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A neighboring Gaulish leader asks the folk of Asterix’s village to aid safeguard a cauldron jam-packed with cash from the Romans. however the sneaky leader plans to double-cross everybody. So he steals again the money simply while Asterix is status sentinel. Can Asterix and Obelix recuperate the riches?
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