...The girl I was with the other
day, as a matter of fact.

Paula: Oh, her?  Why, I just saw her pass this way.  She was looking at your
apartment, but she didn't stop.  She looked so sad!  I hope nothing's wrong.
If you're looking for her, she went toward the Rue Des Saints-Peres.

Raphael: She'll be fine...She's just had a pretty bad shock.  Thanks, Madame
Paula.

The Rue des Saints-Peres, huh?  Maybe she went back to the convent?  Let's
hoof it, Fondue!

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Rues des Saints-Peres
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Simon: Raphael!  What have you done this time!?

Raphael: Huh? What? Nothing! ...I hope?

Simon: I just saw the girl you were with the other day, and she was sobbing!
What did you do to her!?  When you have devoted yourself to a woman, my friend,
you must protect her though it mean your own life.  Not make her cry!

Raphael: H-Hey, I didn't do anything, honest...Look, I'll explain later.
Let's move, Fondue!

Fondue: Wo-Woeuf!

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Rue de Conti
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Ghislain: Have you heard?  There's supposed to be another Paris, just like this
one...only different.  Like a parallel universe...And StreetPass is the key
to unlocking it.  I wonder what it's like to walk the streets of a parallel 
world...

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Natalie: Something's up, but I'm not sure what.  That girl you were with was
plodding along toward the Petit Pont.

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Notre Dame Cathedral
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Hubert: A girl with a violin?  Sorry, I haven't seen anyone like that down
this way.  I'll say a prayer that she turns up safe and sound.

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Rue Livio
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Alban: Marie? Yes, yes, she just passed by this way.

Raphael: Which way was she headed?

Alban: there's only one way to the horse races, and that's to the goal!
Speaking of that, I wonder which horse will win this year?

Raphael: Horses, huh?

Alban: Not the fastest horse out of the gate, are you, boy?  I told you she was
heading towards the Rue Rambuteau.

Raphael: Uh...thanks. Keep me posted.

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Rue des Archives
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Dominic: Hnn?  A girl with a violin?  Haven't seen one.  And I'd remember a 
girl with a violin.  They're always the prettiest, you know.  I dated a 
violinist once...

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Rues des Francs-Bourgeois
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Isabelle: A girl with a violin?  Didn't see her.  Oh, wait, no, maybe I...
Nah.  Sorry.  I was just so taken with these clothes that I got at the Shop
Select...What do you think?

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St. Loure Convent
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Raphael: Jean-Francois!  Have you seen Marie come home today?

Jean-Francois: No, I'm afraid.  I've not seen her since the opera.  Not that
I know what I would say if we met.  I lifted her hopes only to see them
dashed...It's all my fault.

Raphael: Don't blame yourself, Jean-Francois.  You couldn't have known.  You
just wanted what was best for her, after all.  I'm sure she doesn't blame you.

Jean-Francois: Well, thank you for your kind words.  I really didn't know what
to do.  Except apologize, when I next see her.  And worry until then. 
Raphael, would you help me look for her?

Raphael: Absolutely!  We can split up and cover more ground.

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Rue Rambuteau
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Raphael: Wasn't that girl one of Marie's friends?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: Excuse me, have you seen Marie by any chance?

Josette: Oh, yes, I remember you!  Marie?  What's wrong with Marie?

Raphael: She's missing...and I'm trying to find her.

Josette: What? Missing!?  Something's been odd about her ever since she started
hanging out with you.  What are you to her, anyway?  If something's happened to
her, I'll find her myself.  You should stay away, for her sake!

Raphael: Huh? No!  Really, I didn't do anything!

Josette: A Likely story!  If you didn't do anything, then why did she leave, 
hmm?

Raphael: This could be going a lot better.

Fondue: Woeuf, woeuf!

Raphael: You think I should convince her I'm on Marie's side?  But how?  Maybe
Jean-Francois has some idea...

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St. Loure Convent
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Jean-Francois: What's that?  Josette thinks you did something to Marie? 
They've always been close...I'm sorry, Raphael.  You know Marie and Josette
grew up here at the convent together.  Josette was always a spirited child,
quick to lose her temper.  While Marie was as tender as a lamb.  Once, when
Josette was in a rage and about to hit some boy, Marie calmed her down quite
magically.

Raphael: How'd she do that?

Jean-Francois: With a music box, actually.  As soon as Josette heard the music
box's tune, her anger melted like snow in spring.  A good thing too.  That boy
was one touch customer!  Since then, Josette's always looked up to Marie like
a sister.  The two are inseparable.  She may be upset, but she doesn't mean ill
by it.  Once she calms down, she'll hear the truth of what you say.

Raphael: Once she calms down, you say.

Fondue: Woeurf...

Raphael: We don't have time to wait around.  But I think we've just heard the
answer.  We know the one thing that can cool Josette's jets!  Let's search
the convent, shall we?

Jean-Francois: The music box?  Why, I think it's still somewhere in the
convent.

[record the music box sound]

Raphael:  This must be the music box.  Let's see what Josette has to say after
she hears this.

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Rue Rambuteau
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[play the music box sound]

Josette: That tune...It's the music box!  You!  How did you know?

Jean-Francois: I asked Jean-Francois for help.  I wanted you to hear the truth.

Josette: The...truth?

Raphael: It's like this...

Josette: I had no idea!  I'm sorry I ever doubted you...

Raphael: Do you have any idea where Marie might have gone?

Josette: Well, let's see...She's either gone to the Place de la Concorde or 
Les Halles Station...She might have even gone on to Montmartre.  I'll check the
Place de la Concorde.  You check Les Halles Station!

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Les Halles Station
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Raphael: Well, this is Les Halles Station...But I don't see Marie anywhere.
Maybe someone here has seen her?

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Raphael: Excuse me?  I'm looking for a girl with a violin...

Edmond: *hic* A *hic* girl? *hic* I *hic* think *hic* I saw*hic* her. *hic*
*hic* Buh...*hic* but *hic* first...I *hic* gotta *hic* get *hic* rid *hic*
of these *hich* hiccups!

Raphael: Sounds like he knows...but he's too busy hiccupping to help!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: Good thing I know how to stop hiccups.  we just have to startle him!

[play the wrong sound]
> You *hic* can't *hic* possibly *hic* think *hic* some-*hic* thing *hic*
like that *hic* could *hic* stop this! *hic*
Raphael: Guess that didn't startle him.

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Rue Livio
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Alban: Have you seen Marie?  You might try bringing her a gift to cheer her up.
I know just the thing.  Maxim is hawking his balloons in the Paris Henri-
Mondor.  Why not get her on of those?

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Petit Pont
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Lazare: There's been some commotion at the Paris Opera, but details are still
sketchy.  The constables have pulled personnel from all over Paris to help 
with the investigation.  They're stretched thin.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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[pop the balloon and record the sound]

Maxim: Au mon dieu!  The shock!  The surprise!  The horror! ...But mostly the
surprise!

Raphael: Surprise...?  I think I found just the sound to stop those hiccups!

Fondue: Woeuf, woeuf!

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Les Halles Station
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[play the balloon popping sound]

Edmond: H-Hey! What's the big idea, startling me like that!?  You could have...
Huh?  My hiccups!  They're gone!  I'm cured! Finally!  Thank you, thank you,
thank you!  Words are not enough to express me gratitude!  Finally, I have my
life back!  Wait, what did you want to know again? Oh, right.  The girl with 
the violin.  I saw her buying a ticket for the Abbesses Station...But that was 
30 minutes ago.

Raphael: Abbesses Station?  That's in Montmartre.  Thank you!  Let's beat 
street, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Edmond:  Huh? *hic* What *hic* was *hic* that?  Oh. *hic* *hic*

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Montmartre - Abbesses Station
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Raphael: Excuse me?  You haven't seen a girl with a violin pass through here,
have you?

Charles: A girl with a violin?  Not the girl playing on the Champs-Elysees
sometimes?  If it's her you're looking for, I saw her not long ago in the
Place Saint-Pierre.  She seemed a bit down.

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Place Saint-Pierre
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Albert: Hmm...Un moment, don't move!  Just like that! *scribble scribble* 
Done!  Parfait!  Well, what do you think?  Looks like you!

Fondue: Woooeuf!

Raphael: That's...pretty incredible.  By the way, you haven't seen a girl with 
a violin pass through here, have you?

Albert:  Well, did she look like *scribble scribble* ...this?

Raphael: !?  That's her!  That's Marie!  Do you know where she went?

Albert: I saw her just now, in fact.  She went walking up toward Montmarte, as 
I recall.

Raphael: Thank you!  Merci!

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Movie 13 - Words of Encouragement
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[Fondue goes up to Marie wearing Phantom R's hat]

Phantom R: Get your own show, Fondue.  Hey, check this out!  The cool thing is:
when you do it right, you get the angels!

Marie: Angels?

Phantom R: You're an angel, so maybe they'll come!

It's showtime!
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[R19 happens]
-----
Phantom R: Well, I don't know about you, but I saw at least one angel.

Marie: Thank you, Raphael.

Phantom R: Say, let's go to my apartment.  There's something I'd like to show
you.
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Movie 14 - The Apartment's Secret
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Marie: You said you wanted to show me something?

[moves a book on one of his bookcases, a hidden passage appears]

Raphael:  It's a hidden cellar.  Don't tell anyone.

[snaps his fingers, all the lights come on]

Marie: Amazing! They all look so real!

Raphael: They are real.  All of them.

Marie: But that's not possible.  These are all famous.

Raphael: These are the real things.  What you saw were fakes.

Marie: How could that be?

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Raphael: We share a lot, Marie.  I don't have any parents, either.  My mom
died in an accident...And my father may have been an artist, but he never got
a break.  I first learned his secret when I found this cellar.  He was a
forgery artist.

Marie: I didn't know you could be an artist of forgeries...

Raphael: Oh, they're works of art, all right.  Indistinguishable from the 
originals.  I found his diary, too.  He was swapping his forgeries for the real
pieces, then selling them on the black market.  Until he left me, three years
ago.

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Movie 15 - A Missing Father
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Younger Raphael: Papa, wait! Please!
Wait, are you saying...you're never coming back?

Father: Forgive me, Raphael

Younger: Where are you going?  Don't leave me!  Papa!!! 
[sees a coin on the ground with a strange mark and picks it up]

Younger Raphael: A coin?
--
Raphael: That was when I made my decision.  As Phantom R, I would steal back
my father's forgeries from the museums.  Then return the originals to their
rightful places.  I always waited until the investigation of the theft was
over before making the works "reappear."

Marie: That explains the mystery of why Phantom R returns the things he
steals...I had no idea.  I don't think anyone does.

Raphael:  I also started looking for pieces bearing the same mark as the one on
this coin my father left me.

Marie: So you could find him?

Raphael: Yeah.  That's how I came across the Bracelet of Tiamat.

Marie: But what's that same mark doing on my violin?

Raphael: I wish I knew.

Marie: Do you think that man calling himself Napoleon and those knights were
after the mark too?

Raphael: They said they were after Napoleon's lost treasure...the Dragon Crown.
If I can just figure out the mystery of this mark, I'll be able to figure out
everything!
---
Marie: What will you do if you find your father again, Raphael?

Raphael: ...
I don't know.  I guess I'll just have to find out. Still...

Marie: Yes?

Raphael: I need to know the truth.  I need to know what he's been hiding from
me all this time!

Marie: ...

Raphael: I should get you back to the convent.
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Outside Raphael's apartment
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Paula: Good day, Raphael!  You found Marie?  Good for you! It's nice to enjoy
youth in the company of friends, don't you think?

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Musee Rodin
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Anne: Well, hello Raphael.  How are you?  I hope you're keeping up with your 
schoolwork over vacation!  Speaking of which, have you seen Michel and Emile
lately?

Raphael: Is something wrong?

Anne: Well, there was a problem with their end-of-the-year reports I'd like to
discuss with them.  That is, as always, Michel didn't turn his report in, and
Emile wrote his in classical Latin and I can't read it!  If you see them,
please let me know!

Raphael: Sure thing, madame.

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Pont Alexandre III
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Raymond: Hee hee.  Guess what?  Word on the street is, the bankers and the 
nobles are behind those knights trying to spark a revolution.  Shh!  You can't
tell a soul!  It'll be our little secret.

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FDR Avenue
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Daniel: It falls to the modern worker to take responsibility for their work
and do it all before the day is done!

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Place de la Concorde
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Jacob: Hello there, Raphael!

Raphael: Hello, Jacob. Any mail today?

Jacob: Nothing yet, sorry.  You'd think your father would have written by now,
eh?

Raphael: Yeah...If he does, tell me right away, okay?

Jacob: Absolutely.  I'll bring it to you first thing, promise.  It is the least
I can do as a humble member of the La Poste!
---

Emilie: Hey, violin lady.  When I grow up, I wanna play the violin just like 
you!

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Hotel de Cillon
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Jeanne: Did you hear that Phantom R showed up at the Paris Opera this time?  
He's always showing up where I am!  Eek.  I'm going to be abducted!  What's
a mademoiselle to do!?

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Place Vendome
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Cedric: The Fete de Paris is soon, and that means all the sweets you can eat!
What are you planning on eating?

Marie: Well, madeleines, for starters.

Cedric: Madeleines! Excellent, excellent choice.  Hailing from the Lorraine 
region, the madeleine's light sweetness is, frankly, to die for.

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Paris Opera
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Julien: The constables are pawing through everything, and we've still got to
get ready for the next show!

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Paris Archives
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Celine: If there's one thing this neighborhood has, it's day care centers! What
a relief!

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Simon: Oh, hello there, Raphael.  Hrm...Good to see you two getting along!
Don't you let her go, you hear me?  Oh, and if you've got any free days coming
up, I was wondering if you might look after the shop?

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Maxim: Hey, I see you found your girl!  Thanks to Maxim's balloons, no doubt!

Natalie: You two look good together!  Say, care for a macaron?

Raphael: Thank you, madame.

Natalie: See these red ones?  These are today's special!  Can you guess what's
inside?

Marie: Mmm...That's a nice smell.  I want to say...rose?

Natalie: Correct!  My rose macarons are famous, you know.  Raphael's mother 
loved them so.  Eat as many as you like!

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Notre Dame Cathedral
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Hubert: You found who you were looking for, yes?  I suppose my prayers were
answered.

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Rue Livio
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Alban: Ah, Marie!  Looks like you found each other.

Marie:  Thank you, Monsieur Alban.

Alban: Ah, that reminds me, I wanted to ask you which horse do you think will
win the Cup de Triomphe this year?  A white horse, maybe?  You always had the
keenest eyes for such things.  You know?

Marie: Hmm.  I could see a white horse winning, sure.

Alban: You think?  Then I'm a winner for sure!

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Rue Rambuteau
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Josette: Oh, Marie!

Marie: Josette! I'm sorry to have made you worry.  I'm all right, really!

Josette: I'm so glad you're back.  So very glad.  Did you know your friend
played that music box for me...the memories it brought back!

Marie: You mean the old music box in the convent?

Raphael: Yeah.  I went looking for it to, erm, ease some tensions.

Josette: We should listen to it together when you come back to the convent.  We
could talk about old times...

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Les Halles Station
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Edmond: *hic* Ho...*hic* Howdy. *hic* Buy a *hic* painting? *hic*

Raphael: Uh oh.  Sounds like someone's got the hiccups again,

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Rue des Archives
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Dominic: Today started with riding practice, then I had piano, then painting
class...Too busy! Too busy!

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Rue des Franes-Bourgeois
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Isabelle: You! Where did you get that outfit?  Plantain!?  Wait, no, Shop
Select?  The coordination is...exquisite!  you've got fashion sense in spades!

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St. Loure Convent
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Raphael: I'm sure you'll find your mother, someday.

Marie: Thanks, Raphael.  But I'm not sitting around waiting.  I want to go
find this treasure of Napoleon's with you.

Raphael: Huh?

Marie: Think about it!  The mark is on the violin my mother left for me.  What
if she has something to do with Napoleon's lost treasure too?  Maybe finding
the treasure will lead me to her...and you to your father.

Raphael: I don't know...

Marie: That's why we have to find out!  Please, Raphael. take me with you when
you go to find the treasure. Please.

Raphael: I can't take you into a fight against Napoleon.  It's too dangerous.

Marie: Not as dangerous as it would be for you to go looking for the treasure
alone.  If we go together, we can help each other!

Raphael: Okay, okay.  But if things get really dicey, I'm going in alone,
got it?

Marie: Thanks, Raphael!  So, let's meet up tomorrow and start the search!

Raphael: Sure.  See you tomorrow.

Marie: Yep!  See you too, Fondue.

Fondue: Woeuf!

[the next morning]
Raphael: Morning, Marie!

Marie: Morning, Raphael.  Ready for the day?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael:  You bet.  Let's hit the streets to gather info.  We need to find the
Cross of the Sun King to complete that crown.

