Jack the Ripper - History, Victims, Letters, Suspects.

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As a murderer rather than an assassin, she can strike before her victim. However, she can only unconditionally take the first strike at night. During the day, a luck roll is required. Jack the Ripper's victims are believed to have all been attacked while off-guard.

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It is commonly accepted by the experts on the case that none of the letterspurported to have been written by the Ripper were in fact written by him. Aletter dated September 25 and received on the twenty-seventh by the CentralNews agency was the first to be signed "Jack the Ripper". A postcard postmarked October 1 followed. Because it referred to a "double event" the policethought it might be from the killer since it was posted the day after theRipper killed two women. The post card also referred to the letter and musthave come from the same source as the letter had not been released to thepublic yet. If the post card had been sent on September 30, the day of the"double event", instead of October 1, the likelihood that it was reallywritten by the murderer would be significantly greater. The WhitechapelMurderer may have written the letter/post card but there is no evidence tosuppose that he did and the police seem convinced that they were the work ofa journalist. A recently discovered document states that a journalist fromthe Central News agency, Tom Bulling, was the writer.

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This is a brief review of the Jack the Ripper murders that occurred in Londonmore than a hundred years ago. Much of the original evidence gathered at thetime has been lost, and many "facts" are actually opinions by the variouswriters who have written about the case during the past century. Many aspectsof the case are therefore contested, and so what follows is a summation of thecase in general. There are many books available to the student of crime whowishes to grapple with the many mysteries associated with the case.

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Besides these five there are good reasons to believe that the first victimwas really Martha Tabram who was murdered Tuesday, August 7, 1888, and thereare important considerations for questioning whether Stride was a Rippervictim. As to the actual number of women that the Ripper killed, PhilipSugden wrote in his excellent book, The Complete History of Jack the Ripper,"There is no simple answer. In a sentence: at least four, probably six, justpossibly eight."

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One other letter may have been written by the killer. In mid-October a smallparcel was sent to George Lusk, who was head of a vigilance committee inWhitechapel. Inside was half a human kidney and a letter from someoneclaiming to be the killer, and that it was part of the kidney he removed fromthe victim Eddowes. It is impossible to know for sure if the Ripper reallydid send it. Most of the arguments in favor of it being from Jack have beenbased on inaccurate information and the myths rather than the factssurrounding the case. However, Eddowes did suffer from Bright's disease andthe description of the kidney does match what a Bright's disease kidneywould look like.

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After killing several women, she was given the name "Jack the Ripper," and rejoiced at having been given a name that she had been denied for so long. However, even they themselves do not know for certain whether or not they were “Jack the Ripper”. After all, they are an amalgamation of evil spirits, so their memories are always vague and, even if they remember having killed prostitutes, it’s uncertain who exactly they killed. What they kill as Assassin is not a specific individual, but rather the society that killed them, and the strong emotions they carry cannot be understood by any other hero, making them beyond salvation. Eventually, a magus discovered that the culprit of the bizarre killings was of a magical nature and extinguished her.

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As a child that was never loved, she strongly seeking out for love. Regardless of whatever the is male or female, she will probably demand his/her love as a "mother". While there is no problem in responding to that love, she might intend to sneak into your abdomen. Considering that, the compatibility between Jack and their former master was pretty much the absolute worst possible—or rather, perhaps it is better to say that all magi have the worst compatibility with Jack. is the only Master that is compatible with the existence known as Jack. While she fawns over her wounded Mother, Reika Rikudou, she easily turns cold and maims her proper Master, Sagara Hyouma, with ease before returning to her concerned filled expressions towards Reika. After casually devouring him, she turns childishly bashful and asks Reika to pat her head. Despite becoming easily flustered by Reika's question a moment earlier, she can just as easily casually rip out and eat the hearts of loan sharks without any expression. She is extremely affectionate and childlike towards her Mother, but cruel and ruthless towards others.