Anne de Molay was a French woman living in Paris during the late 18th century, and a distant descendant of Jacques de Molay, last public Grand Master of the Knights Templar.


During the French Revolution, Anne discovered that the descendants of three of her ancestor's interrogators had, over the centuries, changed names and continued to reside in Paris. After one such descendant, Bertrand Grimany, published a newspaper article revealing his lineage, Anne located and murdered him. Shortly thereafter, she did the same to Paul Teragon, and attempted to murder the third man, Victor de Prasi. However, de Prasi managed to fend off the attack, causing Anne to flee.

Shortly after the murders, the Assassin Arno Dorian investigated the crimes and was able to bring Anne to justice, turning her over to Police Minister Charles Cochon de Lapparent.