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London, England
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The London Eye
Language(s) Spoken: English
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London is the capital city of England, UK. London is also the home to English lawyer Bridget Bailey.

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Graphic Novel:Sum Quod Sum, Part 1

Elle goes to London to "study abroad," but recognizes she is being watched. She locates Claude at the top of the London Eye, chases him through the city, and they both collapse in a heap when Elle's lightning mixes with the rain.

Graphic Novel:Sum Quod Sum, Part 2

In London, Lee and Abigail help Claude and Elle return to their flat. Claude agrees to help Elle, and takes her to the Globe Theatre, where Shakespeare's Hamlet is being performed.

Later, Elle has returned to the flat's bathhouse and is relaxing in a hot tub when Abigail steps in, only to be shocked by the water. After a disagreement with Abigail due to the shock, Abigail and Lee ask Elle to leave, and she does so, despite Claude's attempt to persuade her to stay.

Graphic Novel:Rebellion, Part 3

Micah says that he found government operations in Melbourne working to round up "specials". West and Sparrow fly there and arrive at Lee and Abigail's apartment. They work with Abigail and Claude to try to save Lee, and then leave.

Send in the Clones

Micah's message denouncing Erica Kravid and Renautas is broadcasted on screens all over the world, including at Piccadilly Circus in London.

Heroes Evolutions

Bridget Bailey, an English lawyer, lived in London. She worked as an agent for the Company for some time.

Posts on Evs Dropper's blog indicate that Task Force KS6 lands in London with the intent to eliminate Fallon's Kill Squad. They are unsuccessful.

iStory

In chapter 1 of Operation Splinter in the iStory, Jeremy Woo informs the Primatech contracted player that Primatech formed a new team called Task Force KS6 who were assigned to track down and eliminate the rogue squad. KS6 was prepared to take down the Kill Squad during their assault on Elle, but an unknown third party interfered and killed one of the Kill Squad's men and KS6 backed off.

The same Primatech contracted player is then sent to Swift Rentals to learn info. about the rented van that exploded in the incident, and a local police station to see what information they collected on the incident. The player is then directed to an apartment tower where Lloyd Collins has an apartment, and Primatech has a safe house that the Kill Squad is suspected of using. The player disables a second bomb out front and gathers intel about the squad's next mission via photos taken with the player's cell phone. A gunfight ensues between the player and an unknown person, but that person escapes. Jeremy later collects the information off the player's cell while visiting the player's hotel room.

In chapter 1 of Operation Bad Blood in the iStory, Priscilla Van Cleef informs the Pinehearst contracted player that Pinehearst agents had approached Elle in London, and were responsible for blowing up one of the Kill Squad's rented vans, which stopped the Kill Squad's assault on Elle. Pinehearst agents followed an injured squad member to an underground clinic, and the player goes there to infiltrate the Kill Squad. The player discovers the squad member is Lloyd Collins, and follows Lloyd's orders to recover a video file from a Primatech warehouse. The player delivers the video to Lloyd back at the clinic, helps him to a taxi, and then heads to an apartment tower the Kill Squad used as a safe house.

Per Lloyd's instructions, the same Pinehearst contracted player sets a bomb to go off outside the apartment tower building, and then uses the time before the bomb is supposed to go off to investigate Lloyd's apartment or the safe house inside the building. The player gathers intel about the squad's next mission, and then gets into a gunfight with an unknown assailant that has disabled the bomb. The player is able to escape and reports back the incident to Lloyd by phone.

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World Locations edit
U.S. Locations

Arlington, VAAustin, TXBaltimore, MDBaudelaire, FLBozeman, MTCainan, GACarbondale, ILChicago, ILColorado Springs, COCook Lake, VACosta Verde, CADallas, TXFort Lee, NJHartsdale, NYHyde Park, NYKermit, TXLake Mead, NVLas Vegas, NVLawrence, KSLong Beach, CALos Angeles, CAMemphis, TXMiami, FLMidian, COMidland, TXNevada desertNewark, NJNew Orleans, LANew York, NYOdessa, TXPhiladelphia, PAPort Washington, NYPoughkeepsie, NYPrimm, NV‎Richmond, VARochester, NYRussellville, AR‎San Jose, CASearsmont, MESt. Louis, MOTappen, NJUtahVirginia Beach, VAWashington, DC

International Locations

AngolaArctic CircleBerlin, GermanyBotswanaCairo, EgyptCanadaChennai, IndiaCoatepeque, GuatemalaCork, IrelandEnglandHaitiJapanKanyakumari, IndiaKiso Mountain, JapanLake Ramsey, ONLima, PeruLondon, EnglandMexicoMontréal, QCMoscow, RussiaNew Delhi, IndiaOdessa, UkraineOtsu, JapanParis, FrancePátzcuaro, MexicoPort-au-Prince, HaitiSaint-Félicien, QCSan Cristóbal, HondurasSanto Domingo, Dominican RepublicSt. Pierre, QCTokyo, JapanYanqing, ChinaZulia, Venezuela

See Also: PlacesGraphic Novel Locations