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    Facebook Photo of AC Unity's Gamestop Pre-order Bonus

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    Nice one.
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    Well this finally confirms it: It's not Connor.
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    Not sure if legitimate.
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    Any ideas what the chemical revolution mentioned might be?

    EDIT: Closed the other one for you, and fixed the image display in this one.
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    Any ideas what the chemical revolution mentioned might be?
    Well, Antoine Lavoisier, the "Father of Modern Chemistry", did get guillotined. Probably something to do with that.
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    thanks for that and take a look at this I found http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_Revolution and it was the work of a French man who named oxygen and hydrogen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antoine_Lavoisier him and the guy standing next to Arno look similar
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    Hmm... Wikipedia had this to say: " At the height of the French Revolution, he was accused by Jean-Paul Marat of selling adulterated tobacco and of other crimes, and was eventually guillotined a year after Marat's death."

    Intriguing.
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    Intriguing indeed. Not an obvious target for a fake either.
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    the thing is Jean-Paul Marat was fighting for the people but he was assassinated in his own home by a women named Charlotte Corday and here reason why is (copied from wiki page). Jean-Paul Marat was a member of the radical Jacobin faction which had a leading role during the Reign of Terror. As a journalist, he exerted power and influence through his newspaper, L'Ami du peuple ("The Friend of the People").

    Corday's decision to kill Marat was stimulated not only by her revulsion at the September Massacres, for which she held Marat responsible, but by her fear of an all-out civil war.[3]:161 She believed that Marat was threatening the Republic, and that his death would end violence throughout the nation. She also believed that King Louis XVI should not have been executed. maybe he is a Templar
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