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Outside Raphael's apartment
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Michel: Huh? Hey there, Raphael!  I didn't expect to see you up this early!

Raphael: Michel!?

Marie: Friend of yours?

Raphael: Old friend...or old enemy.  Take your pick.

Marie: Hello!  It's nice to meet you.  My name's Marie.

Michel: Michel, at your service.  The pleasure's all mine.  Yo, Raphael!  Since
when do you hang out with the lovely ladies? Yo! Hey! Yo! Don't you run away
on me!  Raphael!

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Musee Rodin
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Raphael: Sorry...He can come across a little rough sometimes.  Well, all the
time.

Marie: Hee hee.

Raphael: Hmm...So, where to start?  Wait a second...maybe he knows something,,,

Marie: Who?  You have a lead?

Raphael: Maybe.  I have a friend who lives on FDR Avenue.  He's pretty good
with history.  C'mon, follow me.

-----
Anne: Remember, if you see Michel or Emile, I want you to come tell me!

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Ecole Militaire
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Deborah: What are we to do now? What are we to do!  Huh? A customer! Welcome,
welcome.  Here to dine? ...That is, if you're here to dine, you're out of luck.
We're sold out.  And our cook decided to go on break.  Permanently.  Say,
care for a job?

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R20 - Mega-Rhythm Kitchen
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Welcome, chef, welcome! Make it delicieux!
Mmm! A performance of flavor!
The food! She sings! [subtitles: The Food! It sings!]
Cuisine worthy of the iron-man!
A three-star performance!
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Deborah: Thanks so much for the help!  Feel free to drop by any time!

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Raphael: Bonjour, Simon!  You wouldn't happen to know anything about the Cross
of the Sun King, would you?

Simon: The Cross of the Sun King, eh?  Never heard of it.  Popular item with
the kids, maybe?

Raphael: No...In fact, I'm pretty sure no one's heard of it at all.

Simon: Sorry, kid.  I'd help if I could.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Maxim: Need a balloon from Maxim's Balloons?  Best balloons in the world,
guaranteed!  How about just one?  I'll cut you a deal!

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Petit Pont
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Lazare: Phantom R, Phantom R, Phantom ARRRRGH!  Gotta hone my skills, I'll
catch him yet!  Yeah, disturbing the peace of Paris!  What a creep!  This time,
it's really gotten under my skin, you know?

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Raphael's apartment
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Paula: Good morning, Raphie!  Fine weather today, don't you think?  Perhaps
I'll hang out the wash.

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FDR Avenue
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Emile: Hello there, Raphael.  Finish your history homework?

Raphael: Er, not quite yet.  I've been busy.

Emile: Too bad!  I did mine on the 100 Years' War, and finished it in no time.
Of course, it's easy when your homework is your hobby!

Raphael: Speaking of your interest in history, you wouldn't happen to know
anything about the Cross of the Sun King, would you?

Emile: The Cross of the Sun King, eh?  Can't say I've heard of that.  Sorry!  
But I wouldn't be surprised if the "Sun King" refers to Louis the 14th.  Try
the Park Archives if you want to find out more about Louis the 14th.

Raphael: The Paris Archives!  Why didn't I think of that?  There's bound to be
a book there with the info I need.  Thanks, Emile.

Emile: Sure thing.  And hey, tell me if you end up finding out about this
cross.  Sounds interesting!

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Hotel de Cillon
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Jeanne: If there's research to be done, the Paris Archives just past the 
Place Vendome is the place to do it.  Smuggling up in the middle of all those
delicious books is a recipe for disaster.  I might just fall asleep!

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Tuileries Garden
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Marie: Raphael, look!  Over there!  A phony Phantom R! 

Fondue: Woeuf!

Eric: Stop right there, Phantom R!  No more running around and around the
circus!  You're mine today, mine!

Jerome: Ha ha ha!  I am he!  Scourge of Paris!  Phantom R!  Increasing customer
turnout by...er, I mean, just try to catch me!

Raphael: Ack, he's coming this way...Cheese it, Fondue!

Fondue: Wooeurf?

Marie: Huh?

Raphael: I'd rather not get involved.

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Paris Archives
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Raphael: Here we are, Marie.  The Paris Archives, pride of the city.

Marie: What a building!  This is my first time here, actually.

Raphael: You should see the books inside.  Okay, time to hit the stacks!

Fondue: Woo-woeuf!

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Inside the Paris Archives
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Vanessa: *yaaaawn* I can't keep my eyes open!  Too much work last night...Oh,
hello.  Can I help you find something? *yawn*

Raphael: Well, I'm doing some research on the Sun King...

Vanessa: The Sun King?  We have volumes upon volumes about him!  What exactly
did you want to know?

Raphael:  I was hoping to find out more about his cross...The Cross of the Sun
King.

Vanessa: Hmm...I do believe we had a book titled "Treasures pf the Sun King." 
It could very well be in there.  But that's kept in our special collection.
I'm afraid only members of the Societe Academique are allowed in there,

Raphael: Huh?  I have to be a member to read the book?

---

Raphael:  Guess this Cross of the Sun King is awfully important.

Marie: What do we do, Raphael?

Raphael: No problem, Marie.  This won't be my first trip into the special
collection.  Time to make a phone call...Huh?  There's a phone at the reception
desk!  How can I distract the librarian now?

Marie: You know, Raphael, the librarian looks rather sleepy.  It probably 
wouldn't take much to push her over the edge...

Raphael: I like the way you think, Marie!

----
Christophe: Ungh...My report's due tomorrow, but that lullaby is going to put
me to sleep.  I can barely hear it...Soft and gentle on the breeze...*yawn*
That's it, I'm going home to sleep.

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Outside the Archives
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[singing] Baby sleep, baby sleep, baby sleep until tomorrow
Baby sleep, baby sleep, we'll be playing in your dreams [/singing]

Celine: Lullaby, and goodnight...*yawn*  What is it about these bedtime songs
that make you so sleepy?

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Inside the Archives
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[play the lullaby sound]

Vanessa: ...
...Zzz.
Zzz...Zzz..*mrrph*

Marie: All right!  The librarian's asleep!

Raphael: Unfortunately, we can't just waltz right into the special collection.
We need to figure out the trick to open the door.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: Huh? Looks like the code is different this time.  Better pay close
attention...

++++++++++++++++++++++Open the Door to the Special Collection++++++++++++++++++
Learn the pattern of the changing symbols to guess the eight symbol in the 
sequence and punch it in time with the rhythm.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Raphael: There! Opened!

Marie: Nice job, Raphael!

Raphael: The special collection houses the oldest and rarest books in the
archives.  Let's check it out!

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Inside the Special Collection Room
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Marie: Whoa...I've never seen any of these books before.

Raphael: Let's split up and see if we can find anything that looks promising.

Here!  A book about the Sun King.  Let's see...The "Sun King" refers to King 
Louis XIV...

Marie: Just like Emile said!

Raphael: Yeah.  And it looks like the royal family was in possession of the
Cross of the Sun King.

Marie: Does that mean the royal family of France had some connection to the
Dragon Crown?

Raphael: Maybe.  Sounds like it was hidden in the Palace of Versailles during
the revolution.

Marie: Look here!  It says Napoleon was searching for the Cross of the Sun 
King, too.

Raphael: "After acquiring the Phantom Rosetta Stone, Napoleon gave orders to
find the Cross of the Sin King..." No kidding!

Marie:  What's the Phantom Rosetta Stone?

Raphael: I dunno.  But at least we're getting somewhere!  Let's skedaddle
before the librarian wakes up.

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Outside Paris Archives
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Marie: You think people in town will know about the Phantom Rosetta Stone?

Raphael: I doubt it.  But I know who will.

Marie: Emile!

Raphael: Yup.  If he doesn't, nobody does.  Let's go back to FDR Avenue.

Fondue: Woeuf!

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FDR Avenue
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Raphael: Huh? Emile's not here.

Marie: Let's take a look around, Raphael.

Daniel: The boy who was over there?  He just ran off somewhere with his friend.
They were shouting something about the Seine.

Raphael: The Seine?  Got it.  Let's beat feet!

Marie: Right!

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Pont Alexandre III
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Raymond: Hee hee.  Guess what?  I heard the Louvre beefed up security after
Phantom R's little break-in. Shh!  You can't tell a soul!  It'll be out little
secret.

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Musee Rodin
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Anne: Emile? I just saw him with Michel.  I told them they'd need to do their
reports over again.  Now that I think of it, they mentioned they were going
to the Seine.  You might be able to catch them there.

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The Seine
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Michel: Raphael!  You have to hear this.  I think I may have made an amazing
discovery!  Standing here at the Seine...

Raphael:  Sorry, Emile.  I had a question for you.

Emile:  What about?  The Cross of the Sun King again?

Raphael: No, actually.  Ever heard of the Phantom Rosetta Stone?

Emile: Of course!  I mean, who HASN'T heard of the Phantom Rosetta Stone?  The
Phantom Rosetta Stone is a pair with the other Rosetta Stone in the British
National Museum.  It's on display in the Egypt exhibit at the Louvre right now.
The discovery of the century, they're calling it.

Raphael: At the Louvre? Really?

Marie: Raphael, let's get to the Louvre!

Michel: Hey!  Aren't you going to ask about MY discovery of the century?

----

Emile: The Rosetta Stone in the Louvre is...No, no...Don't mind me!

---

Michel: Uh oh.  Simon knows I skipped out of work.  I'm all out of excuses...

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The Louvre, Denon Wing
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Marie: Um. Raphael?  This isn't the way to the Louvre.

Raphael: Well, it's past closing time so we can't just walk in through the 
front doors.  Don't worry.  I've got a secret way in.  Though it does take a 
little puzzle-solving to use it.

Marie: What!?

+++++++++++++++++++++++++Solve the Riddle of the Relief++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sounds rising from low to high will open a hidden path.  Listening closely to
the sound of each button should make this easy.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Marie: A-Amazing!  I'll bet no one else knows about this at all!

[outfit change]

Phantom R: I was surprised myself when I found it.  Who knows how many secrets
this old place has?  Let's go see what we can find!

Marie: Right.  In we go, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Inside the Louvre
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Marie: I never imagined I'd be inside the Louvre at night...

Phantom R: Personally, I think this is the best way to see art.  All alone,
no distractions.  It's beautiful.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: I know, Fondue.  We'll get to the cameras soon.  Got to make it
inside the Security Room, first.

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Art Display Corridor
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Phantom R: ..! Hold up!  There's a guard!

Marie: Oh no!  What do we do?

Phantom R: We keep going, sneaky-like.

Fondue: Woeuf!
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R22 - Looting the Louvre Redux
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Marie: Raphael!  Are you ok?
Phantom R: You have to ask?  Ride the rhythm.
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Phantom R:  You okay, Marie?

Marie: F-Fine.  My heart's racing!  You look like you enjoy this!

Phantom R: You think?  Okay, let's get into the Security Room.

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Security Room
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Phantom R: Hmm, where's that camera switch...

You remember, don't you, Fondue?  This switch is a dummy.  But this one...
*click*
*click**click*
Huh?  Wasn't that the switch we used last time?  Uh oh...Looks like they
changed their system!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Sorry, Fondue.  I think I messed it up this time.  Guess we'll
have to proceed with caution.

Marie: Are we okay here, Raphael?

Phantom R: No worries.  There's still time before any guards come.  Let's get
to the Egyptian exhibit!

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Egyptian Sculpture
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Phantom R: uh oh.  We're out of time, and that guard isn't budging from the
exhibit room.

Marie: Hmm.  What if we rang the alarm?  The guards will be here soon, anyway.

Phantom R:  Use the alarm as a distraction?  I like the way you think!  Let's
record the sound from one of these alarms.

[play the wrong sound]
> Quoi? What was that?  Maybe I'm hearing things...

[play alarm]
Security Guard: Hrm...? That sound...an intruder!  C-Call the police!

Phantom R: Great, the guard moved!  Now's our chance to find the Phantom 
Rosetta Stone!

The Phantom Rosetta Stone...More like a fragment than a stone.  What am I
supposed to do with this?  According to the description here, Napoleon ordered
the stone broken.  Huh.  This account from the soldier who broke it says it
contained records of ancient, lost civilizations.

Marie: Well, that's not very useful to know.  I guess we're back to square
one...

Phantom R: Don't give up quite so fast.  The Cross of the Sun King wasn't found
during the revolution, right?  That means it might still be hidden at the 
Palace of Versailles.

Marie: You think so?

Phantom R: I think it's a better lead than anything else we've got.  We might
as well head to Versailles and see what we find.

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The Louvre, Main Entry
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[outfit change]

Raphael: So...how do we get to Versailles?

Marie: We could take a bus.  There's one that leaves regularly from the Arc de
Triomphe.

Raphael: Right! To the Arc de Triomphe!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Simone: I've heard the grandest gala is about to start, and only the most
famous people in Paris are invited.  I'd give anything to go, but how?

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Arc de Triomphe
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Raphael: Hey! Let us on too!

Noel: Ack! More passengers!?  I beg your pardons...But my bus has been giving
me no end of trouble...On this day of all days! Euuuuuuuuu!  The sorrow!  I 
would sing the tears away if I could!

Frederik: What is going on here?  If I miss the banquet tonight...You simply
must start this bus!

Noel: Euuuuuuuuu!  The misery!  My bus, it will not go!  And the whining, it
will not stop!  I am caught between a stone and a place that is not soft!
What am I to do!?  Euuuuuuuuu!  When will my bus ride again?  When!?

Marie: More importantly, how do we get to Versailles on a bus that won't
start?

Raphael: Maybe I can help.  What seems to be the problem with the bus?

Noel:  Auuuuuu! Auuu!  Young man!  No, an angel!  You come to me in my
hour of greatest need!  Look! Loooooooook!  See how the smoke rises!  And 
where there's smoke, there's very, very bad engine!  If I am ever to get this
bus going, the three engine switches must be pressed, yes...but in the right
way!!!  The green, like du-du-du-du-du-du-du-du!  The red, dun-dun-dun-dun-dun
-dun!  The yellow, like duuun, duuun!  It is difficult, too difficult!  The
bus, it is a living thing, a moody beast of burden!  Of, fickle 
automobile!

Raphael: I'm not sure what this guy's talking about, but it sounds like I have
to push switches in the right rhythm.  And rhythm happens to be a specialty 
of mine!  Stand back!

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Start the Engine+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Touch the icons at the right time to display the correct numbers on the meters 
and get the engine moving.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Noel: Auuu! My savior!  You have mended that which was broken!  You have made
a bus out of a bust!  Now, get on!

Raphael: After you, Marie.  Let's get to Versailles!




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Chapter 6 - Intrigue in the Shadows                                        C6PR
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Raphael: Phew.  Thought we'd never get here.  There she is...the Palace of
Versailles, home of Louis XIV.

Marie: It's even more incredible than I imagined.

Raphael: If you're gonna have a symbol of the power and majesty of your
monarchy, this is the way to do it.

Marie: Everyone's dressed so nicely...just like on the bus,

Raphael: Maybe there's a party goin' on.

Marie: Let's head in and see.

Fondue: Woeuf! 

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George: Pardon, Monsieur, but the palace is open to invited guests only today.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

---

Raphael: Excuse me, what's all the fuss today?

Marcel: Today?  It is a grand gala in honor of Fete de Paris.  It's all quite
exclusive.  Without an invitation, not even the glitterati can finesse their
way in.  I can only hope that Duchess Elisabeth graces us with her presence.
Today could be the day I finally speak to her!

Raphael: Invitation, eh?  Hold that thought.

Marie: No, Raphael.  How would you feel if someone stole your invitation?  Not
happy, I should think.

Raphael: Well, yeah, but...

Marie: We'll find another way in.

Fondue: Woeuf!

---

Frederik: This is outrageous!  I'm here under their invitation, and there's no
one here to greet me!  Am I that late?  I'll have my driver's head for this...

---

Lucie: Surely you don't have an invitation to the gala.  Just look at you...

---

Robert: Today is the opportunity of a lifetime!  I won't let it go to waste.
Politicians, giants of finance, the aristocracy...the gala brings them all out.
At last I step from my father's shadow.

---

Charles: Ho ho!  What luck!  Just the young lady I hoped to see!

Marie: Who?  Me?

Charles: Ah, I'm getting ahead of myself.  I'm the conductor of a music troupe,
you see.  We were scheduled to perform at the gala today, in fact, but one of 
our players fell ill.  We're short one violinist.

Raphael: And you want Marie to fill in?

Charles: Precisely.  What do you say, Mademoiselle?  Will you perform with us?
It would mean a great deal to me.

Marie: I don't know...

Charles: I could arrange for invitations for you and your friend both.  
Perhaps an impromptu performance to warm you up would do the trick.

Marie: Well...all right.  I'll give it a shot.

[R24 happens]

Charles: Fantastique!  Even better than I had hoped!  Here, the invitations I
promised you.  One for your friend, and one for you.

