I re-read the latest chapter in Rainjoy's Three Musketeers Affinity!Verse, then skimmed back over the rest of the chapters with Athos. Her Athos drinks a lot, too. He's described as having sand-colored hair and blue eyes, so he doesn't look like the Athos on "The Musketeers." [Later: I hadn't noticed a scar on the lip of the Athos of the show, but Rainjoy said Athos had a scar above his lip. A couple of months later, I read that it's a real life scar of the actor's, that he had a cleft lip. I guess it's obscured by the mustache he has as Athos.]
Her Aramis is Chilean, and is described as having tan skin, but he doesn't seem terribly different from the Aramis on the show in personality. [Later: I found out that the actor is Chilean.] Her Porthos looks like the one on the show, only younger. The teaser for the next episode shows one of the other Musketeers punching Porthos out so he's unconscious while a wound is treated. Teen!Aramis made some sort of reference to that, I think. I am eager to see Rainjoy's D'Artagnan. In the book he's nineteen, then twenty, so I would guess he'd be a teen in Rainjoy's 'verse, too. He'll be a fire affinity.
In the book The Three Musketeers, Milady de Winter has a "little black boy" as a servant. An earlier edition had "Negro," but my guess is that Dumas used "noir." So a book written in France in the 1800s and set mostly in France in the 1600s had a black character. The newer edition I'm reading suggested in the introduction that Dumas' father might have been the model for some of his characters, including Porthos. That certainly goes with a biracial Porthos.
I proofed a story for Brent's The Real Story project.
Later: Mom and I went to the library, where I picked up that relatively recent translation of The Three Musketeers, to the grocery store and to Wal-Mart.
Later still: I went out to get dinner.
I watched the second episode of "The Musketeers" again.
I talked to J.-PA for about an hour.