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All the details point strongly to a homicidal as opposed to a suicidal wound. If Robespierre was right-handed the position of the wound points to a homicidal shot and is quite inconsistent with a self-inflicted injury. The direction of the wound points to a homicidal shot, its direction passing downwards rather than upwards. The position - in line with the lip - is inconsistent with a deliberate attempt at suicide, even in the case of a left-handed man. The small size of the entrance wound would favour the view that the shot was fired from a slight distance and not in immediate proximity. But the wounded man was not seen till several hours after the shooting so it is impossible to be certain on this last point.

The Lecturer on Forensic Medicine of a London Hospital after examining the report of Robespierre’s doctors. Posted as possible alternative to the allegation of suicide.
source: Reginald Somerset Ward 

All the details point strongly to a homicidal as opposed to a suicidal wound. If Robespierre was right-handed the position of the wound points to a homicidal shot and is quite inconsistent with a self-inflicted injury. The direction of the wound points to a homicidal shot, its direction passing downwards rather than upwards. The position - in line with the lip - is inconsistent with a deliberate attempt at suicide, even in the case of a left-handed man. The small size of the entrance wound would favour the view that the shot was fired from a slight distance and not in immediate proximity. But the wounded man was not seen till several hours after the shooting so it is impossible to be certain on this last point.

The Lecturer on Forensic Medicine of a London Hospital after examining the report of Robespierre’s doctors. Posted as possible alternative to the allegation of suicide.

source: Reginald Somerset Ward 

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An Eagle’s Surprise

Summary: Joly, Musichetta, and the Amis throw Bossuet a surprise birthday party. Somehow, Enjolras is convinced to help decorate, and there is wine, chocolate cake, and paper eagles hanging everywhere. Canon era. This is a belated birthday present for my lovely friend diminutive-fox. Happy birthday darling! :)

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juanjoltaire:

A piratey trio commisson for tiny-tveit, who has an rp where Enjolras is the captain, Combeferre is the sailing master, and Courfeyrac is the quartermaster. Their designs are based on the descriptions she gave me (e.g. as you can see Captain Enjolras has a scar and such.) I hope the players enjoy :)

Available as a print on Society 6 as well!