Marie: Thanks!  I'll try not to disappoint.

Charles: If you perform even half as well as you did just now, I'm sure you
won't.  Oh, and once the performance is done, you're welcome to stay and enjoy
the festivities, of course.

Marie: Thank you.

Charles: Now then, if you'll come with me, I'll introduce you to your fellow
musicians backstage.

Marie: See you after the show, Raphael.

Raphael: Break a leg.

---

George: Pardon me, Monsieur, but the palace is open only to invited gusts...

Raphael: How's this for invited?

George: Ah, that will do nicely.  Enjoy the festivities, Monsieur.

Raphael: Don't mind if I do.

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Entry Hall
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Raphael: Wow...This is one swank do.

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf! *pant* *pant*

Raphael: This is no time to be thinking about food, Fondue.  We're men on a 
mission.

Fondue: Woeurf...

Raphael: C'mon, let's see what we can find in the palace before Marie's concert
finished.  And judging by the size of this place, we're gonna need all the time
we can get.  Shake a leg, Fondue!

Fondue: Wo-Woeuf!

---

Victor: Hello handsome, have you come looking for love too?  Hm?  You don't
know what I mean?  You've heard about the dance in the Hall of Mirrors, non?
My heart flutters in anticipation!  To dance cheek to cheek with women of such
fine social endowments...Such opportunity knocks but once!  No doubt they will
be drawn to my charms like the moth to a flame. Fwoosh!

---

Renaldo: Welcome to the Palace of Versailles.  In celebration of this day,
we've prepared a gala filled with music and fine arts.  Let me begin by
outlining today's program.  There will be a series of concerts in the Hall of
Mirrors, accompanied by a dance.  No one will be allowed in or out during
the performance.  We thank you in advance for your cooperation.  Also, please
be advised that the gardens are closed today.  If you have any questions,
please feel free to approach me or any of the staff.  We hope your visit will
be a pleasant one.

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Second Floor Stairs
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Samuel: I'm sorry, but no one is allowed to enter the Hall of Mirrors while the
concert is in progress.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Raphael: Guess that's where Marie's playing.

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Dining Room
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Marcel: Hm?  Ah, so you were invited as well.  That you are here proves you
are someone to be reckoned with.  But this is my golden opportunity to meet
Duchess Elisabeth.  I'll not have you getting in the way of that!

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Princes' Court
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Lorraine: I'm hoping the gala will take my mind off the ordeal I had at the
opera house.  Say, that dog behind you...Haven't I seen him somewhere before?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Raphael: You seen one dog, you seen'em all.

Lorraine: I suppose so.  My mind must be playing tricks on me.  Ha ha...ha.

---

Frederik: What's the meaning of this?  A few minutes late, and the Hall of 
Mirrors is already locked!?  How dare they keep me out? ME!?  I expect better
than this nincompoopery when I'm in a palace!

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Gallery of Angels
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Cesar: What do I do?  What do I do!?  All right, calm down.  Just gotta move 
this one here, and that one there...*riiip*  No!  The score!  It's hamster-
cage filler!

Raphael: What's up, flute boy?

Cesar: I go on in five minutes, and my music's in shreds.  It's game over, man.
I'll never play in this town again.  A phrase here and a phrase there isn't
going to cut it.

Raphael: Here, lemme have a look.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++Reconstruct the Sheet Music+++++++++++++++++++++++++
Slide the sheet music fragments in the right order to piece it back together.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Raphael: How 'bout this?

Cesar: This is...It's...perfect!  The show can go on!  You're a life saver.
Just saying thanks doesn't seem like enough.  Is there anything I can do to
repay you? 

Raphael: You wouldn't happen to know anything about the Cross of the Sun King,
would you?

Cesar: Hmm...Can't say that I do.  Sorry I couldn't be more help.

Raphael: That's cool.  Thanks anyway.
---
Raphael: Guess we do this the hard way, then.  Let's head to the Chapel Court
and see what we can find.

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Chapel Court
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Raphael: Father?  Wait, don't leave!  Grr.  Where'd he go?

Fondue: Hurn...?

Raphael: I saw my father in the crowd!

Fondue: Woeuf...

Raphael: I have to find him!

Fondue: Woeuf!
---

Ariel: No matter how many times I see it, the Chapel Court never loses its 
charm.  To think Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were married here, and 
Bourbon kings were crowned on this very spot.

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Gallery of Angels
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Cesar: A gentleman with red hair?  Well, I did see someone like that heading
for the stairs, but I can't be sure it was him.

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Princes' Court
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Frederik: Of all the nerve!  What kind of man plows into someone and then runs
off without so much as a "pardon"?

Raphael: Was this hit-and-run artist a guy with red hair, by any chance?

Frederik: You know him, do you?

Raphael: Well, sort of.  I'm trying to find him, actually.  Which way did he
go?

Frederik: I can't say.  I saw him walking for the stairs, but I lost sight of
him.  I've about had it today.  First my driver, now this.  I should've 
stayed in bed.

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Battle Gallery
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Robert: Why, I never...

Raphael: You didn't see a red-haired guy around here, did you?

Robert: See him?  He very nearly knocked me to the ground!  Just who does he
think he is?

Raphael: That's what I'd like to know...So, uh, did you see which way he went?

Robert: I believe he was headed for the Reception Gallery, but I lost him
before I had a chance to give him a choice word or two.  Whatever happened to
common courtesy?

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Reception Gallery
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Lucie: Of all the presumptions, conceited...Does he have any idea who I am?

[try to touch the piano]

Lucie: Hands off!  These ivories are not for you to tickle.  This piano has a
long and illustrious history.  In fact, only members of nobility are allowed
to play it.  I'm the only one here with the pedigree to match.  You weren't
thinking of...oh my.  Ha ha ha!

---

Raphael: Pardon, Madame, but you didn't see a guy with red hair around here,
did you?

Lucie: I should say that I did!  He had the audacity to bump right into me and
then leave without so much as a "pardon"!

Raphael: While you were busy not being apologized to, did you happen to catch
which way he went?

Lucie: I wish I did!  I tried to chase down the brute, but I lost him in the
crowd.

Raphael: Oh well.  Thanks anyway.

---
Raphael: A dead end...He couldn't have just disappeared.  Think you can pick
up my father's scent, Fondue?

Fondue: Woeuf...

Raphael: Too many smells to track, huh?  Where'd he go?  Maybe it wasn't my
father after all.  What if this is just a wild-goose chase?

Fondue: Woeuf.

Raphael: You're right.  No point in beating myself up about it.  The concert 
should be over soon.  Let's go meet Marie.

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Battle Gallery
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Robert: Just when I thought I'd get into the blasted hall...Maybe my father's
shadow has its advantages after all.  But I won't give up without a fight!

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Second Floor Stairs
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Samuel: The concert is over, so you're welcome to come and go as you please.
Thank you for your patience.

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Hall of Mirrors
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Movie 16 - Let the Celebration Begin 
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Marie: Sorry I took so long.

The conductor said as long as I'm borrowing it I should wear it.  What do you
think, Raphael?

Raphael: Hey...Would you like to dance with me?

Marie: Yes.

[R25 happens]
---
Marie: Thanks for waiting.  What's with the costume change, Raphael?

Phantom R: I dunno.  Guess I just feel more comfortable like this when the 
stakes are high.  Nice moves back there, by the way.  I didn't know you could
dance like that.

Marie: Thanks.  To tell you the truth, I was pretty nervous.  But once I got
into it, it was a lot of fun.  I would have been lost if you weren't leading,
though.

Phantom R: Don't sell yourself short.  I'd ask for another dance, but we need
to find the Cross of the Sun King.

Marie: Right.  Just the thought of exploring a palace like this is a little
daunting.

Phantom R: Stick with me, Marie.  You've got all the escort you need right
here.

Marie:  It would be my pleasure, Raphael.

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Second Floor Stairs
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Marie: What's the matter, Raphael?  It seems like something's bothering you.

Phantom R: Sorry.  I just can't get him out of my head.

Marie: Who?

Phantom R: My father...I think I saw him a little while ago.  He was kind of
far away, but I'm pretty sure it was him.

Marie: What would he be doing here?

Phantom R: I don't know.  I tried to catch up with him, but I lost him.  It's 
all good.  Right now we need to focus on finding the Cross of the Sun King.

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Battle Gallery
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Victor: What vision of beauty is it that stands before me?  The noble rose
blossoms in these solemn halls!

Marie: Er...what?

Victor: Forgive me, Mademoiselle.  So enrapt by your beauty I was, I forgot my
manners.

Phantom R: Mind if I cut in?

Victor:  In fact I do.  I was having the most delightful chat with this young
lady.

Phantom R: Well, chat's over.  Come on, Marie.

Victor: Wait!  You didn't even tell me your phone number!

---
Robert: Whew! That royal babe was a...royal babe.  And I had her eating out of
my hand!  Keep going like this and I'll have a friends list full of wealthy
strings to pull.

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Dining Room
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Phantom R: Question: Do you know if the Cross of the Sun King is here in
Versailles?

Marcel: I don't believe I've heard of this cross.  Are you quite sure it's
supposed to be in the palace?

Phantom R: That's what they tell me.

Marcel: In that case, you may want to talk to the guide.  He claims to be quite
the expert on all things Versailles.  Ah, but I believe he's in the Hall of 
Hercules at the moment.  You may not be able to see him.  The orchestra's 
preparing for their next performance.  I imagine only people with the orchestra
can get in.

---

Rodolphe: Hey, Marie.

Marie: Nice job at the concert.

Rodolphe: We couldn't have pulled it off without you.  For a last minute
recruit, you really came through!


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Princes' Court
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Frederik: What's this?  They're not even letting people in the gardens? 
Absurd!  Half the reason to visit the Versailles is to see the Latona Fountain.

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Hall of Mirrors
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Olive: Oh, hey.  I was playing violin with you in the orchestra just now.
Marie, was it?

Marie: That's right.  It was a great honor to play with you.

Olive: We're both musicians, I think we can skip the formalities.  Actually,
I had a favor to ask.  Do you think you could help me tune my violin?

Marie: What do you need me to do?

Olive: Nothing to it.  Just play "do" "re" "mi."

Marie: I would, but there's one problem...I left my violin backstage.

Olive: Yeah, that is a problem.  I just need to hear those basic notes, "do"
"re" "mi", and I'll be set.

Marie: What do you think?  Is there any way we can help her?

Phantom R: I've got it!  There are instruments all over the place around here.
We can use those and record the notes for her.

Marie: Good idea!  Let's go find ourselves some instruments!

[get and play the piano sound]

Olive: Thanks, this is perfect!  Now I'll be ready in time for the next
performance.  Why didn't I think of this?  Well, I'm set, but what about
you?  Didn't you say you had something you needed to do?

Marie: We need to talk to the palace guide.  He's supposed to be in the Hall of
Hercules.  Only they won't let us in while they're preparing for their next
performance.

Olive: Leave it to me.  I'll tell them you're there to help me get ready.  It's
the least I can do after all you've done for me.

Marie: Really?  You'd do that for us? Thanks!

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Hall of Hercules
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Charles: Mademoiselle, I cannot thank you enough.  Your performance was
extraordinary, and we all hope you'll join us again.

Marie: It was my pleasure...my dream, really, to play alongside professionals.
It really brought home how much I still have to learn.

Charles: Keep at it, and I'm sure we'll see great things from you.  If ever I 
can offer guidance, my door is always open.

Marie: That's very generous.  I just may take you up on that!

---

Marie: Excuse me, but are you the palace guide?

Renaldo: Oui, Madame.  My name is Renaldo, at your service.

Marie: I was wondering if I could ask you a question.

Renaldo: You may ask.  If I know the answer, I will tell you.

Marie: Have you heard of the Cross of the Sun King?

Renaldo: Cross of the Sun King!  Hmm...No, I cannot say that I have.

Marie: Oh, I see.

Renaldo: Pardon, Mademoiselle, but are you the young lady who played the violin
in the concert just now?  It was a splendid show.  I have heard few
performances that moved me so, professional or otherwise.  The Duchess will be
quite disappointed to have missed such a wonderful concert.

Phantom R: You don't mean the Duchess Elisabeth, do you?

Renaldo: Yes, as a matter of fact.  The Duchess usually honors us with her 
presence.  A pit she could not be here today.

Marie: ...

Phantom R: You okay, Marie?

Marie: I'm fine, it's nothing.

Phantom R: If you say so.  Looks like this hunt is going nowhere.  Maybe it's
not in the palace after all.  Do you think it would be all right if we took a
look around the gardens?

Renaldo:  Certainly.  The gardens are officially closed, but I believe I can
make an exception. These gardens are known for their amaryllis flowers.
They're not in bloom now, but they truly are striking.  I'll let the guard,
Philippe, know to expect you.  Just ask, and he'll unlock the gardens just
for you.  Now, if you'll excuse me, I must attend to other guests.
---

Phantom R: Amaryllis flowers...Why does that sound so familiar?

Marie: What?

Phantom R: It's from a saying someone told me.  Beneath the sun and moon,
Amaryllis leads those who sing in the rain.

Marie: That's an...odd saying.

Phantom R: Sure, but come on, amaryllis flowers?  It's too much to be a 
coincidence.  Let's go check out those gardens!

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Hall of Mirrors
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Desire: Are you here to enter your dog in the show?  Just speak to that woman
over there and she'll register you in three shakes of a dog's tail.

Lucie: Your dog is...Ah, how do I put this?  Not the brightest test subject in
the lab.  You'll just be wasting everyone's time by entering him in the show.
If you don't mind me saying. Heh heh.

Fondue: Woeurf!

Phantom R: What do you say, Fondue?  Ready to show her who the big cheese is?

Lucie: You're not actually going to enter...that...are you?  Try not to
embarrass yourself too badly, dear.

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R26 - It's Dog Showtime
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Desire
- The 24th Annual Dog Show...begins NOW!
- These dogs are giving it their all!
- In first place it's...Monsieur Fondue!
- And the champion is...Monsieur Fondue! Felicitations!

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Lucie: Was that the same dog you came in with?  I have to admit, I didn't think
he had it in him.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Lucie: I suppose it goes to show you, never judge a dog by his coat.  Unless 
it's a coat competition, of course.

Desire: Your dog was spectacular!  You should enter him next year in the 25th
Annual Dog show.

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Princes' Court
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Frederik: Today's concert was simply...simply...I cannot find the words!

Marie: That bad, was it?

Frederik: Bad?  Don't be absurd!  It was stupendous!  It made everything I 
suffered through to get here today worthwhile.  Merci, Mademoiselle.

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Gallery of Angels
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Philippe: The guide's told me to let you lot through to the gardens.  Go on,
then.

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The Gardens
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Marie: The amaryllis aren't blooming.

Phantom R: Let's look around.  Maybe we'll find some clues.
---

Philippe: The Latona Fountain is just over there.  The story behind it goes all
the way back to Roman and Greek mythology.  After the goddess Latona gave birth
to Apollo and Diana, she turned the nearby villagers to frogs.  The fountain
was made to show the story.  Take a look, you'll see.

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Marie: So this is the Latona Fountain.  It's fantastic...and beautiful.  And 
look at all the frogs.

Phantom R: Apollo and Diana...I wonder...

Marie: What was it, Raphael?

Phantom R: I just remembered something my father told me once, when he was 
carving some Greek statues.  Apollo was the god of the sun, and Diana was the
goddess of the moon. 

Marie: So maybe the sun and moon from the saying are Apollo and Diana?

Phantom R: That's my guess.  And the frogs must be those who sing in the rain.

Marie: But I don't see any amaryllis around here.

Phantom R: Not amaryllis the flower...it's a nursery rhyme.

Marie: I think I remember that song.  I learned it when I was a child.

#Phantom R: That's the one!  Let's try playing it it using these frogs! 

+++++++++++++++++++++++Solve the Riddle of the Amaryllis+++++++++++++++++++++++
Memorize the order of the croaking frogs in the Latona Fountain and touch each
frog in the same order.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: The Cross of the Sun King...No doubt about it, this is the real
thing.

Napoleon: Muh huh huh.  You've found it for me at last.

Phantom R: Napoleon!

Napoleon:  Mmm.  It is just as Graf said.  Let the fox run free, and it will
catch the rabbit. [subtitles: and it will catch the hare for you]

Phantom R: I'm not fox!

Napoleon: And it is no rabbit you have caught.  A portion of my treasure will
be yours. [subtitles: And it is no hare you have caught.]

Phantom R: That's a generous offer...[subtitles: Generous as a king...]
But I have to turn you down.

Napoleon: So eager you are for death?

Phantom R: Marie, I want you to run first change you get.

Marie: But what about you?

Phantom R: Don't worry about me.  I'll be fine.

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R27 - Defeat Napoleon!
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Napoleon: En garde! I challenge you!

Raphael: <Watch their moves or get nailed>
 
Napoleon: You put on a good show.
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[A person appears in front of Marie]
Marie: Ah?  Your timing couldn't be better.  Raphael's in trouble! Eh?

