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The Jekyll brothers

Raphael Jekyll (unknown – 1868) was a British Templar working in London during the Victorian era.

He and his brother Kent came from a sea-faring family, and continued this tradition themselves, using their profession to further Templar goals in London. Having a secure hold on London's many docks, they oversaw the import of many illegal goods, and their transportation to the black market.

In 1868, Jacob and Evie Frye located Raphael and his brother on one of the docks lining the Thames, where they assassinated the Templar brothers.


  • The Jekyll brothers could be a reference to the story Jekyll and Hyde, written by Robert Louis Stephenson who lived in London. Raphael Jekyll representing Hyde and Kent representing Henry Jekyll.



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