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Letters of Intent was a virtual representation of one of Evie Frye's genetic memories, relived by a Helix initiate through the Helix Navigator.


Evie met with Inspector Frederick Abberline of the Metropolitan Police Service at Scotland Yard, hoping to gain information on the whereabouts of Arthur Weaversbrook before Jack the Ripper could get to him.


Evie met with Inspector Abberline in his office.

  • Abberline: Miss Frye, please tell me you found the Ripper.

Abberline showed Evie recently published newspaper.

  • Evie: 'Murder at Owers Manor'?
  • Abberline: People continue to be murdered on my watch—I cannot protect you or your Brotherhood forever. Witnesses saw someone matching your description... I should lock you up...
  • Evie: Weaversbrook Publishing... The man from the photograph at the manor... He owns this newspaper.
  • Abberline: Miss Frye!
  • Evie: I will catch the Ripper, Inspector. But first, you must help me find Weaversbrook before he does.

Abberline giving Arthur's location to Evie

Abberline walked to the nearby window, with Evie climbing on the window ledge.

  • Abberline: This way, you must not be seen... I believe Mr. Weaversbrook has a residence near St. Paul's. Now go.

Evie left through the office window and made her way to St. Paul's.

  • Evie: Mr. Weaversbrook is my best lead, and thanks to the Inspector, the police aren't hunting for me yet. I must be careful not to anger or harm any policemen, if I want to keep them on my side.

Evie found Weaversbrook surrounded by Rooks.

  • Weaversbrook: I'll do whatever he asks, please don't hurt my boy!
  • Rook 1: All you had to do was keep printing the letters...
  • Weaversbrook: But he's a madman! A bloodthirsty butcher!
  • Rook 2: And that's what sells newspapers, innit?

Evie defeated the Rooks interrogating Weaversbrook, giving Weaversbrook a chance to flee. Evie caught up with him afterwards.

  • Weaversbrook: What do you want?
  • Evie: I'm hunting Jack the Ripper...
  • Weaversbrook: No! Stay away! He sees and hears everything!
  • Evie: My name is Evie Frye, I'm here to help.
  • Weaversbrook: Mr. Jacob Frye's sister??
  • Evie: Yes. What happened to these men.

Evie showing Arthur a photograph

Evie showed Weaversbrook the photograph.

  • Weaversbrook: Gone, taken, dead! Please, the Ripper has my son. He will kill him!
  • Evie: I will find your son and bring him home, sir, but first you must come with me. Now.
  • Weaversbrook: I'll accompany you to the location where my son was last seen...
  • Evie: What can you tell me about the letters?
  • Weaversbrook: I showed the one signed 'Jack the Ripper' to the police. Of the hundreds they'd examined, this one rang the most true—and so we printed it. The Yard was desperate. Still is...
  • Evie: They hoped someone would identify the handwriting...
  • Weaversbrook: No one did... Then I received this:

Weaversbrook handed Evie a letter to read.

  • Letter: You thought yourself very clever I reckon when you informed the police. I see your little game, and I mean to finish you and send your ears to your wife if you help them, if you do I will finish you. Yours truly, Jack the Ripper.
  • Weaversbrook: I published two more until Mr. Frye and my son convinced me to stop—in spite of the risk... My boy was a brilliant journalist, and now he is lost to me!

Evie and Weaversbrook approached and entered a carriage.

  • Evie: Did you learn anything from the letters that might help us?
  • Weaversbrook: I know only that they are real—and that the demon has got my boy.
  • Evie: Fear is a powerful weapon, it makes us irrational and tears us apart... Jack crafted those letters to do just that. We can't let him win.
  • Weaversbrook: You sound as if you know this monster.
  • Evie: Well enough to kill him. In more ways than one, we have both helped to create a monster.

Evie and Weaversbrook neared the docks.

  • Weaversbrook: We're here. One of my reporters was nearly beaten to death trying to look into my son's disappearance just up ahead, on those docks.

Evie and Weaversbrook stepped out of the carriage.

  • Evie: Wait here, Mr. Weaversbrook, I will be back with good news before you know it.

Evie overhead a conversation while on a rooftop.

  • Lieutenant 1: The Weaversbrook lad is on board.
  • Rook 3: Good. Mr. Jack'll be pleased. Who's next?
  • Lieutenant 1: Some Tory bastard. One of Lady O's girls is taking care of him now.
  • Rook 3: I could do with a proper bit 'o jam meself...
  • Lieutenant 1: Orders are to send lads to the pick up if anything goes sour down here...
  • Rook 3: Billy's watching the docks, he'll warn them.
  • Evie: I should scare some more information out of Jack's lieutenants, if I can find one...

Evie found another one of Jack's lieutenants.

  • Lieutenant 2: Don't kill me! It's Mr. Jack! He uses the old Hulk prison ships to keep his captives... Please...I'm just a hired gun! Speak to Warder Billingsworth. He runs a private prison for Mr. Jack in the old Deptford garrison...
  • Evie: I need to pay an urgent visit to these 'Hulk prisons ships'...right after I find Mr. Weaversbrook's son.

Evie found and freed Weaversbrook's son.

  • Son: Many thanks, Miss...
  • Evie: Frye. Your father sent me.
  • Son: And he will reward you handsomely for your bravery.
  • Evie: It is you who should be commended... Did you discover anything that could help me stop the Ripper?
  • Son: My kidnappers call him Mr. Jack. I overheard them mention the Deptford hulks, where I was to join other hostages...
  • Evie: Thank you. Be safe, Mr. Weaversbrook.