Napoleon: Not bad, Phantom R.  Of course, this was all part of my plan!

Phantom R: What?

BRRRRING...BRRRRRING...BLOOP.

Napoleon: ...Oui.  Yes, I see.  Yes, all according to plan, Graf.

Phantom R: Graf...?

Marie: No...Raphael...Run!

Phantom R: What!?  You've got Marie! You...You coward!

Napoleon: Hoo hoo hoo! Coward? Moi? What you, the loser, call cowarduce, I,
the victor, call brilliance!  Now finish the crown, and I will give you the
girl.  You have until tomorrow...high noon!  The Eiffel Tower should be most
appropriate.  I will be waiting there!  Ooh hoo hoo!
---
Phantom R: That was a mistake.  I wasn't counting on him having a friend in the
palace.  Guess there's nothing to do right now but finish this crown.  Back to
the apartment!

Fondue: Woeuf!




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Chapter 7 - Saving Marie                                                   C7PR
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Raphael: It's finished...So this is the Dragon Crown.  Hmm, nothing's
happening.  Hang on...there's writing!  "He who bears the Dragon Crown rules
the heavens. Moon Princess wakes the throne, but only royal blood opens the
way."  What's with all the mystery lingo?  Ugh.  I wish I had more time to
think this through.  Napoleon said something about Graf...The man I saw in the
palace...Is Graf my father?  No, I have to stay focused.  I have to think of a
way to get Marie back.  Everything else can wait.  We've only got until noon
tomorrow...How are we going to outsmart Napoleon by then?  That's it! Think you
can track a scent for me, Fondue?

Fondue: Hrrrn?

Raphael: There's only one person who can help us: Charlie.  But we have to
track him down first. Hmm, he is Inspector Vergier's son...Maybe one of the
constables will know where we can find him?  That settles it.  First thing
tomorrow, we're headed to the Paris Constabulary.

[the next morning]
Phantom R: Rise and shine, Fondue.  We just have a few hours until noon.  Next
stop, the Paris Constabulary.

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Raphael's Apartment
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Simon: Curse that Raphael...Oh, no, not you.  I was just talking to myself.  I
asked a young man to mind my shop, but he hasn't shown up.  Now I don't know
what to do...The little vagabond is probably off wooing some new girlfriend.

Phantom R: Oops...Was that today?  Oh well, no time for that now.  I'll make it
up to him later.

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Musee Rodin
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Phantom R: Nothin' doin' over here.  Better head back.

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The Market
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Jean: Wanna buy a chicken?  They make great pets! And just look at the luster
of that plumage.  How does he look deep fried!? You monster! That would be like
eating family!
---

Laurant: My meat's the best in the Market.  I never met a person who had a beef
with my boeuf!  Practically melts in your mouth.  Interest you in a bite, 
m'boy?

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The Sorbonne
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Christophe: A little young for the Sorbonne, aren't you?  Oh, you must be here
on a campus tour.  It's a great university.  I have Professor Alan for my 
antiquities class, and he's awesome.  But watch out for Professor Remy!  Once
he catches you he will talk for hours on end about sounds.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Natalie: What to have for lunch...?  Paris isn't the city of lights, it's the 
city of delights!  A sandwich might be nice.  Oooh, or maybe risotto.  So
many choices...

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Petit Pont
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Lazare: Sometimes I worry about Inspector Vergier.  He hasn't taken a single 
day off since he started the hunt for Phantom R.  I can't let him down.
Phantom R could be lurking anywhere.  I have to keep my eyes peeled.

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Notre Dame Cathedral
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Hubert: In this house, all are treated equally...No matter how outlandishly
they may be dressed.

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Paris Constabulary
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Eric: Welcome to the Paris Constabulary, home of Paris' finest.

Phantom R: Oh, brother...

Eric: Pardon, did you say something?

Phantom R: Nope.  But I did have a question for one of Paris' finest.  
You should do.

Eric: We live to serve.  I'll answer if I can.

Phantom R: Do you know where I can find Inspector Vergier?

Eric: Inspector Vergier?  I'm very sorry, but, uh, I'm afraid I can't divulge
that information.

Phantom R: I'm an honest, taxpaying Parisian.  Don't I have a right to know?

Eric: He's on a, uh, special investigation, you see.  Although, he isn't 
technically investigating right now...Okay, you didn't hear this from me, but
a friend of his is opening a new shop today, and he went to wish him luck.
Some place down on the Champs-Elysees.  An art shop, I think.  His friend is
supposed to be some famous artist.

Phantom R: The Champs-Elysees?  Thanks!  I knew I could count on the Paris
Constabulary to come through for me.

Eric: Only doing our job.  Wherever there's a Parisian in trouble, we'll be
there.

---

Loic: What am I going to report to Inspector Vergier?  I haven't found out 
anything new about Phantom R.  Hmm?  Whoever you are, and whatever you need,
you'll have to ask someone else.  I'm far too busy.

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Petit Pont
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Brigitte: Don't stare...You'll embarrass me! Hee hee.  I'm a member of a 
troupe of line dancers.  I'd invite you to come and see me dance, but, well...
You're probably too young to appreciate it yet.  Maybe when you've put some 
hair on that chin.

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Simon: I just called him to mind the shop and he just disappears...That Michel,
when it suits him, he runs like the wind!

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Ecole Militaire
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Bruno: You got good eyes, kid.  I could use someone like you in my kitchen.

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Behind Les Invalides
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Urbain: Practice makes perfect.  If she comes at me here, I feint there...Next
time she won't win so easily!

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Musee d'Orsay Station
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Simone: Have you heard about the new art store on the Champs-Elysees?  Everyone
who's anyone is going.  I'll have to pay a visit myself.  I'm someone, after
all.
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Pont Alexandre III
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Estelle: What a cute dog!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Estelle: One of my customers has the most adorable poodle...I bet you two would
hit it off.  They go on walks through Place de la Concorde all the time.  She
has the cutest pink coat...the dog, not my customer.

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Paris Opera
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Julien: The opera house is closed today. No, nothing to do with the Phantom R
incident.  In fact, we're rehearsing for our next opera, "Love on the Eiffel
Tower."

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Rue Danielle Casanova
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Benoit: Hmm? Let me have a look at you.  You got moxie, kid.  I could use
someone like you on my team.

Phantom R: You have a soccer team?

Benoit: Soccer? Feh! I play a real sport...rugby!  French rugby is the 
champagne of rugby.  Lesser countries can only dream of playing with such
finesse.  With a young buck like you on our side, who knows how far we could
go.  You should come by and play with us sometime.

---

Paul: Hola, amigo!  Where do you go in such a hurry?  I am a musical savior,
come from abroad to bring the funk to this Fete!  You may call me...Paul!  In
my country, the monkeys and the bears dance together regularly!  It's not even
a big deal!  Care to join?

[R29 - Feel the Magic]

Paul: Super good! That was fun, amigo.  We will dance again, I hope?  I am
working on my next rhythm already!

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Place Vendome
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Colette: My gut tells me Phantom R is planning something big today.  Now if I
could just figure out where...
---

Cedric: Tonight we eat quiche, one of the finest dishes in the pantheon of
French cuisine.  A flaky pie crust filled with vegetables and bacon, then
topped with cheese and baked to golden perfection.  And no one makes it like
my mom does.  Oooh, now I've gone and made myself hungry.

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The Louvre
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Daniel: As if one Phantom R wasn't enough, now somebody's impersonating him.
We're not far from where he was spotted.  Phantom R must be pleased.  You have
to be pretty famous to have your own imposter.

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Hotel de Cillon
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Jeanne: A phony Phantom R has been terrorizing the neighborhood...He's supposed
to be to tell apart from the real Phantom R, but he's fast and dangerous all
the same.  What if he tries to steal me!?

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Washington Avenue
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Ghislain: Hey, have you heard about this?  It's great news if you thought the
game has been a little easy so far.  When you're playing a rhythm game, you can
go to that shop and buy a Perfect item to try for a mistake-free-game.

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Champs-Elysees
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Grace: My horoscope said a piece of art would come into my life.  And wouldn't
you know, there's a new art shop on the Champs-Elysees!  I'm headed there
right now.  There's a huge sculpture by the entrance.  You can't miss it.

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Art shop, Entrance
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Albert: Ah, a customer!  Welcome to my art shop.  I opened this shop because I
wanted to help the ordinary Parisian discover a love for art.  So, what can I
do for you today?  Would you like a painting done?  Oh...You're here to see
Vergier.  I'm afraid you missed him.  He left some time ago.  We've been
friends since university.  I only wish he's told me he was coming.  Social
graces were never his strong suit.  He has a kid about your age, you know.  You
just missed each other, in fact.  Apparently Charlie and Vergier had some sort
of a tiff. *scribble* *scribble* Did they look something like...this?

Phantom R: Charlie was here?  You don't know where Charlie went, do you?

Albert: I seem to recall something about the Place Vendome.  Maybe that
explains the striking pink outfit Charlie had on.  Very chic.

Phantom R: Pink? That doesn't sound like Charlie...Well, thanks for the help.
---
Phantom R: Guess we better check out the Place Vendome.

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FDR Avenue
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Emile: The Pont Alexandre III bridge just ahead was built for the Exposition
Universelle in 1990.  The president of France back then was a man named
Emile...just like me!

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Place Vendome
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Colette: Where will Phantom R show up next...?  He's already been seen at the
Louvre, the opera house, and Versailles.  His next target could be...anywhere.
No use standing around wondering.  Time to find some answers!  You...You
wouldn't happen to know where Phantom R might strike next, would you?  You have
no idea?  Well, I suppose the chances were slim.  What?  You want to know if I 
saw a kid wearing pink?  As a matter of fact, I saw someone in pink heading 
towards the apartments just down the road.  A reporter never forgets a face.

---

Cedric: If I were Phantom R, I wouldn't waste my time stealing art.  I'd loot
every three-star restaurant in the city.  The best part is, Paris has so many
restaurants, the constables wouldn't know where to look next.  Just think of
all the crab, lamb, and squab I could eat...Uh oh, there I go again, making
myself hungry.

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Tuileries Garden
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Jerome: Hmm...How to get more customers?  Wait, I know! A duel between the
Phony Phantom R and the Real Phantom R!  That'll bring 'em running.  I'd like 
to take on the real Phantom R one of these days anyway.
---
Phantom R: A real Phantom vs. phony Phantom fight, huh?  What do you think?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Hey.  You that pretender to the Phantom R name?

Jerome: Whoa! Phantom R!?  The real Phantom R!?

Phantom R: Oh, so you admit to being a phony?

Jerome: Phony...Of course not!  You're the phony Phantom R!  And I'll prove it!

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R28 - Return of the Faux Phantom R
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Jerome: Come what may...
Phantom R: This dance is on! Let's dance!

Phantom R
- Time to go galactic!
- Show's over, folks!
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Phantom R: Show's over, folks!  Sorry.  I think you need a little more practice
before you're ready for the big Phantom leagues.

Jerome: Grr...I'll never admit defeat!  Never!  You hear me, Phantom R!?

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The Louvre
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Daniel: Do you know what all this fuss is about?  How am I supposed to relax,
er, work with all this commotion?

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Raphael's apartment
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Phantom R: Michel...Excuse me, person-I've-never-seen-before, but did you see
a kid dressed in pink come through here?

Michel: Hmm, a kid in pink...Come to think of it, I did see someone heading for
the Musee Rodin.  And they didn't look too happy about it, either.

Phantom R: Thanks!

Michel: That voice sounded awfully familiar...

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Musee Rodin
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Jacob: Through snow, sleet, or hail, La Poste delivers.

Phantom R: Don't need a delivery, just info.  Have you seen a kid wearing 
pink come this way?

Jacob: Pink, pink...Ah, there was someone dressed in pink headed for the back
of Les Invalides.

Phantom R: Thanks!

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Behind Les Invalides
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Urbain:  Laugh while you can, Charlie!

Phantom R: Charlie!?  Charlie was here?

Urbain: Oui, Charlie was here.  My archenemy never misses a chance to run my
nose in the dirt.  You two friends?

Phantom R: Er, well...Something like that.

Urbain: Perfect.  Then you can take back this ball.

Phantom R: This soccer ball...It's Charlie's?

Urbain: We had a shootout.  I was outdribbled, and the next thing I know, the
game is over.  Charlie's even better than at the tournament.  But I haven't 
given up yet.  I'll practice...I'll be back.

Phantom R: The soccer ball will have Charlie's scent!  Can you pick it up,
Fondue?

Fondue: Hrrn...Woeuf!  Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom R: He's headed for FDR Avenue?  Well, what are we waiting for?  Shake
a paw!

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FDR Avenue
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Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom R: What's that? Keep going north?

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FDR Station
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Fondue: Hrrn...What's wrong, Fondue?  You lose the scent?  Oh, I get it.  That
old lady's perfume is stuffin' up your sniffer.  I wonder if there's a way we
can get her to clear out.

---
Sarah: I've all but had it with this city.  A mouse just attacked us while we
were walking through Place Vendome.  I couldn't let anything happen to my poor
Sapphire.  He's pedigreed, you know.  So I get out of there as fast as I could.

Phantom R: Sounds like a real brush with death.

Sarah: If I hear so much as another squeak, I'll be beating a hasty retreat.  I
can tell you that.

Phantom R: I feel bad for the lady, but I will get her to go away by getting
her to hear the sound of a mouse.

[get and play the mouse sound]

Sarah: Aiiieee!  Is that a m-m-mouse!?  Filthy beasts!  Come, Sapphire!  It's
not safe here!

Phantom R: Like taking candy from a baby.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Oh, sure.  You're all tough now.  You big scaredy-cat.

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FDR Station#
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#Charles: Out looking for the Phantom Notes?  Meticulously touch the screen to
feel the sound.  I'm look forward to the completion.

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Cafe
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Movie 17 - Charlie Unmasked
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Phantom R: Is that really him...I mean her?

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Bonjour, Charlie.  Is this...seat taken?

[blank stare....]

[startled, gets up and knocks chair over]

Charlie: You! Y-Y-You're Phantom R!

Phantom R: Now now.  We don't want to disturb the other customers 
[Subtitle: We wouldn't want to disturb the other customers].  

[He sits down]

Phantom R: I'm just as surprised as you are.  I never thought you'd look so 
good in a dress!

Charlie: So the truth's out.  This is how I look when I go to school.  What 
do you want?

Phantom R: I've come to ask for your help.

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Charlotte: And so you want me to help you save Marie.  This is a joke, yes?
Why would I help my sworn enemy? 

Phantom R: What, don't I get any credit for saving you back at the opera house?


Charlotte: I did not ask for you for help.  I owe you nothing.

Phantom R: So you're just going to let a madman roam the streets of Paris?  I
thought detectives tried to lock up people like that.

[Charlotte glares at him]

Phantom R: Fine, have it your way.  Sorry to bother you.  Oh, I almost forgot.
Inspector Vergier dropped this.  You mind giving it back to him?

Charlotte:  I do mind.  If I never see him again, it will be too soon.  Wait...
There's something written on the picture.  It's my mother's handwriting...
"I will keep our family safe, while you keep our city safe."  "I know you will
not let us down, my brave, noble constable."  "...Your darling daughter 
Charlotte and your loving wife."  I never knew my mother felt that way about my
father.

[Phantom R starts to walk away]

Charlotte: Phantom R, wait!  If we're going to do this, I want to make one
thing clear: we are still enemies.  This partnership ends as soon as Napoleon
is brought to justice.

Phantom R: I can live with that.  

Charlotte: My father must learn that he is not the only one protecting Paris.

Phantom R: I owe you one, Charlotte. Thanks.

Charlotte: Charlie's fine.  Only my dad calls me Charlotte.  So, what's the 
plan? ... ...  Yes...Yes, with the Eiffel Tower as the stage, that should work.

Phantom R: I'll go on ahead and wait at the Eiffel Tower.  Meet me there when
you're ready.

Charlotte: I will be there.  I'm never late.

Phantom R: I'm counting on it.  See you at the Eiffel Tower!

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: We're coming, Marie.
----

Firmin: Are you a friend of Charlie's?

Phantom: Friend is...one way of putting it.

Firmin: Did you know Charlie dabbles in detective work?

Phantom R: Yeah, I heard.  Gotta admit, I didn't see the whole "I'm a girl" 
reveal coming.

Firmin: I suppose she is a bit of a tomboy, but I find it charming.

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Behind Les Invalides
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Urbain: I can't believe the Vendome Soccer Club's star striker lost a shootout.
Anyone good enough to do that is...well, scary.  I gotta practice hard if I
wanna keep up.

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Champ de Mars
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Matthias: Wherever I jog in the city, the Eiffel Tower is always there, 
watching over me.  But the best view of the tower is right here on Champ de 
Mars.  Just stand among the pillars of the Monument to Peace and you'll see
what I mean.

