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Name France
Capital Paris
Clues Blood, Iron Solute, Hydrogen
800px-Flag of France svg

Flag of France

France is a country in western Europe. A few important Cahills were from France, such as Napoleon Bonaparte, Gustave Eiffel, Pierre Curie and King Louis XIV. It's one of the most dominant countries in the clue hunt.


In France, there are 3 clues:


Found in a secret palace at the top of the Eiffel Tower. However, it can be moved to The Statue of Liberty in urgent times. To unlock this Clue complete the combo.

Iron Solute[]

See page The Maze of Bones.


Found in CERN on the Swiss-French border

Other Clues[]

  • The clue Mint was there until the World War II.
  • The clue Zinc was there until the diamond which contianed it was cut.
  • The clue Honey was delivered to there after th Salem Witch Trails, but Janus agent Thomas Jefferson took it back.
  • Marie Curie found the clue Uranium in France and delivered it to the Bermuda Stronghold.

The French Republic is a European semi-presidential Republic located in Western Union. The president is currently Nicolas Sarkozy and the Prime Minister is Francois Fillon. It has about 66 million people and is ranked as having the 5th best economy.

France (GL)

The Geographical Location of France

Nicolas Sarkozy

Nicolas Sarkozy, the former president of France


Paris is the capital of France and one of only two cities with more than one clue: Blood and Iron Solute, the other being Cairo, Egypt . The International Academy for Diplomacy is in Paris as well and is a Lucian Stronghold.

Eiffel Tower image

The Eiffel Tower, located in Paris.