Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants – Locus 2 is the second issue of the Titan comic book series Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants – Locus. The comic, written by Ian Edginton and illustrated by Caspar Wijngaard was released on 19 October 2016.
Tommy Greyling, a Pinkerton agent in London, is on the tail of a murderer, and out of his element. Lucky for him, Inspector Abberline of Scotland Yard is on hand to show him how things are done in London - with the help of Evie Frye and Henry Green!
1872: Irish Sea. Tommy Greyling crosses the ocean from New York to Great Britain upon a passenger ship. He makes conversation with a fellow passenger - one Mark Twain. Tommy discusses what brings him to the country, and explains his experience with Greeley in New York. To his surprise, not only has Mr Twain heard of Pieces of Eden, but that he'd heard them described within the Middle East on his own adventures.
London, England. Following the events of the rooftops (previous issue), Greyling, Clemens, Abberline, Evie Frye, and Henry Green attend the Scotland Yard morgue. They discuss the obvious connections that the female assailant must have had, which stretches into the police force itself. A couple of officers had gone missing with one found dead, and another known as Edward Feather still unaccounted for. After investigating the muddied shoes of the deceased policeman, they determine the location where Feather must be held.
Later at this location, Evie and Henry open the doors to a large warehouse, with the others following with handguns. They find a badly wounded Edward, but quickly realise they have walked into a trap. The female assailant returns, this time with a mob of Blighters - the former gang of Crawford Starrick. A gun fight ensues, whilst the Assassins quickly dispatch the gang. Greyling chases after the female assailant, but immediately runs into her waiting knife blade - straight into his chest.
2016: Sean emerges from the Animus, to disclose his conversation about Pieces of Eden within the Middle East. Isaiah insists he continue within the Animus, despite Sean's calls for a rest. Sean reluctantly returns in the simulation, the long term effects of the Animus likely starting to take hold. He later emerges from the Animus screaming after Greyling has been stabbed...