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Eiffel Tower
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Phantom R: Marie's waiting at the top.  Let's hit that elevator.

Huh.  This elevator needs a code to get it moving.  Don't really have time for
this, but it beats the stairs.  All right, let's figure this out.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Start the Elevator+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Find the pattern of the flashing buttons and press them in the right order
until the gauge at top fills.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: Sweet, that should get it moving.  Next stop, observation deck!
Almost there, Marie!

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Movie 18 - Facing the Chevaliers
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Napoleon: So, you have brought the Dragon Crown?  We make l'echange.  Throw it 
to me, I give you the girl.

Phantom R: You let Marie go first...

Napoleon: An emperor does not negotiate. He gives orders!  And take's what his!

[Phantom R slides the Dragon Crown over...gas comes out of it]

Mais...It's a fake! Grrr!

[more gas containers come falling from the "other Phantom R" using a hang 
glider]

Napoleon: Alors! There's two of these guys?

Phantom R: Okay! Now's my chance!

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R30 - Battle at the Eiffel Tower
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Marie: Help, Phantom R!
Phantom R: Hold on Marie!

Napoleon: Imbeciles! Apprehend him at once!

Marie: Look out, Phantom R!
Phantom R: Just a little more, Marie!

Phantom R
- Show's over folks! I'll be taking Marie back, thanks!

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Movie 19 - Phantom R Takes a Bullet
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Phantom R: Jean-Francois?

Marie: Run, Phantom R!

[Jean-Francois holds up his gun and shoots Phantom R]

Marie: Phantom R!

[Phantom R falls to the ground]

[Jean-Francois looks through Phantom R's pocket]

Phantom R: The Dragon Crown!

Jean-Francois: Ha ha ha! The last great imbecile.  The crown is not the true 
treasure, my boy!

Phantom R: So what is it?

Jean-Francois: It is a key.  Or rather a map to a key!

[holds it up to reflect the sunlight, words appear]

Jean-Francois: Hmm, yes, I see.  How obvious!  I owe you a great debt, 
Phantom R!  I now know the secret to the Key of Commencement!  It was a long 
time coming.

Phantom R: Wh-What are you talking about?

Napoleon: I am pleased, Graf!  Now what was mine shall be mine again.

Phantom R: What?  Your name is Graf?  I thought that Graf was my father.

Jean-Francois: "Graf" is my family's noble title.  A code, if you will, for
my family's secret past.  Elisabeth is one of us too, you know.

Phantom R: You...You give Marie back.

Jean-Francois: It is a pity, but now that I know she is the key, how could
I release her?  Still I suppose I should give you something...How about a 
little lead?  Inscribed Master Raphael, or should I say Phantom R!

Charlie: Grab on, Phantom!

[grabs Phantom R and Fondue and tries to escape by hang glider]

Jean-Francois: Shoot him down! He must not escape! 

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R31 - Gone with the Wind
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Charlie
- Phantom! Don't die on me!


Charlie: You won't get me so easily!
Jean-Francois: Stop dawdling! Shoot!

Charlie: It's one after the other
Jean-Francois: Shoot! Shoooot!
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Jean-Francois: I don't care if they crashed, we have to be sure.  Bring me the
bodies.  My goody two-shoes act has all been for this.  We followed Marie's
every move, let them complete the Dragon Crown for us...All has gone according
to plan.

Napoleon: Even the reunion at the opera house?

Jean-Francois: I thought seeing Marie might change Elisabeth's mind.  But I
underestimated how stubborn she would be.

Napoleon: Elisabeth is the guardian.  She had to put up a fight.

Jean-Francois: But now we hold the key.  All that remains is to awaken the 
treasure.

Napoleon: We will crown a new emperor at the Fete de Paris. Ha ha ha...




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Chapter 8 - Marie's Secret                                                 C8PR
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Charlie: Hmph!  You cannot be dead!  You deserve better.  Where is your grande
finale?  Reveille-toi, idiot!  On your feet!  I still owe you.

Phantom R: Ow ow owww...

Charlie:  So?  You're not shot then? [subtitle: Alors? You are not shot?]

Phantom R:  Just a scratch. Why?

Charlie: Then why didn't you open your eyes? [Subtitle: Then why did you not 
open your eyes!?]  What will you do now?

Phantom R: Find Elisabeth.

Charlie: You mean the Duchess?

Phantom R: Apparently, she is related to Jean-Francois by blood.  She must
know the secret!  Something she couldn't say before...What are you gonna do,
Charlie? [Subtitle: What about you, Charlie?]

Charlie: I'll go check into the station. We can't just let these evil doers 
run rabid, now can we? [subtitle: I will check in at the station.  We cannot 
let these evil doers run freely, you know?]
And I have to return the photo to my father.  If it isn't one thing...

Phantom R: Right.  I'll see what I can find out from Elisabeth.  Thanks for
taking the Constabulary. [subtitle: Thanks for checking with the constabulary]

Charlie: Ahem.  I'm not doing this for you, Phantom R.  I'm just doing my job 
as a private eye and protecting Paris. [subtitles: I do this as an upstanding
invesetigateur....To protect Paris.]

---

Phantom R: So now that I'm officially looking for Elisabeth, how do I find her?

Fondue: woeuf!

Phantom R: Of course!  The Paris Opera!  The staff there might know something.
Let's check it out, Fondue!

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Behind Les Invalides
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Urbain: Did you give Charlie back the ball?

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Champs-Elysees
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Grace: This store here just opened yesterday.  I hear the painter's famous.
Are you one of his friends?

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Place de la Concorde
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Desire: Oh my!  That's quite the dog you've got.  Alsatian Cheesehund, amirite?
Entering the world dog show championships?

Phantom R: A world dog show...?

Desire: Normally only those who have gone through tryouts are allowed, but
we've had a drop out and need to replace them, now!  The competition this year
is "Big Meat Catch"!  A true test of the bond between dog and master!  You and 
your dog should give it a shot!

Phantom R: What do you think, Fondue?

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R32 - Second Helping
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Raphael
- Let's do it, Fondue! [subtitle: Time to shine, Fondue!]
- Keep it coming!
- Way to groove!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Desire: That was superb!  A true tour de force!  I can tell you and your dog
work well together.  It was a pleasure to have you!  I hope you'll consider
participating in future events!

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Raphael's apartment
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Simon: The Fete de Paris is just around the corner.  The whole city is on pins
and needles.  Just in the last few days, I've seen gliders flying from the
Eiffel Tower and knights marching through the streets.  Maybe I'll dress up in
a costume too.  It's been a while...it might be fun.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Natalie: Oh, hello, Raphael.  For a minute there, I didn't recognize you.  Can
I interest you in a macaron?  They're made from scratch.  I think I'm going
to bring some to the festival.  You really should come, too.

---

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Whoa! Huh?  Fondue!?

Poodle: Ooo-woeuf?

Fondue: Ruf ruf ruf ruf!

Phantom R: Hey, Fondue!  Calm down!

Armand: Your dog looks vaguely familiar...But I'm not sure why.  Oh well.

Phantom R: I'm surprised you found her from such a distance, Fondue.

Armand: It's a pity, really.  My poodle doesn't consort with any man who isn't
her type.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R:  Uh oh, I think he's accepting your challenge.

Armand: Good doggy!  But I have to warn you.  My poodle is particularly picky
today.  Think you can win?

Phantom R: I guess Fondue follows me around enough, I can follow him once in a
while.

[R33 happens]

Armand: You may have won the game, but my poodle doesn't seem interested at
all...It's a pity, really.  Someday, I'm sure your dog will find love, too.

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The Market
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Jean: Hello, monsieur!  You look like a man who needs a pet chicken.  Aren't
they just adorable?  You didn't think they were for eating, did you?  Cover 
your ears, my sweetlings!

---

Laurant: I have the finest cuts of beef, lamb, venison...anything but chicken.
The mere sound of my boeuf sizzling will have your mouth a-water.  What do you
say, monsieur?

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The Sorbonne
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Christophe: All the professors at the Sorbonne are a little kooky in their own
ways.  But they're good at what they do!

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Paris Constabulary
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Eric: Welcome to the Paris Constabulary, the city's last line on defense!

Phantom R: Yeah, right.

Eric: Excuse me?  Did you say something?

---

Loic: Welcome to the Paris Constabulary.

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Hotel de Cillon
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Jeanne: I hear the Phony Phantom R was seen here not long ago!  If there was a
contest between the real R and the Phony Phantom, I'd be first in line to
watch!

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Place Vendome
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Cedric: I've discovered new horizons!  Tell me, have you ever partaken of white
chocolate mousse?  Ooh la la, the texture upon the tongue!  The taste upon the
lips!  It is the true expression of Paris in a dessert.

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Paris Opera
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Phantom R: Excuse me,

Julien: I'm sorry, but we're in rehearsal today.

Phantom R: Actually, I had a question for you.

Julien: What? For me?  Well, certainly.  I'd be happy to help.

Phantom R: I know the Duchess Elisabeth is a regular patron here, I was 
wondering, do you know where she lives?

Julien: You mean the Duchess' manse?  I beg your pardon, but it's against Paris
Opera policy to divulge personal information about our audience! !?  Your eyes!
Those are the eyes of truth!  No, say nothing.  I know it when I see it.
You're the real thing.  The real deal.  I'm not sure I've seen anyone with eyes
quite like that.  Not ever.  Very well.  I'll tell you.  But know that I Cannot
contact the duchess directly, nor do I know her address.  There is a Professor
Alan at the Sorbonne, through whom I contact the duchess when such need arises.
I'm sure if you asked him, he'd be able to tell you where the duchess resides.

Phantom R: Professor Alan?  A.k.a. Professor Sleepyhead?  Thank you for your
trust, sirt.  I'll try the Sorbonne.

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Rue Danielle Casanova
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Benoit: Oh, you there.  I see you have a great sense of rhythm.  How about you
join my team?

Phantom R: Team? For Rugby?

Benoit: Rugby? No way buddy.  My football team.  Recently, I saw a youth
football game.  It moved me so much that before I knew it, I had created my
own team.  If we had someone competent like you, so full of life in our squad I
think we would be so much stronger.  How about it?

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Tuileries Garden
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Maxim: It's so much fun! and it's so cheap!  Get your self one of Maxim's
Balloons!  How about one for the fete?

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Matthias: Running around Paris, one gets to meet lots of different people. 
That is the best part of it.  For example, in the Tuileries Garden there was a
boy dressed as Phantom R challenging passersby.  At the Place de la Concorde 
they are accepting entrants for the world dog show.  At Rue Danielle Casanova
there was a cheerful man holding a maraca and dancing.  At Place Henri-Mondor
there was a cute poodle being wooed by another doggie.  At the Ecole Militaire
the people working in the restaurant looked troubled for some reason...If you
are interested, you should go and see for yourself.

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The Sorbonne
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Phantom R: Professor Alan...Doesn't seem to be here today.

---

Phantom R: Hello? I'm looking for Professor Alan...

Christophe: Professor Alan?  We don't have time for that now!  Professor Remy
is on the loose!

---
Rosalie: How many times do I have to say it, Professor Remy?  Enough is enough!

Remy:  Oh, but my dear Rosalie!  It's only been three hours, I could talk about
French music for days!

Rosalie: And that's just the problem.  None of the students want to listen to
this every time you have a fight with your wife.

Remy: Is that my problem, or theirs?  All I'm saying is that, as the premier
scholar of music at the university, those who make good music are good...And
those who make bad music are bad!  Whether or not I had a fight with my wife
has nothing to do with it.  Now, where was I?  Ah, yes.  I hadn't even finished
my introduction.
---

Phantom R: That was the girl who helped me find the professor.  We should help
her out.

Remy: Hnn?  Who are you?  Are you here to listen to my lecture, too?  The more
the merrier, I suppose.

[Phantom R leaves, but Fondue is still there]

Remy: Last night I was telling my wife the very same thing, and the next thing
I knew she had slipped out.  I must have upset her.

Fondue: Worf? Worf? Woeuf! [flees]

Rosalie: They...They left me here.  How am I supposed to get away now?

Remy: Now, where was I?

---

Phantom R: I wonder what kind of person the professor's wife is.  Someone who
can escape his talks has to be fit and agile.

---

Christophe: Professor Remy is quite the famous music instructor here at the
Sorbonne.  He's head over heels in love with his wife.  He'll drop everything
if he as so much senses her nearby.  It's terrible when he's had a fight with
her.  If you cross him the next day, you'll be stuck listening to him for
hours.  This is a secret between you and me.  I hear Professor Remy's wife is
a professional dancer.  When you see her in town, you will notice her straight
away.

---

Remy: Of, my dear wife.  How could you let such a little thing upset you?  This
report is terrible. D!

Rosalie: Hmm...I wonder how long it will take him to snap out of it this time?

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Natalie: Don't you just love dancing?  I saw the most beautiful dancer 
performing down at the Petit Pont.  I was so impressed, I gave her all of my
macarons.  Maybe I'll drop baking and take up dancing.

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Petit Pont
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Brigitte: Oooh, you have the cutest little doggie.  *smooch*  I hope he knows
better than to kiss and tell.  What would my honey say? Ha ha ha!  My husband
is a typical jealous type.  If he hears the sound of kissing he will be over in
a flash.  The show will begin soon.  Please come and see my show, once you get
a little older.

[you get the kiss sound]

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The Sorbonne
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[play the kiss sound]

Remy: That sound!  Where?  Where is it?  That dulcet tone of the sweetest lips!
So full of love!  My precious wife!  My beloved!  Let us speak together of 
music...and love! [leaves]

Rosalie: You!  Thank you so much!  That professor's really out of control...
Speaking of which, did you ever manage to talk with Professor Alan?

Phantom R: Yes, but I actually need to speak with him again.

Rosalie: Oh, okay.  Well I don't think he's gone to sleep quite yet today.
I'll call him right away!

Alan: Hnn?  I was wondering who it was calling on me.  You're that boy from the
other day!  Thank you for your help, by the way.  Did you find out that 
information about the Queen's Pendant you were looking for?

Phantom R: Yes.  It took a bit of doing, though.

Alan: I see, I see.  Well, all's well that ends well, eh?  Nothing better than
doing the research yourself, I say.  So, how can I help you today?

Phantom R: Actually, it's related to the pendant, but I was wondering if you
could tell me how to find Duchess Elisabeth?

Alan: You're looking for the duchess' manse?

Phantom R: Yes.  There's something I need to find out and she's really the only
person I can ask.

Alan: Hmm...The Queen's Pendant, the Duchess Elisabeth, and that bracelet you
wear...It all points to...Ah!  I'm guessing you already know quite a bit.  No
harm in telling you more.  The duchess's manse is very close to the Market.
It's quite large.  For the manse's size, it's easy to overlook.  Still, if you
go to the right place you're sure to find it.

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Elisabeth's Manse
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Phantom R: Who knew such a huge building was here?  Hmm, maybe that's a
servant?  Let's try talking to her!

---

Phantom R: Excuse me?  I was hoping to meet with Duchess Elisabeth...

Barbara: Do you have an appointment?

Phantom R: Uh, no.

Barbara: I'm sorry, but we cannot accept visitors without prior arrangement.

Phantom R: Serves me right for trying the front door...

Barbara: *rumble* *rumble*  Oh my!  I beg your pardon.

Phantom R: Hmm...Maybe she'll go grab a bite to eat if she feels a little
hungrier.

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The Market
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Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Whoa! Huh?  Fondue!?

Laurent: Can I interest monsieur in a juicy steak for tonight?  I have the 
finest cuts of beef, lamb, venison...anything but chicken.  The mere sound of
my boeuf sizzling will have your mouth a-water.  What do you say, monsieur?

Phantom R: Fondue, I'm afraid we won't be buying any.

Fondue: Woeurrrf...

Phantom R: With this sound, maybe I can make that helper even more hungrier...

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Elisabeth's Manse
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Barbara: I'm sorry, but we cannot accept visitors without prior arrangement.
Another day, perhaps.

[play the cooking sound]

Barbara: I can't...can't resist the sound of fresh meat!  *rumble* *rumble*
I know it's not my break time yet, but a girl has to eat! [leaves]

Phantom R: Wow, I don't think even we run that fast, Fondue.

Fondue: Boeuf...er, woeuf!

Phantom R: You know how she feels, huh?  Well, tough luck.  We're on important
business.  Keep sharp, Fondue.

Fondue: Woeurrrf...

[go inside]
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R34 - To the Manor Borne
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Phantom R: What mystery lies ahead? Onward, Fondue!
Fondue: Woeuf!

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Inside Elisabeth's Manse
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Phantom R: All right! Infiltration was a success.  The duchess hasn't skimped
on security.  Let's find her quick.

---
[If you leave and try to re-enter through the front door]
Phantom R: Well, the front door's locked.  Not that I'm surprised.  Wonder if
there's another way in?
---
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Elisabeth's Room
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Phantom R: This is the duchess's room...Looks like she's not in.  And we don't
have time to wait around.  Not that I like snooping, but when life hands you
an opportunity...

