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Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants – Locus 4 is the fourth and final 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 December 21, 2016.

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Pinkerton agent, Tommy Greyling’s hunt across Victorian London reaches a heady climax after his mark’s identity is finally revealed. But will his newly learned skills be enough to stop the killer’s planes? With the Frye twins onside, it’s going to be a bloody conclusion![1]

Plot summary

1872: Tommy chases the female assailant through the streets of London, both aboard horse carriages. Tommy fires a few shots from his gun, missing the mark. She promptly slaps him across the face with a horse whip, and then his horse - near forcing him off his carriage. As Tommy wrestles for control, she jumps from her own carriage and escapes from out of sight.

2016: Sean is removed from the Animus. Isaiah states that the investigation is suspended, as by all accounts Tommy returns to the USA after with no remarkable notes - assuming he must have lost track of the woman.

Sean reluctantly stands down and meets with Natalya, David and Grace. He discusses how obsessed he had become with using the Animus, and apologises to the group. After discussion of Tommy's story, it was clear that there was still more to be discovered - after all, ship travel was very limited at that time. After convincing Isaiah of the case to continue, Sean re-enters the Animus.

1872: After discussing losing his target with Evie, Henry et al, Tommy comes to the same conclusion that the only way out of the country would be the very same ship. He leaves the others and attends the ship journey. Mid travel, he finds the woman standing upon the deck of the ship. Pulling a gun, he demands her surrender. She reveals her name to be Alice and shows him a manuscript that she had been smuggling away for the Templars. Refusing to allow it to fall into the hands of the Assassins, she throws it overboard along with herself - leaving Tommy empty handed.

2016: Sean reveals that the manuscript was destroyed. Isaiah reluctantly thanks Sean for his dedication, and requests the team of youngsters all go to unwind and relax - for the real work is yet to come.[2]

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Comics
Titan Comics
The Fall: 123
Assassins: 1234567891011121314
FCBD 2016
Templars: 123456789
Locus: 1234
Uprising: 123456789101112
Reflections: 1234
Origins: 1234
Trade paperbacks
The FallThe Chain (Subject Four/The Fall & The Chain)Brahman
Assassins Vol. 1Assassins Vol. 2Assassins Vol. 3
Templars Vol. 1Templars Vol. 2
Locus
Uprising Vol. 1Uprising Vol. 2Uprising Vol. 3
Reflections
Origins
Les Deux Royaumes
Trade paperbacks
The Ankh of Isis: 123
The Hawk: 456
Conspiracies: 12 (Collection)
Bloodstone: 12
Dark Horse Comics
Song of Glory: 123
Manga
Awakening: 12 (Omnibus)
Blade of Shao Jun: 12
Dynasty
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