Evie rescued Arthur Weaversbrook's son and learned of other hostages being kept in the old hulk prison ships and abandoned garrison near the Deptford docks.


Assassin's Creed: Syndicate memories
Main memories
Sequence 1: A Spanner in the Works
A Spanner in the Works
Sequence 2: A Simple Plan
A Simple Plan
Sequence 3: A Modern Babylon
Somewhere That's Green - Abberline, We Presume - To Catch an Urchin - Gang War (Whitechapel) - Freedom of the Press
Sequence 4: A Quick and Reliable Remedy
The Crate Escape - A Spoonful of Syrup - Unnatural Selection - On the Origin of Syrup - Cable News - Playing It by Ear - Overdose
Sequence 5: The Perils of Business
A Room with a View - Friendly Competition - Breaking News - The Lady with the Lamp - Research and Development - Survival of the Fittest - End of the Line
Sequence 6: A Run on the Bank
A Case of Identity - One Good Deed - A Spot of Tea - A Thorne in the Side - A Bad Penny
Sequence 7: All is Fair in Politics
Playing Politics - The Bodyguard - Driving Mrs. Disraeli - Change of Plans - Unbreaking the Bank - Motion to Impeach
Sequence 8: The Joys of Freedom
Strange Bedfellows - Triple Theft - Fun and Games - Final Act
Sequence 9: Shall We Dance?
Double Trouble - Dress to Impress - Family Politics - A Night to Remember
Pressed Flowers
London Stories
Charles Dickens
Spring-Heeled Jack - Hell's Bells - Recollection - 50 Berkeley Square - Dead Letters - The Terror of London - Our Mutual Friend - An Artful Plan
Charles Darwin
The Berlin Specimen - An Abominable Mystery - Defamation - Cruel Caricature - A Struggle for Existence - Darwin's Orchid
Karl Marx
Cat and Mouse - Where There is Smoke - Anarchist Intervention - An Explosive End - Vox Populi
Queen Victoria
Operation: Dynamite Boat - Operation: Locomotive - Operation: Drive for Lives - Operation: Westminster
Train Hideout
Stalk the Stalker - Nigel in for the Chop - Hullo Mr. Gatling - Runaway Train - A Long Night Out on the Town
The Dreadful Crimes
A Simple Matter of Murder! - The Case of the Conflicted Courtship - Death Stalks the Colonel - The Fiend of Fleet Street - The Mystery of the Twice-Dead Professor! - Locked in... to Die! - The Most Hated Man in London - Next Stop: Murder! - Conjuring up a Killing! - Murder at the Palace!
Duleep Singh
A Good Shot - Information Intercepted - Stealing from the Poor - A Golden Path - A Good Send-Off - Off the Rails - Much Ado About Drinking - The Great Jewel Heist - The Sandman - The Final Showdown
Associate Activities
Bounty Hunts
Ivan Bunbury - Harvey Hughes - Maude Foster - David O'Donnell - Leopold Bacchus - Mildred Graves - Jesse Butler - Sylvia Duke - Milton King - Gilbert Fowler - Anna Abramson - Albie Vassell - Simon Chase - Emmet Sedgwick - George Scrivens - Homer Dalton - Harrison Harley - Wade Lynton
Templar Hunts
Martin ChurchThe Lambeth BulliesThe FletchersBeatrice GribbleThe Slaughterhouse Siblings Eveline DipperThomas BlackrootLouis BlakePeter NeedhamArgus and Rose BartlettMyrtle PlattPhillip BeckenridgeThe Jekyll BrothersTom EcclestonCaptain Hargrave IIHarold DrakeWallace BoneEdgar Collicott and Bodyguard
Gang Strongholds
Spitalfields - Battersea Bellows - Echostreet Alley - The Mint - Jacob's Island - Field Lane - Black Swan Yard - Rosemary Lane - Clare Market - St. Giles Rookery - Devil's Acre - Blue Anchor Alley
Gang Wars
City of London - Lambeth - Southwark - The Thames - Whitechapel - The Strand - Westminster
World War I
The Darkest Hour
Spy Hunts
The Apothecary Twins - The Magpie - The Master Spy
Spy Hideouts
Hopton's - Clarence Stock House - 17 Walpole Lane
The Darwin and Dickens Conspiracy - Runaway Train - A Long Night Out on the Town - The Dreadful Crimes - The Last Maharaja
Jack the Ripper
Sequence 10: A Monster's Creed
Prologue - Autumn of Terror - The Unfortunates - The Lady Talks - Letters of Intent - Prisoners - Loose Ends - The Mother of All Crimes - Family Reunion - Live by the Creed, Die by the Creed
Bounty Hunts
David Jack-Emmings - Woody Shinnings
Cargo Hijack
Opium Cargo - Egyptian Spoils
Close the Fight Clubs
Mitre Square - Cock Lane
Lost Women
Lost Women - Lost in the City
The Ripper Letters
From Hell - Saucy Jack - Dear Boss
Carriage of Justice
John Pizer - Seweryn Klosowski - Robert Donston Stephenson
Jack's Lieutenants
City of London - Whitechapel
Walk of Shame
Walk of Shame - Shameful Abuse
Brothel Attack
Ludgate Hill Brothel - Gracechurch Street Brothel - Buck's Row Brothel
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