[check one of the paintings]
---
Phantom R: What's this...?  Elisabeth's Diary!?  What is it doing here?  
"Today is the best day of my life, for today, my daughter was born to me.  May
God watch over her always."

So Marie was Elisabeth's daughter..."My child may very well be the last blood
descendant of the Babylonian royal house."

Marie has royal Babylonian blood!?  "My cousin, Jean-Francois, has discovered
the truth...I believe he was pulling the strings in the Mystere Incident."

So Elisabeth knew about Jean-Francois?  "The Dragon Crown must not rise
again..." "...Diodorus's painting must not become reality."

Diodorus's painting...?  I wonder what that's all about.  There must be more
clues around here somewhere.  Let's take a look...

---

[check the lock on the desk]

Phantom R: Is this...a lock of some sort?  Well, there's only one thing to do
with a lock.  Unlock it!

+++++++++++++++++++++++++Solve the Riddle of the Antique+++++++++++++++++++++++
Move the hidden controls up and down to arrange them to play the right song.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: A hidden chamber!  This lock must have opened the secret door!  I 
wonder what's in there?

[go inside]

Phantom R: Look at all this strange artwork.  I've never seen anything like it!

---

Phantom R: Huh?  Looks like a description of the painting.  This structure was
built by the ancients of Mesopotamia, worshippers of the moon god, Sin.  
Painted by...Diodorus!  That's the name from the diary!  Wait...Could THIS
be Napoleon's treasure?  The true Dragon Crown...?
 
[crash noises]

Phantom R: Huh? What's that noise?  Sounds like it was from downstairs.  Let's
check it out!

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Inside Elisabeth's Manse
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[Alfred is on the ground, surrounded by the Chevaliers]

Phantom R: The Chevaliers Diabolique!

Chevalier: Phantom R!  What are you doing here!?  Bah.  Who cares?  We have
what we came for.  He will give the order to destroy you soon enough!  I know
I'm looking forward to it!

---

Phantom R: Are you okay!?

Alfred: You...You're Phantom R...

Phantom R: What happened!?

Alfred: I failed...They've taken her.  They've taken the duchess!

Phantom R: Elisabeth!?

Alfred: P-Please.  You must rescue her!  She is a good person, truly...She had
to protect the treasure!  The Place de la Concorde...Please, hurry!  The
duchess is there...and Marie too.  Please...hurry!  I fear the worst is about
to happen...

Phantom R: I understand.  I'll save both of them, phantom's honor.

----
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Place de la Concorde
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Eric: Inspector Vergier!  What's going on here?

Vergier: I cannot say.  But I find myself inclined to believe Charlotte's
story.  Those involved in the Mystere incident have been up to something...
Keep your eyes sharp!

Eric: Oui, Monsieur Inspector!

[sounds of panicked people]
Vergier: This is not good.  We must evacuate the city at once!

Napoleon: I am Napoleon.  Your emperor from this day forth!

Vergier:  Napoleon? C'est ridicule, ca!

Napoleon: I understand that you might not believe what I say...for I have slept
a very, very long time.  I see the gendarmes have forgotten me.  Perhaps a
reintroduction is in order!

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R35 - Vergier vs. the Chevaliers
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Vergier: The streets of Paris...are under our protection!  
After him! [subtitles: To battle!]

Napoleon: You will learn to kneel.
Vergier: Are you pansies or Parisians?

Napoleon: Oh ho ho! Magnifique, Inspector!
Vergier: Paris has seen worse than you!

Vergier: Emma...I have kept my promise!

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[Movie 20 - Reconciliation happens

- no spoken dialogue]
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Charlie: For such a large area, you leave your posterior quite undefended.

Vergier: Charlotte!

Charlie: And you dropped something.  You owe her, right? [You owe her, non?]

Vergier: Indeed.  For who else do I defend Paris, if not your mother?

Charlie:  No time like the present, father [No time like the present, papa].
I'll help.  You look like you need it. 

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Movie 21 - Key to the Hanging Gardens
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Napoleon: I have had enough of the play time.  Now, you bow before my 
magnificence!  Now play the song.  Play us Moon Princess!

Marie: Never! I'd rather die!

Napoleon: Maybe later, but for now...

[The Chevaliers bring Elisabeth]

Napoleon: If you do not play, your mother will die.

Marie: You're wrong.  That person is not my mother.

Napoleon: Ha ha ha. How little you know.  Elisabeth has been lying.  Trying to
protect you.

Marie: But why would she do that?

Elisabeth: Do not play the song!  I am nothing but a stranger to you little 
girl.  Please do not torture yourself on my account.

Elisabeth: No, Marie!

Marie: I never knew how nice hearing my own name could be.  I don't care whose
mother you are, I don't want you to die.

Napoleon: Ha ha ha! Marie was the key to everything!  Too long have I waited 
for this moment.  It is time to rise again. Rise, great treasure of antiquity!
 

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Phantom R: What's going on here?  The Chevaliers Diabolique!

Chevaliers: Ah ha!  Phantom R!  We won't let you interfere with the emperor's
plans!  Get ready to dance your last, Phantom R!

Phantom R: Grr!  I don't have time to tango with these guys...Cheese it, 
Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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R36 - To the Eiffel Tower
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Phantom R
- I'm coming Napoleon! Let's move!
- Napoleon, what are you up to? [Subtitles: What are you up to, Napoleon?]

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Movie 22 - Napoleon's Speech
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Vergier: I cannot believe something so vast was concealed beneath the streets 
of Paris!  And now look, it floats!


Napoleon: Oh ha ha ha!  MY greatest possession, most powerful of all weapons!
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon!  Witness the true form of the crown of 
dragons!  Kneel before her glory if you know what's good for you!  The World 
has been too long without her emperor.

Phantom R: I'm pretty sure there's a law against taking office after death.

Phantom R: Alors, if it is not the Phantom R.  I see you are still idiot enough
to challenge me!

Napoleon: Perhaps I forgot to mention that these Hanging Gardens allow me to
wield weather as a weapon!  The penalty for treason is death!  A regrettable 
choice, Phantom R!

[lightning strikes everywhere.  Townspeople run and scream]

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Movie 23 - Into the Hanging Gardens
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Your struggles will accomplish nothing!  

[the lightning starts to only hit the Eiffel Tower]

Napoleon: Hey! Who stole my thunder!?

Phantom R: The Eiffel Tower's got a lightning rod!

Vergier: EVerybody into the tower! Allons-y!  We will strike from there!




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Chapter 9 - Weapon in the Clouds                                           C9PR
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Landing Pad
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Phantom R: The hanging Gardens of Babylon...Hard to believe people could build
something like this thousands of years ago.

Fondue: Woeuf.

Phantom R: No time for sightseeing, Fondue.  We've got some bad guys to bag!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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3rd Level Corridor
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Fondue: Woeuf. Woeuf!

Phantom R: You picked up their scent?  Take me to 'em, boy!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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2nd Level Corridor
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Phantom R: There's something written on this statue.

Fondue: Hurn...?

Strange Statue: 
"Ruler of the Gardens 
Aether, Storm, and Rain 
Bend before your Might" 

"Seeker of Power
Stand upon the Summit
Strike with hand Divine"

Phantom R: Who could have written all this?

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2nd Level Doorway
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Strange Statue [to the right]: 
"We awaken to the approach of Death
Seize the Light that the Blue stone may Shine"

Strange Statue [first to the left]:
"Seize the moment it Appears
to Capture the Eight Light"

Phantom R: The eight light, huh?  I wonder what it means...

Strange Statue [second to the left]:
"Black Knight
Bend knee to Gardens' Ruler
Sometimes Angel, Sometimes Devil"

Phantom R: I wonder who this black knight is...

Fondue: Hurn...?

---

Phantom R: Figures.  The door's locked.  Hang on.  What's with this panel?  If
I had to guess, figuring out this panel is the key to getting inside.  Here
goes nothing,

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++Disarm the Lock on the Door+++++++++++++++++++++++++
Touch the touch screen to activate.  Touch the eight icon to light up at just
the right time.  When the crystal glows its brightest, the door will open.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Phantom R: Sweet!  We're in.  Shake a leg, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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Gardens in the Sky
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Phantom R: Marie, I'm here for you.[Subtitles: Allo, Marie.  I'm back for you.]

Marie: Phantom R!

Napoleon: Apparently, the petit thief does not know when to die!

Phantom R: I'm taking them back, Napoleon.  Both of them.  I'll take care of
Monsieur Delusions-of-Grandeur.  You've got Marie, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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R37 - Chevalier Showdown
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Napoleon: To battle, my servants!
Phantom R: Step aside!

Napoleon: You are not equal to me!  Phantom R!

Phantom R: You got that right. I'm better than you'll ever be!

Fondue: Woeuf!
Phantom R: You too, Fondue!  We'll be taking our friends back!

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Movie - Elisabeth is Shot
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Napoleon: Those who turn on me will be punished...in the most shameful manner 
possible.  You have my word as a Frenchman.

[Points gun at Marie]

Napoleon: The girl will die, and you will be contemplate your powerlessness.

Phantom :R No, stop!

[Marie closes her eyes...when she opens them, Elisabeth is in front of her;
Elisabeth falls to the ground]

Marie: Why...?

Elisabeth: Forgive me, Marie.  I wanted to spare you from all this.  That is 
why I gave you to the convent while you were yet an infant.  But, I'm glad I 
was able to protect you, so many years later.  Ma chere, Marie.

Marie: Mother! No, don't leave me again. Mama!!! mama!!!

Phantom R: Got one world for you, Napoleon: Waterloo!

Napoleon: Pfft.  Allons-y, Jean-Francois.  We will met on a battlefield of
our choosing. 

Phantom R: No stop!

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Gardens in the Sky
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Phantom R: Fondue!  Take Marie to Inspector Vergier!  I'm going after them!

Fondue: Woruf!

---

Strange Statue: 
"Seize the Light
When the Blue stone Shines brightest
All ways shall Open"

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Fountain in the Sky
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Napoleon: The bandit does not know when to quit!

Jean-Francois: Leave this to me, my emperor.

Napoleon: With pleasure, Graf.

Phantom R: Jean-Francois!  Marie trusted you! How could you? [subtitles: Marie
trusted you!]

Jean-Francois: Sacrifices are necessary if one is to realize one's ambitious
ideals!  Can I help it if my destiny is to rule the less-intellectually-gifted
masses?

Phantom R: Ideals?  Destiny?  You've broken Marie's heart!

Jean-Francois: I did not expect a petit thief to understand.

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Movie 25 - The True Chevaliers
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[Jean-Francois is laughing]

Phantom R:  Whoa.  Who're your friends?

Jean-Francois: The real Chevaliers Diabolique.  Created to defend the 
Babylonian Empire.  They know no pity, no mercy.  They know only desruction.  
This time it is au revoir, Phantom R!

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R38 - The True Chevaliers
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There's...too many of them!
Too many for Phantom R?
Charlie!
We must defend Paris!
Inspector Vergier!
Good.  The three of you can die together!

Charlie: Whoa!
Need a hand?
Keep your hands to yourself!

Allez!  Show them what the city's finest can do!
Jean-Francois: Don't tell me we're losing ground!

Charlie: You go on!  Leave this to me!
Vergier: Don't let them escape!
Phantom R: Thanks, guys!  I owe you one.  I mean it.

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Fountain in the Sky
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Phantom R: I'm not letting Jean-Francois and Napoleon get away this time!

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Subterrane Stair, Bottom
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Strange Statue: 
"The heart of the King beats
In time with Moon's Melody
Moving the Gardens"

Phantom R: Heart of the king?  Moon's melody?  That's gotta be talking about
Marie.

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Central Passage, Corner
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Strange Statue:
"The Gardens Sing"
"Seize the Light
When Blue stone Shines brightest
All ways shall Open."

Phantom R: Blue stone?

---

Phantom R: Need a find way to open this lock...and fast.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++Disarm the Lock on the Door+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Touch the touch screen to activate.  Touch the eight icon to light up at just
the right time.  When the crystal glows its brightest, the door will open.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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Central Passage
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Phantom R: Where are they!?

*swoosh*

Phantom R: Whoa!

Jean-Francois:  Ech!  Why is it that the most unsightly stains must be scrubbed
out by hand?

Phantom R: My heart bleeds for you, Jean-Francois.

Jean-Francois:  If you're Isaac's son, shouldn't you be helping us?

Phantom R: How did you know my dad's name!?

Jean-Francois: Did you not see him beneath Les Invalides?  Yes...Your farther 
is one of us.

Phantom R: No...That's impossible.

Jean-Francois: Oh, I guess you didn't know.  Very well.  I'll tell you.  He
began making forgeries for our organization when you were still young.  You
were very sick, you know.

Phantom R: He...made those forgeries to pay the doctors.

Jean-Francois: Yes.  And now he works for an even higher, more noble cause.
The subjugation of the world beneath her true emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte!

Phantom R: Liar! My father would never do that!

Jean-Francois: Such sweet memories of your father you must have.  You can take
them with you to your grave!

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R39 - En Garde, Jean-Francois
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Jean-Francois: Would you like to see what this weapon can do, Phantom R?

Jean-Francois: This is quite impossible!
Phantom R: You're going down, JF!

Jean-Francois: But...this weapon is invincible!
Phantom R: Sorry, but it's very vincibile!

Jean-Francois: Th-There has to be some mistake...
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Jean-Francois: This is a most...unexpected development.

Vergier: Jean-Francois...or perhaps I should call you Graf.  I place you under
arrest for disturbing the peace.

Jean-Francois: You have me wrong.  I only wanted to see my beloved France reign
supreme once again.

Vergier: We'll hear your excuses down at the station.  Take him away.

---

Vergier: You put me in the awkward position of thanking you, Phantom R.  Today
you have saved Paris.  But tomorrow is another day.  We will catch you, 
Phantom R.  On my honor as an inspector, we will catch you!  Until then, I bid
you adieu.

---

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: You're right, Fondue.  This isn't over yet.  We still have to track
down Napoleon!

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Special Outer Passage
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Phantom R: What the...Don't tell me we have to turn back now.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Huh?  We can keep going along these rocks?  Good thinking, Fondue.
No time to find another way.  Gotta press on!

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R40 - Through the Hanging Gardens
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Phantom R: We're coming, Napoleon!
Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Phantom R: You can't run forever
Fondue: Woeurrrf!

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Lift, Bottom
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Strange Statue:
"Seize the Light
When blue stone Shines brightest
All ways shall Open"

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Engine Room, Core
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Phantom R: End of the line, Napoleon!

Napoleon:  It seems Jean-Francois' incompetence is dwarfed only by his
over-confidence.

Phantom R: I'm putting the Water back in your Loo!

Napoleon: Hoo hoo hah!  All show and no substance!  Do your worst, boy! I will
give you a taste of the very blade I have served to so many.

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R41 - Showdown with Napoleon
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Napoleon: This is the finale! Begin!
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Movie 26 - The Winds of Paris
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Napoleon: It's not possible...How could I lose?  No matter.  He will continue 
the work I have began in his name!

Phantom: He will continue? Who are you talking about!?

Napoleon: As it happens my true name is Leonard Bonar.  A mere shadow to the 
true emperor's light.

Phantom R: Bonar What are you up to!?

Napoleon: Cleaning up this mess! Cleaning it for him!

[does something to the reactor]

Napoleon: He will wade through the rubble of this world, and from it construct
a new order!

[walks to the edge]

Napoleon: We have triumphed, Phantom R!

[as he's falling]  Napoleon: Oh ha ha ha ha ha!!

Phantom R: Okay. Now it's time to put an end to this.
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Engine Room, Core
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Phantom R: Grr...Need to find a way to shut down this reactor, and fast.

---

Phantom R: Nope.

---

Phantom R: No good.  I'm kind of at a loss here.

---

Phantom R: This...is not working.

Marie: Phantom R!

Phantom R: Marie?  What are you doing here?  What happened to Duchess 
Elisabeth?

Marie: My mother's fine.  Do you know what the constable told me?  He said this
pendant kept her safe!

[a picture of young Marie is in the bullet-dented pendant]

Phantom R: Well, well, well.  Looks like she was your guardian angel.

Kaboom!

Phantom R: Marie!  Quickly!  I can't shut the reactor down!

Marie: What will happen?

Phantom R: I don't 'know.  But given the size of this thing...it's bound to be
bad.  Gah!  So close.

Marie: We'll make it.

[Fondue comes with Marie's violin]

Fondue: Rouf rouf!

Marie: Fondue!

Fondue: Rouf! Rou-rouf!

Marie: A...violin!?  Brave, noble Fondue!  You're trying to cheer him up,
aren't you?  Don't give up, Phantom R!  There's always hope, right until the 
last curtain closes.

[R42 - Melody of Hope happens]
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Movie 27 - The Bracelet of Tiamat
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Phantom R: The Bracelet of Tiamat! 

