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Kukri

The Frye twins' Kukri

The Kukri is a short, bladed weapon of Nepalese origin, similar to a machete. Due to increasing limitations and regulations regarding weaponry, particularly during the Victorian era, it was considered less acceptable to openly carry arms of any kind, even for personal defense. To balance the need for protection while still abiding by the law, the streets of London saw increased usage of close-combat weapons like the kukri.

Imported to the United Kingdom from the furthest reaches of the British Empire, various kukris were readily available to the British Assassins. Notable wielders included the twins Jacob and Evie Frye, and the branch's leader, Henry Green. The trio used them to great effect in their quest to wrest control of the city back from the British Templars under Crawford Starrick. Use of the kukri continued until at least World War I, with Lydia Frye carrying a replica of Henry's blade while protecting London from the Templars and German spies.

Though designed primarily for chopping, alternative uses included being thrown or used in combination with cane-swords and firearms. They were the most lethal melee weapon available to the Frye twins, but had lower stunning impact than cane-swords.

StatisticsEdit

Name Level Attack Stun Lethality Availability Upgrade
Ivory Kukri 2 2 1 4 Complete Somewhere That's Green £500
+1 all stats
Adept Kukri 3 3 1 3 Buy for £3,000 £1,000
+1 all stats
Ruby Kukri 4 4 1 4 Reach Loyalty Level 1 with Henry Green £2,000
+1 all stats
Iron Kukri 4 4 1 4 Craft: £2,000 and 80 Metal £
+
Bold Eagle Kukri 5 5 2 5 Complete Friendly Competition £2,500
+1 A, +1 L
Guard Kukri 5 5 2 5 Buy for £4,000 £
+
Jade Kukri 6 6 3 6 Complete A Case of Identity £3,500
+2 A, +1 L
Master Ruby Kukri 6 6 3 6 Reach Loyalty Level 2 with Henry Green £3,500
+2 A, +1 L
Henry's Kukri 6 6 3 6 Craft: £3,000 and 120 Metal £
+
Assassin Kukri 7 7 3 7 Craft: £3,750 and 140 Metal £4,500
+2 A, +1 L
Gold Blessing Kukri 7 7 3 7 Conquer the borough of The Thames £4,500
+2 A, +1 L
Ancient Kukri 8 8 4 8 Buy for £10,000 £5,000
+
Master Assassin's Kukri 8 8 4 8 Reach Loyalty Level 4 with Henry Green £5,000
+2 A, +1 L
Serrated Death 9 9 4 9 Reach Loyalty Level 4 with Ned Wynert £
+
Eagle's Splendor Kukri 9 9 4 9 Craft: £6,000, 160 Metal and 50 Chemical £
+
Legendary Assassin Kukri 10 10 5 11 Reach Loyalty Level 5 with Henry Green £10,000
+3 A, +1 S,
+2 L
Ceremonial Kukri 3 3 1 3 Purchase the Streets of London Pack £2,000
+2 A, +2 S
+1 L
Golden Kukri 3 3 1 3 Purchase the Streets of London Pack £2,000
+2 A, +2 S
+1 L
Ram's Kukri 3 3 1 3 Purchase the Streets of London Pack £2,000
+
Vorpal Kukri 7 9 4 10 Purchase the Victorian Legends Pack £7,000
+4 A, +2 S,
+3 L
Obsidian Kukri 10 10 5 11 Complete all The Last Maharaja missions £10,000
+3 A, +1 S,
+2 L

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