Biographical information
Name Doyle
Title Commissioner Doyle
Occupation Scotland Yard Officer
Age Unspecified - presumed late 20's to 30s
Status Alive
Inspiration / Based on Arthur Conan Doyle (writer)
Physical description
Eye color Blue
Hair color Black
Gender ♂ Male
Ethnicity Caucasian
Nationality Unspecified - possibly Scottish
Race Human / Mortal
Career and family information
Affiliation(s) Scotland Yard

The Order

Family Unspecified
Series information
Appearance(s) The Order: 1886
Voiced by Steve Brand
Motion capture Steve Brand

Commissioner Doyle is a Scotland Yard officer briefly seen in The Order: 1886. He only appears during one cut-scene in Once a Knight, where he and Sebastien Malory have a short conversation about seemingly unconnected acts of violence (The Ripper murders and the Lycan rampage) occurring in Whitechapel.

Later in the game, he is referenced by Alastair D'Argyll. The Commissioner had investigated a fire at the United India Company's docks, which he affirmed as a case of arson.

Trivia Edit

  • The character is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, there are also few references to the character of Sherlock Holmes (the expressions "Elementary" and "My dear ...").

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