[Elisabeth: Since ancient times, the bracelet has been 
worn by those who does the Earth Mother Tiamat's will upon the land.]

Phantom R: Elisabeth gave me the Queen's Pendant because I wore this 
bracelet...And I get the feeling I'm not the only one in Paris who wants to 
stop these Hanging Gardens.  In fact, there's a good chance that everyone in 
Paris wants this stopped!  If I could somehow channel their energy...

[Marie starts playing Moon Princess; the bracelet starts to glow]

Phantom R: Thanks, Marie!  If I was alone I'd have given up a long time ago.
There it is, the rhythm of the city! It's coming in through the bracelet!
[I can feel] The pulse of the people!  I can feel the rhythm of the land!
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[R43 - Mastermind happens]
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Movie 28 - Collapse of the Gardens
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Phantom R: Don't worry, Paris.  I can hear you loud and clear!

[light from the bracelet shatters the blue crystal]

Marie: Ah!

Phantom R: Let's move!  This place won't hold!  Hurry!

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Lift, Bottom
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Phantom R: Marie!  Fondue!  Let's get outta here!

---
Strange Statue:
"Seize...Light
...Blue stone...Brightest
All ways...Open"

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2nd Level Corridor
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Phantom R: Marie, look out!

Marie: Aiiieee!

Vrrrn, vrrrn, vrrrn...

Phantom R: No going back the way we came.  We'll just have to find another 
way.

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2nd Level Doorway
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Marie: The door won't open.  We're trapped.

Phantom R: Can't catch a break, can we?


+++++++++++++++++++++++++Disarm the Lock on the Door+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Touch the touch screen to activate.  Touch the eight icon to light up at just
the right time.  When the crystal glows its brightest, the door will open.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


Phantom R: Sweet!  We're in.  Shake a leg, Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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2nd Level Outer Passage
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Fondue: Woeuf!  

Phantom R: I don't know, Fondue.  This way looks too dangerous to me.

Marie: We don't have time to be choosy.

Phantom R: Right.  It's crunch time.  We'll make it work. C'mon!

Fondue: Woeuf!

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R44 - Flight from the Gardens
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Marie: Eek!
Phantom R: Careful where you walk.

Marie: Just a little farther...
Phantom R: Time to move!

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Movie 29 - Fete de Paris Serenade
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[The Hanging Gardens is falling apart]

[Running down the hallway, Marie stumbles; Phantom R prevents her from falling]

Phantom R: Marie!

[Her clip falls to the ground.  They leave it and continue to run]

[There is a giant gap]

Phantom R: Marie, we have to jump!

[they jump; Fondue makes it, but the place Phantom R lands on breaks]

Marie: Ahhh!

[someone grabs Phantom R by the hand]

Phantom R: Charlie!

Charlie: Now we're even, my dear old friend.

[outside the Eiffel Tower]

Phantom R: It's over, Marie.  No more worries...no more being a pawn in their 
games.

Marie: Thank you.

Phantom R: Cool!

[they hold hands as they watch the fireworks go off behind the Eiffel Tower]




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Chapter 10 - Parting Ways                                                 C10PR
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Fondue: Woeuf, woeuf?

Phantom R: Whaddya mean where are we going?  We're gonna see the Duchess
Elisabeth and ask her some questions.  And don't forget, all that fuss pushed
the festivities back to today.  Once everything is straightened out, I intend 
to party like it's 1790.

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Raphael's Apartment
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Charles: How goes the hunt for the Phantom Notes?
---

Paula: Bounjour.

Phantom R: Er...bonjour.

Paula: What a splendid costume.  It's just perfect for the Fete de Paris!

Phantom R: Uh, thanks.

Paula: And we couldn't have asked for better weather.  This will be a Fete de 
Paris to remember!  Stay out of trouble, Raphie.

Fondue: Woeuf?

Phantom R: Madame Paula?  She wouldn't rat us out.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Phantom R: Besides, she thought I was wearing a costume.  Unless she was just
playing along.  Clever girl.

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Rue des Saints-Peres
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Simon: I told Michel to mind the shop!  Where has that boy gone off to now?

Phantom R: I'm starting to think Michel is even harder to catch a hold of than
I am.

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Place Henri-Mondor
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Natalie: The Fete de Paris is finally here, and it's time for me to get
cooking!  And baking macarons, of course.  I'm going to be busy today!  I 
should head over to the Market soon.

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Rue de Conti
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Lazare: The full night of the Paris constabulary is on display today!  We have
to keep the streets orderly so everyone can enjoy themselves.

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Constabulary Back Door
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Cyril: It's you, isn't it!?  The one who ratted me out for selling those
tickets!  You best muscle up.  'Cause I've got muscle of my own today!

[No > Get back here! Face the music!]

Yes > You're up, Gaston!

Gaston: Nothing personal, mind you.  But he who pays the piper calls the tune.

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R46 - Enter the Waiter
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Gaston
- It's nothing personal. Hwa-chaa!  Here I come!
- That was a warm-up!  Hyah!  No more Mr. Nice!
- Hyah? Hwa-too!  He beat my kung fu!

Phantom R: Someone's been watching too many movies.
Gaston: I am...defeated!

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Gaston: Impossible!  How could I fall to such a weakling!?

Cyril: Gaston has never fallen...You!  You'll regret this!

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Petit Pont
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Brigitte: I'm performing the most incredible dance in the parade today.  No ID
required for this one!

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Notre Damne Cathedral
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Hubert: Even in our darkest hour, the light of truth shone to guide our path.
We have much to give thanks for this day.

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Rue Livio
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Alban: Bonjour.  The Cup de Triomphe is today, you know.  I wonder which horse 
will take the cup.

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Les Halles Station
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Edmond: I thought I'd be dealing with those blasted hiccups through the whole
festival, but yesterday they stopped.  Now I can actually enjoy...enjoy my...
*hic* Oh no!

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Rue Rambuteau
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Josette: Me?  I'm fine.  Why do you ask?  Well, there was some unpleasantness I
had to deal with, but I got by with a little help from a friend.  It's hard to
feel blue when something wonderful happens to someone you care about.

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Rue des Francs-Bourgeois
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Celine: Do you think she knows today is the Fete de Paris?  She's been in the
best mood since she woke up this morning.

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St. Loure Convent
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Albert: The Fete de Paris is even better than I imagined!  I feel my art being
inspired already!  *scribble* *scribble*  Yes, this is turning out nicely.  An
artist must stimulate his senses, non?  Ha ha ha!

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Musee Rodin
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Jacob: Still so much to do...It would be nice if I could at least take the day
of the Fete off, don't you agree?

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The Seine
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Michel: That Simon is a slave driver!  He won't close the shop even for the
Fete de Paris!  That's why I'm stuck here for most of the festival.

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Ecole Militaire
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Clement: Bonjour, garcon.  A waiter's work is never done, not even during the
fete.  People are hosting private parties all over the city.  If you have the
time, we could use an extra pair of hands.  That reminds me, there was
somewhere I had to be...Where was it?

---

Deborah: What are we to do now?  What are we to do!  Welcome!  We have a
special menu, just for the Fete.  Can I interest the young gentleman in
anything?  Oh, you're the one who helped us out the other day.  Well, you're 
just in time.  With all the people around for the festivities, we're a little
short-handed.  Care to lend a hand?

[if you say no > That's too bad.  Let me know if you change your mind.]
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R45 - Restaurant Test
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- I'm not as easy as mon frere.  Get ready for a true trial
- Monsieur!  Not bad, not bad.
- Once again, with feeling!  Fill me till I can take no more!
- Oui, oui, tres bien!  It seems mon frere judged you well.
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Deborah: Thanks so much for the help!  Feel free to drop by any time!

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Champ de Mars
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Loic: Even on the day of the Fete, Inspector Vergier doesn't let up.  I wonder
how he's getting on with his kid these days.

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Eiffel Tower
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Matthias: The Fete de Paris is a wonderful backdrop for a marathon.  It's
always my favorite time to run.  Have you seen the Eiffel Tower today?  Such a
beautiful sight!

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Pont Alexandre III
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Stephanie: I'm going back to London tomorrow.  What a splendid way to spend my
last day in Paris!

---

Emilie: Yay, fireworks!  This is the best place to watch them from.  I can
hardly wait!

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FDR Avenue
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Emile: Some literature suggests the origins of the Fete de Paris date as far
back as the 15th century.  So in a way, the Fete is a unique opportunity to
study history as well.  Not that you'd understand.

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FDR Station
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Jeanne: Now that everything is back to normal, everything is so...boring.  
Those knights were frightening, but...also thrilling,

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Cafe
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Firmin: Bonjour.  Ah, a clever costume.  Phantom R, is it?  It suits you, non?

Phantom R: Thanks.

Firmin: Phantom R and the detective, side-by-side.  Now that would make quite
a picture.

Phantom R:  Say what?

Firmin: Charlotte was just in, dressed up like a detective.

Phantom R: ....

Firmin: You'd hardly have known she was a girl under that getup.

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Washington Avenue
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Ghislain: If you have any loose ends to tie up, this would be the time to do
it.  Talk to everyone, and give the grounds a good thorough search.  You may
not get another chance!

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Arc de Triomphe
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Noel: The Fete de Paris, hooray hoorah, my bus is broke, aiiiaaah.  On puffs of
smoke, puff puff puff, I choke, I choke, huff huff huff.

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Champs-Elysees
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Grace: My horoscope said I'd meet a dashing young man tonight during the
fireworks.  But if I go to the fireworks, I'll miss the parade.  What should I
do?

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Art Shop, Entrance
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Regine: The Duchess Elisabeth put in a last minute order that's had me working
non-stop.  She needed custom-made clothes for a young lady, and what the 
duchess wants, the duchess gets.  I imagine it was for the Fete.  If only the
order had come in earlier, I could have made something even more spectacular.
Luckily, a designer of my skill doesn't need much time to work her magic.

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Inside Art shop
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Isabelle: How can they just postpone the Fete without a word of explanation
from the constables or the media?  It's wrong I tell you, wrong!

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Muse d'Orsay Station
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Eric: The Place de la Concorde is closed for reconstruction.

Fondue: Woeuf!

Eric: Nice try, mon petit pooch, but not even the bark of the mighty bulldog
will get you through.  Vive la France!

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Tuileries Garden
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Maxim: Step right up!  Don't be shy!  If you're looking for a pick-me-up, look
no further than Maxim's new-and-improved balloons!  Now with twice the lift!  A
scrawny thing like you is liable to blow away!

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The Louvre, Denon Wing
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Daniel: Do you know who enjoys the Fete de Paris most of all?  The pickpockets!
People let down their guard during the festivities.  But not me.  That's why I
say keep a cool head on your shoulders and a hand on your...My wallet!   Ahem.
Like that, non?  I would watch my back pocket if I were you.

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Hotel de Cillon
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Colette: If the police know anything about that floating fortress, they aren't
talking.  But I'm not giving up.  This is the scoop I've been waiting for!  
Still...even an ace reporter is entitled to take a day off to enjoy the Fete.

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Place Vendome
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Cedirc: The Fete de Paris is here at last!  I'm going to eat one of everything.
No, two!  Two of everything!  I've been looking forward to the food so much, I
imagined I saw a giant, floating cake in the sky.  Crazy, non?

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Paris Opera
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Julien: The opera house is closed in honor of the Fete de Paris.  But one
hardly needs an opera on a day when the city is transformed into such a 
spectacle!

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Paris Archives
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Vanessa: The Paris Archives are closed for the Fete de Paris.  It's one of the
only chances I get to relax.

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The Market
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The Fete de Paris is upon us!  And what goes better with a fete than a stomach
full of juicy meat?  Feast your mouth as well as your eyes, monsieur!

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The Sorbonne
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Rosalie: But Professor, how am I supposed to enjoy the festival if you won't
accept my paper?

Alan: I can't accept a paper that's not complete.  You haven't even researched
the aristocracy and the treasure.

Rosalie: That's not fair!  You need special permission just to read those 
books!

Phantom R: Whaddaya say, Fondue?  Feel like doing a little research?

Fondue: Woeuf.

---

Alan: That Jean-Francois who was arrested the other day was a pupil of mine,
once.  He had a profound knowledge of history and archeology.  He showed such
promise.  If only he hadn't lost his way.  How many civilizations have fallen
because of man's ambition and desire?  Of all the lessons history could have
taught him, this eluded him.

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Elisabeth's Manse
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Barbara: Phantom R, I presume?  I have a message for you from the Duchess
Elisabeth.  She requests your presence at Notre Dame Cathedral.

Phantom R: I wonder what she wants.  Guess there's only one way to find out.
Let's hoof it, Fondue.

Fondue: Woeuf.

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Notre Dame Cathedral
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Alfred: We've been expecting you.  Please, follow me.

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Inside the Cathedral
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Elisabeth: Thank you for coming, Phantom R.  Though I suppose I might as well
call you Raphael.  I imagine you have some questions.  I'll answer what I can.

Phantom R: I really just want you to tell me about Marie.  France and Babylon.
The princess who carries the two bloodlines.  That's Marie, isn't it.

Elisabeth: How astute.  Her father is descended from Babylonian royalty, and
I, of course, from the French monarchy.

Phantom R: And Jean-Francois found out...I can't believe my father would fall
in with people like that.

Elisabeth: I'm sure Isaac had his reasons.

Phantom R: You knew my father?

Elisabeth: He was a close friend...once.

Phantom R: Do you know where he is?

Elisabeth: No.  I never learned why he disappeared.  But knowing your father,
he had a plan.  I'd bet my life on it.

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Movie 30 - Au Revoir, Marie
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Phantom R: I'll find my father...and the truth!

Marie: Raphael?

Phantom R: Marie.

Marie: Raphael?  Thank you again, I ...If you hadn't been there, I don't...

Phantom R: It wasn't me who changed your destiny.  That was you, Marie.
So? Shall we go?  It's almost time for the last dance.  And then...au revoir!  

It's showtime!

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Movie 31 - Au Revoir, Phantom R
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Phantom R: So this is goodbye, Marie.

Marie: Au revoir, Raphael!  I mean...Phantom R.
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And so one of the most harrowing episodes in Paris history drew to a close.

I have no doubt the truth will be hard to find in the news or police reports.

But it will remain carved deep upon my soul till the end of my days.

Never will I forgot how a phantom saved Paris, and at the same time, my future.

[CREDITS ROLL]

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Movie 32 - Return of Napoleon
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Isaac: Your stand-in, Leonard Bonar, perished when the gardens fell, my 
emperor.  Time still remains before your body can be completely restored.  With
your permission, I would like to begin the next phase of our plan.  Be ready, 
Raphael.

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Movie
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[Marie is practicing her violin in the Paris Opera, with Charles overlooking, 
as Elisabeth and Alfred listen]

[Phantom R is near the back, on a higher floor/seating area]

Phantom R: Marie.  I'm looking forward to seeing every single one of 
your performances.

Fondue: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Charlie: There you are, Phantom R! And you better stay there!

Vergier: Know your place, Charlotte!  It is the Paris Constabulary's duty to 
arrest this rhythm thief! 

Phantom R: So much for losing those two guys! See ya!

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Information: The game isn't over yet.  Several bonus chapters await 
discovery...if you have what it takes to find them.

Complete the Master Instrument to unlock "Meeting Fondue."

Reassemble the Phantom Notes to unlock "Marie's Test."

Complete all rhythm games with an "A" rank to unlock "Family Ties."

Hard mode and marathon games for advance players, local wireless for playing
with friends and StreetPass for others...Can you unlock the secrets of 
Rhythm Thief?

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Meeting Fondue                                                            BNC48
===============================================================================

This is the story of how I met Fondue.

Raphael: Hard to believe it's already been two years...It all started in a back
alley.  I remember hearing a cat and doing going at it in a garbage bin.  At
first I figured the dog was chasing the cat.  Turns out it was the other way
around.  And boy, was that cat mad.

Cat: Rowrrr!

Dog: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Raphael: He chased the dog right up to me.

Dog: Hrrrn.

Raphael: You know, dogs are supposed to chase cats.  Maybe you're part chicken.

Dog: Hrrrn.

Raphael: Hmm, I don't see any collar.  Did somebody abandon you, boy?

Dog: ...Woeuf.

Raphael: I can't just leave you like this...You wanna come home with me?

Dog: Woeuf!

Raphael: Tell ya the truth, I was abandoned too.  Well, I hope you're not too
hungry, 'cause I don't have a while lot of food to give you.

Dog: Woeurf...

Raphael: You're pathetic, you know that?  Pathetic or not, you're gonna need a
name.  How about Sam?  Too boring?

Dog: ...

Raphael: Okay, how about Max?

Dog: ...

Raphael: Hmm, something with attitude...I know! Ulysses!

Dog: ...

