Beauty's Release - Laurent: Decision for Lexius Summary & Analysis

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Laurent: Decision for Lexius Summary

Tristan shouts that he does not want to be rescued, enraging the rescuers, which include the Captain of the Queen's Guard and Nicolas, Tristan's former Master. The men restrain Lexius and command Tristan and Laurent to lie on the carpets. Laurent is worried about the danger for Lexius if he is blamed for the kidnapping so Laurent agrees to be rescued only if Lexius comes with him. The men agree to Laurent's conditions, but once Laurent and Lexius are on the carpet, they hold Laurent down and advise Lexius to move. When Lexius remains in his position, they tell him if he does not move he will be taken. Lexius does not move and he and Laurent are rolled into the rug together. The men carry their bundles away.

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