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All for one — and one for whatever keeps you alive till the next episode.
Welcome to the web's best resource on the BBC One drama, The Musketeers! Here, you can find out about the hit television show and its fictional universe. So whether you want to know about the show's directors, or the history, objects and locations that are featured in its stories, this is the place for you! But here's the thing: we absolutely need your help to make this place better. So sign up for a totally free account and start editing today!
Protect your king at all costs.
Life in service to the King of France ain't easy. You need a group of friends if you're gonna have any hope of survival. So make sure you know who's your friend — and who definitely isn't. Click on any image below to read more about the characters of The Musketeers. Don't see someone you're looking for? No problem! Dig into our database more deeply.
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Athos Aramis Porthos D'Artagnan Treville
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Cardinal Louis XIII Anne Constance Milady
Rochefort
Margueite
Rochefort Marguerite
Get to know the crew.
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The Musketeers creator Adrian Hodges breaks down writing - The Musketeers - BBC One

We here at the Musketeers wikia think it's important to know not just the characters, but the people who play them — and, really, all the people who bring this great show to life. Take a look:
Choose your adventure.
A Date with The Musketeers Trailer - The Musketeers - BBC One01:29

A Date with The Musketeers Trailer - The Musketeers - BBC One

The road to honour and glory is a long one that's not even close to straight. Make sure you know every twist and turn! Study the unfolding story by episode — and make sure you don't miss a single adventure! Here are all the episodes as of spring 2014:

"Friends and Enemies" • "Sleight of Hand" • "Commodities" • "The Good Soldier" • "The Homecoming" • "The Exiles" • "A Rebellious Woman" • "The Challenge" • "Knight Takes Queen" • "Musketeers Don't Die Easily"

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The Musketeers is a 2014 BBC television programme based on Alexandre Dumas' 1844 novel The Three Musketeers. As in the original story, the series follows d'Artagnan in 17th century France as he meets and then works alongside three members of the King's Musketeers: Athos, Aramis and Porthos, commanded by Captain Treville. Together, they protect the King and Queen from threats and are later forced to protect themselves.

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Beyond the story's setting and main characters, though, The Musketeers has little to do plot-wise with the French novel. The show's creator, Adrian Hodges, describing his work, said, "It's a case of taking everything you love from the novel, and just twisting it a bit further for a modern audience. [...] You get that comradeship, you get that humor that you often find with men in battle together, you get romance."

Cardinal Richlieu

The Musketeers being historical fiction, some real history does play into the plot. Peter Capaldi, who plays the series' main antagonist, Cardinal Richelieu, First Minister of France and advisor to the King, describes the political situation at the time: "France is in danger, really, of succumbing to the power of Spain or Rome, or indeed England. He believes that it's more important than anything else that France becomes strong." Richelieu keeps King Louis XIII under his thumb, and hates his Musketeers with a passion.

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