---

Raphael: Since we couldn't agree on anything, I decided to call him "dog."  A
few days went by...I tried to find him a new owner, but there weren't any
takers.  And it was easy to see why.  He wasn't a puppy, and he wasn't a 
purebred.  He didn't know any tricks, and he wasn't even particularly cute.  
It's hard to find someone who just wants a plain old dog.  Finally, I had to
get rid of him...

---

Phantom R: You have to go now.  You can't stay here with me anymore.

Dog: Hrrrn?

Phantom R: I got a big job to do.  Only I don't know if I can pull it off.  And
if I don't, I won't be coming back.  And I can't take care of you if I'm not 
here.

Dog: Hrrrn...

Phantom R: Go on.  Shoo.  Find a new master.

---

Loic: Keep looking!  He has to be around here somewhere.

Eric: He fell and hurt his leg.  He can't have gotten far.

---

Raphael: It was the first time I...that is to say, Phantom R...tried to sneak
into a museum.  It was a less-than-resounding success.  The constables were
everywhere.  I was sure they were going to catch me.  But I never guessed what
was going to happen next.

---

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R48 - Fondue to the Rescue
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Phantom R: Hey...it's my top cheese.
--
Dog: Woeuf!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Dog: Woeuf! Woeuf!

Raphael: You...You saved me!

Dog: Woeuf!

Raphael: I don't know what to say, but...Thanks.  Maybe you're not so chicken
after all.  At least, not when it really counts.

Dog: Woeuf.

Raphael: There is one problem, though.  My apartment doesn't allow pets.

Dog: Hrrrn.

Raphael:  So I guess I'll just have to make you my partner!

Dog: Woeuf!

Raphael: C'mon, let's go home.  I don't know about you, but I'm starvin'.  I
could sure go for some nice, cheese fondue right now.

Dog: Woeuf! Woeuf! Woeuf!

Raphael: Hn? Fon...due?

Dog: Woeuf! Woeuf! Woeuf! Woeuf! Woeufff!

Raphael: All right, all right.  It's a perfect name for a dog who likes to eat
as much as you do.  From now on, you're gonna be...Fondue!

Fondue: Woeuf!

---

And we've been together ever since.  He really is the best friend a guy could 
ever ask for.  And the best partner there ever was.

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Marie's Test                                                              BNC49
===============================================================================

A year after saying farewell to Raphael, I decided to take the examination to
enter the Conservatoire.

Marie: I'd passed the first and second tryouts, playing the pieces I was given.
For the third, I got to pick the music.  I knew at once what I would play the
song that reminded me of my time with Raphael.

---

Alfred: Only one tryout remains, mademoiselle.  Maintain your composure, and
I'm certain you'll be fine.

Marie: Thanks, Alfred.  You, uh, might want to check your cufflinks, though.

Alfred: How embarrassing!  Here I am trying to encourage you, when I'm the one
coming undone.

Marie: Heh heh.

Elisabeth:  It's good to hear you laugh.  Sometimes I think you take things
too seriously.

Marie: Mom...

Elisabeth:  You have to enjoy yourself, Marie.  Skill is important, of course,
but it's only the beginning.  Your audience can tell when you're just going
through the motions and when you're playing from the heart.  Never forget that.
Play like you were playing for him.

Marie: Raphael...

Elisabeth:  Go on now.  You don't want to keep them waiting.

Marie: I'll play my heart out.

---

Judge B: It's been five years since anyone made it into the Conservatoire.

Judge C: This year isn't looking to be any better.  We're already on the last
applicant.

Judge A: Ah, one of Jeunet's picks.  Let's see, number 14...Marie.

Judge C: Jeunet retired from conducting so long ago, I wonder whether he still
has an ear for this.

Judge B: Let's not be hasty.  She played her first two pieces well enough.

Judge C: But this third piece...An original song?  A little presumptuous,
don't you agree?

Judge A: Quite.  It's not as though there's a shortage of tried and true
melodies.  

Judge C: I daresay Jeunet has lost his touch.

Judge B: Suppose we listen first and judge second.

Judge B: Number 14, Marie.  You may begin.

Marie: Thank you.  This is for you, Raphael.  I hope you can hear it...wherever
you are.

[R49 - Phantom Notes]

Judge A: Hrmm...

Judge B: That was...

Judge C: ...

Marie: Yes?

Judge A: I'm...I'm speechless. 

Judge B: I haven't heard someone with your talent in years.

Marie: What?

Judge B: You're well on the way to becoming France's preeminent violinist.

Judge A: There are still a few rough patches to work out, of course.

Judge C: I'd like you to start rehearsal with us next week...no, tomorrow, if 
you can.

Marie: I...I don't know what to say.

Judge B: Say yes.  Welcome to the Conservatoire.

Marie: Thank you.  Thank you so much!

---

Alfred: Congratulations, mademoiselle.

Elisabeth: You played from the heart.

Marie: Raphael...I've finally taken the first step toward realizing my dream.
But I can't help wondering where you are.  Truth is, Raphael...I miss you.

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Family Ties                                                               BNC50
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Charlie: It was half a year or so after everything happened.  I was scouring
the streets of Paris trying to get to the bottom of it.

But the culprits had vanished, and Phantom R was nowhere to be seen.  Paris had
returned to normal, but I couldn't stop thinking about what had happened.  My
father refused to speak about it.  Not to the press...Not even to me.

---

Charlie: Which suited me just fine...So long as he stayed out of my way.  For I
would not rest until I found out who was pulling the strings.  I snuck into my
father's office and the Constabulary Headquarters.  It was there I found what
I was looking for.  A hidden file about a case he called the Mystere Incident.
My eyes swept over the file.  It was rich with facts.  The man pretending to be
Napoleon was actually named Leonard Bonar.  But where did that leave Napoleon's
stolen body?  The answers I sought were not in the file.  But I did find 
something else: The location of their base beneath Les Invalides.  I had to
give them points for audacity.  My surprise was matched only by my excitement.
If I could get into their base, there might still be some clues as to what had
happened.  There was no time to waste.  I set out to discover what lay beneath
the sealed depths of Les Invalides.

---

Charlie: Looks like my hunch was right.

Chevalier: Who...are you?

Charlie: An enterprising young detective who takes a dim view of evildoers like
you!

Chevalier: Your age won't save you from me.

Charlie:  I was just thinking the same thing.  We'll see how your dark deeds
fare in the harsh light of justice!

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R50 - Family Ties
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Vergier: I told you to stay out of this!
Charlie: Stick it in your ear, old man!

Vergier: You call that police work!?
Charlie: Everybody's a critic! [Always with the critique!]

Charlie: Are you alright, father?
Vergier: Of course! Don't worry about me!

Vergier: I'll admit it, I'm impressed! [I'll admit, I'm impressed!]
Charlie: I'd do anything for Paris!  
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Charlie: That was a close one.  I'm glad you were here, father.

Vergier: When are you going to learn to stay out of trouble, eh?  Protecting
Paris is no game for children.  Leave it to the professionals.

Charlie: Where would Paris be without the help of Phantom R and me?

Vergier: Hrmph.

Charlie: Was that what's left of the Chevaliers Diabolique?

Vergier: Who knows?  You go searching through the sewers, you're bound to find
rats.

Charlie: Thise were no rats...You saw them yourself!  They had a leader.  Their
attacks were coordinated.  We still haven't stopped whoever is really behind
this.

Vergier: Enough, Charlotte!  It's time I told you to stop sticking your nose
where it doesn't belong!

Charlie: ...

Vergier: But I know better than to do that.  You wouldn't listen even if I did.
Just do me one favor: try to stay where I can keep an eye on you, eh?  The case
on the Mystere Incident is officially closed.  If you run around trying to
reopen it, you'll only be opening a can of worms.  I'm heading back to
headquarters.  Don't dawdle here too long.

Charlie: What are you hiding, Father?  Whatever it is...you can't keep it from
me forever.

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Charlie: Hmm? What's this...?



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Lyrics                                                                    LRTET
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The official Japanese soundtrack I bought came with a little book which lists
the lyrics for R01, R19, and R47.  I will write it word for word, although
I personally don't think every word matches up correctly.

It also has the French lyrics to the ending song.  What I presume to be the 
Japanese lyrics to the same song appears to be included as well, but I will 
not be including it in this guide.

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R01 - SHOWTIME                                                            SWTM1
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Hey c'mon jack up
Here we go every body get down
Jump jump up and down and all around
3,2,1 Go


Yea the show is starting right now
Yea you people get in line
You feeling the beat
Out in the street
In your heart
Yea you're not alone
If you dance
Here right now


Let's cause mayhem dance to the number
Slide and steppin' trip in da bummer
Dance so hot every day in summer
Magical two steps feeds the piper
Do the rest from where did the cat come from
Doing it up the streets and you call him the fatso
Maniac
It's he that dance the most


Paris nights
Let me show you the way
Feel all right
Put your dance on display
On the Champs-Elysees
Find your smile in the moon
Magic time
We'll find it
Once more


Paris nights
Dance it like Cabaret
Feel all right
Till the break of the day
By the Notre Dame
Sun will rise way too soon
Moulin Rouge
We'll dance it
One More Time


Dance all around every body
Make us shout get down


Can't catch up till dawn continue
It's close to work time give it to me
4:30 time I got the plane here
Let's go the jig is up dope
You can't cope?

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R19 - CHEERING MARIE                                                      CHM19
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One more time, let me see you smile, that is all I need
Everyday I see you, anyday I meet you
Happiness, I don't know what it is, bout what you do
Found it all in your smile


Some days are sunny, others rainy days
But you know the world keeps on spinning around
So forget your sadness let the sunshine in
Let me see on your face
One thing that
I will ask of you, to see you smile again
Will bring us sunny days, to see you laugh again
Will bring our love again
So give us your smile
Found it all, in your smile


When you're dancing, angels calling
When you're dancing, smiles appear all around
Take one step, again, take two steps again
One two three, follow me, let me see, set us free
Start with your face, come brighten up our day
Angels are dancing all around us
It's just because,
They love the way you smile while you're dancing
Found it all, in your smile 

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R47 - LAST DANCE                                                          TLD47
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I want to take this chance to
Dance with you
Before we say good-bye
Your greatest steps you'll
Dance today
One last
Oh let me see you smiling


Our paths are parting
I won't forget you
Nor will you
I know that one-day
We will be dancing


And this is our goodbye dance
This is our last go round


This will be our final dance 
Give your best
Time is short and passing
So don't you linger
On the past
One last time
Oh let me see you smiling


Mystic meeting
I won't forget
Life is fleeting
You gave me strength
Our hearts beating
Together as one
And I know
There will come a day when
We will be dancing


And this is our goodbye dance
This is our last go round

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Je te dis au revoir                                                       FSEND
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L'histoire commence toujours a l'improviste
Nous nous sommes vus en cet instant
Etat-ce un hasard?  Ou etait-ce le destin?
A ce moment quelque chose s'est cree entre nous


Le rythme qui rebondit, les sentiments qui ondulent
Beaucoup d'emotions naissent
Et je leveles yeux le ciel...


Ce sentiment, je le cherirai au fond de mon coeur
La marche pourra continuer a partir de demain
Merci pour tout
Ce sentiment, je le cherirai au fond de mon coeur
En attendant de te retrouver un jour
Je te dis au revoir


Nous avons tant parle, echange tant de choses
J'etais submergee par le bonheur
Plus nous nous connaissions, plus nous nous ressemblions
Tous mes sentiments resteront la pour toujours


La melodie qui est jouee, nos coeurs qui se touchent
La marche pourra continuer a partir de demain
Merci pour tout
Ce sentiment, je le cherirai au fond de mon coeur
En attendant de te retrouver un jour
Je te dis au revoir


Quand je ferme les yeux, j'entends encore ta voix


Ce sentiment je la cherirai au fond de mon coeur
La marche pourra continuer a partir de demain
Merci pour tout
Ce sentiment je le cherirai au fond de mon coeur
En attendant de te retrouver un jour
Je te dis au revoir 



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OTHER                                                                    OTHRPR
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Other dialogue I did not know where to put in the guide.

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Auban's Shop                                                             AUBSPR
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Bonjour, nice to see you. But nicer to see my wares, eh? I stand behind
everything you see here!

- You can use that to play a Marathon rhythm game.  Care to buy one?

- It's a piece of the Phantom Notes that you missed picking up.

- A real treasure, that.  Lets you watch movies in the gallery.  Care to buy
one?

- It's a rhythm game that slipped between the cracks.  Once it's purchased, it
will appear in your rhythm game list.

---
Items to buy for rhythm games:
Control Pad:
- It will give you a one-time groove boost if your groove reaches 0.  Care to
buy one?


Arrow:
- It makes it much easier to get your groove on.  Care to buy one?

Shield:
- Use it to stay in the groove longer.  Care to buy one?

Crown:
- It allows you to attempt a full-contact challenge.  One misstep, and it's
game over.  Care to buy one?

---
Buy an item: Merci for your patronage!

Do not buy an item: What? No purchase?  Window shopper.

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Master Instrument                                                        MASIPR
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Bernard: It takes rare talent to craft the Master Instrument.  Without further
adieu.  Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It is this 
sound. Did you get that? I need the Gushing Sound.  Fetch it for me, would 
you? 

Yes, this is the sound!  Hmph...A stroke of luck, boy? 
--- 

Without further adieu.
Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It is this sound.  Did
you get that? I need the Cat Sound.  Fetch it for me, would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  Hmm...Perhaps you'll be of some use after all.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Flitting sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  I admit, I never thought you'd make it to three.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Coughing Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

We've reached the next stage! 

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Dangerous sound.  Fetch it for 
me, would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  You have a knack for this, but let's see how you 
handle the next one.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Soothing Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  Once again, you impress!

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Wanting sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  Now for your next assignment.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Plucking Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  This next sound should take us to the next stage.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Sound of Ages.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

I can't believe we've reached this stage...

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Youthful Sound.  Fetch it for 
me, would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  But many aspiring young pupils lose heart now.  How
far will you go?

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Inspiring Sound.  Fetch it for
me, would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  But the next one is very tricky indeed.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Impact Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  I continue to underestimate you, my boy. 

--- 

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Annoying Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  The next will take us to a stage I didn't dare to 
dream about reaching!

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Stomach Growl.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

I doubted this day would ever come...We've reached the next stage.  But it 
isn't over yet!

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Peace-Loving Sound.  Fetch it for
me, would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  I didn't think you had it in you!

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Lid Pop Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  Keep on like this, and we may just pull this off!

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Cha-Ching Sound.  Fetch it for 
me, would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  But I fear this next hurdle may be too high even for
you.

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Verdant Sound.  Fetch it for me,
would you?

Yes, this is the sound!  You're close now.  So close!

---

Without further adieu. Will you seek out the next sound then?  Listen well.  It
is this sound.  Did you get that?  I need the Wind-Riding Sound.  Fetch it for 
me, would you?

Incredible!  It is...perfection!  You've done it!  The Master Instrument is
finally complete!  I...I don't know how to thank you.

Information: The Bonus Chapter "Meeting Fondue" has been unlocked and added to
the gallery.

---

[play the wrong sound]
No, no, no.  That's not the right sound.

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Ranking Quotes                                                           RQRKPR
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Raphael:
A Rank: Rhythm King!
B Rank: Show's over!
C Rank: That's the ticket!
D Rank: Man, too close!
E Rank: That's no way to groove!

Marie:
A Rank: Yahoo, I did it!
B Rank: Not bad at all!
C Rank: Well, Ok!
D Rank: I did it...right?
E Rank: Oooh...awkward.

Charlie:
A Rank: Yeah! I win!
B Rank: How do you like that?
C Rank: Well, that'll do.
D Rank: Not so good.
E Rank: That's it?

Vergier: 
A Rank: Paris' finest, at your service.
B Rank: Apprehend them all!
C Rank: That is sufficient.
D Rank: I can do better...
E Rank: Ouf...retreat...

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The Story so Far...                                                      TSFSPR
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**Chapters 1-8 - COMING SOON!**

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Chapter 9: The story so far...
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Napoleon's scheme has come to fruition.  With all the keys assembled, the great
Hanging Gardens have emerged from beneath the streets of Paris. Raphael 
crosses from the Eiffel Tower into the Hanging Gardens in hopes of rescuing 
Elisabeth and Marie. He begins to search the Hanging Gardens for any sign of 
Elisabeth and Marie.

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Raphael has infiltrated the Hanging Gardens, the wonder of ancient Babylonia.
He rescues Elisabeth and Marie, but not without great difficulty.  Raphael 
makes for the depths of the HG in pursuit of Napoleon.

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Raphael has arrived at the deepest level of the Hanging Gardens in pursuit of 
Napoleon.  Napoleon is defeated after a fierce battle, but not before he was 
able to unleash the fury of the Hanging Gardens. The hanging Gardens must be 
stopped!

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Chapter 10: The Story so far...
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The case is closed, and finally, the day of much-delayed Fete de Paris
arrives!  Raphael visits Elisabeth to hear the whole truth.

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